Fudbalski klub Obilić (Serbian Cyrillic: Фудбалски клуб Обилић), commonly known as Obilić Belgrade or simply Obilić, was a Serbian football club based in Vračar, a neighbourhood of Belgrade. Named after medieval Serbian hero Miloš Obilić, a legendary 14th-century knight, the club currently competes in the Third Belgrade league - Group A (three divisions lower than the Belgrade Zone League). In its long history, Obilić Belgrade's most notable success occurred in 1998, when it became only the third club since the breakup of Yugoslavia to win the national league, winning the 1997–98 season. One of the two Belgrade football giants, Red Star Belgrade, former European and World Champion and Partizan, former European vice-champion, have won every other year. Since the 2001–02 season, when it finished in fourth place, Obilić has declined steeply: a club which once competed in European club competitions has been relegated to the lowest tier of the Serbian football league system.