RFK Grafičar Beograd (Serbian Cyrillic: ФК Графичар Београд) is a football club based in Belgrade, Serbia.
Grafičar has a reputation as an old traditional Belgrade club. Initially, it was financed by the printing industry of major city publishers of books, magazines and newspappers. The club is currently competing in Serbian First League, the second tier of Serbian football. In 2017, Grafičar became affiliated with Red Star Belgrade. As the feeder team, its primary role is developing Red Star's young players.
It is located in Belgrade's suburb called Senjak. The club colour is purple (violet), which is why their fans are called Violet Boys.
Some of the club most notable former players are Goran Bunjevčević, Đorđe Svetličić, Željko Kolić, Dragan Pantelić, Nikola Stančić, Nemanja Vučićević, László Köteles, Milutin Sredojević, Nikola Cvetković, Nikola Jurišić, Vladimir Rodić. Boris Sekulić who became Slovak international, played in the club in season 2009–10.
As of 20 September 2020Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.