Club

FK Sarajevo (BIH)

Sarajevo Football Club Founded: 1946.
Colors: Maroon, white

Sarajevo football club's history begins with the merge of FC Udarnik and OFC Sloboda in 1946. when Torpedo was founded. As an independent football club, FC Sarajevo exists from 1949. Until the season 1956/57, Sarajevo could be classified in the stable Premiership clubs. In the competing season of 1964/65 Sarajevo won the title of runner-up. In the next season the club succeed to get the champion title of former Yugoslavia, being the first club from Bosnia and Herzegovina to achieve that.

In the season 1984/85 Sarajevo became Yugoslavian champions once again. During that season Sarajevo led a struggle with Hajduk for first place, wining against Crvena Zvezda in the last match of the season.

After the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the early 1990s and the withdrawing of Bosnian teams from the first League of Yugoslavia, Sarajevo FC became first member of the newly formed league of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The team articipated in all championships of Bosnia and Herzegovina which was organized by the FA Bosnia and Herzegovina since 1994. First season was preceded by a match against the selection UNPROFOR in besieged Sarajevo at the stadioum Koševo.

Sarajevo fans are well known as being the most loyal and most numerous fans in Bosnia and Herzegovina and are the only fan group in the country who have their own newsletter, a monthly magazine BORDO FAN, which is distributed free of charge.

Sarajevo FC /  Achievements and trophies/

Yugoslavia Championship: 1966/67, 1984/85

Bosnia and Herzegovina Premijer League:
1998/99, 2006/07, 2014/15

Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Cup:
1996/97, 1997/98, 2001/02, 2004/05, 2013/14

Super Cup of Bosnia and Herzegovina: 1996/97

Greatest achievments in Europe:
- 1/8 finals of the UEFA Champions Cup 1967/68
- 1/8 finals of the UEFA Cup 1982/83
- 1st round of the UEFA CUP 2002/03, 2007/08
- 3rd qualifying round of UEFA Champions league 2007/08
- 4th qualifying round of UEFA European league 2009/10
- Play Off round of UEFA European league 2014/15

Alic Berin
midfield. 2000-01-07

190cm/80kg/right footed

Badic Isak
goalkeeper 2001-01-02

182cm/81kg/right footed

Besic Hamza
left defender 2000-09-27

185cm/63kg/left footed

Bradaric Mirza
defender 2000-02-05

187cm/69kg/right footed

Dargalic Salko
forward 2001-07-16

187cm/70kg/right footed

Dervisagic Kenan
midfield. 2000-07-29

183cm/60kg/right footed

Dizdarevic Belmin
goalkeeper 2001-08-09

184cm/76kg/right footed

Dokanovic Andrej
defender 2001-01-03

170cm/61kg/right footed

Gasal Hamza
forward 2002-12-16

168cm/64kg/left footed

Hasancic Tarik
midfield. 2001-06-23

167cm/50kg/right footed

Imamovic Armin
midfield. 2000-02-17

172cm/72kg/left footed

Islamovic Dino
midfield. 2001-01-23

170cm/66kg/left footed

Jasarevic Amar
forward 2001-05-27

157cm/50kg/left footed

Junuzović Arnes
forward 2000-01-01

190cm/60kg/right footed

Kapetakovic Din
forward 2000-05-09

182cm/65kg/right footed

Lijesnic Drazen
midfield. 2001-03-24

182cm/65kg/right footed

Nikolic Nemanja
forward 2001-02-21

179cm/74kg/right footed

Pijunovic Miladin
defender 2000-01-16

0cm/0kg/right footed

Sabic Muhamed
cent defender 2000-01-13

182cm/74kg/right footed

Sabljica Amar
midfield. 2001-03-10

176cm/72kg/right footed

Sadiku Rijad
defender 2000-01-18

190cm/70kg/right footed

Sahbazovic Kenan
forward 2000-01-03

177cm/72kg/right footed

Salcin Dani
midfield. 2000-03-19

179cm/65kg/left footed

Svjetlakovic Filip
cent defender 2000-03-05

190cm/84kg/right footed

Varesanovic Dal
midfield. 2001-05-23

155cm/40kg/right footed

Hadziosmanovic Ismar
team manager
Hasancic Admir
coach
Puhalovic Semir
physio
Uscuplic Ervin
coach