ŽNK Osijek

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ŽNK Osijek
ZNK Osijek logo.jpg
Full name Ženski nogometni klub
Osijek
Nickname(s) Princess from Mačkamama
Founded 1990
Ground Igralište Mačkamama
Ground Capacity 500
Chairman Gordan Matković
Manager Zvonimir Kolak
League First Division
2013–14 First Division, 1st

ŽNK Osijek is a Croatian women's football based in Osijek. It was founded in 1990 and is the most successful team in Croatian women's football with 18 Croatian championship titles; it has won all editions of the championship except for the 2004-06 seasons. The 2010–11 title was won without dropping a single point in all of their 20 league games; last such success was in the season 2001-02.[1] They also won the Croatian Women's Cup 14 times out of 21 editions.

Titles[edit]

Record in UEFA competitions[edit]

Season Competition Stage Result Opponent Scorers
2002-03
0
0
Women's Cup
0
0
Group stage
0
0
1–3
0–8
0–6
Republic of Ireland Shamrock Rovers
Germany Frankfurt
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mašinac Niš
Koljenik
0
0
2003-04
0
0
Women's Cup
0
0
Qualifying stage
0
0
3–0
2–1
2–4
Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo
Kazakhstan Temir Zholy
Wales Cardiff City
?
?
?
Group stage
0
0
0–10
3–3
0–13
Italy Foroni Verona
Hungary Femina Budapest
Russia Energiya Voronezh
0
Baban, Koljenik, Kozić
0
2007-08
0
0
Women's Cup
0
0
Qualifying stage
0
0
0–7
0–2
2–1
Portugal 1º Dezembro
Belgium Rapide Wezemaal
Wales Cardiff City
0
0
Kolar, Kusar
2008-09
0
0
Women's Cup
0
0
Qualifying stage
0
0
1–3
1–3
1–1
Kazakhstan Alma KTZh
Romania Clujana
Northern Ireland Glentoran
?
Kalamiza
?
2009-10
0
0
Champions League
0
0
Qualifying stage
0
0
1–3
0–9
1–4
England Everton
Norway Team Strømmen
Estonia Levadia Tallinn
 ?
0
?
2010-11
0
0
Champions League
0
0
Qualifying stage
0
0
0–5
1–4
3–5
Russia Rossiyanka
Portugal 1º Dezembro
Republic of Ireland St. Francis
0
Balog
Balog, Joščak, Šalek
2011-12
0
0
Champions League
0
0
Qualifying stage
0
0
1–1
1–0
5–1
Bulgaria NSA Sofia
Belarus Babruyshanka
Northern Ireland Crusaders NS
Šalek
Kalamiza
Joščak 2, Baban, Lojna, Šalek
Round of 32 0-4 0-7 Sweden Kopparbergs/Göteborg
2012-13
0
0
Champions League
0
0
Qualifying stage
0
0
2–3
1–3
11–1
Scotland Glasgow City
Finland PK-35 Vantaa
Moldova Noroc Nimoreni
Kalamiza, Lojna
Andrlić
Joščak 3, Culek 2, Kalamiza 2, Nevrkla 2, Lojna, Šalek
2013-14
0
0
Champions League
0
0
Qualifying stage
0
0
7-0
0-4
1-7
Scotland Glasgow City
Netherlands FC Twente
Malta Birkirkara


Joščak 2, Baban 2, Lojna 3

Current squad[edit]

2012-13 Champions League squad according to UEFA's website. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Croatia GK Natalija Kolarić
2 Croatia DF Dragica Cepernić
3 Croatia MF Mateja Bulut
4 Croatia DF Vanesa Zlosa
7 Croatia MF Kristina Nevrkla
8 Croatia MF Violeta Baban
9 Croatia MF Dušanka Juko
12 Croatia GK Doris Bačić
13 Croatia MF Mateja Andrlić
No. Position Player
15 Croatia DF Ivana Bojčić
16 Croatia FW Martina Šalek
17 Croatia MF Izabela Lojna
19 Croatia FW Maja Joščak
23 Croatia MF Antonija Kojić
24 Croatia DF Marija Turkalj
25 Croatia DF Iva Culek
26 Croatia DF Tamara Laslavić
28 Croatia FW Ana Marija Kalamiza

Former internationals[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kerže, Dragutin (30 May 2011). "Osam golova za stopostotni učinak!". Glas-Slavonije.hr (in Croatian). Retrieved 30 May 2011. 
  2. ^ "ŽNK Osijek osvajačice Kupa i prvenstva Hrvatske (Osijek win 16th cup)" (in Croatian). radio.hrt.hr. 9 June 2014. Retrieved 9 July 2014. 

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