FK Bosna Sarajevo

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FK Bosna
Founded 1947
League Druga Liga
Based in Sarajevo
Stadium Koševo II 3000, capacity
Colors Dark Red, Gold and White
President Suad Alibašić
Head coach Alen Kurt
Manager Danijel Bilajac

Fudbalski Klub Bosna is a football club from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The club was founded in 1947. The club is part of the University Sport Society USD Bosna (Bosnian: Univerzitetsko Sportsko Društvo Bosna), founded same year. This club is one of the oldest in the society.

The club played its first match on December 12, 1947. For the first few years there were competing in the Republic Leagues, though they were folded in 1951. The club managed to compete at national level in the disputed Yugoslav Second League. In 1968–69 the club reached the third place of the Zone South of the Second League. Afterwords the club will be relegated into lower leagues. With the establishment of the BiH League, FK Bosna competed in the second division from the start. It currently stays there, playing in the Second League of BiH Federation. Some of the best and most notable players that played for the club were and worth mentioning were Želimir Vidović, Said Fazlagić, Branislav Petričević, Nijaz Brković, Šener Bajramović, Damir Mirvić and Nijaz Mulahmetović. One of the most famous singers in Bosnia, Muhamed Fazlagić has played for Bosna for several years as a center back. FK Bosna is also known for its youth academy. Nowadays the Youth Academy is headed by Samir Jahić and Senadin Slato.

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