NK Bigeste Ljubuški

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NK Bigeste Ljubuški
NK Bigeste Ljubuški logo.gif
Full name Nogometni klub Bigeste
Nickname(s) ˝Najveći˝
Founded 2005
Ground Babovac Stadium, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Ground Capacity 4,000
Chairman Bosnia and HerzegovinaDamir Vučić
Manager Bosnia and Herzegovina Damir Vučić
League Druga liga FBiH jug
2011–2012 Druga liga FBiH - Jug, 14th
Website Club home page

NK BIGESTE is a football club from Ljubuški, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The club was established in 2005. Bigeste is named after the Roman camp near Ljubuški. The club plays its games at Babovac Stadium. The club is currently a member of the second division of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina jug after it had successfully completed the league season Međužupanijskoj HBC and WHC in the first place, and play their games at the stadium Babovac in Ljubuski. With seniors Bigeste has juniors and cadets who are competing in a youth league BiH - South, and beginners and pioneers.

LJUBUŠKI football. Founded in 1937 as Ljubuški youth sports club, but he stopped working due to the outbreak of World War II. In 1947 the club was briefly revived under the name Udarnik. Since 1952. There NK Sloga who worked until 1957. The club had success in the zonal leagues and no longer had problems to survive, unlike the previous incarnation. In 1994 the club changed its name to HNK Ljubuški. In the 2000-2001 season, Centers of Herceg-Bosna, including HNK Ljubuški, entered in the Premier League of BiH. After only one season, were relegated to a lower division, first division of the FBiH. In the 2007-08 season. played in another league Federation - South. The team after two games played not disqualified from lige.Tada comes time Bigeste (2005), only four years later (2009) dolatzi activated NK Sloga. The desire unity was to unite two Ljubuški club Bigeste opposed the move, in the future, several players moved to another city club.

Current team[edit]

As of September 2, 2008 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Bosnia and Herzegovina GK Slaven Hrstić (Captain)
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Tino Prusina
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Fabijan Kraljević
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Luka Herceg
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Marko Dodig
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Veselko Vištica
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Filip Markotić
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Ivica Živkušić
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Nikola Granić
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Mateo Kraljević
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Vinko Lauc
Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Mirko Jelčić
Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Antonio Biško
Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Ilija Mišetić

Players out on loan[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Mateo Šimić (NK Sloga Ljubuški)
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Hrvoje Bubalo (NK Osijek)
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Viktor Šiljeg (HŠK Zrinjski Mostar)
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Andrija Petrović (NK Sloga Ljubuški)
No. Position Player
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Andria Petrović (HNK Gorica)
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Josip Hrstić (NK Naftaš HAŠK)
Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Josip Bulić (NK Sloga Ljubuški)
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Luka Herceg (NK Sloga Ljubuški)

Achievements[edit]

2010, 2009
2011, 2012