|Full name||Nogometni Klub Domžale|
|Nickname(s)||Ravbarji (The Brigands)
Rumeno-modri (The Yellow-Blues)
|Founded||1921(as SK Disk)|
|Ground||Sports Park, Domžale|
|Head Coach||Luka Elsner|
|Website||Club home page|
Nogometni Klub Domžale (English: Domžale Football Club), commonly referred to as NK Domžale or simply Domžale, is a Slovenian football club that plays in the town of Domžale. They have won both the Slovenian League and the Slovenian Supercup twice and the Slovenian Cup once.
NK Domžale was formed in 1921 and is one of the oldest Slovenian football clubs. Their current stadium (Domžale Sports Park) was built in 1948. It was renovated and modernized in 1997 and 1999. Work on the new western stand started in October 2003 and was finished in April 2004. On 29 June 2006 the stadium received reflectors, mounted on 4 concrete towers and strategically placed at each corner of the stadium. There are 120 in total, allowing matches to be played in the evening.
The club's golden age began in summer of 2002, when Slaviša Stojanovič became head coach. He brought Domžale into the 1.SNL. In the 2005–06 season, they advanced through the first two qualifying rounds of the UEFA Cup before being eliminated in the First Round by Stuttgart. They played in the 2006–07 qualifying rounds, but were eliminated by Hapoel Tel Aviv. After a 4–0 away win against Primorje on 13 May, Domžale were confirmed as league champions for the first time. This win makes the club only the fifth to claim the title since the independent league's formation in 1991–92.
There are two main supporting groups for NK Domžale. The first one, the older, is a fan group formed in 1988, which goes by the name of Ravbarji. The second group, formed in late 2006, is an ultras group called the Ultras Domžale.
- Winners (1): 2002–03
As of 26 November 2013 Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Domestic league and cup results
|1992–93||2.SNL||8||29||30||10||9||11||50||54||Round of 16|
|1996–97||2.SNL||7||39||29||11||6||12||40||30||Round of 16|
|1999–2000||1.SNL||9||41||33||11||8||14||50||51||Round of 16|
|2000–01||1.SNL||10||37||33||11||4||18||45||64||Round of 16|
|2001–02||1.SNL||12||16||33||3||7||23||26||75||Round of 16|
|2002–03||2.SNL||1||74||30||23||5||2||81||28||Round of 16|
|2003–04||1.SNL||8||41||32||11||8||13||47||53||Round of 16|
|2006–07||1.SNL||1||75||36||21||12||3||64||29||Round of 16|
|2008–09||1.SNL||5||50||36||12||14||10||44||40||Round of 16|
|2011–12||1.SNL||7||40||36||11||7||18||39||52||Round of 16|
|2012–13||1.SNL||3||60||36||17||9||10||42||34||Round of 16|
|Totals||1.SNL||2 Titles||733||524||199||141||184||713||695||1 Cup|
- *Best results are highlighted.
|Competition||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||Last season played|
|UEFA Champions League||8||4||0||4||10||12||2008–09|
UEFA Europa League
Source: uefa.com, Last updated in 2013
Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against. Defunct competitions indicated in italics.
|QR2||Hapoel Tel Aviv||0–3||2–1||2–4|
|2007–08||Champions League||QR1||KF Tirana||1–0||2–1||3–1|
|2008–09||Champions League||QR1||F91 Dudelange||2–0||1–0||3–0|
|2013–14||Europa League||QR1||Astra Giurgiu||0–1||0–2||0–3|
- As of 25 June 2013 
- Mihailo Petrović (1 July 1999–9 August 2000)
- Slaviša Stojanovič (1 July 2002–17 June 2008)
- Robert Pevnik (18 June 2008–26 October 2008)
- Vlado Badžim (3 November 2008–6 December 2009)
- Darko Birjukov (6 December 2009–31 March 2012)
- Stevan Mojsilović (1 April 2012–18 August 2013)
- Luka Elsner (21 August 2013–)
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