FC Split Tommy

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Split Tommy
Full nameMalonogometni klub Split Tommy
Founded1985
GroundArena Gripe,
Split, Croatia
Capacity2,500
ChairmanCroatia Ivo Zoković
ManagerCroatia Marinko Mavrović
League1.HMNL

Malonogometni klub Split Tommy, previously known as MNK Split Brodosplit Inženjering, is a futsal club based in Split, Croatia.

Honours[edit]

Croatian League:

  • 1996/97
  • 2000/01
  • 2001/02
  • 2002/03
  • 2003/04
  • 2005/06
  • 2010/11
  • 2011/12

Croatian Futsal Cup:

  • 2000/01
  • 2001/02
  • 2002/03
  • 2004/05
  • 2005/06
  • 2010/11
  • 2011/12
  • 2013/14
  • 2015/16

UEFA Club Competitions Record[edit]

UEFA Futsal Cup[edit]

Season Competition Round Country Opponent Result Venue
2001/02 UEFA Futsal Cup Qualifying Round Belarus Simurg Minsk 7–0 Split
Greece Doukas 3–0 Split
Lithuania FK Inkaras 3–1 Split
Final Round Italy BNL Roma 2–0 Lisbon
Portugal Sporting CP 0–0 Lisbon
Bosnia and Herzegovina Kaskada Granica 6–2 Lisbon
Semifinal Belgium Action 21 3–7 Lisbon
2002/03 UEFA Futsal Cup First Round Netherlands De Hommel 3–1
Czech Republic Jistebnik 4–1
Second Round Spain Interviú 1–13 Charleroi
Russia Norilsky Nickel 3–4 Charleroi
Belgium Action 21 0–4 Charleroi
2003/04 UEFA Futsal Cup First Round Finland Golden FT 9–0
Romania Odorheiu 5–1
Belarus Dorozhnik Minsk 5–2
Second Round Belgium Action 21 0–6
Portugal Benfica 0–7
Italy Prato 1–2
2004/05 UEFA Futsal Cup First Round Kazakhstan Kairat 0–5 Skopje
Belarus Dorozhnik Minsk 4–4 Skopje
North Macedonia KMF Skopje 4–3 Skopje
2006/07 UEFA Futsal Cup Main Round Azerbaijan Araz Naxçivan 3–5 Split
Sweden Skövde 5–1 Split
Greece Athina 90 6–3 Split
Elite Round Italy Arzignano Grifo 3–5 Verona
Spain Interviú 0–6 Verona
Czech Republic Jistebník 5–1 Verona
2011/12 UEFA Futsal Cup Main Round Romania City'us 1–4 Târgu Mureş
Italy Marca Futsal 1–4 Târgu Mureş
Finland Ilves 4–2 Târgu Mureş

Players[edit]

  • Croatia Žarko Luketin
  • Croatia Nikola Čizmić
  • Croatia Luka Pavlović
  • Croatia Filip Kosor
  • Croatia Jakov Hrstić
  • Croatia Toni Rendić
  • Croatia Duje Vladović
  • Croatia Alen Marić
  • Croatia Luka Tešija
  • Croatia Dario Marinović
  • Croatia Josip Suton
  • Croatia North Macedonia Toni Kirevski
  • Croatia Josip Jurlina
  • Croatia Ante Ćorluka
  • Croatia Božo Sučić
  • Croatia Antonio Sekulić
  • Croatia Vicko Radić
  • Brazil Genário Benício Peixoto

Notable former players[edit]

Famous players[edit]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]