FK Tekstilac Derventa

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Full name Fudbalski Klub Tekstilac Derventa
Nickname(s) Krojači (The Tailors)
Founded 1919
Ground Gradski stadion F.K. "Tekstilac"
Ground Capacity 1500
Chairman Bosnia and Herzegovina Vlado Bijelić
Manager Bosnia and Herzegovina Zoran Dragišić
League First League of Republika Srpska
2015–16 First League of Republika Srpska, 3rd
Website Club home page

Fudbalski Klub Tekstilac Derventa (Cyrillic: Фудбалски Клуб Teкcтилaц Дepвeнтa) is a football club from the town of Derventa, in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The club competes in the Republika Srpska First League.[1]


Former players of Tekstilac Derventa: Alija Vejzović, Nezir Crnčević and Ramo Slomić

The first football club in Derventa before World War II was FK Dečko which was formed before FK Tekstilac. After World War II FK Dečko merged into FK Tekstilac Derventa.

In the long and rich history of FK Tekstilac Derventa, the teams which played between 1960 and 1968 will be remembered as one of the most talented and the best. The creator and leader of this brilliant team was the legendary attacker Faruk Tarabar. He had plenty football experience and excellent pedagogical skills. He managed to compose the talent and skill of that excellent Tekstilac generation.

Those teams brought lots of fans to the stadium to cheer for FK Tekstilac. Fans came to games in big numbers and players of Tekstilac gave them unforgettable times in that period.

The old badge, used in 1980's until the end of the 1991–1992 season.

Lots of fans still remember, and they will not forget, the start of the series in 1966/67 when Tekstilac, in the first tree matches, beat first team of FK Radnik Bijeljina with 5:0, then in next game they did the same thing to team of NK Zvijezda Gradačac (also they beat them 5:0), and in third match Tekstilac beat FK Budućnost Banovići in Banovići with 5:1.

Unfortunately, many of the players and member of the board of directors are not alive today, like Nikica Sirovina, Faruk Tarabar, Haso Kapetanović, Kemal "Spazo" Buzadžić, Nezir "Benco" Crnčević. Many of them also were refugees from Derventa: Ramo Slomić, Alija Vejzović and Mesud Jegić who all live in Sweden today. Emin Nakić and Pavek are in United States, Zvonko Bošnjak, Suljko and others are in Germany.

From other generations there was Branko Janković as a multi-talented player of both Handball (RK Derventa) and football (Tekstilac).[1]


Current squad[edit]

As of 24 August 2016.[2]

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

No. Position Player
1 Bosnia and Herzegovina GK Dejan Plisnić (captain)
2 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Dušan Marić
3 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Marko Rastović
4 Serbia DF Dragan Jolović
5 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Aleksandar Kovač
6 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Saša Đuričić
7 Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Milan Brković
8 Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Bojan Kremenović
9 Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Saša Stijepić
10 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Srboljub Jandrić
11 Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Igor Susaković
No. Position Player
12 Bosnia and Herzegovina GK Duško Pećić
13 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Dejan Ćorić
14 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Vladanko Komlenović
15 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Dejan Đekić
16 Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Zlatko Duspara
17 Bosnia and Herzegovina FW David Gatarić
18 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Siniša Simić
19 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Suzan Brković
21 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Benjamin Vugdalić
Bosnia and Herzegovina GK Davor Kovačević

Players with dual citizenship[edit]

Coaching staff[edit]

Position Staff
Manager Bosnia and Herzegovina Zoran Dragišić
Assistant manager Bosnia and Herzegovina Senad Smajić
Goalkeeping coach Bosnia and Herzegovina Senad Smajić
Youth coach Bosnia and Herzegovina Nusret Vejzović
Youth coach Bosnia and Herzegovina Slađan Radanović
Youth coach Bosnia and Herzegovina Slobodan Boban Kovačević
FK Tekstilac Derventa Academy coach Bosnia and Herzegovina Dejan Pijetlović

Last updated: 20 June 2013
Source: FK Tekstilac Derventa official website

Former Coaches[edit]