|Full name||Hrvatski Športski Klub Posušje|
|Ground||Mokri Dolac Stadium, Posušje|
|League||Second League of FBiH - North|
HŠK Posušje is a professional association football club based in Posušje that is situated in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The club is best known for winning the First League of Herzeg-Bosnia in 1999 and 2000, the top flight ethnic Croatian league in Bosnia at the time. The club also competed in the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina until 2009.
Currently, Posušje competes in the Second League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Group Center) and plays its home matches at the Mokri Dolac Stadium, which has a capacity of 8,000 seats.
Posušje won the southern group of the Second League of FBiH in the 2017–18 season, going 12 rounds undefeated to start the season. Unfortunately, the club did not gain promotion after losing to FK Goražde in the play-offs.
Previous names of the club have included NK Zidar (from 1950) and NK Boksit (from 1963), with the current name being adopted in the early 1990s.
HŠK Posušje's fans are now known as the Poskoci (Horned Vipers), but were previously known as Torcida. The stadium's name, "Mokri Dolac", means 'Wet Valley'.
- Winners (1): 2017–18 (south)
- Vjeran Simunić
- Dragan Jović
- Boris Gavran
- Ivica Kalinić
- Stanko Mršić
- Stjepan Čordaš
- Albert Pobor
- Darko Dražić
- Boris Bračulj
- Mario Ćutuk
- Mario Knezović
- Leo Slišković
- "HŠK Posušje na pragu ispisivanja povijesti, Glavina zabio za pobjedu". 12 November 2017.
- "Bosnia and Herzegovina 2017–18". rsssf.com.
- NK Posusje Official Fan Website (in Croatian)
|This article about a Bosnia and Herzegovina football club is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|