ND Mura 05
|Full name||Nogometno Društvo Mura 05|
Črno-beli (The Black and Whites)
|Founded||16 June 2005|
Nogometno Društvo Mura 05, commonly referred to as ND Mura 05 or simply Mura 05, was a Slovenian football club, from the town of Murska Sobota. The club was established on 16 June 2005. The club's home ground was Fazanerija stadium with a capacity of 3,782 seats. During the summer of 2013 Mura 05 were declared bankrupt and dissolved months after the 2012–13 season, after they have spent two successive seasons in the top division.
ND Mura 05 was founded on 16 June 2005. The club emerged after the dissolution of NK Mura, a club which played in the Slovenian Slovenian PrvaLiga for many years, but went bankrupt and was dissolved in 2004. However, ND Mura 05 is legally not considered to be the successor of NK Mura and the statistics and honours of the two clubs are kept separate by the Football Association of Slovenia and the Association of 1. SNL.
Mura 05 finished the 2010–11 Slovenian Second League on fourth place, behind Aluminij, Interblock and Dravinja. However, all three clubs declined promotion to the Slovenian PrvaLiga due to financial reasons. As the next club on the table Mura 05 received and accepted an invitation to join the top division. Although the main goal of the season was to stay in the top division, Mura 05 exceeded their expectations and finished the 2011–12 Slovenian PrvaLiga in third place, gaining the right to play in the UEFA Europa League in the next season. After the 2012–13 season, the club went into the financial difficulties again and was dissolved. The newly established club used its youth selections to register a team for the 2013–14 season under the name NŠ Mura.
Fazanerija City Stadium (Slovene: Mestni stadion Fazanerija) is a multi-use stadium in Murska Sobota, Slovenia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and was the home ground of ND Mura 05. The stadium was built in 1983 and has a capacity of 3,782 covered seats. With the standing area included the total capacity of the stadium is around 5,500.
In the past, the stadium was used for friendly matches of the Slovenia national football team, which played a total of two matches at the ground. Currently the stadium is used by the Football Association of Slovenia as one of the main venues in Slovenia for hosting the youth tournaments for U17 and U19 national teams.
- Winners (1): 2005–06
- Winners (1): 2008–09
UEFA club competition record
- As of 30 August 2012.
|Competition||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||Last season played|
|UEFA Europa League||8||2||3||3||7||8||2012–13|
|2012–13||UEFA Europa League||QR||Baku||2–0||0–0||2–0|
|QR||CSKA Sofia||0–0||1–1||1–1 (a)|
- Note 1: UEFA awarded Mura 05 a 3–0 win due to Arsenal Kyiv fielding suspended player Éric Matoukou in the first leg. The original match had ended in a 3–0 win for Arsenal Kyiv.
- Edin Osmanović (2007–2008)
- Primoz Gliha (2009–2010)
- Robert Pevnik (2011)
- Ante Šimundža (2011–2012)
- Franc Cifer (interim) (2012)
- Oliver Bogatinov (2012–2013)
- Ante Šimundža (2013)
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