NK Bosna Visoko
|Full name||Nogometni Klub Bosna Visoko|
|Nickname(s)||Faraoni (The Pharaohs)|
, after merging|
Jadran (1923) and Radnički (1934)
|League||First League of FBiH|
|2014–15||Second League of FBiH, 1st (promoted)|
NK Bosna was founded in 1953 in the city of Visoko with the merging of local sides NK Jadran (1923) and NK Radnički (1934) into a single club. After spending a decade in the third-tier, the club got promoted to the Yugoslav Second League in 1963, which was the club's biggest achievement in Yugoslavia.
After years in the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina, NK Bosna was relegated and is active in the Second League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
On 5 August 2014 NK Bosna and FK Sarajevo signed a cooperation agreement by which Sarajevo will loan its talented youngsters to the Visoko-based side and will have first-buy rights on all NK Bosna players. By signing this agreement Bosna de facto became Sarajevo's farm team. The agreement was signed by Adis Hajlovac and Mirza Laletović on behalf of Bosna, and Abdulah Ibraković on behalf of Sarajevo.
- First League of Bosnia and Herzegovina:
- Winners (1): 1997–98
- Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Cup:
- Winners (1): 1998–99
- Super Cup of Bosnia and Herzegovina:
- Winners (1): 1999
- "Saradnja NK Bosna Visoko i FK Sarajevo" [Cooperation between NK Bosna Visoko and FK Sarajevo] (in Bosnian). Nkbosna.ba. Retrieved 2014-03-17.
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