NK GOŠK Gabela
|Full name||Gabeoski Omladinski Športski Klub
(Gabela's Youth Sports Club)
|Nickname(s)||Plavi Lavovi (Blue Lions)|
|League||First League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|2012–13||Premijer Liga BiH, 15th|
|Website||Club home page|
GOŠK Gabela is a football team based in Gabela, Čapljina in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The name GOŠK in Croatian means Gabeoski Omladinski Športski Klub (Gabela Youth Sports Club). In season 2010–11, GOŠK won 1st place in First League of FBiH and it promoted to Premier League of BiH, elite football league in BiH.
Their home ground is Podavala (old name Erar) in Gabela which holds about 3,000 people. GNK Dinamo Zagreb donated 5,000 chairs to club.
Their supporters are known as the Blue Lions (Plavi Lavovi). They were founded 2001.
1941–45 the club was dissolved because of World War II. In the 1948. the club is formed again. Club named GOŠK after the recommendations of Milorad Mandrapa in 1958. Under the name GOŠK achieved all the more important results which are competitive Gabela ranked among the most popular sports village in the former Yugoslavia. In Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia GOŠK mostly played in Fourth Unfederal League (Mostar zone) in the seasons (1948–60, 1962–63, 1964–66, 1968–92) and three times in Third League (1961–62, 1963–64, 1966–67).
- 1919–26 — FK Zmaj
- 1926–35 — FK Seljačka Sloga
- 1935–41 — Seljački športski klub (ŠSK)
- 1948–49 — NK Zmaj
- 1949–58 — NK Sloga
- 1958–today — GOŠK Gabela
- As of 17 April 2015
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Places in Leagues and Cups
|1966–67||Yugoslav Third League (Dubrovnik zone) ||12th ↓|
|1963–64||Yugoslav Third League (Mostar zone) ||12th ↓|
|1961–62||Yugoslav Third League (Mostar zone) ||11th ↓|
|2012–13||Premier League of BiH||15th ↓|
|2011–12||Premier League of BiH||13th|
|2010–11||First League of FBiH||1st ↑|
|2009–10||First League of FBiH||7th|
|2008–09||First League of FBiH||6th|
|2007–08||First League of FBiH||2nd|
|2006–07||First League of FBiH||6th|
|2005–06||First League of FBiH||8th|
|2004–05||First League of FBiH||10th|
|2003–04||First League of FBiH||8th|
|2002–03||Second League of FBiH (Center Division)||1st ↑|
|2001–02||Second League of FBiH (Center Division)||?|
|2000–01||First League of FBiH||13th ↓|
|1999–00||First League of Herzeg-Bosnia||10th|
|1998–99||First League of Herzeg-Bosnia||11th|
|1997–98||First League of Herzeg-Bosnia||8th|
|1996–97||First League of Herzeg-Bosnia||8th|
|1995–96||First League of Herzeg-Bosnia||4th|
|1994–95||First League of Herzeg-Bosnia||7th|
|1993–94||First League of Herzeg-Bosnia||4th|
|2012–13||Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Cup||1/4 final|
|2011–12||Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Cup||1/8 final|
|2010–11||Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Cup||1/16 final|
|2008–09||Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Cup||1/8 final|
Cadets and juniors play in Youth League of BiH – South. Unilt pioneers and prior to pioneers play in Youth League of Herzeg-Neretvans county.
Every year since 1986, in Gabela, GOŠK Gabela host a memorial tournament in the name of Andrija Anković in which teams such as GNK Dinamo Zagreb, HNK Hajduk Split, NK Široki Brijeg and HŠK Zrinjski Mostar usually play in.