N.K. Kras A.S.D.

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Kras Repen
Club crest
Full name Nogometni Klub – Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica Kras Repen
Founded 1986; 31 years ago (1986)
Ground Stadio comunale di Monrupino[1]
Ground Capacity 1.000
Chairman Goran Kocman
Head Coach Anton Žlogar
League Eccellenza
2014–15 Serie D, 16th
(relegated via play-offs)
Website Club home page

Nogometni Klub Kras Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica is a semiprofessional Italian association football club located in Repen, a village in the comune of Monrupino, Friuli Venezia Giulia. The fanbase of the club is the Slovene community that populate the Friuli Venezia Giulia region.

The owner and main sponsor of the club is the Koimpex company. The president of the club is Goran Kocman and the sporting director is Goran Kocman–whose father, Vojmir Kocman, runs Koimpex.


Kras was founded in 1986, on the basis of the Olimpija club, from Gabrovizza, which played in the Terza Categoria of Italian football. Olimpija then became the Circolo Sportivo Kras in Sgonico, and in 1986 it officially became Football Club Kras.[2] In two seasons, starting in 2004–05, they progressed from the Seconda Categoria on to the Promozione level, where in the 2006–07 season they finished in fourth place.

In 2007–08 the club was coached by former Soviet Union and Belarus international player Sergei Aleinikov. The contact was made due to Koimpex's work with companies in Belarus.[3][4]

Serie D[edit]

The club successively won promotion to Eccellenza in 2008–09.

At the end of 2009-10 Eccellenza season the club was promoted to Serie D for the first time.

The subsequent season was relegated to Eccellenza Friuli – Venezia Giulia, but in the next season was immediately promoted to Serie D for the second time.

Current squad[edit]

As of 22 April 2016. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
12 Italy GK Francesco Zucca
1 Italy GK Luca D'Agnolo
Italy GK Luka Gregori
16 Italy DF Jan Kosuta
Italy DF Patrick Racman
6 Italy DF Stefano Simeoni
2 Slovenia DF Erik Salkic
9 Slovenia DF Luka Spetic
5 Slovenia DF Jan Pahor
13 Italy DF Domenico De Leo
18 Italy DF Mounirou Niang
3 Italy MF Daniel Tomizza
10 Slovenia MF Milan Grujić
No. Position Player
4 Italy MF Marco Facchin
15 Italy MF Leonardo Carlevaris
Morocco MF Marouane Tawgui
Italy MF Luca Vascotto
8 Italy MF Giovanni Sgorbissa
Italy MF Federico Pojani
7 Italy FW Andrea Maio
14 Italy FW Gabriele Petracci
17 Slovenia FW Ivan Kocman
11 Slovenia FW Dino Stancic
Slovenia FW Ziga Smrtnik


  1. ^ [1] – nkkras
  2. ^ NK KRAS – Cenni storici – slosport.org
  3. ^ Sergei Aleinikov – settimanasportiva.it
  4. ^ Article about the presentation of Aleinikov as head coach – slosport.org

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