NK Rudeš

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NK Rudeš
NK Rudeš.svg
Full nameNogometni klub Rudeš
Short nameRUD
Founded1957; 62 years ago (1957)
GroundKranjčevićeva
Capacity8,850
ChairmanIvan Knežević
Head coachTomislav Ivković
LeaguePrva HNL
2017–18Prva HNL, 8th
WebsiteClub website

Nogometni Klub Rudeš (English: Football Club Rudeš), commonly referred to as NK Rudeš or simply Rudeš, is a Croatian football club founded in 1957 in Zagreb's neighbourhood of Rudeš. The club competes in Croatia's top division, HT Prva liga, of which they have been members since 2017.

History[edit]

Being a lower league club through most of its history, Rudeš achieved promotion to the Croatian Second Football League in 2009, where it quickly established itself as one of the most stable clubs and a regular top table finisher. In the 2016–17 season, Rudeš clinched the title, earning promotion to the Croatian First Football League for the 2017–18 season.

In May 2017, Rudeš signed a ten-year partnership deal with Spanish club Deportivo Alavés, with Rudeš acting as a feeder club. However, the agreement was terminated after the first year.[1]

Recent seasons[edit]

Season Division P W D L F A Pts Pos Cup Player Goals
League Top goalscorer
1999–00 4. HNL Zagreb 30 10 8 12 52 65 38 10th
2000–01 4. HNL Zagreb 30 11 5 14 56 76 38 9th
2001–02 4. HNL Zagreb 30 9 9 12 48 49 36 10th
2002–03 4. HNL Zagreb 28 21 3 4 56 15 66 1st
2003–04 3. HNL Centre 30 17 11 2 60 24 62 2nd
2004–05 3. HNL Centre 32 18 5 9 54 28 59 2nd R1
2005–06 3. HNL Centre 30 15 4 11 52 39 49 8th
2006–07 3. HNL West 34 15 7 12 49 40 52 5th Marko Tadić 10
2007–08 3. HNL West 34 15 8 11 47 40 53 5th Ivan Zelenika 12
2008–09 3. HNL West 34 22 10 2 63 24 76 1st Igor Raić 28
2009–10 2. HNL 26 10 7 9 38 38 37 7th Igor Raić 13
2010–11 2. HNL 30 15 7 8 52 39 52 4th R1 Marko Tadić 14
2011–12 2. HNL 28 11 8 9 42 33 41 6th R2 Mario Ćubel 10
2012–13 2. HNL 30 14 8 8 47 30 48 3rd Anto Gudelj 11
2013–14 2. HNL 33 14 5 14 45 36 47 4th Miroslav Konopek 11
2014–15 2. HNL 30 10 12 8 36 28 42 4th Four players 4
2015–16 2. HNL 33 12 10 11 50 43 46 5th Ivan Jakov Džoni 8
2016–17 2. HNL 34 17 9 7 43 27 60 1st R2 Tomislav Havojić 9
2017–18 1. HNL 36 10 10 16 41 62 40 8th QF Mario Budimir 13

Current squad[edit]

As of 14 August 2018

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

No. Position Player
1 Croatia GK Dominik Picak
2 Austria DF Mario Lovre Vojković
3 Croatia DF Renato Pantalon (captain)
4 Nigeria DF Erhun Obanor
5 Croatia DF Maksim Oluić
6 Croatia MF Matej Jukić
7 Croatia DF David Lojber
8 Germany MF Robert Mišković
9 Croatia FW Borna Petrović (on loan from Dinamo Zagreb)
10 Croatia MF Tomislav Mrkonjic
11 Croatia MF Mihael Klepač
12 Croatia GK Ivan Banić
13 Croatia DF Josip Filipovic
14 Croatia MF Antonio Boršić
No. Position Player
15 Australia MF Anthony Kalik (on loan from Hajduk Split)
16 Brazil MF Andrey
17 Croatia DF Vinko Soldo (on loan from Dinamo Zagreb)
18 Croatia MF Ivan Tomičić
19 Brazil MF João Erick
21 Brazil FW Wallace
22 Croatia GK Patrik Mohorović
23 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Anes Vazda
24 Croatia DF Ivica Crnogorac
30 Croatia DF Ivica Džolan
France DF Jordan Diakiese
Serbia MF Marko Milenković
Belarus FW Vitaly Lisakovich (on loan from Shakhtyor Soligorsk)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Deportivo Alavés and NK Rudes ends its partnership agreement". Deportivo Alavés. 15 June 2018. Retrieved 28 June 2018.

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