NK Triglav Kranj

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Triglav Kranj
NK Triglav Kranj.svg
Full nameNogometni klub Triglav Kranj
Nickname(s)Orli (The Eagles)
Bordo-beli (The Burgundy-Whites)
Founded1920; 99 years ago (1920)[1][2][3]
(as SK Korotan)
1997; 22 years ago (1997)
(refounded)[4]
GroundStanko Mlakar Stadium
Capacity2,060
PresidentBeno Fekonja
Head CoachDejan Dončić
LeagueSlovenian PrvaLiga
2018–19Slovenian PrvaLiga, 8th
WebsiteClub website

Nogometni klub Triglav Kranj (Triglav Kranj Football Club), commonly referred to as NK Triglav Kranj or simply Triglav, is a Slovenian football club from Kranj. The team currently plays in the Slovenian PrvaLiga. The club was founded in 1920.[1] In the mid-1990s, the club merged with NK Naklo and was re-established under the current name Triglav Kranj.[2]

Name changes[edit]

  • 1920: Formed as SK Korotan
  • 1937: Renamed SK Kranj
  • 1945: Renamed Storžič
  • 1947: Renamed Udarnik
  • 1949: Renamed Korotan
  • 1955: Renamed Triglav
  • 1994: Renamed Triglav Creina
  • 1997: Re-established as Triglav Kranj[4]

Current squad[edit]

As of 4 September 2019 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
4 Kosovo DF Veron Šalja
5 Croatia DF Tin Karamatić
7 Slovenia FW Anis Jasaragic
8 Slovenia MF Marko Gajić
9 Slovenia FW Tom Žurga
10 Spain FW Victor Aliaga
11 Slovenia FW Qëndrim Hasanaj
13 Slovenia GK Jalen Arko
14 Slovenia DF Kristjan Arh Česen
16 Slovenia MF Gašper Udovič
17 Slovenia MF Tilen Mlakar
18 Slovenia DF Tevž Pokorn
21 Slovenia MF Žan Rogelj
No. Position Player
22 Slovenia MF Egzon Kryeziu
23 Slovenia DF Žan Kumer
28 Serbia DF Milan Milanović
43 Slovenia MF David Tijanić
44 Slovenia FW Gaber Petric
54 Slovenia GK Luka Čadež
70 Slovenia MF Aleš Mertelj
77 Slovenia MF Ožbej Kuhar
88 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Elvedin Heric
99 Slovenia FW Luka Majcen
Serbia MF Goran Brkić (on loan from Olimpija Ljubljana)
Slovenia MF Maks Gantar
Serbia MF Filip Janković

Honours[edit]

League

1950, 1951
1997–98, 2000–01, 2016–17

Cup

1983–84
  • MNZG-Kranj Cup: 11[a]
1991–92, 1996–97, 1999–2000, 2000–01, 2003–04, 2006–07, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2014–15, 2015–16, 2016–17
  1. ^ Incomplete; full data for seasons before 2005–06 is missing.

League history[edit]

Season League Position
1991–92 2. SNL 2nd
1992–93 2. SNL 5th
1993–94 2. SNL 15th
1994–95 3. SNL – West 4th
1995–96 3. SNL – West 3rd
1996–97
1996–97
2. SNL
3. SNL – West[a]
11th
8th
1997–98 2. SNL 1st
1998–99 1. SNL 12th
1999–2000 2. SNL 9th
2000–01 2. SNL 1st
2001–02 1. SNL 11th
2002–03 2. SNL 8th
2003–04 2. SNL 9th
2004–05 2. SNL 8th
2005–06 2. SNL 3rd
2006–07 2. SNL 4th
2007–08 2. SNL 9th
2008–09 2. SNL 3rd
2009–10 2. SNL 2nd
2010–11 1. SNL 7th
2011–12 1. SNL 9th
2012–13 1. SNL 8th
2013–14 1. SNL 10th
2014–15 2. SNL 6th
2015–16 2. SNL 4th
2016–17 2. SNL 1st
2017–18 1. SNL 9th
2018–19 1. SNL 8th
  1. ^ Triglav started the season in the Slovenian Third League. During the winter break, Triglav merged with NK Naklo, who was a member of the Slovenian Second League. In the second half of the season, a team named Triglav Naklo competed in the Second League, while a team named Naklo Triglav competed in the Third League.
    In the next season, re-established Triglav Kranj took Triglav Naklo's place in the Second League, while Naklo Triglav played in the Third League.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "NK Triglav Kranj". Soccerway.com. Retrieved 28 May 2017.
  2. ^ a b T.D.L. (4 December 2014). "Sto let vzponov in padcev Triglava iz Kranja". SNPortal.si. Retrieved 28 May 2017.
  3. ^ "Zlati in srebrni jubilej nogometa na Gorenjskem" (PDF). Gorenjski Glas. Retrieved 28 May 2017.
  4. ^ a b "Klubi" [Clubs] (in Slovenian). Football Association of Slovenia. Retrieved 29 July 2016.

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