NK Vitez

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NK Vitez
NK Vitez logo.png
Full name Nogometni klub Vitez
Nickname(s) Vitezovi (Knights)
Founded 1947; 71 years ago (1947)
Ground Gradski stadion, Vitez
Ground Capacity 3,000
Chairman Slaven Garić
Manager Ivica Bonić
League First League FBiH
2017–18 Premier League BiH, 12th (relegated)

NK Vitez is football club based in Vitez, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The club plays in the First League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The club's crest has the sword in front of a football ball. It also features the year when the club was established.

History[edit]

The club was established after the second World War in 1947 under the name of Radnik. Aside of that name, it was also once called Sloga, but from 1954 it has the name Vitez. Two times, they also had the name of the sponsor along their club name. In 2004 they were called NK Vitez FIS[1] and in 2009 they were called NK Ecos Vitez. The first ever president of the club was Petar Paar.

Current squad[edit]

As of 12 February, 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 Bosnia and Herzegovina GK Ivan Tirić
2 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Ivan Stanić
3 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Slavko Brekalo
4 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Toni Tipurić
7 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Ivan Livaja (captain)
11 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Đorđe Ćosić (on loan from Zrinjski Mostar)
13 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Luka Miletić
15 Croatia DF Zvonimir Vukoja
16 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Ivan Mamić
18 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Petar Bojo
19 Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Selmin Đogić
20 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Josip Šantić
21 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Marin Vranjić
No. Position Player
23 Bosnia and Herzegovina GK Jurica Badrov
25 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Marko Franjić
40 Bosnia and Herzegovina GK Emir Ćutahija
TBD Croatia DF Leopold Novak
TBD Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Vedran Vrhovac
TBD Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Safet Šivšić
TBD Serbia DF Marko Jevtić
TBD Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Mirza Rizvanović
TBD Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Adis Hadžanović
TBD Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Aleksandar Ilić
TBD Serbia MF Dejan Babić
TBD Croatia FW Tomislav Ivičić
TBD Germany FW Amer Halilić (on loan from Korona Kielce)

Notable former coaches[edit]

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