RK Borac Banja Luka

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RK Borac
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Full name Rukometni klub Borac Banja Luka
Founded 1950
Arena Borik Sports Hall, Banja Luka
Capacity 5,000
President Bosnia and Herzegovina Željko Vasilić
Head coach Bosnia and Herzegovina Igor Rađenović
League Handball League of Bosnia and Herzegovina
2014–15 1st
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Rukometni klub Borac Banjaluka (Serbian Cyrillic: РК Бopaц Бања Лука) is a handball club from Banja Luka, Republic Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is part of the sports society Borac.

The federal league of Yugoslavia was founded in 1957. The handball club Borac became its member and since then was competing in the league until the disintegration of SFR Yugoslavia in 1992. Borac was the champion of SFR Yugoslavia seven times between 1959 and 1981.

In addition, RK Borac Banja Luka had won the Cup of Republic Srpska four times: 1993, 1994, 1996 and 1997. The Cup competition did not take place in 1995 because of war activities.

The following players were crowned the European Champions in 1976: Milorad Karalić, Zdravko Rađenović, Nedeljko Vujinović, Abas Arslanagić, Dobrivoje Selec, Momir Golić, Nebojša Popović, Miro Bjelić, Zoran Ravlić, Boro Golić, Rade Unčanin, Slobodan Vukša. Coach: Pero Janjić.

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2015-16 Team[edit]

Nr. Name Nationality
0 Tibor Ivanišević  Serbia
Damir Efendić  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Jasmin Hušić  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Mladen Bojinović  Serbia
Srđan Trivundža  Bosnia and Herzegovina
0 Nikola Milošević  Serbia
08 Davorin Vujović  Serbia
03 Stefan Janković  Bosnia and Herzegovina
06 Stefan Ćosić  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Antonije Pavić  Serbia
11 Srđan Mijatović  Bosnia and Herzegovina
21 Branislav Obradović  Bosnia and Herzegovina
26 Stanko Stanković  Bosnia and Herzegovina
14 Mirko Mikić  Bosnia and Herzegovina
31 Marko Ćeranić  Bosnia and Herzegovina
10 Dušan Đurić  Serbia
25 Đorđe Ćelić  Bosnia and Herzegovina
36 Ratko Nikolić  Serbia
Boris Šekarić  Montenegro
15 Miloš Nježić  Bosnia and Herzegovina

Famous players[edit]

Former coaches RK Borac[edit]

  • Branko Štrbac
  • Abas Arslanagić
  • Pero Janjić
  • Velimir Petković
  • Josip Glavaš
  • Jovica Cvetković
  • Rade Unčanin
  • Zoran Dokić
  • Branislav Zeljković
  • Draško Budiša
  • Zoran Trninić
  • Stojan Atlagić
  • Bojan Crnomarković
  • Jani Čop
  • Aleksandar Međedović

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