RK Borac Banja Luka

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RK Borac
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Full name Rukometni klub Borac Banja Luka
Founded 1950
Arena JUSC Borik, Banja Luka
Capacity 5,000
President Bosnia and Herzegovina Milan Radović
Head coach Montenegro Ratko Đurković
League Handball League of Bosnia and Herzegovina
2014–15 1st
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Rukometni klub Borac Banjaluka (Serbian Cyrillic: Рукометни клуб Бopaц Бања Лука) is a handball club from Banja Luka, Republika 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 Republika Srpska twelve times between 1993 and 2013. 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, Mile Kekerović, Zlatko Jančić. Coach: Pero Janjić.

Accomplishments[edit]

Domestic[edit]

Yugoslavia – 17
Bosnia and Herzegovina – 8
Republika Srpska (Regional championship) – 20

European[edit]

European titles – 2

2015-16 Team[edit]

Nr. Name Nationality
01 Damir Efendić Bosnia and Herzegovina
03 Stefan Janković Bosnia and Herzegovina
08 Davorin Vujović Serbia
09 Luka Telen Bosnia and Herzegovina
11 Srđan Mijatović Bosnia and Herzegovina
12 Tibor Ivanišević Serbia
13 Arsenije Bubić Bosnia and Herzegovina
14 Mirko Mikić Bosnia and Herzegovina
15 Miloš Nježić Bosnia and Herzegovina
16 Jasmin Hušić Bosnia and Herzegovina
Arman Beširević Bosnia and Herzegovina
21 Branislav Obradović Bosnia and Herzegovina
22 Stanko Stanković Bosnia and Herzegovina
23 Srđan Trivundža Bosnia and Herzegovina
25 Đorđe Ćelić Bosnia and Herzegovina
26 Dean Šešić Bosnia and Herzegovina
29 Ivan Dumenčić Croatia
31 Marko Ćeranić Bosnia and Herzegovina
36 Ratko Nikolić Serbia
44 Dominik Smojver Croatia
46 Nikola Milošević Serbia
64 Milan Glumičić Bosnia and Herzegovina
77 Boris Šekarić Montenegro

Coaching staff[edit]

Position Staff
Manager Boris Dvoršek
Assistant manager/coach Aleksandar Međedović
Fitness coach Borko Petrović
Physiotherapist Nemanja Antonić

Club management[edit]

Position Staff
President Milan Radović
Vice president Marinko Umićević
Director Vladimir Branković
Board members Goran Mandić, Igor Jovanović, Vladimir Blagojević, Željko Vasilić, Savo Kovačević

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
  • Boris Dvoršek
  • Aleksandar Međedović

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