RK Bosna Sarajevo

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USD RK Bosna Sarajevo
Club Name Univerzitetsko sportsko društvo
Rukometni klub Bosna Sarajevo
Logo
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Founded 1948.
Ground Dvorana Mirza Delibašić
Olympic Hall Zetra
Capacity 6.500
12.000
Club colours             
Chairman
Manager Zuhdija Korkarić

RK Bosna Sarajevo is a team handball club based in Centar Municipality, Sarajevo Canton, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is part of the USD Bosna organization.

Home games are played in the Mala dvorana Mirza Delibašić KSC Skenderija, Olimpijska dvorana Ramiz Salčin Mojmilo in Novi Grad and the Velika dvorana Mirza Delibašić KSC Skenderija is used when the club is playing more important matches. The club competes in the Handball Championship of Bosnia and Herzegovina and has been dominating the league in the last couple of years, being totally superior the other teams. The good results has given the club an opportunity to play in the best European handball tournaments. RK Bosna Sarajevo has been a participant of the EHF Champions League three years in a row but without any notable results.

Their most impressive result was achieved in the 2006-2007 season, after being eliminated in the EHF Champions League they got the chance to play in the EHF Cup Winner's Cup. RK Bosna Sarajevo reached the semifinals but were eliminated by the German side HSV Handball.

Accomplishments[edit]

2016-17 Team[edit]

Nr. Name Nationality
1 Marko Dramac Bosnia and Herzegovina
3 Eldin Travančić Bosnia and Herzegovina
5 Armin Gušić Bosnia and Herzegovina
7 Tarik Balta Bosnia and Herzegovina
8 Adis Džubur Bosnia and Herzegovina
9 Emir Rahimić Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sakib Omerović Bosnia and Herzegovina
10 Muhamed Čavčić Bosnia and Herzegovina
13 Adnan Balta Bosnia and Herzegovina
16 Jane Cvetkovski Republic of Macedonia
17 Emir Huseinbegović Bosnia and Herzegovina
19 Zlatan Čakal Bosnia and Herzegovina
21 Tarik Alibegović Bosnia and Herzegovina
Haris Lingo Bosnia and Herzegovina
22 Ermin Halilović Bosnia and Herzegovina
Elvir Selimović Bosnia and Herzegovina
Semir Memić Bosnia and Herzegovina
26 Haris Bračković Bosnia and Herzegovina
30 Martino Kordić Bosnia and Herzegovina
33 Adis Hrbat Bosnia and Herzegovina
Armin Hećimović Bosnia and Herzegovina
Jasmin Hušić Bosnia and Herzegovina
Almir Osmanhodžić Bosnia and Herzegovina
Goran Šarenac Bosnia and Herzegovina
Mahir Burić Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sidik Omerović Bosnia and Herzegovina

Records 2012–2016[edit]

Managerial history[edit]

Chairman's history[edit]

Directors[edit]

Kit[edit]

Recent finishes and attendance[edit]

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