SFK 2000

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SFK 2000 Sarajevo
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Full name ŽFK SFK 2000 Sarajevo
Founded 18 June 2000; 16 years ago (2000-06-18)
Ground Stadion Otoka
Ground Capacity 5,000
Owner Vincent Tan
Chairman Samira Hurem
Manager Samira Hurem
League Bosnian women's football championship
2014–15 1st
Website www.fksarajevo.ba/bs/sfk-2000%0A%20%20nickname%20=%20Bordo%20dame%20(Maroon%20Ladies)

SFK 2000 Sarajevo (BIH) is a women's football club based in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The club competes in the highest level of women's football in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Bosnian women's football championship. The club was established in June 2000; the name was chosen from a lower-tier men's football club which is now defunct. [1]

Following its foundation, the club quickly won the national championship, and has subsequently dominated women's football in the country, winning 12 consecutive titles. The club has participated in the UEFA Women's Cup from 2003 onwards but never reached the final rounds. In the 2009–10 UEFA Women's Champions League, when the competition was rebranded and reorganized, the side started in the round of 32 but lost to Russia's Zvezda 2005 Perm 8–0 on aggregate. In the next two years the team had to go through the qualifying phase, failing both times, but in the 2012–13 UEFA Women's Champions League they managed to qualify after hosting the qualifying phase in Sarajevo and defeating two clubs which played the round of 32 of the previous season of the Women's champions league.

On 4 July 2015 the club signed an agreement on long-term cooperation with Bosnian men's football club FK Sarajevo, by which SFK 2000 assumed the latter's maroon and white colors, club logo and kit. [2] FK Sarajevo board members will enter the SFK 2000 board, by which the two clubs will de facto function as one. [3]


Domestic Competitions[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 6 October 2016, according to UEFA's website.

Goalkeepers Defenders Midfielders Forwards
01. Bosnia and Herzegovina Edna Masić
12. Bosnia and Herzegovina Almina Hodžić
00 Bosnia and Herzegovina Envera Hasanbegović
02. Bosnia and Herzegovina Alma Jašarević
03. Bosnia and Herzegovina Andrea Grebenar

08. Bosnia and Herzegovina Amira Spahić
16. Bosnia and Herzegovina Azra Numanović
17. Bosnia and Herzegovina Amela Kršo
24. Bosnia and Herzegovina Šejla Selimović
26. Bosnia and Herzegovina Nikolina Dijaković
06. Bosnia and Herzegovina Zerina Piskić
07. Montenegro Jasna Djoković
10. Bosnia and Herzegovina Alisa Spahić
11. Bosnia and Herzegovina Selma Kapetanović
23. Bosnia and Herzegovina Aida Hadžić
25. Bosnia and Herzegovina Anja Limanović

13. Bosnia and Herzegovina Aida Džemidžić
14. Bosnia and Herzegovina Merjema Medić
17. Bosnia and Herzegovina Alma Kamerić
18. Bosnia and Herzegovina Mia Kuljanin
19. Bosnia and Herzegovina Dajana Spasojević
26. Bosnia and Herzegovina Dženita Močević

Former internationals[edit]

Club officials[edit]

Club management[edit]


Current staff
  • Chairman: Samira Hurem
  • Vice-chairman: Anes Salibegović
  • General secretary: Azra Numanović
  • Board chairman: Hajrudin Kapetanović
  • Board member: Kristina Šešlija
  • Board member: Ferid Mušić
  • Board member: Vildana Imamović

UEFA competitions record[edit]

Season Competition Stage Result Opponent
2003–04 Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 0–3 Croatia ZNK Osijek
2–1 Wales Cardiff City
2–3 Kazakhstan Temir Zholy
2004–05 Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 0–4 Switzerland Zuchwil
0–2 Greece Aegina
5–0 Cyprus PAOK Ledra
2005–06 Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 0–3 Russia Lada Togliatti
1–0 Slovenia Krka Novo Mesto
1–0 Slovakia PVFA Bratislava
2006–07 Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 0–1 Italy Fiammamonza
1–1 Lithuania Gintra Universitetas
1–0 Belarus Universitet Vitebsk
2007–08 Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 2–1 Republic of Macedonia Skiponjat
2–0 Slovakia Slovan Duslo Sala
0–7 France Olympique Lyon
2008–09 Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 0–0 Republic of Ireland Galway
2–3 Switzerland Zürich
1–2 Belarus Universitet Vitebsk
2009–10 Champions League Round of 32 0–3 H, 0–5 A Russia Zvezda Perm
2010–11 Champions League Qualifying Stage 1–6 Cyprus Apollon Limassol
1–3 Israel ASA Tel Aviv
0–1 Sweden Umeå
2011–12 Champions League Qualifying Stage 1–3 Romania Olimpia Cluj
4–1 Turkey Ataşehir
2–1 Lithuania Gintra Universitetas
2012–13 Champions League Qualifying Stage 4–0 Republic of Ireland Peamount United
1–0 Wales Cardiff
1–1 Israel ASA Tel Aviv
Round of 32 0–3 H, 3–0 A Czech Republic Sparta Praha
2013–14 Champions League Qualifying Stage 3–0 Wales Cardiff
1–2 Turkey Konak
2–3 Bulgaria Sofia
2014–15 Champions League Qualifying round 0–3 Poland Medyk Konin
7–0 Republic of Macedonia ŽFK Kochani
1–0 Finland Åland United
2015–16 Champions League Qualifying round 5–0 Albania Vllaznia Shkodër
0–3 Belarus FC Minsk
3–1 Turkey Konak Belediyespor
2016–17 Champions League Qualifying round 1–0 Israel Ramat HaSharon
3–0 Latvia Rīgas FS
2–2 Ukraine Zhytlobud Kharkiv


  1. ^ "Žene čuvaju obraz bh. nogometa". scsport.ba. Retrieved 20 December 2011. 
  2. ^ "Zvanično: Nogometašice SFK 2000 postale dio Bordo porodice". sport033.com. Retrieved 4 July 2015. 
  3. ^ "FK Sarajevo i SFK 2000 potpisali Memorandum o razumijevanju". sportsport.ba. Retrieved 4 July 2015. 
  4. ^ "Nova titula za SFK Sarajevo 2000" (in Bosnian). sportsport.ba. 17 April 2016. Retrieved 24 April 2016. 
  5. ^ "SFK 2000 wins tenth cup" (in Bosnian). scsport.ba. 8 May 2013. Retrieved 12 May 2013. 
  6. ^ http://www.fsks.ba/index.php/klubovi-fsks/zenski-fudbalski-klub
  7. ^ "Club officials". Official website. Retrieved 28 July 2016. 

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