NK Žepče

NK Žepče
Full name Nogometni Klub Žepče
Founded 1919
Ground Žepče Gradski Stadion, Žepče
(Capacity: 4,000)
Chairman Bosnian Vinko Marić
League 1st League of FBiH
2007-08 Premijer Liga, 16th (relegated)
Home colours
Away colours

NK Žepče is a football club from Žepče, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The team was known as NK Zovko Žepče, until 2003, when Limorad became their primary sponsor. Since 2004/2005 season, there are no sponsors in the name.

The club plays in the First League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and is a member of the Football Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The home stadium is called Žepče Gradski Stadion (Žepče City Stadium) with a capacity of 4000. The team's colours are blue and white. The fans of NK Žepče are called CANNIBALS.




European record

Season Competition Round Club Home Away
2005/06 UEFA Cup 1Q Republic of Macedonia FK Baskimi 1-1 0-3

Current squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Bosnia and Herzegovina GK Josip Jurić
Bosnia and Herzegovina GK Adnan Pašić
Croatia GK Nikola Trogrlić
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Darko Corić
Serbia DF Vitomir Jelić
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Dženan Krajisnik
Serbia DF Sasa Zecevic
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Besim Krdžalić
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Senid Kulaš
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Ermin Oruč
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Džemal Sadiković
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Danijel Savić
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Elvis Zigonja
Croatia DF Dario Zovko
Serbia MF Dejan Božović
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Elvedin Branković
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Mladen Cecura
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Ernad Džananović
No. Position Player
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Marko Galić
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Damir Halilović
Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Mirza Hasanović
Montenegro MF Ferid Idrizović
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Boris Ivešić
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Alen Ljevaković
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Eldin Mašić
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Miloš Pejović
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Amar Šabanović
Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Petar Duspara
Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Vahidin Imamović
Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Aladin Isaković
Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Hasan Kesinović
Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Samir Memić
Serbia FW Aleksandar Obrenović

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