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Gradina
Full nameOmladinski Fudbalski Klub Gradina Srebrenik
Founded1963
GroundGradski Stadion, Srebrenik
Capacity5,000
ManagerVacant
LeagueFirst League of FBiH
2023–24First League of FBiH, 13th of 16

Omladinski Fudbalski Klub Gradina Srebrenik is a professional association football club from the city of Srebrenik that is situated in the northeastern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The club currently plays in the First League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

History

OFK Gradina was founded in 1953 in a karaoke bar within the city of Srebrenik. The logo of the club has the traditional Lilium Bosniacum placed in the central part of the logo.

After the collapse of Yugoslavia, Gradina played in the first six seasons of the top level First League of Bosnia and Herzegovina. From 2000 however, they have yoyo-ed between the second and third tiers of the Bosnian football pyramid with only one more season in the Premier League in the 2012–13 season. Currently, Gradina is active in the second tier-First League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and plays its home matches on the Gradski Stadion (City Stadium) in Srebrenik, which has a capacity of 5,000 seats.

Honours

Domestic

League

Club seasons

Source:

Season League Cup Europe
Division P W D L F A Pts Pos
1994–95 First League
Tuzla Group
5 3 1 1 16 8 10 2nd
1995–96 First League 30 9 6 15 35 54 33 12th
1996–97 First League 30 11 8 11 40 44 41 11th
1997–98 First League 30 13 5 12 41 42 44 6th QF
1998–99 First League 30 7 12 11 24 32 33 12th
1999–2000 First League 30 7 3 20 18 67 24 15th ↓ QF
Current format of Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina
2000–01 First League of FBiH 32 7 4 21 24 73 25 17th ↓
2003–04 Second League of FBiH – North 30 15 4 11 59 41 49 3rd
2004–05 Second League of FBiH 1st ↑
2005–06 First League of FBiH 30 14 4 12 56 39 46 7th
2006–07 First League of FBiH 30 13 4 13 37 33 43 7th
2007–08 First League of FBiH 30 8 5 17 26 49 29 14th ↓
2008–09 Second League of FBiH
2009–10 Second League of FBiH 1st ↑
2010–11 First League of FBiH 30 13 5 12 44 39 44 9th
2011–12 First League of FBiH 30 19 4 7 59 30 61 1st ↑
2012–13 Premier League 30 1 6 23 17 57 9 16th ↓ 1/16
2013–14 First League of FBiH 30 12 5 13 29 30 41 9th
2014–15 First League of FBiH 30 9 6 15 29 39 33 14th ↓ 1/16
2015–16 Second League of FBiH – North
2016–17 Second League of FBiH – North 28 12 5 11 42 39 41 6th
2017–18 Second League of FBiH – North 30 16 6 8 43 29 54 2nd
2018–19 Second League of FBiH – North 30 16 5 9 51 34 53 2nd
2019–20 Second League of FBiH – North 15 11 2 2 51 18 35 2nd
2020–21 Second League of FBiH – North 30 24 4 2 101 24 76 1st ↑
2021–22 First League of FBiH 30 14 3 13 49 47 45 6th 1/16
2022–23 First League of FBiH 30 14 5 11 40 39 47 6th 1/16
2023–24 First League of FBiH 30 9 7 14 25 43 34 13th

Managerial history

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Samir Adanalić (1 July 2010 – 27 August 2012)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Denis Sadiković (29 August 2012 – 19 September 2012)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Boris Gavran (20 September 2012 – 24 September 2012)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Nedžad Bajrović (24 September 2012 – 10 October 2012)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Fuad Grbešić (11 October 2012 – 12 January 2013)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Nedžad Bajrović (13 January 2013 – 13 May 2013)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Vinko Divković (14 May 2013 – 30 June 2013)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Fuad Grbešić (2 July 2013 – 5 July 2014)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Nedžad Bajrović (8 July 2014 – 10 November 2014)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Smajil Karić (26 March 2015 – 30 June 2015)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Samir Adanalić (1 July 2015 – 31 December 2016)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Fuad Grbešić (15 July 2017 – 28 March 2018)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Samir Adanalić (29 March 2018 – 27 February 2019)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Suad Jašarević (27 February 2019 – 25 June 2020)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Samir Adanalić (25 June 2020 – 21 June 2023)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Jasmin Moranjkić (29 June 2023 – 30 December 2023)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Muamer Salibašić (27 January 2024 – 27 June 2024)

References

  1. ^ Bosnia-Hercegovina 1995/96 - RSSSF
  2. ^ Gradina i Tomislav izborili plasman u Prvu ligu FBiH - SportSport (in Bosnian)
  3. ^ "NK Gradina". ie.soccerway.com. Retrieved 18 July 2019.
  4. ^ HISTORIJSKI REZULTATI - SportSport

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