FK Borac Kozarska Dubica

Fudbalski klub Borac Kozarska Dubica (Serbian Cyrillic: Фудбалски клуб Борац Козарска Дубица) is a Bosnian football club from the city of Kozarska Dubica, Republika Srpska. They have played in the First League of the Republika Srpska in season 1996–97, but were relegated to the Second League of the Republika Srpska in 1997 as a result of merger of East and West division of First League. In 2004, they were relegated to the Regional League. After many years of playing in regional and local leagues, in 2014 they were promoted back to the Second League, the 3rd level league competition in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In 2020, they were promoted back to the First League.

Borac Kozarska Dubica
Full nameFudbalski klub Borac Kozarska Dubica
GroundĐolovi Stadium, Kozarska Dubica
LeagueFirst League of RS
2019–20Second League of RS (West), 1st (promoted)



Football club Borac was established in July 1936 at the initiative of leather workers of Dubica, Vrbas Banovina, Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Originally it was named Radnički sportski klub Borac, which in English language means Workers Sports Club 'Fighter' , and its roots come from the relation the club had with labour movements during the first half of the 20th century.

The founders were Ahmet Ćelam, Vujo Momčilović and Razim Hadžić, workers from Dubica. Players were mainly the workers, as well as poor youths without jobs. At that time, management and players were members of different faiths and nations who lived in the town. Although he was in a weak financial position and performed in the lower ranks of the competition, the Borac was too popular among fellow citizens.

Borac rallied progressive young people and members of the Communist Party. City authorities did not provide any help to the club because he was considered a "red club". On the contrary, they tried in every way to obstruct the Club activities because was considered an enemy of the social system. However, the Borac has managed to maintain a decent sports team.

Besides playing football and participating in the football league, the Borac administration organized mass trips and celebrations of May Day.

Coaching historyEdit

Club recordsEdit

Season League CupRS Cup Top goalscorer
Division P W D L F A Pts Pos Player Goals
2002–03 2nd RS, W 30 13 3 14 56 52 42 7th QR N/A
2003–04 2nd RS, W 26 12 2 12 47 41 38 5th R1 N/A
2004–05 2nd RS, W QR N/A
2005–06 2nd RS, W 30 12 3 15 41 64 39 13th QR N/A
2006–07 2nd RS, W 30 QR N/A
2007–08 3rd-PR RS 22 50 2nd QR N/A
2008–09 RL-W RS QR N/A
2009–10 QR N/A
2010–11 4th-PR RS 1st R1 N/A
2011–12 RL-W RS 26 11 5 10 38 45 38 8th QR N/A
2012–13 RL-W RS 26 10 4 12 40 48 34 10th QR N/A
2013–14 RL-W RS 30 18 6 6 60 1st R1 N/A
2014–15 2nd RS, W 26 10 7 9 36 33 37 8th QR N/A Vladan Reljić 10
2015–16 2nd RS, W 30 8 6 16 41 61 30 14th N/A
2016–17 2nd RS, W R2 N/A
League: P = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; Pts = Points won; Pos = Final position;
Cup: PR = Preliminary round; QR = Qualifying round; R1 = Round of 32; R2 = Round of 16; QF = Quarter-final; SF = Semi-final; RU = Runner-up; W = Competition won;

Best resultsEdit

Notable playersEdit

List of players who represented FIFA international teams in International matches.


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