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The best two clubs got the right to play in 1998–99 UEFA Cup. 2 Play-off was scheduled but was later canceled because of stadium issues. Three different leagues played, no play-off contested, therefore no club got the right to play in European competition. 3 A play-off between the best placed teams of First League of Bosnia and Herzegovina and First League of Herzeg-Bosnia was played without clubs from First League of Republika Srpska. Three clubs got the right to play in European competition. Premier League Champions[edit] Since the 2000–01 season, the first tier of Bosnia and Herzegovina's football competition became the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Champions(Premier League titles) Third place Top scorer(s) 2000–011 Željezničar (2) Brotnjo Amar Osim (1) Dželaludin Muharemović (Željezničar) 2001–021 Željezničar (3) Amar Osim (2) Ivica Huljev (Željezničar) 15 2002–03 Leotar (1) Milan Jovin (1) Emir Obuća (Sarajevo) 24 2003–04 Široki Brijeg (1) Alen Škoro (Sarajevo) 20 2004–05 Zrinjski (1) Franjo Džidić (1) Zoran Rajović (Zrinjski) 17 2005–06 Široki Brijeg (2) Zrinjski Ivica Barbarić (1) Petar Jelić (Modriča) 19 2006–07 Sarajevo (2) Slavija Husref Musemić (1) Stevo Nikolić (Modriča) Dragan Benić (Borac) 2007–08 Modriča (1) Čelik Zenica Slaviša Božičić (1) Darko Spalević (Slavija) 18 2008–09 Zrinjski (2) Sloboda Tuzla Dragan Jović (1) 2009–10 Željezničar (4) Borac Amar Osim (3) Feđa Dudić (Travnik) 2010–11 Borac (1) Vlado Jagodić (1) Ivan Lendrić (Zrinjski) 2011–12 Željezničar (5) Amar Osim (4) Eldin Adilović (Željezničar) 2012–13 Željezničar (6) Amar Osim (5) Emir Hadžić (Sarajevo) 2013–14 Zrinjski (3) Branko Karačić (1) Wagner (Široki Brijeg) 2014–15 Sarajevo (3) Dženan Uščuplić (1) Riad Bajić (Željezničar) 2015–16 Zrinjski (4) Vinko Marinović (1) Leon Benko (Sarajevo) 2016–17 Zrinjski (5) Blaž Slišković (1) Ivan Lendrić (Željezničar) 2017–18 Zrinjski (6) Blaž Slišković (2) Miloš Filipović (Zrinjski) 2018–19 Sarajevo (4) Husref Musemić (2) Sulejman Krpić (Željezničar) 2019–20[nb 1] Sarajevo (5) Vinko Marinović (2) Mersudin Ahmetović (Sarajevo) 2020–21 Borac (2) Velež Marko Maksimović (1) Nemanja Bilbija (Zrinjski) 2021–22 Zrinjski (7) Sergej Jakirović (1) 33 2022–23 Zrinjski (8) Krunoslav Rendulić (1) 1 Played without clubs from the Republika Srpska entity of BiH which have only taken part in the league since 2002. ▶️ Zrinjski Mostar vs FK Sarajevo Live Stream & on TV, Prediction, H2HSporticos - Legal Sports StreamsFollow all of the action from the biggest football leagues in the world like La Liga, Serie A, the Bundesliga and Ligue 1 with Sporticos. Here you can find out the easiest, cheapest and most convenient way to watch football live streams of any match you’re interested in. On 24 July 2020, it was announced that Mtel had become the new league sponsor for the next three years with an estimate 23 Million BAM worth, [4] renaming the league m:tel Premier League. 2023–24 Member Clubs[edit] Locations of the 2023–24 Premier League of BiH clubs Team Location Stadium Capacity[5] Borac Banja Luka Banja Luka Banja Luka City Stadium 10, 030 GOŠK Gabela Gabela Perica-Pero Pavlović 3, 000 Igman Konjic Konjic Stadion Igmana 5, 000 Posušje Mokri Dolac Stadium 8, 000 Sarajevo Asim Ferhatović Hase 34, 500 Sloga Meridian Doboj Luke Stadium Široki Brijeg Pecara 7, 000 Tuzla City Tuzla Tušanj 7, 200 Velež Mostar Mostar Rođeni Stadium Zrinjski Mostar Bijeli Brijeg 9, 000 Zvijezda 09 Ugljevik Ugljevik City Stadium Željezničar Grbavica 13, 146 Rankings[edit] Source: Bert Kassies' website (country rankings; team rankings) Bosnia and Herzegovina Champions[edit] Champions of First League of Bosnia and Herzegovina[edit] 1994–95 - Čelik - "Champion of BiH" 1995–96 - Čelik - "Champion of BiH" 1996–97 - Čelik - "Champion of BiH" 1997–98 - Bosna Visoko - "Champion of First League of Bosnia and Herzegovina" (first round) 1997–98 - Željezničar - "Champion of First League of Bosnia and Herzegovina" (Play-Offs) - Official champions 1998–99 - Sarajevo - "Champion of BiH" 1999–2000 - Jedinstvo Bihać - "Champion of First League of Bosnia and Herzegovina" (first round) 1999–2000 - Brotnjo - "Champion of First League of Bosnia and Herzegovina" (Play-Offs) - Official champions Champions of First League of Herzeg-Bosnia[edit] 1993–94 - Široki Brijeg[6] – Mario Prskalo (10 goals, Široki Brijeg) 1994–95 - Široki Brijeg – Anđelko Marušić (15, Široki Brijeg) 1995–96 - Široki Brijeg – Mario Marušić (15, Grude), Dejan Džepina (15, Novi Travnik) 1996–97 - Široki Brijeg – Anđelko Marušić (21, Široki Brijeg) 1997–98 - Široki Brijeg – Stanko Bubalo (31, Široki Brijeg) 1998–99 - Posušje – Slađan Filipović (19, Široki Brijeg) 1999–2000 - Posušje – Robert Ristovski (18, Kiseljak) Champions of First League of the Republika Srpska[edit] Season Champions Runners-up Top goalscorer Club Goals 1995–96 Boksit Milići Rudar Prijedor Siniša Đurić Zoran Majstorović Kozara GradiškaBoksit Milići 16 1996–97 Rudar Ugljevik Sloga Trn Mladen Zgonjanin Marić Sloga Trn Glasinac Sokolac 14 1997–98 Nikola Bala 31 1998–99 Radnik Bijeljina Mladen Zgonjanin 23 1999–2000 Nedo Zdjelar Sloboda Novi Grad 29 2000–01 Milanko Đerić 26 2001–02 Leotar Kozara Gradiška Pavle Delibašić Siniša Jovanović Leotar Glasinac Sokolac 21 Champions of Bosnia and Herzegovina[edit] Listing seasons (aside of 1998–99 season) before the creation of Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina where the champion was decided via a play-off played between best placed clubs who played in First League of Bosnia and Herzegovina and First League of Herzeg-Bosnia (without clubs from First League of the Republika Srpska). In late 1993 some parts of the country re-launched football competitions with reduced scope. But just as the country was divided along ethnic lines, so was football. In 1993 Bosnian Croats launched the Football Federation of Herzeg Bosnia and its First League of Herzeg-Bosnia, in which only Croatian clubs competed on parochial scale within the limits of West Herzegovina and few other enclaves. In the same year Bosnian Serbs also organized their own First League of the Republika Srpska, on a territory held by Republika Srpska regime at the time. Winner of play-off Runners-up of play-off Winning manager Top scorer(s) of play-off Player(s) (Club) 1997–981 Željezničar (1) Enver Hadžiabdić (1) Stanko Bubalo (Široki Brijeg) Hadis Zubanović (Željezničar) 3 1998–992 Sarajevo (1) Nermin Hadžiahmetović (3) — 1999–20003 Brotnjo (1) Budućnost Ivo Ištuk (1) Zikret Kuljaninović (Budućnost) Alen Škoro (Sarajevo) Halim Stupac (Jedinstvo) 5 1 A play-off between the best placed teams of First League of Bosnia and Herzegovina and First League of Herzeg-Bosnia was played; without clubs from First League of Republika Srpska. With that, the league season has 33 full rounds instead of the 22 rounds and an additional 10 rounds in the relegation and championship games. [2] [edit] On 31 July 2012, the Football Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina signed a two-year deal with BH Telecom regarding the sponsorship of the league, effectively renaming the league BH Telecom Premier League. [3] The deal was extended once more before the start of 2014–15 season. Old format since 2018–19[edit] Since the 2018–19 season, the league is not played as the last two seasons before. Actually very simple, after all the 12 clubs play each other two times, once home and once away, they play each other three times, also playing home or away depending on how the schedule is made. Watch HSK Zrinjski Mostar vs Sarajevo 09.12.2023 - Football Live stream of the match HSK Zrinjski Mostar vs Sarajevo from 09.12.2023. There are no available live streams or replays of this match. Match of the day.


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