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Aug 28, 2023 — The Team FK Sarajevo won the Game against FK Velež Mostar with Result 1 : 0 (0 : 0) (1 : 0) . ... Premier League BiH. It was part of ...

During Velež's glory days in the Yugoslav First League, they were the only major club from Mostar and were supported by all people from the city of Mostar. After the war Zrinjski was reformed, and they became a symbol of the Croatian side of Mostar (west side) and Velež become a symbol of the Bosniak side (east side). On 1 March 2000, Zrinjski and Velež played a friendly game, for the first time after Zrinjski was reformed. The game was played in Sarajevo and the result was a 2–2 draw. The first official league game was played on 18 August 2000 at the Bijeli Brijeg Stadium. Zrinjski won 2–0. In 1989, Velež's youth team reached the final of the Yugoslav Youth Football Cup for the fourth time (after losing the final in 1969, 1977 and 1987) and won 4–1 versus FK Vardar with a team featuring Franjo Džidić, Slaven Musa and Sergej Barbarez. This would be the only piece of silverware ever won by Velež's youth team. [14] Velež in an independent Bosnia and Herzegovina (1992–present)[edit] Image from 2000 featuring Red Army Mostar in the away stands versus Zrinjski in the Mostar derby Rebuilding and instability (1992–2006)[edit] On 15 March 1992, Velež would play their last ever game at the Bijeli Brijeg stadium; a 2–0 win versus FK Zemun. Shortly after the game the Siege of Mostar started, rendering football a dangerous and logistically impossible task. While the club has often reached ranks of top 100–200 teams, on some occasions the UEFA has ranked Velež among the top 100 teams. In 1989 Velež was ranked at the 43rd place on the UEFA Team Ranking List which also marks the highest UEFA ranking achieved by any football club from Bosnia and Herzegovina. In 1988, Velež was ranked 88th on the UEFA's Team Ranking List, ahead of clubs like Everton (ranked 100), Olympique Marseille (ranked 115), Espanyol (ranked 121), Napoli (ranked 125), Young Boys (ranked 126), Dinamo Zagreb and Borussia Dortmund (ranked 158), Aston Villa (ranked 200) and many others, as cited in the UEFA Team Ranking database for 1988. In the second tier Velež were a strong contender for promotion, first in the 2003–04 season, however a goal in injury time for Budućnost Banovići ensured that they would be promoted instead of Velež. [17] In 2004–05 another title challenge was mounted but a 2–1 loss versus Rudar Kakanj made sure Jedinstvo Bihać would get promoted. [18] In 2005–06 Velež were finally promoted, 14 points clear of second placed Rudar Kakanj. Comeback and collapse (2006–2017)[edit] For the next few seasons Velež would be a consistent midtable team in the Premier League with no major cup runs until the 2011–12 season, when Velež defeated Travnik 3–2 away in the first round and faced local rivals Zrinjski in the next round. Velez M. vs Sarajevo Live Score and Live Stream Velez M. are playing Sarajevo at the Premier Liga of Bosnia And Herzegovina on December 2. The match will kick off 16:00 UTC. ScoreBat is covering Velez M. There are few groups of Velež supporters. The most famous are Red Army Mostar and Mostarski Rođeni. Honours[edit] Domestic[edit] League[edit] First League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina:[34] Winners (2): 2005–06, 2018–19 Runners-up (2): 2003–04, 2004–05 Yugoslav First League:[35] Runners-up (3): 1972–73, 1973–74, 1986–87 Third place (4): 1965–66, 1969–70, 1985–86, 1987–88 Yugoslav Second League:[35] Winners (2): 1952, 1954–55 Cups[edit] Yugoslav Cup:[35] Winners (2): 1980–81, 1985–86 Runners-up (2): 1957–58, 1988–89 Bosnia and Herzegovina Cup: Winners (1): 2021–22 Runners-up (1): 2022–23 European[edit] Mitropa Cup:[36] Runners-up (1): 1975–76 Balkans Cup:[37] Winners (1): 1980–81 UEFA Cup:[38] Quarter-finals (1): 1974–75 Recent seasons[edit] Season League Cup Top league goalscorer Division P W D L F A Pts Pos Player Goals 2013–14 Premier League 30 15 9 6 42 23 54 5th QF Ševko Okić 10 2014–15 8 12 32 33 38 9th Alidin-Dino HajdarovićAnel Hebibović 2015–16 1 55 16th R32 Dino Ćemalović 2 2016–17 First League of FBiH 11 39 43 11th R16 Brandao 2017–18 5 49 3rd 2018–19 24 4 78 18 76 1st Nusmir Fajić 28 2019–20[27] 22 25 8th 2020–21 16 13 50 61 Obren Cvijanović 2021–22 37 44 Dženan Zajmović 2022–23 40 45 6th RU Nermin Haskić European record[edit] Since the late 1970s up until the Bosnian War of 1992–1995, Velež has been consistently ranked on the UEFA Team Rankings. The rivalry is both local and ethnic. FK Velež and their fans, called Red Army are predominantly Bosniaks, while Zrinjski and their fans called Ultras are Croats. Making the rivalry bigger is the fact that Zrinjski stadium was Velež's stadium during their glory days in Yugoslavia, but because of the war, Velež was forced to move from their stadium, which was located in the western part of Mostar, and build a new stadium on the other side of the city. Supporters[edit] Velež supporters are famous for their loyalty and passion, and they follow their club wherever it plays. Velež vs Sarajevo Stats, Predictions & H2H Previous matches between Velež and Sarajevo have averaged 2.26 goals while BTTS has happened 47% of the time. So far this season in the Premier League of Bosnia ... FK Sarajevo vs FK Velez Mostar Aug 28, 2023 — FK Sarajevo vs FK Velez Mostar: Find Live Scores, Odds, Line Ups, H2H Stats in our preview for the match! Velež were already on the way out of the Yugoslav First League due to Bosnia voting to leave Yugoslavia in an independence referendum at the beginning of the month, and to make matters worse due to Bosnia being independent, the ban on fascist clubs was lifted, which led to Zrinjski being refounded in 1992. After the war, a new municipality within Mostar called Jugozapad (eng. Southwest) awarded the Bijeli Brijeg stadium to Zrinjski, which would lead to controversy for the next few years. [15] Zrinjski had positioned themselves as a club specifically for Croats, which led to a large number of Velež's supporters abandoning them (Velež were a multiethnic club for all of their history, including players of Bosniak, Serb and Croat origin). BOS PL Sarajevo vs FK Velez Mostar: 2023/03/12 Football Head-to-Head Recap: In their latest face-off, FK Velez Mostar hosted Sarajevo on 2022/09/19 22:00, culminating in a thrilling match that ended with a score of 1 ... FK Velez Mostar vs FK Sarajevo H2H 1 dec 2023 Head - ; 20% (3), Defeits, 17% (3) ; 1.80, Goals per game, 1.89 ; 1.00, Goals lost per game, 0.94 ; 11 (73%), Over 1.5, 14 (78%).


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