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[3] Zrinjski managed to retain its league title in the following campaign, four rounds before the end of the season. [4] The club also won the Bosnian Cup that season, winning its first ever double. [5] Rivals[edit] Velež[edit] Zrinjski Mostar's main rival is Velež Mostar, the other main football team in Mostar. The highly contested game between both teams is called the Mostar derby. Zrinjski first played against Velež Mostar in the 1920s and 1930s, but when Zrinjski was banned (1945–92) for playing in the fascist league, no games between the rival teams were played. During that period, Velež became a successful club in former Yugoslavia, and it was supported by a majority of Mostarian inhabitants. After Zrinjski's league ban was lifted, the team became one of the important symbols of the Croatian entity in Mostar, and it was mainly supported by Croats. The rival team, Velež, is mostly supported by local Bosniaks.

Not long after the beginning of the season, Blaž Slišković was appointed as manager. Zrinjski finished the 2005–06 season in third place, earning a place in the Intertoto Cup, where Zrinjski knocked out Maltese team Marsaxlokk (3–0 home, 1–1 away) in the first round and lost to Israel team Maccabi Petah Tikva (1–1 away, 1–3 home) in the second round. In the 2006–07 season, Zrinjski finished in second place, earning a UEFA Europa League berth. During the winter break, Zrinjski lost one of its best players Lamine Diarra, who transferred to Beira-Mar, but it signed former star player Zoran Rajović on a free transfer.

There is a rivalry with Široki Brijeg as well, the other top team from Herzegovina. This rivalry started during the Herzeg-Bosnia league (1994–2000), and continued in the Premier League. The matches between Široki Brijeg and Zrinjski are mostly called the Herzegovina derby. Supporters[edit] Zrinjski's main supporter group Ultras Mostar. Zrinjski's main supporter group are called Ultras Mostar. Officially, the Ultras-Zrinjski Fan Club was founded in March 1998, when the Citizens' Associations Act entered into the Registry of Citizens' Associations in the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton, and exists as an unregistered support group since 1994. They promote all sections of the sports club Zrinjski, but they mostly follow its football department. They got their name in 1998, 6 years after Zrinjski's work was restored.

In 2018, Zrinjski got eliminated in the third round by Bulgarian club Ludogorets Razgrad, in 2019 by Swedish club Malmö and in 2020 nearly by Cypriot club APOEL. Interestingly enough, in the first two European "campaigns", the club was led by Croatian managers Ante Miše and Hari Vukas respectively. In the third one, Zrinjski was managed by Bosnian manager Mladen Žižović. Following a lackluster 2020–21 season, in the following 2021–22 season, the club was crowned league champions for a record seventh time, under manager Sergej Jakirović.

Today the football team is part of the Zrinjski Mostar sport society. History[edit] The beginning and early years[edit] The Zrinjski team in Mostar in 1929. In 1896, several distinguished Herzegovinians from Mostar had an idea to form a youth sports society named Hrvatski sokol (Croatian Falcon). At the time, this was not allowed, but in 1905, Croat youth led by Professor Kuštreb succeeded. With the help of the cultural society Hrvoje they formed Đački športski klub (Student Sports Club). In 1912, it evolved into Gimnazijski nogometni klub Zrinjski (Gymnasium Football Club Zrinjski).

The Mostar derby is highly contested, just as the Sarajevo-Željezničar derby. On 1 March 2000, Zrinjski and Velež played a friendly game for the first time in over 55 years. The game took place in Sarajevo, and ended in a 2–2 draw. The first official game between both teams was played in Premier League of BiH at the Bijeli Brijeg Stadium on 13 August 2000, and was won by Zrinjski with 2–0. The two fan groups which support each team are: HŠK Zrinjski supporters: Ultras Mostar FK Velež supporters: Red Army Mostar Both fanbases still represent a division among ethnic lines, as the Ultras are almost exclusively Croats and the Red Army are mostly Bosniaks.

They also won the Premier League for the second time, led by talismanic striker Krešimir Kordić, who top scored with 13 league goals. The league title meant that Zrinjski went into the second round of qualifying for the UEFA Champions League, just their second time in the competition. Unfortunately, the side lost 1–4 on aggregate to ŠK Slovan Bratislava despite a 1–0 home leg win. A disappointing 2009–10 season in the league left Zrinjski in fourth place. Zrinjski's participation in European football lasted longer in the 2010–11 season than in others, with the side beating both FC Tobol and Tre Penne before losing to Odense Boldklub in the third qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League.

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HŠK Zrinjski Mostar - WikipediaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Zrinjski MostarFull nameHrvatski športski klub Zrinjski MostarNickname(s)Plemići (The Nobles)Founded1905; 118 years ago Revived 1992; 31 years agoGroundStadion pod Bijelim BrijegomCapacity9, 000ChairmanDenis LasićManagerKrunoslav RendulićLeaguePremier League BH2022–23Premier League BH, 1st of 12 (champions)WebsiteClub website Home colours Away colours Third colours HŠK Zrinjski Mostar (Croatian: Hrvatski športski klub Zrinjski Mostar, lit.

Before the 2003–04 season, some new board members entered the club, bringing better sponsors. Their primary goal was to make Zrinjski one of the top clubs in the country by its 100th anniversary in 2005. Zrinjski then took four players on loan from Dinamo Zagreb: Luka Modrić, Marko Janjetović, Ivica Džidić and Davor Landeka. After the season Džidić and Landeka stayed permanently. Although Zrinjski was nowhere near the top, the base for the next season was created. In summer of 2004, the club signed some of the best players in the league, such as Zoran Rajović, Dušan Kerkez, Velimir Vidić, and Sulejman Smajić.

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The ethnic connection of both fanbases leads to vigorous clashes at the Mostar derby. Furthermore, some extreme groups of the Red Army are left-wing-inspired, while extreme Ultras are right-wing-inspired, which further exacerbates their rivalry. Others[edit] Other notable rivals of Zrinjski are Sarajevo clubs Sarajevo and Željezničar. These clubs with a famous history, along with Zrinjski, are favorites for the top of the table almost every season. One of the other reasons for this rivalry is that Mostar is the center of Herzegovina, while Sarajevo is the center of Bosnia, and the capital of the entire country.

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