Bosnia and Herzegovina Football

Follow the top four football competitions in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Keep track of the historical and current season.

Bosnia and Herzegovina Football League Coverage

Cover the Bosnia and Herzegovina football league pyramid. Starting from the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina, also known as the Premier Liga, to the second divisions, First League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the First League of the Republika Srpska and the Bosnian Cup.

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Bosnia and Herzegovina National Football Team

Bosnian football players represented the Yugoslavia national football team up to 1992. After the Yugoslavian breakup, the Bosnia and Herzegovina national football team was formed. The football team is known as the “Zmajevi”, which means Dragons. Thanks to a football TV commentator during a World Cup qualification game, this name gained popularity. The best result of the Zmajevi till this date, 2022, is when they qualified for the FIFA World Cup in 2014. They were placed in a group with Argentina, Iran and Nigeria. Due to some narrow losses, the national team was eliminated in the group stage. Despite reaching 13th place in the FIFA World Rankings in 2013, the Bosnia and Herzegovina National Football Team have never qualified for a European Championship.

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Their kit colours are based on their country’s flag, mainly blue and white. The team uses multiple stadiums due to some renovations. The stadiums that are used are the Dolina Cupova, the second-largest stadium based in Sarajevo, the Bilino Polje Stadium, located in Zenica and Kosovo: the largest stadium in the country.

Bosnia and Herzegovina Topscorers

Edin Dzeko, arguably the most famous Bosnian player, has the most goals scored (60). Followed on great distance is retired player Ibisevic with 28 goals. Former Barcelona and Juventus midfielder Mralem Pjanic is in sixth place with 16 goals. Edin Dzeko has made a total of 118 appearances. This also makes him the player with the most caps for the Bosnia and Herzegovina national football team. Please note that all these statistics are retrieved in 2022 and may be outdated.

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Edin Dzeko

Dzeko was born on the 17th of March in 1986. He played most of his football career as a striker and is known for his length and finishing ability. This led to a very successful debut in the Bundesliga for VFL Wolfsburg. He played a total of four years for the German club before earning a transfer in 2011 to Premier League giants Manchester City. Despite not being in the initial lineup for many games, Edin Dzeko was one of the key players for Manchester City’s first Premier League title. He has scored crucial goals in the last games of the season.

Dzeko later earned a transfer to AS Roma, which was very successful. As from the 2021 season, Dzeko plays for the Italian side and reigning champions Inter Milan.