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Sibenik

Sibenik is a football (soccer) club from Croatia.

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About Sibenik

HNK Šibenik is a Croatian football (soccer) club based in the city of Šibenik on the Croatian coast.

The club was formed in 1932. In 2006, the club finished first in the Croatian Second League's southern division and was promoted to the Prva HNL. The club also played in Croatian first League between 1992-2003 during 12 seasons.

In 2009–10 Prva HNL, HNK Šibenik finished the season on 4th position in the Prva HNL and thus qualified to play in a European competition (2010–11_UEFA_Europa_League First_qualifying_round) for the first time in club's history. It was eliminated in second round by Anorthosis Famagusta FC 2-3 on aggregate.

HNK Šibenik plays on Stadion Šubićevac (Šubićevac Stadium).

Šibenik's fans are called "Funcuti".




Recent seasons


Key

European record

Summary


Source:
Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against


By season


Notable players

The following NK Šibenik players have been capped at full international level. Years in brackets indicate their spells at the club.
- Petar Nadoveza (1960–1963)
- Krasnodar Rora (1962–1964)
- Petar Nikezić (1982–1984)
- Dean Računica (1986–1992)
- Slaven Bilić (1988–1989)
- Tomislav Erceg (1990–1991)
- Mate Baturina (1993–1996)
- Ylli Shehu (1994–1995)
- Mario Jurić (footballer) (1995–1999, 2007)
- Amarildo Zela (1996–1997)
- Ivica Križanac (1997–1998)
- Joško Popović (1997–1999)
- Ante Rukavina (2004–2007)
- Nikola Kalinić (2006–2007)
- Ermin Zec (2007–2010)
- Samir Duro (2009)
(1992)
- Franjo Džidić (1992–93)
- Krasnodar Rora (1992–93)
- Branko Tucak (1993–94)
- Ivica Matković (football coach) (1993–94)
- Ivica Šangulin (1994–95)
- Rajko Magić (1994–95)
- Željko Maretić (1995–96)
- Vinko Begović (1996–97)
- Željko Maretić (1997–98)
- Ivan Buljan (1998)
- Stipe Kedžo (1998)

- Rajko Magić (1998–99)
- Stanko Mršić (1999)
- Anđelko Godinić (1999)
- Goran Krešimir Vidov (1999)
- Željko Maretić (1999–00)
- Vjekoslav Lokica (2000)
- Milo Nižetić (2000–01)
- Vjekoslav Lokica (2001–02)
- Franko Bogdan (2002)
- Stanko Mršić (2002–03)
- Luka Bonačić (2003)
- Franko Bogdan (2003–04)

- Milan Petrović (2004)
- Petar Bakotić (2004–05)
- Ivan Pudar (2005–07)
- Anel Karabeg (2007)
- Ivica Kalinić (2007–09)
- Anđelko Godinić (2009)
- Branko Karačić 2009–10)
- Anđelko Godinić (2010)
- Vjekoslav Lokica (2010–11)
- Goran Tomić (2011)




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