Bosnia & Herzegovina 1st League 06/01 15:30 34 Sutjeska Foca vs FK Modrica - View


Matches played 34 18 16
Wins 12 9 3
Draws 6 3 3
Losses 16 6 10
Goals for 41 26 15
Goals against 57 19 38
Clean sheets 8 8 0
Failed to score 11 3 8

Wikipedia - FK Alfa Modriča

Fudbalski klub Modriča (Serbian Cyrillic: Фудбалски клуб Модрича), known as Alfa Modriča for sponsorship reasons, is a professional football club based in Modriča that is situated in Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The club was founded in 1922 and it is currently active in the First League of the Republika Srpska. The club plays its home matches at the Dr. Milan Jelić Stadium, which has a capacity of 6,000 seats.

Modriča became champions in the First League of RS in the 2002–03 season, which secured them a place in the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The club's big success came in the 2003–04 season when it won the national cup. Due to this victory, Modriča qualified for the following season's UEFA Cup tournament. It played against FC Santa Coloma of Andorra and won both games, but was later knocked out by Bulgarian side PFC Levski Sofia.

However, its biggest success was when it won the 2007–08 Bosnian Premier League and qualified for the 2008–09 UEFA Champions League qualifying rounds where they played against FK Dinamo Tirana and Aalborg BK.


The origins of Modriča's history of professional sports are connected to football, and they date back to 1921.

The first football was brought from Prague by a student Đoka Petrović. The first football club was founded in Modriča in 1922. The club was originally named Rogulj, but it soon changed its name to Zora. In the first years of development of the sport, there were no official competitions – only friendly matches played between teams from neighbouring locations, and the players purchased sports equipment for themselves alone. The first official match Zora played was against the neighbouring team of "Bosanac" from Bosanski Šamac in 1923, which resulted in a 2–2 draw.

Zora existed up until 1927, when the authorities forbade its operation. Soon after, however, another club was founded under the name Olimpija, which existed under this name until 1938, when it changed its name to FK Dobor. After the beginning of the Second World War, all sports activities ceased, and only when the war was over, in August 1945, a new football club was founded, named Sloga. The club later changed its name to Napredak until it finally got the name Modriča. For sponsoring reasons, Modriča later received for a long time the surname Maxima. What was later changed again in summer 2017 because of sponsor change to Alfa.

The biggest successes of the club during the years of the former Yugoslavia were in the season 1968/69, when it won first place and the title of amateur champion of SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the second place in the competition for amateur champion of Yugoslavia.

The shirt of FK Modriča Maxima has been worn, among others, by: Nikola Nikić, Goran Peleš, Džemal Đedović, Slavko Cvijić, Dragan Voćkić, Rade Radulović, Slavko Mamuzić and Mustafa Čoralić. Coaches FK Modriča Maxima Dušan Radoja, Mitar Lukić, Slaviša Božičić, Zoran Ćurguz, Nikola Nikić, Marko Stojić.

The 2003–04 season saw Modriča's first participation in the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The same season saw Modriča lift the Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Cup on 26 May 2004.

In the 2007–08 season, Modriča won its first and so far only league title, which ranks as the biggest success in the long history of the club.

FK Modrica is a professional soccer team based in Modrica, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The team was founded in 1922 and has a rich history in Bosnian football. FK Modrica competes in the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the top tier of football in the country.

The team's colors are blue and white, and they play their home matches at the Gradski Stadion in Modrica. FK Modrica has a passionate fan base that supports the team both at home and away matches.

Over the years, FK Modrica has had success in domestic competitions, winning several league titles and cup trophies. The team is known for its attacking style of play and talented players who have gone on to represent the national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

FK Modrica continues to be a competitive force in Bosnian football, striving for success and glory on both the domestic and international stage.