NK BSK Bijelo Brdo

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BSK Bijelo Brdo
NK BSK Bijelo Brdo Logo.svg
Full nameNogometni klub BSK Bijelo Brdo
GroundIgralište BSK
ManagerDenis Krstanović
LeagueDruga HNL

NK BSK Bijelo Brdo is a Croatian football club based in the village of Bijelo Brdo in eastern Slavonia. As of the 2018–19 season they compete in the Croatian Second Football League.

History[edit]

According to RSSSF, the club was re-founded in 2002 playing at the Croatian fifth level.[1]

As winners of the regional Osijek-Baranja County Cup, they entered the preliminary round of the 2010–11 Croatian Cup. After beating NK Mladost Petrinja they progressed through to the first round proper, in which they were knocked out by NK Varaždin. They secured promotion to the Treća HNL East after winning the 4.HNL East group, and then won the 2011–12 Treća HNL East group with an undefeated record over 29 games (one team folded at mid-season.)[2] However they did not obtain a license for the second league and were not promoted.

BSK was finally promoted to the newly expanded second division in 2018.[3] This was their debut season in the second tier.[4]

Honours[edit]

Croatia Treća HNL – East:

  • Winners (1): 2011–12

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Croatia 2002–03". rsssf.com.
  2. ^ "Croatia 2011–12". rsssf.com.
  3. ^ "Osijek II i BSK budući sudionici Druge Lige". Glas Slavonije. 23 May 2018.
  4. ^ "CIBALIA IZBAČENA U TREĆU LIGU Druga HNL srezana na 14 klubova, premalo ih je dobilo licence". index.hr. 4 June 2018.