VIP lounge and room for media was built, new lighting, sound systems and video surveillance were installed, and trophy and technical rooms were renovated. In 2012, new north stand was built with a capacity of 2,492 seats, which increased the total capacity of the stadium to FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World the year of club foundation is located. In addition, the whole crest is framed with gold color. Borac's crest during the former Yugoslavia Borac's present crest The home field of Borac is the Banja Luka City Stadium. It has 10,030 seats and is one of the most modern stadiums in the country. The stadium was built in 1937 and Yugoslav First League during a 46 years long period.[5] From 1988–92, Borac enjoyed the best period in its long In 1988, Borac achieved its biggest success. Under coach Husnija Fazlić team won the Yugoslav Cup, the second major football competition in the former Yugoslav football and became the only second league club that ever achieved this. In the final,

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According to recent plans, the east stand will be covered by a roof in the upcoming years. The construction of the south stand began, which will increase the total capacity FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 was Rudolf Hiter, and Savo Novaković was named vice president, with supervisory board headed by Đoko Jovanović. Before World War II started, training and everything else related to football, official and unofficial, was located in the surrounding of Banja Luka. As football attracted thus ensured the beginning of a new 5-year first league period that lasted until 1980. The following nine seasons, Borac spent in the second League, before a final top league period between 1989 and 1992. Borac's best placement in the first League was in 1992, when it finished the season as 4th. In total, Borac played 487 matches Borac may refer to: Borac may refer to: Borac may refer to: Borac may refer to: Borac Navigation menu Personal tools Namespaces Variants Views More Search Navigation Interaction Tools Print/export Languages club in Banja Luka was SK Krajišnik, however, after 1945, it was disbanded, and Borac replaced Krajišnik as city´s main club. Borac played conference leagues in order to qualify for the reestablished Yugoslav First League where defeated Sloboda Novi Grad 14–3 on aggregate, FK Kozara from Luka City Stadium until 2017, when it was changed to the white socks (colours that are contained on the Serbian flag). Borac has maintained the red-blue shirt for its home kit throughout the history of the club. Its traditional away colours are all blue or all red. The club's kit is after World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup FK Borac Banja Luka Contents History[edit] Colours won the home match but it was 1–3 on aggregate at the end for Belgians, who became winners of the European Cup Winners' Cup that season. Borac Banja Luka was the only team who beat R.S.C Anderlecht in one match (at home by supporters. The organized supporters of FK Borac are known as Lešinari[14] (Serbian Cyrillic: Лешинари) and they are the Serbian sports clothing company NAAI, currently new manufactured by Diadora, an Italian sports clothing company. Borac Banja Luka's present crest contains name of the club and the name of the City of Banja Luka on the background formed from the sections that are colored as Serbian flag. On the top of the Stavljanin, Filipović, Bilbija, and Simeunović scored for Borac, and goalkeeper Simeunović saved his goal twice. Borac head coach was Smilevski, who was recently named as the member of Borac's "Best Eleven" squad in its history. Borac played a total of twelve games in UEFA competitions and has never lost a European match at its FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World against Maccabi Haifa. First match was played in Haifa, where Borac got the lead by the goal from Raspudić, a goal that surprised Maccabi Haifa as they were controlling the game. A minute into the first half's extra time, Amasha equalized for Maccabi Haifa. But then, an inexplicable black hole[clarification needed] occurred at Borac performance Luka with 8–4 on aggregate and Borac Kozarska Dubica 7–0 on aggregate and became Banja Luka district champions. In 1945, RSK Borac was renamed in FK Borac Banja Luka and played for two years in the Yugoslav Third League, before it was promoted to the Yugoslav Second League in 1953. In 1961, Borac was during the cup season. In the 1974–75 season, Borac played in the second league, but the club achieved a quick promotion round against FC Lausanne-Sport, but were knocked out in front of sold-out Banja Luka City Stadium with 1–2 on aggregate for the Swiss club. In 2011, Borac became the football champion of Bosnia and Herzegovina with only 4 defeats and 15 conceded goals during 30 matches. The club won also the Republika Srpska Cup. In the following 2011–12 UEFA Champions League season, Borac start the qualifying newly built stadium took place on September 5, 1937, on the ground of the present-day Banja Luka City Stadium. The club's first success in this early period came in 1928, when RSK Borac won a tournament played in Sarajevo. Before World War II, the 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA Bosnia and Herzegovina. The name Borac means "Fighter". The football club Borac Banja Luka was founded got Čelik Nikšić from Montenegro as their opponent. Borac was knocked out by away goal rule (3-3a). Borac Banja Luka's traditional home colors are red and blue