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  1. 22. round of Premijer Liga BiH Last round of regular part of season FK Željezničar - FK Radnik 2:0 Highlights www.1921.tv
  2. FK Željezničar - FK Radnik 2:0 1/4 final Cuop of Bosnia and Herzegovina...Željo goes to 1/2 final Highlights www.1921.tv
  3. NK Metalleghe BSI - FK Željezničar 0:1 Highlights www.1921.tv Score in last seconds of the match.
  4. Fudbalski klub Željezničar (English: Football Club Željezničar) is the biggest and most successful Bosnian professional football club, based in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The name Željezničar means "railway worker", given because it was established by a group of railway workers. In Bosnia, the club is traditionally known for producing talented players, rather than signing them. The club usually relies on selling its most talented players at the end of each season [2] to survive financially. During the time of the former Yugoslavia, FK Željezničar were national champions once in the 1971–72 season, qualifying the club for the European Cup during the 1972–73 season where they were eliminated in the first round. The club has also finished as runners-up once in the league, as well as playing in a 1980–81 Yugoslav Cup final. In Europe, the club is most famous for reaching both the UEFA Cup semi-finals during the 1984–85 season and the quarter-finals during the 1971–72 season. The club is the first Bosnian team to reach the UEFA Cup semifinals and one of the few teams ever to do so from Yugoslavia. Željezničar is the most successful football team in present-day Bosnia, having won 6 Bosnian championships, 5 Bosnian Cups and 3 Bosnian Supercups. The club has never qualified for UEFA Champions League (post European Cup) as best club could reach was 2002–03 Champions League third qualifying round, losing to Newcastle United 0–5 on aggregate. Their Local town rival is FK Sarajevo, who competes with them in the Sarajevo derby. Zeljeznicar has historically dominated the derby According to the IFFHS list of the Top 200 European clubs of the 20th century, an organization recognized by FIFA, Željezničar is the highest ranked Bosnian club, sharing the 110th position on the list with AZ Alkmaar and Vitória de Setúbal.[3] The club has produced many Yugoslav and Bosnian greats, including Ivica Osim, Božo Janković, Mehmed Baždarević, Josip Katalinski, Edin Bahtić, Haris Škoro, Dželaludin Muharemović, Almir Gredić, Edin Višća and Edin Džeko. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FK_Željezničar_Sarajevo http://fkzeljeznicar.ba/ This is TV channel of FK Željezničar 1/4 Cup of Bosnia and Herzegovina FK Radnik - FK Željezničar 2:2