List of football clubs in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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This is a list of association football clubs located in Bosnia and Herzegovina, sorted by league and division within the Bosnia and Herzegovina football league system, as of the 2012–13 season. There are 610 football clubs in Bosnia and Herzegovina (306 in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and 304 in Republika Srpska), including clubs who are in resting mode.

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First level

There are total of 12 clubs in the top tier of Bosnia and Herzegovina football.

ClubCity / Town
Čelik Zenica
GOŠK Gabela
Krupa Krupa na Vrbasu
Mladost Kakanj
Radnik Bijeljina
Sarajevo Sarajevo
Sloboda Tuzla
Široki Brijeg Široki Brijeg
Tuzla Simin Han
Zrinjski Mostar
Zvijezda Ugljevik
Željezničar Sarajevo

Second level


There are a total of 30 clubs in two leagues when it comes to the second tier of Bosnia and Herzegovina football.


Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

ClubCity / Town
Bosna Visoko
Branitelj Mostar
Bratstvo Gračanica
Budućnost Banovići
Čapljina Čapljina
Goražde Goražde
Iskra Bugojno
Jedinstvo Bihać
Krajina Cazin
Krajišnik Velika Kladuša
Podgrmeč Sanski Most
Radnički Lukavac
Rudar Kakanj
Sloboda Tuzla
Troglav Livno
Vitez Vitez

Republika Srpska

ClubCity / Town
Borac Šamac
Drina HE Višegrad
Drina (Z) Zvornik
Kozara Gradiška
Ljubić Prnjavor
Mladost (G) Gacko
Mladost (VO) Velika Obarska
Modriča Modriča
Podrinje Janja
Rudar Ugljevik
Sloboda (MG) Mrkonjić Grad
Sloboda (NG) Novi Grad
Sloga Doboj
Sutjeska Foča

Third level

There are a total of 88 clubs in six leagues when it comes to the third tier of Bosnia and Herzegovina football.

Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Second league of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina is divided in four regional leagues: North, Center, South and West.

Republika Srpska

The Second league of the Republika Srpska is divided in two regional leagues: West and East.

Fourth level

There are a total of 147 clubs in 14 leagues when it comes to the fourth tier of Bosnia and Herzegovina football.

Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Cantonal leagues of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina are divided in ten leagues: League of Una-Sana Canton, First League of Central Bosnia Canton, Inter-cantonal league of HBŽ/ZHŽ, League of Herzegovina-Neretva Canton, League of Sarajevo Canton - Group A, League of Sarajevo Canton - Group B, League of Bosnian Podrinje Canton, League of Zenica-Doboj Canton, First League of Tuzla Canton and First League of Posavina Canton.

Republika Srpska

The Regional leagues of the Republika Srpska are divided in four leagues: West, Center, East and South.

Fifth tier

There are a total of 156 clubs in 13 leagues when it comes to the fifth tier of Bosnia and Herzegovina football.

Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

The fifth tier of football in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina is mostly the second tier of the cantonal leagues with one municipality league divided in two groups. The leagues are: Second League of Tuzla Canton divided into South, North and West (all to First League of Tuzla Canton), Second League of Posavina Canton (to First League of Posavina Canton), Second League of Central Bosnia Canton (to First League of Central Bosnia Canton) and the Municipality League of Visoko divided into Group A and B (both to League of Zenica-Doboj Canton).

Republika Srpska

The fifth tier of football in Republika Srpska is made up of six local leagues which act as the second tier to the regional leagues: Prijedor, Gradiška and Banja Luka (all to Regional League - West), Doboj (to Regional League - Center), Center and Zvornik (to Regional League - East).

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