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This meant that only N/FSBiH clubs and its national team could compete at the international and official level. [1] Final unification has been preceded by several stages. At first was created a playoff where clubs were playing for the champion under N/FSBiH auspices. Idea was that playoff under unified N/FSBiH auspices should bring together clubs competing under three separate organizations for the first time but was rejected by Serb association, leaving clubs from Croat football association and N/FSBiH participating playoff for the seasons 1997–98 and 1999–00, while 1998–99 playoff was canceled due to Croat's association hesitation on the decision on which stadiums games should be played. Next season playoff was resumed for the last time prior to full and final agreement on unified N/FSBiH and its competition, Premier League BiH (Premijer Liga), in the fall 2000. [1] Post-war period 1996–2000[edit] These three separate football leagues were operating in Bosnia and Herzegovina until 1998, and 2000. Since FIFA and UEFA showed support only for the association operating under patronage of the official and internationally recognized state institutions, during the war and prior to Dayton Peace Agreement as well as after its signage, they endorsed unification of all three organizations as N/FSBiH. This also came as a consequence of FIFA decision to recognize N/FSBiH already in July 1996, while in the same year UEFA admitted N/FSBiH as an adjacent member until 1998 when they recognized its full membership. Winner of play-off Runners-up of play-off Winning manager Top scorer(s) of play-off Player(s) (Club) 1997–981 Željezničar (1) Enver Hadžiabdić (1) Stanko Bubalo (Široki Brijeg) Hadis Zubanović (Željezničar) 3 1998–992 Sarajevo (1) Nermin Hadžiahmetović (3) — 1999–20003 Brotnjo (1) Budućnost Ivo Ištuk (1) Zikret Kuljaninović (Budućnost) Alen Škoro (Sarajevo) Halim Stupac (Jedinstvo) 5 1 A play-off between the best placed teams of First League of Bosnia and Herzegovina and First League of Herzeg-Bosnia was played; without clubs from First League of Republika Srpska. The best two clubs got the right to play in 1998–99 UEFA Cup. 2 Play-off was scheduled but was later canceled because of stadium issues. Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina - WikipediaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Premier League of Bosnia and HerzegovinaFounded2000First season2000–01Country Bosnia and HerzegovinaConfederationUEFANumber of teams12Level on pyramid1Relegation toFirst League of FBiHFirst League of RSDomestic cup(s)Bosnian CupInternational cup(s)UEFA Champions League UEFA Europa Conference LeagueCurrent championsZrinjski (8th title) (2022–23)Most championshipsZrinjski (8 titles)Most appearancesWagner (297)Top goalscorerNemanja Bilbija (161)TV partnersArena Sport MY TVWebsitenfsbih. baCurrent: 2023–24 Premier League The Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnian: Premijer liga Bosne i Hercegovine; Croatian: Premijer liga Bosne i Hercegovine; Serbian: Премијер лига Босне и Херцеговине), also known as Liga 12, is the top tier football league in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and is operated by the Football Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Three different leagues played, no play-off contested, therefore no club got the right to play in European competition. 3 A play-off between the best placed teams of First League of Bosnia and Herzegovina and First League of Herzeg-Bosnia was played without clubs from First League of Republika Srpska. Three clubs got the right to play in European competition. Premier League Champions[edit] Since the 2000–01 season, the first tier of Bosnia and Herzegovina's football competition became the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Champions(Premier League titles) Third place Top scorer(s) 2000–011 Željezničar (2) Brotnjo Amar Osim (1) Dželaludin Muharemović (Željezničar) 2001–021 Željezničar (3) Amar Osim (2) Ivica Huljev (Željezničar) 15 2002–03 Leotar (1) Milan Jovin (1) Emir Obuća (Sarajevo) 24 2003–04 Široki Brijeg (1) Alen Škoro (Sarajevo) 20 2004–05 Zrinjski (1) Franjo Džidić (1) Zoran Rajović (Zrinjski) 17 2005–06 Široki Brijeg (2) Zrinjski Ivica Barbarić (1) Petar Jelić (Modriča) 19 2006–07 Sarajevo (2) Slavija Husref Musemić (1) Stevo Nikolić (Modriča) Dragan Benić (Borac) 2007–08 Modriča (1) Čelik Zenica Slaviša Božičić (1) Darko Spalević (Slavija) 18 2008–09 Zrinjski (2) Sloboda Tuzla Dragan Jović (1) 2009–10 Željezničar (4) Borac Amar Osim (3) Feđa Dudić (Travnik) 2010–11 Borac (1) Vlado Jagodić (1) Ivan Lendrić (Zrinjski) 2011–12 Željezničar (5) Amar Osim (4) Eldin Adilović (Željezničar) 2012–13 Željezničar (6) Amar Osim (5) Emir Hadžić (Sarajevo) 2013–14 Zrinjski (3) Branko Karačić (1) Wagner (Široki Brijeg) 2014–15 Sarajevo (3) Dženan Uščuplić (1) Riad Bajić (Željezničar) 2015–16 Zrinjski (4) Vinko Marinović (1) Leon Benko (Sarajevo) 2016–17 Zrinjski (5) Blaž Slišković (1) Ivan Lendrić (Željezničar) 2017–18 Zrinjski (6) Blaž Slišković (2) Miloš Filipović (Zrinjski) 2018–19 Sarajevo (4) Husref Musemić (2) Sulejman Krpić (Željezničar) 2019–20[nb 1] Sarajevo (5) Vinko Marinović (2) Mersudin Ahmetović (Sarajevo) 2020–21 Borac (2) Velež Marko Maksimović (1) Nemanja Bilbija (Zrinjski) 2021–22 Zrinjski (7) Sergej Jakirović (1) 33 2022–23 Zrinjski (8) Krunoslav Rendulić (1) 1 Played without clubs from the Republika Srpska entity of BiH which have only taken part in the league since 2002. Premier League creation 2000–01[edit] Full and final agreement on unified N/FSBiH and its competition, Premier League BiH (Premijer Liga), happened in the fall 2000. However, the first 2000–01 season seen clubs from Federation of BiH only, while clubs from Republic of Srpska entity continue to compete in their own separate league as their entity association still refused to join agreed unified N/FSBiH and its new competition. However, UEFA and FIFA never intended to recognize this separate organization nor its competition, which meant clubs could not compete outside territory of the entity and would not compete internationally. This situation forced clubs to insist that their organization also join N/FSBiH, and two years later they became part of the competition for the season 2002–03. [[[LIVESTREAM TV>>>]!!]] Zrinjski Mostar Aston Villa uživo g 4. dec 2023. — 09.12. 08:00 ; Zrinjski. Aston Villa. 14.12. 09:45 ; Zrinjski. Sarajevo. 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