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NK Iskra, commonly known as Iskra Bugojno or just Iskra (meaning "spark" in Bosnian) is a professional association football club from the town of Bugojno that is situated in central Bosnia and Herzegovina. Iskra plays its home matches on the Jaklić Stadium which has a capacity of 12,000 seats. After the breakup of Yugoslavia, Iskra played several seasons in the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and since the 2018–19 season, the club is the member of the Second League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina - West, one of two third-tier divisions in the country.

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  • NK Iskra, commonly known as Iskra Bugojno or just Iskra (meaning "spark" in Bosnian) is a professional association football club from the town of Bugojno that is situated in central Bosnia and Herzegovina. Iskra plays its home matches on the Jaklić Stadium which has a capacity of 12,000 seats. After the breakup of Yugoslavia, Iskra played several seasons in the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and since the 2018–19 season, the club is the member of the Second League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina - West, one of two third-tier divisions in the country.
  • NK Iskra, commonly known as Iskra Bugojno or just Iskra (meaning "spark" in Bosnian) is a professional association football club from the town of Bugojno that is situated in central Bosnia and Herzegovina. Iskra plays its home matches on the Jaklić Stadium which has a capacity of 12,000 seats. After the breakup of Yugoslavia, Iskra played several seasons in the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina, but since the 2018–19 season, the club has been playing in the Second League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Group West), one of two third-tier divisions in the country.
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  • NK Iskra, commonly known as Iskra Bugojno or just Iskra (meaning "spark" in Bosnian) is a professional association football club from the town of Bugojno that is situated in central Bosnia and Herzegovina. Iskra plays its home matches on the Jaklić Stadium which has a capacity of 12,000 seats. Founded in 1946, the club spent most of its history playing in lower Yugoslav divisions. Its greatest success in the Yugoslav period was winning the 1983–84 Yugoslav Second League West division, and participating in the 1984–85 Yugoslav First League, their only top level season during that period. Although they were immediately relegated in the 1984–85 season, they won the 1985 Mitropa Cup. After the breakup of Yugoslavia, Iskra played several seasons in the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and since the 2018–19 season, the club is the member of the Second League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina - West, one of two third-tier divisions in the country.
  • NK Iskra, commonly known as Iskra Bugojno or just Iskra (meaning "spark" in Bosnian) is a professional association football club from the town of Bugojno that is situated in central Bosnia and Herzegovina. Iskra plays its home matches on the Jaklić Stadium which has a capacity of 12,000 seats. Founded in 1946, the club spent most of its history playing in lower Yugoslav divisions. Its greatest success in the Yugoslav period was winning the 1983–84 Yugoslav Second League West division, and participating in the 1984–85 Yugoslav First League, their only top level season during that period. Although they were immediately relegated in the 1984–85 season, they won the 1985 Mitropa Cup. After the breakup of Yugoslavia, Iskra played several seasons in the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina, but since the 2018–19 season, the club has been playing in the Second League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Group West), one of two third-tier divisions in the country.
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