Nogometni klub Zagreb (English: Zagreb Football Club), commonly known as NK Zagreb or simply Zagreb (pronounced [zâːɡreb]), is an amateur Croatian football club based in the Croatian capital city of Zagreb, currently playing in the Četvrta HNL Center, which is a fourth tier league competition in the Croatian football league system. The club was founded in 1908 as HŠK Zagreb, meaning Hrvatski Športski Klub Zagreb (English: Croatian Athletic Club Zagreb). In 2018 after managing Stadion Kranjčevićeva as their home ground since 1946 for 72 years, NK Zagreb was denied of new managing contract by the city's officials which in the end led to eviction from the venue in October 2018. So, as of 2018–19 season NK Zagreb is using their training camp ZAGREBello venue as a home ground for its official f

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  • Nogometni klub Zagreb (English: Zagreb Football Club), commonly known as NK Zagreb or simply Zagreb (pronounced [zâːɡreb]), is an amateur Croatian football club based in the Croatian capital city of Zagreb, currently playing in the Četvrta HNL Center, which is a fourth tier league competition in the Croatian football league system. The club was founded in 1908 as HŠK Zagreb, meaning Hrvatski Športski Klub Zagreb (English: Croatian Athletic Club Zagreb). In 2018 after managing Stadion Kranjčevićeva as their home ground since 1946 for 72 years, NK Zagreb was denied of new managing contract by the city's officials which in the end led to eviction from the venue in October 2018. So, as of 2018–19 season NK Zagreb is using their training camp ZAGREBello venue as a home ground for its official fixtures which is located in Veslačka street. The team's traditional home colours are white shirts, shorts and socks which is the reason why they are referred to as Bijeli in Croatian, meaning "The Whites". Another popular nickname of the club is "The Poets", Pjesnici in Croatian, due to their former location of home ground at Kranjčevićeva street which is named after Croatian poet Silvije Strahimir Kranjčević. So far, NK Zagreb has won the Croatian Football Championship only once, in the 2001–02 season under the guidance of Zlatko Kranjčar which had been the first time since its establishment in 1992 that the Croatian champion was not Dinamo Zagreb or Hajduk Split, an achievement that was repeated only once 15 years later by HNK Rijeka in 2016–17 season. Another rarity that NK Zagreb achieved in the Croatian football happened in 2013–14 season when they won Croatian Second Football League, thus becoming the only football club in Croatia to ever hold titles in both first and second division. Also, NK Zagreb participated several times in the European competitions like UEFA Champions League (2), UEFA Cup Winners' Cup (4), UEFA Intertoto Cup (10) and Inter-Cities Fairs Cup (10). (en)
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  • Nogometni klub Zagreb (English: Zagreb Football Club), commonly known as NK Zagreb or simply Zagreb (pronounced [zâːɡreb]), is an amateur Croatian football club based in the Croatian capital city of Zagreb, currently playing in the Četvrta HNL Center, which is a fourth tier league competition in the Croatian football league system. The club was founded in 1908 as HŠK Zagreb, meaning Hrvatski Športski Klub Zagreb (English: Croatian Athletic Club Zagreb). In 2018 after managing Stadion Kranjčevićeva as their home ground since 1946 for 72 years, NK Zagreb was denied of new managing contract by the city's officials which in the end led to eviction from the venue in October 2018. So, as of 2018–19 season NK Zagreb is using their training camp ZAGREBello venue as a home ground for its official f (en)
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