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Fudbalski klub Sarajevo (English: Sarajevo Football Club) is a Bosnian professional football club based in Sarajevo, Sarajevo Canton, the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina and is one of the most successful clubs in the country.

This list includes major honours won by FK Sarajevo, records set by the club, its managers and players. The player records section includes details of the club's leading goalscorers and players with the most appearances in first-team competitions.

The club's record appearance maker is Ibrahim Biogradlić, who made 646 appearances between 1951 and 1967.[1] Dobrivoje Živkov is the club's record goalscorer, scoring 212 goals in all competitions (official and unofficial) during his career in FK Sarajevo.[2] The club's top goalscorer in official matches is legendary striker Asim Ferhatović, who found the back of the net on 100 separate occasions (198 in total).[3]

The following is a list of FK Sarajevo top goalscorers in both official and unofficial matches

The following is a list of FK Sarajevo top goalscorers in official matches[21]

Season by Season statistics from the club's foundation to the present.[22]

Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina top scorers

Name National team Appearances

Faruk Hadžibegić – Yugoslavia – 61 ap. Predrag Pašić – Yugoslavia – 11 ap. Mirsad Fazlagić – Yugoslavia – 19 ap. Davor Jozić – Yugoslavia – 27 ap. Safet Sušić – Yugoslavia ; Bosnia & Herzegovina – 54 & 2 ap. Boško Antić – Yugoslavia – 1 ap. Milenko Bajić – Yugoslavia – 1 ap. Srebrenko Repčić – Yugoslavia – 1 ap. Ibrahim Biogradlić – Yugoslavia – 1 ap. Lev Mantula – Yugoslavia – 1 ap. Zijad Švrakić – Yugoslavia – 4 ap. Mirza Kapetanović – Yugoslavia – 6 ap. Zijad Arslanagić – Yugoslavia – 1 ap. Džemal Berberović – Bosnia & Herzegovina – 33 ap. Safet Nadarević – Bosnia & Herzegovina – 30 ap. Mirza Varešanović – Bosnia & Herzegovina – 11 ap. Alen Škoro – Bosnia & Herzegovina – 4 ap. Mirsad Dedić – Bosnia & Herzegovina – 32 ap. Alen Avdić – Bosnia & Herzegovina – 3 ap. Senad Repuh – Bosnia & Herzegovina – 14 ap. Emir Granov – Bosnia & Herzegovina – 7 ap. Edin Prljača – Bosnia & Herzegovina – 4 ap. Emir Obuća – Bosnia & Herzegovina – 2 ap. Sead Kapetanović – Bosnia & Herzegovina – 15 ap. Samir Duro – Bosnia & Herzegovina – 7 ap. Haris Handžić – Bosnia & Herzegovina – 2 ap. Faruk Ihtijarević – Bosnia & Herzegovina – 11 ap. Džemo Smječanin – Bosnia & Herzegovina – 1 ap. Ivan Sesar – Bosnia & Herzegovina – 2 ap. Admir Raščić – Bosnia & Herzegovina – 2 ap. Ninoslav Milenković – Bosnia & Herzegovina – 15 ap. Semjon Milošević – Bosnia & Herzegovina – 1 ap. Gojko Cimirot – Bosnia & Herzegovina – 2 ap. Adis Jahović – Macedonia – 10 ap. Krste Velkoski – Macedonia – 7 ap. Ahmad Kallasi – Syria – 5 ap. Haris Duljević – Bosnia & Herzegovina – 5 ap. Mersudin Ahmetović – Bosnia & Herzegovina – 2 ap. Almir Bekić – Bosnia & Herzegovina – 1 ap.

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