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NK Radnik Velika Gorica

NK Radnik
Full name NK Radnik Velika Gorica
Nickname(s) Šljakeri ("Workers")
Founded 1945
Dissolved 2009
Ground Stadion Radnika
Ground Capacity 10,000
Home colours
Away colours

NK Radnik was a Croatian football club based in the town of Velika Gorica in Zagreb County. The club played in Prva HNL between 1992 and 1994.

In summer of 2009, Radnik was abolished and by merging with local Polet Buševec formed a new club HNK Gorica. The newly formed club will carry on Radnik's legacy as a symbol of football in Turopolje region.

List of seasons

Season League Cup
Division P W D L F A Pts Pos
1992 2. HNL North 10 7 1 2 22 9 15 1st ↑
1992–93 1. HNL 30 9 7 14 30 52 25 13th
1993–94 1. HNL 34 3 2 29 17 109 8 18th ↓ R1
1994–95 2. HNL West 36 16 5 15 49 47 53 7th R1
1995–96 2. HNL West 34 10 7 17 44 55 37 13th
1996–97 2. HNL Centre 30 11 11 8 37 24 44 6th
1997–98 2. HNL Centre 32 16 10 6 47 27 58 6th
1998–99 3. HNL Centre 30 12 10 8 47 38 46 7th
1999–2000 3. HNL Centre 28 11 5 12 39 46 38 5th R1
2000–01 3. HNL Centre 30 17 4 9 75 43 55 4th
2001–02 3. HNL Centre 30 12 6 12 52 35 42 9th PR
2002–03 Zagreb County 29 19 4 6 90 38 61 3rd
2003–04 Zagreb County 30 17 6 7 63 24 57 3rd
2004–05 Zagreb County 30 23 2 5 100 26 71 1st
2005–06 Zagreb County 30 22 5 3 84 18 71 1st ↑
2006–07 3. HNL West 34 12 9 13 48 46 45 14th
2007–08 3. HNL West 34 13 5 16 47 48 44 10th
2008–09 3. HNL West 34 11 7 16 38 46 40 15th
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