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NK Triglav Kranj

This article is about the football club established in 1997. For the dissolved club, see NK Triglav Kranj (defunct).

Triglav Kranj
Club crest
Full name Nogometni Klub Triglav Kranj
Nickname(s) Orli (The Eagles)
Founded 1997[1]
Ground Stanko Mlakar Stadium,
Kranj, Slovenia
Ground Capacity 2,029[2]
President Beno Fekonja[3]
Head Coach Siniša Brkić
League Slovenian PrvaLiga
2012–13 8th
Website Club home page
Home colours
Away colours

Nogometni Klub Triglav Kranj (English: Triglav Kranj Football Club), commonly referred to as NK Triglav Kranj or simply Triglav, is a Slovenian football club from Kranj. The team currently plays in the Slovenian PrvaLiga.


Triglav Kranj have an ultras group, which is called the Small Faces.

Current squad

As of 15 September 2013

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Slovenia GK Darjan Curanovič
2 Slovenia DF Uroš Smolej
3 Slovenia DF Klemen Šturm
4 Slovenia MF Edvin Zolić
5 Slovenia DF Lamin Diallo
6 Slovenia FW Tilen Klemenčič
7 Slovenia MF Matic Sever
8 Slovenia MF Matej Peternel
9 Slovenia FW Mustafa Nukić
10 Slovenia MF Alen Krcič
11 Cameroon MF Dinnyuy Kongnyuy
12 Slovenia GK Matik Pečnik
14 Slovenia FW Ajdin Redžič
15 Slovenia DF Matija Boben
16 Slovenia FW Gašper Udovič
17 Serbia DF Vlado Šmit
18 Slovenia FW Milan Đajić
19 Slovenia MF Luka Lavrinc
No. Position Player
20 Slovenia MF Nejc Križaj
21 Slovenia GK Gregor Sorčan
23 Slovenia MF Jalen Pokorn
24 Slovenia FW Tilen Mlakar
25 Slovenia DF Darko Djukić
27 Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Elvir Koljić
28 Slovenia GK Žan Pelko
29 Serbia MF Nenad Perović
30 Slovenia FW Momir Bojič
33 Slovenia FW Davor Bubanja
37 Slovenia FW Uroš Palibrk
45 Slovenia MF Igor Bukara
55 Slovenia DF Petar Stojnić
66 Slovenia MF Bernard Stjepanović
88 Republic of Macedonia MF Hristiyan Denkovski
99 Slovenia FW Luka Majcen
Slovenia MF Jan Lenič



Winners (2): 1997–98, 2000–01
Runners-up (1): 2009–10

Notable former players


  • Slovenia Brane Pavlin
  • Slovenia Siniša Brkić (1 July 2008–8 April 2013)
  • Slovenia Dušan Kosič (10 April 2013–30 September 2013)
  • Slovenia Siniša Brkić (1 October 2013–)


External links

  • Official website (Slovene)
  • Twitter profile
  • PrvaLiga profile (Slovene)
  • Facebook
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