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FC Koper have been crowned champions of Slovenia with four matches to spare following a 2-0 win away to NK Rudar Velenje on Saturday, their 20th victory of the season.

Koper goals always listed first. Score results denote: "Home, Away".

With defending champions NK Maribor held to a goalless draw at NK Domžale, Koper took full advantage at Rudar through goals from Mitja Brulc and Dare Vršič to become just the fifth side in the league's 18-year history to win the title. With four games to play Nedzad Okcic's side hold a 15-point advantage over Maribor who they host next week in a game that will now have no bearing on the title outcome.

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"We worked hard for this, so this title is big success for our club," said coach Nedžad Okčič. "I am glad we were able to finish our work in Velenje.'' Captain Miran Pavlin added: ''This was our last step. I was able to implement a winning mentality in our squad. Other players understood that. Our style pf play was based on a strong attack." 

The club's home ground is the Bonifika Stadium, which has a capacity of 4,047 seats. The club competes under the name Luka Koper due to sponsorship agreement with the Port of Koper.

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The Bonifika is the team's home stadium, which is named after the area where it is situated in the town of Koper. The stadium was built in 1947.[7] In 2010, the old stadium was demolished and completely rebuild.[8] It has a capacity for 4,047 spectators.[9] The largest attendance was in 1987 in a match between Koper and Olimpija (10,000 spectators).

Football Club Koper, commonly referred to as FC Koper or simply Koper, is a Slovenian football club, playing in the town of Koper. The club was founded in 1920.[1] Koper is one of five football clubs in the country that won all three domestic competitions (League, Cup and Supercup).

El estadio SRC Bonifika es el estadio polivalente de Koper. Toma el nombre de la zona en la que se ha realizado (Bonifika, en castellano bonificación). Construido en 1962, tenía originalmente un aforo de 3557 espectadores, que aumentó a 4500 tras la reforma de 1996. Recientemente se han terminado los trabajos de reforma de la instalación, con una tribuna nueva y la renovación de toda la instalación de alumbrado. Cuenta con una capacidad de 4190 espectadores.

El FC Koper es un club de fútbol de Eslovenia de la ciudad de Koper. Fue fundado en 1920 y se desempeña en la liga Prva SNL. En 1955 se fusionaron con el Meduza Koper para ser el NK Koper.

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