Years in brackets indicate their spells at the club.

The club's most famous former player is Croatia's Davor Šuker, who won the Golden Boot at the 1998 World Cup.

1. UNIVERSITY OF PORTO (POR)2. URAL FEDERAL UNIVERSITY (RUS)3. UNIVERSITY OF MONTPELLIER (FRA)4. UNIVERSITY OF SONG OG FJORDANE (NOR)5. UNIVERSITY OF WURZBURG (GER)6. UNIVERSITY OF MARBURG (GER)7. UNIVERSITY OF OSIJEK (CRO)

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Golgeterske sposobnosti spretnog centarfora dovele su ga i do reprezentacije te nastupa na Svjetskom prvenstvu

In the 2000–01 UEFA Cup, Osijek beat the Danish club Brøndby (2–1 on aggregate) and Rapid Wien (4–1 on aggregate) but were eliminated by Slavia Prague in the third round, when they won 2–0 but were beaten 5–1 in Prague. In 2000, Osijek were the Croatian league's autumn champions, but finished the championship in third place. They equaled their best league finish in the 2007–08 season, finishing third for the sixth time.

NK Osijek's early roots are found in club called NK Udarnik that was formed in 1945 under FPR Yugoslavia's new communist authorities after the dissolution of HŠK Slavija. Slavija was founded in 1916 and competed in several editions of the national league of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia between 1923 and 1940.

Until the 1980s, the club played mostly in the Yugoslav Second League. In 1973, Osijek played Zagreb in a play-off for promotion to the First Division. In the second leg in Zagreb, Osijek lost on penalties in front of a record 64,000 attendance.[citation needed] In 1977, the club were promoted to the top division, where with the exception of one season, they remained until the collapse of Yugoslavia. Their best league position was sixth place in 1984.[1]

NK Osijek će simbolično uplatiti iznos od 10.000 kuna Gradu Vukovaru za obnovu legendarnog Vodotornja

NK Osijek Academy are the youth team of NK Osijek. There are a total of six age categories within the academy, the oldest being the Junior Team and youngest being the Limači Team. Among notable academy graduates are Dino Špehar and Domagoj Vida.[citation needed]

NK Osijek host domestic matches at Stadion Gradski vrt which has a capacity of 22,050.

Momčad Gorana Popovića je prvenstveno radna i teži kolektivnoj igri u svakom svom nastupu

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Slavonian derby match between the two largest Croatia Football Club from eastern Croatia, Osijek and Cibalia. Each new match these two great rivals, means a great match on the field, but also in the stands where the overruling of Kohorta from Osijek and Ultrasi from Vinkovci.

U sedam trećeligaških nastupa, Bijelo-plavi su ostvarili tri pobjede, dvaput su remizirali, uz dva poraza

FINAL STANDINGS MEN1. UNIVERSITY OF BOCHUM (GER)2. KUBAN STATE UNIVERSITY (RUS)3. UNIVERSITY OF MINHO (POR)4. UNIVERSITY OF FRANCE-COMTE (FRA)5. UNIVERSITY OF CONSTANTIN BRANC (ROU)6. UNIVERSITY OF PAMUKKALE (TUR)7. UNIVERSITY OF OSIJEK (CRO)8. UNIVERSITY OF JYVASKYLA (FIN)9. UNIVERSITY OF ALMERIA (ESP)10. URAL FEDERAL UNIVERSITY (RUS)11. GDANSK UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY (POL)12. ABO AKADEMI UNIVERSITY (FIN)13. UNIVESRSITY OF STIRLING (GBR)14. UNIVERISITY OF OSLO (NOR)

The next European Universities Football Championship will take place in July 2017 in Porto, Portugal, and the next EUSA sporting event featuring football will be the 3rd European Universities Games Zagreb-Rijeka 2016.

Dinamo i Hajduk stvorili su dosta prilika u svom međusobnom dvoboju, a najbolji pojedinac susreta bio je reprezentativni vratar Kalinić.

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NK Osijek is a football club from Osijek in eastern Croatia. Founded in 1947, it was the club from Slavonia with most seasons in the Yugoslav First League, and, after the independence of Croatia in 1992, it is part of the four clubs that were never relegated from the Croatian First League, the others being Dinamo Zagreb, Hajduk Split and Rijeka.

In the following table, defunct competitions are listed in italics.

In 1946, NK Udarnik and another local club NK Jedinstvo, merged to form a new entity – NK Slavonija. On 2 February 1947, NK Slavonija merged with NK Bratstvo, again creating a new club, NK Proleter, a date that marks the formation of the present club NK Osijek.[citation needed] The club's colours were red and blue, which in the 1970s were changed to white and blue.

Posebno „raspucani“ bili su Juniori II protiv Šokadije i Pioniri II u dvoboju s vršnjacima iz BSK-a

Source: uefa.com, Last updated on 26 July 2012 Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against. Defunct competitions indicated in italics.

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Tada je NK Proleter konačno uspio izboriti prvoligaški status u bivšoj Jugoslaviji nakon uspješno odrađenih kvalifikacija

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The club entered the Yugoslav First League for the first time in 1953. On 1 September 1962, NK Proleter merged with the Boxing and Athletic Club Mladost and formed a multi-sport organisation called Sportsko društvo Slavonija (Slavonija Sporting Society). The football club started competing under the name NK Slavonija.

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