The organized supporters of the club are known as Sokolovi (The Falcons).

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Event details: NAME: Sloboda Tuzla - Slavija Sarajevo DATE: December 5, 2015 TIME: 12:00 UTC VENUE: Stadion Tusanj, Tuzla , Bosnia & Herzegovina

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It wasn't until 1911 that ĐSK played its debut match, defeating a selection of Vienna soldiers 4–2.

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Football was not played in Kingdom of Yugoslavia during 1933–34 season, so the next opportunity came in 1934–35. The league now featured 10 teams, and Slavija again barely avoided relegation, finishing third from the bottom with 7 wins, 1 draw, and 10 losses.

In 1940, the club participated at the 1940 Mitropa Cup which ended up abandoned due to the beginning of the war. Slavija lost in the quarter-finals to Ferencvaros in a dramatic 11–1 comeback from the Hungarians in Budapest, after losing to Slavija by 3–0 in Sarajevo in the first round.[4] Slavija was led by the notable Hungarian manager Wilmos Wilhelm.[5]

Dominantly the club of Serbs, Slavija was by far the most successful club from Bosnia and Herzegovina during the interbellum, having played 11 top league seasons (out of possible 16) in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes and Kingdom of Yugoslavia. The only other Bosnia-based club that made it to top national level was Croat-dominated SAŠK (six seasons).

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These players played in the club and have played in national teams:[6]

Next chance for top flight football came in 1932–33 season. By then the competition changed format once more as it was now played in fall-spring league rhythm and expanded to 11 clubs. Slavija finished 9th in the league with 7 wins, 2 draws, and 11 losses, which was just enough to stay afloat.

The 1930 season saw the return to top flight that now featured six clubs and was played in league system. Slavija finished the season in 5th place with 2 wins, 2 draws, and 6 losses, all of which wasn't enough to avoid the drop.

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Fudbalski klub Slavija Sarajevo (Serbian Cyrillic: Фудбалски клуб Славија Сарајево) is a football club from Istočno Sarajevo, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Slavija Sarajevo is a member of the Football Association of Republika Srpska and it is active in the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The club's home stadium is Gradski SRC Slavija Stadium.

The next season was virtually identical with 7 wins, 4 draws, and 7 losses that again translated to 5th place in the table. A small consolation was that this was the first time season played in the league system that Slavija didn't have more losses than wins.

Football quickly became an afterthought and SSK was completely inactive all throughout World War I. After the end of war and the creation of Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, SSK reactivated in 1919.

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Slavija's first appearance in the Kingdom's top football competition took place in 1924. It featured only seven clubs and was played in cup system. Slavija didn't had luck cause they got as opponents in the quarterfinal Belgrade's SK Jugoslavija, which crashed them 2–5 and later became champions that season.

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In 1921, SSK changed its name to SK Slavija and competed in thetop level of the Sarajevo Subassociation. Over the next few years Slavija built a 4,000-capacity stadium in Marijin Dvor area of Sarajevo. In line with its student background the club devoted its potential to developing young players.

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Event details: NAME: Slavija Sarajevo - Zrinjski Mostar DATE: April 3, 2016 TIME: 13:00 UTC VENUE: Gradski Stadion SRC, Istočno Sarajevo , Bosnia & Herzegovina

The competition for the 1936–37 returned to 10 clubs and league system. Encouraged by their previous season's historic runner-up success, Slavija entered the new campaign with high hopes. They were soon dashed, however, as the club recorded 7 wins, 3 draws, and 8 losses, which was enough for a mid-table 5th-place finish.