List of NK Maribor seasons

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Maribor players celebrating their ninth league title (29 May 2011, after the last round vs Domžale)
Maribor players celebrating the club's ninth league title

NK Maribor is an association football club from Maribor, Slovenia. Founded in 1960, the club joined the Football Association of Yugoslavia during the same year and was a member thereof until 1991 and the independence of Slovenia when the club joined the Football Association of Slovenia, where it remains to the present day.

Maribor was founded on 12 December 1960 when it entered the Republic League, the third tier of the Yugoslav football system.[1] During its time in the Yugoslav leagues, Maribor was one of only three Slovenian clubs to participate in the Yugoslav First League, the system's top division.[1] In 31 seasons before the independence of Slovenia in 1991, the club played five seasons in the top Yugoslav division, seventeen in the Second League and nine in the Third League (six seasons as part of the Republic League and three in the Inter-Republic League formed at the end of the 1980s).[2] Apart from winning the Yugoslav second division once and the third division five times, the club had no major success during its Yugoslav period;[2] the closest it came to winning a major trophy was in the 1967–68 season, when it reached the semi-finals of the Yugoslav Cup.[3]

Since 1991, Maribor has competed in the Slovenian PrvaLiga, the highest level of football in the country.[4] The team was one of the league's founding members and is one of only three clubs that has never been relegated from the top division.[4] The first major success for the club was during its first season as part of the Slovenian football system when it won the Slovenian Cup,[4] a feat it has repeated nine times to date.[5] The club has won the league championship 14 times in 26 seasons and is the most successful club in the country.[6] In 2009 the club also won the Slovenian Supercup for the first time, the last domestic trophy missing among the club's honours.[7]

During its history Maribor has played a total of 57 seasons.[8] In that time the club has spent 31 seasons as a member of a top division, 17 in the second division and 9 in the third.[8] To date, the club has won a total of 27 domestic trophies.[9] The team plays at the Ljudski vrt stadium since 1961 and played there even during the stadium's construction.[10] This list details the club's achievements in senior league and cup competitions, and the top scorers for each season.

Key

Champions Winners Runners-up Runners-up Promoted Relegated Top scorer in top division ♦

Domestic record

Correct as of 2016–17 NK Maribor season. For the season in progress see 2017–18 NK Maribor season. Top scorer's goal tallies are for league goals only. Due to differences in the competition's structure over time, NK Maribor competed in both the Yugoslav Cup and the Slovenian Cup, performances cannot easily be compared, and are therefore not available for sorting.

Season Division P W D L F A Pts Pos Cup Supercup Competition Result Name Goals
League Other Top scorer
List of year ranges, representing seasons, and displaying the numbers and types of accomplishments of awards by the team and its players during those timeframes
1960–61 Div 3 22 16 3 3 60 22 35 1st Winners &
N/A &
&
Tolic, StefanŠtefan Tolič 9
1961–62 Div 2 22 10 4 8 33 33 24 5th R2 N/A &
&
Pirc, BogdanBogdan Pirc 8
1962–63 Div 2 30 12 11 7 51 33 35 3rd R16 N/A &
&
Pirc, BogdanBogdan Pirc 17
1963–64 Div 2 30 17 6 7 57 21 40 2nd Runners-up &
N/A &
&
Pirc, BogdanBogdan Pirc 14
1964–65 Div 2 30 16 6 8 56 33 38 3rd &
N/A &
&
Pirc, BogdanBogdan Pirc 11
1965–66 Div 2 33 16 9 8 56 30 41 4th &
N/A &
&
Prosen, TomislavTomislav Prosen 15
1966–67 Div 2 34 23 10 1 68 17 56 1st Winners R16 N/A &
&
Marković, VitoVito Marković
Binkovski, BorisBoris Binkovski
11
1967–68 Div 1 30 8 11 11 38 53 27 11th SF N/A &
&
Kranjc, MladenMladen Kranjc 11
1968–69 Div 1 34 7 14 13 33 57 28 16th &
N/A &
&
Kranjc, MladenMladen Kranjc 11
1969–70 Div 1 34 13 7 14 40 51 33 10th &
N/A &
&
Kranjc, MladenMladen Kranjc 12
1970–71 Div 1 34 9 11 14 33 48 29 13th &
N/A Mitropa Cup R1 Kranjc, MladenMladen Kranjc 7
1971–72 Div 1 34 3 14 17 24 61 20 18th &
N/A &
&
Kranjc, MladenMladen Kranjc 13
1972–73 Div 2 34 20 10 4 69 23 50 2nd Runners-up QF N/A &
&
Horjak, BrankoBranko Horjak 22
1973–74 Div 2 34 12 8 14 46 42 32 13th R16 N/A &
&
Vučeković, SlobodanSlobodan Vučeković 13
1974–75 Div 2 34 9 15 10 37 46 33 15th N/A[B] N/A &
&
Horjak, BrankoBranko Horjak 17
1975–76 Div 3 26 23 1 2 86 21 47 1st Winners &
N/A &
&
Miljković, SlobodanSlobodan Miljković
Krempl, BojanBojan Krempl
16
1976–77 Div 2 34 14 7 13 44 49 35 8th &
N/A &
&
Horjak, BrankoBranko Horjak 17
1977–78 Div 2 34 13 12 9 47 39 38 4th R32 N/A &
&
Horjak, BrankoBranko Horjak 9
1978–79 Div 2 30 12 10 8 46 34 34 2nd Runners-up &
N/A &
&
Zolotić, SavoSavo Zolotić 8
1979–80 Div 2 30 13 5 12 47 38 31 5th QF N/A &
&
Turčik, JosipJosip Turčik 19
1980–81 Div 2[C] 30 14 8 8 50 48 36 10th &
N/A &
&
Turčik, JosipJosip Turčik 19
1981–82 Div 3 26 18 6 2 52 13 42 1st Winners R16 N/A &
&
Unknown[D] &
1982–83 Div 2 34 7 12 15 24 40 26 17th &
N/A &
&
Prelogar, JožeJože Prelogar
Zurman, MilanMilan Žurman
6
1983–84 Div 3 26 22 1 3 74 11 35 1st Winners R32 N/A &
&
Kek, MatjažMatjaž Kek 20
1984–85 Div 2 34 11 6 17 39 47 28 16th &
N/A &
&
Kek, MatjažMatjaž Kek 10
1985–86 Div 3 26 17 6 3 66 18 40 1st Winners R16 N/A &
&
Prelogar, JožeJože Prelogar 30
1986–87 Div 2 34 11 6 17 36 59 28 16th R16 N/A &
&
Zurman, MilanMilan Žurman 15
1987–88 Div 3 26 16 6 4 40 17 38 2nd Runners-up &
N/A &
&
Verle, MetodMetod Verle 9
1988–89 Div 3 34 12 9 13 30 32 30 10th R32 N/A &
&
Zurman, MilanMilan Žurman 6
1989–90 Div 3 34 12 7 15 38 36 29 11th R32 N/A &
&
Poznič, IgorIgor Poznič 11
1990–91 Div 3 34 14 5 15 34 37 31 8th &
N/A &
&
Poznič, IgorIgor Poznič 10
1991–92 Div 1[E] 40 25 9 6 76 29 59 2nd Runners-up W Winners N/A &
&
Poznič, IgorIgor Poznič 27
1992–93 Div 1 34 18 12 4 50 20 48 2nd Runners-up R16 N/A UEFA Cup Winners' Cup R1 Simundza, AnteAnte Šimundža
Bičakčić, MirsadMirsad Bičakčić
12
1993–94 Div 1 30 16 10 4 55 24 42 3rd W Winners N/A UEFA Cup R2 Bozgo, KlitonKliton Bozgo 13
1994–95 Div 1 30 17 8 5 61 23 42 2nd Runners-up SF N/A UEFA Cup Winners' Cup R1 Simundza, AnteAnte Šimundža 9
1995–96 Div 1 36 14 11 11 47 32 53 4th R16 &
UEFA Cup R1 Simundza, AnteAnte Šimundža
Zidan, GregorGregor Židan
7
1996–97 Div 1 36 21 8 7 71 34 71 1st Winners W Winners &
UEFA Intertoto Cup G Drobne, OskarOskar Drobne 14
1997–98 Div 1 36 24 4 8 69 34 76 1st Winners QF N/A


Kmetec, MarkoMarko Kmetec 10
1998–99 Div 1 33 19 9 5 72 29 66 1st Winners W Winners N/A


Bozgo, KlitonKliton Bozgo 15
1999–2000 Div 1 33 25 6 2 90 30 81 1st Winners SF N/A UEFA Champions League G[F] Bozgo, KlitonKliton Bozgo 24 ♦
2000–01 Div 1 33 18 8 7 61 36 62 1st Winners QF N/A UEFA Champions League QR Kvas, AndrejAndrej Kvas 9
2001–02 Div 1 33 19 9 5 64 23 66 1st Winners SF N/A UEFA Champions League QR Duro, SamirSamir Duro 15
2002–03 Div 1 31 18 8 5 56 31 62 1st Winners QF N/A UEFA Champions League QR Rakovič, ErminErmin Rakovič 13
2003–04 Div 1 32 15 9 8 51 34 54 3rd W Winners N/A UEFA Champions League QR Pekič, DamirDamir Pekič 12
2004–05 Div 1 32 15 6 11 47 36 51 7th SF N/A UEFA Cup R1 Bozgo, KlitonKliton Bozgo 18 ♦
2005–06 Div 1 36 16 6 14 51 42 54 4th SF N/A &
&
Pregelj, MartinMartin Pregelj 8
2006–07 Div 1 36 15 12 9 64 50 57 3rd F Runners-up N/A


Makriev, DimitarDimitar Makriev 13
2007–08 Div 1 36 14 10 12 55 46 52 4th F Runners-up &
UEFA Intertoto Cup R2 Makriev, DimitarDimitar Makriev 10
2008–09 Div 1 36 17 12 7 62 44 63 1st Winners SF &
&
&
Tavares, MarcosMarcos Tavares 15
2009–10 Div 1 36 18 8 10 58 44 63 2nd Runners-up W Winners W Winners


Jelić, DraganDragan Jelić 15
2010–11 Div 1 36 21 12 3 65 25 75 1st Winners F Runners-up F Runners-up UEFA Europa League PR Tavares, MarcosMarcos Tavares 16 ♦
2011–12 Div 1 36 26 7 3 88 35 85 1st Winners W Winners F Runners-up


Volaš, DaliborDalibor Volaš 17
2012–13 Div 1 36 24 6 6 80 35 78 1st Winners W Winners W Winners


Tavares, MarcosMarcos Tavares 17 ♦
2013–14 Div 1 36 24 5 7 78 31 77 1st Winners F Runners-up W Winners


Fajić, NusmirNusmir Fajić 16
2014–15 Div 1 36 24 7 5 74 32 79 1st Winners F Runners-up W Winners UEFA Champions League G Tavares, MarcosMarcos Tavares 17 ♦
2015–16 Div 1 36 19 11 6 78 37 68 2nd Runners-up W Winners F UEFA Champions League QR Mendy, Jean-PhilippeJean-Philippe Mendy 17 ♦
2016–17 Div 1 36 21 10 5 63 30 73 1st Winners SF N/A UEFA Europa League PR Zahović, LukaLuka Zahović 15

Footnotes

  • A The Slovenian Republic League, the highest football league in SR Slovenia, was regarded as the third level league within the Yugoslav football system for most of the time. In 1988 Football Association of Yugoslavia reorganized its competitions and replaced the Republic leagues with the newly formed Inter-Republic league which effectively became the third tier of Yugoslav football.[11]
  • B The 1974–75 Yugoslav Cup edition was not held,[12] due to the rescheduling purposes as the Football Association of Yugoslavia had decided to move the date of cup final from 29 November (or Republic Day, the anniversary of the establishment of communist Yugoslavia) to on or around 25 May (or Youth Day, a national holiday which doubled as the official celebration of Josip Broz Tito's birthday). As a direct consequence, the 1975–76 Cup edition was contested for almost two years.[13]
  • C The club was relegated after a verdict by the Disciplinary Committee of the Football Association of Yugoslavia due to the 'Ball' (Žoga) bribery scandal.[14]
  • D The club's top scorer in the 1981–82 season is unknown due to insufficient data. During that season in the third division the two top scorers were Bojan Krempl (9) and Milan Žurman (7). However, due to the lost archives it is unclear if either of the players were among goal scorers during the match against Ptuj, played on 4 April 1982 and won by Maribor with the score 5–1.[15]
  • E After the independence of Slovenia in 1991, Maribor joined the Football Association of Slovenia, the governing body of Slovenian football. The team was one of the founding members of the Slovenian PrvaLiga and played there ever since.[4]
  • F Maribor is the only Slovenian club to have appeared in the group stages of the UEFA Champions League.[16]
  • G UEFA acknowledges Maribor as one of the winners of the 2006 UEFA Intertoto Cup,[17] however, the trophy itself was awarded to Newcastle United, the team that advanced farthest in UEFA competitions that season.[18]
  • H Maribor is the only Slovenian club to have appeared in the group stages of the UEFA Europa League.[19]

References

General
  • "NK Maribor Statistics". NK Maribor official website. Retrieved 26 July 2011. 
Specific
  1. ^ a b NK Maribor. "Zgodovina: 1961–1970" (in Slovenian). NK Maribor official website. Retrieved 8 June 2011. 
  2. ^ a b NK Maribor. "Zgodovina NK Maribor" (in Slovenian). NK Maribor official website. Retrieved 8 June 2011. 
  3. ^ Dinant Abbink (6 June 2008). "Cup of Yugoslavia 1967/68". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF). Retrieved 8 June 2011. 
  4. ^ a b c d NK Maribor. "Zgodovina: 1991–2000" (in Slovenian). NK Maribor official website. Retrieved 8 June 2011. 
  5. ^ Nogometna Zveza Slovenije (NZS). "Zgodovina tekmovanja" (in Slovenian). Football Association of Slovenia official website. Retrieved 8 June 2011. 
  6. ^ Nogometna Zveza Slovenije (NZS). "Dosedanji zmagovalci" (in Slovenian). nzs.si. Retrieved 8 June 2011. 
  7. ^ A.G. (8 July 2008). "Bunderla Mariboru priigral prvi superpokal" (in Slovenian). RTV Slovenija. Retrieved 8 June 2011. 
  8. ^ a b NK Maribor. "Zgodovina: Statistika" (in Slovenian). NK Maribor official website. Retrieved 8 June 2011. 
  9. ^ NK Maribor. "Osebna izkaznica" (in Slovenian). NK Maribor official website. Retrieved 8 June 2011. 
  10. ^ NK Maribor. "Ljudski vrt: Zgodovina" (in Slovenian). NK Maribor official website. Retrieved 8 June 2011. 
  11. ^ NK Maribor. "Zgodovina: 1981–1990" (in Slovenian). NK Maribor official website. Retrieved 22 August 2011. 
  12. ^ BIH Soccer. "Kup Jugoslavije (Kup Maršala Tita)" (in Bosnian). bihsoccer. Retrieved 22 August 2011. 
  13. ^ BIH Soccer. "Prvenstva i kupovi Jugoslavije" (in Bosnian). bihsoccer. Retrieved 22 August 2011. 
  14. ^ Elwood (16 September 2003). "Zgodovina Maribora" (in Slovenian). nkmaribor.si. Retrieved 6 June 2011. 
  15. ^ NK Maribor. "Zapisnik: Maribor – Ptuj" (in Slovenian). NK Maribor official website. Retrieved 21 August 2011. 
  16. ^ NK Maribor. "Deseta obletnica lige prvakov" (in Slovenian). NK Maribor official website. Retrieved 25 July 2011. 
  17. ^ Union of European Football Associations (UEFA). "NK Maribor Profile". UEFA official website. Retrieved 6 June 2011. 
  18. ^ "Newcastle to lift Intertoto Cup". BBC Sport. 16 December 2006. Retrieved 6 June 2011. 
  19. ^ T.O. (25 August 2011). "Maribor junaško zdržal pritisk Ibrox Parka" (in Slovenian). RTV Slovenija. Retrieved 24 April 2012. 

External links

  • Official website (in Slovene)
  • Official supporters' website (in Slovene)
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