- In 2017, the “A” national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina played seven games in which it had 4 wins, 1 draw and 2 defeats.
The 2018 World Cup Qualifiers, our team finished third in group H, behind Belgium and Greece, and ahead of Estonia, Cyprus and Gibraltar.
- The BH U-21team started qualifications for the 2019 European U-21 Championship in Group 8, in which it beat Liechtenstein (6:0), Portugal (3:1) and Wales (4:0), while was defeated by Switzerland (0:1) and Romania (1:3). In addition to qualifying games, the U-21 team also played a friendly match with Montenegro, which ended with a draw 1:1.
- The BH women’s “A” national team played three qualifying matches for the 2019 FIFA World Women’s Championship in Group 1, in which it won Kazakhstan with 2:0 and was defeated by England (0:4) and Wales (0:1).
In March 2017, the women's “A” team participated in the Istra Cup in Croatia, where they lost in the final against Slovakia 2:0. On the way to the finals, our best football players beat France “B” (2:0) and Hungary (2:0), while they had a draw with Croatia (0:0).
- The elite round of qualifications for the European U-19 championship 2016/17, the BH U-19 team finished second in group 5 behind Bulgaria, and ahead of Israel and France.
Our juniors (U-19 players) finished qualifications for European U-19 championship 2017/18 as second in group 11, and they again qualified to the elite round. On the tournament held in Bijeljina, the BH team left Georgia and Andorra behind, while the first place in the group was won by France.
- The BH U-17 team took the second place in group 7 in the elite round of qualifications for the European U-17 Championship 2016/17, behind England, and ahead of Slovenia and the Czech Republic, and for the second time in a row, it qualified for the big competition.
In the European U-17 Championship, in Group C, the elects of Sakib Malkočević beat Serbia with 1:0, while they were defeated by Germany (0:5) and the Republic of Ireland (1:2).
In the qualifications for the European U-17 Championship 2017/18, the BH cadets (U-17 players) won first place in Group 8 ahead of Slovakia, Macedonia and Moldova, and qualified once again to the elite round.
The 6th International Memorial Tournament “Josip Katalinski-Škija” was held in April, where the BH U-16 team won the City of Belgrade with 2:0 in the semi-finals, while in the final match, it was better than Montenegro after the penalty-kicks.
- The BH U-15 team played 6 friendly matches in which it had 2 wins, 1 draw and 3 defeats. The BH pioneers (U-15 players) also took part in a friendly tournament in Paris, on which as their opponents they had France, Japan and Morocco, and they were defeated in all three matches.
- The BH futsal team took the third place behind Azerbaijan and Hungary and ahead of Albania in the qualifying Group B for the 2018 European Futsal Championship.
Our futsal team also played three friendly matches in which it had a draw with Finland (2:2), while it was defeated by Slovenia (3:6) and Poland (1:3).
- The BH U-19 women’s team took the fourth place behind Serbia, Finland and Israel in the qualifying group 11 in Finland for the European Women’s U-19 Championship 2017/18.
- In the elite round of qualifications for the European U-17 Women’s Championship 2016/17, at the tournament held in Sarajevo and Doboj Kakanj, The BH U-17 women’s team took the last place in group 2 behind Norway, Denmark and Wales.
In the qualifications for the European U-17 Women’s Championship 2017/18, at the tournament of group 4 held in Zenica and Doboj-Kakanj, our female cadets (U-17 women’s players) won the second place and qualified again to the elite round. The first in the group was the Republic of Ireland, while behind our team were Greece and Romania.
- The champion of the BH Premier League in the season 2017/18 is HŠK Zrinjski, while in the competition of the women’s senior teams, SFK 2000 Sarajevo is a title holder. The champion of BH in futsal is FC Mostar SG Staklorad.
- The winner of the Cup of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the men’s competition is NK Široki Brijeg, while SFK 2000 Sarajevo is in the women’s competition. The BH Futsal Cup was won by FC Mostar SG Staklorad from Mostar.
- In youth categories, the BH champions are FK Željezničar U-19 team, FK Sarajevo U-17 team and FK Borac U-15 team. The U-19 team of Sarajevo is the winner of the BH Cup.
- A BH representative in the UEFA Champions League, Zrinjski was eliminated in the second qualifying round by the champion of Slovenia, Maribor. In the Europa League, Željezničar and Široki Brijeg finished the competition in the second qualifying round, while Sarajevo was stopped at the first barrier of the Moldavian Zarie Balti after the penalty kicks. Željezničar eliminated Montenegrin Zeta in the first qualifying round, while in the second it was stopped by the Swedish AIK. Široki Brijeg was defeated by Aberdeen (Scotland) in the second qualifying round, while in the first one it was better than the representative of Kazakhstan, the Ordabasy team.
- In the UEFA Women’s Champions League, SFK 2000 Sarajevo took the third place in the qualifying group 10, behind PAOK (Greece) and Vllaznia (Albania), and ahead of Bettembourg (Luxembourg).
- FC Mostar SG Staklorad won the first place in the qualifying group E for the UEFA Futsal Cup, ahead of Arnavutko (Turkey), Narva (Estonia) and Flamuntari (Albania), so it was qualified to the main round, where, in the group 8, it finished the competition in the fourth place behind FC Deva (Romania), Araz Naxcivan (Azerbaijan) and Luxol St Andrews FC (Malta).
- The U-19 team of FK Željezničar reached the play-off in the UEFA Youth League after eliminating the Bulgarian Ludogorets in the first round and Croatian Lokomotiva from Zagreb in the second round.
- A manifestation of selection the best players and goalkeepers of the BH Telecom Premier League, the BH Premier Women’s League and the BH Premier Futsal League for the season2016/17, was held at the “Terme” Hotel in Ilidža on 2nd June.
Miroslav Stevanović (Željezničar) was selected as the best player of the Premier League, while the best goalkeeper is Kenan Pirić (Zrinjski). The best scorer of the league is Ivan Lendrić (Željezničar) who scored 19 goals.
Mehmed Janjoš (FK Sarajevo) was named as the best head coach.
The best women’s senior player is Nikolina Milović from Radnik Bumerang, while Almina Hodžić from SFK 2000 Sarajevo is the best goalkeeper. The best futsal player is Marijo Aladžić (Mostar Stari Grad), and the best goalkeeper is Bahrudin Omerbegović (Centar).
The fair-play award was given to the Premier League club, FK Radnik from Bijeljina.
- The 6th Women's Football Festival, as in 2016, was consisted of three parts. The first manifestation was held on 27th June in Banja Luka and the second one in Mostar two days later. The Festival ended with a manifestation held at the FF BH Training Centre in Zenica on 30th June.
- The UEFA Grassroots Day was celebrated by the event held at the FF BH Training Centre in Zenica on 23rd September. More than 1000 girls and boys participated in the event.