- In 2019, the BH “A” national team played 10 matches in the EURO 2020 qualifiers in which it achieved 4 wins, 1 draw and 5 losses.
The BH team ended qualifications on the 4th place in Group J behind Italy, Finland and Greece, and ahead of Armenia and Liechtenstein.
On 21st December 2019, at the session of the FF BH Executive Board, Mr. Dušan Bajević was appointed as the head coach of the men’s “A” national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
- The BH U-21 national team started qualifications for EURO 2021, defeating Moldova, drawing with Belgium, and defeated by Germany and Wales.
In addition to qualifying matches, our U-21 team also played a friendly match against Malta in the away game, which ended without goals 0:0.
- The BH women’s “A” national team defeated Georgia, Malta and Israel in qualifications for the 2021 European Championships, while defeated by Italy and Denmark.
- The BH U-19 national team finished the first round of qualifications for the 2020 EURO in the 3rd place of Group 11 behind England and Northern Macedonia, and ahead of Luxembourg.
- The BH U-17 national team finished fourth in Group 7 behind Belgium, Hungary and Norway in the elite qualifying tournament for the 2018/19 European Championships, being without qualifications for a major competition after three years.
In the qualifiers for the 2019/20 EURO, the BH cadets finished third in Group 11 behind Finland and the Czech Republic, and ahead of Moldova.
- The BH U-15 national team participated in the “Josip Katalinski-Škija” tournament in Sarajevo, the “FAM Trophy” in Podgorica, and at the UEFA development tournament in Lithuania.
The chosen ones of Zoran Erbez won the first place in the “Katalinski” tournament, beating the City of Belgrade team in the semi-finals, and Northern Macedonia in the final.
In Podgorica they defeated Northern Macedonia, while they were defeated by Montenegro and Serbia, while in Lithuania, our pioneers were better than the tournament host, then the team of Moldova, then they suffered a defeat by Georgia.
- The BH women’s U-19 national team was ranked 3rd behind Belgium and Sweden in the 2019/20 EURO qualifying tournament of Group 10 in Bijeljina, ahead of Armenia, and managed to qualify for the elite qualifying round as one of the 4 best third-ranked teams.
- In the first qualifying round for the 2019/20 European Championships at the tournament held at the FF BH Training Centre in Zenica, the BH women’s U-17 national team finished last in Group 1 behind England, Belgium and Croatia.
- The BH futsal national team won first place in Group F of the preliminary qualifying round for the 2020 World Cup at the tournament held in Zenica after a convincing three wins against Switzerland (7:1), Scotland (10:1) and Turkey (7:2).
In the main qualifying round, the BH team finished third behind Russia and Croatia, ahead of Sweden, in the Group 7 tournament held in Dubrovnik.
- The BH U-19 futsal national team finished its first European Championship qualification as second in Group 3 of the main round behind Portugal, and ahead of Moldova and Serbia. In its first official matches, the BH juniors played tie with Serbia (2:2), won Moldova (2:1), while was defeated by Portugal with 1:3.
- The BH Premier League champion in the 2018/19 season is FK Sarajevo, while in the competition of women’s seniors, the SFK 2000 Sarajevo team won the title. BH futsal champion is FC Mostar SG Stakorad.
- The winner of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Cup in men’s competition is FK Sarajevo, and SFK 2000 Sarajevo is in the women’s competition. The BH Futsal Cup was won by HFC Zrinjski from Mostar.
- In the youth categories, the champions of Bosnia and Herzegovina are the juniors of HŠK Zrinjski, the cadets of FK Željezničar, and the pioneers of FK Sarajevo. The juniors of FK Sarajevo won the title in the BH Cup. The winners of the Women’s U-17 Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina are the cadets of ŽFK Radnik Bumerang from Bijeljina.
- BH representative in the UEFA Champions League, the Sarajevo team, was eliminated in the first round by the Scottish Celtic, while in the Europa League, the “burgundy” team players were eliminated by the Belarusian BATE Borisov in the third round.
Zrinjski was better than Pandev Academy in the Europa League in the first round, in the second better than Utrecht, while in the third round it was stopped by Swedish Malmo.
Široki Brijeg and Radnik were eliminated already in the first round. Kairat was better than Široki Brijeg, while the Bijeljina team was unsuccessful against Spartak Trnava.
- In the UEFA Women's Champions League qualifications, the SFK 2000 Sarajevo team finished second in Group 1 with 6 points behind Breidablik, ahead of ASA Tel Aviv and Dragon 2014.
- FC Mostar SG Staklorad won third place in the UEFA Futsal Cup in Group 1 of the main round behind Sporting and Dobovec, and ahead of Ekonomac, and qualified for the elite round where it finished 4th in Group A behind KPRF from Moscow, Slovenian Dobovec and Belgian Halle-Gooik.
- Manifestation of the selection of the best players and goalkeepers of the BH Telecom Premier League, the Women’s Premier League and the Premier Futsal League of B&H for the 2017/18 season was held at the Terme Hotel in Ilidža on 2nd June.
Mersudin Ahmetović (FC Sarajevo) was selected as the best player in the Premier League, while the best goalkeeper is Vladan Kovačević (FK Sarajevo). The league’s top scorer is Sulejman Krpić (FK Zeljezničar) who scored 16 goals.
Husref Musemić (FK Sarajevo) was named the best coach. Special recognition was given to the referee Amer Macić of Mostar, who, at the BHT PL Tuzla City v. Sarajevo match, saved a life of home team defender Dino Bevab, who lost consciousness after a collision with an opponent player.
Selma Kapetanović from SFK 2000 Sarajevo won the title of the best player in the senior female competition, while Elma Kundić from Iskra Bugojno was the best goalkeeper.
The best player of the BH Futsal Premier League is Marijo Aladžić, member of the champion of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mostar SG Glasswork, and the award for the best futsal goalkeeper ended in the hands of his club and national teammate, Stanislav Galić.
The best player in the BH U-19 Youth League is Đani Salčin (Sarajevo) and the best goalkeeper is Jasmin Kršić (Željezničar).