Tamara Bojat (6th, 8th, and 75th minute) and Alisa Spahić (11th, 30th and 58th minute) scored three goals each, while Jasna Đoković scored the opponent’s net twice (56th and 69th minute). Selma Kapetanović (20th minute), Aida Hadžić (40th minute), Alma Krajnić (61st minute) and Envera Hasanbegović (65th minute) entered the scorers’ list, while Naida Jusić (63rd minute) scored the own goal.
The SFK 2000 head coach, Samira Hurem is pleased with the performances of her team: “Congratulations to the players, they played at a high level throughout the season. Maybe it seemed easy, but it did not. It takes a lot of effort and works to achieve such results. This is a quality and ambitious team. We are dealing with the Women’s Champions League, where we hope to be the host of the tournament again. In any case, we will do our best to promote our country in the best possible way.”
The goalkeeper Envera Hasanbegović, who scored a goal from the penalty kick today, also commented on the season: “We invested a lot of effort and it paid off. Today we were great on the pitch. We are very happy, because we reached one more title and I am sure that we will continue in this rhythm in the next season.”
The team from Sarajevo finished the championship in the first place with 58 points (19 wins, 1 draw, without defeat), with a goal difference of 137:1.
After the end of today’s match, the FF BH general secretary Jasmin Baković and the executive director of the sports sector Elmir Pilav handed over trophy and medals to the champions.
In addition, the representatives of SFK 2000 Sarajevo handed the Thanksgiving to the Football Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina for investing in the development of the women’s football in our country, and the award was received by Jasmin Baković.
Another match of the League for champions was played today. Lokomotiva hosted Radnik Bumerang in Brčko, and the match ended with a tie result 2:2. The goals for the home team were scored by Ajla Zukić in the 47th and Marija Damjanović in the 68th minute from the penalty kick, while both goals for Bijeljina were scored by Sofija Krajšumović in the 10th and 62nd minute.
Radnik finished the championship in the second place with 34 points, Iskra is third with 31, while the fourth ranked Lokomotiva collected 22 points.
In the League for survival in Živinice, Fortuna and Gradina played in a match that decided who would retain the status of the Premier League club in the next season. The guests were convincing with a victory of 5:0, so they will play with the elite clubs next season, while Fortuna and Sloga Kakmuž will be relegated to the lower level.
Two goals for Gradina were scored by Samina Hodžić (1st and 52nd minute) and Dejana Ćosić (24th and 31st minute), while Milica Jović sent the ball into the net once in the 52nd minute.
Tomorrow at 17:30 h in Petrov will be played the match Sloga Kakmuž - Banja Luka.
At the ranking table, Banja Luka has 30 points and one match less. ŽOFK Gradina won 24 and Fortuna 23 points. The last Sloga has 3 points and one match less.