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Bilino Polje

Bilino Polje is the home football stadium of Bosnian Premier League football club NK Čelik from the city of Zenica in Bosnia and Herzegovina and one of two stadiums of the national football team of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is also sometimes used for the Bosnia and Herzegovina national rugby union team as well.

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Bosnia And Herzegovina National Football Team - Home Stadiums
... Bilino Polje is the home football stadium of NK Čelik from the city of Zenica in Bosnia and Herzegovina and one of two main stadiums of the national football team of Bosnia and ... due to the fact that the Bosnian national team usually wins or rarely loses their home games at Bilino Polje stadium ... government of City of Zenica financed the replacement of the old grass surface at the Bilino Polje Stadium after numerous complaints from visiting teams about it's quality ...
Miralem Pjanić - Career Statistics - International - International Goals
7 October 2011 Bilino Polje, Zenica Luxembourg 4–0 5–0 Euro 2012 qualifier 5. 11 September 2012 Bilino Polje, Zenica Latvia 2–1 4–1 2014 World Cup qualifier 6. 16 October 2012 Bilino Polje, Zenica Lithuania 3–0 3–0 2014 World Cup qualifier ...
NK Čelik Zenica - Grounds
... Bilino polje Location Bulevar Kulina Bana bb, Zenica, Bosnia Herzegovina Broke ground 1972 Opened 4th October 1972 Owner City of Zenica Capacity 15,292 seated Tenants NK Čelik Zenica ... War Two, Čelik's stadium was located roughly on the place of the current Bilino polje stadium, close to the Bosna river ... League matches as well as one Bosnian Cup match on the Stadion Kamberovića Polje, winning all of them ...
Historical Records About Name Dražeta - Bogomil Supreme Priest
... that mention this person "Bilinopoljska izjava" ("The statement of Bilino Polje") and "Popis bogomilskih vladara" ("The list of Bogomil rulers") ... "The statement of Bilino Polje" is a document in which leaders of Bosnian Bogomil Church, in front of the emissary of the Pope, declared that they deny their heresy ... The statement was signed on April 8, 1203 in Bilino Polje near Zenica, and one of the Bogomil leaders that signed the document had name Dražeta ...