Founded: 4 July 1926th The
Address: Vladike Platona 6, Banja Luka
Phone: 387 (0)51 301 793
The greatest successes:
Yugoslavian Cup winners (1987/88)
Yugoslavian Cup finalists (1973/74)
Fourth place in the First League of Yugoslavia (1990/91),
Third place in the Premier League of B&H (2009/10),
B&H Cup winner (2009/10)
B&H Cup finalists (2003-04)
Mitropa Cup winner (1992nd year)
Three times champion of Republic of Srpska (2000/01, 2005/06, 2007/08),
Four times winner of Cup of Republic of Srpska (1994/95, 1995/96, 2008/09, 2011/11).
BiH Premier League Champion
( 2010/11 )
Football Club Borac from Banja Luka was established on 4 July 1926. Borac achieved its first major success at competition in Sarajevo, and that valuable trophy is still kept in club premises. Football Club Borac was renewed on 22 June 1945 after a four-year break, from year 1941 to 1945 Borac reached the Third Federal League 1950th, and in 1953 Borac became a member of the Second Federal League. Borac started competing in First League on 11th June 1961. Since then, Borac appears in the first and second division. From the First League, Borac was relagated in 1962. and returns to it in 1970. After a break, Borac played the First League till 1980. At that time Borac has played in four European Cup Winners' Cup matches. Borac was relagated from first division in 1980 and returned to it in 1989, where the club played until 1993 which means at the time of the bloody war in Bosnia.
Borac was a member of the federal Yugoslav league until 1995. when a competition was organized in Republic of Srpska, where Borac becomes a member of the first league. The club was the winner of Cup of the Republic of Srpska in 1995 and 1996, and won the league title in season 2000/2001. FK Borac was the runner-up in the 1975 Yugoslav Cup, and won it in 1988 as the only second league club to ever achieve this. The club also won the Mitropa Cup (Central European Cup) in 1992. It played a total of eight games in UEFA competitions.
Borac plays its matches at the Municipal Stadium of Banja Luka, which has a capacity of 7238 seats.