HSK Zrinjski Mostar is a Bosnian football club based in the city of Mostar. They currently feature in the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina and are one of the top teams in the nation and are the oldest football club in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
HSK Zrinjski Mostar were established in 1905 a Student Sports Club. In 1912 they became Gymnasium Football Club Zrinjski after the historic Croatian noble family Zrinski. In 1914 at the start of World War I, they were banned and this ban lasted until 1917 when they merged with HROSK to form Hercegovac.
In 1922 the original name ‘Zrinjski’ was added to the club’s name and a year later they wn the Mostar Championship. In 1941 when the Prva HNL were established, Zrinjski joined them. But they were banned in 1945 and did not play any matches until 1992 after Bosnia and herzegovina became an independent nation.
In 1994 Zrinjski became one of the fouding members of Herzeg-Bosnia Football Federation and played in this league for seven seasons. In 2000 they featured in the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina. They won the league for the first time in their hostory in the 2004-2005 season and finished third in the league in the 2005-2006 season. Zrinjski also won the Football Cup of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 2007-2008 season.
HSK Zrinjski Mostar play their home matches at the Bijeli Brijeg Stadium that can accommodate 25,000 spectators. They bear the nickname Plemici.