ŽORK "Napredak" Kruševac

ŽORK "Napredak" Kruševac

ŽORK Napredak Kruševac
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Short name ŽORK Napredak
Founded 1952
Arena Kruševac Sports Hall
Capacity 3,000
President Igor Šljivić
Head coach Zoran Arsić
League Serbian first league
Official site

ŽORK Napredak (ЖОРК Напредак, Женски омладински рукометни клуб Напредак) is a women's handball club from Kruševac, Serbia.


ŽORK Napredak was founded on 1 September 1952. No precise data about the place and date of playing the first game, but the memory of the oldest, it was the 14th October 1952, on the occasion of the liberation of the city of Kruševac. It was a school team competition in Kruševac. The period since 1952. until 1971. year was marked by the school competition. In 1971 ŽORK Napredak enters the official competition organized by the Handball Association of Yugoslavia and then in the next two decades it became a strong club, worthy of respect in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. The most important trophy ŽORK Napredak won in this period was the trophy SFR Yugoslavia in 1989. In the early nineties ŽORK Napredak grew into a leading Yugoslav and European clubs, and reaches its peak in recent years of the twentieth century. In the period since 1995 until 2000 ŽORK Napredak won the most of their trophies. Including EHF Challenge Cup 1999 and Yugoslav cup also in 1999.




Notable former players

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