Fixtures

Slovenia Prva Liga 07/16 15:30 1 NK Domzale vs NK Celje - View
Slovenia Prva Liga 07/23 13:00 2 NK Radomlje vs NK Celje - View
Slovenia Prva Liga 07/30 13:00 3 NK Celje vs NS Mura - View
Slovenia Prva Liga 08/06 13:00 4 Tabor Sezana vs NK Celje - View
Slovenia Prva Liga 08/13 13:00 5 NK Celje vs NK Bravo - View
Slovenia Prva Liga 08/20 13:00 6 NK Maribor vs NK Celje - View

Results

Europe Friendlies 06/26 16:30 - NK Celje v Borac Banja Luka D 0-0
Europe Friendlies 06/23 16:00 - NK Lokomotiva Zagreb v NK Celje D 1-1
Europe Friendlies 06/19 09:00 - NK Celje v FK Cukaricki D 0-0
Europe Friendlies 06/15 16:00 - NK Celje v FK Rudar Pljevlja W 6-1
Slovenia Prva Liga 05/22 15:30 36 [8] NK Celje v Olimpija Ljubljana [3] L 0-2
Slovenia Prva Liga 05/15 13:00 35 [6] NK Domzale v NK Celje [8] D 1-1
Slovenia Prva Liga 05/07 13:00 34 [8] NK Radomlje v NK Celje [7] L 2-1
Slovenia Prva Liga 04/29 18:15 33 [6] NK Celje v NS Mura [4] L 1-3
Slovenia Prva Liga 04/25 15:30 32 [10] Aluminij Kidricevo v NK Celje [7] W 0-6
Slovenia Cup 04/21 18:15 2 FC Koper v NK Celje L 1-0
Slovenia Prva Liga 04/16 15:30 31 [7] NK Celje v NK Bravo [5] W 2-0
Slovenia Prva Liga 04/10 18:15 30 [2] FC Koper v NK Celje [7] L 3-1

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 47 22 25
Wins 16 10 6
Draws 11 6 5
Losses 20 6 14
Goals for 63 32 31
Goals against 58 22 36
Clean sheets 15 10 5
Failed to score 15 6 9

Wikipedia - NK Celje

Nogometni klub Celje (English: Celje Football Club), commonly referred to as NK Celje or simply Celje ([ˈtsɛ̀ːljɛ]), is an association football club from Celje, Slovenia. They play in the Slovenian PrvaLiga. Together with Maribor, they are the only club that have participated in every season of the Slovenian PrvaLiga since its formation in 1991. Celje won their first league title in the 2019–20 season. They have also won the 2004–05 edition of the Slovenian Cup.

History

The club was formed in 1919 as SK Celje. Soon after the World War II, in 1946, the club changed its name to NK Kladivar (expressionistic term in Slovene for a blacksmith). In 1964 they qualified for the Yugoslav Second League, where they played for one year.

In 1992, one year after Slovenia gained independence from Yugoslavia, the club was renamed to Publikum due to sponsorship reasons. They reached the finals of Slovenian Cup in 1993 and 1995, but lost on both occasions, having been beaten by Olimpija and Mura, respectively. In 2003, Celje was in a title race with Maribor until the last two rounds, but in the end finished second and also lost the Slovenian cup final against Olimpija during the same season. Two years later, in 2005, the club reached the final for the fourth time and this time they finally lifted their first trophy, defeating Gorica 1–0 in front of their own fans at the Arena Petrol. Celje were also in the finals the next year, but lost to Koper after the penalty shoot-out.

In 2020, Celje won their first national title after winning the 2019–20 Slovenian PrvaLiga season.