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NK Lokomotiva

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Established
1914 (106 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Stadion Kranjčevićeva
(10,850 Capacity)

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Location
Zagreb, Croatia

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League
Croatian First Football League

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Upcoming Events
28 Oct 20 Slaven Belupo   -  NK Lokomotiva
01 Nov 20 NK Lokomotiva   -  Dinamo Zagreb
08 Nov 20 Rijeka   -  NK Lokomotiva
21 Nov 20 NK Lokomotiva   -  NK Varaždin
28 Nov 20 HNK Gorica   -  NK Lokomotiva

Latest Results
24 Oct 20 NK Lokomotiva  P - P  Hajduk Split
18 Oct 20 Osijek  P - P  NK Lokomotiva
02 Oct 20 NK Lokomotiva  0 - 0  NK Istra
24 Sep 20 Malmo FF  5 - 0  NK Lokomotiva
18 Sep 20 Šibenik  3 - 2  NK Lokomotiva

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NK Lokomotiva Zagreb is a professional Croatian football club based in Zagreb. It competes in the Prva HNL, the country's top division. Founded in 1914, the club's only period of success came in the late 1940s and early 1950s before spending most of the following five decades as lower-level minnows.

Between 2007 and 2009 they won three consecutive promotions to rise from fourth level to first level in the Croatian football league system. They hosted their home matches at Dinamo's Stadion Maksimir for a couple of years before moving to NK Zagreb Stadion Kranjčevićeva, as their own ground in the Novi Zagreb's Kajzerica neighbourhood is unsuitable for top level football.

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Badelj
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Krovinovic


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Stadium or Home

Stadion u Kranjčevićevoj ulici (Kranjčević Street Stadium), known also as Stadion Concordije between 1921 and 1945, is a multi-purpose stadium located in Trešnjevka neighbourhood, in Croatian capital city of Zagreb. It is mainly used for football matches and is the home ground of Druga HNL side NK Zagreb, as well as the home ground for First Football League team NK Lokomotiva . First opened in 1921, it has undergone throughout many renovations and facelifts with its current layout dating back to 1987 Summer Universiade renovation. Croatian national football team played only once at Kranjčevićeva street in a 3-0 friendly game win against South Korea team on 13 March 1996. The stadium with its reduced capacity from 2008 can hold 8,850 people, which makes it the second biggest stadium in Zagreb, behind Stadion Maksimir.

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