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Workers’ Sport Society “Sloboda”  was established on November 20, 1927. Its roots are related to Football Club Sloboda  which was established in 1919 under name Gorki.  In the cluster of associated sports clubs and  sections of the Workers’ Sport Society there are  fifteen sports clubs and sections:

  • Athletic Club “Sloboda Tehnograd”
  • Boxing Club “Sloboda”
  • Football Club “Sloboda”
  • Wrestling Club “Sloboda”
  • Karate Club “Sloboda”
  • Rhythmic Gymnastics Club “Sloboda”
  • Bowling Club “Sloboda”
  • Music Section – Tambura orchestra “Sloboda”
  • Youth Basketball Club “Sloboda”
  • Youth drive “Sloboda 1919”
  • Swimming Club “Sloboda”
  • Handball Club “Sloboda Solana”
  • Tennis Club “Sloboda”
  • Tuzla’s Chess Club “Sloboda”
  • Volleyball Club “Sloboda”

Only a small number of associations from this area  may say that they have existed for 100 years. Member clubs have achieved great results and the have grown into significant sport collectives since their establishment and through all hard times.

 

 Participants of the Olympic Games 

  • Vinko Galušić, athletics, Montreal 1976, Yugoslavian Olympic Team 
  • Zlatan Saračević, athletics, Barcelona 1992, Olympic Team of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Kada Delić Selimović, athletics, Barcelona 1992 and Atlanta 1996, Olympic Team of  Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Dragan Perić, athletics, Barcelona 1992, Atlanta 1996, Sidney 2000 and Athens 2004, Olympic Team of the Socialist Republic of Yugoslavia and  Serbia and Montenegro
  • Dijana Kojić, athletics, Sidney 2000, Olympic Team of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Jasminka Guber, athletics, Athens 2004, Olympic Team of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Jasmin Salihović, athletics, Athens 2004, Olympic Team of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Marijan Beneš, box, Montreal 1976, Olympic Team of Yugoslavia
  • Dževad Šećerbegović, football, Moscow 1980, Olympic Team of Yugoslavia
  • Cvijan Milošević, football, Seoul 1988, Olympic Team of Yugoslavia 
  • Mirko Mihić, football, Seoul 1988, Olympic Team of Yugoslavia 
  • Mirza Delibašić, basketball, Montreal 1976 and  Moscow 1980, Olympic Team of Yugoslavia
  • Sabit Hadžić, basketball, Los Angeles 1984, Olympic Team of Yugoslavia
  • Dražen Dalipagić, basketball, Moscow 1980 and Los Angeles 1984, Olympic Team of Yugoslavia
  • Damir Mulaomerović, basketball, Atlanta 1996, Olympic Team of Croatia 
  • Nedim Nišić, swimming, Beijing 2008, Olympic Team of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Ensar Hajder, swimming, London 2012, Olympic Team of  Bosnia and Herzegovina