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M?K ?ilina
MSK Zilina logo.svg
Full nameM?K ?ilina a.s.
Nickname(s)?o?oni (The Shoshons)
?lto-Zelení (The Yellow-Greens)
Founded20 June 1908; 112 years ago (1908-06-20)
as Zsolnai Testgyakorlók Köre
Ground?tadión pod Dub?om
Capacity11,258
OwnerJozef Anto?ík
ChairmanJozef Anto?ík
ManagerPavol Sta?o
LeagueFortuna Liga
2019-20Fortuna Liga, 2nd
WebsiteClub website

M?K ?ilina (Slovak pronunciation: ['?m ' 'ka: '?ilina])[wrong stress] is a Slovak football club based in the town of ?ilina, that is playing in the Slovak Superliga. Since the league inception in 1993, the club has won 7 titles and comes second in All-time table that makes them one of the most successful teams in the competition. The club and their supporters alike are nicknamed ?o?oni (after the Shoshone Native American tribe) and play their home games in the ?tadión pod Dub?om. In the 2016-17 season, ?ilina won the Slovak League.

History

Early years

The club was founded towards the end of 1908 under the Hungarian name Zsolnai Testgyakorlók Köre, and was officially registered on 20 June 1909. The club won its first Slovak championship (Zväzové majstrovstvá Slovenska) in 1928 followed by another in 1929.[]

Czechoslovak League

In total, ?ilina played 30 out of 47 seasons[1] in the Czechoslovak First League spanning from 1945 to 1993 and come 13th in all-time table.[2] The most successful season remains 1946-47 when they clinched 4th place.[]

Many consider 1961 a milestone in club's history. Firstly, the team reached the final of the National Cup, where they lost to Dukla Prague, the eventual Czechoslovak champion. Despite the defeat, for the first time in its history the club, then known as Dynamo ?ilina, broke into Europe to contest in the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup. Notable 3-2 and 1-0 victories over Olympiacos moved them in quarter-finals, however the ambitious Slovak team was ultimately knocked out by the previous year's winner Fiorentina. Although ?ilina grabbed a promising 3-2 victory at home, Fiorentina went through by winning the second leg 2-0.[]

First leg

Dynamo ?ilina Czechoslovakia3-2Italy Fiorentina
Jakub?ík Goal 1163
Majerník Goal 42
Report
Milani Goal 47
Dell'Angelo Goal 85

Second leg

Fiorentina Italy2-0Czechoslovakia Dynamo ?ilina
Ferretti Goal 38
Hamrin Goal 40
Report

Fiorentina won 4-3 on aggregate.

In the late 1960s the club was renamed TJ ZVL ?ilina and participated in the Intertoto Cup for several years, winning the group in 1969 and coming 2nd a year later. In 1973-74 they reached the final of the Mitropa Cup but they were defeated by Tatabányai Bányász 5-2 on aggregate. Between 1972 and 1974, they finished 5th in the First Division of the Czechoslovak League for three years running, followed by relegation to the Second Division in the 1978-79 season. The club bounced back four years later and finished second in the Mitropa Cup.[]

New era - Slovak League

Following dissolution of Czechoslovakia in 1993, M?K ?ilina has been playing in the Slovak Superliga for the total of 23 seasons with the exception of 1995-96 season after relegation to the Second Division.[]

In the autumn of 2000, former Czechoslovakian defender Ladislav Jurkemik joined the club as a new manager. After his departure halfway through the 2001-02 season the club appointed Czech coach Leo? Kalvoda. During his short reign at the club he led them to win their first title. In the 2002-03 season, now under the management of Milan Le?ický, the club succeeded in retaining the title.[]

Ladislav Jurkemik was reappointed as a manager during the 2003-04 season. He led the defending champions to 10 priceless consecutive victories to clinch the third successive title though narrowly on a goal difference. After Slovan Bratislava, M?K ?ilina became only the second club to win three Slovakian titles. The team's performances in next two seasons faded while they lacked the quality they had been famous for during their winning campaigns. In pursuit of silverware numerous players were signed over next two years. In the span of only fourteen months, three managers; the reputable Karol Pecze, his successor Milan Nemec and eventually Marijan Vlak were in charge over the team. Since the results and performances never met the expectations, Vlak ended his reign immediately at the end of 2005-06 season after they failed to reach UEFA Cup spot only to finish fourth.[]

M?K ?ilina take on ?K Slovan Bratislava in May 2009

They played in the UEFA Cup 2008-09, reaching the group stages where they beat Aston Villa 2-1 at Villa Park.[]

Former Czechoslovakia and later Czech international Pavel Hapal was appointed new manager before 2009-10 campaign. In his first season, he led the team to win a league title, their fifth in nine years. Arguably the greatest success in their history came by making a debut in 2010-11 UEFA Champions League group stage after eliminating Sparta Prague in play-off round. In the following season they completed their first ever double, while the 2012-13 season saw the team finishing 7th - their worst league position since 2000. However, as a defeated finalists of the Slovak Cup the club secured a place to contest in the 1st qualifying round of 2013-14 UEFA Europa League.[]

League finishing positions

Slovak SuperligaSlovak Second DivisionSlovak Superliga

Events timeline

  • 1909 - Founded as Zsolnai Testgyakorlók Köre
  • 1910 - Renamed ZsTS Zsolna
  • 1919 - Renamed SK ?ilina
  • 1948 - Renamed Sokol Slovena ?ilina
  • 1953 - Renamed Jiskra Slovena ?ilina
  • 1956 - Renamed DSO Dynamo ?ilina
  • 1961 - First European qualification, 1961-62
  • 1963 - Renamed Jednota ?ilina
  • 1967 - Renamed TJ ZVL ?ilina
  • 1990 - Renamed ?K ?ilina
  • 1995 - Renamed M?K ?ilina

Affiliated clubs

The following clubs are currently affiliated with M?K ?ilina:

Supporters

M?K ?ilina supporters are called ?ilinskí ?o?oni (?ilina Shoshones), North Brigade and ?ilinskí Fanatici (?ilina Fanatics). ?ilina supporters maintain friendly relations with fans of Polish Góral ?ywiec[7]

Stadium

?tadión Pod Dub?om

?tadión Pod Dub?om is their home stadium. It has a capacity of 11,181.[8]

Sponsorship

source[9]

Period Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
1993-94 Kappa MIRUPO
1994-95 Hummel K&K
1995-96 Adidas none
1996-97 ATAK
1997-98 Mizuno
1998-99 Joma
1999-01 NIKE
2001-04 Tento
2004-07 Adidas
2007- NIKE PRETO

Honours

Domestic

Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia

Slovakia Slovakia

Slovak League Top Goalscorer

Slovak League Top scorer since 1993-94

1Shared award

European

UEFA ranking

This is the current 2017-18 UEFA coefficient:

Rank Team Coefficient
233 Romania ASA Târgu Mure? 5.870
234 Romania FC Rapid Bucure?ti 5.870
235 Slovakia M?K ?ilina 5.850
236 Lithuania FK ?algiris Vilnius 5.825
237 Republic of Ireland Dundalk FC 5.815

Transfers

M?K have produced numerous players who have gone on to represent the Slovak national football team. Over the last period there has been a steady increase of young players leaving ?ilina after a few years of first team football and moving on to play football in leagues of a higher standard, with the German Bundesliga (Double best scorer Marek Mintál to 1. FC Nürnberg in 2003,[10] another forwards Stanislav ?esták to VfL Bochum in 2009[11] and Mário Bre?ka to 1. FC Nürnberg in 2008,[12] also right back Peter Pekarík to VfL Wolfsburg in 2009[13]), Italian Serie A (Milan ?kriniar to Sampdoria in 2016[14], Dávid Hancko to ACF Fiorentina in 2018[15]), Spanish La Liga (Róbert Mazá? to Celta de Vigo in 2018[16]), Turkish Süper Lig (William to Kayserispor in 2016),[17], Dutch Eredivisie (Róbert Bo?eník to Feyenoord in 2020), Austrian Football Bundesliga (Admir Vladavi? to Salzburg in 2009[18] and 2013-14 best goalscorer Matej Jeli? to Rapid Wien in 2015),[19] Polish Ekstraklasa (Ján Mucha to Legia Warsaw in 2005[20] and Róbert Je? to Górnik Zabrze in 2010).[21]Russian Premier League (Tomá? Hubo?an to Zenit in 2008).[22] The top transfer was agreed in 2016 when 18 years old talented midfielder László Bénes joined German Mönchengladbach[23] for a fee more than EUR5.0 million, which was the highest ever paid to a Slovak club.

Record transfers

Rank Player To Fee Year
1. Slovakia László Bénes Germany Mönchengladbach EUR5.5 million* 2016[23]
2. Slovakia Róbert Bo?eník Netherlands Feyenoord EUR4.6 million* 2020[24]
3. Slovakia Dávid Hancko Italy ACF Fiorentina EUR4.5 million* 2018[25][26]
4. Slovakia Tomá? Hubo?an Russia Zenit EUR3.8 million 2008[27]
5. Slovakia Nikolas ?palek Italy Brescia EUR1.5 million 2018[28]
Slovakia Denis Vavro Denmark FC Copenhagen EUR1.5 million* 2017[29]
Slovakia Samuel Mráz Italy Empoli F.C. EUR1.5 million 2018[30]
8. Slovakia Róbert Mazá? Spain Celta de Vigo EUR1.2 million* 2018[31]
Slovakia Milan ?kriniar Italy Sampdoria EUR1.2 million* 2016[32][33]
10. Slovakia Peter Pekarík Germany VfL Wolfsburg EUR1.0 million* 2009[34]
Slovakia Peter ?tyvar England Bristol City F.C. EUR1.0 million* 2009[35]

*-unofficial fee

Players

Current squad

As of 14 June 2020[36]
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
18 North Macedonia MF Enis Fazlagikj
20 Slovakia FW Adam Goljan
21 Slovakia MF Ján Bernát
22 Slovakia GK Samuel Petrá?
23 Slovakia DF Ján Minárik (vice-captain)
27 Slovakia DF Branislav Sluka
28 Ghana DF Benson Anang
29 Slovakia FW Dávid ?uri?
30 Slovakia GK ?ubomír Belko
66 Slovakia DF Matú? Rusnák
90 Poland FW Dawid Kurminowski

For recent transfers, see List of Slovak football transfers winter 2019-20
and List of Slovak football transfers summer 2019.

Out on loan 2019-20

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Reserve team

M?K ?ilina B[37] are the reserve team of M?K ?ilina. They currently play in the second-level football league in Slovakia 2. Liga.

Squad

Head coach: Slovakia Peter ?ernák
Assistant coach: Slovakia Vladimír Labant
Assistant coach: Slovakia Pavol Sta?o
Goalkeeper coach: Slovakia Michal Klec

As of 19 August 2019

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
35 Slovakia GK Matej Vajs
Slovakia DF Jan Krko?ka
Slovakia DF Richard Nagy
Slovakia DF Samuel Su?a
Slovakia DF Tomá? Nem?ík
Slovakia DF Bernard Petrák
Slovakia DF Branislav ?u?olík
No. Position Player
Slovakia MF Samuel Farský
Slovakia MF Miroslav Gono
Slovakia FW Matú? Rusnák
Slovakia FW Patrik I?ko
Slovakia FW Adam Goljan
Russia FW Vladimir Filippov
Poland FW Dawid Kurminowski

For recent transfers, see List of Slovak football transfers winter 2019-20.

Staff

Position Staff
Sports Manager Slovakia Karol Belaník
Head Coach Slovakia Pavol Sta?o
Assistant Coach Slovakia Mário Auxt
Goalkeepers Coach Slovakia Miroslav Seman
Juniors Coach Slovakia Stanislav Griga
B team manager Slovakia Norbert Gu?a
Team Manager Slovakia Vladimír Leitner
Operational Manager Slovakia Marián Varga
Strength and Conditioning Coach Slovakia Mgr. Milan ?apay, PhD.
Conditioning Coach Slovakia Jakub Hodúl
Doctor Slovakia MUDr. Juraj Popluhár
Doctor Slovakia MUDr. Jozef Hudcovský
Doctor Slovakia MUDr. Róbert Adamov
Physiotherapist Slovakia Mgr. Tomá? Lintner Cert. MDT
Masseur Slovakia Peter Vojt
Masseur Slovakia Jozef Hromka
Masseur Slovakia Marko Kopas
Video Technician Slovakia Juraj Jacko

Source: M?K ?ilina

Results

League and Cup history

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Slovak League only (1993-present)

Season Division (Name) Pos./Teams Pl. W D L GS GA P Slovak Cup Europe Top Scorer (Goals)
1993-94 1st (Mars Superliga) 5/(12) 32 11 11 10 50 42 33 3.R Slovakia Ivan ?ef?ík (13)
Slovakia ?ubomír Zuziak (13)
1994-95 1st(Mars Superliga) 12/(12) 32 9 3 20 37 53 30 1.R
1995-96 2nd (1.Liga) 2/(16) (P) 30 17 5 8 57 27 56 2.R
1996-97 1st (Mars Superliga) 9/(16) 30 11 4 15 30 34 37 2.R
1997-98 1st (Mars Superliga) 7/(16) 30 11 9 10 23 25 42 1.R UI Group stage (9), 4th Slovakia Ladislav Meszáro? (5)
1998-99 1st (Mars Superliga) 6/(16) 30 15 3 12 36 42 48 2.R Slovakia Marek Mintál (11)
1999-00 1st (Mars Superliga) 8/(16) 30 12 5 13 39 37 41 1.R UI 2.R (France Metz) Slovakia Marek Mintál (12)
2000-01 1st (Mars Superliga) 5/(10) 36 11 12 13 41 46 45 2.R Slovakia ?ubomír Reiter (12)
2001-02 1st (Mars Superliga) 1/(10) 36 21 6 9 62 39 69 Semi-finals Slovakia Marek Mintál (21)
2002-03 1st (Slovak Super Liga) 1/(10) 36 21 7 8 69 31 70 Semi-finals CL Q2 (Switzerland Basel) Slovakia Marek Mintál (20)
2003-04 1st (Corgo? Liga) 1/(10) 36 17 13 6 62 35 64 Quarter-finals CL
UC
Q3 (England Chelsea)
1R (Netherlands FC Utrecht)
Slovakia Marek Ba?ík (11)
2004-05 1st (Corgo? Liga) 2/(10) 36 19 8 9 73 34 65 Semi-finals CL Q2 (Romania D.Bucure?ti) Slovakia Ivan Barto? (18)
2005-06 1st (Corgo? Liga) 4/(10) 36 18 6 12 69 44 60 2.R UC Q2 (Austria Austria Wien) Slovakia Stanislav ?esták (17)
2006-07 1st (Corgo? Liga) 1/(12) 28 22 3 3 80 17 69 Quarter-finals Slovakia Stanislav ?esták (15)
2007-08 1st (Corgo? Liga) 2/(12) 33 22 4 4 75 30 73 Semi-finals CL Q2 (Czech Republic Slavia Prague) Slovakia Peter ?tyvar (15)
2008-09 1st (Corgo? Liga) 2/(12) 33 18 8 7 56 26 62 Quarter-finals UC Group stage (F), 4th Brazil Adauto (11)
2009-10 1st (Corgo? Liga) 1/(12) 33 23 4 6 59 17 73 3.R EL P-O (Serbia FK Partizan) Slovakia Ivan Lietava (13)
2010-11 1st (Corgo? Liga) 3/(12) 33 14 12 7 47 28 54 Runners-up CL Group stage (F), 4th Slovakia Tomá? Majtán (11)
Slovakia Tomá? Oravec (11)
2011-12 1st (Corgo? Liga) 1/(12) 33 19 10 4 57 27 67 Winner EL Q2 (Iceland KR) Slovakia Róbert Pich (10)
2012-13 1st (Corgo? Liga) 7/(12) 33 9 15 9 37 28 42 Runners-up CL Q2 (Israel I.K.Shmona) Slovakia Róbert Pich (11)
2013-14 1st (Corgo? Liga) 9/(12) 33 11 7 15 49 50 40 Quarter-finals EL Q3 (Croatia HNK Rijeka) Slovakia Róbert Pich (7)
2014-15 1st (Fortuna Liga) 2/(12) 33 20 9 4 68 25 69 5.R Croatia Matej Jeli? (19)
2015-16 1st (Fortuna Liga) 5/(12) 33 14 6 13 58 46 48 Semi-finals EL P-O (Spain Athletic Bilbao) Bosnia and Herzegovina Nermin Haski? (8)
2016-17 1st (Fortuna Liga) 1/(12) 30 23 4 3 82 25 73 Quarter-finals Slovakia Filip Hlohovský (20)
2017-18 1st (Fortuna Liga) 4/(12) 31 17 2 12 61 48 53 Semi-finals CL Q2 (Denmark Copenhagen) Slovakia Samuel Mráz (21)
2018-19 1st (Fortuna Liga) 4/(12) 32 16 6 10 56 44 54 Runners-up Slovakia Róbert Bo?eník (13)

European competition

European record

As of June 2020

Competition Pld W D L GF GA GD
UEFA Champions League 28 9 5 14 27 45 -18
Cup Winners' Cup 4 3 0 1 7 6 +1
Europa League / UEFA Cup 38 18 8 12 56 47 +9
UEFA Intertoto Cup 8 4 1 3 9 12 -3
UEFA 78 34 14 30 99 110 -11
Intertoto Cup 24 10 7 7 42 34 +8
Mitropa Cup 12 5 2 5 25 18 +7
Non-UEFA 36 15 9 12 67 52 +15
Total 114 49 23 42 166 162 +4
Season Competition Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
1961-62 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1. Round Greece Olympiacos 1-0 3-2 4-2
Quarter-finals Italy Fiorentina 3-2 0-2 3-4
1967 Intertoto Cup Group B8 Germany Fortuna Düsseldorf 0-2 0-1
Austria LASK Linz 0-0 1-1
Denmark Vejle BK 1-1 1-2
1969 Intertoto Cup Group 4 Sweden Örebro SK 4-1 0-3
Netherlands NEC 2-1 1-1
Switzerland AC Bellinzona 3-0 2-1
1970 Intertoto Cup Group A4 Netherlands MVV Maastricht 3-3 3-4
Sweden Örebro SK 4-0 0-1
Belgium KSV Waregem 3-1 3-0
1972 Intertoto Cup Group 6 Germany Eintracht Braunschweig 1-1 0-5
Sweden Landskrona BoIS 1-0 2-2
Denmark Vejle BK 3-1 4-2
1974 Mitropa Cup Group B Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FK Sarajevo 4-0 3-3
Hungary Videoton 5-1 1-3
Final Hungary Tatabányai Bányász 2-3 0-2 2-5
1983 Mitropa Cup Group Italy Hellas Verona 4-0 1-1
Hungary Vasas 3-1 0-2
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Galenika Zemun 2-0 0-2
1997 UEFA Intertoto Cup Group 9 Austria Austria Wien 3-1 -
Romania Rapid Bucharest - 0-2
France Lyon 0-5 -
Poland Odra Wodzis?aw - 0-0
1999 UEFA Intertoto Cup 1. Round Denmark Herfølge Boldklub 2-0 2-0 4-0
2. Round France Metz 2-1 0-3 2-4
2002-03 UEFA Champions League 2. Round Switzerland Basel 1-1 0-3 1-4
2003-04 UEFA Champions League 2. Round Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 1-0 1-1 2-1
3. Round England Chelsea 0-2 0-3 0-5
2003-04 UEFA Cup 1. Round Netherlands FC Utrecht 0-4 0-2 0-6
2004-05 UEFA Champions League 2. Round Romania Dinamo Bucharest 0-1 0-1 0-2
2005-06 UEFA Cup 1. Round Azerbaijan Baku FC 3-1 0-1 3-2
2. Round Austria Austria Wien 1-2 2-2 3-4
2007-08 UEFA Champions League 1. Round Luxembourg F91 Dudelange 5-4 2-1 7-5
2. Round Czech Republic Slavia Prague 0-0 0-0 0-0 (3-4 p)
2008-09 UEFA Cup 1. Round Belarus MTZ-RIPO Minsk 1-0 2-2 3-2
2. Round Czech Republic Slovan Liberec 2-1 2-1 4-2
3. Round Bulgaria Levski Sofia 1-1 1-0 2-1
Group F Germany Hamburg 1-2 -
Netherlands Ajax - 0-1
Czech Republic Slavia Prague 0-0 -
England Aston Villa - 2-1
2009-10 UEFA Europa League 2. Round Moldova Dacia Chi?in?u 2-0 1-0 3-0
3. Round Croatia Hajduk Split 1-1 1-0 2-1
Play-off Round Serbia Partizan Belgrade 0-2 1-1 1-3
2010-11 UEFA Champions League 2. Round Malta Birkirkara 3-0 0-1 3-1
3. Round Bulgaria Litex Lovech 3-1 1-1 4-2
Play-off Round Czech Republic Sparta Prague 1-0 2-0 3-0
Group F England Chelsea 1-4 1-2
France Marseille 0-7 0-1
Russia Spartak Moscow 1-2 0-3
2011-12 UEFA Europa League 2. Round Iceland KR Reykjavík 2-0 0-3 2-3
2012-13 UEFA Champions League 2. Round Israel Ironi Kiryat Shmona 1-0 0-2 1-2
2013-14 UEFA Europa League 1. Round Georgia (country) FC Torpedo Kutaisi 3-3 3-0 6-3
2. Round Slovenia Olimpija Ljubljana 2-0 1-3 3-3 (a.)
3. Round Croatia Rijeka 1-1 1-2 2-3
2015-16 UEFA Europa League 1. Round Northern Ireland Glentoran 3-0 4-1 7-1
2. Round Moldova Dacia 4-2 2-1 6-3
3. Round Ukraine Vorskla Poltava 2-0 1-3 (a.e.t.) 3-3 (a.)
Play-off round Spain Athletic Bilbao 3-2 0-1 3-3 (a.)
2017-18 UEFA Champions League 2. Round Denmark FC Copenhagen 1-3 2-1 3-4
2020-21 UEFA Europa League 1. Round

Player records

Most goals

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Players whose name is listed in bold are still active.

Notable players

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Had international caps for their respective countries. Players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries while playing for M?K.

Past (and present) players who are the subjects of popflock.com resource articles can be found here.

List of M?K ?ilina Managers

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