Adriatic FC

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Adriatic FC (156406)
Full name Adriatic Football Club
Nickname: Orange Army
Location: Split, Croatia
Founded: June 2, 2006
Ground: Orange Palace
(Capacity 52,000)
Chairman Hrvatska Marino Kumir
Coach: Deutschland Brisko Kempe
League: V.4
Last season: 2nd in V.4

Adriatic FC is a Croatian team managed by Adriatic. Adriatic FC currently plays in the league V.14 after 3 consecutive seasons in VI.28 where he finished on second place twice and won it once. Adriatic's stadium is Orange Palace which can host up to 20.000 spectators, many of them being club's fans called 'Orange Devils'. Adriatic FC is also a flag hoster, and is always looking to host clubs from around the world.

History[edit]

At the 2nd of June 2006 Adriatic received his hattrick team and named it Adriatic Split after being talked into HT by his gaming buddy Maev from the Netherlands who had a team called Twente1965. The new owner of the club had a difficult task to do, playing against 2nd placed team in the first match. Adriatic players played the match and lost honorable in the last minutes of the game, the owner saw what is needed to boost the clubs performance and the era of Adriatic started after beating Maev's club in the first friendly ever played 4-1.

The club grabbed the much needed victory away against Red Lable and continue to storm the league beating the Republika Pescenica and taking the 2nd place, where Adriatic finished the season. Entering their first 'real' season Adriatic got 2 nasty losses in the first 2 rounds and all hopes for 1st place were abbandoned, the club played a good rest of the season, gathering 10 wins and 2 draws and finishing the season at the second place.

The third season started and everyone knew it was it for Adriatic_FC (after changing the name). The club started the season with extraordinary 4-1 thrashing of newly relegated team Prexico City, the rest of the league had no chance and Adriatic finished the league at the first place with 13 victory's and only one, unexpected 0-1 defeat from catanacio team Plemstvo United. The promotion was secure, and fans celebrated the title after the final 8-0 victory over Vukchester in the last round.

In the fourth season for the first time in its history club played in the 5th league, and after changing the name from Adriatic_FC to Adriatic FC (without _ which from some reason couldnt be changed in the season 3) and the club started it with a close 2-1 historic victory over Primorac. The manager adopted to the power of 5th league quickly finishing the first part of the season safely on the 3rd place, with only 1 draw and a loss. But sadly things went bad in the 2nd part which resulted in a catastrophic form and at the end of the season Adriatic FC grabbed the 4th place in their V. league debut.

Arena[edit]

  • Name: Orange Palace
  • Sponsors: SGM
  • Last improvement: 16.09.2009.
  • Total capacity: 52.000
    • Terraces: 31.790
    • Basic seating: 12.880
    • Seats under roof: 6.200
    • Seats in VIP boxes: 1.130

Achievements[edit]

Season League Cup (Kup Hrvatske)
14 2nd in VI.28 didn't participate
15 2nd in VI.28 2nd Round
16 1st in VI.28 2nd Round
17 4th in V.14 2nd Round
18 4th in V.14 2nd Round
19 4th in V.14 2nd Round
20 4th in V.14 2nd Round
21 5th in VI.14 4th Round
22 1st in V.957 3rd Round
23 3rd in V.4 2nd Round
24 2nd in V.4 7th Round
25 1st in V.4 5th Round

* Current season

Prize Shelf[edit]

Season League Top Scorer
14 - -
15 - Topscorer VI.png Pero Matulić (15)
16 Division VI.PNG Topscorer VI.png Pero Matulić (15)
17 - -
18 - Topscorer V.png Jose Manuel Tapia (13)
19 - -
20 - -
21 - -
22 Division VI.PNG Topscorer VI.png Jonas Månsson (20)
23 - -
24 - -
25 Division V.PNG -

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Goalkeepers
1 Nino Jerolimov Hrvatska
13 Krunoslav Lalić Hrvatska
Defenders
2 Roberto Mattioli Italia
3 Jens Ole Grønkjær Danmark
5 Florian Chabaud France
6 Felix Signer Deutschland
12 Vladislav Khazov Eesti
19 Jan Jozić Hrvatska
22 Nikola Popov Hrvatska
Midfielders
4 Asrul Watori Indonesia
8 Goran Marunić Hrvatska
10 Gojko Stipančić Hrvatska
16 Duje Simčić Hrvatska
18 Victor Bălas România
20 Albino Villadóniga España
Coach
C Brisko Kempe Deutschland
Wingers
7 Rui Miguel Sá Pinto Angola
17 Iwo Küstner Schweiz
Strikers
9 Pero Matulić Hrvatska
11 Audronius Vaitauskas Lietuva
14 Jonas Månsson Sverige
15 Jan Persson Sverige

Legends[edit]

Bože Leko Milan Simić Marinko Delač Pero Matulić Martin Vuchkov

Flag Collection[edit]

Hosted 59/117
IRQ ALG KUW MAR JOR YEM AND ANG
Argentina AZE BHR BAN BRB Belarus Belgium Bolivia
Bosna i Hercegovina Brasil BRU Bulgaria CIV CPV Canada Česká republika
Chile TPE China Colombia Costa Rica Crna Gora Cymru Cyprus
Danmark Deutschland Ecuador Eesti SLV England España Føroyar
France GHA Guatemala Hanguk ARM Hellas HON Hong Kong
India Indonesia Iran Ireland ISL Israel Italia JAM
KAM KAZ KEN KGZ Latvija Lëtzebuerg LIE Lietuva
LIB Magyarország Makedonija Malaysia Malta MEX EGY MOC
Moldova MGL NIR Nederland NCA NGA JPN Norge
Oceania Österreich PAK PAN PAR Perú PHI Polska
Portugal THA DOM România Rossiya GEO KSA Schweiz
Scotland SEN ALB Singapore Slovenija Slovensko RSA Srbija
Suomi SUR Sverige TUN TRI Türkiye UAE Ukraina
OMA Uruguay USA Venezuela Việt Nam x x x

Book of Records[edit]

The Book of Records Adriatic FC
Largest Attendance 24.400 vs Bryse (15-09-'07)
Most Appearances Sigurd Svenningsen (53)
Most Goals Pero Matulić (37)
Most Times Captain Božo Leko (41)
Most Clean Sheets Martin Vuchkov (10)
Most Time MOTM Krisztofer Berényi (13)
Biggest Victory 0-9 vs Lastovo 91. (28-03-'07)
Biggest Defeat 0-5 vs Bryse (02-06-'07)
Consecutive Wins 8
Matches Without Loss 11
Consecutive Losses 3

Statistics[edit]

Best Ratings[edit]

Adriatic FC - Bryse 4 - 2 (15.09.2007. at 13:45)

Adriatic FC: 3-5-2 - 164 Hatstats
Midfield: weak (-)
Right Defence: passable (+)
Central Defence: inadequate (+)
Left Defence: passable (--)
Right Attack: passable (++)
Central Attack: poor (-)
Left Attack: passable (+)

Adriatic's FC Dream Team[edit]

The Ideal 11
Berényi (5,5*)
D'Arrigo (4,5*)
Grønkjær (4,0*)
Khazov (4,0*)
Morawiecki (3,5*)
Nater (4,0*)
Gee (5,0*)
Harazi (4,0*)
Svenningsen (3*)
Delač (3,5*)
Tapia (3,5*)

Total: 44,5 stars

All-time Topscorer[edit]

# Player Goals
1 *Pero Matulić 30
2 *Sigurd Svenningsen 21
3 Marinko Delač 20
4 *Milan Simić 19
5 Andrzej Kudrycki 6
6 *Mikko Rihu 11
7 *Justino Domenech 6
8 Domagoj Krkobabić 6
9 *Paweł Jagura 6
10 Domagoj Plazonić 6

* Still at the club

Matches[edit]

League[edit]

S Wins Draws Losses GF GA ±
14 6 0 3 35 20 +15
15 10 2 2 62 21 +41
16 13 0 1 61 9 +52
17 7 1 6 29 22 +7
18 0 0 0 0 0 +0
Total 36 3 12 187 72 +109

Cup[edit]

S Wins Draws Losses GF GA ±
15 1 0 1 8 3 +5
16 1 0 1 6 4 +2
17 1 0 1 9 2 +7
18 1 0 1 6 1 +5
Total 4 0 4 29 10 +19

Friendly's[edit]

S Wins Draws Losses GF GA ±
14 7 2 1 35 13 +22
15 9 1 4 48 28 +20
16 9 2 3 54 22 +32
17 13 1 0 62 10 +52
18 0 0 0 0 0 +0
Total 38 5 8 199 73 +126

* In Season 14 club started from week 6
** Season 18 is the current season

Extra: HT Supporter[edit]

Federations[edit]

Supporters[edit]

Adriatic FC is supported by:

  • Pring FC (since November - 2006)
  • FC Sveta Gora VT (since March - 2007)
  • Fallen Angelz (since July - 2007)
  • Tha Draaksz (since July - 2007)
  • O Resto é Cinza FC (since July - 2007)
  • FC InterGiulestina (since July - 2007)
  • Rutilus (since July - 2007)