Sarajevo plays its home games at Asim Ferhatović Hase Stadium, a 35,630 seat venue located in the city's Koševo neighborhood. Horde Zla, the team's supporters organization since 1987, traditionally occupies the stadium's north side. The club is strongly associated with its bordo colors, the Koševo stadium, and former stars such as Asim Ferhatović and Safet Sušić, as well as with the city of Sarajevo and Bosnia in general.
FK Sarajevo first entered the renowned First League of Yugoslavia after eliminating Sloga from Novi Sad. FK Sarajevo drew the first match 3-3 in Novi Sad, but then dominated the second match in Sarajevo 5-1. FK Sarajevo lasted only one season in the First League before falling out, but made it back in 1950. From there, FK Sarajevo remained a stable component of the First League every year except the 1957-1958 season.
Asim Hase Ferhatović's retirement in 1968 was one of the most important events in Sarajevo Sport history. The day itself has become something of a legend, glorified in the notable 80's song Dan Kad Je Otišao Hase (The Day That Hase Left) by popular Sarajevo garage rock band Zabranjeno Pušenje (No Smoking). The day that Asim Hase Ferhatović played his last game, the famous Sarajevo newspaper the Oslobođenje ran the headline Jedan Je Hase! (There is Only One Hase!). The success did not stop with Hase's leaving however. From 1948 to 1982, FK Sarajevo played 226 international matches on four continents. Of these it won 107, drew, 58, and lost 61 with a goal differential of 570 for to 383 against.
Since the end of the war, FK Sarajevo have been in the Football Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina. There they have been one of the most successful and dominant clubs in the league's short history, even making several brief appearances in European competition. In 2004, FK Sarajevo legend Safet Sušić was voted Bosnia and Herzegovina's best player of the last 50 years to mark UEFA's Golden Jubilee.
An amazing 2006/2007 season finished with Sarajevo winning the league, therefore meaning the team entered the UEFA Champions League. Sarajevo started its run on July 17 against Maltese champions Marsaxlokk. Sarajevo dominated and stunned the Maltese with a 6-0 away victory - the biggest win in FK Sarajevo's post-war history and won once again in Kosevo stadium 3-1, beating Marsaxlokk with an aggregate score of 9-1. The 'Bordo Team' was faced with a game against Belgian Jupiler League runners-up K.R.C. Genk. Sarajevo pulled of one of the most memorable wins with a 2-1 win over Genk in Belgium. The home leg was less successful with Sarajevo losing 1-0 - Sarajevo qualified on the away goals rule. In the third round, Sarajevo were drawn with Dynamo Kiev. It proved to be a game too far, with the Ukrainian team winning 4-0 on aggregate. FK Sarajevo is the only BiH Premier League team along with FK Željezničar Sarajevo to reach such a stage in Europe.
After hard fought battles against Dinamo Kiev which ended Dinamo Kiev's favor of a 4-0 victory in aggregate, They had to settle for Europe's second most cherished prize, the UEFA Cup. FK Sarajevo played a rather attacking style in the first game and almost came about scoring a goal a couple of times, with one actually entering the net but it had to be dealt as an offside.
They lost at home to FC Basel 1-2 pulling up wonderful performances but couldn't net a goal until the 90th minute.
Horde Zla supporters are all around europe, such as Horde Zla Stugart located in Germany.
Also Horde Zla are found in the States. The most famous is Horde Zla Reapers located in Los Angeles California. They come every year to support their club. In recent times these hooligans have not been in sarajevo almost 2 years because of a huge brawl between the rival club Zeljo. They are suspected to return spring of 2009.
Club Ranking for 2006/2007 Euro Season (Previous year rank in italics, UEFA Club Coefficients in parentheses)
National League Ranking for 2006/2007 Euro Season (Previous year rank in italics)