Terme Olimia Podčetrtek - Zlatorog Laško - 2. kolo, za obstanek - Liga Nova KBM - Sezona 2019/20.
GGD Šenčur - Terme Olimia Podčetrtek - 1. kolo, za obstanek - Liga Nova KBM - Sezona 2019/20.
1.SKL 19/20 18.kolo Koper Primorska - Terme Olimia Podčetrtek.
1.SKL 19/20 17.kolo Terme Olimia Podčetrtek - Zlatorog Laško.
1.SKL 19/20 16.kolo TERME OLIMIA PODČETRTEK - ROGAŠKA.
1.SKL 19/20 14.kolo Terme Olimia Podčetrtek - Gorenjska gradbena družba Šenčur.
1.SKL 19/20 12. KOLO TERME OLIMIA PODČETRTEK - HOPSI POLZELA.
Podčetrtek is a settlement in eastern Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Podčetrtek.
The Celje Water Tower is a well-preserved part of the town walls of Celje, Slovenia. It was built as a corner tower after 1451 and redesigned in the 16th century.
Celje ) is the third-largest town in Slovenia. It is a regional center of the traditional Slovenian region of Styria and the administrative seat of the City Municipality of Celje (Slovene: Mestna občina Celje).
The Celje First Grammar School is a coeducational nondenominational state secondary general education school for students aged between 15 and 19 in Celje, Slovenia. It was the first high school built in the region, established in 1808 by the Austrian Empire.
Celje Hall is a community center in Celje, a town in central-eastern Slovenia. Today it hosts several cultural associations and the town's tourist information centre, and is a venue for concerts and theatre.
Celje railway station is a railway station in Celje, Slovenia. It was erected in 1846.
Celje Castle (Slovene Celjski grad, Celjski zgornji grad or Stari grad) is a castle ruin in Celje, Slovenia, formerly the seat of the Counts of Celje. It stands on three hills to the southeast of Celje, where the river Savinja meanders into the Laško valley.
Celje National Hall is a city hall in Celje, a town in central-eastern Slovenia. It was built between 1895 and 1896 and today hosts the seat of a township.
The Celje Post Office is the administrative post office in the city of Celje, Slovenia. Celje used the post number 63000 between 1945–1991.