14. kolo Prve m:tel lige Republike Srpske FK Tekstilac - FK Leotar 3:1 FK Tekstilac (Perović, Jolović, Rašević) - FK Leotar (Šipovac)
Fudbalski klub Tekstilac Derventa is a professional association football club from the town of Derventa that is situated in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Tekstilac currently plays in the First League of the Republika Srpska and plays its home matches on the Derventa City Stadium which has a capacity of 1,500 seats.
Nogometni Klub Varaždin, commonly referred to as Varaždin, is a Croatian football club, which plays in the town of Varaždin. They are currently playing in the Croatian First Football League.
FC Tekstilshchik Ivanovo is a Russian association football club based in the city of Ivanovo, playing in the Russian Football National League. It enjoyed Soviet and Russian football league systems' second tier membership in 1939, 1945 to 1962, 1965 to 1974, 1983, 1992, 1993, 2007 and from 2019.
FC Spartak Kostroma was a Russian association football club from Kostroma, founded in 1959. It played in the Russian Professional Football League.
FC Iskra Smolensk ) was a Russian football team from Smolensk. It played professionally in 1937 and 1960 to 1994.
Tekstilshchiki District is a district of South-Eastern Administrative Okrug of the federal city of Moscow, Russia. The area of the district is 6 square kilometres (2.3 sq mi).
Tekstilshchik means "the textile workers" or "the weavers".
Zrinjski Mostar is a sports association from the city of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was formed in 1905.
Zrinski was a Croatian-Hungarian noble family, a branch of the Croatian noble tribe of Šubić, influential during the period in history marked by the Ottoman wars in Europe in the Kingdom of Croatia's union with the Kingdom of Hungary and in the later Kingdom of Croatia as a part Habsburg Monarchy. Notable members of this family were Bans of Croatia, considered national heroes in both Croatia and Hungary, and were particularly celebrated during the period of Romanticism, a movement which was called Zrinijada in Croatia.