The emblem of the
Town hall of Bijeljina
RIMAX - INVEST
Centurion Security Bijeljina
The Hotel "St. Stefan" Dvorovi
The club in
front of the Town Hall Bijeljina
the Chief Instructor: Milan Bojic
Address : Braće Subotić 12, 76300 Bijeljina
+387 55 215
+387 65 908 587
| Web: http://www.karate-soko.com|
The club established in 1997, and number of it`s members is growing since.
He reached his way to the top while overcoming many obstacles, often
equipped only with his enthusiasm and efforts of Mr. Milan Bojic. There
were many critical moments that were quickly overcome thanks to the
talents of those who train here and who helped this club become a success.
Mr. Milan Bojic is establisher and manager of the club. Nowadays he works
as Chief Instructor and also as the president of the club. It is the wide
experience in teaching and working with children ( during his time in KK
Panteri where he was the Chief Instructor) that makes him such a good
teacher and expert at identifying children`s needs and abilities and make
of them real talents. His main aim in working with children is developing
social activities, good behavior and showing more respect for other
people. The clubs` members are obligated to avoid all kinds of vices and
to live health life.
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In the beginning of existing the club had no many to send its members to
the international tournaments. In those times there were not any donors
who might help. In spite of that, the club managed to get good results
both in national and international tournaments. Thanks to Kosig Danube
Insurance and Zlatko Jokovic, as the leading insurance company in The
republic of Srpska, the club has opportunity to travel and win medals all
over the world.
The clubs` members have training courses at the “Sokolsi dom” sports
hall, at the “Dragan and Zoran” nursery, “St. Stefan” hotel,
elementary school in Batkovic and at the Culture House in Balatun.
Also they have trainings in the private hall that Milan Bojic had it
made. The club participated in tournaments in many countries. Those
are: Scandinavian championship Malma – Sweden, Bavaria championship
Inglstat, Minhen – Germany, Open Lucenec, Novohrad – Slovakia,
Tatabanja Open Budapest – Hungary,
The hall that Milan Bojic had it built
Slovakia Open, Bratislava – Slovakia, Miskolc – Hungary, Memorial
David Mastoro – Italy, Krokojama Cup, Koblenc – Germany, Bohemia Cup,
Prag – The Czech Republic, Austria Open, Salzburg – Austria, Banzai
Cup, Arad – Romania, Slovenia Open, Sevnica, Novo Mesto – Slovenia,
Sasen – Anhalt Open, Quedlinburg – Germany.
competitors who won medals are: Sladjan Stanisic, Stanoje Trakilovic,
Dusko Simic, Milica Ignjatov, Suncica Simeunovic, Dragana Vukovic, Ivana
Simic, Dragana Simeunovic, Aleksa Obradovic, Dejan Stevanovic, Mitar
Bojic, Dusko Simic and Maja Bircakovic.
Well done to all who participated, as well.
THE CLUBS` PROGRAMME
The instructors` main aims and goals are:
- to train, teach and educate using their karate skills
and other martial arts.
- to promote, help, start and take systematically
physical education of their students managing develop students` health,
working ability and readiness for country defense in that way.
- to manage high quality of self – defense skills, in
the association with sports organizations, schools, faculties, clubs
and labor organizations, for the purpose of civil safety.
- to develop habits of systematically training
karate and other martial arts of citizen all ages.
- to follow and help training the most successful
members and instructors, for the purpose of gaining the highest results.
- to organize teaching and training courses both in
national and international level and to do other activities in purpose
of educating youth, reaching top quality of competitors, instructions
- to follow competition system of karate sport along
with teaching best competitors from youngest to oldest age in single and
team competition in both national and international tournaments.
- to organize karate tournaments, competitions and
performances which reflects a good quality of our members, all with the
aim of advertising the club.
- to form karate units within schools, universities
and companies; to ensure conditions and
trainings for all who are interested in karate and recreation and other
- to develop international co – operation based on clubs`
and other sports organizations legal rules.