|28 May 23||Tuzla City ||3 - 0|| ||Zrinjski|
|28 May 23||Sloga Doboj ||2 - 1|| ||Borac Banja Luk|
|28 May 23||Leotar ||2 - 1|| ||Siroki Brijeg|
|28 May 23||Sloboda ||1 - 2|| ||Zeljeznicar|
|28 May 23||Posušje ||2 - 1|| ||Velez Mostar|
|28 May 23||FK Sarajevo ||2 - 4|| ||Igman Konjic|
|27 May 23||Tuzla City ||-|| ||Borac Banja Luk|
|27 May 23||Velez Mostar ||-|| ||FK Sarajevo|
|27 May 23||Siroki Brijeg ||-|| ||Posušje|
|27 May 23||Leotar ||-|| ||Sloboda|
The BH Telecom Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnian: BH Telecom Premijer liga Bosne i Hercegovine / БХ Телеком Премијер лига Босне и Херцеговине), also known as Liga 12, is the top tier football league in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and is operated by the Football Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina. As the country's most prestigious level of football competition, the league changed format in the 2016–17 season and is contested by 12 clubs with the last two teams relegated at the end of every season.
The League is, as of the 2020–21 season, represented by four clubs in European competition. The winner of the Premier League starts from the UEFA Champions League first qualifying round. The winner of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Cup as well as the runner up and third placed team on table starts from the first qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League.
At the end of the season, the bottom two teams are relegated while winners of the First League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the First League of the Republika Srpska are promoted to the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Borac Banja Luk
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