The Premijer Liga, which is the highest football division in Bosnia and Herzegovina and is organized by the Bosnian Football Federation, has a fascinating history of development. It began as a league only for Muslim clubs in 1994, but following the country's political turmoil between 1997 and 2000, the league's format changed and was open to clubs from Herzeg-Bosnia as well as those in the Bosnian and Serbian Republics. From the 2000-2001 season, the Bosnian and Croatian leagues were merged into one, and in 2002, clubs from the Serbian Republic also joined the league, leading to the creation of another Bosnian second division, the Prva Liga Federacija Bosne i Hercegovine.
The league currently consists of twelve teams, with the bottom two teams relegated to the lower division. The Bosnian champion club qualifies for the UEFA Champions League, while the second and third-placed teams, along with the cup winner, qualifies for the UEFA Europa Conference League.
The history and achievements of each club in the league are chronicled in detail on Wikipedia. The page also includes information on the number of titles won by each club, the number of seasons played by each, and even the names of referees who have officiated matches in the Premijer Liga.
If you want to read more about the Premijer Liga, you can check out the Wikipedia page here: https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Premijer_Liga. This page provides more insightful details on the league.