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FK Ribnica Konik
Ribnica-b.gif
Full nameFudbalski klub Ribnica
Nickname(s)'Lavovi' (Lions)
Founded1974
GroundCamp FSCG,
Podgorica, Montenegro
Capacity1,050
ManagerMontenegro Boško Gazivoda
LeagueMontenegrin Third League
2015-164

Fudbalski klub Ribnica (English: Football Club Ribnica Konik) is a football club from Konik, Podgorica, Montenegro. They currently compete in the Montenegrin Third League - Center.

History

Period 1974-2006

FK Ribnica was founded in 1974, at Konik, the biggest settlement of Podgorica. There were several sports teams by the same name, but they no longer exist. The club is named after the Ribnica river, which flows through the Konik and Podgorica center.
During the seventies, Ribnica played in the Fourth League - Central region (lowest rank in SFR Yugoslavia). At that time, big rivalry between FK Ribnica and neighbouring FK Grafičar was born.
In the 1983-84 season, Ribnica won the title of the Fourth League - Central region champion, after 24 weeks long competition with the teams Grafičar, Gorštak, Kom, Zora, Napredak, Avijatičar, Radnički, Crvena zvijezda, Metalac, Partizan, Poštar and Bratstvo. With that success, FK Ribnica, for the first time in club history, gained promotion to the Montenegrin Republic League.
After six consecutive seasons in the Republic League, the biggest success at that time, FK Ribnica made on season 1990-91.[1] Finished as a second-placed team in Montenegrin Republic League, Ribnica was promoted to the Yugoslav Third Inter-Republic League - West. During that season in Republic League, FK Ribnica scored 71 goals in 26 games, which was an absolute record in the team's history.
The club participated in the Yugoslav Third League for one season (1991–92), finished in 16th position. After that, FK Ribnica was relegated to the Montenegrin Republic League.
At FR Yugoslavia era (1992-2006), FK Ribnica played majority of seasons in the Montenegrin Republic League (third-tier competition), but never again gained promotion to federal competitions (Second league). In the 1994-95 season, FK Ribnica made the biggest victory in team history, against FK Tekstilac (9-1).
After the 2003-04 season, placed in 14th position, FK Ribnica was relegated from the Montenegrin Republic League after 20 consecutive seasons. At the end of that season, the team lost against FK Berane away with 1-11, which was the biggest defeat of FK Ribnica until then.
During the 1990s and the first half of the 2000s, FK Ribnica started their careers many famous players from Montenegro, as Vukašin Poleksić, Srđan Kljajević, Senad Rizvanaj, Ivan Čarapić, Saša Ivanović and others.

Period 2006-

After Montenegrin independence, FK Ribnica became a member of the Montenegrin Third League. During the seasons 2006-07 and 2007–08, FK Ribnica won the trophy of the Central Region Cup winner and participated in the Montenegrin Cup seasons 2006-07, 2007-08 and 2008-09.
In the 2007-08 season, FK Ribnica won the title of the Third Montenegrin League - Central champion and in the playoffs against FK Mornar and FK Polimlje, they gained promotion to the Montenegrin Second League, which was the historical success for the club. FK Ribnica played only one season in the Second League, finishing as a last-placed team in season 2008-09. In May 2009, FK Ribnica was defeated against FK Otrant in Ulcinj, 2-12.[2] That was the highest defeat in the history of Montenegrin Second League.
After one year in higher rank, FK Ribnica was relegated to the Third League, where they are still playing.
Last success FK Ribnica made at Montenegrin Cup 2013-14 season. As a bottom-league member, they eliminated a member of the Second League, FK Igalo in first leg (3-1), but were defeated in the Round of 16 against First League side OFK Grbalj (1-3; 1-3).

FK Ribnica in Montenegrin Second League

FK Ribnica played one season in the Montenegrin Second League - 2008/09.[3] During its 33 weeks, Ribnica made two wins and four draws with 27 defeats. With only 10 points earned, FK Ribnica made a record with negative score since the Montenegrin Second League was established. Except that, FK Ribnica made few another negative records in the history of the Second League - as a lowest number of wins at one season (2), highest number of losses (27), highest number of conceded goals (82), longest run without wins (14 games), longest losing streak (14 games) and biggest defeat (vs. FK Otrant 2-12).

Season Place M W D L GD PTS
2008/09. 12 33 2 4 27 16:82 10

FK Ribnica in Yugoslav federal competitions

FK Ribnica spent the 1991-92 season in the Yugoslav Third Inter-Republic League - West. That was the only season in history that FK Ribnica played in Yugoslav federal competitions. Below is the table of the season.

Yugoslav Third League - West 1991-92
Team M W D L GD PTS
Rudar Pljevlja
34
23
6
5
80:35
52
Mladost Lučani
34
21
4
9
70:29
46
Novi Pazar
34
20
4
10
58:25
44
Sloga Kraljevo
34
18
5
11
46:28
41
Zastava Kragujevac
34
15
10
9
54:29
40
Šumadija Aranđelovac
34
16
6
12
44:34
38
Rudar Stari Trg
34
16
5
13
38:41
37
Bokelj Kotor
34
16
4
14
63:46
36
Lovćen Cetinje
34
13
9
12
38:48
35
Berane
34
11
10
13
36:44
32
Budućnost Peć
34
14
4
16
33:56
32
Mornar Bar
34
12
9
13
37:41
33
Mladost Podgorica
34
12
6
16
43:40
30
FAP Priboj
34
12
6
16
44:48
30
Polimlje Prijepolje
34
11
7
16
44:53
29
Ribnica Podgorica
34
13
2
19
34:63
28
Trepča Kosovska Mitrovica
34
9
6
19
37:72
24
Prvi Partizan Užice
34
1
2
31
19:87
4

Seasons in Montenegrin Republic League

Below is a score of FK Ribnica by every single season in the Montenegrin Republic League. They spent overall 19 seasons in the Republic League, which was, at majority of period, the third tier of football competition in SFR Yugoslavia and FR Yugoslavia.

Honours and achievements

Current squad

Below is the squad of FK Ribnica for Montenegrin Third League 2016-17 season.[4] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Montenegro FW Miloš Vujović
2 Montenegro DF Dražen Pejović
6 Montenegro DF Nikola Martinović
7 Montenegro MF Milić Popović
8 Montenegro DF Savo Rolović
9 Montenegro MF Nemanja Samardžić
10 Montenegro FW Stevan Pekić
11 Montenegro MF Giovanni Quartulli
No. Position Player
14 Montenegro MF Vladimir Vujošević
18 Montenegro MF Miroslav Turković
19 Montenegro MF Mihailo Milić
20 Montenegro MF Damir Avdijaj
22 Montenegro MF Velibor Vuković
3 Montenegro DF Anel Markišić
30 Montenegro FW Vojislav Vasović
80 Montenegro FW Aleksandar Paljević

Coach: Boško Gazivoda

Stadium

FK Ribnica plays their home games at Camp FSCG. Previously, from 1974 to 2010, the team had their own Stadion na Koniku, with a capacity of 750 seats. In 2010, after the expansion of quarter buildings, the old stadium was demolished.

Women's Football Club

From 2009, FK Ribnica founded a Women's Football Club Ribnica (ŽFK Ribnica).[5] The team played for two seasons in the Montenegrin Women's League (2010–11; 2011–12).

See also

External links

References

This page was last edited on 19 April 2020, at 02:25
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