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Montenegrin Republic League

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Montenegrin Republic League
Coat of arms of Montenegro (1945–1994).svg
Founded1946; 74 years ago (1946)
Folded2006
CountrySR Montenegro, SFR Yugoslavia
ConfederationUEFA
Level on pyramid3
Promotion toYugoslav Second League
Domestic cup(s)Montenegrin Republic Cup Yugoslav Cup
Last championsBerane
(2005–06)
Most championshipsOFK Titograd (12 titles)

Montenegrin Republic League (Montenegrin: Crnogorska republička liga / Црногорска републичка лига) was the third tier football league of SFR Yugoslavia. The top clubs were promoted to Yugoslav Second League.

Overview

Founded in spring 1946, Montenegrin Republic League was the oldest football competition in Montenegro after WWII.[1] It existed 60 years, and most of the time it was the third tier of competition (after First League and Second League). In inaugural season (1946) in Montenegrin Republic League played only four clubs - FK Budućnost, FK Lovćen, FK Sutjeska and FK Arsenal.[2]
During its existence, Montenegrin Republic League was organised by Football Association of Montenegro.
Number of participants was different - from four (1946) to 18 during the nineties.
Except that, another competition on republic level, which existed from 1946 to 2006 was Montenegrin Republic Cup.

Levels on pyramid

While existed, Montenegrin Republic League was not always been third level of competition. It started as a Montenegrin qualifiers for inaugural season of Yugoslav First League. During three seasons (1946-47, 1952 and 1953) it was the second-tier competition in SFR Yugoslavia football system, and during the five years the competition have role of fourth level on pyramid.

Period Tier Period Tier Period Tier
1946 I 1950 IV 1953-1988 III
1946-1947 II 1951 III 1988-1992 IV
1947-1949 III 1952-1953 II 1992-2006 III

Winners and seasons

Champions

During the six decades, 18 different clubs won the champions title in Montenegrin Republic League.
Most titles won OFK Titograd (12), FK Lovćen (9) and FK Bokelj (8). Except them, eight other teams won more than one champions’ title.
Below is a list of champions of Montenegrin Republic League, by number of titles.

Club City Champions Runners-up Winning years
Titograd Podgorica
12
6
1958/59, 1960/61, 1961/62, 1963/64, 1966/67, 1967/68, 1974/75, 1978/79, 1983/84, 1986/87, 1990/91, 1998/99
Lovćen Cetinje
9
7
1959/60, 1962/63, 1964/65, 1973/74, 1979/80, 1981/82, 1984/85, 1989/90, 1992/93
Bokelj Kotor
8
3
1947/48, 1950, 1953/54, 1955/56, 1956/57, 1970/71, 1985/86, 1987/88
Iskra Danilovgrad
4
4
1969/70, 1972/73, 1993/94, 1999/00
Sutjeska Nikšić
4
3
1946/47, 1948/49, 1954/55, 1976/77
Berane Berane
4
-
1951, 1982/83, 1996/97, 2005/06
Jedinstvo Bijelo Polje
3
5
1971/72, 1975/76, 1977/78
Mornar Bar
3
1
1988/89, 1994/95, 2000/01
Budućnost Podgorica
3
-
1946, 1952, 1953
Rudar Pljevlja
2
5
1957/58, 1965/66
Kom Podgorica
2
1
1991/92, 2001/02
Zeta Golubovci
1
4
1997/98
Zora Spuž
1
2
2004/05
Igalo Igalo
1
2
1995/96
Dečić Tuzi
1
1
2003/04
Zabjelo Podgorica
1
1
1968/69
Mogren Budva
1
-
1980/81
Grbalj Radanovići
1
-
2002/03

Seasons

From 1946 to 2006, there was 61 seasons of Montenegrin Republic League. Below is the list of winners, runners-up and third-placed teams by every single season. In the number of clubs on higher level are counted all Montenegrin teams which played in Yugoslav First League, Yugoslav Second League or Yugoslav Third League at the time.

Key to list of winners
double-dagger Winning team won The Doublea
Season First place Second place Third place Higherb
1946 FK Budućnost FK Lovćen FK Sutjeska
-
1946/47 FK Sutjeska FK Bokelj FK Lovćen
1
1947/48 FK Bokelj FK Lovćen FK Rudar
1
1948/49 FK Sutjeska FK Lovćen FK Rudar
1
1950 FK Bokelj FK Arsenal FK Rudar
2
1951 FK Berane FK Sutjeska FK Jedinstvo
2
1952 FK Budućnost FK Sutjeska FK Lovćen
-
1953 FK Budućnost FK Lovćen FK Berane
-
1953/54 FK Bokelj FK Sutjeska FK Arsenal
2
1954/55 FK Sutjeska OFK Titograd FK Radnički Nikšić
3
1955/56 FK Bokelj FK Iskra FK Gorštak
9
1956/57 FK Bokelj FK Rudar FK Javorak
8
1957/58 FK Rudar FK Zora FK Gorštak
8
1958/59 OFK Titograd FK Arsenal FK Rudar
3
1959/60 FK Lovćen FK Iskra FK Jedinstvo
2
1960/61 OFK Titograd FK Jedinstvo FK Bokelj
2
1961/62 OFK Titograd FK Bokelj FK Rudar
2
1962/63 FK Lovćen FK Jedinstvo FK Rudar
2
1963/64 OFK Titograd FK Lovćen FK Rudar
2
1964/65 FK Lovćen OFK Titograd FK Bokelj
2
1965/66 FK Rudar OFK Titograd FK Jedinstvo
3
1966/67 OFK Titograd FK Rudar FK Jedinstvo
3
1967/68 OFK Titograd FK Čelik FK Jedinstvo
3
1968/69 FK Zabjelo FK Rudar FK Arsenal
6
1969/70 FK Iskra FK Bokelj FK Mornar
6
1970/71 FK Bokelj FK Rudar FK Arsenal
5
1971/72 FK Jedinstvo FK Rudar FK Arsenal
6
1972/73 FK Iskra OFK Petrovac FK Grafičar
7
1973/74 FK Lovćen FK Jedinstvo FK Zeta
4
1974/75 OFK Titograd FK Zeta FK Grafičar
4
1975/76 FK Jedinstvo FK Zeta FK Mogren
4
1976/77 FK Sutjeska OFK Titograd OFK Petrovac
3
1977/78 FK Jedinstvo OFK Petrovac OFK Titograd
3
1978/79 OFK Titograd FK Iskra FK Lovćen
3
1979/80 FK Lovćen FK Tekstilac FK Rudar
3
1980/81 FK Mogren FK Titeks FK Čelik
4
1981/82 FK Lovćen FK Čelik FK Zeta
4
1982/83 FK Berane FK Zeta FK Rudar
1983/84 OFK Titograd FK Zeta FK Bokelj
1984/85 FK Lovćen FK Čelik FK Bokelj
1985/86 FK Bokelj OFK Igalo FK Zeta
1986/87 OFK Titograd OFK Igalo FK Jedinstvo
1987/88 FK Bokelj FK Jedinstvo FK Lovćen
1988/89 FK Mornar FK Luka Bar FK Dečić
1989/90 FK Lovćen FK Dečić FK Kom
1990/91 OFK Titograd FK Ribnica FK Kom
1991/92 FK Kom FK Iskra FK Čelik
1992/93 FK Lovćen FK Kom FK Luka Bar
1993/94 FK Iskra FK Mornar OFK Titograd
1994/95 FK Mornar OFK Titograd FK Kom
1995/96 OFK Igalo FK Čelik OFK Titograd
1996/97 FK Berane FK Ibar FK Lovćen
1997/98 FK Zeta FK Lovćen FK Zabjelo
1998/99 OFK Titograd FK Jedinstvo OFK Grbalj
1999/00 FK Iskra FK Zabjelo FK Crvena Stijena
2000/01 FK Mornar OFK Petrovac FK Ribnica
2001/02 FK Kom FK Jezero OFK Grbalj
2002/03 OFK Grbalj FK Zora FK Crvena Stijena
2003/04 FK Dečić FK Lovćen FK Crvena Stijena
2004/05 FK Zora FK Gusinje FK Iskra
2005/06 FK Berane OFK Titograd FK Ibar

^a Double = winner of Montenegrin Republic League and Montenegrin Republic Cup during the same season
^b Number of Montenegrin clubs which played on higher level (Yugoslav First League, Yugoslav Second League, Yugoslav Third League)

Records and statistics

All-time records

  • Biggest league victory/defeat: 17–1, Kom vs. Županica, season 2001/02; 15–0, Titograd - Iskra, season 1998/99
  • Biggest number of scored goals on single season: 118, Titograd, season 1998/99; 106, Mornar, season 2000/01; 106, Kom, season 2001/02
  • Biggest number of conceded goals on single season: 157, Polimlje, season 2000/01; 123, Županica, season 2001/02; 118, Tekstilac, season 1994/95
  • Most wins on single season: 28, Mornar, season 2000/01
  • Season without any win: Arsenal, season 1966/67; Tekstilac, season 1965/66
  • Lowest number of defeats on single season: 1, Mornar, season 2000/01; 1, Titograd, season 1986/87; 1, Titograd, season 1978/79; 1, Titograd, season 1974/75; Titograd, season 1966/67; Rudar, season 1966/67; 1, Lovćen, season 1964/65; 1, Titograd, season 1963/64
  • Biggest number of defeats on single season: 27, Polimlje, season 2000/01
  • Most draws on single season: 15, Arsenal, season 1989/90
  • Biggest number of minutes without conceded goal: 1197, Titograd (goalkeeper: V. Raičević), season 1998/99
  • Biggest attendance: 10,000, Berane - Zeta, season 1982/83

Note: Records are counted only for seasons with 10 or more participants
Sources:[3][4][5][6]

Relegation and promotion

Higher tier

During the most time, higher level of competition was Yugoslav Second League or Second League of FR Yugoslavia. Exceptions are three seasons when participants of Montenegrin Republic League gained promotion in Yugoslav First League or in the qualifiers for the top-flight, and five seasons when members of Republic League went to Yugoslav Third League.

Lower tier

Since 1968, Montenegrin regional league system was founded as official competition of fourth-tier. League was structured through three groups - Central (Srednja regija), South (Južna regija) and North (Sjeverna regija).[7][8][9] Winners of each group gained promotion to Montenegrin Republic League. From the other side, since 1968, three worst-placed members of Montenegrin Republic League were relegated to regional system, while the group depended from their geographical position.
Same structure is kept in the competition of Montenegrin Third League since 2006.

See also

References

  1. ^ https://fscg.me/savez/o-nama/
  2. ^ http://www.fklovcen.me/?page_id=868
  3. ^ 'Crnogorski klubovi u fudbalskim takmičenjima 1946-2016', Podgorica, 2016.
  4. ^ http://www.oocities.org/elvis_durovic/FKJezero.html
  5. ^ Novak Jovanović: Fudbalska takmičenja u Crnoj Gori : 1925-1985 , Cetinje, 1991., UDK: 796.332.093(497.16)"1925/1985
  6. ^ Godišnjak Fudbalskog saveza Jugoslavije, Beograd, ISSN: 0351-2894
  7. ^ http://sjevernaregija.me/
  8. ^ http://juznaregija.me/
  9. ^ http://srednjaregija.me/
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