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Montenegrin Women's League

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Montenegrin Women's League
Founded2008 (as FSCG Trophy); 2011 (as 1. ŽFL)
Country Montenegro
ConfederationUEFA
Divisions1
Number of teams7
Level on pyramid1
Domestic cup(s)Montenegrin Cup (women)
International cup(s)UEFA Champions League
Current championsBreznica (4th title)
(2018–19)
Most championshipsEkonomist (5 titles)
WebsiteFederation

The Montenegrin women's football league (1. ŽFL) is the top level women's football league of Montenegro. It is organized by the Football Association of Montenegro.

The winning team of the league is eligible for a spot in the UEFA Women's Champions League.

The first national women's football competition was held in the season 2008-09, but the league played its inaugural season in 2011-12.[1]

History

Women's football history in Montenegro started in the period after the Montenegrin independence referendum. Beside the fact that the first women's club was founded in 2005, competitions started years after that. In 2008, Football Association of Montenegro founded national women's team and first women's competition - a yearly tournament called FSCG Trophy.[2] With its first season 2008-09, FSCG trophy matches lasted 60 minutes, with seven substitutes allowed. From season 2011-12, Montenegrin Women's First League is founded (commonly known as 1. ŽFL), with participation of the champion in the UEFA Women's Champions League.

FSCG Trophy (2008-2011)

Inaugural competition for women, Trophy of Montenegrin FA (Trofej FSCG) lasted three seasons. With matches' duration of 60 minutes, competition was preparation for founding of First Montenegrin Women's Football League.
First two editions of FSCG Trophy (2008–09, 2009–10) won ŽFK Palma from Podgorica[3][4] (from season 2016-17 under the name ŽFK Budućnost Podgorica[5]). On season 2010-11, winner was ŽFK Ekonomist from Nikšić.[6] In the first season of FSCG trophy participated only four clubs, but until the season 2010-11 there was six members of the competition.

First Women's League (2011-)

First matches of Montenegrin Women's League (1. ŽFL) were played in autumn 2011. In its first season, new competition with conventional rules (90 minutes games, 3 substitutes) had participants from all three regions of Montenegro (northern, central and southern).
In period from 2011 to 2015, most successful squad in 1. ŽFL was ŽFK Ekonomist. They won four consecutive titles, mostly finishing the seasons without a single defeat.[7][8] Successes of ŽFK Ekonomist finished on the season 2015-16, whose winner was ŽFK Breznica from Pljevlja.[9] That was the beginning of ŽFK Breznica dominaton. They won five titles in a row, including the season 2019-20, which was interrupted due to COVID-19 pandemic in Montenegro.[10]
Since foundation, 1. ŽFL had different number of participants: 2011/12 - 7 clubs; 2012-13 - 6 clubs; 2013/14 - 7 clubs; 2014/15 - 8 clubs; 2015/16 - 8 clubs; 2016/17 - 5 clubs; 2017/18 - 4 clubs; 2018/19 - 7 clubs; 2019/20 - 6 clubs.

Champions and top goalscorers

Titles by seasons

Season Competition Champion Runner-up Third
2008–09 FSCG Trophy Budućnost Podgorica Ekonomist Nikšić Pristan Bar
2009–10 FSCG Trophy Budućnost Podgorica Ekonomist Nikšić Pristan Bar
2010–11 FSCG Trophy Ekonomist Nikšić Sport Uno Bijelo Polje Pristan Bar
2011–12 1. ŽFL Ekonomist Nikšić Budućnost Podgorica Pristan Bar
2012–13 1. ŽFL Ekonomist Nikšić Podgorica Sport Uno Bijelo Polje
2013–14 1. ŽFL Ekonomist Nikšić Breznica Pljevlja Podgorica
2014–15 1. ŽFL Ekonomist Nikšić Breznica Pljevlja Podgorica
2015–16 1. ŽFL Breznica Pljevlja Ekonomist Nikšić Obilić Herceg Novi
2016–17[11] 1. ŽFL Breznica Pljevlja Ekonomist Nikšić Mladost Podgorica
2017–18[12] 1. ŽFL Breznica Pljevlja Ekonomist Nikšić Mladost Podgorica
2018–19 1. ŽFL Breznica Pljevlja Budućnost Podgorica Ekonomist Nikšić
2019–20 1. ŽFL Breznica Pljevlja Budućnost Podgorica Ekonomist Nikšić

Titles by team

Club Winners Runners-up Winning Years
ŽFK Ekonomist Nikšić
5
5
2010–11, 2011-12, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15
ŽFK Breznica Pljevlja
5
2
2015-16, 2016-17, 2017–18, 2018–19, 2019–20
ŽFK Budućnost Podgorica
2
3
2008-09, 2009-10
ŽFK Sport Uno Bijelo Polje
-
1
ŽFK Podgorica
-
1

Top scorers

Season Top scorer(s) Club Goals
2015-16 Montenegro Tamara Bojat
Serbia Marijana Jankov
Breznica 21[13]
2016-17 Montenegro Tamara Bojat Breznica 24
2017-18 Serbia Marijana Jankov Breznica 14[14]
2018-19 Montenegro Anđela Tošković Budućnost 30
2019-20 Montenegro Jelena Vujadinović Breznica 35

Participants and records

All-time participants (2008-)

Since foundation, in Montenegrin Women's League participated 16 different clubs. Below is a list of participants with number of seasons in the First League and total games, with victories, draws and defeats.

Club Town Ssn First Last G W D L Pts
Ekonomist Nikšić
12
2008-09
2019-20
147
114
9
24
351
Breznica Pljevlja
7
2013-14
2019-20
103
85
9
9
264
Budućnost Podgorica
7
2008-09
2019-20
68
55
2
11
167
Podgorica Podgorica
3
2012-13
2014-15
42
32
2
20
98
Obilić Herceg Novi
4
2014-15
2019-20
63
24
6
33
78
Pristan Bar
7
2009-10
2015-16
67
24
4
39
76
Mladost Podgorica
5
2015-16
2019-20
71
21
6
34
69
Sport Uno Bijelo Polje
5
2008-09
2012-13
41
17
6
18
57
Cvetex Berane
6
2013-14
2019-20
94
13
7
74
46
Sjeverna Zvijezda Bijelo Polje
3
2013-14
2015-16
30
7
4
19
25
Lovćen Cetinje
2
2015-16
2016-17
38
6
2
30
20
Brskovo Mojkovac
1
2014-15
2014-15
14
4
1
9
13
Durmitor Žabljak
4
2008-09
2012-13
36
3
4
29
13
Ulcinj Ulcinj
2
2012-13
2013-14
28
3
3
22
12
Cetinje Cetinje
1
2018-19
2018-19
18
3
0
15
9
Berane Berane
2
2009-10
2010-11
15
2
1
12
7
Ribnica Podgorica
2
2010-11
2011-12
15
0
0
15
0

Records

  • Biggest league victory/defeat: 28–0, Budućnost vs. Ribnica, 29.04.2012 (season 2011-12)[15]; 27–0, Ekonomist vs. Cvetex, 28.03.2014 (season 2013-14)[16]
  • Longest unbeaten run: 91 matches, Ekonomist, 20.05.2010 - 09.11.2015
  • Longest winning streak: 88 matches, Ekonomist, 20.05.2010 - 24.09.2015
  • Longest run without win: 20 matches, Ulcinj, 18.05.2013 - 19.05.2014
  • Longest losing streak: 19 matches, Cvetex, 23.09.2017 - 02.12.2018
  • Most points by season: 54, Ekonomist, season 2013-14
  • Fewest points by season: 0, Ribnica, season 2010-11; Durmitor, season 2012-13; Lovćen, season 2016-17
  • Highest number of scored goals by season: 252, Ekonomist, season 2013-14
  • Highest number of conceded goals by season: 131, Cvetex, season 2015-16

Sources:[17][18][19][20][21]

Current clubs (2018-19)

The 2018-19 Montenegrin Women's First League is 11th season of top-tier football in Montenegro. ŽFK Breznica Pljevlja are defending champions title.
The following seven clubs complete in First League 2018-19.

Club
City Finishing
in 2017-18
First season in
top division
Stadium Official website
ŽFK Breznica Pljevlja 1st 2013-14 Stadion pod Golubinjom (5,140) http://fkbreznica.me
ŽFK Budućnost Podgorica - 2008-09 Podgorica City Stadium (15,230)
ŽFK Cvetex Berane 4 2013-14 Berane City Stadium (8,000)
ŽFK Ekonomist Nikšić 2nd 2008-09 Stadion kraj Bistrice (5,214)
ŽFK Mladost Podgorica 3rd 2015-16 Mladost Stadium (1,500)
ŽFK Cetinje Cetinje - 2018-19 Obilića Poljana (2,000)
ŽFK Obilić Herceg Novi - 2014-15 Stadion Solila (1,600)

Sources:[22][23]

Montenegrin clubs in European competitions

Since the season 2012-13, champion of Montenegrin Women's League is playing in the UEFA Women's Champions League. In the period 2012-2015, the only Montenegrin representative was ŽFK Ekonomist. On season 2016-17, for the first time, Montenegro was represented in UEFA Champions League by ŽFK Breznica.
Below is a table with Montenegrin clubs' scores in UEFA competitions.

Team Seasons G W D L GD
ŽFK Breznica Pljevlja
4
12
1
4
7
16:50
ŽFK Ekonomist
4
12
0
2
10
8:45
OVERALL
24
1
6
17
24:95

As of the end of UEFA competitions 2019–20 season.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Women's football gains firm footing in Montenegro". UEFA. 28 June 2011. Retrieved 2 May 2012.
  2. ^ "FSCG Trophy" for the ladies will start on Sunday" (in Montenegrin). 23 April 2009. Retrieved 2 May 2012.
  3. ^ "Montenegro (Women) 2009". RSSSF. Retrieved 2 May 2012.
  4. ^ "Montenegro (Women) 2010". RSSSF. Retrieved 2 May 2012.
  5. ^ http://www.vijesti.me/sport/od-2017-crnogorska-prva-liga-sa-10-clanova-889608
  6. ^ "Montenegro (Women) 2010/11". RSSSF. Retrieved 2 May 2012.
  7. ^ "Titula za Ekonomist" (in Montenegrin). fscg.co.me. 21 May 2012. Retrieved 24 May 2012.
  8. ^ "Ekonomist win 2nd title" (in Montenegrin). hercegovina.info/. 13 May 2013. Retrieved 21 May 2013.
  9. ^ http://www.uefa.com/memberassociations/association=mne/women/standings/index.html
  10. ^ https://fscg.me/vijesti/7577/saopstenje-izvrsnog-odbora-07072020/
  11. ^ "Početak dominacije - druga uzastopna titula Breznice (Dominated from start, Breznica wins second title)" (in Montenegrin). vijesti.me. 5 May 2017. Retrieved 8 May 2017.
  12. ^ http://fkbreznica.me/2018/04/09/fk-breznica-sampion-crne-gore/
  13. ^ https://fscg.me/files/documents/1132/Amlanah%20fscg%202015-16_web.pdf
  14. ^ https://fscg.me/files/documents/1485/Godisnjak_2017-18_FINAL_web.pdf
  15. ^ https://fscg.me/files/documents/1128/Almanah%20fscg%202011%20-%2012_web.pdf
  16. ^ https://fscg.me/files/documents/1130/Almanah%20fscg%202013-14_web.pdf
  17. ^ http://fscg.me/component/joomleague/matchreport/24/1820
  18. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesm/monteg-wom2011.html
  19. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesm/monteg-wom2013.html
  20. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesm/monteg-wom2014.html
  21. ^ http://fscg.me/takmicenja/1-zfl/resultsranking/403348-1-zfl-crne-gore-15-16/200323/0/0/0/0
  22. ^ http://cg-fudbal.com/zfl-breznica-osvojila-niksic/
  23. ^ http://cg-fudbal.com/zfl-sampion-brojao-23/

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