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Montenegrin clubs in Yugoslav football competitions (1946–2006)

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Before the independence of Montenegro, football clubs from that country played in different competitions. From 1945 to 2006, Montenegrin club played in the leagues of SFR Yugoslavia, FR Yugoslavia and the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro.

Upon the independence referendum, Montenegrin Football Association established their own competitions, with the Montenegrin First League as a top tier.

History

As a part of the football system in SFR Yugoslavia, FR Yugoslavia and Serbia and Montenegro, Montenegrin clubs played in different leagues. Below is the table with chronology of competition system and leagues in which played Montenegrin teams during the each period from 1945 to 2006.

Country Period Tiers
SFR Yugoslavia 1946 Montenegrin Republic League (I)
SFR Yugoslavia 1946-1947 Yugoslav First League (I)
Montenegrin Republic League (II)
SFR Yugoslavia 1947-1949 Yugoslav First League (I)
Yugoslav Second League (II)
Montenegrin Republic League (III)
SFR Yugoslavia 1950 Yugoslav First League (I)
Yugoslav Second League (II)
Yugoslav Third League (III)
Montenegrin Republic League (IV)
SFR Yugoslavia 1951-1961 Yugoslav First League (I)
Yugoslav Second League (II)
Montenegrin Republic League (III)
SFR Yugoslavia 1961-1988 Yugoslav First League (I)
Yugoslav Second League (II)
Montenegrin Republic League (III)
Montenegrin regional league system (IV)
SFR Yugoslavia 1988-1992 Yugoslav First League (I)
Yugoslav Second League (II)
Yugoslav Third League (III)
Montenegrin Republic League (IV)
Montenegrin regional league system (V)
FR Yugoslavia 1992-2001 First League of FR Yugoslavia (I)
Second League of FR Yugoslavia (II)
Montenegrin Republic League (III)
Montenegrin regional league system (IV)
Serbia and Montenegro 2001-2006 First League of Serbia and Montenegro (I)
Second League of Serbia and Montenegro (II)
Montenegrin Republic League (III)
Montenegrin regional league system (IV)

Montenegrin clubs in Yugoslav First League

Overall, seven different Montenegrin clubs played in the First League from 1946 to 2006. Most seasons played FK Budućnost (37) and FK Sutjeska (20). FK Rudar and FK Zeta played 6 seasons in First League, and FK Mogren 5 seasons. For one season, members of First League were FK Kom and FK Jedinstvo.

Participants and seasons (1946-1992)

During the existence of SFR Yugoslavia, Montenegrin clubs which participated in the First League were FK Budućnost and FK Sutjeska. Budućnost was among the clubs which participated in the first season of Yugoslav First League (1946-47).

Club Seasons First season Last season Matches W D L GD
FK Budućnost 26 1946-47 1991-92 789 261 188 335 889:1114
FK Sutjeska 9 1964-65 1991-92 295 90 65 135 346:454

Participants and seasons (1992-2006)

Due to fact that in new state union of FR Yugoslavia (later Serbia and Montenegro) were two republics, Montenegrin clubs find easier way to qualify for the First League. Among the clubs which played one or more seasons in the First League of FR Yugoslavia and, later, Serbia and Montenegro, were FK Budućnost, FK Sutjeska, FK Rudar, FK Mogren, FK Zeta, FK Kom and FK Jedinstvo.

Club Seasons First season Last season Matches W D L GD
FK Budućnost 11 1992-93 2005-06 368 125 78 165 385:512
FK Sutjeska 11 1992-93 2004-05 376 127 71 183 430:575
FK Zeta 6 2000-01 2005-06 192 83 38 71 269:250
FK Rudar 6 1993-94 2002-03 140 39 33 68 129:187
FK Mogren 5 1992-93 2002-03 170 44 35 91 171:289
FK Kom 1 2003-04 2003-04 30 4 2 24 21:67
FK Jedinstvo 1 2005-06 2005-06 30 3 2 25 18:72

Montenegrin clubs in Yugoslav Second League

There are 25 different Montenegrin clubs which played in Second League of SFR Yugoslavia, FR Yugoslavia and Serbia and Montenegro, in the period from 1947 to 2006. In the second tier of national football championship played FK Sutjeska (30 seasons), FK Lovćen (27 seasons), FK Mladost (24 seasons), FK Budućnost (21 seasons), FK Jedinstvo Bijelo Polje (18 seasons), FK Bokelj (15 seasons), FK Mogren (12 seasons), FK Berane (10 seasons), FK Čelik (9 seasons), FK Rudar (9 seasons), FK Iskra (8 seasons), FK Mornar (6 seasons), OFK Petrovac (6 seasons), OFK Grbalj (4 seasons), FK Ibar (4 seasons), FK Zabjelo (4 seasons), FK Arsenal (3 seasons), FK Jedinstvo Herceg Novi (3 seasons), FK Kom (3 seasons), FK Dečić (2 seasons) and FK Zeta (2 seasons). One season in Second League played OFK Igalo, FK Jezero, FK Radnički Nikšić and FK Zora.

Seasons 1947-1992

Football clubs from Montenegro played in the Yugoslav Second League since its founding in 1947, Montenegrin clubs won the champions title in second tier 14 times. From 1947 to 1992, 15 different Montenegrin clubs played in the Second League of SFR Yugoslavia.

Champions

Below is the list of Yugoslav Second League champions from Montenegro by seasons. Three clubs won the title - FK Budućnost - 6 times, FK Sutjeska (known as FK Nikšić, too) - 6 times and FK Lovćen - 2 times.

Season League Champion Promotion
1947/48 Second League FK Budućnost First League
1955/56 Second League - zone B FK Lovćen Playoffs/lost
1956/57 Second League - zone B FK Lovćen Playoffs/lost
1957/58 Second League - zone B FK Sutjeska First League
1961/62 Second League - East FK Budućnost First League
1963/64 Second League - East FK Sutjeska First League
1965/66 Second League - East FK Sutjeska First League
1968/69 Second League - South FK Budućnost Playoffs/lost
1969/70 Second League - South FK Sutjeska Playoffs/lost
1970/71 Second League - South FK Sutjeska First League
1971/72 Second League - South FK Budućnost Playoffs/lost
1972/73 Second League - South FK Budućnost Playoffs/lost
1974/75 Second League - East FK Budućnost First League
1983/84 Second League - East FK Sutjeska First League

Participants

Overall, 15 different clubs from Montenegro participated in the Yugoslav Second League from season 1947/48 to 1991/92. Among them, FK Sutjeska, FK Lovćen, FK Budućnost and FK Mladost are only clubs which played more than 10 seasons in the Second League of SFR Yugoslavia.

Below is the list of Montenegrin clubs which played in Yugoslav Second League 1947-1992.

Club Seasons First season Last season
FK Sutjeska 27 1955-56 1990-91
FK Lovćen 21 1953-54 1985-86
FK Budućnost 18 1947-48 1975-76
FK Mladost 16 1955-56 1987-88
FK Bokelj 9 1951 1986-87
FK Jedinstvo Bijelo Polje 9 1955-56 1991-92
FK Berane 6 1955-56 1987-88
FK Iskra 3 1956-57 1971-72
FK Arsenal 3 1955-56 1957-58
FK Jedinstvo Herceg Novi 3 1955-56 1957-58
FK Mogren 3 1981-82 1991-92
FK Čelik 1 1968-69 1968-69
FK Radnički 1 1955-56 1955-56
FK Rudar 1 1972-73 1972-73
FK Zabjelo 1 1969-70 1969-70

Seasons 1992-2006

During the period 1992-2006, Montenegrin clubs competed at second tier divisions which were a part of FR Yugoslavia / Serbia and Montenegro football system. There was four different periods and competition formats of Second League:
1992/93 - 1995/96 - Unified league
1996/97 - 1998/99 - Two divisions (east/west)
1999/00 - Three divisions (north/east/west)
2000/01 - 2005/06 Four divisions (north/east/west/south - Montenegrin)
Bold - divisions in which played clubs from Montenegro

Champions

During the period 1992-2006, six different Montenegrin clubs won the title in FR Yugoslavia/Serbia and Montenegro Second League - FK Mogren - 2 times, FK Rudar - 2 times, FK Zeta - 1, FK Kom - 1, FK Budućnost - 1 and FK Jedinstvo Bijelo Polje - 1. Below is the list of Yugoslav Second League champions from Montenegro by seasons (1992 - 2006).

Season League Champion Promotion
1997/98 Second League - West FK Mogren First League
1999/00 Second League - West FK Zeta First League
2000/01 Second League - South FK Rudar First League
2001/02 Second League - South FK Mogren First League
2002/03 Second League - South FK Kom First League
2003/04 Second League - South FK Budućnost First League
2004/05 Second League - Montenegro FK Jedinstvo Bijelo Polje First League
2005/06 Second League - Montenegro FK Rudar First League

Participants

From the season 1992-93 until 2005-06, 22 Monenegrin teams played in the Yugoslav / Serbia and Montenegro Second League. Biggest number of seasons had FK Jedinstvo Bijelo Polje and FK Mogren (9). Below is the list of Montenegrin clubs which played in Yugoslav Second League 1992-2006.

Club Seasons First season Last season
FK Jedinstvo Bijelo Polje 9 1992-93 2004-05
FK Mogren 9 1994-95 2005-06
FK Čelik 8 1996-97 2003-04
FK Mladost 8 1996-97 2004-05
FK Rudar 8 1992-93 2005-06
FK Bokelj 7 1999-00 2005-06
FK Lovćen 6 1993-94 2002-03
FK Mornar 6 1995-96 2005-06
FK Iskra 5 1994-95 2002-03
OFK Petrovac 5 2001-02 2005-06
FK Berane 4 1997-98 2000-01
OFK Grbalj 4 1999-00 2005-06
FK Ibar 4 1997-98 2001-02
FK Budućnost 3 2001-02 2003-04
FK Kom 3 2002-03 2005-06
FK Sutjeska 3 1995-96 2005-06
FK Zabjelo 3 2000-01 2002-03
FK Zeta 2 1998-99 1999-00
FK Dečić 2 2004-05 2005-06
OFK Igalo 1 1996-97 1996-97
FK Jezero 1 2002-03 2002-03
FK Zora 1 2005-06 2005-06

Montenegrin clubs in Yugoslav Third League

Yugoslav Third League is rank which existed five seasons, and 11 different Montenegrin clubs were part of it. League existed during the season 1950, and from 1988-89 to 1991-92. During the season 1950, competition was named Third League, and from 1988 to 1992 it was played under the name Inter-Republic League.

Participants

From the season 1950 until 1991-92, 8 Monenegrin teams played in the Yugoslav Third League. Biggest number of seasons had FK Berane and FK Bokelj (4). Below is the list of Montenegrin clubs which played in Yugoslav Third League.

Club Seasons First season Last season
FK Bokelj Kotor 4 1988-89 1991-92
FK Berane 4 1988-89 1991-92
FK Jedinstvo Bijelo Polje 3 1988-89 1990-91
FK Lovćen Cetinje 3 1988-89 1991-92
FK Mornar Bar 3 1989-90 1991-92
FK Mladost Podgorica 2 1989-90 1991-92
FK Mogren Budva 2 1988-89 1989-90
OFK Igalo 1 1988-89 1988-89
FK Rudar Pljevlja 1 1991-92 1991-92
FK Ribnica Podgorica 1 1991-92 1991-92
FK Sutjeska Nikšić 1 1950 1950

Montenegrin Republic League

Montenegrin regional league system

From 1968, regional leagues are the lowest-rank competition in Montenegro. There are three leagues (North, Center, South). Regional system is still existing competition, known as Montenegrin Third League.

Champions by seasons

Seasons 1968-2006

Season North Center South
1968/69 FK Jezero FK Zeta FK Muo
1969/70 FK Gorštak FK Kom FK Orjen
1970/71 FK Ibar FK Grafičar FK Mogren
1971/72 FK Jezero FK Dečić FK Mogren
1972/73 FK Tekstilac OFK Mladost FK Orjen
1973/74 FK Berane FK Partizan OFK Petrovac
1974/75 FK Jezero FK Zora FK Mogren
1975/76 FK Komovi FK Dečić OFK Igalo
1976/77 FK Berane FK Zabjelo FK Cetinje
1977/78 FK Rudar FK Ulcinj OFK Igalo
1978/79 FK Ibar FK Metalac FK Mornar
1979/80 FK Jezero FK Titeks FK Arsenal
1980/81 FK Berane FK Zabjelo FK Cetinje
1981/82 FK Jedinstvo FK Crvena Stijena FK Bokakomerc
1982/83 FK Tekstilac FK Dečić OFK Igalo
1983/84 FK Ibar FK Ribnica FK Arsenal
1984/85 FK Gusinje FK Gorštak FK Mogren
1985/86 FK Jedinstvo FK Grafičar FK Mornar
1986/87 FK Jezero FK Dečić FK Luka Bar
1987/88 FK Rudar FK Crvena Stijena FK Arsenal
1988/89 FK Brskovo FK Zeta FK Cetinje
1989/90 FK Jezero FK Zora FK Otrant
1990/91 FK Gorštak FK Iskra FK Orjen
1991/92 FK Brskovo FK Zabjelo FK Otrant
1992/93 FK Ibar FK Zeta OFK Igalo
1993/94 FK Gusinje FK Zora FK Cetinje
1994/95 FK Polimlje FK Zeta OFK Igalo
1995/96 FK Komovi FK Bratstvo OFK Grbalj
1996/97 FK Jedinstvo FK Crvena Stijena FK Otrant
1997/98 FK Jezero FK Kom FK Cetinje
1998/99 FK Polimlje FK Gorštak FK Rumija
1999/00 FK Pljevlja FK Crvena Zvijezda FK Mornar
2000/01 FK Županica FK Drezga FK Bijela
2001/02 FK Brskovo FK Dečić FK Otrant
2002/03 FK Tekstilac FK Dečić OFK Igalo
2003/04 FK Brskovo FK Grafičar FK Cetinje
2004/05 FK Berane FK Zabjelo OFK Igalo
2005/06 FK Jezero FK Zabjelo FK Otrant

See also

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