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Montenegrin women's volley league

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Montenegrin Women's Volleyball First League
SportVolleyball
Founded2006
FounderVolleyball Federation of Montenegro
No. of teams10[1]
Country Montenegro
ContinentEuropean Union Europe
Most recent
champion(s)
Luka Bar
Most titlesLuka Bar (10 titles)
TV partner(s)RTCG
Official websiteMontenegrin Volleyball Federation

The Montenegrin Women's Volley League (Montenegrin:Prva crnogorska ženska odbojkaška liga), is the highest professional women's volleyball league in Montenegro. It is run by the Montenegrin Volleyball Federation.

History

Before independence

First volleyball competitions for women in Montenegro were organised at first half of 90's. At the time of FR Yugoslavia, Montenegrin Republic Volleyball Federation organised republic league, with first season at 1995.[2]
At the same time, then the only professional women's volleyball club from Montenegro – ŽOK Luka Bar participated in Yugoslav First League and, after that, in European competitions.[3]
Winners of Montenegrin Republic League (1995–2006) were: AOK Rudar Pljevlja (3), ŽOK Podgorica (3), ŽOK Budućnost Podgorica (2), ŽOK Ibar Rožaje (1), ŽOK Nikšić (1) and ŽOK Studentski centar Podgorica (1). While Luka Bar played constantly in the First League, in the few seasons of Yugoslav Second League in the 2000–2006 period ŽOK Rudar and ŽOK Podgorica participated.

After independence

In 2006, Montenegro split from Serbia. Following that, the First women's volley league of Montenegro was formed as a top national competition. Since founded, Montenegrin League had a various number of participants, from 8 to 10. Except the First League, women's volleyball competitions system in Montenegro including the Second league and Montenegrin Cup. ŽOK Luka Bar, has been the most successful team, winning eight national champions' titles. Since the 2016–17 season, the winner of the Montenegrin First League has played in the CEV Women's Champions League.[4]

Competition format

Every season of First League have two parts. During the first, 'regular season', there is a round-robin system in which all clubs play two games against every single opponent. At the end of the first part, four best-placed teams are playing in the playoffs. Additionally, two worst-placed teams are playing in the playout series.
In the playoffs semifinals, the first-placed team is playing against fourth, and second against third. Placement in finals is gained by teams which won two matches. The final-series is played until one opponent gains three wins.

Number of participants

From the season 2006/07, Montenegrin First League had various number of participants on regular season, from 6 to 10.

Champions

Since the inaugural season (2006/07), three clubs have been the champions of the Montenegrin women's volley league. ŽOK Luka Bar won 11 titles, ŽOK Galeb 2 titles and ŽOK Budućnost 1 title. Below is the list of top-placed teams by every single season.

Titles by seasons

Season Champion Runner-up Third Playoffs final series
2006–07 Luka Bar Podgorica Rudar Luka Bar – Podgorica 3–2
2007–08 Luka Bar Podgorica Rudar Luka Bar – Podgorica 3–0
2008–09 Luka Bar Rudar Podgorica Luka Bar – Rudar 3–1
2009–10 Galeb Luka Bar Budućnost Galeb – Luka Bar 3–1
2010–11 Galeb Luka Bar Budućnost Galeb – Luka Bar 3–1
2011–12 Budućnost Luka Bar Morača Budućnost – Luka Bar 3–2
2012–13 Luka Bar Budućnost Rudar Luka Bar – Budućnost 3–0
2013–14 Luka Bar Budućnost Galeb Luka Bar – Budućnost 3–0
2014–15 Luka Bar Morača Galeb Luka Bar – Morača 3–0
2015–16 Luka Bar Rudar Morača Luka Bar – Rudar 3–0
2016–17 Luka Bar Galeb Rudar Luka Bar – Galeb 3–0
2017–18 Luka Bar Rudar Galeb Luka Bar – Rudar 3–0
2018–19 Luka Bar Morača Galeb Luka Bar – Morača 3–0
2019–20 Luka Bar Morača Galeb Canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic[5]

Sources: [6][7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14]

Titles by team

Club Winners Runners-up Winning Years
ŽOK Luka Bar
11
3
2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15, 2015–16, 2016–17, 2017–18, 2018–19, 2019-20
ŽOK Galeb Bar
2
1
2009–10, 2010–11
ŽOK Budućnost Podgorica
1
2
2011–12
AOK Rudar Pljevlja
-
3
ŽOK Morača Podgorica
-
3
ŽOK Podgorica
-
2

Performances by clubs

Final placements

Clubs which played every single season in Montenegrin Volley League are ŽOK Luka Bar, AOK Rudar and ŽOK Gimnazijalac. Below is the list of final placements of every club by single season.

Club 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Albatros 6
Budućnost 6 4 5 3 3 1 2 2 6 5 6 6 10
Budvanska Rivijera 5 6 6 5 6 4 5
Galeb 5 4 1 1 6 5 3 3 4 2 3 3 3
Gimnazijalac 7 6 7 6 6 9 7 8 8 9 9 8 5 5
Gorštak 9 10 10
Herceg Novi 8 8 7 8 7
Ibar 4 8
Jedinstvo 7 9
Lovćen 10
Luka Bar 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Mediteran 6 8
Mladost 7
Morača 4 3 4 4 2 3 5 4 2 2
Nikšić 5 7 7 9 7 7 8 7 9 8 7
Podgorica 2 2 3
Rudar 3 3 2 4 5 4 3 5 4 2 3 2 4 4
Sokogym 6 5
Sutjeska 8

07 = season 2006/07

All-time participants

Since its foundation, 19 clubs have participated. Below is a list of participants with the number of seasons in the First League and all-time score. Matches from the playoffs series are included.

Club Town Ssn First Last G W L Pts
Luka Bar Bar
14
2006–07
2019–20
304
278
26
356
Rudar Pljevlja
14
2006–07
2019–20
266
156
110
312
Galeb Bar
13
2007–08
2019–20
240
154
86
308
Budućnost Podgorica
13
2006–07
2019–20
232
114
118
228
Morača Podgorica
10
2010–11
2019–20
182
112
70
224
Budvanska Rivijera Budva
7
2011–12
2017–18
118
57
61
114
Podgorica Podgorica
4
2006–07
2009–10
79
45
34
90
Gimnazijalac Kotor
14
2006–07
2019–20
221
44
177
88
Nikšić Nikšić
11
2006–07
2019–20
179
41
138
82
Herceg Novi Herceg Novi
5
2011–12
2017–18
84
22
62
44
Sokogym Podgorica
2
2008–09
2009–10
34
14
20
28
Ibar Rožaje
2
2006–07
2007–08
34
9
25
18
Mediteran Budva
2
2018–19
2019–20
29
8
21
16
Gorštak Kolašin
3
2014–15
2016–17
54
7
47
14
Albatros Herceg Novi
1
2019–20
2019–20
15
7
8
14
Jedinstvo Bijelo Polje
2
2018–19
2019–20
29
4
25
8
Lovćen Cetinje
1
2014–15
2014–15
18
2
16
4
Mladost Tivat
1
2009–10
2009–10
18
1
17
2
Sutjeska Nikšić
1
2006–07
2006–07
14
1
13
2

Current season

Season 2018–19 is 13th edition of Montenegrin women's volley league. League have ten participants. League started in October 2018 and will finish in May 2019.

Team Arena Capacity City
Galeb Topolica 3,000 Bar
Gimnazijalac Gymnasium Hall 1,000 Kotor
Jedinstvo SC Nikoljac 3,000 Bijelo Polje
Luka Bar Topolica 3,000 Bar
Morača Medical School 1,000 Podgorica
Mediteran Mediterranean SC 1,500 Budva
Nikšić Nikšić SC 3,000 Nikšić
Rudar Ada SC 3,000 Pljevlja

Second League

Competition was founded at 2006, with first season 2006–07.
At the end of every season, a new member of the First League became a winner of Second Montenegrin League. If winner is the 'B' team (second team) of some club, promotion is gained to next best-placed participant of Second League.
So far, winners of the Montenegrin Second Women Volley League were:[15]

Season Champion Runner-up
2006–07 Galeb Bar Mladost Tivat
2007–08 Rudar 'B' Pljevlja Sokogym Podgorica
2008–09 Mladost Tivat Ibar Rožaje
2009–10 Galeb 'B' Bar Morača Podgorica
2010–11 Nikšić Herceg Novi
2011–12 DNP DNP
2012–13 Galeb 'B' Bar Morača 'B' Podgorica
2013–14 Galeb 'B' Bar Lovćen Cetinje
2014–15 Rudar 'B' Pljevlja Ibar Rožaje
2015–16 Galeb 'B' Bar Luka Bar 'B'
2016–17 Galeb 'B' Bar Ibar Rožaje
2017–18 Galeb 'B' Bar Luka Bar 'B'
2018–19 Luka Bar 'B' Budućnost Podgorica

Season 2019-20 was interrupted due to the coronavirus pandemic. Montenegrin volleyball federation decided that the champions of the Second League were the winners of five groups from the preliminary phase of competition (Ivangrad; Herceg Novi; Akademija; Galeb "B"; Gorštak).[16]

Montenegrin women's volleyball clubs in European competitions

Montenegrin women's volleyball clubs have been participating in the CEV competitions since the 1998–99 season.
The first team which competed in European cups was ŽOK Luka Bar. ŽOK Galeb are the only other team to play in CEV competitions.
Montenegrin women's volleyball teams played in Women's CEV Cup and CEV Women's Challenge Cup, and from the season 2016–17 in the qualifiers for CEV Women's Champions League.
During the overall history, two Montenegrin clubs have played in CEV competitions.

Team Seasons G W L
ŽOK Luka Bar
7
19
2
17
ŽOK Galeb Bar
1
2
0
2

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

See also

References

  1. ^ "Odbojkaški Savez Crne Gore – Prva liga (Ž)". oscg.me. Retrieved 2016-08-14.
  2. ^ http://www.oscg.me/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Republickiprvaciipobjednicikupa.pdf
  3. ^ "CEV – Confédération Européenne de Volleyball". cev.lu. Retrieved 2016-08-14.
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-11-20. Retrieved 2016-08-17.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  5. ^ http://www.oscg.me/uo-oscg-trajni-prekid-takmicenja-i-konacni-plasman-za-sezonu-2019-2020/
  6. ^ http://www.oscg.me/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Sezona2006-2007.pdf
  7. ^ http://www.oscg.me/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Sezona2007-2008.pdf
  8. ^ http://www.oscg.me/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Sezona2008-2009.pdf
  9. ^ http://www.oscg.me/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Sezona2009-2010.pdf
  10. ^ http://www.oscg.me/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Sezona2010-2011.pdf
  11. ^ http://www.oscg.me/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Sezona2011-2012.pdf
  12. ^ http://www.oscg.me/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Sezona2012-2013.pdf
  13. ^ http://www.oscg.me/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Sezona-2013-2014.pdf
  14. ^ http://odbojka.me/luka-bar-odbranila-titulu-2/
  15. ^ http://www.oscg.me/arhiva/
  16. ^ http://www.oscg.me/uo-oscg-trajni-prekid-takmicenja-i-konacni-plasman-za-sezonu-2019-2020/

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