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FK Podgorica
Mladost Ljeskopolje.png
Full nameFudbalski klub Podgorica
GroundDG Arena
Podgorica, Montenegro
Capacity4,000
ManagerVojo Pejović
LeagueFirst League
2018-19Increase 1st, Second League

Fudbalski klub Podgorica, formerly known as OFK Mladost 1970, is a football club from the southwestern part of Podgorica, Montenegro. It was founded in 1970, the club was reactivated during 2014. In the summer 2019, the club was renamed to FK Podgorica.

History

Period 1970-1980

Founded in 1970 as OFK Mladost, they were one of the numerous clubs from Podgorica which participated in the lowest competitive level in Montenegro at that time. The club played in the Fourth League - Central region. OFK Mladost represented players from Podgorica region Lješkopolje (suburbs Donja Gorica, Gonja Gorica, Donji Kokoti, Farmaci, Grbavci, Beri etc.). At that time, there was another one club from Lješkopolje region - Napredak from Donji Kokoti.
The first biggest success, OFK Mladost made during the season 1972-73 by winning the champions title in the Fourth league. That gained them promotion to the Montenegrin Republic League, a third-tier competition in SFR Yugoslavia football system.
OFK Mladost played two seasons in the Republic competition.[1] During the 1973-74 season, OFK Mladost finished as 11-placed among 16 clubs. Next season, they finished as a last-placed team. OFK Mladost were relegated to the Fourth league.
At the end of seventies, club was dissolved.
The club's score in the Montenegrin Republic League seasons:

Season Place M W D L GD PTS
1973/74 11 30 11 4 15 44:66 26
1974/75 16 30 3 3 24 22:94 9

Period 2014-

At 2014, FK Podgorica was reactivated under the name OFK Mladost 1970. The club started with players' selection and trainings. During 2015, the club's management made the decision to apply for the 2015-16 Third League season. They played their first official matches in the Central Region Cup and soon after that they started playing in the Third League. After two wins, Podgorica went to the final of the Central Region Cup 2015, which meant qualifying for the 2015-16 Montenegrin Cup. In the first leg of the national Cup, Podgorica won against FK Sloga Bar away (1:0),[2] but in the round of 16, First league member FK Lovćen eliminated them (3:0, 2:3). Podgorica finished their inaugural season in the Third League (2015-16) in fifth on the table.
Next year (2016), Podgorica won the title in the Central Region Cup, defeating FK Gorštak in the finals. That gained them participation in the 2016–17 Montenegrin Cup. In first leg, Podgorica surprisingly eliminated Second League side FK Cetinje, but in Round of 16 were eliminated by top-league member FK Iskra.
In the 2016-17 season, Podgorica won the title of the Third League, with 19 wins and one draw during the 20 weeks. Except that, their 14-0 victory against Crvena Stijena is the biggest one in the history of Third League - Center. With that result, the team gained significant success - promotion to the 2017-18 Montenegrin Second League.
On their debut in the Second league, Podgorica made an impressive result. The team finished in second place, with seven points less than title winners FK Mornar. Except that, their attacker Elie Matuoke was the top scorer of Second League, with 23 goals. With that success, Podgorica participated in the Montenegrin First League playoffs, but without promotion. Their opponent was OFK Petrovac, who won the first game at DG Arena (3-0), while the second game finished with a draw (2-2).
In the 2018–19 season, Podgorica won the title in the Montenegrin Second League. It was their first-ever promotion to the top-flight, which was secured four weeks before the end of the season. Except that, Podgorica made another success in the Montenegrin Cup. After eliminating Otrant (1-0) and Kom (1-0, 3-0), they reached the quarterfinals and their rival was a well-known national side Budućnost. On the first game at Podgorica City Stadium, Podgorica made big sensation (1-1), but they were eliminated in second match (0-1).
Under the new name, Podgorica debuted in top-flight on season 2019–20. They played historical first game in Prva CFL against Petrovac away (1-1).

Season to season

The club's score after reactivation:

Season League Place M W D L GD PTS Cup
2015/16 3. CFL 5 24 10 2 12 32:36 28 1/8 finals
2016/17 3. CFL 1 20 19 1 0 91:13 58 1/8 finals
2017/18 2. CFL 2 33 18 7 8 59:33 61 1/16 finals
2018/19 2. CFL 1 36 20 7 9 59:34 67 Quarterfinals
2019/20 1. CFL

Honours

Current squad

As of 23 November 2019

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 GK Jasmin Agović
2 Montenegro DF Bojan Aligrudić
3 Montenegro DF Nikola Čelebić
5 Montenegro MF Jovan Pajović
6 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Darko Đajić
7 Montenegro FW Lazar Vučićević
8 Montenegro MF Matija Božanović
9 Montenegro FW Ivan Bulatović
10 Montenegro MF Anđelko Jovanović
11 Montenegro FW Šaleta Kordić
No. Position Player
12 Montenegro GK Milisav Vuksanović
14 Montenegro FW Luka Maraš
15 Montenegro MF Filip Šćekić
19 Montenegro MF Milija Golubović
20 Montenegro FW Balša Sekulić
21 Montenegro FW Nikola Zvrko
21 North Macedonia DF Jasmin Mecinović
24 Montenegro MF Jovan Vujović
26 Montenegro FW Nikola Vujnović
28 Japan MF Keita Suzuki

Stadium

DG Arena during the Montenegrin Cup qualifying game
DG Arena during the Montenegrin Cup qualifying game

In the 1970s, the club played in their own field at Donja Gorica, near the local pond. In their first season after the reactivation, FK Podgorica played their home matches in the neighbouring Donji Kokoti.

On 21 May 2016, a new stadium of FK Podgorica in Donja Gorica was opened.[3] Two years after that, DG Arena was built.[4] With 4,000 seats, facilities as additional ground and other, it meets the criteria for First League and UEFA matches. The name of the stadium is an acronym - DG are the initials of the Donja Gorica suburb.

See also

Links

Fudbalski savez Srednje regije / Football Association of Central Region

References

  1. ^ 'Crnogorski klubovi u fudbalskim takmičenjima 1946-2016', Podgorica, 2016.
  2. ^ http://www.rtcg.me/sport/fudbal/103728/mladost-ljeskopolje-u-osmini-finala.html
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2017-05-17. Retrieved 2017-04-16.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  4. ^ http://reprezentacija.me/dg-arena-dom-mladosti-iz-ljeskopolja/
This page was last edited on 7 June 2020, at 19:52
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