FK Teteks

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Teteks Tetovo
Club crest
Full name Fudbalski Klub Teteks Tetovo
Nickname(s) Штофари (The Tailors)
Founded 1953; 61 years ago (1953)
Ground Gradski stadion Tetovo
Ground Capacity 15,000
Chairman Stevo Alampioski
Manager Zoran Boškovski
League Macedonian First League
2013–14 Macedonian Second League, 2nd (promoted)

FK Teteks (Macedonian: ФК Тетекс) is a football club from the city of Tetovo in the Republic of Macedonia. They currently play in the Macedonian First League.

History[edit]

In 1946 there was a club from Tetovo called Šar Tetovo,and it competed in the Macedonian Republic League and Macedonian Cup.It won the Macedonian Cup two times in 1948 and 1950 and was successful in the Macedonian League. However, it was dissolved after a few years, mostly because of financial difficulties. Not much long after this, a new club was founded on the base of FK Šar, named Tekstilec.

The club was founded in 1953 under the name FK Tekstilec. The founder of FK Teteks is the textile combine Teteks and because of this they are known as "Štofari" (Tailors). They were in the shadow of the older club FK Ljuboten (formed in 1919). FK Ljuboten's squad was full with home grown players from Tetovo, while Teteks had the capability to attract the best players from Macedonia and wider from the former SFR Yugoslavia. They won the Macedonian Republic League on four occasions and along with Vardar, was the only other Macedonian club to have won the Federal EasternYugoslav Second League containing teams from 3 federal Republics: Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia.

Teteks played in the inaugural Macedonian First League, but finished 17th and were relegated. The club was bought by a German concern UFA Media Group with Braco Vujčić as chairman. After winning the Macedonian Second League in 2009, they were promoted back to the top level of Macedonian football, for the 2009/2010 season. Teteks claimed their first Macedonian Football Cup in 2010[1] and in the summer made their European debut in the UEFA Europa League. In 2013, Teteks made history by becoming the first relegated team in Macedonia to win the national Cup.[2]

Derby of Tetovo – Tetovo's big derby match used to take place between FK Teteks, whose fans are working class, and FK Ljuboten, whose fans are the oldest citizens of Tetovo. But today's main rival of FK Teteks is FK Shkëndija, whose fans are predominantly of Albanian descent.

Honours[edit]

Socialist Republic of Macedonia Macedonian Republic League:

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav Second League:

Republic of Macedonia Macedonian Second League:

  • Winners (1): 2008–09
  • Runners-up (1): 1998–99

Socialist Republic of Macedonia Macedonian Republic Cup:

  • Winners (4): 1948, 1950, 1978, 1982

Republic of Macedonia Macedonian Football Cup:

Republic of Macedonia Macedonian Super Cup:

  • Runners-up (1): 2013

Recent seasons[edit]

Season League Cup Other Competitions
Division P W D L F A Pts Pos
1992–93 1. MFL 34 12 6 16 35 56 30 17th ↓
1993–94 2. MFL West 26 12 5 9 44 34 29 3rd
1994–95 2. MFL West 32 16 2 14 53 51 50 5th
1995–96 2. MFL West 30 13 5 12 45 35 44 7th
1996–97 2. MFL West 29 16 5 8 46 21 53 3rd
1997–98 2. MFL West 30 14 6 10 43 30 48 3rd
1998–99 2. MFL West 30 19 5 6 69 30 62 2nd
1999–00 2. MFL West 34 21 5 8 93 34 68 3rd
2000–01 2. MFL 34 15 6 13 56 40 51 10th
2001–02 2. MFL 34 15 3 16 55 38 48 9th R1
2002–03 2. MFL 36 20 6 10 66 33 66 3rd R2
2003–04 2. MFL 32 14 10 8 53 30 52 4th
2004–05 2. MFL 33 17 5 11 46 31 56 5th
2005–06 2. MFL 30 11 2 17 36 45 35 10th QF
2006–07 2. MFL 33 16 6 11 48 32 54 3rd R1
2007–08 2. MFL 32 14 5 13 32 30 47 7th R2
2008–09 2. MFL 29 18 9 2 50 13 63 1st ↑ R1
2009–10 1. MFL 26 8 6 12 31 30 30 7th W
2010–11 1. MFL 33 12 8 13 38 36 44 7th RU Europa League QR2
2011–12 1. MFL 33 8 11 14 23 48 35 10th QF
2012–13 1. MFL 33 6 7 20 22 47 25 11th ↓ W
2013–14 2. MFL 29 18 6 5 54 20 60 2nd ↑ SF Europa League QR1

Key[edit]

1st 2nd
Champions Runners-up Promoted Relegated

Teteks in Europe[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
2010–11 UEFA Europa League Second qualifying round Latvia FK Ventspils 3–1 0–0 3–1 Symbol keep vote.svg
Third qualifying round Sweden IF Elfsborg 1–2 0–5 1–7 Symbol delete vote.svg
2013–14 UEFA Europa League First qualifying round Armenia FC Pyunik 1–1 0–1 1–2 Symbol delete vote.svg

Current squad[edit]

As of 31 August 2014

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Republic of Macedonia GK Vanče Mančevski
12 Republic of Macedonia GK Dejan Siljanovski
2 Republic of Macedonia DF Kuzman Žepčeski
3 Republic of Macedonia DF Emir Adem
5 Republic of Macedonia DF Vlatko Drobarov
6 Republic of Macedonia DF Goran Bogdanović
18 Republic of Macedonia DF Kristijan Toševski
22 Republic of Macedonia DF Trajče Stojkovski
Republic of Macedonia DF Nenad Mishovski
4 Republic of Macedonia MF Martin Blaževski
7 Republic of Macedonia MF Bobi Božinovski
8 Republic of Macedonia MF Zarko Simjanoski
10 Republic of Macedonia MF Miroslav Jovanovski
99 Argentina MF Fernando Ignacio Lala
No. Position Player
11 Republic of Macedonia MF Milan Ristovski
16 Brazil FW Marcinho Pitbull
20 Republic of Macedonia MF Ermedin Adem
Republic of Macedonia MF Nikola Petrovski
Republic of Macedonia MF Darko Lazarevski
Republic of Macedonia MF Darko Gjurcinovski
-- Republic of Macedonia MF Arben Ljuma
9 Republic of Macedonia FW Dejan Cvetanoski
14 Republic of Macedonia FW Dragan Načevski
17 United States FW Muhamet Ajvazi
19 Republic of Macedonia FW Martin Hristov
21 Brazil FW Jayme da Silva
23 Republic of Macedonia FW Simeon Hristov
Brazil FW Nandinho
-- Republic of Macedonia FW Festim Alija

Managers[edit]

Nationality Name Arrived Departed
Republic of Macedonia Toni Jakimoski 2008 June 2011
Republic of Macedonia Dragi Setinov July 29, 2011 Sept 24, 2012
Republic of Macedonia Gjorgji Todorovski Sept 29, 2012 March 19, 2013
Republic of Macedonia Gorazd Mihajlov March 19, 2013 July 31, 2013
Republic of Macedonia Zoran Smileski July 2013 May 2014
Republic of Macedonia Zoran Boškovski (interim) May 2014 July 3, 2014
Republic of Macedonia Dobrinko Ilievski July 3, 2014 Sept 3, 2014
Republic of Macedonia Zoran Boškovski Sept 3, 2014

Supporters[edit]

The supporters of FK Teteks are named Vojvodi (Dukes) since 28.10.1988. They are also known as Vojvodi Jug (South Dukes) because their home side tribune is on the south side. The Vojvodi's well-known motto is "Со Верба Во Бог – Војводи До Гроб" (With trust in God, Dukes till the grave). They have great relations with FK Vardar fans, Komiti Skopje.[3]

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