Montenegrin First League

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Montenegrin First League
T-com Prva CFL.gif
Country  Montenegro
Confederation UEFA
Founded 2004
Number of teams 12
Levels on pyramid 2 (2004–06)
1 (2006–)
Relegation to Montenegrin Second League
Domestic cup(s) Montenegrin Cup
International cup(s) UEFA Champions League
UEFA Europa League
Current champions Sutjeska
(2013–14)
Most championships FK Mogren, Budućnost, Sutjeska (2 titles)
TV partners RTCG
Website http://fscg.co.me
2013–14 season

The First League of Montenegro (Serbo-Croatian: 'Prva crnogorska fudbalska liga 1. CFL'; pronounced [pr̂ːvaː t͡srnǒɡorskaː fûdbaːlskaː lǐːɡa]) is the top football league in Montenegro. It is headed by the Football Association of Montenegro. 12 teams participate in this league. The winner of the Montenegrin First League starts the qualifications for the UEFA Champions League from the second round. The second placed team and the National Cup winner play in the qualifying rounds of the UEFA Europa League. The last placed team are relegated to the Montenegrin Second League.

History[edit]

While Montenegro was part of socialist Yugoslavia, its top league was the Yugoslav First League. When SFRY dissolved, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was formed in 1992 and the Serbian and Montenegrin teams played in this league, although it was still named Yugoslav First League. In 2003, the FR Yugoslavia was renamed to Serbia and Montenegro and the football league followed suit. The First League of Montenegro was formed in 2004, as one of the state's two second division leagues, along with the Serbian First League. In 2006, Montenegro split from Serbia and Montenegro, thus making the First League of Montenegro its top national competition.

UEFA Rankings[edit]

UEFA Country Ranking for league participation in 2012–13 European football season (Previous year rank in italics)

Teams Participating in 2013-14 season[edit]

Relegated in 2012/13[edit]

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Champions and Top scorers by seasons[edit]

Champions so far were:[1]

2004–06[edit]

Season Champions Runners up Third place
2004–05 Jedinstvo Bijelo Polje Kom Dečić
2005–06 Rudar Sutjeska Kom

2006–[edit]

Season Champions Runners up Third place Top scorer(s) Goals
2006–07 Zeta Budućnost Grbalj Montenegro Damir Čakar (Rudar)
Montenegro Žarko Korać (Zeta)
16
2007–08 Budućnost Zeta Mogren Montenegro Ivan Jablan (Lovćen) 13
2008–09 Mogren Budućnost Sutjeska Montenegro Fatos Bećiraj (Budućnost) 18
2009–10 Rudar Budućnost Mogren Montenegro Ivan Bošković (Grbalj) 28
2010–11 Mogren (2) Budućnost Rudar Montenegro Ivan Vuković (Budućnost) 20
2011–12 Budućnost (2) Rudar Zeta Montenegro Admir Adrović (Budućnost) 22
2012–13 Sutjeska Budućnost Čelik Montenegro Admir Adrović (Budućnost)
Montenegro Žarko Korać (Zeta)
15
2013–14 Sutjeska (2) FK Lovćen Čelik Nikšić Montenegro Stefan Mugoša (Mladost) 15

Performance by club[edit]

Club Winners Runners-up Winning Years
FK Budućnost
2
5
2007–08, 2011–12
FK Mogren
2
-
2008–09, 2010–11
FK Sutjeska
2
-
2012–13, 2013–14
FK Zeta
1
1
2006–07
FK Rudar
1
1
2009–10

All-time league scorers[edit]

Players in bold are still active in the Montenegrin First League

Rank Player Years Goals
1 Montenegro Admir Adrović 2004–2013 42+
2 Montenegro Fatos Bećiraj 2006–2010 39
3 Montenegro Damir Čakar 2006–2008 16
Montenegro Žarko Korać 2006–2010 16
4 Montenegro Slaven Stjepanović 2006 12
5 Montenegro Dragan Bošković 2006–present 11
Montenegro Igor Burzanović 2006 11
6 Montenegro Nemanja Vukašinović 2006–present 10

All time Prva CFL[edit]

As of the end of 2013–14 season. Teams in bold play in 2014–15 season.

Ssn = Number of seasons; Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points; PPG = Points per game; HF = Highest finish

Rank
Club
Town
Ssn
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
PPG
HF
1 Budućnost Podgorica 8 264 162 62 40 472 213 259 548 1
2 Mogren Budva 8 264 127 67 71 376 265 111 441 1
3 Rudar Pljevlja 8 264 127 55 82 349 241 108 436 1
4 Zeta Golubovci 8 264 123 65 76 372 291 81 423 1
5 Grbalj Radanovići 8 264 101 70 93 325 276 49 370 3
6 Sutjeska Nikšić 8 264 99 68 97 278 278 0 362 1
7 Petrovac Petrovac 8 264 80 80 104 275 338 -63 320 5
8 Lovćen Cetinje 7 231 83 59 89 234 253 -19 308 2
9 Dečić Tuzi 7 231 60 55 116 196 308 -112 235 6
10 Mladost Podgorica 6 198 53 54 91 195 267 -72 213 5
11 Mornar Bar 4 132 36 33 63 125 188 -63 141 10
12 Kom Podgorica 4 132 33 30 69 106 183 -77 129 7
13 Čelik Nikšić 2 66 30 17 19 88 63 25 107 3
14 Jedinstvo Bijelo Polje 3 99 22 30 47 86 152 -66 96 11
15 Berane Berane 2 66 15 13 38 53 97 -44 58 11
16 Bokelj Kotor 2 66 13 14 39 45 95 -50 53 10
17 Jezero Plav 1 33 9 6 18 30 62 -32 33 10
18 Bar Bar 1 33 7 11 15 30 43 -13 32 12

1 In the 2006-07 season, Zeta Golubovci was deducted 1 point.
2 In the 2007-08 season, Sutjeska Nikšić was deducted 3 points.
3 In the 2008-09 season, Zeta Golubovci was deducted 10 points.
4 In the 2009-10 season, Mornar Bar was deducted 1 point.
5 In the 2011–12 season, Berane was deducted 1 point.
6 In the 2012–13 season, FK Mogren was deducted 1 point.
7 In the 2013–14 season, FK Mogren was deducted 3 point.
8 In the 2013–14 season, Grbalj was deducted 3 point.

Source: http://www.soccerway.com/national/montenegro/prva-liga/

Participants by season[edit]

Club 07 08 09 10 11 12 13
OFK Bar - - - - 12 - -
Berane 12 - - 11 - 11 -
Bokelj - 10 - - - 12 -
Budućnost 2 1 2 2 2 1 2
Čelik - - - - - - 3
Dečić 10 7 11 9 6 10 -
Grbalj 3 4 4 5 7 9 4
Jedinstvo 11 - 12 - - - 12
Jezero - - 10 - - - -
Kom 7 9 8 12 - - -
Lovćen - 6 7 6 8 6 9
Mladost 9 12 - - 5 7 6
Mogren 5 3 1 3 1 4 10
Mornar - - - 10 10 - 11
Petrovac 6 8 6 8 9 5 7
Rudar 4 5 5 1 3 2 5
Sutjeska 8 11 3 7 11 8 1
Zeta 1 2 9 4 4 3 8

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Montenegro - List of Champions". RSSSF. Retrieved 13 July 2012. 

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