Sport in Montenegro

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The Sports in Montenegro revolves mostly around team sports, such as football, basketball, water polo, volleyball, and handball. Other sports involved are boxing, judo, karate, athletics, table tennis, and chess.

Water polo is often considered the national sport. Montenegro's national team is one of the top ranked teams in the world, recently winning the gold medal at the 2008 Men's European Water Polo Championship in Málaga, Spain, and winning the gold medal at the 2009 FINA Men's Water Polo World League, which was held in Montenegrin capital, Podgorica. Montenegrin team PVK Primorac from Kotor became a champion of Europe at the LEN Euroleague 2009 in Rijeka, Croatia. The Montenegro national basketball team is also known for best performance in Montenegrin sport after water polo, and had won a lot of medals in the past as part of the Yugoslavia national basketball team. In 2006, the Basketball Federation of Montenegro along with this team joined the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) on its own, following the Independence of Montenegro.

Teams[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Football[edit]

Volleyball[edit]

Handball[edit]

Water polo[edit]

Tennis[1][edit]

  • TK AS
  • TK Bar
  • TK Bellevue, Ulcinj
  • TK Berane
  • TK Budva
  • TK Budvanska Rivijera
  • TK Cattaro
  • TK Challenge
  • TK Clay Park
  • TK Da&Di
  • TK Dahna
  • TK Diplomatic
  • TK Elitte
  • TK Eminent
  • TK Fimiks
  • TK Game
  • TK Gimnazijalac
  • TK Gorica
  • TK Herceg Novi
  • TK Igalo
  • TK IN
  • TK Knezevic
  • TK Kotor
  • TK Lazine
  • TK Masters
  • TK Milenijum
  • TK Montenegro
  • TK Nec
  • TK Niksic
  • TK Podgorica
  • TK Pop-winer
  • TK Porto Montenegro
  • TK Ritern
  • TK SBS
  • TK Slovenska Plaza
  • TK Spin
  • TK Step
  • TK Sutjeska
  • TK Talas
  • TK Teodo
  • TK Tivat
  • TK Top Spin
  • TK Winner

Leagues[edit]

National sports teams[edit]

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