FK Makedonija Gjorče Petrov

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FK Makedonija Gjorče Petrov
FK Makedonija Gorce Petrov.png
Full nameFudbalski klub
Makedonija Gjorče Petrov,
Skopje
Nickname(s)Лавови (Lions)
GroundGjorče Petrov Stadium
Capacity3,000
ChairmanLjupčo Matevski
ManagerAleksandar Tanevski
LeagueMacedonian First League
2017–18Second League (West), 1st (promoted)
WebsiteClub website

FK Makedonija Gjorče Petrov (Macedonian: ФК Македонија Ѓорче Петров) is a football club based in the municipality of Gjorče Petrov, in Skopje, North Macedonia. They will be playing in the Macedonian Second League.

History[edit]

The club was founded in 1932 as HASK (Hanrievski amaterski sportski klub).[1] During its history, the club was also known as Lokomotiva, Rudar, Industrijalec, and Jugokokta. The club received its current name in the 1989/90 season in commemoration of Gjorče Petrov, a revolutionary considered an important figure of the Macedonian national movement in the Republic of North Macedonia.

Makedonija entered the Macedonian First League when Macedonian Republic League transformed into First League in 1992. They were relegated in 1993/94 season. After playing one season in the Macedonian Second League they were back in the top division. In the 1997/98 season they finished third and qualified to play in the Intertoto Cup, where they played against NK Olimpija Ljubljana from Sloveniain the first round, and SC Bastia from France in the second. In the 2001/02 season they were relegated again, and played three seasons in the second division. Makedonija GP returned to the First League in the 2005/06 season with their best performance, finishing second. They played in the qualifying rounds of the UEFA Cup 2006-07, where they lost to Bulgarian side Lokomotiv Sofia 3–1 on aggregate.

After Makedonija GP quit the first league at the 2009–10 season, the club was unable to participate at any senior level; however, the club's board took over a third-tier club MFK Treska from the nearby village of Šiševo, moving the team to Makedonija´s stadium, and became supported by the old Makedonija´s fans. MFK Treska won the Macedonian Third League North promotion play-off in 2010–11, and had been playing in the Macedonian Second League in the 2011–12 season with ambitions to gain promotion to the top flight by sharing the top place on the table after the first round of the season. The name change request was expected for some time now, and the Football Federation of Macedonia, on January 10, 2012, finally accepted the request by MFK Treska to change its name and become officially registered as FK Makedonija Gjorče Petrov, name under which they will compete for the rest of the season.[2]

Honours[edit]

Socialist Republic of Macedonia Macedonian Republic League:

Republic of Macedonia Macedonian First League:

Republic of Macedonia Macedonian Second League:

Republic of Macedonia Macedonian Football Cup:

Recent seasons[edit]

Season League Cup European competitions Top goalscorer
Division P W D L F A Pts Pos Player Goals
1992–93 1. MFL 34 10 12 12 31 51 32 14th
1993–94 1. MFL 30 2 6 22 17 55 10 16th ↓ R2
1994–95 2. MFL West 30 9 6 15 31 40 33 1st ↑
1995–96 1. MFL 28 10 7 11 35 37 37 7th QF
1996–97 1. MFL 26 10 4 12 38 30 34 7th SF
1997–98 1. MFL 25 12 5 8 34 25 42 3rd QF
1998–99 1. MFL 29 10 7 9 44 40 37 6th QF Intertoto Cup R2
1999–00 1. MFL 26 10 6 10 29 28 36 7th QF Mario Petkov 11
2000–01 1. MFL 26 9 4 13 46 42 31 10th R1 Mario Petkov 19
2001–02 1. MFL 20 7 3 10 29 28 24 11th ↓ R2
2002–03 2. MFL 36 11 9 13 45 39 42 8th R2
2003–04 2. MFL 32 15 6 11 50 46 51 7th R2
2004–05 2. MFL 33 22 5 6 76 34 71 3rd ↑ R2
2005–06 1. MFL 33 21 6 6 55 23 69 2nd W Filip Ivanovski 22
2006–07 1. MFL 33 18 10 5 65 29 64 3rd R2 UEFA Cup QR1 Filip Ivanovski 10
2007–08 1. MFL 33 13 5 15 34 42 24 7th SF Intertoto Cup R2
2008–09 1. MFL 30 17 10 3 46 15 61 1st RU César de Brito 11
2009–10 1. MFL FFM expelled Makedonija GP from the league QF Champions League QR2 Ivica Gligorovski 14
2010–11 Club was suspended by Football Federation of Macedonia
2011–121 2. MFL 33 14 6 10 48 31 48 4th R1
2012–13 2. MFL 30 21 4 5 60 21 67 1st ↑ PR Vladimir Mojsovski 13
2013–14 1. MFL 33 9 5 19 40 56 32 10th ↓ R2 Ermedin Adem 11
2014–15 2. MFL 27 11 8 8 29 18 41 4th R1
2015–16 2. MFL 27 13 7 7 35 33 46 2nd ↑ QF Kristijan Stojkoski 14
2016–17 1. MFL 36 4 11 21 35 80 23 10th ↓ R1 Alen Jasharoski 12
2017–18 2. MFL West 27 17 5 5 49 23 56 1st ↑ R1

1 The club was in the autumn part of that season competed as Treska.

Makedonija GP in Europe[edit]

  • Q = qualifier
  • R1 = first round / R2 = second round
Season Competition Round Club Score
1998 UEFA Intertoto Cup R1 Slovenia Olimpija Ljubljana 4–2, 1–1 Symbol keep vote.svg
R2 France SC Bastia 1–0, 0–7 Symbol delete vote.svg
2006/07 UEFA Cup Q1 Bulgaria Lokomotiv Sofia 0–2, 1–1 Symbol delete vote.svg
2007 UEFA Intertoto Cup R1 Cyprus Ethnikos Achnas 0–1, 2–0 Symbol keep vote.svg
R2 Bulgaria Cherno More Varna 0–4, 0–3 Symbol delete vote.svg
2009/10 UEFA Champions League Q2 Belarus BATE Borisov 0–2, 0–2 Symbol delete vote.svg
2019/20 UEFA Europa League Q1 Armenia Alashkert

Current squad[edit]

As of 21 June 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 North Macedonia GK Stojan Dimovski
3 Brazil DF Bianor Neto
4 North Macedonia DF Filip Mishevski
6 North Macedonia MF Mijahlo Jakimovski
7 North Macedonia MF Bobi Bozhinovski
10 Brazil MF Robson da Silva
12 North Macedonia GK Marko Jovanovski
13 North Macedonia DF Hristijan Pecov
14 North Macedonia MF Benjamin Demir
15 North Macedonia MF Filip Stojchevski
No. Position Player
17 North Macedonia MF Kristijan Filipovski
19 North Macedonia MF Arbi Vosha
21 North Macedonia MF Sabit Bilali
22 North Macedonia MF Sefer Emini
24 North Macedonia MF Dejan Tanturovski
25 North Macedonia GK Damjan Serafimov
Brazil DF Fernando Augusto
North Macedonia MF Ermedin Adem
North Macedonia MF Blagoja Spirkoski
North Macedonia MF Luka Trajkoski

Managers[edit]

Supporters[edit]

Makedonija Gjorče Petrov always had loyal fans by its side, mainly the residents of the former Hanrievo, now known as the suburb and municipality Gjorče Petrov. The beginnings of an organised cheering were in 1988, when the first supporter’s transparent appeared on the Kokta stadium, which is the popular name for the Gjorče Petrov stadium. The current group of supporters are known as Division Hanrievo. This year a group of teenagers named Division hanrievo mladina started to cheer them at every home match.

supporters of Makedonija GP

References[edit]

  1. ^ History Archived 2012-01-13 at the Wayback Machine at official website (in Macedonian)
  2. ^ Treska officially becomes Makedonija GjP at MacedonianFootball.com, 10-1-2012

External links[edit]