FK Ohrid Lote

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ФК Охрид Лоте
FK Ohrid Lote
Full name Fudbalski klub Ohrid Lote
Founded 2009
Dissolved 2012
Ground SRC Biljanini Izvori
Ground Capacity 3,000
Final season
2011–12

16th (Relegated from Second League)

FK Ohrid Lote (Macedonian: ФК Охрид Лоте) was a football club from the city of Ohrid, Macedonia.

History[edit]

The club was founded in 2009. They was played at the SRC Biljanini Izvori, which has a capacity of 3,000 seats. The nickname of Ohrid Lote was "developers".

In the club's first season as Ohrid Lote, it was champion of the Macedonian Third League – South West Region, directly qualifying for promotion to the Macedonian Second League.[1] Ohrid Lote won the 2010 Ohrid municipal soccer cup, defeating defending champion Ohrid 2004 2–0 with two goals from Nikolce Stojkovski.[2]

Ohrid Lote participated in the 2010–11 Macedonian Cup, losing 3–1 away to Bregalnica Štip in the first round.[3]

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