Igor Marković

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Igor Marković
Personal information
Born (1981-12-16) December 16, 1981 (age 35)
Cetinje, SR Montenegro, SFR Yugoslavia
Nationality Montenegrin
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)[1]
Playing position Left wing
Club information
Current club sv cwo
Number 9
Youth career
Team
RK Lovćen
Senior clubs
Years Team
2002-2009
2009-2010
2010-2013
2013
2013-present
RK Lovćen
Budućnost Podgorica
RK Lovćen
Al-Qurine
RK Lovćen
National team
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2007- Montenegro 49 (125)[2]

Igor Marković (born 16 December 1981) is a Montenegrin handball player currently playing for Lovćen Cetinje. During the past seasons, Marković was the team captain of Lovćen.

Marković is a member of Montenegro national handball team since it was established (2007). Today, he is a player with most played official games for Montenegro (49) and a fourth top scorer in the national team history, with 125 goals.

Career[edit]

Marković started his career in the youth teams of Cepelin Cetinje and Lovćen Cetinje. During his professional career, he played for Montenegrin clubs Lovćen Cetinje and Budućnost Podgorica. As of autumn 2013, he played for the Kuwaitian side AlQurine at the Arab Champions League.

With the Montenegrin national team, Igor Marković played at the World Championship 2013 and the Euro 2014. He is the player with most official games for Montenegro and the fourth top scorer in the national team's history.

Tournament Matches Goals
World Championship 7 22
European Championship 3 11
Qualifying matches EC/WC 39 92
OVERALL 49 125

Awards and accomplishments[edit]

Club[edit]

RK Lovćen

RK Budućnost

Individual[edit]

  • Best handball player in Montenegro (4): 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

National team appearances[edit]

Igor Marković has been a member of Montenegro national handball team since its establishment in January 2007. He is the most capped player with 49 games in the national team. He scored 125 goals for Montenegrin national team. As a member of Montenegro, Marković played in the World Cup 2013 and European Championship 2014.
At the Euro 2014 qualifiers game against Israel in Rishon LeZion, Marković scored 12 goals. That is the highest number of scored goals in one match by any Montenegrin national team player.

Comp Date Opp G
ECQ 03.01.2007.  Finland 1
ECQ 10.01.2007.  Austria 3
ECQ 13.01.2007.  Austria 1
ECQ 17.01.2007.  Netherlands 6
ECQ 21.01.2007.  Netherlands -
ECQ 10.06.2007.  Portugal 1
ECQ 17.06.2007.  Portugal 2
WCQ 08.06.2008.  Romania 7
WCQ 14.06.2008.  Romania 1
ECQ 29.10.2008.  Poland -
ECQ 26.11.2008.  Romania 3
ECQ 29.11.2008.  Turkey 3
ECQ 18.03.2009.  Sweden 1
ECQ 22.03.2009.  Sweden 2
ECQ 10.06.2009.  Turkey 2
ECQ 13.06.2009.  Romania -
ECQ 17.06.2009.  Poland -
Comp Date Opp G
WCQ 16.01.2010.  Greece 1
WCQ 17.01.2010.  Italy 5
ECQ 28.10.2010.  Sweden 1
ECQ 31.10.2010.  Slovakia 1
ECQ 09.03.2011.  Israel 1
ECQ 13.03.2011.  Israel 2
ECQ 08.06.2011.  Sweden 4
ECQ 12.06.2011.  Slovakia -
WCQ 04.01.2012.  Belgium 3
WCQ 07.01.2012.  Belgium 5
WCQ 11.01.2012.  Latvia 1
WCQ 14.01.2012.  Latvia 3
WCQ 10.06.2012.  Sweden 1
WCQ 16.06.2012.  Sweden 1
ECQ 01.11.2012.  Germany 2
ECQ 04.11.2012.  Czech Republic 2
WC 2013 12.01.2013.  Argentina 2
Comp Date Opp G
WC 2013 13.01.2013.  France 3
WC 2013 15.01.2013.  Tunisia 2
WC 2013 16.01.2013.  Germany 3
WC 2013 18.01.2013.  Brazil 3
WC 2013 21.01.2013.  Chile 7
WC 2013 22.01.2013.  South Korea 2
ECQ 03.04.2013.  Israel 3
ECQ 06.04.2013.  Israel 12
ECQ 12.06.2013.  Germany 2
ECQ 15.06.2013.  Czech Republic 4
Euro 2014 13.01.2014.  Sweden 4
Euro 2014 15.01.2014.  Croatia 4
Euro 2014 17.01.2014.  Belarus 3
WCQ 08.06.2014.  Belarus 3
WCQ 15.06.2014.  Belarus 2

European Cups appearances[edit]

Club Comp Date Opponent Goals
Lovćen Cetinje Cup Winners' Cup 01.10.2005. Bosnia and Herzegovina RK Sloga Doboj 4
Cup Winners' Cup 08.10.2005. Bosnia and Herzegovina RK Sloga Doboj 3
Challenge Cup 04.11.2006. Montenegro RK Berane 6
Challenge Cup 11.11.2006. Montenegro RK Berane 7
Challenge Cup 02.12.2006. Bosnia and Herzegovina RK Borac Banja Luka 10
Challenge Cup 09.12.2006. Bosnia and Herzegovina RK Borac Banja Luka 5
Challenge Cup 25.02.2007. Norway Drammen HK 2
Challenge Cup 03.03.2007. Norway Drammen HK 4
EHF Cup 07.09.2007. Luxembourg HB Dudelange 5
EHF Cup 08.09.2007. Luxembourg HB Dudelange 8
EHF Cup 06.09.2008. Faroe Islands Neistin Tórshavn 8
EHF Cup 13.09.2008. Faroe Islands Neistin Tórshavn 6
EHF Cup 11.10.2008. Portugal SL Benfica Lisbon 6
EHF Cup 19.10.2008. Portugal SL Benfica Lisbon 3
EHF Cup 15.11.2008. Slovenia RK Gorenje Velenje 7
EHF Cup 22.11.2008. Slovenia RK Gorenje Velenje 4
Budućnost Podgorica EHF Champions League 04.09.2009. Belarus Dinamo Minsk 1
EHF Champions League 05.09.2009. Republic of Macedonia Vardar Skopje 3
EHF Champions League 06.09.2009. Turkey Beşiktaş Istanbul 2
EHF Cup 11.10.2009. Bosnia and Herzegovina Borac Banja Luka 6
EHF Cup 19.10.2009. Bosnia and Herzegovina Borac Banja Luka 6
EHF Cup 14.11.2009. Germany TBV Lemgo 4
EHF Cup 22.11.2009. Germany TBV Lemgo 9
Lovćen Cetinje Cup Winners' Cup 26.11.2011. Portugal SL Benfica Lisbon 6
Cup Winners' Cup 27.11.2011. Portugal SL Benfica Lisbon 5
EHF Champions League 08.09.2012. Bosnia and Herzegovina RK Sloga Doboj 9
EHF Champions League 09.09.2012. Portugal FC Porto 3
EHF Cup 12.10.2012. Denmark Kolding IF 2
EHF Cup 13.10.2012. Denmark Kolding IF 9
EHF Cup 16.09.2013. Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 9

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "European Handball Federation - Igor Marković / Player". Eurohandball.com. Retrieved 2014-02-20. 
  2. ^ "XI European Championship 2014. Team Roster, Montenegro" (PDF). EHF. Retrieved 12 January 2014.