Montenegrin Second League

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Montenegrin Second League
Country  Montenegro
Confederation UEFA
Founded 2006
Number of teams 12
10 (from 2017/2018 Season)
Level on pyramid 2
Promotion to Montenegrin First League
Relegation to Montenegrin Third League
Domestic cup(s) Montenegrin Cup
Current champions Jedinstvo Bijelo Polje
(2015–16)
Most championships Bokelj (2 titles)
TV partners RTCG
Website http://fscg.me
2016–17 season

The Second League of Montenegro (Montenegrin: Druga Crnogorska Liga / Друга црногорска лига) is the second top football league in Montenegro. It is headed by the Football Association of Montenegro. Second Montenegrin League consists on 12 participants. The top team qualifies for the First League of Montenegro, the second and third one contests in a playoff match against the 10th and 11th team from the First League, while the bottom-placed two teams are relegated to any of the three third-tier leagues, to be replaced by the two winners of a three-way promotion playoffs, contested by the winners of the three Third League divisions.

History[edit]

During the existence of SFR Yugoslavia, FR Yugoslavia and Serbia and Montenegro, from 1947 to 2006, Montenegrin clubs played in federal leagues (among them was a Second Yugoslav League). Following Montenegrin independence (2006), Football Association of Montenegro established their own competitions - First League, Second League and Third League.
From its' inaugural season, Montenegrin Second League consists on 12 participants. Champion of league qualifies directly for the First League, and second and third placed team are playing playoffs for First League promotion. Two last-placed teams from the Second League are relegated to Third League.
From season 2017-18, number of Second League will be reduced, and there will be ten clubs in the competition.

Winners and participants[edit]

Champions by seasons[edit]

From the season 2006-07, nine different clubs won the title in Montenegrin Second League. FK Bokelj is the only club which won the title twice.

Season Champions Runners up Third place
2006–07 FK Lovćen FK Bokelj FK Ibar
2007–08 FK Jezero FK Čelik FK Jedinstvo
2008–09 FK Berane FK Mladost FK Mornar
2009–10 FK Mladost OFK Bar FK Bratstvo
2010–11 FK Bokelj FK Berane FK Jedinstvo
2011–12 FK Čelik FK Mornar FK Jedinstvo
2012–13 FK Dečić FK Bokelj FK Zabjelo
2013–14 FK Bokelj FK Berane FK Jezero
2014–15 FK Iskra FK Dečić OFK Igalo
2015–16 FK Jedinstvo FK Cetinje FK Bratstvo

All time table[edit]

Montenegrin Second League is existing as an competition under the national football association of Montenegro from the season 2006-07. Overall, 29 different clubs participated in the Montenegrin Second League.
Below is the list of all matches and seasons by every single slub in Montenegrin Second League from 2006 until now. For the previous period and Montenegrin clubs which participated in the Yugoslav Second League, see Montenergin clubs in Yugoslav football competitions (1946-2006).

Club Town Ssn First Last Pld W D L GD Pts
FK Bratstvo Cijevna 10 2006–07 2015–16 324 122 77 125 390:386 443
FK Ibar Rožaje 10 2006–07 2015–16 324 115 84 125 353:374 429
FK Zabjelo Podgorica 9 2006–07 2014–15 294 102 79 113 345:366 385
FK Jezero Plav 9 2006–07 2015–16 291 102 78 111 301:339 383
FK Jedinstvo Bijelo Polje 7 2007–08 2015–16 228 104 59 65 297:201 371
FK Bokelj Kotor 6 2006–07 2013–14 195 103 53 39 286:139 362
FK Berane Berane 6 2007–08 2015–16 192 91 43 58 288:209 316
FK Čelik Nikšić 6 2006–07 2011–12 198 85 40 73 252:211 295
FK Arsenal Tivat 6 2006–07 2014–15 195 56 55 84 182:238 223
OFK Igalo Igalo 5 2011–12 2015–16 159 57 47 55 175:155 218
FK Kom Podgorica 5 2010–11 2015–16 162 53 47 62 172:185 206
FK Iskra Danilovgrad 4 2010–11 2014–15 129 48 29 52 149:170 173
FK Mornar Bar 3 2006–07 2011–12 99 44 24 31 118:94 156
FK Crvena Stijena Podgorica 4 2006–07 2009–10 132 40 35 57 108:147 155
FK Otrant Ulcinj 4 2007–08 2010–11 122 39 37 55 158:187 154
FK Mladost Podgorica 2 2008–09 2009–10 66 41 14 11 142:60 137
FK Dečić Tuzi 2 2012–13 2014–15 63 41 9 13 104:47 131
FK Cetinje Cetinje 3 2013–14 2015–16 96 37 20 39 120:138 131
FK Zora Spuž 3 2006–07 2013–14 96 31 20 45 92:119 113
OFK Bar Bar 2 2009–10 2011–12 66 30 15 21 84:64 105
FK Gusinje Gusinje 3 2006–07 2009–10 99 22 26 51 74:154 92
FK Radnički Berane 2 2014–15 2015–16 63 22 17 24 87:73 83
FK Lovćen Cetinje 1 2006–07 2006–07 33 21 6 6 50:21 69
FK Grafičar Podgorica 1 2015–16 2015–16 30 10 4 16 37:41 34
FK Brskovo Mojkovac 1 2015–16 2015–16 30 5 14 11 23:35 29
FK Pljevlja Pljevlja 1 2010–11 2010–11 33 5 10 18 26:50 25
FK Tekstilac Bijelo Polje 1 2007–08 2007–08 33 6 6 21 20:58 24
FK Petnjica Petnjica 1 2011–12 2011–12 33 3 3 27 15:78 12
FK Ribnica Podgorica 1 2008–09 2008–09 33 2 4 27 16:82 10

As of the end of 2015–16 season. Teams in bold play in 2016–17 season.

Ssn = Number of seasons; Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points;

Records And Statistics[edit]

Records by seasons[edit]

Runs[edit]

  • Longest unbeaten run: 23 matches, Čelik, 18.09.2011 - 09.05.2012, season 2011–12
  • Longest run without win: 14 matches, Ribnica, 15.03.2009 - 30.05.2009, season 2008–09; Petnjica, 14.03.2012 - 30.05.2012, season 2011–12
  • Longest winning streak: 10 matches, Čelik, 13.11.2011 - 15.04.2012, season 2011–12
  • Longest losing streak: 14 matches, Ribnica, 15.03.2009 - 30.05.2009, season 2008–09

Single game[edit]

Attendance by season[edit]

Season Avg Overall M H CH CL
2006–07 485 94,620 195 4,000 Ibar (1,524) Bratstvo (128)
2007–08 579 113,550 196 3,000 Jezero (1,935) Bratstvo (144)
2008–09 331 65,500 198 2,000 Ibar (765) Bratstvo (128)
2009–10 356 70,450 198 1,500 Jezero (738) Zabjelo (166)
2010–11 507 98,950 195 2,000 Ibar (1,207) Zabjelo (163)
2011–12 367 71,650 195 2,000 Čelik (729) Bratstvo (159)
2012–13 319 52,600 165 1,500 Jezero (647) Iskra (153)
2013–14 359 71,150 198 2,500 Jezero (818) Bratstvo (141)
2014–15 360 68,350 190 2,500 Iskra (912) Cetinje (147)
2015–16 364 60,050 165 2,000 Jezero (733) Bratstvo (83)
2016–17 312 41,800 134 2,000 Ibar (1,050) Bratstvo (75)

M = Number of matches (only matches with spectators counted); H = Highest attendance on one match; CH = Club with highest average attendance; CL = Club with lowest average attendance

Current clubs (2016-17)[edit]

The 2016–17 Montenegrin Second League is the eleventh season of second-tier football competition in Montenegro. The season started on 13 August 2016 and will end in May 2017.
The following 12 clubs complete in Second League 2016-17.

Club
City Finishing
in 2015–16
Stadium
FK Berane Berane 4th Gradski stadion (11,000)
FK Bratstvo Cijevna 3rd Stadion Bratstva (500)
FK Cetinje Cetinje 2nd Stadion Obilića Poljana (2,000)
FK Čelik Nikšić 1st in Third League - Center Arrow-up.png Stadion Željezare (2,000)
FK Grafičar Podgorica 7th Camp FSCG (1,250)
FK Ibar Rožaje 8th Bandžovo brdo (4,000)
FK Igalo Igalo 9th Solila (6,000)
FK Jezero Plav 10th Stadion pod Racinom (5,000)
FK Kom Podgorica 5th Zlatica (1,000)
FK Mornar Bar 12th in First League Arrow-down.gif Topolica (2,500)
FK Otrant Ulcinj 1st in Third League - South Arrow-up.png Stadion Olympic (1,500)
FK Radnički Berane 6th Gradski stadion (11,000)

External links and references[edit]