RK Budućnost Podgorica

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RK Budućnost Podgorica
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Full nameRukometni klub Budućnost Podgorica
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RK Budućnost (Cyrillic: PК Будућност) was a handball club from Podgorica, Montenegro, which was champion of Montenegro for the two times. It was a part of Budućnost sport society.


During the most of their history, Budućnost played in the Second Yugoslav League. In the shadow of successful Women's handball team Budućnost, they played only two seasons in the First League during the SFR Yugoslavia and FR Yugoslavia era.

Successful period in the Budućnost history started after the Montenegrin independence. Budućnost became champion of the Second League 2006/07 and gets promotion to the First League.

With a lot of new players from the whole region, Budućnost won their first trophy of Montenegrin champion at the season 2008/09. Same success, club from Podgorica made one year later. They participated in qualifiers for the EHF Champions League, but after 2010 and financial collapse, RK Budućnost was dissolved. Today, there is no any men's handball club in the capital of Montenegro.


First League seasons[edit]

In the SFR Yugoslavia and FR Yugoslavia/Serbia and Montenegro, RK Budućnost participated in the First League during the three seasons: 1990/91, 1991/92, 2000/01.

After the Montenegrin independence, Budućnost played in the Montenegrin First League during the seasons 2007/08, 2008/09, 2009/10.

European Cups[edit]

Budućnost played two seasons in the EHF European competitions:

2008/09 - EHF Challenge Cup

2009/10 - EHF Champions League / EHF Cup


Season Competition Round Opponent Score
2008/09 EHF Challenge Cup Qual England Manchester 39:11
Qual Sweden LIF Lindesberg 34:30
Qual Croatia Karlovac 28:28
1/16 Bosnia and Herzegovina Sloga Doboj 37:19, 32:22
1/16 Portugal Maritimo da Madeira 30:26, 31:28
1/8 Turkey Beşiktaş Istanbul 27:25, 23:26
2009/10 EHF Champions League Qual Belarus Dinamo Minsk 27:35
Qual Republic of Macedonia Vardar Skopje 28:35
Qual Turkey Beşiktaş Istanbul 31:28
EHF Cup 1/32 Bosnia and Herzegovina Borac Banja Luka 36:30, 29:33
1/16 Germany TBV Lemgo 28:28, 23:46

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