|Full name||Rukometni klub Sutjeska Nikšić|
|Arena||Dvorana SC Nikšić|
|League||Montenegrin First League|
|Active sport clubs of Sutjeska|
RK Sutjeska was formed at 1949, and during the decades played in the Montenegrin Republic League, and in the Second Yugoslav League.
Biggest successes, Sutjeska made after the Montenegrin independence, when they became a members of the First League. At their first season in that competition (2006/07), Sutjeska won the third place, with first placement to the European cups. A year later, Sutjeska made their historical result - winning the Cup of Montenegro in Danilovgrad.
Until 2014, together with Lovćen Cetinje, Sutjeska was the only club which competed in every season of the Montenegrin First League. But, before the 2014/15 season, the club withdrew from the First League, because of financial difficulties.
- Winner of the Montenegrin Cup (1)
Supporters and rivalries
"The Dukes" (Vojvode) is the popular name for the most ardent Sutjeska fans. They have been established as an NGO in 1988 in Nikšić and today constitute one of the most numerous groups of supporters in Montenegro. They traditionally follow all the matches of all sports that compete under the “Sutjeska” name, both home and away matches. The biggest Sutjeska rival is RK Budućnost Podgorica, as the "Barbarians" (Varvari) are the other large group of supporters in the country.
First League seasons
RK Sutjeska played in the Montenegrin First League during the seasons 2006/07, 2007/08, 2008/09, 2009/10, 2010/11, 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/14.
Participation in the SEHA League
Except Lovćen, which is a permanent member of the Regional SEHA League, Sutjeska is the only other Montenegrin club which participated in that competition. Sutjeska played in the SEHA league 2011/12 and finished the season at the 10 od 12 places of the table.
In that season, Sutjeska played against CO Zagreb (30:33, 27:37), Tatran Prešov (20:26, 22:42), Vardar Skopje (24:29, 23:33), Metalurg Skopje (22:28, 23:31), Nexe Našice (17:32, 19:32), Lovćen Cetinje (20:26, 22:31), Borac Banja Luka (22:32, 20:23), Metaloplastika Šabac (20:22), Izviđač Ljubuški (19:19, 27:29), Bosna Sarajevo (23:17, 24:30) and Crvena zvezda Beograd (29:22, 21:20).
Sutjeska played five seasons in the EHF European competitions:
2007/08 - EHF Cup
2008/09 - EHF Cup Winners' Cup
2009/10 - EHF Cup
2011/12 - EHF Cup
2012/13 - EHF Challenge Cup
|2007/08||EHF Cup||1/16||Bosna Visoko||21:21, 27:38|
|2008/09||EHF Cup Winners' Cup||1/32||United Tongeren||22:20, 22:23|
|1/16||Budivelnyk Kiev||20:21, 17:30|
|2009/10||EHF Cup||1/32||Handball Esch||23:23, 26:32|
|2011/12||EHF Cup||1/32||Kastrioti||30:27, 35:25|
|1/16||Nexe Našice||21:29, 25:30|
|2012/13||EHF Challenge Cup||1/32||Initia Hasselt||18:30, 16:23|
- Alen Muratović
- Goran Đukanović
- Marko Lasica