2006–07 Montenegrin First Handball League

The 2006–07 Montenegrin First Handball League was first season of the Montenegrin First League of Men's Handball, Montenegro's premier handball league.

Montenegrin First Handball League
Season2006–07
ChampionsRK Lovćen
RelegatedRK Cepelin
2007/08

ParticipantsEdit

Location of the 2006/07 Montenegrin Handball League teams

First season of Montenegrin Handball League was established two months after the Montenegrin independence. As the National Handball Federation of Montenegro proposed, First league in its first season has eight participants. Among them were two clubs which played in 2005/06 First League of Serbia and Montenegro (Lovćen and Berane) and six teams which previously (at the season 2005/06) participated in the second level (Pljevlja, Mornar, Sutjeska, Mojkovac, Boka and Cepelin).

Following the propositions of the new competition, league had two parts. During the first, there was 14 weeks, and after that, First League was split into two parts. Four best clubs participated in the TOP4 league for champion, and the last four played in relegation league.

Team City Hall Capacity
Lovćen Cetinje SRC Lovćen 1,450
Berane Berane City Hall 2,200
Pljevlja Pljevlja SC Ada 3,000
Sutjeska Nikšić SRC Nikšić 3,500
Mojkovac Mojkovac City Hall 1,000
Mornar Bar OŠ Jugoslavija 1,000
Boka Tivat Župa 1,500
Cepelin Cetinje SRC Lovćen 1,450

First partEdit

During the first part of the season, all members played 14 games. Four best placed teams - Lovćen, Berane, Sutjeska and Mornar continued season in the TOP4 league for champion. Other teams were playing league for relegation.

Table of the first part of the season:

Pos Team Pld W D L Pts
1
Lovćen Cetinje
14
12
1
1
25
2
Berane
14
10
1
3
21
3
Sutjeska
14
9
1
4
19
4
Mornar
14
8
0
6
16
5
Mojkovac
14
5
3
6
13
6
Pljevlja
14
4
1
9
9
7
Cepelin
14
2
1
11
5
8
Boka
14
1
2
11
4

TOP4 / relegation leagueEdit

At the final phase, RK Lovćen Cetinje won the first champions trophy in the independent Montenegro. In the TOP4 League, Lovćen won all six matches, including two hardest games against Berane.
In the relegation league, RK Boka won the crucial matches against Cepelin, so the club from Cetinje was relegated to the Second league.

TOP4 LeagueEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L Pts
1
Lovćen Cetinje
6
6
0
0
12
2
Berane
6
2
2
2
6
3
Sutjeska
6
2
1
3
5
4
Mornar
6
0
1
5
1

Relegation LeagueEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L Pts
1
Mojkovac
6
5
0
1
10
2
Pljevlja
6
3
0
3
6
3
Boka
6
3
0
3
6
4
Cepelin
6
1
0
5
2

SummaryEdit