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Fudbalski Klub Budućnost Podgorica (Montenegrin Cyrillic: Будућност Подгорица, pronounced [budǔːt͡ɕnoːst]) is a football club from Podgorica, Montenegro, currently competing in the Montenegrin First League. Its colours are blue and white.
Founded in 1925, Budućnost was the Montenegrin club with most appearances in the Yugoslav First League, debuting in 1946. Due to the city being renamed during the communist rule in Yugoslavia, Budućnost was known as Budućnost Titograd throughout that era. Since Montenegrin independence in 2006, the club has won three Montenegrin First League titles and one Montenegrin Cup. They are the Montenegrin club with the most games and seasons in European competitions, winning the UEFA Intertoto Cup in 1981.
The team produced many European top-class players among whom are the UEFA Champions League winning strikers Dejan Savićević and Predrag Mijatović.
FK Budućnost is a part of Budućnost Podgorica sports society.

Budućnost Podgorica
Fk Buducnost Logo.png
Full nameFudbalski Klub Budućnost Podgorica
Nickname(s)Plavo-bijeli (The Blue-Whites), Varvari (The Barbarians)
Short nameBUD
Founded1925; 94 years ago (1925)
GroundStadion Pod Goricom, Podgorica
Capacity15,230[1]
PresidentŽarko Burić
Head CoachBranko Brnović
LeagueMontenegrin First League
2017–18Montenegrin First League, 2nd
WebsiteClub website

Contents

HistoryEdit

Period 1925-1941Edit

The club was founded in June 1925, as a Workers' sports club Zora (RSK Zora). After two years, club was named as RSK Budućnost. In historical - first ever team of RSK Zora / RSK Budućnost, in period between 1925 and 1928, played Musaja Čelebičić, Vaso Vukadinović, Bećo Abdomerović, Vaso Čarapić, Vlado Kirsanov, Đorđe Kešeljević, Vaso Kulić, Blažo Prelević, Duljo Džaferadžović, Blažo Šutulović, Buto Krkanović, Luka Bulatović, Tahir Čelebić, Ilija Ivanović, Milo Pajović, Milovan Radulović, Vuko Vuksanović, Dušan Krcunović, Đorđije Vučeljić, Branko Rajković, Smail Bibezić, Šećir Kapadžić and Arso Marković.[2] First coach was Slovenian-born Karlo Vugrinec, who served in Podgorica as an electrician.
First game in the history of FK Budućnost was friendly match against local rival GSK Balšić, played on 1925. Budućnost won the game, with result 2-1.[3]
During the end of 20's, RSK Budućnost played their first games in official competitions. Their debut in Montenegrin football championship occurred on season 1927 (under the name Zora), when they were eliminated at the First stage of competition against GSK Balšić (0-3).[4] Next season, Budućnost made their first win in official competitions, defeating GSK Balšić (2-1), but were eliminated in Championship semifinals against Lovćen (2-3).[5]
Next two years, Budućnost was eliminated at early stages of Montenegrin Championship, and in Spring 1931, for the second time in history, played in the semifinals. After eliminated GSK Balšić (4-1) and Berane (3-0), team from Podgorica lost the semifinals against Obilić Nikšić (3-5).
In Autumn 1931, Budućnost for the first time played in the finals of Montenegrin football championship, but lost against SK Crnogorac Cetinje (1-2). In previous stages of competition, Budućnost eliminated GSK Balšić (6-2) and Gorštak Kolašin (3-1).
Podgorica side played their first international game in 1932. Budućnost was hosted by KS Vllaznia in Shkoder and won 1-0.
In Autumn 1932, Budućnost won their first title of Montenegrin champion. In the finals, team from Podgorica defeated FK Lovćen (6-3).[6] During that season, FK Budućnost played their first official game against FK Sutjeska (2-1)[6] and that was the first edition of Montenegrin Derby - the greatest rivalry in the history of Montenegrin football. Next season (Spring 1933), Budućnost defended the trophy - opponent in the final game, again, were FK Lovćen (2-0; 2-2).[7] Third trophy of Montenegrin champion before Second World War, FK Budućnost won at 1934. Opponent in the finals, again, was FK Lovćen (2-0, 1-1).[8] Last time, Budućnost played in Championship final at 1935, but this time FK Lovćen won the title (1-2).
At the beginning of 1937, as a team which supported workers' ideas, together with FK Lovćen, FK Budućnost was abandoned by regime of that time. During the next years, the club, under the temporary name RSK Crna Gora, played only few friendly, illegal games, against Lovćen and FK Velež from Mostar.
With the beginning of World War II, all sports' activities of the club were suspended. All the players went to Partisan movement and many of them died during the battles. Outside of Podgorica City Stadium (Western stand), there is a memorial table in respect to all FK Budućnost players which died or participated in WWII.

Period 1945-1975Edit

After the war, club was refounded under the name FK Budućnost. First game they played on 1 May 1945, against FK Lovćen at Cetinje (4-2). In January 1946, Budućnost played first international friendly game after war, against KF Tirana (6-1) in Podgorica. Soon after that, team from Podgorica won first official football competition after the World War II - Montenegrin Republic League for 1946 season, which meant placement to the inaugural edition of the Yugoslav First League (1946–47). During the six matches, Budućnost hadn't any single defeat and made one of the biggest official victories in team's history, against Arsenal (8-0).
Historical first game in First Yugoslav League, FK Budućnost played on 25 August 1946 against Dinamo Zagreb (2-2),[9] in front of 5,000 spectators in Podgorica, which was equal with town population of that time. During the season, on 16 March 1947, Budućnost defeated NK Nafta 9-0. Until today, it remained biggest ever home victory of Budućnost in the First League.
Until the 1955, FK Budućnost played three seasons in Yugoslav First League, four in Yugoslav Second League and three in Montenegrin Republic League. During the all that time, their head coach was Vojin Božović, who is still holding two records in the club's history - manager with most seasons (10) and with the most official games (199). On season 1953, FK Budućnost made the biggest victory in official games history, against Iskra away (13-1).
From 1955 to 1960, team from Podgorica was a permanent parcitipant of Yugoslav First League. Their best performance of that era occurred on editions 1956–57 and 1958–59, finishing as a ninth-placed team.[10]
Most important moment in next decade occurred on season 1964-65. Budućnost was a member of Yugoslav Second League, but they surprisingly participated in the final game of 1964–65 Yugoslav Cup. They lost a game against Dinamo Zagreb (1-2). In their first Cup final, Budućnost played with following team: Hajduković, Folić, Gardašević, Pavlović, Savković, Kovačević, Šaković, Todorović, Šorban, Ćerić, Franović (coach: Božidar Dedović). The only goal for Budućnost scored Franović in 35th minute. In previous rounds, FK Budućnost eliminated Sutjeska (3-2), Radnički Beograd (1-0), OFK Beograd (3-2) and Vardar away (2-0) in semifinals.
From the other side, during the sixties, FK Budućnost spent only one season ih the top tier (1962-63).
From 1969 to 1974, FK Budućnost was among the best Yugoslav Second League sides, as they were title holders three times and twice runners-up. But, on every of five seasons, they failed to gain a promotion to Yugoslav First League via playoffs. Rows of playoff loses started in 1969 against Sloboda Tuzla (0-3, 1-1), and continued in 1970 against Sloga Kraljevo (2-0, 0-2; lost on penalties), 1971 against Vardar Skopje (1-1, 0-3), 1972 against Spartak Subotica (1-0, 1-2; lost on penalties) and in 1973 against Maribor (1-0, 0-1; lost on penalties). With that score and three from five playoffs lost on penalties, FK Budućnost was an unluckily side in the history of Yugoslav First League promotion games.
Finaly, on season 1974-75, Budućnost gained their first promotion to top flight after 12 years. Team from Podgorica won the Second League title with 14 points more than second-placed Sutjeska and prepared for their comeback to Yugoslav First League.

Period 1975-1992Edit

The period which is known as a golden era of football in Podgorica is 1975-1985. Budućnost was a permanent top-tier member, finishing two seasons as six-placed team.
A big comeback of FK Budućnost to Yugoslav First League occurred on season 1975-76. Budućnost avoided a relegation and during the season few attendance records were made. Third week game between Budućnost and Hajduk Split (1-2) was attended by 20,000 spectators, which is the highest number in the history of Budućnost home games, but the Podgorica City Stadium, too. Except that, 1975-76 First League games in Podgorica were attended by 12,765 supporters (average), which is another all-time record.
On season 1976-77, FK Budućnost had another performance in Yugoslav Cup final game. Their rival was Hajduk Split and the team from Podgorica again lost the trophy. This time, they were defeated in extra-time (0-2). On final game, Budućnost sterted with the following team: Vujačić, Janković, Folić, J. Miročević, Vukčević, Milošević, Kovačević, Bošković, Radonjić, A. Miročević, Ljumović (coach: Marko Valok).[11] In previous rounds, Budućnost eliminated Pobeda Prilep (3-1), Rudar Kakanj (1-0), Sarajevo (3-2) and Radnički Niš away in semifinals (1-1; Budućnost won the penalties). Two appearances in the Yugoslav Cup finals (1965, 1977) are considered as greatest achievements of FK Budućnost in the era of SFR Yugoslavia.
At the same time, on spring 1977, Budućnost debuted in the Balkans Cup, finishing second in the group with Panathinaikos (1-2, 2-2) and Vllaznia (2-0, 1-1).
Seasons 1978-79 and 1980-81 were remembered as best performances of FK Budućnost in Yugoslav Second League. Both times, team from Podgorica finished as a sixth-placed team. On season 1978-79, no one from the big four of Yugoslav football (Hajduk, FK Crvena Zvezda, GNK Dinamo and FK Partizan) won the game in Podgorica.
With sixth place in 1981, FK Budućnost qualified for Intertoto Cup. Team from Podgorica had a successful campaign in international competition, finishing among nine group winners. In Group 4, Budućnost played against Odense (4-2, 1-1), Östers (3-1, 0-0) and Wacker Innsbruck (1-2, 3-1).[12]
After the First League season 1981-82, all-time top-striker of FK Budućnost Mojaš Radonjić signed to their biggest rival Sutjeska. Radonjić played for Budućnost from 1972, with overall 84 scored goals, and among them 52 in the Yugoslav First League.
During the eighties, Budućnost never relegated from the First League, but another achievement of Podgorica side was producing of great players. So, in 1983 for FK Budućnost debuted Dejan Savićević, who will later win two UEFA Champions League titles,[13] with one scored goal in the final.[14] Savićević played for Budućnost 1988, including the 130 games in Yugoslav First League with 36 scored goals. Most matches in his career Savićević played for Budućnost.
Another great talent of FK Budućnost debuted in 1987. That was Predrag Mijatović, who will later win and score a goal in one UEFA Champions League final.[15] Mijatović played two seasons in Budućnost senior team, with 73 appearances and 10 scored goals.
Except them, among the players which started their careers in FK Budućnost during the eighties were Branko Brnović (100 games / 13 goals for Budućnost in First League), Željko Petrović (59/6), Niša Saveljić (98/8), Dragoljub Brnović (183/12), Dragoje Leković (133/0) and all of them were members of national teams of SFR Yugoslavia and FR Yugoslavia.
In period from 1985 to 1991, FK Budućnost continued to play in Yugoslav First League. Their best finish at that time occurred on season 1986-87 - team from Podgorica was seventh-placed, equalised on table with GNK Dinamo Zagreb, and only one point less than fourth-placed Rijeka.
Except that, eighties are remembered in the clubs' history as a period of founding of organized Ultras group. In 1987 are founded Varvari (Barbarians), the strongest organised supporters group in Montenegro and among the well-known on former Yugoslav territories.
On 28 May 1989, FK Budućnost played their very first game under the floodlights on Podgorica City Stadium, against Rad (3-0).
Another, their third international performance, FK Budućnost made in 1991. Team from Podgorica represented Yugoslavia in Balkans Cup. That was a very successful campaign for Budućnost, who played in the finals. In quarterfinals, they eliminated KF Tirana (2-0, 0-0). FK Budućnost made a huge surprise in semifinals, eliminating Galatasaray (0-0, 1-1). In final, FK Budućnost lost to FC Inter Sibiu (0-0, 0-1).[16] Soon after that, SFR Yugoslavia had broken. From 1946 to 1992, FK Budućnost played 26 seasons in Yugoslav First League. With 261 wins and 188 draws from 789 games, they are among the top 14 teams on the all-time list of Yugoslav football championship.

Period 1992-2006Edit

After the breaking of SFR Yugoslavia, Montenegro stayed in federation with Serbia, in the successor state called FR Yugoslavia. So, FK Budućnost became a member of new top tier competition - FR Yugoslavia First League.
Until the end of nineties, First League had two groups (A and B) and FK Budućnost played majority of seasons in the higher one.
FK Budućnost made first success in new football system on 1994–95. They finished as a champion of First B League and gained participation in international competitions. In the playoffs for UEFA competitions, Budućnost played against Vojvodina - winner took the spot in UEFA Cup and defeated in UEFA Intertoto Cup. While FK Budućnost won the first game in Podgorica (3-1), Vojvodina won 5-2 in Novi Sad, so Budućnost participated in 1995 UEFA Intertoto Cup. They finished as fourth in Group 7, so didn't succeed to qualify for the final stages. FK Budućnost won an away game against Tervis Pärnu (3-1), but defeated against Bayer in Leverkusen. As Podgorica City Stadium didn't met new UEFA rules, they played home games against Nea Salamis (1-1) and OFI Crete (3-4) in Belgrade.
At the beginning of new century, FK Budućnost performances were weaker, so they surprisingly relegated after the season 2000-01. Budućnost lost the battle against Rad, so they were moved to lower rank after the 26 consecutive seasons spent in top-tier.
Another surprise came during the next two seasons, when FK Budućnost failed to gain a quick promotion to First League. Finaly, promotion came after the 2003-04 Second League edition, when FK Budućnost with young, homegrown team, dominated in competition.
Team from Podgorica made a great top-tier comeback on season 2004-05. Among the many significant results, FK Budućnost defeated Crvena Zvezda in Belgrade (2-1) for the first time after 18 years. At the end of season, Budućnost finished sixth and gained participation in UEFA Intertoto Cup. In the first leg of 2005 UEFA Intertoto Cup, they eliminated Valleta (2-2, 5-0) and in the next stage their opponent where Spanish giants of that time - Deportivo La Coruña. First game at Estadio Riazor finished 3-0 for home side. But, in second match, FK Budućnost was in 2-0 lead in front of 10,000 supporters. At the end, game finished 2-1, so Deportivo went to the next stage.

Period 2006-Edit

As a Montenegrin club with greatest results from the period 1945-2006, Budućnost continued with greater successes in Montenegrin First League, after the independence (2006). The club from Podgorica won two championship titles in the seasons 2007–08 and 2011–12. Budućnost, also, finished as a second-placed team six times. On 2016–17 season Budućnost won its third title, finishing even with two other teams and coming top of the table by head-to-head results.[17]

Budućnost has also reached four Montenegrin Cup finals (2007–08, 2009–10, 2012–13 and 2015–16), winning it once, against Čelik Nikšić 1–0 (2012–13).
After Montenegrin independence, Budućnost played 11 seasons in European competitions. Notable seasons in UEFA Europe League include matches against HNK Hajduk Split (1:1, 0:1 - 2006/07) and K.R.C. Genk (2:0, 0:2 - 2016/17). Budućnost participated three times in UEFA Champions League qualifiers (2008–09, 2012–13, 2017–18).

Evolution of nameEdit

During the history, FK Budućnost participated under three different names. Most of the period, they played under today's name.

Period Name Full name
1925-1928 RSK Zora Radnički sportski klub "Zora" / Workers' Sport Club "Zora"
1928-1937 RSK Budućnost Radnički sportski klub "Budućnost" / Workers' Sport Club "Budućnost"
1937-1941 RSK Crna Gora Radnički sportski klub "Crna Gora" / Workers' Sport Club "Montenegro"
1945- FK Budućnost Fudbalski klub "Budućnost" / Football Club "Budućnost"

List of competitive matches (1925-)Edit

Below is an overall score of all matches of FK Budućnost in official competitions since 1925. More details at page List of FK Budućnost seasons.

Competition Level Seasons First season Last season Matches W D L GD
First League 49 1946-47 2017-18 1551 616 364 571 1936:1937
Second League 21 1947-48 2003-04 620 331 146 143 1021:532
Republic League 3 1946 1953 28 23 2 3 113:29
First League playoffs 10 1951-52 1996-97 28 10 6 12 37:44
Montenegrin Championship (1922-1940) 12 1927 1935 37 25 4 8 94:42
National Cup 56 1947 2017-18 176 94 29 53 275:198
UEFA competitions 14 1981-82 2018-19 42 14 11 17 52:54
Balkans Cup 2 1977 1990-91 10 2 6 2 9:8
OVERALL (1925-) 2482 1115 568 809 3537:2844

Note: Including 2018–19 UEFA Europa League, 2017–18 Montenegrin First League and 2017-18 Montenegrin Cup results

RecordsEdit

Budućnost in European competitionsEdit

FK Budućnost is Montenegrin club with most played seasons and matches in European football competitions. Except participation in UEFA competitions, during the history Budućnost played twice in the Balkans Cup.

UEFA competitionsEdit

FK Budućnost debuted in European competitions at 1981, when they played in Intertoto Cup, finishing as a first placed team in the group. In next decades, Budućnost played in the same competition twice, with notable victory against Deportivo La Coruña (2:1) at 2006.
After the Montenegrin independence, Budućnost became standard participant of UEFA competitions, and played three seasons in the Champions League qualifiers. In recent period, most successful European season of Budućnost was 2016/17 in UEFA Europa League. After eliminating Macedonian side Rabotnički, Budućnost almost made surprise against K.R.C. Genk (2:0 in Podgorica after 0:2 in Genk in first match), but lose on penalties.

Competition Seasons First Last G W D L GD
UEFA Champions League 3 2008-09 2017-18 6 1 2 3 3:7
UEFA Europa League 7 2007-08 2016-17 20 7 4 9 20:22
Intertoto Cup 3 1981-82 2005-06 14 6 4 4 28:22
OVERALL 13 seasons 40 14 10 16 51:51

Balkans CupEdit

FK Budućnost played two seasons in the Balkans Cup, a regional competition for clubs from Yugoslavia, Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, Romania and Turkey. The club made its debut in 1977 in Group B, with Panathinaikos and Vllaznia. After four legs, they were second in the group with four points. During their second spell in the Balkans Cup, in 1991, Budućnost reached the final losing to FC Inter Sibiu. Before the final game, Budućnost eliminated Galatasaray.

Honours and achievementsEdit

National Championships – 3

National Cups – 1

Championships (1922-1940) – 4

International – 1

Supporters and rivalriesEdit

VarvariEdit

 
Varvari at a Montenegrin First League home match
 
Varvari at a Montenegrin First League home match

Budućnost fans are known as Varvari (Barbarians), a group founded in 1987.[21] The group's traditional colours are blue and white, which are also the colours of all the Budućnost sports clubs. For FK Budućnost Podgorica home games, Varvari occupy the northern stand (Śever) of the Podgorica city stadium. They also have a reserved stand at the Morača Sports Center, as supporters of KK Budućnost basketball club.[22] The focal point for the group during the late 1990s was the basketball club, which started investing heavily while the football club toiled in the lower half of the table.
Since its foundation years, Varvari gained a reputation of a violent group, and in the recent history they caused some of the biggest accidents that occurred at football matches. At First League 2004-05 game Budućnost - Partizan Belgrade, flares, blocks, construction materials and similar objects were thrown from the North stand to the pitch and match was abandoned for 15 minutes. The following year, the home game against Red Star Belgrade was suspended for two hours after the home supporters (Varvari) sprayed tear gas on the pitch and, after that, attacked visitors' ultras.[23][24] In spring 2006, there was crowd violence at the local rivals game Budućnost - Zeta.[25] In the Montenegrin First League, numerous matches of FK Budućnost were suspended due to crowd violence or crowd invasion of the pitch. During the latest seasons, there has been an escalation of violence at the Montenegrin Derby games.
They are the best organised and largest fan group in Montenegro. According to many fan magazines from the Balkans they are the only fans in Montenegro who are at the level of the largest fan groups from ex-Yugoslavia.[26]

RivalriesEdit

FK Budućnost is a participant of biggest game in Montenegrin football - Montenegrin Derby, a match against FK Sutjeska from Nikšić. First official game, two teams played at 9 October 1932.[6] As a match of main and strongest clubs from two biggest Montenegrin cities, derby became popular among the citizens from the early history. Some of the highest attendance in Montenegrin football were recorded at the games of Montenegrin Derby. From the 80's, both clubs have organised supporters groups, which gave to a Montenegrin Derby new and often a violent dimension.[27][28][29]

Montenegrin Derby all-time record
Competition Played Budućnost Draw Sutjeska GD
First League 63
27
22
14
98:63
Montenegrin Championship 4
4
0
0
15:3
Lower leagues 26
12
7
7
43:28
National Cup 9
6
3
0
14:5
Totals 102
49
32
21
170:100

Except Montenegrin Derby, in period 1925-1935, there was a big local derby in Podgorica, between FK Budućnost and GSK Balšić. As Budućnost was officially workers' club and Balšić the team of that-time regime, Podgorica derby had big social dimension. Together with Cetinje teams Lovćen and Crnogorac, rivals from Podgorica were among top-4 teams in Montenegrin Football Championship (1922-1940). So, their games made huge interest in Podgorica and nearby places. Two teams played first game at 1925 and Budućnost won 2-1 (friendly game).
During the regime of Kingdom of Yugoslavia, work of RSK Budućnost is prohibited at 1937. After the Second World War, GSK Balšić was not refounded, so derby was alive only in period from 1925 to 1936. Budućnost won four champion titles in period 1925-1935, while GSK Balšić won seven trophies in seasons between 1925 and 1940. Budućnost and Balšić played 11 official games. Budućnost won 8 matches and Balšić 3 games, with goal difference 22-12 (Budućnost goals first).
During the period 1946-2006, especially popular were games of FK Budućnost against big-four of Yugoslav football (Crvena zvezda, Dinamo Zagreb, Hajduk Split and Partizan). Games against Hajduk and Dinamo, FK Budućnost played in Yugoslav First League until the breakup of SFR Yugoslavia, and against Crvena zvezda and Partizan until Montenegrin independence.

Stadium and training facilityEdit

Podgorica City StadiumEdit

 
Stadion Pod Goricom during Budućnost game in Montenegrin First League

FK Budućnost plays its home games at the Stadion Pod Goricom, in Podgorica. Stadion Pod Goricom, is also the largest football stadium in Montenegro and the home ground of the Montenegro national football team. The stadium's original capacity was about 12,000 spectators, which expanded to 15,230 with the addition of the north and south stands. An eastern stand is planned to be built soon, which will bring the stadium's capacity to over 20,000.
The pitch measures 105 x 70 meters. Stadium is well known for close distance between pitch and stands. Pitch is totally renovated in 2014 and today is among the best football pitches in the Balkans.
Floodlights were installen at the 1989, with the first match in the night-time Budućnost - Rad (First League, 28 May 1989). Twenty years later, new, 1900 lux, floodlights were installen.[30]

FK Budućnost training centerEdit

Since 2008, FK Budućnost made their own training center in Camp FSCG,[31] located on Ćemosvko polje, a plain at Podgorica outskirts between the settlements Stari Aerodrom and Konik.
At training center, on area of 18,000 sq meters, FK Budućnost owns administrative building with offices, meeting rooms, press room and technical facilities, and two football grounds. Both pitches have stands with capacity of 1,000 seats. On that grounds, their home games plays all young teams of FK Budućnost and ŽFK Budućnost, too.
For the first time, senior team of FK Budućnost played an official game at training center in November 2016. On Montenegrin Cup match, they hosted FK Kom.

Current teamEdit

SquadEdit

As of 17 July 2018 [32]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1   GK Miloš Dragojević
3   DF Dominique Correia
4   MF Petar Vukčević
6   DF Bojan Roganović
8   MF Luka Mirković
9   FW Mihailo Perović
10   FW Igor Ivanović
11   DF Ilija Tučević
12   FW Milan Djurišić
13   DF Ognjen Obradović
15   DF Slavko Damjanović
16   FW Igor Vukčević
17   FW Dušan Bakić
No. Position Player
18   DF Jonathan Drešaj
20   MF Miloš Mijić
21   GK Milan Mijatović
22   MF Miloš Brnović
23   FW Balša Sekulić
24   DF Stefan Milić
25   FW Milivoje Raičević
27   GK Petar Radulovic
29   MF Vasilije Terzić
77   FW Miljan Vlaisavljević
80   MF Balša Boričić

Coaching staffEdit

Position Staff
Manager Branko Brnovic
Assistant manager Radislav Dragicevic
Goalkeeping coach Darko Belojevic
Doctor Zoran Jovović
Doctor Nermin Abdić
Physical fitness coach Dr Kemal Idrizović
Economic Zoran Gajević

Last updated: 17 July 2018
Source:[citation needed]

Coaching and players historyEdit

RecordsEdit

Notable playersEdit

For the list of former and current players with Wikipedia article, please see Category:FK Budućnost Podgorica players.

During the history, a numerous notable players sterted their career or played for FK Budućnost. Most known are Podgorica-born players Dejan Savićević, Predrag Mijatović, Branko Brnović, Željko Petrović, Niša Saveljić or Dragoljub Brnović. Players with most games for Budućnost are Ibrahim Methadžović and Slavko Vlahović. Most goals for FK Budućnost in the First League scored Mojaš Radonjić.
Below is the list of players which, during their career, played for FK Budućnost and represented their countries at national teams.

Managerial historyEdit

SponsorsEdit

Kit suppliersEdit

Kit provider Period Colors home Colors away Third kit
1976–1980
  Adidas
blue, white
white, blue
1980–1985
  Sport
blue, white
blue, white
1985–1990
  Yassa
blue, white
white, blue
1990–1995
  Kelme
blue, white
red, white
1995–1997
  Lotto
blue, white
white, blue
1997–1998
  Le Coq Sportif
navy blue, white
white, blue
1998–2000
  NAAI
blue, white
white
2000–2004
  da Capo
red, sky blue, white
blue, white
white
blue, white
white
2004–2006
  A-line
blue, white
white
2006–2009
  da Capo
blue, white
white, blue
2009–2011
  Nike
blue, white
white, blue
white
2011–
  Legea
blue, white
white, blue
white
navy blue
orange
grey
red, white
grey
yellow
white, blue
white
dark red
white

Women's teamEdit

Women's team of FK Budućnost (ŽFK Budućnost) exists from 2005. Until 2016, team was known as ŽFK Palma.[33][34]
It plays in the Montenegrin Women's League. It's the oldest women's football club in Montenegro. They won two champion titles, on seasons 2008-09 and 2009–10.

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "UEFA Multimedia PDF file" (PDF).
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