OFK Durmitor

Omladinski fudbalski klub Durmitor is a Montenegrin football club based in Žabljak. They competed in the Montenegrin Third League, before the men's team was disbanded in 2013.[1]

OFK Durmitor
Full nameOmladinski fudbalski klub Durmitor
Founded2001
Dissolved2013
GroundRavni Žabljak Stadium
Žabljak,
Montenegro
Capacity1,000
ManagerNone

HistoryEdit

Founded in 2001,[2] OFK Durmitor is among the youngest football teams in Montenegro and the only one from Durmitor mountain region. Coming from Žabljak, a town with highest elevation on the Balkans, OFK Durmitor started as an enthusiastic project, but soon played their first official games in the Montenegrin Fourth League - Northern Region.
Following Montenegrin independence, OFK Durmitor became a member of the Montenegrin Third League, but never succeeded to gain promotion to highest-rank competitions. OFK Durmitor's best result was made during the 2010-11 season when they finished as a third-placed team in the Montenegrin Third League - Northern Region.[3]

Final squadEdit

During their last season in the Montenegrin Third League, OFK Durmitor played with following players: Drobnjak, M. Džaković, Đ. Španjević, Pašić, Bojović, Raonić, Damjanović, Radulović, Kovačević, Krsmanović. Pićurić, D. Džaković, Z. Španjević. Manager: Vitko Španjević.[4]

Women's teamEdit

Since 2008, Žabljak also hosts ŽFK Durmitor - a women's football team, which is a part of OFK Durmitor. ŽFK Durmitor participated in the inaugural season of the Montenegrin Women's League,[5] as well as subsequent seasons.[6][7][8]

StadiumEdit

OFK Durmitor plays their home games at Ravni Žabljak Stadium, built at the time of the team's foundation. The stadium has one stand, with a capacity of 1,000 seats.[9] Situated on a high mountain, with extreme elevation, the pitch is under the snow during the winter months. Local authorities stated they're planning renovation of the stadium.[10]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Žabljak: Već dvije decenije ulaganja u sport svedena na minimum - Vijesti (in Montenegrin)
  2. ^ "Domain Unavailable!".
  3. ^ 'Crnogorski klubovi u fudbalskim takmičenjima 1946-2016', Podgorica, 2016.
  4. ^ https://www.facebook.com/-OFKDURMITOR-ZABLJAK--89191598157/[user-generated source]
  5. ^ "Montenegro (Women) 2009".
  6. ^ "Montenegro (Women) 2009/10".
  7. ^ "Montenegro (Women) 2011/12".
  8. ^ "Montenegro (Women) 2012/13".
  9. ^ "Euro.stades.ch - Zabljak, Gradski Stadion".
  10. ^ "Vest | 40".