PVK Jadran

PVK Jadran is a professional water polo club based in Herceg Novi, Montenegro. As of 2019–20 season, the club competes in the Montenegrin League, Regional League A1 and LEN Champions League.

PVK Jadran
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Official logo
Founded1926; 95 years ago (1926)
LeagueMontenegrin League
Regional League A1
LEN Champions League
Based inHerceg Novi, Montenegro
PresidentĐuro Marić
Websitewww.pvkjadran.com

PVK Jadran is a 14-time winner of the National league (8 Montenegro, 2 SFR Yugoslavia, 4 Serbia & Montenegro), 13-time winner of the National cup (10 Montenegro, 3 SFR Yugoslavia), 2-time winner of the Regional Water Polo League, and 1-time runner-up of the LEN Champions League.

HistoryEdit

PVK Jadran was founded in the summer of 1926 as a merger between two water polo clubs, Bijela Vila and Spjaža. It was then registered at the Swimming Federation of Yugoslavia. It was the only water club in the Bay of Kotor region and played against teams from Dubrovnik. PVK Jadran's first win was when they had beaten VK Građani, the best clubs in Yugoslavia at the time after VK Jug and VK Jadran.

After World War II in 1945, the national championship was held in Ljubljana and Jadran went, representing Montenegro, and won fourth place. Jadran also played final game in the Euroleague in 2004 where was defeated by Honved.

In 2018–19 season, PVK Jadran was a runner-up in 2018–19 LEN Euro Cup, after losing on aggregate with 16–15 to the French team Marseille.[1]

Notable former playersEdit

Notable former coachesEdit

Former squadsEdit

2007–08 squad
2008–2009 squad
2009–10 squad
2010–2011 squad
2011–12 squad

2012–13 squad

2013–14 squad

2014–15 squad
2015–16 squad

2016–17 squad

Recent seasonsEdit

Rankings in Montenegrin First LeagueEdit

P. 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
2 2
3 3 3 3
4

In European competitionEdit

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Roberts, Jaime (13 April 2019). "Marseille wins Euro Cup and makes history". waterpology.com. Retrieved 19 September 2019.

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