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FK Bokelj

FK Bokelj Kotor
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Full nameFudbalski klub Bokelj Kotor
Short nameBOK
Founded1922; 101 years ago (1922)
GroundStadion Pod Vrmcem
ChairmanDavor Kumburović
ManagerZoran Krivokapić
LeagueMontenegrin Second League
2021–22Montenegrin Second League, 4th

FK Bokelj is a Montenegrin professional football club based in the coastal town of Kotor. They currently compete in the Montenegrin Second League.


History of Bokelj started at the second decade of 20th century. The team was founded on 30 July 1922 as SK Primorac.[1] Primorac played its first game against FK Zrinjski Tivat and won 2-1. In 1926, the team was renamed as FK Bokelj and until 1941 played numerous seasons in the Montenegrin Football Championship. In that period, FK Bokelj played four times in the final of the Montenegrin Championship, but never won it.
After the war, Bokelj started to play in the Montenegrin Republic League in 1947. Only four years later, the team from Kotor were promoted to the Yugoslav Second League (season 1951). From that year to 1991, FK Bokelj played overall nine seasons in the Yugoslav Second League. During the other seasons, the club participated in the Montenegrin Republic League (third rank of football in SFR Yugoslavia), winning the title eight times. Except that, in the period between 1988-1992, Bokelj played four seasons in the new-established Yugoslav Third League.
In 1999, Bokelj gained a new promotion to the Second League, this time in FR Yugoslavia football system. Until 2006, they spent seven consecutive seasons in the Second League, with second place in the 2002-03 season as their biggest success at that time.
Historical success, FK Bokelj made in summer 2007, with their promotion to the Montenegrin First League. First game at top-tier, FK Bokelj played on 11 August 2007, against Rudar in Pljevlja (0:0). Best result, FK Bokelj made in the 2015-16 season, finished in fourth-placed team in the First League. With that success, the team gained its first participation in European Competitions (2016–17 UEFA Europa League), with games against Serbian-side FK Vojvodina. Until now, the club from Kotor played five seasons in the highest league competition in Montenegro.

First League Record

For the first time, Bokelj played in the Montenegrin First League in the 2007–08 season. Below is a list of FK Bokelj scores in the First League by every single season.

Season Pos G W D L GF GA
2007–08 10 33 8 8 17 24 38
2011–12 11 33 5 6 22 21 57
2014–15 8 33 11 8 14 38 45
2015–16 4 33 17 5 11 43 28
2016–17 10 33 8 12 13 28 34

FK Bokelj in European competitions

For the first time, FK Bokelj played in European competitions in the 2016–17 season. Until now, they played one season in European cups.

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
2016–17 UEFA Europa League 1Q Serbia Vojvodina 1–1 0–5 1–6

Honours and achievements


Current squad

As of 25 October 2020[2]

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
MF Montenegro MNE Danilo Bakić
DF Montenegro MNE Miloš Banićević
GK Montenegro MNE David Bjelica
MF Montenegro MNE Srđan Boškoviċ
MF Montenegro MNE Vladan Bubanja
FW Montenegro MNE Stefan Čađenović
FW Montenegro MNE Petar Čavor
MF Montenegro MNE Vasilije Čavor
MF Montenegro MNE Aleksandar Čolan
FW Montenegro MNE Boško Guzina
MF Japan JPN Yu Horike
MF Montenegro MNE Slobodan Ivović
DF Montenegro MNE Vojin Jeknić
GK Montenegro MNE Aleksandar Karadžić
MF Montenegro MNE Toni Katelan
MF Montenegro MNE Mitar Kovačević
No. Pos. Nation Player
DF Montenegro MNE Igor Marković
MF Montenegro MNE Ivan Mićunoviċ
FW Montenegro MNE Vuk Milačić
FW Montenegro MNE Stefan Moračanin
DF Montenegro MNE Sreten Peruničić
DF Montenegro MNE Ivan Racković
FW Montenegro MNE David Radević
GK Montenegro MNE Ivan Radović
DF Montenegro MNE Ilija Radulović
DF Montenegro MNE Bogdan Rašo
DF Montenegro MNE Petar Sklender
FW Montenegro MNE Darjan Šušić
DF Montenegro MNE Aleksandar Vlahović
DF Montenegro MNE Đorđe Vukajlović
MF Montenegro MNE Miroslav Zlatičanin
DF Montenegro MNE Nikola Vukotic (on loan from FK Iskra Danilovgrad)
DF Montenegro MNE Marko Bugarin

Notable players

Note: this list includes players that have played at least 100 league games and/or have reached international status.

Historical list of coaches

  • Montenegro Aleksandar Miljenović (2007 - Nov 2007)
  • Montenegro Ivo Donković (26 Nov 2007 - )
  • Montenegro Slobodan Drašković (Jul 2010 - Jun 2012)
  • Montenegro Ratko Stevović (Jul 2012 - Jun 2013)
  • Montenegro Slobodan Drašković (Jul 2013 - Apr 2017)
  • Montenegro Milorad Malovrazić (14 Apr 2017 - Jun 2017)[3]
  • Serbia Marko Vidojević (1 Jul 2017 - 1 Jan 2018)[4]
  • Montenegro Aleksandar Madžar (8 Jan 2018 - Jun 2018)[5]
  • Montenegro Milorad Malovrazić (10 Jul 2018 - 27 Apr 2019)[6]
  • Serbia Dragan Đorđević (30 Apr 2019 - Dec 2019)[7]
  • Montenegro Slavoljub Bubanja (12 Oct 2019 - Jul 2020)[8]
  • Montenegro Zoran Krivokapić (22 Oct 2020 - )[9]


"Beštije" (The Beasts) is the popular name for FK Bokelj supporters group.[10] Established in 1986, they are the oldest ultras group from Montenegro. Except FK Bokelj, they are also attending games of PVK Primorac.


Bokelj's home ground is Stadion pod Vrmcem at the Rakite suburb in Kotor, near the Adriatic coast. Today, stadium has a capacity of about 2,000 seats on one terrace. Except Bokelj's matches, at the stadion pod Vrmcem every year is playing final match of Nikša Bućin Cup, competition for Third League clubs from south Montenegro.
In addition to the main field is an auxiliary field with artificial grass that is used for competitions in the junior categories.


  • Official sponsor: Port of Kotor
  • Official kit supplier: Joma

See also


  1. ^ "Пријављивање на Фејсбук".
  2. ^ Roster - FCSG
  3. ^ Bokelj ima novog trenera: Malovrazić umjesto Draškovića - CDM (in Montenegrin)
  4. ^ Start za viši rang - Dan Online (in Montenegrin)
  5. ^ Madžar na klupi Kotorana - Dan Online (in Montenegrin)
  6. ^ MILORAD MALOVRAZIĆ PONOVO NA KLUPI BOKELJA - Radio Kotor (in Montenegrin)
  7. ^ ĐORĐEVIĆ PREUZEO BOKELJ - Radio Kotor (in Montenegrin)
  8. ^ Bokelj angažovao novog trenera! - CG Fudbal (in Montenegrin)
  9. ^ Drugoligaš dobio novog trenera! - CG Fudbal (in Montenegrin)
  10. ^ "Sansasport".
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