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FK Mladost Lučani

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Mladost Lučani
Full nameFK Mladost Lučani
Founded1952; 70 years ago (1952)
GroundStadion FK Mladost
Capacity8,000
PresidentVladimir Đorđević
Head coachDragiša Žunić
LeagueSerbian SuperLiga
2020–21Serbian SuperLiga, 7th of 20
WebsiteClub website

FK Mladost Lučani (Serbian Cyrillic: ФК Младост Лучани) is a professional football club based in Lučani, Serbia. They compete in the Serbian SuperLiga, the top tier of the national league system.

History

Founded in 1952, the club achieved its first notable success by winning the Yugoslav Inter-Republic League (Group East) in 1989, thus earning promotion to the Yugoslav Second League. However, they were relegated after just one season, finishing bottom of the table.[1]

Upon the breakup of Yugoslavia, the club started off in the Second League of FR Yugoslavia. They won first place in 1995 and took promotion to the First League (I/B League). The club spent the following three seasons in the First League (the last two in the I/A League), before suffering relegation in 1998.[2] They earned another promotion to the top flight after winning the Second League (Group West) in 2001, but were narrowly relegated back the next year.[3] Regardless, the club's striker Zoran Đurašković was crowned the competition's top scorer with 27 goals.[4]

After winning the Serbian First League in 2007, the club was promoted to the Serbian SuperLiga. They placed in the middle of the table in their debut appearance, but were forced to withdraw from the competition due to financial issues.[5] Over the next six seasons, the club played in the Serbian First League, the second tier of the national league pyramid. They earned promotion back to the SuperLiga after winning the First League in 2013–14. With a seventh-place finish in its comeback season, the club tied its previous record from the 2007–08 campaign. Moreover, Patrick Friday Eze concluded the season as the league's top scorer with 15 goals.[6]

Led by manager Nenad Milovanović, the club achieved its best ever league standing in the 2016–17 season, finishing in fourth place and securing a spot in European competitions for the first time in history.[7] They were, however, eliminated by Azerbaijani side Inter Baku in the first qualifying round of the 2017–18 UEFA Europa League, losing 5–0 on aggregate.[8] On the domestic stage, the club made another historical success by reaching the final of the 2017–18 Serbian Cup.[9] They eventually lost 2–1 to Partizan after initially leading 1–0.[10]

Honours

Second League of FR Yugoslavia / Serbian First League (Tier 2)

Yugoslav Inter-Republic League / Serbian League West (Tier 3)

  • 1988–89 (Group East) / 2003–04, 2005–06

Seasons

Season League Cup Continental
Division Pld W D L GF GA Pts Pos
 Serbia and Montenegro
1995–96 1 – I/B 18 8 5 5 26 20 29 3rd Round of 16
1 – I/A 18 8 2 8 24 27 32 5th
1996–97 1 – I/A 33 12 5 16 45 59 41 8th Quarter-finals
1997–98 1 – I/A 33 9 3 21 25 54 30 12th Round of 32
1998–99 2 – West 21[a] 9 2 10 21 27 29 10th Round of 16
1999–2000 2 – West 34 23 6 5 70 26 70[b] 2nd
2000–01 2 – West 34 24 6 4 81 27 78 1st Round of 32
2001–02 1 34 12 6 16 42 42 42 15th
2002–03 2 – West 33 8 11 14 35 43 35 9th Round of 16
2003–04 3 – West 34 24 5 5 91 31 77 1st
2004–05 2 – Serbia 38 7 5 26 27 60 26 20th
2005–06 3 – West 34 27 5 2 86 14 86 1st Round of 32
 Serbia
2006–07 2 38 24 10 4 49 19 82 1st
2007–08 1 33 8 14 11 32 41 38 7th[c] Round of 32
2008–09 2 34 10 8 16 25 43 38 14th Round of 32
2009–10 2 34 9 15 10 33 31 42 14th Round of 16
2010–11 2 34 11 12 11 29 32 45 9th Preliminary round
2011–12 2 34 13 14 7 42 27 53 3rd Round of 32
2012–13 2 34 10 13 11 31 35 43 9th Round of 32
2013–14 2 30 18 6 6 42 20 60 1st Round of 32
2014–15 1 30 11 7 12 41 47 40 7th Round of 32
2015–16 1 37 11 14 12 34 44 31 9th Round of 32
2016–17 1 37 18 6 13 46 44 36 4th Quarter-finals
2017–18 1 37 11 11 15 44 52 27 10th Runners-up Europa League – First qualifying round
2018–19 1 37 16 9 12 49 37 34 5th Semi-finals
2019–20 1 30[d] 13 4 13 31 40 43 9th Quarter-finals
2020–21 1 38 15 9 14 43 59 54 7th Round of 16
Notes
  1. ^ The season was cut short due to the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia.
  2. ^ The club was docked five points.
  3. ^ The club withdrew from the league due to financial problems.
  4. ^ The season was shortened due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Serbia.

European record

Season Competition Round Opponent Score Aggregate
2017–18 Europa League First qualifying round Azerbaijan Inter Baku 0–3 (H), 0–2 (A) 0–5

Players

First-team squad

As of 21 January 2022[11]

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK Serbia SRB Bogdan Matijašević
3 DF Serbia SRB Vukašin Marković
4 DF Serbia SRB Ivan Milošević (captain)
6 DF Serbia SRB Stefan Maksimović
7 FW Serbia SRB Saša Jovanović
8 MF Montenegro MNE Janko Tumbasević
9 FW Serbia SRB Nemanja Kos
10 FW Serbia SRB Nemanja Ivanović
11 MF Serbia SRB Veljko Kijevčanin
12 MF Serbia SRB Đorđe Babić
14 MF Serbia SRB Nikola Jojić
15 DF Serbia SRB Zarija Lambulić
16 DF Serbia SRB Nemanja Mićević
17 MF Cameroon CMR Regis Baha
18 DF Serbia SRB Nemanja Žunić
19 MF Serbia SRB Marko Stanić
21 GK Serbia SRB Ivan Kostić
22 GK Serbia SRB David Rosić
23 GK Montenegro MNE Maksim Milović
24 MF Serbia SRB Ognjen Milanović
No. Pos. Nation Player
25 MF Serbia SRB Nenad Perović
26 MF Serbia SRB Đorđe Jakovljević
27 MF Serbia SRB Vladimir Radivojević
28 MF Serbia SRB Vasilije Đerković
29 DF Serbia SRB Miloš Cvetković
30 MF Serbia SRB Đorđe Gordić
32 DF Bosnia and Herzegovina BIH Ante Hrkać
33 MF Serbia SRB Lazar Selenić
34 DF Serbia SRB Veljko Vlašković
35 DF Serbia SRB Nikola Leković
36 MF Serbia SRB Marko Veličković
39 MF Serbia SRB Strahinja Stojanović
40 MF Serbia SRB Jovan Mitrović
44 DF Serbia SRB Bogdan Milošević
50 MF Serbia SRB Nemanja Obradović
70 MF Serbia SRB Filip Žunić
80 GK Serbia SRB Željko Samčović
88 FW Serbia SRB Milan Bojović
93 DF Serbia SRB Igor Radovanović
99 MF North Macedonia MKD Zoran Danoski

Notable players

This is a list of players who have played at full international level.[12]

For a list of all FK Mladost Lučani players with a Wikipedia article, see Category:FK Mladost Lučani players.

Managerial history

References

  1. ^ "SISTEM TAKMIČENJA U JUGOSLAVIJI 1988.-1991" (in Serbian). fsgzrenjanin.com. Retrieved 5 June 2015.
  2. ^ "RAT, RASPAD SFR JUGOSLAVIJE, SANKCIJE" (in Serbian). fsgzrenjanin.com. Retrieved 5 June 2015.
  3. ^ "Mladost ispala" (in Serbian). glas-javnosti.rs. 6 June 2002. Retrieved 2 April 2014.
  4. ^ "Partizan novi šampion" (in Serbian). glas-javnosti.rs. 6 June 2002. Retrieved 2 April 2014.
  5. ^ "Mladost iz Lučana istupila iz lige" (in Serbian). b92.net. 2 July 2008. Retrieved 5 June 2015.
  6. ^ "CRVENA ZVEZDA – MLADOST 3:1 (2:1)" (in Serbian). fkmladostlucani.com. 25 May 2015. Retrieved 5 June 2015.
  7. ^ "Mladost: Ispunjeni uslovi za evro licencu, hvala Đoriću" (in Serbian). sportklub.rs. 18 May 2017. Retrieved 23 July 2019.
  8. ^ "Voša nije uspela, novi poraz Mladosti" (in Serbian). rts.rs. 6 July 2017. Retrieved 23 July 2019.
  9. ^ "Istorija u Lučanima: Neško i Mladost pojeli Mačvu i čekirali finale! (VIDEO)" (in Serbian). mozzartsport.com. 9 May 2018. Retrieved 23 July 2019.
  10. ^ "Partizan nakon preokreta osvojio Kup" (in Serbian). rts.rs. 23 May 2018. Retrieved 23 July 2019.
  11. ^ "MLADOST" (in Serbian). superliga.rs. Retrieved 21 May 2021.
  12. ^ "Mladost Lučani". national-football-teams.com. Retrieved 9 February 2017.
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