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OFK Grbalj

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OFK Grbalj
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Full nameOmladinski fudbalski klub Grbalj
Nickname(s)Trikolori (The Tricolors)
Founded1995; 27 years ago (1995)
GroundStadion Donja Sutvara,
Radanovići, Kotor
Capacity1,500
ChairmanNenad Maslovar
ManagerViktor Trenevski
LeagueMontenegrin Second League
2020–21Montenegrin Second League, 8th
WebsiteClub website

Omladinski fudbalski klub Grbalj Serbo-Croatian pronunciation: [gr-b-a-lj] is a Montenegrin football club based in the small town of Radanovići, municipality of Kotor. They currently compete in the Montenegrin Second League.

History

The first football club in Radanovići, which existed only few seasons, was founded in 1970. After many years, the club was refounded in June 1995[1] and in their first season the team gained promotion to the Montenegrin Republic League for the 1996-97 season (third tier of the FR Yugoslavia football system). After only three seasons in the Republic League, in the summer of 1999, OFK Grbalj (OFC Humpback) became a member of the FR Yugoslavia Second League, which was the biggest success of the team until 2006.[2] OFK Grbalj spent four seasons in the Second Yugoslav League.
After Montenegrin independence, OFK Grbalj became a member of the Montenegrin First League. In the 2006-07 season, the team achieved third place, just behind the two of the most successful teams in national competitions, Zeta and Budućnost Podgorica. Over the next two seasons, OFK Grbalj finished as a fourth-placed team. During subsequent seasons, the team didn't achieve the same successes as in their first seasons in top-tier competition, but they were never relegated from the First League.
OFK Grbalj holds two all-time records in the Montenegrin First League. On 29 May 2010 they defeated Kom 11-0, which is the biggest margin of victory in the history of league. Five years later, on 23 May 2015, OFK Grbalj beat Mornar in Bar 7-0, which is the biggest away victory in league.
In the 2016-17 season, OFK Grbalj had the greatest success in their history by reaching the Montenegrin Cup final. They lost game against Sutjeska 1-0.
After 14 consecutive seasons in top-tier, OFK Grbalj finished as a last-placed team in 2019-20 Montenegrin First League. After the campaign full of disappointing results, team from Radanovići was relegated to Montenegrin Second League.

First League Record

For the first time, OFK Grbalj played in Montenegrin First League on season 2006–07. Below is a list of OFK Grbalj scores in First League by every single season.

Season Pos G W D L GF GA
2006–07 3 33 14 7 12 37 30
2007–08 4 33 14 13 6 40 25
2008–09 4 33 15 5 13 47 34
2009–10 5 33 15 8 10 66 42
2010–11 7 33 10 8 15 30 35
2011–12 9 33 9 7 17 28 49
2012–13 4 33 13 12 8 41 21
2013–14 7 33 11 10 12 36 40
2014–15 5 33 15 7 11 52 44
2015–16 7 33 11 5 17 38 49
2016–17 7 33 11 13 9 28 25
2017–18 4 36 12 14 10 39 39
2018–19 6 36 11 15 10 45 36
2019–20 10 31 4 10 17 23 49

OFK Grbalj in European competitions

For the first time, OFK Grbalj played in European competitions on season 2007-08.
They were first team from Montenegrin coastal region which played in UEFA competitions. Until now, OFK Grbalj played two seasons in European cups.

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
2007 UEFA Intertoto Cup 1R Romania Gloria Bistrița 1–1 1–2 2–3
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2008 UEFA Intertoto Cup 1R Bosnia and Herzegovina Čelik Zenica 2–1 2–3 4–4
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2R Turkey Sivasspor 2–2 0–1 2–3
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Honours

Players

Current squad

As of 6 March 2022[3]

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 Miloš Vučetić
DF Montenegro MNE Nemanja Rozgaja
18 FW Nigeria NGA Gideon Kadiri
DF Serbia SRB Marko Dedijer
GK Montenegro MNE Dragan Ćetković
GK Montenegro MNE Jovan Perović
DF Montenegro MNE Blažo Rajović
No. Pos. Nation Player
DF Montenegro MNE Mladen Vučić
DF Serbia SRB Siniša Mladenović
FW Montenegro MNE Slobodan Babić
GK Montenegro MNE Eldin Bečić
MF Montenegro MNE Filip Kalačević
11 FW Montenegro MNE Nikola Stanišić
7 MF Montenegro MNE Nemanja Tmušić
FW Montenegro MNE Vuk Ćosić
MF Montenegro MNE Žarko Vilontijević
5 MF Montenegro MNE Andrej Vraneš
MF Montenegro MNE Miloš Vučetić
19 DF Montenegro MNE Nenad Vujović
MF Montenegro MNE Balša Radović

Notable players

For the list of former and current players with Wikipedia article, please see Category:OFK Grbalj players.

Historical list of coaches

  • Montenegro Ivo Donković (2006 - Nov 2006)
  • Montenegro Zoran Lemajić (5 Nov 2006 - Jan 2007)
  • Montenegro Dragan Pican (15 Jan 2007 - Jun 2007)
  • Montenegro Dragan Aničić (Jul 2007 - Oct 2007)
  • Montenegro Nebojša Vignjević (22 Oct 2007 - May 2009)
  • Montenegro Nenad Maslovar (6 May 2009 - Jun 2009)
  • Montenegro Saša Petrović (Jul 2009 - Nov 2010)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Zvezdan Milošević (9 Nov 2010 - Mar 2011)
  • Montenegro Dragan Radojičić (12 Mar 2011 - Jun 2011)
  • Montenegro Zoran Tripković (Jul 2011 - Jan 2012)
  • Montenegro Aleksandar Nedović (22 Jan 2012 - Jun 2014)
  • Serbia Marko Vidojević (Jul 2014 - Mar 15)
  • Montenegro Ilija Radović (5 Mar 2015 - Jun 2015)
  • Montenegro Bogdan Korak (Jul 2015 - Aug 2015)
  • Montenegro Dušan Vlaisavljević (1 Sep 2015 - Dec 2015)
  • Montenegro Dragoljub Đuretić (1 Jan 2016 - Jun 2017)
  • Montenegro Dragan Radojičić (Jun 2017 - Dec 2017)
  • Serbia Zoran Govedarica (Jan 2018 - Jun 18)
  • Montenegro Veselin Stešević (Jun 2018 - Apr 2019)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Zvezdan Milošević (May 2019 - Jun 2019)
  • Montenegro Dušan Vlaisavljević (Jun 2019 - Oct 2019)[4]
  • Serbia Marko Vidojević (Oct 2019 - Jul 2020)[5]
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Derviš Hadžiosmanović (Nov 2020 - Jul 2021 )
  • North Macedonia Viktor Trenevski (Jul 2021 - )

Stadium

OFK Grbalj play at Stadion Donja Sutvara, near the main road between Budva and Kotor. Stadium capacity is 1,500 seats on one stand and it doesn't meet UEFA standards for European competitions. Except the main ground, there is a smaller artificial pitch at Donja Sutvara football complex.

Sponsors

  • Official sponsor: Carinvest
  • Official kit supplier: Givova

See also

References

  1. ^ "Loker Cirebon - Info Loker Lowongan Kerja Cirebon Terbaru Hari Ini".
  2. ^ "Loker Cirebon - Info Loker Lowongan Kerja Cirebon Terbaru Hari Ini".
  3. ^ Roster - FCSG
  4. ^ Duško Vlaisavljević ima novi posao - CG Fudbal (in Montenegrin)
  5. ^ 1.CFL: Grbalj sa novim trenerom „napada“ Podgoricu - CG Fudbal (in Montenegrin)
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