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OFK Mladost Lješkopolje

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Ground Capacity  1,200
League  Third League
Location  Podgorica, Montenegro
Manager  Darko Mugoša
2015-16  5th
Ground  Montenegro
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Full name  Omladinski fudbalski klub Mladost Lješkopolje

Omladinski fudbalski klub Mladost Lješkopolje is a football club from Donja Gorica, a suburb of Podgorica, Montenegro. Founded in 1970, the club was reactivated during the 2014.


Early days (1970-1980)

Founded at 1970, OFK Mladost were one of numerous clubs from Podgorica which participated in the lowest competitive level in Montenegro at that time. Club played in Fourth league - Central region. Club represented players from Podgorica region Lješkopolje (suburbs Donja Gorica, Gonja Gorica, Farmaci, Grbavci, Beri etc.). At that time, there was another one club from Lješkopolje region - FK Napredak Donji Kokoti.

First biggest success, OFK Mladost made during the season 1972/73. by winning champions title in Fourth league. That means promotion to the Montenegrin Republic League (Third league in SFR Yugoslavia football system).

OFK Mladost played two seasons in Republic competition. During the season 1973/74, OFK Mladost finished as 11-placed among 16 clubs. Next season, as a last-placed team, OFK Mladost were relegated to the Fourth league.

At the end of seventies, club was dissolved.

Club's score in Montenegrin Republic League seasons:

After the reactivation (2014-)

At 2014, OFK Mladost were reactivated. Club started with players' selection and trainings. During the 2015, club's management made the decision to apply for the Third League season 2015/16.

During August 2015, OFK Mladost started competition at the season 2015/16. They played their first official matches in the Montenegrin Central Region Cup and soon after that started playing in the Third League. After two wins, OFK Mladost went to the final of Central Region Cup, which means qualifying for the Montenegrin Cup for the season 2015/16. In the first leg of national Cup, OFK Mladost won against FK Sloga Bar away (1:0), but at the round of 16, First league member FK Lovćen eliminated them (3:0, 2:3).

OFK Mladost finished their inaugural season in Third League (2015/16) as a fifth club on the table.

Club's score after the reactivation:


  • Montenegrin Fourth League – 1
  • winners (1): 1972-73
  • Central Region Cup – 0
  • runners-up (1): 2015
  • Current squad

    01 - Đorđije Drakulović; 03 - Bogdan Jovićević; 04 - Radovan Bojanović (cap); 06 - Miloš Ćetković; 07 - Stefan Raičković; 08 - Aleksandar Paljević; 09 - Ilija Bojanović; 10 - Marko Burzanović; 11 - Bojan Milić; 12 - Balša Zajić; 15 - Nemanja Bojanović; 16 - Marko Mrvaljević; 17 - Miloš Mirotić; 19 - Slavko Božović; 20 - Mirko Uskoković; 21 - Novak Ćetković.


    At seventies, club played on their own field at Donja Gorica, near the local pond. In their first season after the reactivation, OFK Mladost played home matches in the neighbouring Donji Kokoti.

    On 21 May 2016, a new stadium of OFK Mladost in Donja Gorica is opened. Stadium is built on the place of the old pitch (Old pond), at the bank of Morača river. Capacity of stadium in Donja Gorica is 1,200 places.


    Fudbalski savez Srednje regije / Football Association of Central Region


    OFK Mladost Lješkopolje Wikipedia

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