FK Ohrid

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GFK Ohrid Lihnidos
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Full nameGradski Fudbalski klub Ohrid Lihnidos
Nickname(s)Рибари (The Fishermen)
Founded1921; 99 years ago (1921)
GroundSRC Biljanini Izvori
Capacity3,000
ChairmanVladimir Aleksijoski
ManagerDragan Bocheski
LeagueMacedonian Second League (West)
2018–19Third League (Southwest), 1st (promoted)

GFK Ohrid Lihnidos (Macedonian: ГФК Охрид Лихнидос) is a football club from the city of Ohrid in North Macedonia. They play in blue and white jerseys at the SRC Biljanini Izvori football complex and its currently competing in the Macedonian Second League (West Division).

History[edit]

The club was created back in the year 1921 under the name OSK Ohrid. It started competing under the name FK Ohrid in 1946 by uniting all the Ohrid football clubs (OSK, FK Ohridski Branovi, FK Jugoslavija, FK Rashanec and FK Gragjanski). They played in the old Macedonian Republic League in 1948 where they finished in 8th place. Perhaps, the most influential person for the rise in popularity of football in Ohrid was Boško Simonović, who was the teams coach at the time.[1]

Ohrid Arena[edit]

Its a football and Athletics venue with capacity of 5000 seats.Its located at SRC Bilyana's Springs in town of Ohrid near by the Ohrids lake bay. It is a venue for football matches of the local clubs and National Athletic Championships.

Supporters[edit]

Ohrid Lihnidos supporters were called Ribari, which means Fishermen.

Honours[edit]

North Macedonia Macedonian Second League:

Socialist Republic of Macedonia Macedonian Republic Cup:

  • Winners (1): 1973

Recent seasons[edit]

Season League Cup
Division P W D L F A Pts Pos
1992–93 2. MFL 38 18 9 11 55 39 44 4th
1993–94 2. MFL West 26 15 5 6 61 19 35 1st ↑ SF
1994–95 1. MFL 30 11 5 14 45 43 38 8th
1995–96 1. MFL 28 8 7 13 29 39 31 13th ↓
1996–97 2. MFL West 29 12 4 13 37 50 40 10th R2
1997–98 2. MFL West 30 10 6 14 47 46 36 12th R1
1998–99 2. MFL West 30 15 5 10 58 32 50 3rd
1999–00 2. MFL West 34 21 3 10 91 43 66 4th R2
2000–01 2. MFL 34 16 5 13 55 51 53 8th R1
2001–02 2. MFL 34 16 2 16 66 78 50 7th R1
2002–03 2. MFL 36 8 1 27 45 100 25 18th ↓ PR
2003–04 3. MFL Southwest ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? PR
2004–05 3. MFL Southwest 26 15 2 9 64 39 47 2nd PR
2005–06 3. MFL Southwest ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? R1
2006–07 3. MFL Southwest ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 1st ↑ PR
2007–08 2. MFL 32 12 5 15 43 53 41 9th PR
2008–09 2. MFL 29 8 6 15 31 50 30 11th R2
2009–10 2. MFL 26 5 1 20 26 52 82(−3) 14th R2
2010–11 2. MFL 26 16 5 5 51 21 53 2nd ↑ R2
2011–12 1. MFL 33 6 8 19 26 62 26 11th ↓ PR
2012–13 2. MFL 30 4 1 25 25 100 7(−6) 16th ↓ R1
2013–14 Did not participated
2014–15
2015–16 OFL Ohrid 18 ? ? ? ? ? 47 1st ↑ PR
2016–17 3. MFL Southwest 26 11 4 11 62 56 37 5th PR
2017–18 3. MFL Southwest 24 9 2 13 59 70 29 10th PR
2018–19 3. MFL Southwest 25 18 4 3 78 23 58 1st ↑

Current squad[edit]

As of 22 February 2020

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 North Macedonia MKD Raif Mirseloski
3 DF North Macedonia MKD Martin Lekoski
4 North Macedonia MKD Slave Markoski
5 DF North Macedonia MKD Aleksandar Vasilev
6 North Macedonia MKD Simon Markoski
7 North Macedonia MKD Vecko Vrencoski
8 MF North Macedonia MKD Aleksandar Gjorgjieski
9 North Macedonia MKD Nikola Sekuloski
11 MF North Macedonia MKD Sherif Rexhepi
12 GK North Macedonia MKD Stefan Tashkoski
17 MF North Macedonia MKD Aleksandar Celeski
18 North Macedonia MKD Mihail Risteski
No. Pos. Nation Player
21 FW North Macedonia MKD Igor Klechkaroski
22 MF North Macedonia MKD Darko Simjanoski
23 MF North Macedonia MKD Romeo Kochoski
24 DF North Macedonia MKD Ljupcho Trpeski
26 North Macedonia MKD Dushan Novichikj
27 DF North Macedonia MKD Naum Veljanoski
28 North Macedonia MKD Simon Markoski
North Macedonia MKD Marko Arsenov
North Macedonia MKD Aleksandar Bakuleski
North Macedonia MKD Kiprijan Petreski
MF North Macedonia MKD Burhan Aliji

References[edit]

  1. ^ "History of FK Ohrid".

External links[edit]