The club was founded in 1925. In 1946 it becomes the only first league Montenegrin club. It's colours are blue and white. Its biggest successes on the national level came during SFRY in 1965 and 1977 when it played the Yugoslav Cup finals. The best players that have come from Budućnost were Predrag Mijatović, Dejan Savićević and Branko Brnović that achieved extraordinary careers throughout the 1990s. Buducnost played in RAPAN cup twice, in 1981, when they were first in their group, and 1985. They also played in Balkans Cup final where they lost to FC Inter Sibiu, after they elliminated Galatasaray S.K. in previous round. In 2005, Budućnost played in the Intertoto Cup, against Fc Valleta and Deportivo La Coruña. In 2007 Budućnost played in the UEFA Cup against NK Hajduk Split.
Note that Budućnost Podgorica is also the big name of a basketball, handball and a volleyball teams. Its supporters, Varvari, are the best known organized supporter group in Montenegro. In 2008 FK Buducnost won the league title.
|1994/95.||First 'B' league||1|
|1995/96.||First 'B' league||4|
|2005/06||Intertoto Cup||1 round||FC Valletta||2-2, 5-0|
|2 round||Deportivo de La Coruña||0-3, 2-1|
|2007/08||Uefa Cup||1 round qu.||Hajduk Split||1-1, 0-1|
|2008/09||Champions League||1 round qu.||Tampere United||1-2, 1-1|
Buducnost fans are known as Varvari (Barbarians). The group's traditional colours are blue and white, which are also the colours of all the Budućnost sports clubs. For FK Budućnost Podgorica home games, Varvari stand in northern stand (Sjever) of the Podgorica city stadium. They also have a reserved stand at the Morača Sports Center, as supporters of Budućnost basketball club. However, since the early 2000s they have boycotted basketball team matches, because of a dispute with the clubs management. Varvari tifo at a Montenegrin First League home match Varvari tifo at a Montenegrin First League home match
In the late 1980s and early 1990s, Varvari maintained close links with Red Star Belgrade supporters group, Delije. This was seen as a natural extension of the historical and cultural closeness of Montenegro and Serbia, as well as the two republics continuing as part of the same country after the final breakup of SFR Yugoslavia in 1992. However, this Delije-Varvari special relationship changed towards the late 1990s as the relations of Montenegrin and Serbian political leaders within the country became more strained.
During this time Vervari mostly stay away from openly supporting the Montenegrin regime. The focal point for the group during the late 1990s was the basketball club, which started investing heavily while the football club toiled in the lower half of the table. This changed in 2000 when Varvari became embroiled in a row with the basketball club's management. Varvari have since then boycotted the basketball club's matches.
Montenegro Champion 2: 1946, 2008.
Yugoslav Cup Runners Upp 2: 1965, 77.
Yugoslav First 'B' league Winners (Div 2) 1: 1994/95.
Serbia & Montenegro second league Winners (Div 2) 1: 2003.
Rapan Cup/Intertoto Cup (UEFA 4-rth Cup) 2: 1981, 85.
FK Budućnost plays its home games at Stadion Pod Goricom, in Podgorica.Stadion Pod Goricom, with 17,000 seats, is also the largest football stadium in Montenegro and a home ground for Montenegro national football team.
Through the history, stadium once completely burned (during the 1950s). Unforgettable matches played at the Stadion pod Goricom are: