NORTH MACEDONIA

 

 

Teams are listed with their current name (highlighted in yellow) or with the last name before their disappearance (highlighted in green). Any previous name with which the team has participated in European competitions is shown in parentheses.

 

 

MAC01 - FK VARDAR SKOPJE (YUG18)

 

1947 FK Vardar (SSD Podeba + Makedonija) (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); at the 1st level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Telekom Arena; colours: red-black.

 

MAC02 - FK SILEKS KRATOVO

 

1965 FK Sileks (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); at the 1st level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Gradski stadion; colours: red-blue.

 

MAC03 - FK SLOGA JUGOMAGNAT SKOPJE

 

1927 FK Zafer, 1945 FK Sloga, 1989 FK Sloga Jugomagnat, 2012 dissolved (+ FK Albarsa => KF Shkupi) (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); ground: Stadion Čair; colours: blue-white.

 

MAC04 – FK POBEDA PRILEP

 

1941 FK Goče Delčev, 1950 FK Pobeda, 1992 FK Pobeda Vitaminka, 1995 FK Pobeda, 2010 dissolved and re-formed as FK Viktorija, 2010 Pobeda Junior Prilep, 2015 FK Pobeda (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); at the 2nd level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Stadion Goce Delčev; colours: red-white.

 

MAC05 – FK RABOTNIČKI SKOPJE  (FK Rabotnički Kometal Skopje)

 

1937 FK Volga-37, 1945 Rabotnicki (+ Radnicki-38, + Sloboda-40), 1992 FK Rabotnicki Kolelas, 1995 FK Rabotnički, 1998 FK Rabotnički Kometal, 2008 FK Rabotnički (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); at the 1st level in the 2020/21 season; Ground: Telekom Arena; colours: red-white.

 

MAC06 – FK PELISTER BITOLA

 

1945 FK Pelister (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); at the 1st level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Stadion pod Tumbe Kafe; colours: green-white.

 

MAC07 – FK BELASICA STRUMICA  (FK Belasica Geras Cunev Strumica)

 

1922 FK Belasica, 1992 FK Belasica Geras Cunev, 2009 FK Belasitsa (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); at the 1st level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Stadion Mladost; colours: blue-white.

 

MAC08 – FK CEMENTARNICA-55 SKOPJE

 

1955 FCU-55, 1966 FK Cementarnica, 1998 FK Cementarnica-55, 2000 FK Cementarnica, 2003 FK Cementarnica-55, 2006 FK Meridian FCU, 2007 FK Cementarnica-55, at the 4th  level in the 2019/20 season (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); ground: Stadion Cementarnica; colours: red-grey.

 

MAC09 – KF BASHKIMI KUMANOVË

 

1947 KF (Klubi Fotbollistik) Bashkimi (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991), 2008 dissolved; ground: Stadion Bashkimi; colours: black-green.

 

MAC10 – FK MAKEDONIJA ĠORČE PETROV SKOPJE

 

1932 HASK, 19.. FK Rudar, 19.. Industrijalec, 1970 Yugokokta, 1990 FK Makedonija Gorče Petrov, 2010 dissolved, 2011 re-formed as FK Makedonija Gorče Petrov (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); at the 1st  level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Stadion Gorče Petrov; colours: red-yellow.

 

MAC11 – FK MILANO KUMANOVO

 

1990 FK Mergimi, 1991 FK Milano; at the 4th level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Milano Arena; colours: black-red-white.

 

MAC12 – FK RENOVA ČEPČIŠTE TETOVO

 

2002 FK Renova; at the 1st level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Ecolog Arena; colours: red.

 

MAC13 – FK METALURG SKOPJE

 

1964 FK Metalurg, 2017 dissolved (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); ground: Stadion Železarnica; colours: green-black.

 

MAC14 – FK TETEKS TETOVO

 

1953 FK Tekstilets, 1992 Teteks (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); at the 2nd level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Ecolog Arena; colours: white.

 

MAC15 – KF SHKËNDIJA ’79 TETOVË

 

1979 KF Shkëndija ’79 Tetovë (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); at the 1st level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Ecolog Arena; colours: red-black.

 

MAC16 – FK TURNOVO

 

1950 FK Turnovo, 2008 FK (Horizont) Turnovo (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); at the 4th level in the 2019/20 season; ground: Stadion Kukuš; colours: red.

 

MAC17 – KF SHKUPI

 

2012 KF Shkupi (FK Albarsa + FK Sloga Jugomagnat Skopje); at the 1st level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Stadion Čair; colours: blue-white

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MAC18 – FUDBALSKA AKADEMIJA PANDEV STRUMICA

 

2010 Fudbalska Akademija Pandev; at the 1st level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Stadion Kukuš; colours:

blue-white.