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Montenegro national rugby union team

Montenegro national rugby team
Union Montenegrin Rugby Union[1]
Nickname(s) "Wolves" (Vukovi)
Coach(es) Marty Lusty (Head Coach)
Captain(s) Boris Mijuskovic
First match
 Montenegro 29-27 Estonia 
(11 April 2015)
Largest win
 Montenegro 29-27 Estonia 
(11 April 2015)
Largest defeat
 Montenegro 3-31 Slovakia 
(14 April 2015)
Official website

The Montenegro national rugby team, known as the Wolves (Vukovi), represents Montenegro in rugby union. The sport of rugby has only come recently to the country since its independence in 2006.[2] The squad plays in red and gold jerseys with red shorts, and their emblem is the double headed eagle while their logo is the wolf. Montenegro are currently in ENC 3 (European Nations Cup 3rd Division) for rugby union, competing for the first time as an independent country.[3]


  • Current squad 1
  • Coaches and assistants 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Current squad

Note: Flags indicate national union as has been defined under World Rugby eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one nationality. Rugby clubs are in brackets.

  • 01 Janko Milović (Arsenal)
  • 02 Budamir Andrić (Lovcen)
  • 03 Luka Lučić (Lovcen)
  • 04 Nikola Vuletić (Niksic)
  • 05 Aleksandar Mečikukić (Mornar)
  • 06 Vladimir Tomović (Mornar)
  • 07 Boris Mijušković Captain (Niksic)
  • 08 Aleksandar Milosavljević (Lovcen)
  • 09 Nikola Jovanović (Arsenal)
  • 10 Srđan Popović (Arsenal)
  • 11 Aleksandar Bulatović (Buducnost)
  • 12 Danilo Adžić (Niksic)
  • 13 Dusan Vučičević (Mornar)
  • 14 Marko Andrić (Lovcen)
  • 15 Boško Mirjacić (Niksic)
  • 16 Miodrag Martinović (Mornar)
  • 17 Dimitrije Čvorović (Niksic)
  • 18 Marko Jaredić (Lovcen)
  • 19 Mirko Garčević (Buducnost)
  • 20 Igor Adžaip (Arsenal)
  • 21 Miloš Kuvelja (Niksic)
  • 22 Aljoša Markinović (Arsenal)
  • 23 Marko Novaković (Niksic)
  • 24 Vladan Čelebić (Lovcen)

Coaches and assistants

Montenegro national team coaches:

  • Marty Lusty (Head Coach & Forwards)
  • Marko Milosavljević (Backline)
  • Mitar Bosković (Strength & Conditioning)
  • Michel Milović (Sevens)

See also


  1. ^ Montenegro becomes a member of European Rugby., Retrieved 23 June 2014.
  2. ^ History. Montenegro Rugby.
  3. ^ 2014-16 European Nations Cup. Rugby Europe, 2014. Retrieved 9 February 2015

External links

  • Montenegro Rugby official site
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