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Fudbalski Klub Budu’nost Podgorica (Montenegrin Cyrillic: “Fudbalski Klub Budu’nost”) is a Montenegrin football club from Podgorica, Montenegro. The colors are blue and white.
Founded in 1925, ebudunost was the Montenegrin club with the most stakes in the Yugoslav First League. Due to the renaming of the city during the communist rule in Yugoslavia Budu’nost was known during this time as Budu’nost Titograd. Since the independence of Montenegrin in 2006, the club won three Montenegrin first league titles and a Montenegrin Cup. They are the Montenegrin club with the most games and seasons in European competitions and won the 1981 UEFA Intertoto Cup.
The team produced many top European players, including the UEFA Champions League victorious strikers Dejan Saviévié and Predrag Mijatovic.
FK Budu’nost is part of the sports club Budu’nost Podgorica.
FK Budućnost training center
Since 2008, FK Budu’nost has moved into its own training center at Camp FSCG,  in the town of Emosvko polje, a plain on the outskirts of Podgorica, between the settlements of Stari Aerodrom and Konik.
FK Büdunost has an administrative building with offices, meeting rooms, press room and technical facilities, as well as two football fields in its 18,000 m2 training center. Both pitches have grandstands with a capacity of 1,000 seats. All the young teams of FK Büdusnost and FK Budu’nost also play in these home courses.
In November 2016, the senior team of FK Büdu’nost played for the first time an official game in the training center. In the Montenegrin Cup match they received fk Kom.