Fudbalski klub Mornar is a Montenegrin football club, based in the coastal town of Bar. They currently compete in the Montenegrin First League. FK Mornar (FC Sailor) was founded on December 1923, as JSK Crnojević. In period until 1941, since the 1924-25 season, the club played for a few seasons in the Montenegrin football championship (former Zeta Banovina), but without any significant success. From 1945, the club participated under several names - Jadran, Obnova and Tempo. First significant success the club made in the 1950 season with promotion to the Montenegrin Republic League. From 1950 to 2006, Mornar played numerous seasons in the Republic League and won three titles (1989, 1995, 2001). In the 1994-95 season, FK Mornar made 'double' on Republic level, by winning both titles - in the Montenegrin Republic League, and the Montenegrin Republic Cup. For the first time, Mornar played in Yugoslav leagues in the 1989-90 season, as a member of the Yugoslav Third Inter-Republic League - West. In the 1995-96 season, Mornar debuted in the Yugoslav Second League, where they spent six seasons until 2006. Historical success Mornar made in summer 2009, with their first promotion to the Montenegrin First League. Until now, the club from Bar played seven seasons in the highest league competition in Montenegro, but without any significant result. On 2018-19 Montenegrin First League, Mornar made an Prva CFL all-time negative record, as they earned only 12 points on 36 games, but with only one single victory during the whole campaign. That year, team from Bar suffered 12 defeats in a row, which is the longest losing streak in the history of Montenegrin top-tier.