Between 1992 and 1930 the regional FA based in Split organised a (third level) regional championship (Prvijenstvo Zetske i Primorske banovine); between 1930 and 1940, the regional FA based in Cetinje organised a second level tournament (Prvijenstvo Cetinjskog nogometnog podsaveza). In 1925 and between 1927 and 1933, two competitions were organised each year, in spring and in fall.
Prvijenstvo Zetske i Primorske banovine 1922 SK Crnogorac Cetinje 3-0 FK Lovćen Cetinje 1923 SK Crnogorac Cetinje 5-1 FK Bokelj Kotor 1924 SK Crnogorac Cetinje 3-0 FK Bokelj Kotor 1925 Sp FK Lovćen Cetinje 2-1 FK Bokelj Kotor 1925 Fa FK Lovćen Cetinje 3-0 GSK Balšić Podgorica 1926 GSK Balšić Podgorica 2-1 SK Crnogorac Cetinje 1927 Sp FK Lovćen Cetinje bt GSK Balšić Podgorica 1927 Fa GSK Balšić Podgorica 2-1 SK Crnogorac Cetinje 1928 Sp SK Crnogorac Cetinje 4-3 0-0 FK Bokelj Kotor 1928 Fa FK Lovćen Cetinje 3-0 Berane 1929 Sp GSK Balšić Podgorica 2-0 FK Arsenal Tivat 1929 Fa SK Crnogorac Cetinje 2-1 FK Sutjeska Nikšić 1930 Sp GSK Balšić Podgorica 3-0 FK Arsenal Tivat 1930 Fa GSK Balšić Podgorica 1-0 FK Arsenal Tivat Prvijenstvo Cetinjskog nogometnog podsaveza 1931 Sp SK Crnogorac Cetinje 2-1 SK Obilić Nikšić 1931 Fa SK Crnogorac Cetinje 2-1 FK Budućnost Podgorica 1932 Sp SK Crnogorac Cetinje 8-3 SK Obilić Nikšić 1932 Fa FK Budućnost Podgorica 6-3 FK Lovćen Cetinje 1933 Sp FK Budućnost Podgorica 2-0 2-2 FK Lovćen Cetinje 1933 Fa FK Budućnost Podgorica 1-0 1-1 FK Lovćen Cetinje 1934 FK Budućnost Podgorica 2-0 1-1 FK Lovćen Cetinje 1935 FK Lovćen Cetinje 2-1 FK Budućnost Podgorica 1936 SK Crnogorac Cetinje 1937 FK Arsenal Tivat 1938 SK Crnogorac Cetinje 1939 GSK Balšić Podgorica 1940 GSK Balšić Podgorica
Note that prior to independence, regional championships were played (without the participation of top level clubs in Yugoslavia c.q. Serbia and Montenegro), e.g. at the end of 1992.
2006/07 Zeta (Golubovci) 2007/08 Budućnost (Podgorica) 2008/09 Mogren (Budva) 2009/10 Rudar (Pljevlja) 2010/11 Mogren (Budva) 2011/12 Budućnost (Podgorica) 2012/13 Sutjeska (Nikšić) 2013/14 Sutjeska (Nikšić) 2014/15 Rudar (Pljevlja) 2015/16 Mladost (Podgorica) 2016/17 Budućnost (Podgorica) 2017/18 Sutjeska (Nikšić) 2018/19 Number of Titles (12) 3 Budućnost (Podgorica) Sutjeska (Nikšić) 2 Mogren (Budva) Rudar (Pljevlja) 1 Mladost (Podgorica) Zeta (Golubovci)
Source for 1922-1940: wikipedia
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