FK Ohrid

Full name Gradski Fudbalski klub Ohrid
Nickname(s) Рибари (The Fishermen)
Founded 1921 (1921)
Ground SRC Biljanini Izvori
Ground Capacity 3,000
Manager Mitko Stojanoski
League OFS Ohrid

GFK Ohrid Lihnidos (Macedonian: ГФК Охрид Лихнидос) is a football club from the city of Ohrid in the Republic of Macedonia. They playing in blue and white jerseys at the SRC Biljanini Izvori football complex and its currently playing in the OFS Ohrid league.


The club was created back in the year 1921 under the name OSK Ohrid. It started competing under the name FK Ohrid in 1946 by uniting all the Ohrid football clubs (OSK, FK Ohridski Branovi, FK Jugoslavija, FK Rashanec and FK Gragjanski). They played in the old Macedonian Republic League in 1948 where they finished in 8th place. Perhaps, the most influential person for the rise in popularity of football in Ohrid was Boško Simonović, who was the teams coach at the time.[1]


Ohrid Lihnidos supporters were called Ribari, which means Fishermen.


Republic of Macedonia Macedonian Second League:

Socialist Republic of Macedonia Macedonian Republic Cup:


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