|Full name||Fudbalski Klub Zeta Golubovci|
|Website||Club home page|
Prior to Montenegrin independence in 2006, the club played in the Yugoslav system. It played in a provincial league in Montenegro from 1962, and entered the Second Federal League in 1996 and the First in 2000.
The club was formed in 1927 as FK Danica. In 1945 it was renamed to FK Napredak. In 1955 it was renamed to FK Zeta.
From the end of World War II until 1962 Zeta competed in the local Titograd municipal area league. That year they finally gained promotion to the provincial league of Montenegro where they played until 1996 when they qualified for competition at federal level in Second Federal League. Also that year, the club was taken over by controversial businessman and former JSO paramilitary Radojica "Rajo" Božović who is still at Zeta's helm. In 2000, the club made its long-awaited final step forward, gaining promotion to the Yugoslav First Federal League.
Though still playing in the dilapidated Trešnjica Stadium, the club has made enormous strides from the days when it was basically a semi-professional side. Zeta finished the 2004-05 season in third place in the First League of Serbia and Montenegro, behind the well-established Belgrade clubs Partizan and Red Star. The result qualified Zeta to the second qualifying round of their first European tournament, the 2005-06 UEFA Cup, where they were defeated 5-2 on aggregate by Bosnian club Široki Brijeg. 
Additionally, Zeta started producing notable young talent like Miloš Marić who transferred to Greek club Olympiacos in the summer of 2004, as well as brothers Bojan and Nenad Brnović, and Branimir Petrović who were all signed by Partizan, and more recently Milanko Rašković and Nikola Trajković who transferred to Red Star Belgrade.
Following Montenegro's independence the club won the inaugural Montenegrin First League in 2006–07 and were the country's first representatives in the UEFA Champions League for 2007–08. After beating FBK Kaunas in the First Qualifying Round they lost against Rangers in the Second Qualifying Round. Their fans are known as the 'Vukovi Zeta'.
Last update: 9 August 2012
|Season||Competition||Round||Country||Club||1st leg||2nd leg||Aggregate|
|2007-08||UEFA Champions League||First qualifying round||FBK Kaunas||3–1||2–3||5–4|
|Second qualifying round||Rangers||0–2||0–1||0–3|
|2005-06||UEFA Cup||Second qualifying round||Široki Brijeg||0-1,||1-4||2-5|
|2008-09||UEFA Cup||First qualifying round||Interblock Ljubljana||1–1,||0–1||1–2|
|2010-11||UEFA Europa League||First qualifying round||FC Dacia Chişinău||1–1||0–0||1–1 (a)|
|2011-12||UEFA Europa League||First qualifying round||FC Spartak Trnava||0–3||2–1||2–4|
|2012-13||UEFA Europa League||First qualifying round||Pyunik Yerevan||3–0||1–2||4–2|
|Second qualifying round||JJK Jyväskylä||2–3||1–0||3–3 (a)|
|Third qualifying round||FK Sarajevo||1–2||1–0||2–2 (a)|
|Play-off round||PSV Eindhoven||0–5||0–9||0–14|
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