|Full name||Fudbalski klub Gusinje|
|Ground||City Stadium, |
Football club in Gusinje is founded at 1933, under the name Sokolsko društvo Gusinje. At that time, team didn't play any official games.
In 1946, team started to play under the name FK Partizan Gusinje. For the first time, they participated in official competition at 1969, as a member of Montenegrin Fourth League - North. In season 1984-85, for the first time in their history, FK Partizan won the title of Fourth League winner and gained their first ever promotion to Montenegrin Republic League, where they spent only single season.
Era of successes came during the nineties. On season 1993-94, FK Partizan won their second Fourth League title and made a comeback to Republic championship. They spent 13 consecutive seasons in Republic League, and during the 1996 club started to play under the new name - FK Gusinje. Best result at that time, team made on season 2004-05, finishing as a runner-up in Montenegrin Republic League.
Following Montenegrin independence, FK Gusinje became a member of Montenegrin Second League. After two seasons, they were relegated to Montenegrin Third League. New promotion to Second League, FK Gusinje made after the season 2008-09, but only for one year. Since 2010, until today, FK Gusinje is member of Montenegrin Third League.
Honours and achievements
- Montenegrin Republic League – 0
- runner-up (1): 2004-05
- Montenegrin Fourth League – 2
- winners (2): 1984-85, 1993–94
- Montenegrin Third League – 1
- winners (1): 2008-09
- City Stadium (Gusinje)
- Montenegrin Third League
- Montenegrin clubs in Yugoslav football competitions (1946–2006)
- Crnogorski klubovi u fudbalskim takmičenjima 1946-2016', Podgorica, 2016.