2012â€“13 Montenegrin First League
The Prva Crnogorska League 2012/13 was the seventh season of the highest Montenegrin Football League. The season began on 11 August 2012 and ended on 1 June 2013, the 33rd and final day.
Titleholder is the FK Budućnost Podgorica.
The last place in the preseason FK Bokelj Kotor dismounted in the second highest league, and was replaced by the FK Čelik Nikšić, which the Druga Crnogorska League won 2011/12.
The tenth in the previous year and elfplatzierten clubs FK Decic Tuzi and FK Berane played in the relegation against the second-and third-placed teams FK Jedinstvo Bijelo Polje and FK Mornar Bar the second division. After each one return game Bijelo Polje and Bar stood firm as a participant in the Prva Crnogorska League 2012/13. To take part in the Prva Crnogorska League in the season 2012/ 13, the following clubs in part:
- FK Budućnost Podgorica
- FK Čelik Nikšić
- FK Grbalj Radanovići
- FK Jedinstvo Bijelo Polje
- FK Lovćen Cetinje
- FK Mladost Podgorica
- FK Mogren Budva
- FK Mornar Bar
- OFK Petrovac
- FK Rudar Pljevlja
- FK Sutjeska Nikšić
- FK Zeta Golubovci
The the end of the regular season and tenth- elftplatzierten teams played in a round-trip game against the third - and second-placed teams from the second division. Both Erstligateams managed to avoid relegation.