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Basketball clubs

Basketball club Partizan




KK Partizan TAU - 07

KK Partizan-Armani Jeans

KK Partizan-KKReal Madrid

BC Partizan is the most successful basketball club in Serbia. During its more than six decades long history, Partizan has won as many as 30 trophies. The “Black and White” players were the state champions fifteen times (1976, 1979, 1981, 1987, 1992, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008), they won the National Cup nine times (1979, 1989, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1999, 2000, 2002 and 2008), three times they won the European Cup Radivoje Korac 1978, 1979, 1989 and they were champions of the Adriatic League twice (2007, 2008).The most significant trophy the club has won is the European Champion trophy at the Final Four of the European Champions Cup in Istanbul in 1992.


KK Partizan -KK Real - Madrid

BC Partizan has grown into the most famous basketball brand from Serbia and team acclaimed both on the European and world levels. Partizan has earned respect not only by winning and constantly participating in the European competitions, but also thanks to a multitude of its players that have worn the jersey of the National team, the squad who has conquered the world earning fame and trophies for our country. No European team has given as much players in the world best league NBA as Partizan did and they have always been the trademark of the country which was multiple European and World basketball champion.
Our club is enduring not only for results but for way of working in the club and club's principles. Developing young players and their talents is something that makes Partizan stand out and be recognizable all over the world.





Basketball club Buducnost

BC Buducnost Podgorica was founded in 1949. The first success came in 1951, when Buducnost took the first place in the First Championships of the Cities. Yugoslav Cup was won for the second time in the season of 1997-98, also in Niksic.

After wins in the National Cup, Buducnost won three successive Yugoslav League Champion Titles. The first came in the season of 1998-99, in which club had significant success in European competition. Buducnost qualified for the Raimondo Saporta Cup semifinals.

Buducnost won its second straight title without a loss (both in the regular season and in the play-offs) - total of 27 wins. In the season of 1999-2000 Buducnost participated in the Euroleague for the first time.

Buducnost won its first "double" in the season of 2000-01.



Basketball club Siroki

KK Buducnost - KK Siroki 2007
KK -Siroki Team 2007
KK Siroki - KK Buducnost 2007

BC Siroki was founded on April 4th 1974 under name “Mladost”. Afterwards, it changed name to “Siroki” and started to achieve noticed results. During years, it became triple champion of Bosnia and Herzegovina and triple champion of the National cup. In the season 2001-2002 it was fifth and in 2002-2003 it was ninth in the regional Goodyear league. It also participated in the prestigious European competitions such as Cup Raimondo Saporta, Cup Radivoje Korac, FIBA Champions Cup and FIBA Euro league.

Basketball club Zagreb

BC Zagreb was founded in 1970 and achieved best result in Croatian championship by winning third place in 1993, 1994, 1998, 2002, 2004, 2005 and 2007. It won first trophy in Croatian championship (today Cup Kresimir Cosic) and after played three more times in final games in 1998, 2006 and 2007. The club participates in European cups since 1992. The best results were achieved in 1993 in Cup Radivoje Korac when played in quarter-final and in 2007 in FIBA Eurocup when also played in quarter-final.


Basketball club Asesoft (Romania)

KK Asesoft -Team 2007

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