KK Vardar

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КК Вардар
KK Vardar
КК ВардарKK Vardar logo
Leagues Macedonian Third League
Founded 1947
Arena SRC Kale
Location Skopje, Macedonia
Team colors Red and Black
         
President Vlado Voinovski
Head coach Boro Daskalovski
Championships 1 Macedonian Basketball Cup
Website none
Uniforms
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Team colours
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Away jersey
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KK Vardar (Macedonian: КК Вардар) is a Macedonian basketball club based in Skopje.

History[edit]

In 1945 first basketball team of Macedonia named KK Makedonija played its first game as official champions of Macedonia. Next year in 1946 they won the championship again for the second time. In the season 1947 the club transformed and joined the newly made Sports Association Vardar same as the Football team FK Makedonija. So the club KK Vardar was founded on July 27, 1947 and changed its name from Makedonija to Vardar.[1]

Name: Vardar Imperal (-04), Vardar 2000 (04-05), Vardar Osiguruvanje (05-07), Vardar 2000 Osiguruvanje (07-09), Vardar 2000 (09-10), Vardar (10-present).

Honours[edit]

Domestic Achievements[edit]

  • Macedonian Champions (2) -1945, 1946
  • Macedonian League Regular Season Champion (2)- 2005
  • Macedonian League Finalist (3)- 2005, 2006
  • Macedonian League Semifinals (3)- 2003, 2004, 2007
  • Macedonian Cup Winners (1) - 2007

Current squad[edit]

KK Vardar
Republic of Macedonia Dejan Lazarevski
Republic of Macedonia Igor Ivanovic
Republic of Macedonia Aleksandro Gjorgioski
Republic of Macedonia Martin Davitkov
Republic of Macedonia Predrag Pajic
Republic of Macedonia Vladimir Gotic
Republic of Macedonia Vojce Levkovski
Republic of Macedonia Darko Kostevski
Republic of Macedonia Filip Kralevski
Republic of Macedonia Vladimir Georgievski
Republic of Macedonia Aleksandar Shterjov
Republic of Macedonia Andrej Biljanovski

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