Basketball Federation of Serbia

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Basketball Federation of Serbia
Basketball Federation of Serbia logo.svg
Sport Basketball
Jurisdiction Serbia
Abbreviation KSS
Founded 12 December 1948; 68 years ago (1948-12-12) (as Basketball Federation of Yugoslavia)
Affiliation FIBA
Affiliation date 2006
Regional affiliation FIBA Europe
Headquarters Belgrade
President Predrag Danilović
Vice president Igor Rakočević
Ana Joković
Dušan Projović
Director Vladimir Kuzmanović
Secretary Dejan Tomašević
Men's coach Aleksandar Đorđević
Women's coach Stevan Karadžić
Official website
www.kss.rs
Serbia

The Basketball Federation of Serbia (Serbian: Кошаркашки савез Србије, Košarkaški savez Srbije) is the governing body for basketball in Serbia. It is founded in 1948 as the Basketball Federation of Yugoslavia (KSJ).

The Federation runs the men's national team and the women's national team.

Managing board[edit]

According to the The Federation Statute, the Managing Board is constituted by the representatives elected through a semi-mandatory system. This means that a half of the executive body members is appointed by the President and the remaining four will be elected by The Federation Assembly. The Managing Board members are elected on four-year mandate.[1]

Position Department/Region Name
President Predrag Danilović
Vice-Presidents Men’s Basketball Igor Rakočević
Women’s Basketball Ana Joković
Competitions Dušan Projović
Marketing and Finance Vacant
Representatives of
the Regional Associations
Belgrade Dejan Dimitrijević
Vojvodina Darko Karan
Central Serbia Dušan Đurić
East Serbia Uroš Parlić

Major competitions[edit]

Competitions Men Women
Regional League ABA League WABA League
National League, 1st tier Basketball League of Serbia First Women's Basketball League of Serbia
National Cup Radivoj Korać Cup Milan Ciga Vasojević Cup

Current champions[edit]

Note: These lists are correct through the end of the 2015–16 seasons.

Competitions Men Women
Adriatic League Crvena zvezda (2015–16) Montenegro Budućnost Bemax (2015–16)
National League Crvena zvezda (2015–16) Radivoj Korać (2015–16)
National Cup Mega Leks (2015–16) Crvena zvezda (2016)

Hall of Fame Inductees[edit]

List of presidents[edit]

Kosovo issue[edit]

After Kosovo was admitted to FIBA they announced they would seek to ban Serbia/Kosovo games.[2] Serbia does not formally recognize Kosovo as an independent nation.

References[edit]

External links[edit]