Basketball League of Serbia B

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Basketball League of Serbia B
Country  Serbia
Confederation FIBA Europe
Founded 2006; 11 years ago (2006)
First season 2006–07
Number of teams 14
Level on pyramid 2
Promotion to Basketball League of Serbia
Relegation to First Regional Basketball League
Current champions Zlatibor (1st title)
Most championships Jagodina (2 titles)
Website kss.rs

Basketball League of Serbia B (Serbian: Кошаркашка лига Србије Б) is the second-tier professional basketball league in Serbia. It was founded in 2006.

Rules[edit]

Competition format[edit]

The league, operated by the Basketball Federation of Serbia, consists of Basketball league of Serbia B which have 14 teams. For the 2012–13 season, the top two teams in Basketball League of Serbia B will be promoted to Basketball League of Serbia. The teams positioned 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th in Basketball League of Serbia B will be relegated to a lower league – First Regional Basketball League. The best 2 clubs in Basketball League of Serbia B goes to Basketball League of Serbia stage.[1]

Arena standards[edit]

Currently, clubs must have home arenas with capacity of minimum 500 seats.

History[edit]

Season Champion Runner-up Champion's Coach
2006–07 Radnički Invest Novi Sad Vizura
2007–08 Tamiš Petrohemija Metalac Serbia Dragan Nikolić
2008–09 Proleter OKK Beograd
2009–10 Superfund Crnokosa
2010–11 Radnički Belgrade Radnički Basket Belgrade Serbia Dragan Nikolić
2011–12 Jagodina Konstantin Serbia Aleksandar Icić
2012–13 Meridiana Crnokosa Serbia Filip Socek
2013–14 Jagodina Spartak Serbia Aleksandar Icić
2014–15 Mladost Zemun Beovuk 72 Serbia Dragan Nikolić
2015–16 Dynamic BG Dunav Serbia Miroslav Nikolić
2016–17 Zlatibor Vojvodina Serbia Dušan Radović

Current clubs[edit]

Team City Arena Capacity
Smederevo 1953 Smederevo Smederevo Hall 2,800
Konstantin Niš Čair Sports Center 4,000
Plana Velika Plana TSC Velika Plana 1,000
Proleter Naftagas Zrenjanin Medison Hall 3,000
Pirot Pirot Kej Hall Pirot 835
Napredak Bosphorus Aleksinac Sports Hall Aleksinac 1,000
Sloboda Užice Veliki Park Hall 2,200
Mladost SP Smederevska Palanka ES Vuk Karadžić Hall 500
Kolubara LA 2003 Lazarevac Sports Hall Lazarevac 1,700
Radnički 1950 Kragujevac Jezero Hall 3,750
Akademik Srbobran Sports Hall Srbobran 750
Žarkovo Belgrade Sports Hall Žarkovo 800
Klik Arilje Sports Hall Arilje 525
Zdravlje Leskovac SRC Dubočica 3,600

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