KK EuroNickel 2005
|Leagues||Macedonian First League|
|Arena||Jasmin Sports Hall|
|Location||Kavadarci, North Macedonia|
|Team colors||Blue, Orange, White|
|Head coach||Goran Samardziev|
|Championships||3 Macedonian Championships |
2 Macedonian Cups
KK EuroNickel 2005 (Macedonian: КК ЕуроНикел 2005) is a professional basketball club based in Kavadarci, North Macedonia named for the local ferronickel smelter operator EuroNickel. They currently play in the Macedonian First League. KK EuroNickel 2005 is the first ever Macedonian club to win an international trophy in basketball, they won the 2010-11 EUROHOLD Balkan League.
The club was founded on 11 January 1970.
Name: Tikveš (until 1995), Alumni Dekom Tikveš (1995-1997), Orka Sport (1997-1999), Tikveš (1999-2002), Feni Industries (2005-2019), EuroNickel 2005 (2019–present).
The team was taken under the leadership of the local FErro-NIckel mining company "Feni Industries AD" in 2005, while the smelter was under the control of Beny Steinmetz.
Since 2008, KK Feni has organized the international basketball tournament “Dimitar Gjorgjiev", in Kavadarci.
In 2019, due to the difficulties of Steinmetz and because of the uncertain economic climate for the smelter's output, the company faced court-ordered administration. The result of this process was the sale of the smelter to an organization called Euronickel, who also took on the sponsorship of the basketball team.
Jasmin Arena (Macedonian: " Јасмин") is a multi-purpose indoor sports arena located in Kavadarci, North Macedonia and seats 2,500 spectators.
The arena is used for basketball by KK Feni Industries. In May 2011, it hosted the Final Four of the Balkan International Basketball League.
Domestic Achievements 
- Macedonian Republic League Champion - 1985
- Macedonian League Champion - 2008, 2010, 2011
- Macedonian League Finalist - 2009, 2012
- Macedonian Cup Winner - 2008, 2010
- Macedonian Cup Finalist - 1997 (Tikveš), 1998 (Orka Sport), 2012, 2017
European Achievements 
- EUROHOLD Balkan League Champion - 2011
- EUROHOLD Balkan League Final Four - 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
|KK EuroNickel 2005 roster|
|Pos.||Starting 5||Bench 1||Bench 2||Bench 3|
|C||Robert Rikić||Milan Milkov|
|PF||Danilo Mijatović||Marko Perović||Blagoj Dimitriev|
|SF||Nikola Karakolev||Ranko Mamuzić||Todor Zlatev|
|SG||Darko Sokolov||Ilija Kolev||Petar Kocev|
|PG||Jackson Dubinski||Jane Petrovski|
- "KK Feni Industries makes history".
- KK Тиквеш формирање - 11 јануари 1970 година
- Moggridge, Matthew (2 December 2019). "Euronickel Industries completes $100 Million investment and second furnace restart". Steel Times International.
- KK Feni Industries