KK MZT Skopje
|Nickname||Штркови (The Storks)
Металци (The Metalworkers)
|Leagues||ABA League Second Division
|Founded||9 March 1966|
|Arena||Jane Sandanski Arena|
|Team colors||Blue and White
|Team manager||Toni Grnčarov|
|Head coach||Željko Lukajić|
|Team captain||Damjan Stojanovski|
|Championships||6 Championships of Macedonia
9 Macedonian Cups
3 Macedonian Super Cups
KK MZT Skopje Aerodrom (Macedonian: КК МЗТ Скопје Аеродром) is a basketball club based in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. The club competes in the Macedonian First League and ABA League Second Division. The club's home ground is Jane Sandanski Arena, but due to small capacity, the matches in the Adriatic League and Eurocup between 2012 and 2014 were played in Boris Trajkovski Arena. Since the 2014–15 season, all matches are held in the renovated Jane Sandanski Arena.
- 1 History
- 2 Name through history
- 3 Honours
- 4 Winning seasons
- 5 Arena
- 6 Current roster
- 7 Management
- 8 Notable players
- 9 Head coaches
- 10 The eternal basketball derby
- 11 MZT Skopje in European Competitions
- 12 MZT Skopje in ABA League
- 13 Seasons
- 14 Supporters
- 15 References
- 16 External links
The beginnings (1966–1990)
KK Skopje was formed in 1966 by a group of enthusiasts, led by the first president of the club, Mile Melovski. The interest in basketball was high, and even though there were four clubs in Skopje, there was still need for more clubs. Soon after the club's establishment, a number of young players joined the club and started training on an open field in Avtokomanda. The first team roster consisted of Trpezanovski, Atanasovski, Strezovski, Lazarevski, and Domlevski, who was also the team coach. Two years later, the club became a member of the Macedonian League. In 1971, Uroš Maljković was chosen to be the new president of the club, with Boris Sokolovski becoming the new head coach. After the reorganization of the leagues in Yugoslavia, KK Skopje gained the right to play in the Second League – South. In the first season in this league, KK Skopje finished seventh. In the second season, the team reached the First League qualifications. KK Skopje lost and due to leaving the field in Ivangrad, received a penalty of eight points for the next season.
KK Skopje got relegated again to the regional league and Taki Dzikov was selected to be the head coach. In 1979, the team finished first in the Macedonian League and gained promotion for the Second Yugoslav League yet again. With this success, the factory Metalski Zavod Tito, or MZT, started investing in KK Skopje. Slobodan Mucunski, one of the leading people of MZT, became the president of the club. In 1984, MZT completely took the club under their wing, building the new Jane Sandanski Arena in Aerodrom. In 1986, KK Skopje, under the new name MZT Skopje and the leadership of Lazar Lečić, reached the Yugoslav First Basketball League where they competed for two seasons.
The team debuted in the Yugoslav First Basketball League in the 1986–87 season with coach Lazar Lečić, who was previously head of their "eternal rivals" Rabotnički. At that period, the most prominent individuals were Vlatko Vladičevski with an average of 16,4 points, Vojislav Zivčević with 15,6 points, and Darko Knežević with 14,5 points. There was also significant contribution by the former player of Partizan, Milan Medić, and the former player of Crvena zvezda, Aleksandar Milivojša. In the fourth final of the play-off, Cibona eliminated MZT in two games.
Independence of Macedonia (1991–2008)
After the independence of Macedonia, MZT Skopje immediately became one of the leading basketball clubs in the country. In the mid-1990s, MZT Skopje had a few successful runs in the European competitions, the most memorable being the 1996–97 season when the team played in the Raimundo Saporta Cup. In this period, MZT was led by coach Aleksandar Knjazev, and the team defeated Real Madrid, Benfica, and Ratiopharm, and has therefore qualified for the 1/16 finals, without losing one match at home in Jane Sandanski Arena.
The draw allocated that MZT Skopje were to play Porto, with the first match to be played at home. The home form continued when MZT Skopje managed to defeat Porto in Jane Sandanski. But the win was not enough, as Porto won at home by a bigger margin, ending MZT Skopje European season. In the Macedonian National championship, MZT was eliminated by Žito Vardar in the semifinal. In the next few seasons, MZT Skopje had a marginal role in the European cups, playing against teams like Žalgiris, ASVEL, Cholet, Split, and others.
In the domestic league, MZT Skopje had a few tries to get to the championship trophy, playing in the play-off finals six times, but the team did not manage to win the championship in this period. However, MZT won four Macedonian Basketball Cups in this period, in 1996, 1997, 1999, and in 2000.
Moments of downfall (2008–2011)
In 2008, after many years of the poor decision making of the then management of the club, the fans decided to start a boycott in order to change the entire set of the management team of MZT Skopje. In the summer of 2009, the entire management left the club, leaving the club in financial debt. Two weeks before the beginning of the season, MZT Skopje was left without players, coach, youth school, and sponsors. A day before the deadline for application of teams for the current championship, the Family Aerodrom fan group organized a march in order to save the club. As a result, the club was taken over by the Municipality of Aerodrom. Due to the financial problems of the club, it had the worst season since the independence of Macedonia, so MZT Skopje had to play in the play-out to secure its place in the league. MZT succeeded and therefore secured the place in the first division for the next season. In the next season, 2010–11, the club got new sponsors, there was a complete reorganization of the management set, and the junior school was reactivated, which had been defunct for eight years. All debts were repaid, and the team succeeded in entering the playoff semifinals, and the finals of the Macedonian Cup.
The club's first championship (2011–12)
After all the turmoil and upheavals in the past, after a long time, KK MZT Skopje formed a team which became a favourite for winning the first league title since its existence. Before the start of the season, an agreement has been reached with the ABA League, and the team participated in the 2012–13 ABA League. Aleksandar Todorov, who had previously been on the bench of MZT several times, was appointed as a new coach. Since the last season, the team has included Toni Grnčarov and Igor Penov, while the new signings were Ognen Stojanovski and Gjorgji Čekovski, as well as the foreign players Cade Davis, Noah Dahlman, and Igor Mijajlović. In the regular part of the championship, they won the first place, and the roster was completed with the coming of another player from Montenegro, international player Nikola Vučurović. The first "exam" for the team was the Macedonian Cup, where the team defeated Feni in the finals at Boris Trajkovski Arena. Femi was also an opponent in the league finals; Aerodrom won the series 4–1 and became a champion of Macedonia on May 2, 2012, for the first time in its history.
Domination in domestic competitions, ABA League, and Eurocup (2012–present)
MZT Aerodrom’s debuted in the ABA League in the 2012–13 season. In its first official game in the Adriatic League, MZT won against Cibona in Zagreb, which was immediately followed by its first official victory at home over Široki Breg. In the last round, MZT had a chance to qualify for the Eurocup. It was necessary to defeat Krka in Slovenia, and for Cedevita to be defeated by the Široki Breg.
The task was fulfilled by the Macedonian champions, but the qualification did not depend on MZT alone, and eventually MZT ranked seventh, with a score of 14 wins and 12 losses, thus ensuring its participation in the ABA League in the next season. The team has won the Cup of Macedonia, defeating Kumanovo in the finals, while in the league playoffs, MZT Skopje succeeded in making it to the title without a single defeat, achieving victories over Feni in the semifinals with 3–0 and over Kozuv in the finals with 4–0.
The 2013–14 season was historic for MZT and the Macedonian basketball. After a long time, Macedonia had a team which was a part of the group stage in the Eurocup. The newly named coach Vlada Vukoičić, who replaced Aleš Pipan, brought some new players, including Stefan Sinovec, Uroš Lučić, Justin Reynolds, and Macedonian international Aleksandar Kostoski. The team was drawn in the group with UNICS, Banvit, Maccabi Haifa, VEF Riga, and BC Kalev/Cramo. MZT finished in the last place in the group with one win against Cramo at home.
Along with the performance in the Eurocup, MZT also competed in the ABA League. MZT appointed Zoran Martić as their new head coach. Instead of desired sixth place in the ABA League, MZT ended the season in ninth place. In February 2014, MZT won the National Cup by defeating Lirija in the final. After that, MZT won ten league games in a row. In the semifinals of the league, the opponents were again Lirija, which MZT eliminated with a score of 2–0 in series. In the final, MZT Skopje defeated "eternal rivals" Rabotnički. The series ended with a 3–1 victory, and MZT won the league for the third season in a row. Prior to the 2014–15 season, many of the players has left the club, and Zmago Sagadin was appointed a new coach. He was sacked shortly after the season began, and was replaced by Vrbica Stefanov. Stefanov was also sacked during the season, and was replaced by Bobi Mitev. Mitev resigned after the series of defeats, and was replaced by Aleksandar Jončevski, who used to be an assistant coach during the mandates of all previous coaches. The elimination from the Macedonian Cup in the semifinals by Kozuv and the next-to-last place in the ABA League meant resignation for Jončevski. He was replaced by Aleš Pipan, who became the fifth coach in the season. In the semifinals of the league, MZT eliminated Feni Industries, while in the finals, the team defeated the Kumanovo team, winning the championship for the fourth time in a row. Aleš Pipan was appointed as a head coach again in the 2015–16 season. After mixed performances in the ABA League regular season, the head coach Aleš Pipan was replaced by Aleksandar Jončevski. MZT ended the ABA League season in the tenth place. In domestic competitions, MZT won another cup and league "double", becoming the champions for the fifth time in a row.
In the 2016–17 season, MZT Skopje applied for participation in the Eurocup for the second time in the last four years. Emil Rajković was appointed as new head coach. After a few games, the coach position was taken up by former assistant Aleksandar Jončevski, but the season ended with Croatian coach Ante Nazor on the bench. The Eurocup campaign ended without a victory out of ten games. In the ABA League, the team defeated Krka in the decisive match in the last part of the season and was thus saved from relegation, finishing in 13th position. The team won their sixth consecutive league title against Karpoš Sokoli 3–2 in the final. Charlon Kloof was MVP of the finals.
Name through history
The club was established in 1966 as the basketball department of the sports club Skopje. Later the names were changed quite a few times, from KK Skopje (1966–1984), to KK MZT Skopje HEPOS (1984–1992), to KK MZT Skopje (1992–1998), to KK MZT BOSS Skopje (1998–2000), to KK MZT Skopje 2000 (2000–2004), to KK MZT Skopje (2004–2008), to KK MZT FON University (2008–2009), and finally, to KK MZT Skopje Aerodrom (2009–present). Few times in the names of the team were included names of the main sponsors of the team. However, the club is best known under the name KK MZT Skopje.
|Macedonian Republic League||Winners||6||1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1979|
|Macedonian League||Winners||6||2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017|
|Macedonian League||Runners-up||6||1993, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004|
|Macedonian Cup||Winners||9||1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2018|
|Macedonian Cup||Runners-up||4||1994, 1995, 2003, 2011|
|Macedonian Super Cup||Winners||3||2003, 2015, 2016|
|Macedonian Super Cup||Runners-up||1||2000|
|2011–12||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Feni Industries||4–1 (seven game series)||Todor Gečevski|
|2012–13||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Kožuv||4–0 (seven game series)||Gjorgji Čekovski|
|2013–14||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Rabotnički||3–1 (five game series)||Damjan Stojanovski|
|2014–15||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Kumanovo||3–0 (five game series)||Marko Simonovski – Sead Šehović|
|2015–16||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Kumanovo||3–1 (five game series)||Damjan Stojanovski|
|2016–17||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Karpoš Sokoli||3–2 (five game series)||Charlon Kloof|
|1996||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Godel Rabotnički||69–64||Vlatko Vladičevski||Skopje|
|1997||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Tikveš Kavadarci||92–86||Toni Simić||Radoviš|
|1999||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Nikol Fert||78–73||Mirza Kurtović||Kavadarci|
|2000||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Rabotnički||68–66||Gjorgji Knjazev||Skopje|
|2012||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Feni Industries||84–66||Todor Gečevski||Skopje|
|2013||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Kumanovo||79–71||Damjan Stojanovski||Skopje|
|2014||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Lirija||76–73||Todor Gečevski||Ohrid|
|2016||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Karpoš Sokoli||68–62||Marko Luković||Gevgelija|
|2018||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Rabotnički||76–67||Damjan Stojanovski||Kavadarci|
Macedonian Super Cup
|2003||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Rabotnički||77–75||Gjorgje Vojnović||Skopje|
|2015||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Rabotnički||81–62||Dimitar Mirakovski||Ohrid|
|2016||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Karpoš Sokoli||87–84||Torey Thomas||Skopje|
Jane Sandanski Arena is an indoor sports arena located in the Aerodrom Municipality of Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. The arena has a capacity of 6,500. It is named after the Macedonian revolutionary Jane Sandanski.
On 18 November 2012, it was announced that the arena will be completely demolished, with a new arena called Sports Centre Jane Sandanski planned to be built in its stead. On 14 February 2013, MZT Skopje held their last training in Jane Sandanski, with more than a thousand fans attending. The following day, the arena was officially closed and demolished.
In September 2015, west and east stands were upgraded by 500 seats. Now, the arena is home ground of MZT Skopje, RK Vardar, and ŽRK Vardar. Moreover, Sports Centre Jane Sandanski has fitness centre, aerobics centre, tennis and paddel tennis courts, playground for children, and exclusive sports store and fan shop.
Note: Flags indicate national team eligibility at FIBA sanctioned events. Players may hold other non-FIBA nationality not displayed.
|MZT Skopje roster|
|Pos.||Starting 5||Bench 1||Bench 2||Bench 3|
|C||Jure Lalić||Leonid Todorovski|
|PF||Bojan Trajkovski||Radosav Spasojević||Andrej Maslinko|
|SF||Damjan Stojanovski||Igor Penov|
|SG||Darko Sokolov||Marko Simonovski||Stefan Sinovec|
|PG||Jordon Crawford||Aleksej Nešović||Andrej Nastovski||Damjan Misa|
|MZT Skopje players out on loan|
|Nat.||Player||Position||Team||On loan until|
|Ranko Mamuzić||PF||Kožuv||June 2018|
|Mihajlo Mitev||PG||Strumica||June 2018|
Squad changes for the 2017–18 season
- To appear in this section, a player must have either:
- Played at least one full season for the club.
- Set a club record or won an individual award while at the club.
- Played at least one official international match for their national team at any time.
- To perform very successfully during period in the club or at later/previous stages of his career.
The eternal basketball derby
MZT’s fiercest and long-standing city rival is Rabotnički, the other popular basketball club in Macedonia. They also have supporters in the capital city. The rivalry started after the Independence of Macedonia, and the matches between these rivals have been labeled as the "Eternal derby".
MZT Skopje in European Competitions
|1st round||BK JIP Pardubice||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||97–82||111–81|
|2nd round||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Ratiopharm Ulm||75–78||85–70|
|1st round||BC Baltai||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||60–44||80–74|
|1st round||Zagreb||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||94–80||81–64|
|2nd round||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Arsenal Tula||91–78||94–70|
|Group stage||Real Madrid||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||92–65||69–68|
|Group stage||Plama Pleven||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||103–94||91–68|
|Group stage||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Ratiopharm Ulm||92–89||94–73|
|Group stage||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Hapoel Galil Elyon||65–55||95–79|
|Group stage||Benfica||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||77–75||75–73|
|Round of 32||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||BC Porto||73–69||80–74|
|Group stage||Znicz Pruszków||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||110–64||79–85|
|Group stage||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||BC Tallinna Kalev||81–90||77–54|
|Group stage||ASVEL Villeurbanne||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||68–48||53–58|
|Group stage||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Zalgiris Kaunas||93–95||97–49|
|Group stage||Zagreb||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||77–61||52–71|
|Group stage||Cholet Basket||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||90–61||71–86|
|Group stage||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Slovakofarma Pezinok||84–76||75–60|
|Group stage||Türk Telekom B.K.||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||75–57||73–81|
|Group stage||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Split||71–69||85–74|
|Group stage||Geofin Nový Jičín||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||94–87||100–74|
|1st round||Vojvodina||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||93–85||78–81|
|Group stage||UNICS Kazan||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||85–61||62–88|
|Group stage||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||VEF Riga||70–77||80–71|
|Group stage||Maccabi Haifa||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||79–60||83–86|
|Group stage||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Kalev Cramo||79–70||84–69|
|Group stage||Banvit||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||85–61||68–86|
|Group stage||Herbalife Gran Canaria||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||87–75||75–98|
|Group stage||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Lietkabelis||80–87||90–89|
|Group stage||Nizhny Novgorod||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||88–74||82–97|
|Group stage||MZT Skopje Aerodrom||Cedevita||85–89||95–61|
MZT Skopje in ABA League
Note: "DNP" indicates that the team did not compete in the league in that season. Win Loss
|Score||7th (14–12)||9th (12–14)||13th (7–19)||10th (10–16)||13th (8–18)||14th (4–18)|
Most appearances in ABA League of all time
|2||Uroš Lučić||PF||2013–2015; 2016||56|
|4||Stefan Sinovec||SG||2013–2015; 2016–2017||50|
Last updated on: 13 March 2018
Most points in ABA League of all time
|5||Stefan Sinovec||SG||2013–2015; 2016–2017||523|
- R1 = First round
- R2 = Second round
- R32 = Round of 32
- R64 = Round of 64
- GS = Group stage
- Players in italics have left the club during the season.
|Season||Tier||Domestic league||Pos||Domestic cup||Adriatic League||European competitions||Head coach||Roster|
|1993–94||1||First League||Semifinals||Runners-up||N/A||Korać Cup (R2)||Ante Dukovski||Vrbica Stefanov, Igor Mihajlovski, Slobodan Mitić, Milan Medić, Slobodan Petrovski, Goce Andrevski, Darko Zdravkovski, Mirza Kurtović, Toni Simić, Saša Stanković|
|1994–95||1||First League||Semifinals||Runners-up||N/A||European Cup (R1)||Miodrag Baletić||Vrbica Stefanov, Scott Cramer, Vlatko Vladičevski, Marjan Srbinovski, Igor Mihajlovski, Slobodan Mitić, Milan Medić, Risto Janevski, Darko Zdravkovski, Mirza Kurtović, Toni Simić|
|1995–96||1||First League||Runners-up||Winners||N/A||Korać Cup (R64)||Lazar Lečić||Vrbica Stefanov, Rodney Files, Vlatko Vladičevski, Pero Blaževski, Marjan Srbinovski, Mirza Kurtović, Toni Simić, Igor Mihajlovski, Dejan Dimov, Mark Dean, Antonio Minevski, Krste Serafimovski|
|1996–97||1||First League||Semifinals||Winners||N/A||EuroCup (R32)||Aleksandar Knjazev||Vrbica Stefanov, Mirza Kurtović, Toni Simić, Gjorgji Knjazev, Pero Blaževski, Mark Dean, Slobodan Petrovski, Igor Mihajlovski, Dejan Dimov, Antonio Minevski, Denis Dervišević, Boris Nešović|
|1997–98||1||First League||Runners-up||Semifinals||N/A||EuroCup (GS)||Janko Lukovski
|Vrbica Stefanov, Mirza Kurtović, Toni Simić, Bojan Tadić, Dejan Dimov, Slobodan Petrovski, Nikolče Petrušev, Borče Domlevski, Bryant Smith, Nenad Radovski, Denis Dervišević, Oleg Lebedev, Čedomir Mudreša|
|1998–99||1||First League||Runners-up||Winners||N/A||Saporta Cup (GS)||Dražen Dalipagić
|Gjorgje Vojnović, Gjorgji Knjazev, Mirza Kurtović, Pero Blaževski, Ivica Blagojević, Srdjan Stanković, Dejan Jovanovski, Dejan Dimov, Frazier Johnson, Levy Middlebrooks, Muhamed Tači, Goran Mirčić, Ivica Mavrenski, Nikola Milatović|
|1999–2000||1||First League||Semifinals||Winners||N/A||N/A||Mitko Lukovski||Gjorgje Vojnović, Gjorgji Knjazev, Dimče Gaštarski, Ivan Gjaković, Ivica Blagojević, Srdjan Stanković, Toni Grnčarov, Nenad Nešović, Risto Nikolov, Erdjan Prešova, Dimitar Simovski, Nikola Gjorgjevski|
|2000–01||1||First League||Runners-up||Semifinals||N/A||Korać Cup (R64)||Aleksandar Todorov
|Gjorgje Vojnović, Todor Gečevski, Riste Stefanov, Zlatko Gocevski, Muamer Taletović, Dimče Gaštarski, Mladen Gjuroski, Toni Grnčarov, David Daniels, Dejan Dimov, Marjan Srbinovski, Lorenzo Orr, Srdjan Stanković, Siniša Avramovski, Stojan Madzunkov, Darko Stanimirović, Gjorgji Talevski|
|2001–02||1||First League||6th place||Semifinals||N/A||N/A||Aleksandar Petrović||Gjorgje Vojnović, David Daniels, Dejan Dimov, Zlatko Gocevski, Enes Hadžibulić, Marjan Ilievski, Fore Kalpakov, Vojkan Krgović, Nikolče Petrušev, Siniša Avramovski, Zoran Petkovski, Mark Thomas|
|2002–03||1||First League||Semifinals||Runners-up||N/A||N/A||Aleksandar Petrović||Gjorgje Vojnović, Dimče Gaštarski, Dejan Dimov, Jovan Zdravevski, Dimitar Karadzovski, Dragan Milenkovič, Siniša Avramovski, Igor Trajkovski, Borče Domlevski, Ivan Mašović|
|2003–04||1||First League||Runners-up||Semifinals||N/A||N/A||Aleksandar Petrović||Gjorgje Vojnović, Gjorgji Knjazev, Gjorgji Talevski, Emil Rajković, Dimče Gaštarski, Dejan Dimov, Jovan Zdravevski, Boris Nešović, Dimitar Karadzovski, Dragan Milenkovič, Tomče Dišliev, Stojan Madzunkov, Todor Kocev|
|2004–05||1||First League||Semifinals||Semifinals||N/A||N/A||Aleksandar Petrović||Jane Petrovski, Gjorgji Knjazev, Gjorgji Talevski, Nikola Karakolev, Dimče Gaštarski, Miroslav Despotović, Igor Penov, Dimitar Karadzovski, Aleksandar Sovkovski, Tomče Dišliev, Kiril Nikolovski, Slobodančo Hadzivasilev|
|2005–06||1||First League||Semifinals||Quarterfinals||N/A||N/A||Aleksandar Petrović||Jane Petrovski, Dragan Milenkovič, Gjorgji Talevski, Nikola Karakolev, Dimče Gaštarski, Miroslav Despotović, Dimitar Simovski, Igor Penov, Aleksandar Šterjov, Mladen Gjuroski, Aleksandar Antić, Erhan Ramadan, Dušan Bosiljanov|
|2006–07||1||First League||5th place||Quarterfinals||N/A||N/A||Aleksandar Petrović||Jane Petrovski, Dragan Milenkovič, Gjorgji Talevski, Nikola Karakolev, Darko Radulović, Dimče Gaštarski, Miroslav Despotović, Igor Penov, Igor Trajkovski, Aleksandar Šterjov, Darjan Hristov, Kiril Nikolovski, Branko Janeski|
|2007–08||1||First League||Semifinals||Semifinals||N/A||N/A||Aleksandar Todorov
|Jane Petrovski, Dragan Milenkovič, Daryll Hill, Srdjan Živković, Slobodan Agoč, Kiril Nikolovski, Aleksandar Šterjov, Bojan Nikolovski, Muhamed Tači, Daniel Milanovski, Filip Gjorevski, Edmond Azemi, Florijan Miftari, Nathan Ball, John Smith|
|2008–09||1||First League||Semifinals||Quarterfinals||N/A||N/A||Aleksandar Petrović
|Pero Blaževski, Darko Sokolov, Nikola Radojičić, Darko Radulović, Miloš Trailović, Srdjan Stanković, Milorad Damjanac, Dejan Nešovski, Filip Kralevski, Siniša Avramovski, Filip Gjorevski, Angel Tasevski, Edis Nuri, Aleksandar Held, Miloš Pejanović|
|2009–10||1||First League||Relegation playoffs||Quarterfinals||N/A||N/A||Ante Dukovski||Miloš Pejanović, Vladimir Georgievski, Gjorgji Talevski, Bogdan Vukadinović, Igor Trajkovski, Nemanja Stanković, Vladan Virijević, Filip Gjorevski, Tomče Dišliev, Tošo Pavlov, Edi Sinadinović, Zoran Milović, Aleksandar Sovkovski, Muhamed Tači, Erhan Ramadan, Miloš Nišavić, Igor Tadić, Mladen Gjuroski|
|2010–11||1||First League||Semifinals||Runners-up||N/A||N/A||Aleksandar Petrović
|Jane Petrovski, Toni Grnčarov, Nenad Zivčević, Miljan Pupović, Petar Naumoski, Vladimir Veličković, Darnell Lindsay, Zlatko Gocevski, Igor Penov, Kiril Nikolovski, Siniša Avramovski, Gjorgji Kočov, Jovan Teodosić, Vladimir Georgievski, Gjorgji Talevski, Igor Trajkovski, Filip Gjorevski|
|2011–12||1||First League||Winners||Winners||N/A||N/A||Aleksandar Todorov||Todor Gečevski, Gjorgji Čekovski, Ognen Stojanovski, Toni Grnčarov, Cade Davis, Igor Mijajlović, Noah Dahlman, Nikola Vučurović, Igor Penov, Nikola Gajdadziev, Aleksandar Šterjov, Gjorgji Kočov, Riste Stefanov, Chris Grimm, Marjan Janevski, Marcus Kitts|
|2012–13||1||First League||Winners||Winners||7th||N/A||Aleksandar Todorov
|Todor Gečevski, Gjorgji Čekovski, Damjan Stojanovski, Ognen Stojanovski, Nikola Otašević, Cade Davis, Noah Dahlman, Kiril Nikolovski, Boris Bakić, Gorjan Markovski, Eftim Bogoev, Toni Grnčarov, Igor Mijajlović, Uroš Nikolić, Stefan Popovski-Turanjanin|
|2013–14||1||First League||Winners||Winners||9th||Eurocup (GS)||Vlada Vukoičić
|Todor Gečevski, Gjorgji Čekovski, Damjan Stojanovski, Aleksandar Kostoski, Nikola Otašević, Cade Davis, Stefan Sinovec, Sead Šehović, Uroš Lučić, Kiril Nikolovski, Ivan Marinković, Aleksandar Cvetković, Gorjan Markovski, Ognen Stojanovski, Ljubomir Mladenovski, Boban Stajić, Justin Reynolds, Carl Jones|
|2014–15||1||First League||Winners||Semifinals||13th||N/A||Zmago Sagadin
|Aleksandar Ćapin, Predrag Samardziski, Marko Simonovski, Stefan Sinovec, Aleksandar Cvetković, Damjan Stojanovski, Uroš Lučić, Kiril Nikolovski, Sead Šehović, Danilo Mijatović, Ljubomir Mladenovski, Boban Stajić, Adem Mekić, Jourdan DeMuynck, Milton Jennings, Ivan Marinković, Giorgi Tsintsadze, Vedran Morović, Reggie Keely, Owen Klassen, Dion Dixon, Nenad Zivčević, Marko Pajić|
|2015–16||1||First League||Winners||Winners||10th||N/A||Aleš Pipan
|Damjan Stojanovski, Marko Ljubičić, Đorđe Drenovac, Marko Luković, Uroš Luković, Nemanja Protić, Danilo Mijatović, Duško Bunić, Gorjan Markovski, Ljubomir Mladenovski, Adem Mekić, Uroš Vasiljević, C.J. Carter, Marko Simonovski, Edi Sinadinović|
|2016–17||1||First League||Winners||Semifinals||13th||EuroCup (GS)||Emil Rajković
|Charlon Kloof, Xavier Thames, Đorđe Drenovac, Danilo Mijatović, Marko Simonovski, Stefan Sinovec, Jure Lalić, Ljubomir Mladenovski, Adem Mekić, Stojan Gjuroski, Dušan Katnić, Jeremiah Massey, Torey Thomas, Uroš Lučić, Mouloukou Diabate, Andrej Cvetkovski, Devon van Oostrum, Daniel Clark, Josh Scott|
|2017–18||1||First League||TBA||Winners||14th||N/A||Aleksandar Todorov
|Damjan Stojanovski, Darko Sokolov, Bojan Trajkovski, Marko Simonovski, Jordon Crawford, Jure Lalić, Radosav Spasojević, Stefan Sinovec, Aleksej Nešović, Igor Penov, Andrej Maslinko, Andrej Nastovski, Leonid Todorovski, Damjan Misa, Daniel Jansen, Brett Bailey, Adem Mekić, Boban Stajić, Eric Garcia, Nikola Pavličević, Dominik Mavra, Yordan Minchev, Đorđe Majstorović|
MZT Skopje's fans, Family Aerodrom, were formed in spring 1997 as a legitimate heir of Service Crew and Piramida Aerodrom.
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