The following is a list of Kentucky Wildcats men's basketball head coaches. The Wildcats have had 22 coaches in their 113-season history.
Since 1930, Kentucky has been led by seven head coaches, five of whom have led the Wildcats to an NCAA Championship. Adolph Rupp led Kentucky to 4 NCAA Championships (1948, 1949, 1951, 1958) during his tenure. Rupp's successor Joe B. Hall guided the Wildcats to their fifth NCAA Championship in 1978. During the 1990s, Rick Pitino and Tubby Smith each added a championship, capturing the crown in 1996 and 1998, respectively. Most recently, John Calipari led the program to its eighth national championship in 2012. Kentucky is the only school in college basketball history with five NCAA Division I Championship head coaches.