with MZT Skopje
May 8, 1965 |
Celje, SR Slovenia, SFR Yugoslavia
|1995–1997||Smelt Olimpija mladi|
|2008–2010||Union Olimpija ass.coach|
Zoran Martič  is a Slovenian basketball coach. He was under contract with MZT Skopje until June 2014. He won the first Slovenian gold medal for basketball in the European Under-20 championship held in Ohrid, Macedonia. Since 1989, he has been the head coach for several Slovenian basketball teams, including Slovan, Zlatorog Laško and Helios. He coached the Szolnog team in Hungary, the Budućnost team in Serbia & Montenegro, the Apoel team in Cyprus and the Khimik team in Ukraine.
- 1998 – 1st. place European U 22 championship (Trapani-Italija).
- 2000 – 2nd. place European U 20 championship (Ohrid-Macedonia)
- 2001 – 6th. place World U 20 championship (Tokio-Japan).
- 2003/04 – 5th. place Goodyear – Adriatic league (Budučnost).
- 2004/05 – semi finalist of the Serbia & Montenegro cup (Budučnost).
- 2005 – finalist of the Slovenian play off (Slovan).
- 2006 – quarter finalist of FIBA Challenge cup.
- 2007 – semi finalist of the Slovenian play off (Zlatorog Laško).
- 2008 – finalist of the Slovenian Cup and finalist of the Slovenian play off (Helios), winner of the Slovenian all star game.
- 2009 – Slovenian Cup winner, Slovenian national champion (U.Olimpija – assistant coach).
- 2014 – Macedonian League winner, Macedonian Cup winner (MZT Skopje)
- https://web.archive.org/web/20131203115656/http://www.mztskopjeaerodrom.mk/index.php/novosti-reader/items/oficialno-zoran-martich-nov-trener-na-mzt.html. Archived from the original on December 3, 2013. Retrieved April 24, 2013. Missing or empty
|This biographical article relating to a Slovenian basketball figure is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|