2019–20 Basketball Championship of Bosnia and Herzegovina

The 2019–20 Basketball Championship of Bosnia and Herzegovina was the 19th season of this championship, with 12 teams from Bosnia and Herzegovina participating in it. HKK Široki were the defending champion. On 13 March 2020, season was ended prematurely because of the coronavirus pandemic, naming Igokea as new champion.[1]

Prvenstvo BiH
Season2019–20
Teams12
DatesOctober 2019 – May 2020
Final positions
ChampionsIgokea


Competition formatEdit

Twelve teams would join the regular season, played with as double round-robin tournament. Igokea joined the competition, although they declined to participate previous season.[2]

Teams and locationsEdit

Locations of the 2019–20 Basketball Championship of Bosnia and Herzegovina teams

Čapljina Lasta, Leotar, and Promo DV were promoted from the previous season.

Team City Venue
Bratunac Bratunac SD Bratunac
Čapljina Lasta Čapljina Športska dvorana Čapljina
Igokea Laktaši Laktaši Sports Hall
Kakanj Kakanj JU KSC Kakanj
Leotar Trebinje SD Miloš Mrdić
Mladost Mrkonjić Grad Arena Komercijalne Banke
Promo DV Donji Vakuf
Spars Realway Sarajevo SD Novo Sarajevo
Sloboda Tuzla SKPC Mejdan
Široki Široki Brijeg GSD Pecara
Vogošća Vogošća SD Amel Bečković
Zrinjski Mostar SD Bijeli Brijeg
Teams that play in the 2019–20 Adriatic League First Division
Teams that play in the 2019–20 Adriatic League Second Division

Regular seasonEdit

StandingsEdit

Pos Team Pld W L GF GA GD Pts Relegation
1 Igokea 20 18 2 1718 1372 +346 38 Qualification for Champions League qualifying round
2 Široki 20 16 4 1716 1466 +250 36 Qualification for ABA League Second Division
3 Spars Realway 20 14 6 1585 1475 +110 34
4 Sloboda 20 11 9 1609 1494 +115 31
5 Bratunac 20 10 10 1616 1595 +21 30
6 Leotar 20 10 10 1594 1684 −90 30
7 Zrinjski 20 9 11 1706 1692 +14 29
8 Čapljina Lasta 20 9 11 1565 1580 −15 29
9 Promo DV 20 8 12 1551 1610 −59 28
10 Mladost 20 8 12 1653 1651 +2 28
11 Kakanj 20 7 13 1568 1651 −83 27
12 Vogošća 20 0 20 1495 2100 −605 20 Relegated

ResultsEdit

Home \ Away BRA CLA IGO KAK LEO MLA PRO SLO SPA SIR VOG ZRI
Bratunac 84–71 71–64 90–82 97–89 84–74 65–79 69–75 92–89 99–77
Čapljina Lasta 68–78 80–85 73–70 87–79 78–59 65–62 68–78 92–79 99–102
Igokea 69–67 73–59 103–73 86–67 80–52 78–49 98–76 86–70 141–77 83–61
Kakanj 86–83 82–75 72–74 83–79 77–79 70–94 81–79 69–65 93–79
Leotar 88–81 84–78 75–111 88–81 116–111 92–86 74–65 65–85 73–79
Mladost 95–71 69–85 76–67 102–85 79–75 98–90 55–73 138–67 91–82
Promo DV 74–85 78–63 79–75 86–80 75–78 54–66 58–80 73–48 75–100
Sloboda 88–73 81–68 65–71 74–63 78–65 98–66 87–64 87–75 143–74
Spars Realway 84–78 81–84 68–73 84–65 90–73 78–70 64–77 108–66 84–82
Široki 88–64 89–81 76–63 99–87 99–81 94–83 82–60 70–71 90–76
Vogošća 75–105 84–121 66–73 84–105 84–93 80–99 72–78 86–94 69–89
Zrinjski 72–89 87–86 79–88 82–73 89–91 80–74 74–81 83–98 139–74
Source: Basketball Federation of BiH
Legend: Blue = home team win; Red = away team win.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Saopštenje za javnost". Basketball Federation of BiH. 16 March 2020.
  2. ^ "Igokea se vraća u Prvenstvo BiH-a kao da ništa nije bilo". Basketball.hr (in Croatian). Retrieved 2019-08-28.