ABA League JTD

Adriatic Basketball Association – ABA League, G.P., commonly referred to as the ABA League JTD, is a Croatian company based in Zagreb. It is the general partnership for organizing sports competitions. The company has been running the Adriatic League since the 2015–16 season.

ABA League JTD
Native name
Jadranska košarkaška asocijacija – ABA liga, jtd
TypeGeneral partnership
IndustrySport
FoundedJuly 6, 2015; 6 years ago (2015-07-06) in Zagreb, Croatia
Founders12
HeadquartersPrilaz Ivana Visina 7,
Zagreb
,
Croatia
Areas served
Key people
Dragan Bokan
Nebojša Čović
Dubravko Kmetović (CEO)
Products
Revenue
  • Increase HRK 11,292,996 (2016)
  • HRK 5,861,698 (2015)
  • Decrease HRK 192,612 (2016)
  • HRK 553,069 (2015)
  • Decrease HRK 147,508 (2016)
  • HRK 440,422 (2015)
Total assets
  • Decrease HRK 3,147,317 (2016)
  • HRK 3,815,028 (2015)
Total equity
  • Increase HRK 601,130 (2016)
  • HRK 453,622 (2015)
Owners12
Websitewww.aba-liga.com
Footnotes / references
Source: [1][2]

The company runs and operates the three regional-wide men's professional club basketball competitions in South-Eastern Europe, the first-tier ABA League First Division, the second-tier ABA League Second Division, and the ABA League Supercup tournament.

HistoryEdit

Founders and shareholdersEdit

The founders, as well as the shareholders between 2015 and 2020, of the company were 12 basketball clubs, as follows KK Budućnost (Montenegro), KK Cedevita (Croatia), KK Cibona (Croatia), KK Crvena zvezda (Serbia), KK Igokea (Bosnia and Herzegovina), KK Krka Telekom Novo Mesto (Slovenia), KK Mega Vizura (Serbia), KK Metalac Valjevo (Serbia), KK MZT Skopje Aerodrom AD Skopje (North Macedonia), KK Olimpija Ljubljana (Slovenia), KK Partizan (Serbia), and KK Zadar (Croatia).[3][4]

In the late 2020, the shares owned by Cedevita, Metalac, MZT Skopje Aerodrom and Olimpija Ljubljana were transferred to KK Cedevita Olimpija (Slovenia), KK Koper Primorska (Slovenia), KK Mornar Bar (Montenegro), and KK FMP (Serbia).[5]

Current shareholdersEdit

Following is the list of current shareholders, as of November 2020.

ManagementEdit

Current officeholdersEdit

The following are the current officeholders of the ABA League:[6]

  •   Đorđe Avramović, President
  •   Željko Žilavec, Vice-president
  •   Đorđije Pavićević, Vice-president
  •   Dubravko Kmetović, Director
  •   Milija Vojinović, Sports Director
  •   Vanja Vujičić, Tehnical Secretary
  •   Srđan Dožai, Commissioner for Delegating Referees
  •   Saša Maričić, President of Referees Commission

List of officeholdersEdit

PresidentsEdit

General managersEdit

  •   Krešimir Novosel (2015–2019)
  •   Dubravko Kmetović (2020–present)

Sports directorsEdit

Commissioners for delegating refereesEdit

  •   Iztok Rems (2015–2020)
  •   Srđan Dožai (2020–present)

President of referees commissionEdit

  •   Branko Jovanović (2015–2020)
  •   Saša Maričić (2020–present)

Secretaries of referees commissionEdit

  •   Dragan Medan (2015–2020)

Current competitionsEdit

Current title holdersEdit

Competition Club Season
First Division   Crvena zvezda mts 2020–21
Second Division   Studentski centar 2020–21
Supercup   Partizan NIS 2019
Junior League   Mega Basket U19 2020–21

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Sudski registar - Ministarstvo pravosuđa Republike Hrvatske
  2. ^ Sudski registar - Podaci o poslovnom subjektu
  3. ^ "Osnovana nova ABA liga: Pronađen modus za spas?". tportal.hr. Retrieved 16 December 2020.
  4. ^ "REGIONALNA KOŠARKA PREŽIVJELA Klubovi postaju vlasnici nove ABA lige". sportske.jutarnji.hr. Retrieved 16 December 2020.
  5. ^ "Zvanično: FMP dobio vlasnički udeo u ABA ligi". mozzartsport.com. Retrieved 16 December 2020.
  6. ^ Management of ABA League
  7. ^ ABA liga dobila novo rukovodstvo
  8. ^ Igor Dodik (Igokea) potpred. ABA lige!
  9. ^ ABA League j.t.d. Assembly session took place in Zagreb
  10. ^ "ABA LIGA KREĆE 29. SEPTEMBRA: Dodik zamenio Čovića, Superkup u Laktašima". novosti.rs. Retrieved 20 July 2018.
  11. ^ "PROMENE NA JADRANU Sledeće sezone Cibona predsedava ABA ligom". sport.blic.rs. Retrieved 16 July 2019.
  12. ^ "Unanimous decisions at the remote ABA League j.t.d. Assembly session". aba-liga.com. Retrieved 23 April 2021.

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