Basketball Federation of Serbia
The Basketball Federation of Serbia (Serbian: Кошаркашки савез Србије, Košarkaški savez Srbije) is the governing body for basketball in Serbia. It is founded in 1948 as the Basketball Federation of Yugoslavia.
|Founded||12 December 1948Basketball Federation of Yugoslavia)(as|
|Regional affiliation||FIBA Europe|
|Vice president||Igor Rakočević
|Men's coach||Aleksandar Đorđević|
|Women's coach||Marina Maljković|
The Federation selects the Serbian Basketball Player of the Year.
According to the Federation Statute, the Managing Board is constituted by the representatives elected through a semi-mandatory system. This means that a half of the executive body members is appointed by the President and the remaining four will be elected by The Federation Assembly. The Managing Board members are elected on four-year mandate.
|Honorary President||Borislav Stanković|
|Vice-Presidents||Men’s Basketball||Igor Rakočević|
|Women’s Basketball||Ana Joković|
|Marketing and Finance||Bojan Radun|
the Regional Associations
|Central Serbia||Dušan Đurić|
|East Serbia||Uroš Parlić|
National teams' medalsEdit
|National League, 1st tier||Basketball League of Serbia||First Women's Basketball League of Serbia|
|National Cup||Radivoj Korać Cup||Milan Ciga Vasojević Cup|
Note: These lists are correct through the end of the 2016–17 seasons.
|National League||Crvena zvezda (2016–17)||Crvena zvezda (2016–17)|
|National Cup||Crvena zvezda (2016–17)||Crvena zvezda (2016–17)|
Hall of Fame InducteesEdit
- Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
- FIBA Hall of Fame
- Nebojša Popović (Contributor)
- Borislav Stanković (Contributor)
- Radomir Šaper (Contributor)
- Aleksandar Nikolić (2007, Coach)
- Ranko Žeravica (2007, Coach)
- Obrad Belošević (2007, Technical official)
- Radivoj Korać (2007, Player)
- Dražen Dalipagić (2007, Player)
- Dragan Kićanović (2010, Player)
- Vlade Divac (2010, Player)
- Zoran Slavnić (2013, Player)
- Dušan Ivković (2017, Coach)
- Women's Basketball Hall of Fame
List of presidentsEdit
- "Ivković 12. Srbin u Fibinoj kući slavnih". politika.rs. Retrieved 10 March 2018.