The Croatian Basketball Federation (Croatian: Hrvatski košarkaški savez) is a non-profit organization and the national sports governing body of basketball in Croatia.
|Founded||17 November 1991|
|Regional affiliation||FIBA Europe|
|President||Nikola Rukavina (Acting)|
|Men's coach||Aleksandar Petrović|
|Women's coach||Stipe Bralić|
|Replaced||Basketball Federation of Yugoslavia (1948–1992)|
It was founded on 19 December 1948 as a member of the larger Basketball Federation of Yugoslavia. On 19 January 1992, the HKS joined the International Basketball Federation (FIBA). Croatia competes in the European region of FIBA.
The Federation runs the men's national team and the women's national team.
|Regional League||ABA League First Division
ABA League Second Division
|National League||HT Premijer liga||Premijer ženska liga|
|National Cup||Krešimir Ćosić Cup||Ružica Meglaj-Rimac Cup|
|Adriatic League|| Crvena zvezda (2018–19 First Division)
Sixt Primorska (2018–19 Second Division)
|National League||Cibona (2018–19)||Medveščak (2018–19)|
|National Cup||Zadar (2019–20)||Medveščak (2018–19)|
List of presidentsEdit
This list is incomplete; you can help by adding missing items. (September 2016)
- Anton Kovačev (1995–?)
- Boris Lalić (?–?)
- Marijan Hanžeković (1998–1999)
- Damir Skansi (1999–?)
- Ivan Šuker (2002–2004)
- Danko Radić (2004–2015)
- Ivan Šuker (2015–2016)
- Stojko Vranković (2016–present)
- ^ a b "Ukratko o HKS-u". hks-cbf.hr (in Croatian). Croatian Basketball Federation. Archived from the original on April 19, 2012. Retrieved April 8, 2012.
- ^ "Jutarnji list - Danko Radić - vladar bez opozicije". 30 November 2009.
- ^ "Stojko Vranković postao prvi čovjek hrvatske košarke: Idemo po zlato!".
- ^ "Marijan Hanžeković".
- ^ http://arhiv.slobodnadalmacija.hr/nedjeljna/19991029/pressing.htm
- Official website (in Croatian)