Second level basketball leagues in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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The Second level basketball leagues in Bosnia and Herzegovina are a 2nd-tier men's professional basketball competitions in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The tier is composed of three regional divisions:[1] the A1 League (Bosnian: A1 Liga), the Herzeg-Bosnia League (Croatian: Liga Herceg-Bosne), and the First League of Republika Srpska (Serbian: Прва лига Републике Српске).

2nd-tier Bosnia and Herzegovina
First season1993–94
CountryBosnia and Herzegovina
ConfederationFIBA Europe
Divisions3
Level on pyramid2
Promotion toBasketball Championship
Domestic cup(s)Republika Srpska Cup
Herzeg-Bosnia Cup
Most championshipsRS: Borac (7 titles)
HB: Brotnjo (7)
A1: Sloboda (6)
Websitebasket.ba

The A1 League, operated by the Sarajevo Basketball Association, has 14 teams. The Herzeg-Bosnia League, operated by the Herzeg-Bosnia Basketball Association, has 9 teams.[2] The First League of Republika Srpska, operated by the Basketball Association of Republika Srpska, has 12 teams.[3]

HistoryEdit

The division champions of the 2nd-tier leagues in Bosnia and Herzegovina:

Season A1 League Herzeg-Bosnia League First League of Rep. Srpska Ref.
1993–94 Sloboda Dita Čapljina Lasta Borac Nektar
1994–95 Zenica Metalno Brotnjo Borac Nektar (2)
1995–96 Sloboda Dita (2) Brotnjo (2) Borac Nektar (3)
1996–97 Sloboda Dita (3) Brotnjo (3) Borac Nektar (4)
1997–98 Bosna Široki Borac Nektar (5)
1998–99 Sloboda Dita (4) Brotnjo (4) Borac Nektar (6)
1999–00 Sloboda Dita (5) Brotnjo (5) Igokea
2000–01 Sloboda Dita (6) Široki (2) Igokea (2)
2001–02 Bosna (2) Široki (3) Borac Nektar (7)
2002–03 N/A Ljubuški (North) / Rama (South) Leotar
2003–04 Vogošća Odžak (North) / Zrinjski (South) Radnik
2004–05 N/A Grude Rudar
2005–06 Zenica Čelik (2) Brotnjo (6) Slavija
2006–07 Vogošća (2) Čapljina Lasta (2) Borac Nektar (1 or 8)
2007–08 Novi Grad Atal Sarajevo Vitez Mladost
2008–09 Zenica Čelik (3) Čapljina Lasta (3) Sutjeska
2009–10 Kakanj Brotnjo (7) Varda
2010–11 Triland Grude (2) Servitium
2011–12 Kakanj (2) Vitez (2) Radnik (2)
2012–13 Spars Brotnjo (8) Građanski
2013–14 Zenica Čelik (4) Vitez (3) HEO
2014–15 Bošnjak Student Mostar Radnik (3)
2015–16 Bosna Royal (3) Grude (3) Prijedor
2016–17 Vogošća (3) Student Mostar (2) Radnik (4)
2017–18 Gradina Grude (4) Bratunac [4]
2018–19 Donji Vakuf Čapljina Lasta (4) Leotar (2) [5]
2019–20 All canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic Borac (2 or 9) [6][7]
2020–21 Bošnjak (2) Posušje Radnik (4) [8][9]

Current clubsEdit

The following is the list of clubs for the 2019–20 season.[10][11][12]

A1 LeagueEdit

Location of A1 League clubs in the 2019–20 season
Club[10] City
Bosna Royal Sarajevo
Bošnjak Hadžići
Brčko Brčko
Čelik Zenica
Gen Sarajevo Sarajevo
Gračanica Gračanica
Igman Burch University Ilidža
IBU Spartans Živinice
Konjic Konjic
Radnički Goražde
Travnik Travnik
Turbina Jablanica

Herzeg-Bosnia LeagueEdit

Location of the Herzeg-Bosnia League clubs in the 2019–20 season
Club[11] City
Brotnjo Čitluk
Busovača Busovača
Grude Grude
Ljubuški Ljubuški
Posušje Posušje
Student Mostar Mostar
Široki 2 Široki Brijeg
Tomislav Tomislavgrad
Zrinjski 2 Mostar

First League of Republika SrpskaEdit

Location of the First League of Republika Srpska clubs in the 2019–20 season
Club[12] City
Borac Banja Luka
Budućnost Bijeljina
Drina Princip Zvornik
HEO Bileća
Prijedor Prijedor
Radnik BN Bijeljina
Slavija Istočno Sarajevo
Sloboda 1973 Novi Grad
Sokolac Sokolac
Student Igokea Banja Luka
Sutjeska Foča
Varda HE Višegrad

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Pravilnici i Odluke". Košarkaški Savez Bosne i Hercegovine. www.basket.ba. Archived from the original on 10 June 2016. Retrieved 19 May 2016.
  2. ^ "KSHB Standings". kshb.ba. Retrieved 24 September 2020.
  3. ^ "KSRS". ks.rs.ba. Retrieved 24 September 2020.
  4. ^ "A1BH 2017-18". eurobasket.com. Retrieved 24 September 2020.
  5. ^ "A1 B-H 2018–19". eurobasket.com. Retrieved 24 September 2020.
  6. ^ "Borac je ŠAMPION Republike Srpske". banjaluka.com. Retrieved 16 October 2020.
  7. ^ "Уручени пехари и медаље освајачима 1.МЛРС и 1.ЖЛРС". ks.rs.ba. Retrieved 16 October 2020.
  8. ^ "HKK Posušje prvak prvenstva Košarkaškog saveza Herceg Bosne za sezonu 2020/2021". kshb.ba. Retrieved 11 June 2021.
  9. ^ "BIH II Division 2020-21". eurobasket.com. Retrieved 26 June 2021.
  10. ^ a b "A1 - 2019-20". sportsport.ba. Retrieved 28 September 2020.
  11. ^ a b "1 liga HB - 2019-20". sportsport.ba. Retrieved 28 September 2020.
  12. ^ a b "1. liga RS - 2019-20". sportsport.ba. Retrieved 29 September 2020.

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