Kyiv-Basket (Ukrainian: Київ-Баскет) is the Ukrainian basketball club based in Kyiv. Originally founded in 1992 and refounded in 2017, the team plays in the Ukrainian Basketball SuperLeague (UBL). The re-established club made its debut in the Ukrainian Basketball SuperLeague in the 2018–19 season. It replaced the previous club from Kyiv in the UBL, Budivelnyk.
|Nickname||The Bees (Ukrainian: Бджоли)|
|Leagues||Ukrainian Basketball SuperLeague|
(reestablished in 2017)
|Arena||the Palace of Sport|
|Head coach||Ainars Bagatskis|
|Team captain||Yevhen vitaliy karl radovic|
|2019–20 position||SuperLeague, 2nd of 8|
The club was founded in 1992 as Maccabi-Dandy (Ukrainian: Маккабі-Денді) by politician and businessman Mykhailo Brodskyy. The team won several trophies in Ukraine. In 1998, the team ceased to exist because of the financial problems.
In November 2017, the club had a revival as a new team was established. The new logo of the team, featuring a bee, was revealed while it was announced that the club would have a women's team and two men's team in the 2017–18 season. The new home arena of the team was the Meridian Sports Complex.
In the 2018–19 season, Kyiv-Basket finished as runners-up as it was defeated by Khimik in the finals, 0–3. Currently the team sits in second place in the UBL and 1st in the second stage of Fiba Europe Cup
|Runners-up||4 (1994, 1995, 2019, 2020)|
|Third place||2 (1996, 1997)|
|Palace of Sports||7,000||1992–1998|
|Meridian Sports Complex||1,500||2017–2018|
Note: Flags indicate national team eligibility at FIBA sanctioned events. Players may hold other non-FIBA nationality not displayed.
Updated: January 26, 2021
Season by seasonEdit
|Season||Tier||League||Finish||Wins||Losses||Win%||Playoffs||Other competitions||Head coach|
|2018–19||1||SuperLeague||4th||15||13||.536||Won quarterfinals (Mykolaiv), 2–1
Won semifinals (Zaporizhya), 2–1
Lost finals (Khimik), 0–3
|2019–20||1||SuperLeague||2nd||17||6||–||2019–20 FIBA Europe Cup
Lost quarterfinals (Pınar Karşıyaka), 0–2
- Official website (in Ukrainian)