Yugoslav Basketball Cup

The Yugoslav Basketball Cup (Serbo-Croatian: Kup Jugoslavije u košarci / Куп Југославије у кошарци) was the men's national basketball cup of Yugoslavia between its inauguration 1959 and 2002. It was held in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia between 1959 and 1991 and in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia between 1992 and 2002. In 2002, FR Yugoslavia changed its name to Serbia and Montenegro while the cup got renamed to the Radivoj Korać Cup.

Yugoslav Basketball Cup
SportBasketball
Founded1959; 63 years ago (1959)
Inaugural season1959
Ceased2002; 20 years ago (2002)
CountrySocialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia SFR Yugoslavia
1959–1992
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FR Yugoslavia
1992–2002
Last
champion(s)
Partizan ICN (2001–02)
Most titles8 titles
Cibona
Partizan
Related
competitions
First Federal League (1959–1992)
YUBA League (1992–2002)

Nowadays, a similar competition, in the format of a supercup, exists as the ABA League Supercup.

Title holdersEdit

The finalsEdit

Season Champions Score Runners-up Venue Location Winning Coach
  Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
1959 ŽKK Ljubljana mini league OKK Beograd Belgrade   Kruno Brumen
1960 OKK Beograd mini league AŠK Olimpija Slavonski Brod   Borislav Stanković
1961 Not held
1962 OKK Beograd 103–82 Partizan Belgrade   Aleksandar Nikolić
1962–68 Not held
1968–69 Lokomotiva 78–77 AŠK Olimpija Zagreb   Mirko Novosel
1969–70 Zadar 64–60 Jugoplastika Split   Trpimir Lokin
1970–71 Crvena zvezda 82–70 AŠK Olimpija Tivoli Hall Ljubljana   Đorđe Andrijašević
1971–72 Jugoplastika 88–81 Lokomotiva Zagreb   Branko Radović
1972–73 Crvena zvezda 71–65 Partizan Dom Sportova Zagreb   Bratislav Đorđević
1973–74 Jugoplastika 92–85 Crvena zvezda Split   Petar Skansi
1974–75 Crvena zvezda 82–72 Jugoplastika Čair Sports Center Niš   Nemanja Đurić
1975–76 Radnički Belgrade 88–81 Rabotnički Veliki Park Sports Hall Užice   Slobodan Ivković
1976–77 Jugoplastika 80–62 Kvarner Dom Sportova Zagreb   Petar Skansi (2)
1977–78 Bosna 98–87 Radnički Belgrade Hala Zorka Šabac   Bogdan Tanjević
1978–79 Partizan 93–86 Zadar Čair Sports Center Niš   Dušan Ivković
1979–80 Cibona 68–62 Bosna Borovo Sports Hall Vukovar   Mirko Novosel (2)
1980–81 Cibona 112–87 Kvarner Mladost Hall Karlovac   Mirko Novosel (3)
1981–82 Cibona 90–79 Iskra Olimpija SPC Vojvodina Novi Sad   Mirko Novosel (4)
1982–83 Cibona 92–79 Rabotnički Bosanski Brod   Mirko Novosel (5)
1983–84 Bosna 92–78 Alkar Metković Sports Hall Metković   Svetislav Pešić
1984–85 Cibona 104–83 Jugoplastika Zrinjevac Sport Hall Osijek   Željko Pavličević
1985–86 Cibona 110–98 Bosna SPC Vojvodina Novi Sad   Željko Pavličević (2)
1986–87 IMT 76–73 Smelt Olimpija Čair Sports Center Niš   Dragan Šakota
1987–88 Cibona 82–80 Jugoplastika Dvorana Mladosti Rijeka   Mirko Novosel (6)
1988–89 Partizan 87–74 Jugoplastika Tabor Hall Maribor   Duško Vujošević
1989–90 Jugoplastika 79–77 Crvena zvezda ŠD Gospino polje Dubrovnik   Božidar Maljković
1990–91 POP 84 80–79 Cibona Dvorana Mladosti Rijeka   Željko Pavličević (3)
1991–92 Partizan 105–70 Bosna Čair Sports Center Niš   Željko Obradović
  Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
1992–93 OKK Beograd 104–91 Partizan SPC Pinki Sremska Mitrovica   Rajko Žižić
1993–94 Partizan 104–102 Crvena zvezda SPC Vojvodina Novi Sad   Željko Lukajić
1994–95 Partizan 84–81 Spartak Subotica Hala Borca kraj Morave Čačak   Borislav Džaković
1995–96 Budućnost 126–115 Partizan Nikšić Sports Center Nikšić   Živko Brajović
1996–97 FMP Železnik 105–92 Partizan Čair Sports Center Niš   Momir Milatović
1997–98 Budućnost 78–71 Beobanka Nikšić Sports Center Nikšić   Goran Bojanić
1998–99 Partizan 80–62 FMP Pionir Hall Belgrade   Vladislav Lučić
1999–00 Partizan 79–66[1] Zdravlje SRC Dubočica Leskovac   Nenad Trajković
2000–01 Budućnost 87–72[2] Partizan Millennium Centar Vršac   Bogdan Tanjević (2)
2001–02 Partizan ICN 88–81[3] Budućnost Morača Sports Center Podgorica   Duško Vujošević (2)

Performance by clubEdit

SFR Yugoslavia (1959–1960, 1962, 1968–1991)Edit

Rank Club Titles Runner-up Winning Years
1   Cibona 8 2 1968–69, 1979–80, 1980–81, 1981–82, 1982–83, 1984–85, 1985–86, 1987–88
2   Split 5 5 1971–72, 1973–74, 1976–77, 1989–90, 1990–91
3   Crvena zvezda 3 2 1970–71, 1972–73, 1974–75
5   Partizan 2 2 1978–79, 1988–89
4   Bosna 2 3 1977–78, 1983–84
6   OKK Beograd 2 1 1960, 1962
7   Zadar 1 1 1969–70
8   Radnički Belgrade 1 1 1975–76
9   ŽKK Ljubljana 1 0 1959
10   IMT 1 0 1986–87
11   Olimpija 0 5
12   Rabotnički 0 2
13   Kvarner 0 2
14   Alkar 0 1

FR Yugoslavia (1992–2002)Edit

Rank Club Titles Runner-up Winning Years
1 Partizan 6 4 1991–92, 1993–94, 1994–95, 1998–99, 1999–00, 2000–02
2 Budućnost 3 1 1995–96, 1997–98, 2000–01
3 FMP 1 1 1996–97
4 OKK Beograd 1 0 1992–93
5 Crvena zvezda 0 1
6 Spartak 0 1
7 Beobanka 0 1
8 Zdravlje 0 1

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Partizan po sedmi put". arhiva.srbija.gov.rs. Retrieved 24 June 2018.
  2. ^ "Budućnost - Partizan 87:72". arhiva.srbija.gov.rs. Retrieved 24 June 2018.
  3. ^ "Budućnost - Partizan 81:88". arhiva.srbija.gov.rs. Retrieved 24 June 2018.

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