Second Regional Basketball League (Serbia)

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Second Men's Regional League
Founded2006; 13 years ago (2006)
First season2006–07
Country Serbia
ConfederationFIBA Europe
Divisions6
Level on pyramid4th
Promotion toFirst Men's Regional League
Relegation toLocal Summer Leagues
Websitekss.rs

Second Men's Regional League (Serbian Cyrillic: Друга мушка регионална лига) is the men's regional basketball league in Serbia. It is the 4th-tier of the basketball league system in Serbia. It was founded in 2006.

Rules[edit]

Competition format[edit]

The league, operated by the Basketball Federation of Serbia and Regional Basketball Associations, consists of six divisions, North (N), North (S), Central, East, West (Group One) and West (Group Two), which have 14 teams each. The first team in every division will be promoted to First Men's Regional League in line with the regional format.

History[edit]

The following are the division champions of the Second Regional League:

Season North (N) North (S) Central East West – Group One West – Group Two Ref.
2006–07 Not available Not available Not available Not available Not available Not available
2007–08 Not available Not available Not available Not available Not available Not available
2008–09 Not available Not available Pro Sport
(Belgrade)
Not available Not available Not available [1]
2009–10 Not available Not available Milan Trivić
(Belgrade)
Not available Not available Not available [2]
2010–11 Not available Not available Surčin
(Belgrade)
Zdravlje 09
(Leskovac)
Not available Not available [3][4]
2011–12 Not available Not available Borča
(Borča)
Not available Not available Not available [5]
2012–13 Not available Not available Sparta Radijus Vektor
(Belgrade)
Naisus
(Niš)
Mileševac
(Prijepolje)
Sloga Despotovac
(Despotovac)
[3][6][7][8]
2013–14 Futog Tehnomer
(Futog)
BNS
(Banatsko Novo Selo)
Surčin Dobanovci
(Belgrade)
Jastrebac
(Aleksinac)
Student Bajina Bašta
(Bajina Bašta)
Mladost SP
(Smederevska Palanka)
[9][10][3][11][6][7]
2014–15 Crvenka Dunav
(Crvenka)
Radnički Kovin
(Kovin)
Grocka
(Belgrade)
Radan
(Lebane)
Klik
(Arilje)
Zekas 75
(Rača)
[10][3][9][11][6][7]
2015–16 Dunav 2014
(Apatin)
Nova Pazova
(Nova Pazova)
Ras
(Belgrade)
Mladost Zaječar
(Zaječar)
Mileševac
(Prijepolje)
Kragujevački Radnički
(Kragujevac)
[3][11][6][12][13]
2016–17 Mladost Veternik
(Veternik)
Omladinac
(Novi Banovci)
Vitez BGD 011
(Belgrade)
Bor RTB
(Bor)
Radnički Valjevo
(Valjevo)
Paraćin
(Paraćin)
[10][3][9][11][6][14]
2017–18 Star
(Novi Sad)
Železničar Inđija
(Inđija)
BTC
(Belgrade)
Fair Play
(Niš)
Čačak 94
(Čačak)
Požarevac
(Požarevac)
[10][3][9][11][6][15]
2018–19 Sloboda NS
(Novi Sad)
Stara Pazova
(Stara Pazova)
LA Basket
(Lazarevac)
Probasket
(Prokuplje)
Loznica
(Loznica)
Svilajnac
(Svilajnac)

Current teams[edit]

The following is the list of teams for 2019–20 season.[16]

North (S)[edit]

The North (South) division has 16 teams divided into two groups.[17][18]

Team City
BNS Banatsko Novo Selo
Dinamo Pančevo
Jedinstvo Kačarevo Kačarevo
Kris Kros Pančevo
Opovo 99 Opovo
Radnički Kovin Kovin
Virtus Basket Pančevo
Jadran Golubinci
Mladost Omoljica Omoljica
Partizan Šid Šid
Pink Šimanovci
Podrinje Mač. Mitrovica
RU Koš Ruma
Sloven Ruma
Šimanovci Šimanovci

North (N)[edit]

The North (North) division has 18 teams divided into two groups.[19][20]

Team City
Basketball Stars Futog
Beočin Beočin
Dunav 2014 Apatin
Joker Sombor
Petrovgrad Zrenjanin
Sivac Sivac
OKK Spartak Subotica
Srbobran Srbobran
Velika Kikinda Kikinda
Akademik Srbobran
Apatin Apatin
Bagljaš Zrenjanin
Futog Tupanjac MD Futog
Hercegovac Gajdobra
I Came To Play Novi Sad
Karađorđevo Banatsko Karađorđevo
Proleter Ravno Selo Ravno Selo
Senta Senta

Canter[edit]

The Canter division has 16 teams divided into two groups.[21][22][23]

Team City
Astra Belgrade
Barajevo Bambi Belgrade
Cerak Belgrade
Mladenovac Mladenovac
Mondo Basket Zemun
Rivers BM Belgrade
Umka Jazz Umka
Viva Basket Belgrade
ABBA Barič Barič
AS Basket Belgrade
BASK Belgrade
Pobednik 011 Belgrade
Ras Belgrade
Sava BTC Belgrade
Veba Basket Belgrade
Zvezdara Belgrade

East[edit]

The East division has 13 teams divided into two groups.[24][25]

Team City
Activis Academy Leskovac
Hisar Leskovac
Kuršumlija Kuršumlija
Panteri Vranje
Pusta Reka Bojnik
Radan Lebane
Vlasotince Vlasotince
Hajduk Veljko Negotin
Mladost 019 Zaječar
Sokobanja Sokobanja
Trijumf Niš
Zicer Bor
Zone Boys Blace

West – Group One[edit]

The West Group Two division has 16 teams divided into two groups.[26][27]

Team City
M015 Šabac
Miks Majur
Mladost 2014 Ub
Osečina Osečina
Radnički Valjevo Valjevo
OKK Šabac Šabac
Student 014 Valjevo
Železničar Lajkovac Lajkovac
Ivanjica Ivanjica
Mileševac Prijepolje
Mladost Čačak Čačak
Morava Zablaće
Play Off Užice
Sloga Požega Požega
Rađevac Krupanj
Užice Užice

West – Group Two[edit]

The West Group Two division has 16 teams divided into two groups.[28][29]

Team City
Bane Raška
Goč Vrnjačka Banja
Kopaonik Brus
Okanik Mataruška Banja
Prva Petoletka Trstenik
Sloga Elite Kraljevo
Stari Ras Novi Pazar
Trepča Kosovska Mitrovica[a]
OKK Kruševac Kruševac
Paraćin Paraćin
Sloga Batočina Batočina
Sloga Despotovac Despotovac
Sloga PNM Petrovac Na Mlavi
Smederevo 1953 Smederevo
Šumadija 2017 Aranđelovac
Zicer 2014 Gruža

Notes and references[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Kosovo is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Kosovo and the Republic of Serbia. The Republic of Kosovo unilaterally declared independence on 17 February 2008, but Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory. The two governments began to normalise relations in 2013, as part of the 2013 Brussels Agreement. Kosovo is currently recognized as an independent state by 98 out of the 193 United Nations member states. In total, 112 UN member states recognized Kosovo at some point, of which 14 later withdrew their recognition.

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