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Belarusian Premier League (basketball)

Belarusian Premier League
Sport Basketball
Founded 1992
No. of teams 7
Country Belarus
Continent FIBA Europe
Most recent champion(s) Tsmoki-Minsk
(5 titles)
Most titles Grodno-93
(8 titles)
Level on pyramid 1
Official website bbf.by

The Belarusian Premier League is the highest professional basketball league in Belarus.

Clubs

Champions

Season Champion Score Runner-up Third place
1992–93 RTI Minsk RTI-2 Minsk ENKA Minsk Region
1993–94 RTI-2-RUOR Minsk RTI Minsk Avtozavodets Misnk
1994–95 RTI Minsk Grodno-93 Avtozavodets Minsk
1995–96 Grodno-93 RTI Minsk Avtozavodets Misnk
1996–97 RUOR Minsk Grodno-93 RTI Misnk
1997–98 Grodno-93 Lokomotiv Vitebsk OZAA Osipovichi
1999–00 Grodno-93 Spartak Gomel OZAA Osipovichi
2000–01 Grodno-93 RTI Minsk Spartak Gomel
2001–02 Grodno-93 Spartak Gomel OZAA Osipovichi
2002–03 Grodno-93 RTI RUOR Minsk BC Minsk
2003–04 Grodno-93 Lokomotiv Vitebsk RSHVSM Minsk
2004–05 Vitalyur-RGUOR Minsk Grodno-93 Lokomotiv Vitebsk
2005–06 Vitalyur-RGUOR Minsk Grodno-93 Lokomotiv Vitebsk
2006–07 Vitalyur-RGUOR Minsk Grodno-93 OZAA Osipovichi
2007–08 Vitalyur-RGUOR Minsk Minsk 2006 OZAA Osipovichi
2008–09 Minsk 2006 3–0 Vitalyur-RGUOR Minsk OZAA Osipovichi
2009–10 Minsk 2006 3–0 Grodno-93 OZAA Osipovichi
2010–11 Minsk 2006 3–0 Grodno-93 OZAA Osipovichi
2011–12 Minsk 2006 97–74 Grodno-93 OZAA Osipovichi
2012–13 Tsmoki-Minsk 3–0 Grodno-93 Tsmoki-Minsk II
2013–14 Tsmoki-Minsk 3–1 Grodno-93 Sozh Gomel

External links

  • Belarusian Basketball Federation Official Site (Russian)
  • Eurobasket.com League Page


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