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Yugoslav Basketball Cup

Yugoslav Basketball Cup
Sport Basketball
Founded 1959
Country 23x15px SFR Yugoslavia
23x15px FR Yugoslavia
Ceased 1991–92 (SFR Yugoslavia)
2001–02 (FR Yugoslavia)
Related competitions Yugoslav First League, Yugoslav 1. B League

The Yugoslav Basketball Cup, or Yugoslavian Basketball Cup, was the national basketball cup competition of the former SFR Yugoslavia and FR Yugoslavia. The first SFR Yugoslav Cup was held in the year 1959, and the last one was held in the year 1990-91 season. While the FR Yugoslavia Cup was held from the 1991–92 season to the 2001–02 season.

Title holders (1959–2002)

Yugoslav Cup Finals

Year Host City Champion Runner Up Final
1959 Belgrade 23x15px Ljubljana 23x15px OKK Belgrade
1960 Slavonski Brod 23x15px OKK Belgrade 23x15px Olimpija
1962 Belgrade 23x15px OKK Belgrade 23x15px Partizan 103-82
1968–69 Zagreb 23x15px Lokomotiva 23x15px Olimpija 78-77
1969–70 Split 23x15px Zadar 23x15px Split (Jugoplastika) 64-60
1970–71 Ljubljana 23x15px Crvena Zvezda 23x15px Olimpija 82-70
1971–72 Zagreb 23x15px Split (Jugoplastika) 23x15px Lokomotiva 88-81
1972–73 Zagreb 23x15px Crvena Zvezda 23x15px Partizan 71-65
1973–74 Split 23x15px Split (Jugoplastika) 23x15px Crvena Zvezda 92-85
1974–75 Niš 23x15px Crvena Zvezda 23x15px Split (Jugoplastika) 82-72
1975–76 Užice 23x15px Radnički Belgrade 23x15px Rabotnički 88-81
1976–77 Zagreb 23x15px Split (Jugoplastika) 23x15px Kvarner 80-62
1977–78 Šabac 23x15px Bosna 23x15px Radnički Belgrade 98-87
1978–79 Niš 23x15px Partizan 23x15px Zadar 93-86
1979–80 Borovo 23x15px Cibona 23x15px Bosna 68-62
1980–81 Karlovac 23x15px Cibona 23x15px Kvarner 112-87
1981–82 Novi Sad 23x15px Cibona 23x15px Olimpija (Iskra) 90-79
1982–83 Bosanski Brod 23x15px Cibona 23x15px Rabotnički 92-79
1983–84 Metković 23x15px Bosna 23x15px Alkar 92-78
1984–85 Osijek 23x15px Cibona 23x15px Split (Jugoplastika) 104-83
1985–86 Novi Sad 23x15px Cibona 23x15px Bosna 110-98
1986–87 Niš 23x15px IMT Belgrade 23x15px Olimpija (Smelt) 76-73
1987–88 Rijeka 23x15px Cibona 23x15px Split (Jugoplastika) 82-80
1988–89 Maribor 23x15px Partizan 23x15px Split (Jugoplastika) 87-74
1989–90 Dubrovnik 23x15px Split (Jugoplastika) 23x15px Crvena Zvezda 79-77
1990–91 Rijeka 23x15px Split (Pop 84) 23x15px Cibona 80-79
1991–92 Niš 23x15px Partizan 23x15px Bosna 105-70
1992–93 Sremska Mitrovica 23x15px OKK Belgrade 23x15px Partizan 104-91
1993–94 Novi Sad 23x15px Partizan 23x15px Crvena Zvezda 104-102
1994–95 Čačak 23x15px Partizan 23x15px Spartak Subotica 84-81
1995–96 Nikšić 23x15px Budućnost 23x15px Partizan 126-115
1996–97 Niš 23x15px FMP 23x15px Partizan 105-92
1997–98 Nikšić 23x15px Budućnost 23x15px Beobanka 78-71
1998–99 Belgrade 23x15px Partizan 23x15px FMP 80-62
1999–00 Leskovac 23x15px Partizan 23x15px Zdravlje 79-66
2000–01 Vršac 23x15px Budućnost 23x15px Partizan 87-72
2001–02 Podgorica 23x15px Partizan 23x15px Budućnost 88-81

SFR Yugoslav Cup titles by club

Rank Club Titles Runner-up Champion Years
1. 23x15px Cibona 8 2 1968-69, 1979-80, 1980-81, 1981-82, 1982-83, 1984-85, 1985-86, 1987-88
2. 23x15px Split 5 5 1971-72, 1973-74, 1976-77, 1989-90, 1990-91
3. 23x15px Crvena Zvezda 3 2 1970-71, 1972-73, 1974-75
4. 23x15px Bosna 2 2 1977-78, 1983-84
5. 23x15px Partizan 2 2 1978-79, 1988-89
6. 23x15px OKK Belgrade 2 1 1960, 1962
7. 23x15px Zadar 1 1 1969-70
8. 23x15px Radnički Belgrade 1 1 1975-76
9. 23x15px Ljubljana 1 1959
10. 23x15px IMT Belgrade 1 1986-87
11. 23x15px Olimpija 5
12. 23x15px Rabotnički 2
13. 23x15px Kvarner 2
14. 23x15px Alkar 1

FR Yugoslav Cup titles by club

Rank Club Titles Runner-up Champion Years
1. 23x15px Partizan 6 4 1991-92, 1993-94, 1994-95, 1998-99, 1999-00, 2000-02
2. 23x15px Budućnost 3 1 1995-96, 1997-98, 2000-01
3. 23x15px FMP 1 1 1996-97
4. 23x15px OKK Belgrade 1 1992-93
5. 23x15px Bosna 1
6. 23x15px Crvena Zvezda 1
7. 23x15px Spartak Subotica 1
8. 23x15px Beobanka 1
9. 23x15px Zdravlje 1

See also

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