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Sigal Prishtina

KB Prishtina
Club crest
Nickname Sigal Prishtina
Leagues ETC Superliga
Balkan International Basketball League
Founded 1970
History 1970 - Present
Arena Pallati i Rinisë dhe Sporteve
(Capacity: 3,000)
Location Pristina, Kosovo[1]
Team colors White and Blue
President Qoban Stavileci
Head coach Marin Dokuzovski
Team captain Edmond Azemi
Championships 9 National Championships
8 National Cups
2 National Supercups
Home jersey
Team colours
Away jersey
Team colours

KB Prishtina is a professional basketball club based in Kosovo.[1] The club competes in the Kosovo ETC Superleague and in the Balkan International Basketball League (BIBL). KB Prishtina is the most successful club in Kosovo. During the last 13 years, KB Prishtina has won 9 National Championships, 8 National Cups and 3 Super cups. During this year, Sigal Prishtina will compete in the Balkan International Basketball League (BIBL).

Basketball Hall

The club currently plays its home games in the "Lesser Coliseum" (Salla e Vogël) of the Youth Palace, which has a maximum occupancy of 2,000 spectators. The Youth Palace also has a "Greater Coliseum" with a capacity of around 6,000, but the arena was damaged by fire. Commentators and fans have called for the "Greater Coliseum" to be renovated and used for Sigal Prishtina's home games.[1]

  • Club competes on:
    • ETC Superleague of Kosovo
    • Kosovo Cup
    • Kosovo Supercup
    • Balkan International Basketball League (BIBL.)


Name No. Nationality YOB Height
Sabit Hadžić
Fikret Shatri
Albert Sylejmani
Dardan Berisha 11 1988 1,93
Muhamed Hasani 12 1988 1,90
Jordan Hulls 10 1988 1,88
Edmond Azemi (Captain) 4 1980 2,10
Granit Rugova (Vice Captain) 9 1986 1,99
Edin Bavčić 8 1990 2,05
Power Forwards / Centers
Fisnik Rugova 7 1989 2,07
Blerim Mazreku 15 1981 2,10
Aurimas Kieža 13 1982 2,02
Gary McGhee 14 1988 2,10
Urim Zenelaj 16 1991 2,12

Updated: 28 april 2014

Notable former players

External links

  • Basketball Federation Of Kosovo
  • Fan page

Notes and References


  1. ^ a b Kosovo is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Serbia and the Republic of Kosovo. The latter declared independence on 17 February 2008, but Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory. Kosovo's independence has been recognised by 108 out of 193 United Nations member states.
  1. ^ Getoar Mjeku, "Shpallje: Shes shpirtin," Qe Shqip (27 Sept. 2014)
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