Serbia KLS 04/12 17:30 30 [14] Mladost Zemun v Spartak Subotica [2] W 82-79
Serbia KLS 04/06 14:00 29 Vojvodina v Mladost L 97-57
Serbia KLS 04/03 17:30 28 [14] Sloga v Mladost Zemun [13] L 91-80
Serbia KLS 03/29 16:00 27 [13] Mladost Zemun v Zdravlje Leskovac [16] W 109-87
Serbia KLS 03/24 18:00 26 [12] OKK Beograd v Mladost Zemun [13] L 96-95
Serbia KLS 03/16 15:00 25 [14] Mladost Zemun v Cacak 94 [8] W 86-80
Serbia KLS 03/09 17:00 24 [7] SPD Radnicki v Mladost Zemun [12] L 79-70
Serbia KLS 03/04 16:00 23 [14] Mladost Zemun v Sloboda Uzice [8] L 68-97
Serbia KLS 02/28 17:00 22 [6] Joker v Mladost Zemun [12] L 94-82
Serbia KLS 02/12 16:00 21 [15] Mladost Zemun v Novi Pazar [14] W 102-62
Serbia KLS 02/03 17:30 20 [13] Tamis v Mladost Zemun [12] L 80-76
Serbia KLS 01/29 15:00 18 [11] Dynamic Beograd v Mladost Zemun [14] L 85-81

Wikipedia - KK Mladost Zemun

Košarkaški klub Mladost (Serbian Cyrillic: Кошаркашки клуб Младост), commonly referred to as KK Mladost Zemun or as Mladost Maxbet due to sponsorship reasons, is a men's professional basketball club based in Zemun, near Belgrade, Serbia. They are currently competing in the Basketball League of Serbia.

Mladost Zemun is a professional basketball team based in the municipality of Zemun, Serbia. The team was founded in 1946 and has a rich history of success in Serbian basketball. Mladost Zemun competes in the Serbian First League, which is the second-highest level of professional basketball in Serbia.

The team's home arena is the Sports Center "Pinki", which has a seating capacity of 2,500 spectators. The team's colors are blue and white, and their logo features a stylized basketball with the team's name written in bold letters.

Mladost Zemun has a strong tradition of developing young talent and has produced several notable players who have gone on to play in top European leagues. The team's style of play is characterized by fast-paced, high-scoring basketball, with an emphasis on teamwork and ball movement.

In recent years, Mladost Zemun has enjoyed a resurgence in success, winning the Serbian First League championship in the 2018-19 season and earning promotion to the top-tier ABA League 2. With a talented roster and a dedicated fan base, Mladost Zemun is poised to continue its success and establish itself as one of the top basketball teams in Serbia.