Croatia A1 Liga 05/24 18:00 1 Zadar vs Split - View
Croatia A1 Liga 05/26 18:00 1 Zadar vs Split - View
Croatia A1 Liga 05/29 18:00 1 Split vs Zadar - View


Croatia A1 Liga 05/15 18:00 2 [3] Cibona v Split [2] W 67-96
Croatia A1 Liga 05/12 18:00 2 [2] Split v Cibona [3] W 89-74
Croatia A1 Liga 05/05 17:00 3 [7] Dubrovnik v Split [2] W 74-82
Croatia A1 Liga 05/02 17:00 3 [2] Split v Dubrovnik [7] W 100-78
Croatia A1 Liga 04/26 17:30 33 [2] Split v Skrljevo [11] W 97-84
Croatia A1 Liga 04/22 17:00 32 [1] Zadar v Split [2] L 93-74
Croatia A1 Liga 04/15 15:00 31 [2] Split v Bosco [12] W 113-62
Croatia A1 Liga 04/12 18:00 30 [2] Split v Cibona [3] W 79-72
Adriatic League 04/07 16:00 26 [9] Split v Crvena Zvezda [1] L 73-92
Croatia A1 Liga 04/05 16:00 29 [4] Cedevita Junior v Split [2] L 108-76
Croatia A1 Liga 04/02 18:30 28 [2] Split v Dinamo Zagreb [5] W 74-51
Adriatic League 03/31 16:00 25 [6] Mega Basket v Split [9] L 92-78

Wikipedia - KK Split

Košarkaški klub Split (English: Split Basketball Club), commonly referred to as KK Split or simply Split, is a men's professional basketball club based in Split, Croatia. The club competes in the ABA League and the Croatian League.


The club's roots are found in Hajduk sports society's basketball section, which was established in 1945. After three years of mostly sporadic activity, in 1948, the club established its own organizational structure known as KK Hajduk, which was independent of sports society. In the next year, 1949, the club changed its name to KK Split.

After competing in the Yugoslav lower divisions for more than a decade, the club finally made it to the Yugoslav top-tier level Yugoslav First Federal League, for the 1963–64 season, and it stayed there until the breakup of Yugoslavia.

In 1967, the club adopted–for sponsorship reasons–the name Jugoplastika (Jugoplastika was a factory of clothing, accessories, and footwear products, made from thermoplastic materials and fiberglass; the original predecessor of AD Plastik), and kept it until the end of the 1989–90 season. In the next season, the club participated in the worldwide, national domestic, and European competitions, under the sponsorship of POP 84 (an Italian clothes company from Ancona).

KK Split is among the most successful clubs in European basketball history. They are, together with the first champions of the competition, Rīgas ASK, the only team to win the EuroLeague trophy three times in a row. In the years 1989, 1990, and 1991, the team, which was known back then as Jugoplastika and POP 84, with players like Dino Rađa, Toni Kukoč, Žan Tabak, Velimir Perasović and Zoran Savić, won the European top-tier level basketball trophy.

Apart from these successes, the club also reached the FIBA European Champions Cup final in 1972, and the FIBA European Cup Winners' Cup final in 1973. It lost both finals against the 1970s Italian League superpower Ignis Varese, and the Soviet Union League club Spartak Leningrad. KK Split also won back-to-back Korać Cup titles in 1976, against Chinamartini Torino, and in 1977, against Alco Bologna.

The Split basketball team is a professional basketball club based in Split, Croatia. Founded in 1945, the team has a rich history and is one of the most successful basketball clubs in Croatia. The team competes in the Croatian League and has won numerous championships and cups over the years.

Known for their passionate fan base and competitive spirit, the Split basketball team is a force to be reckoned with on the court. The team is known for their fast-paced style of play, strong defense, and skilled players who can shoot from long range and drive to the basket with ease.

The team's colors are blue and white, and their home games are played at the iconic Gripe Sports Hall in Split. The team has produced many talented players who have gone on to have successful careers in both domestic and international basketball leagues.

Overall, the Split basketball team is a powerhouse in Croatian basketball and continues to be a dominant force in the sport.