Team

Beginnings

The Belgrade Red and White began their famous history on 4 March 1945 at Kalemegdan, Belgrade, where it also played its first games ever. And since its very beginnings were glorious, it is no wonder that Crvena zvezda Telekom became one of the most well known clubs from this part of Europe and one of the clubs with the greatest fan bases in entire Europe.

Glory Days

The club went on a trophy-winning streak immediately after it has been established and won 10 straight Yugoslavian National championship trophies since 1946. Today, its trophy case includes all domestic trophies of former Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro and Serbia, as well as the ABA League trophy, won in 2015. Zvezda also posesses one European cup trophy – the title of the winner of European Cup Winners Cup from 1974. Since 2013/14 season, Zvezda is a member of Euroleague again and is representing our competition well in the elite European club competition. In 2015, Zvezda became the champion of ABA League for the first time, by beating Cedevita 3:1 in victories in the Finals of Playoffs.
Club Information
KK Crvena zvezda MTS, Beograd

Mali Kalemegdan 2, 11000 Beograd

www.kkcrvenazvezda.rs

office@kkcrvenazvezda.rs

+381 11 3284 780

+381 11 2570 101

Administration
President:Nebojša Čović
General Manager:Filip Sunturlić

Venue Dvorana Aleksandar Nikolić
Čarli Čaplina 39, 11000 Beograd, Serbia
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Trophy Case

ABA League j.t.d.

2016, 2017

ABA League

2015

European Cup Winners Cup

1974

National Championship of S&MN

1993, 1994, 1998

National Cup of S&MN

2004, 2006

Serbian Championship

2015, 2016, 2017, 2018

Serbian National Cup 

2013, 2014, 2015, 2017

Yugoslavian National Championship

1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1969, 1972

Yugoslavian National Cup

1971, 1973, 1975

Club Transfers

Players left 2018-19

Mathias Lessort (Unicaja)
Alen Omić
Taylor Rochestie (Tianjin Gold Lions)
Pero Antić
James Feldeine (Hapoel Jerusalem)
Nemanja Dangubić
Nikola Jovanović (Trento)
Stefan Janković
Lazar Vasić
Nemanja Popović


Players arrived 2018-19

Billy Baron (Eskişehir Basket)
Dušan Ristić (Arizona Wildcats)
Maik Zirbes (Bayern)
Michael Ojo (FMP)
Stratos Perperoglou (Hapoel Jerusalem)
Mouhammad Faye (Promitheas)
Joe Ragland (Lokomotiv Kuban)
Aleksa Radanov (FMP)
Boriša Simanić (FMP)
Nemanja Nenadić (FMP)

Team Roster

# Name Position Height Date of Birth Nationality
Filip Čović Guard 178 05.06.1989 Serbian
Mouhammad Faye Power Forward 206 14.09.1985 Senegalese
Nemanja Nenadić Shooting Guard 197 02.01.1994 Serbian
Michael Ojo Center 216 05.01.1993 Nigerian-American
Stratos Perperoglou Forward 203 07.08.1984 Greek
Aleksa Radanov Guard 202 01.02.1998 Serbian
Joe Ragland Guard 182 11.11.1989 American/Liberian
Dušan Ristić Center 214 27.11.1995 Serbian
Boriša Simanić Power Forward 208 20.03.1998 Serbian
Maik Zirbes Center 208 29.01.1990 German
4 Marko Kešelj Forward 206 02.01.1988 Serbian
7 Dejan Davidovac Forward 202 17.01.1995 Serbian
10 Branko Lazić Shooting Guard 195 12.01.1989 Serbian
12 Billy Baron Guard 188 11.12.1990 American
13 Ognjen Dobrić Forward 200 27.09.1994 Serbian
Milan Tomić Coach

Club Statistics

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Game Stats

overall FG2 FG3 FT Rebs Blck Foul
Pts % M A % M A % M A % D O Ass St To Fv Ag Cm Rv Val

Player Stats

overall FG2 FG3 FT Rebs Blck Foul
GP Min Pts % M A % M A % M A % D O Ass St To Fv Ag Cm Rv Val

FG2, FG3 - Field Goals

M - Made

Ag - Against

Rebs - Rebounds

St - Steals

FT - Free Throws

A - Attempted

Foul - Foul

D - Defensive

To - Turnover


Min - Minutes

Blck - Blocks

Cm - Committed

O - Offensive

Val - rank Value


Pts - Points

Fv - in Favoure of

Rv - Received

Ass - Assists

W - Won, L - Lost