Throughout its history, Union Olimpija has been well known as the main, if not only pillar of Slovenian club basketball and a symbol for quality basketball in Slovenia in general. The club was founded in 1946 as part of the Svoboda Physical Culture Society and was renamed to Enotnost the same year, before adopting name AŠK Olimpija in 1954. According to the name of its sponsor, it was renamed to Union Olimpija in 1997, the name that it has worn until today.

Glory Days

Full trophy case at any given point reminds us at the famous days of Union Olimpija's past. The club was one of the main powerhouses already in the former Yugoslavia, where it climbed on top 6 times, during the era of excellent generation led by Ivo Daneu. However, the brightest moment fort he green and white came in 1994, when the club from Ljubljana has beaten Taugres in the final of European Cup Winners Cup in Lausanne, led by legendary head coach Zmago Sagadin from the bench. Under the same coach, the Dragons also reached Euroleague Final Four tournament in 1997 and became the first ever champion of the old ABA League in 2002.
Club Information
KK Petrol Olimpija, Ljubljana

Vojkova cesta 100, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia

+386 (0)31 810 921

President:Tomaž Berločnik
General Manager:Roman Lisac

Venue Dvorana Stožice
Vojkova cesta 100, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia

Trophy Case

European Cup Winners Cup


Goodyear League


Slovenian National Championship

1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2017, 2018

Slovenian National Cup

1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2017

Slovenian Supercup

2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2013, 2017

Yugoslavian National Championship

1957, 1959, 1961, 1962, 1966, 1970

Club Transfers

Players left Season 2020/21

Jordan Morgan (Banvit)
Devin Oliver (Banvit)
Gregor Hrovat (medi Bayreuth)
Erazem Lorbek
Domen Lorbek (Igokea)
Maks Klanjšček
Marko Simonović (Roseto)
Scottie Reynolds
Blaž Mesiček
Jalek Felton
Igor Tratnik (Helios Suns)
Mirza Begić (Mornar)
Nenad Miljenović
Aleksandar Lazić (Sixt Primorska)

Players arrived Season 2020/21

Luka Šamanić (Barcelona Lassa II)
Marvin Jones (Colossos)
Marko Simonović (Mens Sana Siena)
Jan Rebec (Šenčur Gorenjska gradbena družba)
Miha Lapornik (Cluj-Napoca)
Jalek Felton (North Carolina University)
Aleksandar Lazić (Mega Bemax)
Blaž Mesiček (Brindisi)
Petar Vujačić (Rogaška)
Scottie Reynolds (Zenit St. Petersburg)
Marko Simonović (Roseto)
Domen Lorbek (Igokea)
Nenad Miljenović (OKK Belgrade)
Boban Tomić (Levickí Patrioti)

Team Roster

# Name Position Height Date of Birth Nationality
Boban Tomić Guard 189 30.05.1988 Slovenian
6 Jan Špan Guard 189 20.11.1992 Slovenian
7 Dražen Bubnić Power Forward 207 13.01.1986 Slovenian
9 Luka Šamanić Power Forward 208 09.01.2000 Croatian
10 Domen Lorbek Guard 198 06.03.1985 Slovenian
13 Miha Lapornik Shooting Guard 192 18.10.1993 Slovenian
30 Issuf Vladlen Sanon Shooting Guard 208 30.10.1999 Ukrainian
55 Erjon Kastrati Shooting Guard 198 30.12.1994 Slovenian
Jurij Zdovc 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