KK Spartak Office Shoes, Subotica


:  Basketball club Spartak has been founded on 21 April 1945. It is one of the oldest clubs of former Yugoslavia. In 1991 it became a member of the First Federal Basketball League of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Since then and until 2019, it has been a member of the domestic elite competitions 18 times. Lots of notable players have arrived from Spartak, such as Dejan Koturović, Dejan Mišković, Vladimir Đokić and Nikola Kalinić, to name just a few of them. Within the club, they are extremely proud of the fact, that nowadays no less than 600 youngsters attend their basketball academy free of charge.

Glory Days

: Spartak used to accomplish its greatest moments in the 1990s. If we focus just on the brightest moments, we can singe out the Serbian Radivoj Korać Cup Final in the 1995 against Partizan Belgrade, two semifinals of the domestic national championship (1992/93 and 1994/95) and three episodes in the European competitions. Over the past two seasons, the club has recorded several successes under the name Spartak Office Shoes. The club finished the 2022/23 season as a vice-champion of the Basketball League of Serbia (KLS), which earned it a chance to qualify for a spot in the NLB ABA League 2 for the first time ever. The club has also played in the Final Tournament of the Serbian Radivoj Korać Cup the same season. The new era has dawned for the Subotica basketball in that 2023/24 season, as Spartak Office Shoes won the NLB ABA League 2 Championship trophy and qualified for the top-tier regional club competition.  

Club Information

Dimitrija Tudovića 2, 24000 Subotica SHOW MAP


President:Slobodan Jaramazović
General Manager:Darko Papac


Hala sportova „Dudova Šuma“
Ferenca Sepa 3, 24000 Subotica SHOW MAP

Trophy Case

NLB ABA League 2


Club Transfers

Players left Season 2024/25

William Mosley
Aleksandar Marelja
Dusan Kutlesic
Aleksandar Lazic
Aleksandar Sokolovic
Relja Nagulic
Miroslav Bogdanovic

Players arrived Season 2024/25

Stefan Momirov (Rio Breogan)
Matej Rudan (Rio Breogan)
Danilo Nikolić (Limoges)
Raza Kajami-Keane (Niners Chemnitz)
Rasir Bolton (Antwerp Giants)
Devon Daniels (Spojnia Stargrad)
Dušan Miletić (Slask Wroclaw)

Team Roster

# Name Position Height Date of Birth Nationality
Rasir Bolton Guard 190 27.09.1999 USA
Devon Daniels Forward 196 18.06.1998 USA
Kaza Kajami-Keane Guard 185 27.01.1994
Dušan Miletić Center 212 30.07.1998 SRB
Stefan Momirov Shooting Guard 198 18.12.1999 SRB
Danilo Nikolić Power Forward 205 08.04.1993 MNE
Matej Rudan Power Forward 208 21.03.2001 HRV
2 Pavle Steljić Shooting Guard 189 23.10.2007 SRB
3 Luka Cerovina Forward 200 08.04.2000 SRB
4 Aleksandar Cvetković Guard 188 12.09.1993 SRB
7 Pavle Stepanović Power Forward 207 14.12.2002 SRB
9 Miloš Milisavljević Shooting Guard 191 07.09.1993 SRB
10 Nemanja Gordić Guard 193 25.09.1988 BIH
11 Dušan Radosavljević Forward 203 03.11.2001 SRB
13 Vojin Medarević Power Forward 206 07.06.2002 SRB
14 Jovan Vuković Center 213 24.01.2007 SRB
15 Marko Tejić Power Forward 209 04.08.1995 SRB
88 Filip Barna Forward 201 05.12.1999 SRB
Vladimir Jovanović Coach

Club Statistics

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Game Stats

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 - Index Value

Pts - Points

Fv - in Favoure of

Rv - Received

Ass - Assists

W - Won, L - Lost