KK Borac Čačak

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KK Borac Čačak
Founded April 25, 1945
Hall Hala Borca kraj Morave
(4,000 seats)
Homepage kkborac.rs
president Velimir Stanojevic
Trainer Aleksandar Bjelić
league Košarkaška liga Srbije (KLS)
2014/15: 7th place
Colours Red & white
Jersey colors
Jersey colors
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Jersey colors
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The KK Borac Cacak (officially on Serbian : Кошаркашки клуб Борац Чачак - КК Борац Цацак, Košarkaški club Borac Cacak  - KK Borac Cacak , German  basketball club Borac Čačak ), usually as Borac Čačak or in its short form Borac ( "Fighter" and "The Fighters ”) is the basketball department of Borac Čačak, a Serbian sports club from the town of Čačak , founded in 1945 , one of the most important basketball centers in Serbia.


The club was founded in Čačak on April 25, 1945 , but basketball was extremely popular there long before that. Over time, the city and the club developed into the most important basketball centers in the former Yugoslavia and present-day Serbia , as they produced numerous Yugoslav and Serbian player and coach talents or some of them spent some time of their young career at Borac Čačak. Thus began Dragan Kićanović , Olympic and world champion, and Željko Obradović , as player and coach world champion, two members or future members of the FIBA Hall of Fame her career at Borac Cacak. Obradović became one of the most successful coaches in European basketball, in addition to the world championship title, he also won the European league of FIBA Europe and ULEB eight times as a coach . Others, such as Miloš Teodosić , vice world and European champion and European basketball player of the year 2010, played for the club at a young age. The club currently plays in the Košarkaška liga Srbije (KLS), the highest Serbian basketball league.


The club plays its home games in the 4,000-seat Hala Borca kraj Morave , also known as Hala kraj Morave or Dvorana kraj Morave . The venue, built in 1969, was extensively renovated in 2009.


An average of 2,500 spectators attend the club's home games.

Well-known former players


  1. a b c d e Official website of the Borc Čačak basketball club: Istorijat (Serbian)

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