Jugoslavija




One of the most important basketball countries in the world




The BAM was born in Belgrade - See BAM (Hi)story




Actual World Champion (1998-2006)




Actual European Champion (2001-2003)




The results in the International BAM Competitions:

1996: Third place on the First International BAM CUP (Boys), Lausanne, Switzerland

1997: First place on the Second International BAM CUP (Boys), Lissone, Italy

1999: First place on the European BAM Tournament (Girls), Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria

1999: Second place on the European BAM Tournament (Boys), Moscow, Russia

1999: Second place on the Fourth European BAM CUP (Girls), Budapest, Hungary

2000: First place on the European BAM Tournament (Boys-Partizan Beograd), Sopron, Hungary

2000: First place on the European BAM Tournament (Girls-Vozdovac Beograd), Zalakaros, Hungary

2000: First place on the Fifth European BAM CUP (Boys), Sopron, Hungary

2000: Third place on the Third European BAM CUP (Girls), Sopron, Hungary

2000: Third place on the European Final BAM Tournament (CL Boys-Partizan Beograd), Varese, Italy

2000: First place on the European Final BAM Tournament (CL Girls--Vozdovac Beograd), Rome, Italy

2001: First place on the European BAM CUP (Boys), Biograd, Croatia

2001: First place on the European BAM CUP (Girls), Slavonski Brod, Croatia

2002: First place on the European BAM CUP (Girls), Novi Sad, Yugoslavia

2002: First place on the European BAM CUP (Boys), Leskovac, Yugoslavia




Basketball Federation of Yugoslavia (Kosarkaski Savez Jugoslavije)
Phone: +381.113400821 - E-mail: ksj@ptt.yu