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Azerbaijan Basketball League

Azerbaijan Basketball League
Sport Basketball
No. of teams 6
Country Azerbaijan
Continent FIBA Europe (Europe)
Most recent champion(s) BC Gala Baku
Level on pyramid 1

The Azerbaijan Basketball League is the top men's professional basketball league in Azerbaijan.[1][2][3]

Contents

  • Clubs 1
  • Champions 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Clubs

Updated on March 20, 2014.[4] [5]
Club Place
Gala-Atena BC Baku
NTL-Maxiss Nakhchivan
Gyandzha Gyandzha
BC Aztop Baku
AzDBTIA Baku
Baki Dovlet Universiteti

Champions

Year Winner Runner up
1994 BC Mahsul Baku
1995 BC Mahsul Baku
1996 BC Mahsul Baku
1997 BC Anarbank Baku
1998 BC AZANS Baku
1999 BC AZANS Baku
2000 BC Bakili Baku
2001 BC Qarb Univetsitesi
2002 BC NTD Servis-Devon Baku
2003 BC Gala Baku
2004 BC Gala Baku
2005 BC Gala Baku
2006 BC Gala Baku
2007 BC NTD Servis-Devon Baku
2008 BC NTD Servis-Devon Baku
2009 Araz Nakchivan
2010 BC Araz Nakchivan
2011 BC Araz Nakchivan
2012 BC Gala Baku
2013 BC Gala Baku
2014 BC Gala Baku

References

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External links

  • Eurobasket.com League Page


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