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Bahraini Premier League (basketball)

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Bahraini Premier League (basketball)

Bahraini Premier League
Current season, competition or edition:
2014–15 Bahraini Premier League
Sport Basketball
No. of teams 12
Country Bahrain
Most recent champion(s) Manama (19th title)
Most titles Manama (19 titles)
Official website

The Bahraini Premier League, also known as the Zain Basketball League, is a professional basketball league in Bahrain. The league consists of 12 teams. Al Manama are the current three-time defending champions.[1]


  • Current teams 1
  • Champions 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Current teams


  • 2001: Al Manama
  • 2002:
  • 2003: Al-Ahli
  • 2004: Al Manama
  • 2005:
  • 2006: Al Manama
  • 2007: Al-Ahli
  • 2008: Al-Muharraq
  • 2009: Al-Ahli
  • 2010: Al-Ahli
  • 2011: Al Hala
  • 2012: Al-Muharraq
  • 2013: Al Manama
  • 2014: Al Manama
  • 2015: Al Manama


  1. ^ Manama claim league crown

External links

  • Bahrain Premier League
  • Bahrain basketball
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