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Kazakhstan Basketball Championship

Kazakhstan Division I Basketball League (KBL)
Sport Basketball
No. of teams 5
Country Kazakhstan
Continent Europe / Asia
Most recent champion(s) BC Astana
(3rd title)
Related competitions Kazakhstan Cup
Level on pyramid 1st Tier (Kazakhstan)
Official website (Kazakh)

The Kazakhstan Division I Basketball League (KBL) is the highest tier professional basketball league in Kazakhstan. Although Kazakhstan is a member of the FIBA Asia basketball zone, the country lies within both Europe and Asia. Therefore, teams from the Kazakh national basketball league are eligible to compete in international club competitions in both Asian and European leagues. And teams from the Kazakh national league have in fact competed in international leagues in both Asia and Europe, such as the FIBA Asia Champions Cup, the Baltic League, the FIBA EuroChallenge, and the VTB United League.


  • Teams 1
  • Champions 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4



Season Champion Finalist Finals Result
2004–05 Astana Tigers
2005–06 Astana Tigers BC Tobol 3:2
2006–07 Astana Tigers BC Tobol 3:0
2007–08 Astana Tigers BC Almaty 3:1
2008–09 Astana Tigers BC Tobol 2:0
2009–10 Astana Tigers BC Tobol 2:0
2010–11 BC Barsy Atyrau BC Tobol 3:0
2011–12 BC Astana BC Barsy Atyrau 3:0
2012–13 BC Astana BC Barsy Atyrau 3:0
2013–14 BC Astana BC Barsy Atyrau 3:0

See also

External links

  • Kazakhstan National Basketball Federation (Kazakh)
  • League Page

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