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National Basketball League (Lithuania)

National Basketball League (Lithuania)
Sport Basketball
Founded 2005
No. of teams 14
Country  Lithuania
Most recent champion(s) Klaipėdos Nafta-Universitetas
Level on pyramid 2nd tier
Promotion to LKL
Relegation to RKL
Official website

The National Basketball League (Lithuanian: Nacionalinė krepšinio lyga) was founded in 2005. NKL is the second-tier basketball minor league (the top division is Lietuvos Krepšinio Lyga (LKL) in Lithuania. Currently the NKL consists of 14 teams.


  • League teams 1
  • League champions 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

League teams

2015/16 teams

Team Arena Capacity City Foundation
BC „Delikatesas“ Saulės elementery school sport hall 200 Joniškis 1994
BC „Ežerūnas-Karys“ Molėtai arena 500 Molėtai 2009
BC „Lietkabelis-2“ ? ? Panevežys 1999
BC „Nafta-Uni-Akvaservis“ Klaipėda KKRC 400 Klaipėda 1987
BC „Mažeikiai“ Mažeikiai Venta school sport hall 800 Mažeikiai 2005
BC „Palanga“ Palanga arena 1000 Palanga 2014
BC „Perlas-MRU“ MRU sport hall 250 Vilnius 2013
BC „Petrochema-Dextra“ Jonava KKSC sport hall 200 Jonava 1999
BC „Rasai“ „Karpynė“ sport hall 500 Raseiniai 1992
BC „Sūduva-Mantinga“ Marijampolė ŽSM sport hall 600 Marijampolė 2006
BC „Šilutė“ Mažeikiai Venta school sport hall 800 Šilutė 1990
BC „Telšiai“ Telšiai sport and recreation cneter 200 Telšiai 2012
KK „Trakai“ LOSC Trakai sport hall 500 Trakai 2011
BC „Zanavykas“ Šakiai JKSC sport hall 800 Šakiai 2005
BC „Žalgiris-2“ Žalgiris training facility 500 Kaunas 1999

League champions

Season Champion Runner-up Third Place
2005–2006 Vilniaus „Akademija-MRU“[1] Klaipėdos „Nafta-Uni-Laivitė“ Anykščių „Puntukas-Jarimpeksas“[2]
2006–2007 Klaipėdos „Nafta-Uni-Laivitė“[3] Jonavos „SK Dextera“ Pakruojo „Meresta“[4]
2007–2008 Kauno „Žalgiris-Sabonio mokykla“[5] Palangos „Naglis-Adarkis“ Jonavos „SK Dextera“[6]
2008–2009 Prienų „Rūdupis“[7] Pakruojo „Meresta“ Mažeikių „Mažeikiai“[8]
2009–2010 Palangos „Naglis-Adarkis“[9] Jonavos „SK Triobet Malsta“ Mažeikių „Mažeikiai“[10]
2010–2011 Pasvalio „Pieno žvaigždės“[11] Mažeikių „Mažeikiai“ Klaipėdos „Nafta-Universitetas“[12]
2011–2012 Kauno „LKKA-Atletas“[13] Vilniaus „Statyba“ Kauno „Žalgiris-Sabonio krepšinio centras“[14]
2012–2013 Mažeikių „Mažeikiai“[15] Alytaus „Dzūkija“ Kauno „Žalgiris-2“
2013–2014 Mažeikių „Mažeikiai“[16] Trakų „Trakai“ Molėtų „Tiumenas-Ežerūnas“
2014–2015 Klaipėdos „Nafta-Uni-Akvaservis“[17] Molėtų „Ežerūnas-Karys“ Marijampolės „Sūduva-Mantinga“


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External links

  • Official website of National Basketball League (Lithuanian)
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