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1. B Federal Basketball League

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First B Federal League
Founded1980
First season1980–81
Folded1991
Country Yugoslavia
ConfederationFIBA Europe
Divisions2
Level on pyramid2
Promotion toFirst Federal League
Domestic cup(s)Yugoslav Cup

The Yugoslav First B Federal Basketball League (Serbo-Croatian: Prva B savezna košarkaška liga) was the 2nd-tier level basketball league of SFR Yugoslavia. The league's top performing clubs of each season, were promoted to the top tier level, the Yugoslav First Federal Basketball League.

Winners

Season Champion
1980–81 Socialist Republic of Serbia Borac Čačak
1981–82 Socialist Republic of Croatia Jugoplastika
1982–83 Socialist Republic of Serbia IMT
1983–84 Socialist Republic of Serbia Radnički Belgrade
Season West East
1984–85 Socialist Republic of Slovenia Smelt Olimpija Socialist Republic of Macedonia Rabotnički
1985–86 Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina Sloboda Dita Tuzla Socialist Republic of Macedonia MZT Skopje
1987–88 Socialist Republic of Serbia Vojvodina Socialist Republic of Serbia Prvi partizan Užice
1988–89 Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina Sloboda Dita Tuzla Socialist Republic of Serbia Zorka Šabac
1989–90 Socialist Republic of Croatia Šibenka Socialist Republic of Montenegro Budućnost
1990–91 Socialist Republic of Croatia Oveco Zagreb Socialist Republic of Macedonia Rabotnički

Adriatic League

In 2017, ABA League created Adriatic League Second Division.

See also

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