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KK Ibar
KK Ibar logo
LeagueMontenegrin League
Founded1984; 36 years ago (1984)
HistoryKK Ibar
ArenaLarge hall of SC Rožaje
LocationRožaje, Montenegro
Team colorsGreen and White
PresidentIzet Bralić
Head coachDragan Kostić
Most recent season position8
Championships1 Prva B Liga

KK Ibar is a professional basketball club from Rožaje, Montenegro. The team currently competes in the Erste Basketball League. They gained their status of a first division team by winning the second division league Prva B Liga in 2011/12.[1] The club also competes in all leagues for younger players.


KK Ibar was founded in 1981. by Faruk Tabaković and Faruk Kalić in Rožaje, SFR Yugoslavia. The club doesn't have huge successes in their history. The biggest success of the senior team is the title of Prva B Liga Championship in 2012. and the 2012/13 placement in the quarter final of the Montenegrin Cup.

Sports Center

Inside view of the SC Rožaje, Bandžovo Brdo
Inside view of the SC Rožaje, Bandžovo Brdo

Sports Center Rožaje[2] (Bosnian/Montenegrin: Sportski centar Rožaje) is a sport center located in Rožaje, Montenegro. The sports center is located on Bandžovo Brdo, next to the main city football stadium. Construction of this sports complex began in 2006. The director is Rešid Pepić. The complex was created by the decision of The Municipal Assembly of Rožaje number 1383 from 10.07.2006. The main activity of the complex is the management and maintenance of sports facilities as well as:

  • providing services in the field of sports and recreation
  • provision of sport competitions for the organization of sports events and training
  • provision of services to citizens and working collectives in sport and recreational activities
  • organizing sports and cultural and public events

The main arena is built for various sports, such as:

  • Basketball
  • Handball
  • Futsal
  • Table tennis
  • Indoor tennis
  • Volleyball
  • and other


KK Ibar is located in Montenegro
KK Ibar
KK Ibar
Location of Rožaje, Montenegro

Ibar fans are known as Gazije (Arabic: ghāzī or ghazah/gazi, from ghazw, pl. ghazawāt, armed incursion with the intention of conquering - Gazije were the defenders of Islam (Islamic fighters) in the period of the Ottoman Empire). The group is founded in 1996. The group's traditional colours are black and white, which are also the colours of the football club FK Ibar where Gazije first started giving their support. After the football club failed to reach the First Montenegrin League in 2006., 2007. and 2008., the footballers lost the support of fans since they failed to win the away play-off match against FK Dečić for the First league placement. The basketball club was first time supported by a big group of supporters in the first matches of Erste League.


Domestic competitions

Active sport clubs of Ibar
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Judo Table Tennis Karate
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Winners (0): none
Runners-up (0): none
Winners (1): 2012
Runners-up (0): none


Winners (0)': none
Runners-up (0): none
Best placement: Quarter finals (2014–15)


Current roster

KK Ibar Rožaje roster
Players Coaches
Pos. No. Nat. Name Ht. Wt. Age
G United States Smith, Nych 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) 24 – (1995-12-30)30 December 1995
Head coach
  • Montenegro Demir Kalić
Team manager
  • Montenegro Faruk Kalić

  • (C) Team captain
  • Injured

Updated: September 19, 2019

Note: Flags indicate national team eligibility at FIBA sanctioned events. Players may hold other non-FIBA nationality not displayed.

Depth Chart

Pos. Starting 5 Bench 1 Bench 2
C Asmir Numanović Hadžibegović Haris
PF Goran Oluić Alen Dacić Kenan Zejnelović
SF Armin Kalić Nedim Feleć Emir Kardović
SG Eldin Kalić Emir Kardović
PG Perović Marko Nurković Admir Nemanja Simović

Squad changes for the 2013–14 season


  • Serbia Goran Oluić (from Spain Quintanar)
  • Serbia Nemanja Simović (from Montenegro KK Ibar Junior Team)
  • Montenegro Alen Dacić (from Montenegro KK Ibar Junior Team)


  • Montenegro Živojin Grubović (to Estonia KK Pärnu)
  • United States Brandon Roberson (to Kosovo KB RTV 21)
  • Montenegro Mersudin Košuta
  • Serbia Filip Simić (to Serbia KK Radnički OB)
  • Serbia Vladimir Čuljković
  • Montenegro Demir Kalić
  • United States John Clack

2012/13 Results

2013/14 Results

First Erste League - Regular season

Team P Pld W L PD Pts
Montenegro Lovćen 1 8 7 1 84 15
Montenegro Sutjeska 2 8 6 2 67 14
Montenegro Zeta 2011 3 8 5 3 28 13
Montenegro Teodo 4 8 5 3 12 13
Montenegro Ibar 5 8 5 3 2 13
Montenegro Mornar 6 8 4 4 22 12
Montenegro Jedinstvo 7 8 4 4 10 12
Montenegro Ulcinj 8 8 2 6 -9 10
Montenegro ABS Primorje 9 8 1 7 -64 9
Montenegro Centar 10 8 1 7 -152 9
Team Home  Away 
Montenegro KK Mornar 83-80 W
Montenegro KK ABS Primorje 66-62 W
Montenegro KK Teodo 56-55 W
Montenegro KK Centar 98-64 W
Montenegro KK Lovćen 72-61 L
Montenegro KK Ulcinj 69-68 W
Montenegro KK Sutjeska
Montenegro KK Jedinstvo 73-58 L
Montenegro KK Zeta 2011 72-57 L

Notable players

In the short history of the basketball club Ibar from Rožaje, the best players who played for the club are from the team which lead this team to the First Montenegrin league in front of with Mersudin Kušuta. Most of those players play still in the club. In the first appearances as a top league team, one of the most notable players was Brandon Roberson from the United States who left the club after the first half of the season 2012/2013.

Notable former players

  • United States Brandon Roberson


Official Shirt Sponsor ALDI
Official Broadcaster TV APR


External links

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