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Prva B Liga
Founded2006; 14 years ago (2006)
First season2006–07
Country Montenegro
Number of teams6[1]
Level on pyramid2
Promotion toPrva A Liga
Domestic cup(s)Montenegrin Cup
Current championsBerane Bobcats (1st title)

The Prva B Liga, also known as Second Montenegrin League, is the second-tier of domestic basketball league system in Montenegro. The competition was founded in 2006.

History and format

During its first season, Prva B Liga (which means First B League) was organized through two groups.[2] But, during the last season, there is one competition.
The winner gains promotion to the Montenegrin Basketball League and the runner-up plays with the bottom five teams of the regular season of the First Erste League. The bottom two teams from the play-out group relegate to the Second League.

Current teams

Team City Arena Capacity
Berane Bobcats Berane Hala Sportova Berane 3.000
KK Centar Bijelo Polje
KK Rudar Pljevlja
KK Stršljen Gusinje
KK Zeta Podgorica


Below is a list of Montenegrin Second League (Prva B Liga) champions from its inaugural season (2006–07).

Season Champion Runner-up
2006–07 Primorje Herceg Novi Studentski Centar Podgorica
2007–08 Budva Kotor
2008–09 Teodo Tivat UM Podgorica
2009–10 Ljubović Podgorica Sutjeska Nikšić
2010–11 Sutjeska Nikšić Podgorica
2011–12 Ibar Rožaje Centar Bijelo Polje
2012–13 Zeta Golubovci Gorštak Kolašin
2013–14 Danilovgrad Mediteran Bar
2014–15 Orion Budva Studentski Centar Podgorica
2015–16 Primorje Herceg Novi Orion Budva
2016–17 Berane Centar Bijelo Polje
2017–18 Zeta Golubovci Stršljen Gusinje
2018–19 All Stars Spuž Teodo Tivat

See also


External links

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