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1970 (54 years old)


Pallati i Rinisë dhe Sporteve
(1,800 Capacity)

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Kosovo Basketball Superleague

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cardinaldiehard25: 25/Nov/21

06/03 KB Prishtina - KB Trepça
09/03 KB Ylli - KB Prishtina
20/03 Bashkimi Pri - KB Prishtina
23/03 KB Peja - KB Prishtina
30/03 KB Prishtina - KB Vëllazni

03/03 KB Ponte Pri 94 - 91 KB Prishtina
10/02 KB Vëllazni 64 - 71 KB Prishtina
03/02 KB Prishtina 66 - 69 KB Peja
27/01 KB Prishtina 84 - 83 Bashkimi Pri
13/01 KB Prishtina 76 - 65 KB Ylli

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Klubi i Basketbollit Prishtina (English: Basketball Club Prishtina), officially known as Sigal Prishtina due to sponsorship reasons, is a Kosovar professional basketball club based in Pristina.

The team currently competes in the IP Superliga e Basketbollit, Balkan International Basketball League (BIBL) and the FIBA Europe Cup. They are the most successful club in Kosovo, having won 14 national championships, 15 national cups and 7 supercups in the last 14 years. Since 2013 the club has competed in the Balkan International Basketball League (BIBL), and they became the first Kosovar side to win the competition first in 2014–15 after defeating Bulgarian side BC Rilski Sportist in the finals. They would win the same competition the following season in 2015–16 in which they would beat Montenegrin side Mornar Bar in the final, to win this competition back to back as the only Kosovan Basketball club in the history at this competition. In 2015, Prishtina joined the newly formed European third tier competition, the FIBA Europe Cup. They became the first Kosovar Basketball club to reach the Round of 16 in the FIBA Europe Cup in the 2018–19 season, winning six matches in their 14 match long campaign. Prishtina has won 15 games in European basketball competitions so far.

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Palace of Youth and Sports (Albanian: Pallati i Rinise dhe Sporteve; Serbian: Палата омладине и спорта, romanized: Palata omladine i sporta; formerly named "Boro and Ramiz") is a multi-purpose hall located in Pristina, Kosovo. It includes two arenas, the larger of which has a capacity of 8,000 spectators, and the smaller a capacity of 3,000 spectators. It also includes a shopping mall, indoor parking, two convention halls and a library. The building in its entirety measures over 10,000 square meters.




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