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A1 Liga (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

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A1 Liga (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

The A1 Liga is a second tier of men's basketball competition in Bosnia and Herzegovina that sits below the Basketball Championship of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Prvenstvo Bosne i Hercegovine), composed of three regional divisions: A1 liga Bosne i Hercegovine (Division I per eurobasket.com), A1 liga Herceg-Bosne (Division II per eurobasket.com), and 1. Muška Liga Republike Srpske (1. ML RS for short).

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The three divisions of Bosnian basketball second tier competition (A1 league) geographic authority roughly corresponds to the country's regional ethnic outlook: Bosniaks in the central regions (Division I), Croats in the south-southwest (Division II), and Serbs to the north-northeast (1. ML RS).

A1 liga Bosne i Hercegovine

  • KK Brčko Distrikt, Brčko
  • KK Promo Donji Vakuf, Donji Vakuf
  • KK Igman, Ilidža
  • KK Turbina, Jablanica
  • KK Lukavac, Lukavac
  • KK Bosna Royal, Sarajevo
  • KK Burch, Sarajevo
  • KK Vogošća, Sarajevo
  • KK Gradina Srebrenik, Srebrenik
  • KK Gradina Kotex Tešanj, Tešanj
  • OKK Čelik, Zenica
  • KK Orlovik, Žepče
  • A1 liga Herceg-Bosne

  • HOKK Busovača, Busovača
  • HKK Čapljina Lasta, Čapljina
  • HKK Grude, Grude
  • KK Livno, Livno
  • VKK Mostar, Mostar
  • KK Novi Travnik, Novi Travnik
  • HKK Posušje, Posušje
  • Široki II Eronet, Široki Brijeg
  • HKK Tomislav, Tomislavgrad
  • 1. Muška Liga Republike Srpske

  • KK Borac Banja Luka, Banja Luka
  • OKK Student Banja Luka, Banja Luka
  • KK HEO, Bileća
  • KK Bratunac, Bratunac
  • KK Sutjeska Foča, Foča
  • OKK Kozara, Gradiška
  • KK Prijedor, Prijedor
  • KK Rogatica, Rogatica
  • OKK Slavija 1996 Sarajevo, Sarajevo
  • KK Teslić, Teslić
  • KK Drina Birac, Zvornik
  • References

    A1 Liga (Bosnia and Herzegovina) Wikipedia


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