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KK Hemofarm
KK Hemofarm logo
Leagues Serbian League
Adriatic League
Founded 1946
History 1946 - Present
Arena Millennium Center
(capacity: 4,058)
Location Vršac, Serbia
Team colors Orange and White
President Marko Ivanović
Head coach Stevan Karadžić
Championships 1 Adriatic League
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Košarkaški klub Hemofarm STADA (Serbian: Кошаркашки клуб Хемофарм ШТАДА) is a professional basketball club from Vršac, Serbia. The club currently participates in the Eurocup, Adriatic League and the Serbian League. Their home arena is the Millennium Center, with a capacity of 4,058 people.



  • 1946 - The club is founded under the name "Jedinstvo"
  • 1959 - KK Hemofarm began competing with the name "Mladost"
  • 1967 - The team started competing under the name "Inex Brixol"
  • 1968-69 - The club played with the name "Agropanonija"
  • 1977 - The team went under the name of "Vršac"
  • 1981 - The sponsorship was taken over by "Inex Hemofarm", changing the club's name to "Inex Vršac"
  • 1982 - The club started participating in the Vojvodina league
  • 1986-87 - The club achieved first place in the Vojvodina league and entered I 'B' League
  • 1989 - The team secures participation in I "B" National league with the first place position in the Vojvodina league
  • 1992 - The Hemofarm Group takes over the sponsorship
  • 1996-97 - Hemofarm is competing in the II National League
  • 1997-98 - The club is ranked 1st in the I "B" National League and secures the right to compete in the I "A" Winston Yuba League
  • 1998-99 - The team was ranked 10th among 16 in the I "A" National League
  • 1999-00 - KK Hemofarm won the fourth position and secured participation in the Radivoje Korać Cup.
  • 2000-01 - In the First "A" National League, KK Hemofarm wins the sixth position and reaches the semifinal playoffs
  • 2000-01 - KK Hemofarm reaches finals of the Radivoje Korać Cup
  • 2001-02 - The team is ranked 4th in the I "A" National League and reaches the semifinals
  • 2001-02 - Reaches 1st place out of 8 in the Radivoje Korać Cup
  • 2002-03 - The team is ranked 5th in the I "A" National League
  • 2004-05 - KK Hemofarm achieves first place in the Adriatic League


4 Serbia Miljan Pavković PG
5 Serbia Petar Despotović SG
7 United States Kyle Hill PG/SG
8 Serbia Milivoje Božović PF
9 Serbia Stefan Marković PG/SG
11 Serbia Bojan Krstović SG/SF
12 Serbia Marko Šutalo SG
13 Serbia Milan Mačvan PF
14 Serbia Raško Katić PF
15 Montenegro Miloš Borisov SF
20 Serbia Boban Marjanović C
35 Slovenia Goran Jagodnik SF/PF


Notable players

Coaching history

  • 2004-05 Serbia and Montenegro Željko Lukajić
  • 2005-06 Serbia and Montenegro Luka Pavićević (fired in May 2006)
    2005-06 Serbia and Montenegro Miroslav Nikolić (came in May 18, 2006)
  • 2006-07 Serbia Miroslav Nikolić
  • 2007-08 Serbia Miroslav Nikolić (resigned March 16, 2008)
    2007-08 Serbia Vlada Vukoičić (came in March 2008)
  • 2008-09 Serbia Stevan Karadžić

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