Kazakhstan Basketball Championship

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Kazakhstan Basketball Championship (KBC)
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2015–16 Kazakhstan Basketball Championship
No. of teams6 (4 in the regular season)
Country Kazakhstan
ContinentFIBA Asia (Asia)
Most recent
BC Astana
(5th title)
Most titlesAstana Tigers
(6 titles)
Level on pyramid1st Tier
Relegation toHigher League
Kazakhstan Basketball Cup
Official websitenbf.kz (in Russian)

The Kazakhstan Basketball Championship (Russian: Чемпионата Казахстана по баскетболу) is the highest professional basketball league in Kazakhstan, it is organised by the National Basketball Federation Kazakhstan. Its official designation in full is: Basketball Championship of the Republic of Kazakhstan for men's teams (National league) (Russian: Чемпионата Республика Казахстан по баскетболу среди мужских команд (Национальной лиги)).

Kazakhstan is a member of FIBA Asia, as the country lies partly in Asia, and Kazakhstan Championship sides have played in its competitions such as the FIBA Asia Champions Cup, however the country also partly lies in Europe, and the league's teams have participated in FIBA Europe competitions such as the FIBA EuroChallenge and the FIBA Europe Cup as well. The league's clubs therefore are also eligible to, and often do compete in, Eastern European regional leagues such as the Baltic League and the VTB United League, which also operates as the top-tier national domestic league for Russia.

Barsy Atyrau are the champions as of the 2015–16 season, after winning their 2nd overall title that season.

2015–16 teams[edit]

Location of teams of the 2015–16 Kazakhstan Basketball League.
Team Russian name City Arena
Almaty Legion ПБК Алматинский легион Almaty Sports complex Dostyk
BC Astana БК Астана Astana Saryarka Velodrome
Caspiy Aktau БК Каспий Актау Aktau Sports complex Caspiy
PBC Kapchagay ПБК Капшагай Kapchagay Sports palace Jastar
Barsy Atyrau[a] БК Барсы Атырау Atyrau Sports and recreation complex Atyrau


Season Champion Finalist Finals Result
2003–04[1] Tobol Kostanay Otrar Almaty 101 – 87
2004–05[2] Astana Tigers Tobol Kostanay 3:0
2005–06 Astana Tigers (2×) Tobol Kostanay 3:2
2006–07 Astana Tigers (3×) Tobol Kostanay 3:0
2007–08 Astana Tigers (4×) BC Almaty 3:1
2008–09 Astana Tigers (5×) Tobol Kostanay 2:0
2009–10 Astana Tigers (6×) Tobol Kostanay 2:0
2010–11 Barsy Atyrau Tobol Kostanay 3:0
2011–12 BC Astana Barsy Atyrau 3:0
2012–13 BC Astana (2×) Barsy Atyrau 3:0
2013–14 BC Astana (3×) Barsy Atyrau 3:0
2014–15 BC Astana (4×) Almaty Legion 81 – 56
2015–16 Barsy Atyrau (2×) BC Astana 3:0
2016–17 BC Astana (5×) Barsy Atyrau 94 – 78

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Only for the playoffs.


  1. ^ Суперфинал: "Тобол" - "Отрар". Это не было схваткой лидеров [Superfinal: "Tobol" - "Otrar". It wasn't a final of leaders]. Gazeta.kz (in Russian). 1 June 2004. Retrieved 24 June 2015.
  2. ^ Чемпионат Казахстана. Высшая лига. Мужчины. Финал. 20-22 мая. Астана. Спорткомплекс "Казахстан". Результаты соревнований: [Kazakhstan Championship. Higher league. Men. Final. 20–22 May. Astana. Sports complex "Kazakhstan". Competition results:]. Gazeta.kz (in Russian). 24 May 2005. Archived from the original on 26 June 2015. Retrieved 25 June 2015.

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