KK MZT Skopje AerodromSkopje

BC MZT Skopje was found in 1966 under the name KK Skopje. In 1984, the factory MZT (Metalski Zavod Tito) completely took the club under their wing, building the new arena Jane Sandanski in Aerodrom. In 1986 KK Skopje, under the new name MZT Skopje and the leadership of the legendary coach Lazar Lecic, reached the Yugoslav First league where they competed for two seasons. After the independence of Macedonia, MZT Skopje immediately became one of the leading basketball clubs in the country. In the mid 90’s MZT Skopje had a few successful runs on the European field, the most memorable being the 1996/1997 season when the team played in the Saporta Cup. Playing against teams like Real Madrid, Benfica, Ratiopharm etc, MZT Skopje managed to make to the 1/8 finals, without losing any sigle game at home. In the Macedonian League, during the late 90’s, MZT Skopje had a few tries to get to the championship trophy, playing in the Play-Off finals 7 times, and also won 4 Macedonian Cups during that period. In 2012 KK MZT Skopje created a team which became a favorite for winning the first title since its existence. Before the start of the season, an agreement had been reached on participation in ABA League for the season 2012/2013. On May 2, 2012, for the first time in history, MZT Skopje won a championship, playing in the finals against Feni Industries and beating them with the score 4-1. MZT Skopje also won the National cup in 2012.



Trophy Case

Macedonian National Championship:

2012, 2013


Macedonian National Cup:

1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2012, 2013, 2014