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Hungarian Basketball National Championship
Country Hungary
Founded 1933
Number of teams 14
Website [ferfikosar.hu Official website]

The Hungarian Basketball National Championship (Hungarian: Nemzeti Bajnokság) — commonly abbreviated NBI or NBI/A — is the highest level league of club basketball in Hungary. The league comprises 14 teams. A NBI/A season is split into a league stage and a playoff/playout stage. At the end of the league stage the top eight teams qualify for the playoff stage and the teams positioned between 9th and 14th take part in the playout. The playoffs are played in "Best of five" format. The winning team of the final round are the champions of that season. In the playout, teams play once against each other, and the results are added to the regular season performance. The bottom team get relegated.


Teams 2010-11[]

Team City
Albacomp Székesfehérvár
Atomerőmű SE Paks
Dél-Konstrukt SZTE-Szedeák Szeged
Factum Sport Debrecen Debrecen
Falco-SZOVA KC Szombathely Szombathely
Kaposvári KK Kaposvár
Kecskeméti KSE Kecskemét
Marso Vagép NYKK Nyíregyháza
MJUS-Fortress Körmend Körmend
Pécsi VSK-Pannonpower Pécs
Salgótarjáni KSE Salgótarján
Soproni KC Sopron
Szolnoki Olaj KK Szolnok
Zalakerámia-ZTE KK Zalaegerszeg


Champions by seasons[]

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  • 1933: Közgazdasági Egyetem
  • 1934: BSZKRT Előre
  • 1934/35: TFSE
  • 1935/36: MAFC
  • 1936/37: BSZKRT Előre
  • 1937/38: BSZKRT Előre
  • 1938/39: BSZKRT Előre
  • 1939/40: BSZKRT Előre
  • 1940/41: BSZKRT Előre
  • 1941/42: BEAC
  • 1942/43: BEAC
  • 1943/44: BSZKRT Előre
  • 1944: MAFC
  • 1945: BSZKRT Előre
  • 1946: Bp. Kinizsi TE
  • 1946/47: Bp. Postás
  • 1947/48: MÁVAG
  • 1948/49: BSZKRT Előre
  • 1949/50: Bp. MEFESZ (MAFC)
  • 1950: MÁVAG
  • 1951: Bp. Haladás (MAFC)
  • 1952: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1953: Bp. Honvéd SE
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  • 1954: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1955: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1956: MAFC
  • 1957: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1957/58: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1958/59: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1959/60: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1960/61: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1961/62: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1962/63: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1964: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1965: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1966: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1967: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1968: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1969: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1970: MAFC
  • 1971: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1972: Csepel SC
  • 1973: Csepel SC
  • 1974: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1975: MAFC
  • 1976: Bp. Honvéd SE
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  • 1977: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1978: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1979: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1980/81: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1981/82: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1982/83: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1983/84: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1984/85: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1985/86: Bp. Honvéd SE
  • 1986/87: Körmendi Dózsa MTE
  • 1987/88: Zalaegerszegi TE
  • 1988/89: Csepel SC
  • 1989/90: ZTE-Heraklith
  • 1990/91: Szolnoki Olajbányász
  • 1991/92: ZTE-Heraklith
  • 1992/93: Tungsram-Honvéd BT
  • 1993/94: Tungsram-Honvéd BT
  • 1994/95: Danone-Honvéd BT
  • 1995/96: Marc-Körmend
  • 1996/97: Danone-Honvéd BT
  • 1997/98: Albacomp-SZÜV
  • 1998/99: Albacomp-SZÜV
  • 1999/00: Albacomp-UPC
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  • 2000/01: Klíma-Vill Purina KKK
  • 2001/02: Atomerőmű SE
  • 2002/03: Marc-Körmend
  • 2003/04: Kaposvári KK
  • 2004/05: Atomerőmű SE
  • 2005/06: Atomerőmű SE
  • 2006/07: Szolnoki Olaj KK
  • 2007/08: Falco-Szova KC
  • 2008/09: Atomerőmű SE
  • 2009/10: Zalakerámia-ZTE KK
  • 2010/11:
  • 2011/12:
  • 2012/13:

Titles[]

Team Number of titles Years Won
Budapesti Honvéd SE
33
1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1957, 1957/58, 1958/59, 1959/60, 1960/61, 1961/62, 1962/63, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980/81, 1981/82, 1982/83, 1983/84, 1984/85, 1985/86, 1992/93, 1993/94, 1994/95, 1996/97
BSZKRT Előre
9
1934, 1936/37, 1937/38, 1938/39, 1939/40, 1940/41, 1943/44, 1945, 1948/49
MAFC
7
1935/36, 1944, 1949/50, 1951, 1956, 1970, 1975
Atomerőmű SE
4
2001/02, 2004/05, 2005/06, 2008/09
Zalaegerszegi TEKK (ZTE KK)
4
1987/88, 1989/90, 1991/92, 2009/10
Szolnoki Olaj KK
3
1990/91, 2006/07, 2010/11
Csepel SC
3
1972, 1973, 1988/89
BC Körmend
3
1986/87, 1995/96, 2002/03
Albacomp
3
1997/98, 1998/99, 1999/2000
Kaposvári KK
2
2000/01, 2003/04
BEAC
2
1941/42, 1942/43
MÁVAG
2
1947/48, 1950
Közgazdasági Egyetem
1
1933
TFSE
1
1934/35
Budapesti Kinizsi TE
1
1946
Budapesti Postás
1
1946/47
Falco KC Szombathely
1
2007/08

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