2009/10: 5th Place

The KK FMP ( Serbian Cyrillic KK ФMП ), commonly referred to as FMP or FMP Železnik known, is a Serbian basketball club from Belgrade. The capital club played until 2011 in the ABA league, a national league in Southeastern Europe. Currently the club plays in the first Serbian basketball league.


On an initiative of the Belgrade District Administration Železnik and Ivo Lola Ribar Maschinenfabrik the basketball club ILR Železnik was founded on 26 March 1975. The club was founded as Sports Community Ivo Lola Ribar and counted 700 members. These were spread across eight sports: football, basketball, chess, handball, volleyball, bowling, boxing and shooting. As the team quickly developed and found good support from the spectators all youth teams, a ladies team were set to 1977. By 1986, the club continually increased until the rise in the first Serbian league. This represented the highest regional league and was surpassed only by the 1st Yugoslav league in the country. For economic reasons, however, the team had to withdraw from the competition and the club was shut down in 1986.

Only in 1991 the association was due to the Belgrade-based AD FMP active again. For this reason, the club name was changed to FMP. The more club history began in the second division in the now existing solely from what is now Serbia and Montenegro Yugoslavia. With the championship victory in 1995 in the second division, the rise was achieved in the first Yugoslav League, the largest to date club success. 1997 was attributed to the continued success and won for the first time in club history the Yugoslav Cup victory.

By 2003 it took to win a new success. The team won the national cup again. In the final of the League ABA 2004, a national league in Southeastern Europe, you defeated Cibona Zagreb in Zagreb and won for the first time this item. This is also the biggest club title. A year later, they made sure the trophy for the third time. 2006 brought the team for the second time the title in the ABA League final against city rivals Partizan. Also in 2007, the fourth cup triumph was retracted and to top it off they played in the semifinals of the ULEB Cup. 2011 was a merger instead of the basketball division of Red Star.


  • Semi-finals of ULEB Cup: 2007
  • Winner of the ABA League: 2004, 2006
  • Yugoslav and Serbian Cup winners: 1997, 2003, 2005, 2007