Achievements

2005 — Silver medalist of DUBL
Bronze medalist of EYBL U 17
Bronze medalist of Superleague B

2006 — Winner of EYBL U 16
Bronze medalist of EYBL U 17

2007 — Winner of DUBL
Winner of EYBL U 17
Winner of EYBL U 16
Winner of Alexander Gomelsky International Tournament U 16
Winner of Alexander Petrenko Pro Memoria Tournament U 16
Bronze medalist of Russian Championship U 17
Winner of final streetball tournament to Moscow Region Governor U 18

2008 — Winner of EYBL U 19
Bronze medalist of EYBL U 15
Silver medalist of Alexander Boloshev tournament U 12
Winner of Russian Championship U 17
Winner of Alexander Gomelsky International Tournament U 18
Winner of Edeshko tournament U 15
Winner of tournament in memory of Vayntrub and Belousov U 15
Winner of streetball tournament to Moscow Region Governor U 17
Winner of streetball tournament to Official representative of Russian Federation President in central federal district

2009 — Winner of Russian Championship U 15
Silver medalist of EYBL U 16
Silver medalist of EYBL U 15
Winner of streetball tournament to Moscow Region Governor
Silver medalist of streetball tournament to Official representative of Russian Federation President in central federal district

2010 — Winner of EYBL U 16
Bronze medalist of EYBL U 17
Winner of Moscow Region tournament U 13
Silver medalist of tournament devoted to 65th Anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War
Winner of streetball tournament to Moscow Region Governor U 19, U 17
Winner of streetball tournament to Moscow Region Governor for players born in 1990 and older

2011 — Winner of DUBL
Winner of Russian Championship U 17
Winner of sports and athletics meeting of pupils in central federal district U 15
Silver medalist of EYBL U 17
Bronze medalist of Russian Youth Championship BEKO PBL
Bronze medalist of Russian Championship U 15

2012 — Silver medalist of VIII Alexander Boloshev's memorial tournament
Silver medalist of V Alexander Petrenko memorial tournament
Bronze medalist of Russian Youth Championship BEKO PBL

2013 — Winner of EYBL U 20
Silver medalist of EYBL U 17

2014 — VTB United Youth League winner
Winner of DUBL
Winner of EYBL U 20
Winner of EYBL U 17

2015 — Winner of DUBL
VTB United Youth League bronze medalist

2016 — DUBL silver medalist
EYBL U 20 silver medalist
VTB United Youth League bronze medalist

Over its sixteen-year-old history Basketball club Khimki made a strong structure of youth development. In summer 2006 the leaders of BC Khimki made a decision to establish the school of Olympic reserve. Vladimir Aratov was appointed the head of the school.

BC Khimki is currently represented by first and second teams in the following basketball divisions: Russian Cup (since season 2013/2014), VTB United League, VTB United League Youth Championship, DUBL, and EYBL as well. Young sportsmen scored a success at Russian and International tournaments. For instance, in season 2004/2005 the team Khimki-2 won bronze medals of Superleague B.



BC Khimki served as a basis for Cadet Russian national team (from players of 1990 year of birth), which was headed by BC Khimki ex-coaches Aleksey Vadeev and Valery Sizov. It won silver medals at European Championship. Six representatives of BC Khimki were in the roster. Our club furnished financial and methodical assistance for National team. The training of National team took place in Khimki Basketball Center. The training plan was coordinated with specialists of our club.

Aleksey Matunin became a strength and conditioning coach of the team, and Oleg Bolshakov – the team manager. Andrey Ulyanov and Alexander Myakishev were admitted to BC Khimki medical staff. The head of Russian delegation during European Championship was Victor Bychkov – the General Director of BC Khimki.

In summer 2006 the group of well-known specialists in preparing young players was recruited by BC Khimki. Among them are: an experienced manager Yury Medvedev, former BC Khimki centers Dmitry Shkurin and Oleg Rezviy, a team manager Vladimir Belyakov, and Honoured coaches of Russia Mikhail Komissarov and Vladimir Pisarev.

The most successful season in BC Khimki’s history was probably the 2006/2007 season. Moscow Region basketball players (1990 and 1991 years of birth) won EYBL. Also BC Khimki players became winners of DUBL’s VI tournament final stage among youths of 1989 year of birth. EYBL-91 and DUBL final tournaments were held with success in Khimki Basketball Center.

In season 2007/2008 young BC Khimki players score big successes as well. The took first place in EYBL-89 Final Four, held in Khimki; then they won bronze medals of EYBL-93; silver medals of Alexander Boloshev International tournament; finally they gained a victory in streetball tournament to Official representative of Russian Federation President in central federal district.

Repeatedly young players of our club won Moscow Region Governor’s Boris Gromov Cup.

Timofey Mozgov is the most famous foster children of BC Khimki. Former Moscow Region team center passed within the club all the stages of growth – from a youth team to one of the leaders and symbols of Khimki and Russian national team. And now, there is a new step – a three-year contract overseas with the NBA club Denver Nuggets.

Two years in a row — 2011 and 2012 — BC Khimki Youth team scored bronze medals of Russian Youth Championship BEKO PBL. In 2013 BC Khimki team U 20 won European Youth Basketball League (EYBL) and became silver medalist of EYBL U 17.

Nowadays basketball booms in Khimki region, offering the youth a healthy alternative to a sinister world of drug abuse or unproductive activities, and introducing both boys and girls – fans of BC Khimki — to the world of sports. Thereby, a game plays an important social role in the life of the city.