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Reigning Ukrainian champion "Budivelnyk" withdrew from the Favbet Super League

Maksym InshakovNews
The club ranks second in the standings. Source: Basketball Federation of Ukraine

Kyiv's "Budivelnyk", the most titled basketball club in Ukraine and 11-time national champion, has informed the Basketball Federation of Ukraine  that it will no longer participate in the Favbet Super League. The Kyiv team sent a letter to the Basketball Federation of Ukraine.

The reason for the difficult decision is "the loss of sponsorship and lack of own financing to prevent further deepening of the debt to the players and the club administration."

Reigning Ukrainian champion ''Budivelnyk'' withdrew from the Favbet Super League

"Budivelnyk" currently ranks second in the Favbet Super League standings with 10 wins in 13 matches. This week in Dnipro, Dmytro Zabirchenko's team won three matches, including  inflicting their first defeat of the season on "Dnipro".

Reigning Ukrainian champion ''Budivelnyk'' withdrew from the Favbet Super League

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