Coming off the best season in club history, Igokea Aleksandrovac looks to celebrate its 40th birthday by taking on the biggest challenge it ever faced in the 2013-14 Eurocup. Last season Igokea won the Bosnian double – league and cup titles – for the first time too by topping its archrival Siroki for both crowns. Meanwhile, in the Adriatic League it sat atop of the standings from start to finish of the regular season, just to lose in the final four semifinals at home against eventual champion Partizan mt:s. Now, with a new man in charge of the team, Igokea aims to make some noise in the Eurocup. Igokea was founded in 1973 under the name KK Potkozarje in the former Yugoslavia, but did not advance past the lower community leagues until the Bosnia and Herzegovina secured independence in the early 1990s. The club played in the regional Republika Srpska league before moving into the unified Bosnian league top flight as soon as it was formed in 1998. The club changed its name to Igokea, and the turn of the century brought a lot of joy in Aleksandrovac. The 2000-01 campaign was a historic one as Igokea made its European debut that season, but lost to Fenerbahce of Turkey in the Korac Cup. Later that same season Igokea won its first ever Bosnia and Herzegovina championship. It took few more years for the club to establish itself as a force to be reckoned with at home, though. The club started to build on its first Cup title in 2007, and with its appearance in the 2008 league finals, where it lost to KK Bosna Sarajevo. After that, Igokea turned into a perennial title contender in Bosnia and Herzegovina, while progressing to make an Adriatic League debut in 2010-11. The club made three more trips to the Bosnian league finals from 2010 until 2012, but each time lost to Siroki, before making it a four-time-charm last season, and snapping its title drought by downing the same opponent 3-2 in the best-of-five finals.