Risultati

Islanda - Premier League 04/11 20:15 3 [3] Valur v Stjarnan [6] L 95-85
Islanda - Premier League 04/08 18:15 3 [6] Stjarnan v Valur [3] L 92-94
Islanda - Premier League 04/05 20:15 3 [3] Valur v Stjarnan [6] L 90-85
Islanda - Premier League 03/31 19:15 22 [9] Breidablik v Stjarnan [6] W 105-107
Islanda - Premier League 03/28 19:15 21 [6] Stjarnan v Vestri [11] W 99-66
Islanda - Premier League 03/25 20:15 20 [2] Njardvik v Stjarnan [6] L 91-83
Coppa d'Islanda 03/19 16:45 1 Stjarnan v Thor Thorl W 93-85
Coppa d'Islanda 03/16 17:15 - Stjarnan v Keflavik W 95-93
Islanda - Premier League 03/10 18:15 19 [6] Stjarnan v Grindavik [5] W 91-87
Islanda - Premier League 03/04 20:15 18 [7] Tindastoll v Stjarnan [5] L 94-88
Islanda - Premier League 02/17 20:15 17 [6] Stjarnan v KR Reykjavik [7] W 90-79
Islanda - Premier League 02/10 20:30 16 [4] Valur v Stjarnan [6] W 74-78

The Stjarnan men's basketball team, commonly known as Stjarnan, is the men's basketball department of Ungmennafélagið Stjarnan, based in the town of Garðabær, Iceland. It is a subdivision of Ungmennafélagið Stjarnan.

History

Stjarnan's men's basketball team was founded in 1993. It reached the Icelandic top-tier Úrvalsdeild karla in 2001. After losing all its games during the 2001–02 season, the team almost folded. It managed to stay afloat and reached the Úrvalsdeild again in 2007 and advanced to the Úrvalsdeild Finals in 2011 and 2013, losing both times. It won the Icelandic Basketball Cup in 2009, 2013, 2015, 2019 and 2020.

On 14 March 2019, Stjarnan defeated Haukar in the last game of the regular season and finished with the best record in the league, winning the Division championship and a home court advantage through the playoffs.

Stjarnan opened the 2019–20 season with an 89-77 win against reigning champions KR in the annual Icelandic Super Cup behind newly signed Kyle Johnson's 21 points. On 15 February 2020, the team repeated as Cup champions after beating Grindavík in the cup final.

On 27 September 2020, Stjarnan won the Super Cup for the second consecutive season.