The fan movement of Zenit BC began on November 9, 2014, when three fans traveled to Minsk to support their basketball team in an away game. Upon their return, they united in Sector 8 of the SIBUR Arena to continue supporting the team in Saint Petersburg. More like-minded fans joined them, and this led to the establishment of a full-fledged active support sector.
Since then, the movement has continuously grown, and the home stands have never been silent.
The fan sector of Zenit BC promotes a respectful and friendly atmosphere, avoiding offensive behavior towards opponents and maintaining good relations with fan groups of other teams.
How to join our sector?
Just come! It is important to share our ideas and bring your energy to support the team. Knowing the chants is great, but even if you don't, they are easy to learn. Don't forget about the dress code; it's simple: wear blue, white, and light blue colors.
You don't necessarily need official club merchandise; a simple white T-shirt will do. But please refrain from wearing attire from other clubs; here, it is inappropriate even if the colors match.
Fan sector mascot
In the 2020/21 season, our sector welcomed Ded Moroz as the mascot. He comes from the north, and he means business!
He takes care of our sector at every home and many away games, bringing luck to our team.
Supporting the team beyond the home city is an essential part of any fan movement, including ours. Wherever we go, local Zenit fans join us. It's delightful to realize that the club has friends all over the country and even beyond its borders.