|Leagues||Championnat National A|
|Arena||Mohamed-Mzali Sports Hall|
|Team colors||Blue and white |
|Head coach||Safouene Ferjani|
|Championships||6 Tunisian League|
3 Tunisian Cup
1 Tunisian Federation Cup
1 Maghreb Championship
Union Sportive Monastirienne (Arabic: الاتحاد الرياضي المنستيري), commonly known as US Monastir, is a Tunisian professional basketball club based in Monastir. Established in 1959, the team plays in the Championnat National A, the highest tier league in Tunisia and has won six national championships.
The club was established in 1959 and won its first Tunisian League title in 1998 after defeating Ezzahra Sports in the league finals. In the 1999–2000 season, Monastir won its first-ever double after winning both the league and cup title. Monastir beat Club Africain in the league final and Ezzahra in the cup final (66–61).
In 2005, Monastir won its third Tunisian championship, defeating Stade Nabeulien 66–51.
In 2019 , Monastir won its fourth Tunisian championship defeating ES Rades. again in 2020 US Monastir won its fifth Tunisian championship and the second in row defeating the same ES Rades.
In 2021, Monastir defeated Ezzahra in the final and won its sixth championship and the third in a row
In 2021, Monastir is one of the twelve teams to play in the new Basketball Africa League (BAL).
Since its opening in 2006, Monastir plays its home games in the Mohamed-Mzali Sports Hall, which has a capacity of 4,075 people.
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|US Monastir roster|
Updated: 16 May 2021
- Champions (6): 1997–98, 1999–2000, 2004–05, 2018–19, 2019–20, 2020–21
- Runner-up (1): 2017–18
- Champions (3): 2000, 2020, 2021
- Runner-up (9): 1992, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2005, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019
- Runner-up (1): 2005
- Champion (1): 2012
- Runner-up (1): 2021
- Third place (1): 2017
- Third place (1): 2019
- Champion (1): 2012
- Costel Cernat (2009)
- Adel Tlatli
- Walid Gharbi
- Safouane Ferjani
- Monoom Aoun (2015–2016)
- George Ketselidis (2016–2017)
- Željko Zečević (2017–2018)
- Ridha Labidi (2018)
- Said El Bouzidi (2018–2019)
- Miodrag Perisic (2019–2020)
- Walid Zrida (2020)
- Safouane Ferjani (2020–present)