Keflavík Basketball Club is an Icelandic basketball club, commonly known as Keflavík. It is a subdivision of Keflavík ÍF, based in the town of Reykjanesbær in Iceland. It is one of the most successful clubs in Icelandic basketball with its men's and women's teams winning multiple titles over the years. The club also runs successful youth teams. The total number of titles won by the club is an Icelandic record, with around 200 national titles and cup wins in all age groups. The teams play their games at the Toyota Arena in Reykjanesbær. Keflavík's biggest rivals are their closest neighbours, Njarðvík. The teams are both based in Reykjanesbær. Keflavík and Njarðvík were neighbouring towns but were merged in 1994 and formed Reykjanesbær. Their arenas are within one kilometre of each other. In the 2008-2009 season the rivalry was intensified as the teams were coached by brothers, Sigurður Ingimundarson with Keflavík and Valur Ingimundarson with Njarðvík. At the end of that season Ingimundarson left his post as the team's coach and moved to a club in Swedish. He was replaced by former player Guðjón Skúlason. Just before the start of the 2009-2010 season Sigurður became coach of Njarðvík, replacing his brother Valur.
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