A.E.L. 1964 B.C.
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|Nickname||Vasilissa Tou Kampou
(Queen of The Lowland)
|Arena||Larissa Neapolis Arena
(seating capacity: 6,500)
|Team colors||Maroon and White
A.E.L. 1964 B.C. (Greek: Α.Έ.Λ. 1964 K.A.E.) Larissa was a Greek professional basketball team that was originally established in 1928. The club was also known under the name Gymnastikos S. Larissas. In 2009, the club merged with Olympia Larissa.
The team's home was in Larissa, Greece, a city that is part of the Thessaly periphery and has a population of around 250,000 people. A.E.L. 1964 hosted its home games in the Neapolis Arena. A.E.L. 1964 was part of the HEBA, which stands for The Hellenic Basketball Clubs Association or the ΕΣΑΚΕ in Greek. The team competed in the Greek A1 League.
- Gymnastikos S. Larissas
Team Colors: Green and White
- A.E.L. 1964
Team Colors: Maroon and White
The team featured NBA players like: