BC Juventus is a professional Lithuanian basketball club which currently plays in Lithuanian Basketball League and Baltic Basketball League. BC Juventus basketball club was founded in 1999–2000 season by football player Nerijus Kuzmickas and debuted in the Naujametinis Utenos rajono Mero taurės turnyras (Utena's new year's mayor's cup tournament), the debut season was successful and BC Juventus took bronze in that tournament. Word Juventus means youth. BC Juventus was called "Youth" (Juventus) because of the young, non-professional players in their debut season. In the 2009–2010 season, BC Juventus team debuted in the Lithuania basketball super league LKL and took fourth place as they lost bronze final to Šiauliai. On 15 April 2011, Juventus basketball club was transferred from Baltic Basketball League Challenge Cup to Elite Division.
In 2003–2004 season, Juventus basketball team was coached by Rimvydas Vaitkus. Juventus debuted in Lithuania basketball B league and in their debut season, BC Juventus took sixth place.
After year, in 2004–2005 season, Juventus basketball team was coached by Mindaugas Kildišius. Juventus basketball team first time in the club history won LKBL championship (same like RKL) and won right to participate in the LKAL championship (same like NKL). But because of various bureaucracy barriers, Juventus basketball team wasn't permitted to debut in the second-tier Lithuania basketball league.
During 2005–2006 season, BC Juventus took third place in RKL tournament.
After year, in 2006–2007 season Juventus basketball team won RKL championship once again and in transition match to the NKL championship, BC Juventus won against KaunoLKKA-Atletas basketball team. But this wasn't the end for Juventus in the 2006–2007 season as BC Juventus went until third Lithuania basketball federation (LKF) stage and only there, after two unremitting matches lost to KlaipėdosNeptūnas. Same year, team coach Mindaugas Kildišius, was named the best RKL championship coach.
In 2007–2008 season Utena's basketball team debuted in the NKL championship and won regular season (25 wins and 7 loses), however in the final standings BC Juventus took only fourth place. In the end of 2007, Juventus guard Raimondas Ambrulaitis was named "Lithuania basketball discovery of the year", team coach Mindaugas Kildišius was named the best 2007–2008 NKL season coach.
After year, in 2008–2009 season, Juventus basketball team won NKL regular season once again and participated in NKL championship semi-finals. In 2009, Juventus wasn't able to participate in the NKL finals, because of that team coach Mindaugas Kildišius retired from his position. Also because of that, Mindaugas Kildišius assistant Rolandas Urkis coached Juventus basketball team until the end of the season. On 15 June 2009 LKF decided to let Juventus basketball team participate in the Lithuania super basketball league LKL because of the commercial principles. For the permission to participate in the LKL, „Juventus“ basketball team had to pay 350 thousand LTL.
On 20 August 2009 Gintaras Kručkauskas became main Juventus basketball team coach. The 2009–2010 LKL season was the most successful in the club history as Juventus basketball team took fourth place in the LKL championship.
During 2010–2011 season, BC Juventus first time in the club history became Baltic Basketball League Challenge Cup champions. Also BC „Juventus“ made a huge surprise as they eliminated 7-time LKL Bronze streaker Šiauliai in the first round of LKL playoffs (first game: 105:94, second game: 91:81). After eliminating Šiauliai in quarter-final, BC Juventus reached LKL semi finals and met Lithuania basketball powerhouse Žalgiris. On 27 April 2011 BC Juventus lost first game at Kaunas Sports Hall against Žalgiris with result 63–95, the second match took place on 29 April 2011 in Utena. Juventus lost the second game too and had to fight for LKL Bronze against Rūdupis. Juventus lost first Bronze game at Prienai with result 65–79, the second game was unsuccessful for Juventus too as they lost it in their home arena in Utena with result 73–98. The third game took place in Prienai, which Juventus team lost with result 83–84, because of that they lost Bronze series 0–3 against Rūdupis and took fourth place in LKL championship that season.
In the 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 seasons, Juventus did not accomplish anything notable. After the 2011-2012 season, where Juventus missed the playoffs entirely, Robertas Giedraitis was fired as head coach. After Rytis Vaišvila was hired as head coach, Juventus made the playoffs in 2013, and fought valiantly against BC Lietuvos rytas, though losing the series 0-2.
In the 2013-2014 season, Juventus replaced coach Vaišvila with former longtime Žalgiris player, coach and sports director Vitoldas Masalskis. Despite high hopes, the season started poorly, and coach Masalskis was replaced with Virginijus Sirvydis, former longtime player in the LKL. The move helped the team regroup and reach the playoffs, but lost to BC Prienai. The team also played in the BBL Elite division, but didn't make the playoff stage for two straight seasons.
From 2012 BC Juventus has its own mascot, named Juvis. Juvis is a red color devil, wearing the blue color sneakers and mostly carries the golden fork. The golden fork form reminds horseshoe, symbolizing the Utena city coat of arms.