|Team colors||Red and white
|Head coach||Laurent Buffard|
|Championships||1 French Championship
2 French Cups
1 La Semaine des As Cup
The team debuted in the 1st division in the 1987–88 season and after managing to get to the premier league in only 12 years. The team were able to sustain themselves in the league, and were consistently in the top 10 teams having a highly successful youth system. This youth system has allowed the club to produce professional players season after season. After winning the National Cup in 1999, Cholet got automatically qualified for its first participation to the Euroleague (3 victories – 13 defeats). During the 2004–05 season 10 of the 12 players in the first team derived from the youth system. Some of the most illustrious players who had their debut in the team are Antoine Rigaudeau, Jim Bilba and Mickaël Gelabale.
In 2010, Cholet finished 1st of the 2009–2010 Pro A League regular season and won the championship after defeating Le Mans in the Play-Offs Final (81–65). Thanks to its national champion title, Cholet is automatically qualified for the 2010–2011 Euroleague season. Cholet was eliminated during the first round (4 victories – 6 defeats) of the 2010–2011 Euroleague after defeating prestigious (and at the time unbeaten) Fenerbahçe Ülker (82–78).
Cholet Basket is intensively focusing on its Youth Academy to provide players to its professional squad. During the 2004–05 season, 10 of the 12 players of the Pro squad have progressed through the club Youth Academy. It is also one of the only six European clubs to have provided two players to the same NBA draft in 2009, beside Real Madrid (2005), Joventut Badalona (2009), Fenerbahçe Ülker (2008), KK Partizan (2002) and Pau-Ortez (2003).
- Notable Players that have progressed through the Cholet Youth Academy (Espoirs)
Note: Flags indicate national team eligibility at FIBA sanctioned events. Players may hold other non-FIBA nationality not displayed.
|Cholet Basket roster|
Season by season
|Season||Tier||League||Pos.||Postseason||French Cup||Leaders Cup||European competitions|
|2007–08||1||Pro A||8||Quarterfinalist||Runner-up||Champion||3 FIBA EuroCup Group Stage|
|2008–09||1||Pro A||9||–||Round of 16||–||3 EuroChallenge runner-up|
|2009–10||1||Pro A||1||Champion||Round of 32||Quarterfinalist||2 Eurocup Regular Season|
|2010–11||1||Pro A||2||Runner-up||Round of 16||Quarterfinalist||1 Euroleague Regular Season|
|2011–12||1||Pro A||4||Semifinalist||Semifinalist||Quarterfinalist||2 Eurocup Regular Season|
|2012–13||1||Pro A||10||–||Round of 16||–||2 Eurocup Regular Season|
|2013–14||1||Pro A||13||–||Round of 16||–||3 EuroChallenge Last 16|
- French Championship Pro A: 2010
- La Semaine des As Cup: 2008
- French Cup: 1998, 1999
- Match des Champions (French Pro A Champion vs French Cup winner): 2010
- Finalist of Pro A: 1988, 2011
- French Cup Finalist: 2005, 2008
- Finalist of the Tournoi des As Cup: 1988, 1989, 1990 and 1993.
- Champion of Division 2 (now Pro B): 1986
- 1987–89: Jean Galle
- 1989–91: Jean-Paul Rebatet
- 1991–95: Laurent Buffard
- 1995–96: Alain Thinet (7 games) then Eric Girard (1 game) then Jean Galle
- 1996–2001: Eric Girard
- 2001–02: Savo Vucević
- 2002–03: Jean-François Martin
- 2003–04: Erman Kunter
- 2004–06: Ruddy Nelhomme
- 2006–10: Erman Kunter
- 2010–12: Erman Kunter
- 2012–present: Jean-Manuel Sousa