Czarni Słupsk

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Czarni Słupsk
Czarni Słupsk logo
Leagues PLK
Founded 1989
History Alkpol-Czarni
(1997-1999)
Brok-Alkpol
(1999-2001)
M&S Okna
(2001)
Brok Czarni
(2001-2002)
Czarni
(2002-2005)
Energa Czarni
(2005-Present)
Arena Hala Gryfia
(3,200 seats)
Location Słupsk, Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland
Team colors Blue, Black, Red
              
President Poland Andrzej Twardowski
Head coach Slovenia Andrej Urlep
Website Official Website

Czarni Słupsk is a Polish basketball team, based in Słupsk, playing in Tauron Basket Liga.[1] Their home arena is Hala Gryfia.

Polska Liga Koszykówki[edit]

Season Final Place Regular Season Coach
1999/2000 8th 5th Jerzy Chudeusz/Niksa Bavcević
2000/2001 7th 7th Bosko Bozic/Tadeusz Aleksandrowicz/Stefan Tot
2001/2002 10th 10th Aleksander Krutikow
2002/2003 7th 7th Tadeusz Aleksandrowicz
2003/2004 9th 9th Tadeusz Aleksandrowicz
2004/2005 9th 9th Jerzy Chudeusz/Andrzej Kowalczyk
2005/2006 3rd 4th Igor Griszczuk
2006/2007 5th 5th Igor Griszczuk
2007/2008 11th 11th Igor Griszczuk/Mirosław Lisztwan
2008/2009 4th 6th Andriej Podkowyrow/Gasper Okorn
2009/2010 8th 8th Igors Miglinieks
2010/2011 3rd 4th Dainius Adomaitis
2011/2012 6th 3rd Dainius Adomaitis
2012/2013 7th 6th Andrej Urlep

2005/2006 season[edit]

Czarni finished the regular season of Dominet Basket Liga in the 4th place. In the first round of play-off Czarni defeated Era Śląsk Wrocław. In the semi-final they lost to Prokom Trefl Sopot. Czarni won a bronze medal after a successful 3rd place playoff against Polpak Świecie.

Best achievements[edit]

  • Bronze medal in season 2005/2006
  • 4th place in season 2008/2009
  • Bronze medal in season 2010/2011


References[edit]

  1. ^ Tauron Basket Liga - Druzyny - Energa Czarni Slupsk, plk.pl, accessed 28 February 2011. (Polish)