|Team colors||Purple and grey
|Head coach||Natxo Lezkano|
|Championships||1 LEB Plata Championship
1 Copa LEB Plata
1 Copa Castilla y León
Palencia Baloncesto, officially named as CD Maristas Palencia and also known as Quesos Cerrato Palencia by sponsorship reasons, is a professional Basketball team based in Palencia, Castile and León. The team currently plays in league LEB Oro.
The club was founded in 1979 at Colegio Marista of Palencia, with the aim to support farm teams competing at provincial and regional tournaments.
The professional basketball team was created on 1997 and played during five years at Liga EBA before being invited to join the LEB Plata. On the 2008–09, Palencia Baloncesto won the Copa LEB Plata and was champion of this league, promoting for the first time in their history to LEB Oro, the Spanish second division.
Today, Palencia Baloncesto continues playing at LEB Oro.
CD Maristas Palencia had several denominations through the years:
- Maristas Palencia: 1979–2002
- Hormigones Saldaña Palencia: 2002–2005
- Provincia de Palencia: 2005–2006
- Alimentos de Palencia: 2006–2008
- Faymasa Palencia: 2008–2009
- Palencia Baloncesto: 2009–2013
- Quesos Cerrato Palencia: 2013–present
Season by season
|2002–03||4||Liga EBA||1||Round of 16||–||26–4||0–2||–||26–6|
|2007–08||3||LEB Plata||13||–||Copa LEB Plata semifinalist||12–22||–||0–1||12–23|
|2008–09||3||LEB Plata||1||Promoted||Copa LEB Plata champion||20–10||–||1–0||21–10|
|2010–11||2||LEB Oro||16||Relegation playoffs||–||12–22||3–0||–||15–22|
|2013–14||2||LEB Oro||Copa Príncipe runner-up||0–1||–|
- ^A Achieved one of the vacant berths in LEB 2.
Trophies and awards
- Urko Otegui – 2013
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