Pallalcesto Amatori Udine
|Arena||Palasport Primo Carnera
|Team History||Snaidero Cucine Udine
|Head Coach||Cesare Pancotto|
Its best finish so far is a 5th place in the Italian tournament in the 2005/06 season. The gold years for basketball in Udine were from 1965 to 1980, when the president and main sponsor of the club was Rino Snaidero, father of the current owner. He took Udine to the top of the Italian basketball; after Snaidero's departure, the club faced economic difficulties and it declared bankruptcy in 1994. In 1998 Edi Snaidero created a new society that began to play in Italian second league (A2). In the 1999/2000 season Snaidero Udine were promoted to upper league (A1).
During its first incarnation, due to sponsorship deals, the club has also been known as Mobiam Udine (1977-1980), Tropic Udine (1980-1982), A.P.U. Udine (1982-1983), Gedeco Udine (1983-1984), Australian Udine (1984-1985), Fantoni Udine (1985-1990), Emmezeta Udine (1990-1991), Rex Udine (1991-1992), Goccia di Carnia Udine (1993-1994) and Libertas Udine (1994-1995).
Coach: Cesare Pancotto
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