|Arena||Luleå Energi Arena|
|Head coach||Peter Öqvist|
|2017–18 position||Basketligan, 2nd of 8|
|Championships||8 Swedish Championships|
The club was founded in 1976 as Plannja Basket. From 1996 till 2007 Plannja won 7 Swedish titles, the only season they didn't win it was the 2002–03 season. Until the 2012–2013 season LF Basket played its home games in the Pontushallen, which held a capacity of 3,000. The club then moved to the ARCUS Arena during the 2012–2013 season due to reconstructions. Starting with the 2013–2014 season it has moved back, although the new name of the Pontushallen arena is Luleå Energi Arena. 
In 2015, LF Basket changed its name to BC Luleå. In 2017, the club won its eight national championship.
- Basketligan (8):
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|BC Luleå roster|
Season by season
|2017–18||1||Basketligan||2nd||3 Champions League||QR1|
|2018–19||1||Basketligan||5th||4 FIBA Europe Cup||QR2|
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- "Fakta om arenan och kontakt". Luleå Kommun. (In Swedish). Retrieved 26 April 2017.
- "ARCUS är LF Baskets hemmaarena 2012/13" (in Swedish). LF Basket. Archived from the original on 2014-01-01. Retrieved 2014-03-14.
- Spetth, Stina (2012-11-09). "Pontushallen får nytt namn". NSD. (In Swedish). Retrieved 26 April 2017.
- "Klubbens nya namn är BC Luleå" (in Swedish). 17 July 2015. Retrieved 28 March 2016.