|Nickname||Արաբկիրի հին խաղացողները (Arabkir's old players)|
|League||Armenia Basketball League A|
|Arena||Armenia Sports Arena|
|Team colors||Yellow, Purple|
|Head coach||Mikael Pogosian|
|Championships||1 Armenian SuperCup|
Urartu Basketball Club (Armenian: Ուրարտու բասկետբոլային ակումբ), also currently known as Urartu Vivaro for sponsorship reasons, is a professional basketball team in Armenia, currently based in Yerevan. Founded in 2016 in Yerevan. The team is a founding member of the Armenia Basketball League A.
Urartu was founded in 2016 with the players who participated for national team in the European Championship for Small Countries played just months before. In its debut first season, the club joined the Russian Basketball Super League, but after nine rounds the team resigned to continue playing due to financial difficulties.
In 2017, the team joined the newly created Armenia Basketball League A, becoming one of the seven clubs that played the first season. Despite finishing the regular season with a perfect balance of 12 wins in 12 games, Urartu was eliminated in the semifinals by Artsakh.
Ara Poghosyan was the first president of the club who chaired between 2016 and 2017, followed by Karen Giloyan. Tigran Gyokchyan managed the team during the same period until late 2017 when he was replaced by Sargis Stepanyan.
Season by season
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|Urartu BC roster|
Updated: June 17, 2021
- Armenian SuperCup (1): 2019
- "Баскетбол. Ереванский "Урарту" согласовал условия контрактов с 10-ю игроками" (in Russian). Armfootball.com. 24 August 2016. Retrieved 4 November 2017.
- "Ուրարտուն դադարեցնում է ելույթները" (in Armenian). Urartu BC at Facebook. 2 December 2016. Retrieved 9 November 2017.
- "Մեկնարկում է Ա լիգայի կանոնավոր առաջնությունը" [Armenia Basketball League A, 2017-18 season launched] (in Armenian). Armsport. 20 October 2017. Retrieved 4 November 2017.
- "Ա լիգա. "Արցախը" եզրափակչում է" [League A. Artsakh is in the final] (in Armenian). Basketball Federation of Armenia. 24 March 2018. Retrieved 24 March 2018.