|Arena||Pavelló Joan Busquets|
|Location||El Prat de Llobregat, Spain|
|Team colors||White and blue
|Championships||1 Copa LEB Plata
1 Liga EBA Championship
Basketball arrived to El Prat de Llobregat in 1932 with the constitution of the Esplai Grupo 49 in the Federation of Young Christians of Catalonia. Basketball continued being played in the parish of Sant Pere i Sant Pau before 1951, when the Club Bàsquet Prat is founded.
The club started playing in the regional leagues until 1962, when the club achieves promotion the Spanish second division for the first time in its history; remaining in the league after their debut season, by winning the relegation playoffs.
Since its promotion, the club consolidated in LEB Plata until 2014, when it won the Copa LEB Plata and promoted to LEB Oro. In its first season, the club was relegated to LEB Plata again, but remained in the league after being repechaged due to the existence of vacant places.
In 2016, CB Prat termiated its collaboration agreement with Joventut Badalona. Two years later, the club qualified for the first time to the playoffs, where they reached the semifinals, being eliminated in the last match of the series by Club Melilla Baloncesto.
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|CB Prat roster|
Season by season
|2013–14||3||LEB Plata||2nd||24–11||Copa LEB Plata||C|
- Remained in the league after achieving a vacant berth.