BC Samara

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BC Samara
BC Samara logo
Leagues Russian Super League
Founded 1976; 42 years ago (1976)
History BC Azot Tolyatti
(1976–1977)
BC Stroitel Kuybyshev
(1977–1991)
BC Stroitel Samara
(1991–1994)
BC Samara
(1994–2002)
CSK VVS Samara
(2002–2010)
BC Samara SGEU
(2011–2014)
BC Samara
(2014–present)
Arena MTL Arena
Capacity 3,500
Location Samara, Russia
Team colors Blue, Orange
         
President Kamo Poghosyan
Head coach Sergey Zozulin
Championships 1 FIBA EuroCup Challenge
Website bcsamara.com
Uniforms

BC Samara (Russian: БК Самара) is a Russian professional basketball team that is based in Samara, Russia. The club was formally patronized by the Russian Air Force (VVS).

History[edit]

BC Samara was a silver medalist (runner-up) of the Russian Super League 1 in 1992, and a 3-time bronze medalist (third-place finisher), in the years 1993, 1997, and 1998. In the 2006–07 season, Samara won the championship of the European-wide 4th tier-level league, the FIBA EuroCup.

The team could not participate in the 2009–10 Russian Super League 1 season, due to bankruptcy, and it thus was replaced in the league by Krasnye Krylya Samara.

Honours[edit]

Champions (1): 2006–07

Arena[edit]

The club plays its home games at the 3,500 seat MTL Arena.

Notable players[edit]

Notable coaches[edit]

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