|Energia Târgu Jiu|
Energia Târgu Jiu
|Location||Târgu Jiu, Romania|
|Team colors||Yellow, Red |
|Championships||1 Romanian Cup (2014)|
Clubul Sportiv Energia was a Romanian professional basketball club based in Târgu Jiu, Romania. The club competed in the Liga I, the second tier of basketball in Romania. The club was founded in 2002 and was dissolved in 2016 after financial problems.
The team promoted to the First division in 2008, managing to finish 7th and qualify for the Romanian Cup semifinals in the first year in the Liga Națională. Their first year performance was the best performance a newly promoted team had ever had in the history of Romania. Head Coach Theo Evans also became the youngest coach ever to coach in Romania, when he took the job at age 26. He was also the first African-American coach in Romania as well as the first Japanese-American coach.
In the 2014–15 season, Energia made its first European performance, when it competed in the EuroChallenge. After beating Le Mans in the Quarterfinals, Energia qualified for the competition Final Four. It was the first time a Romanian team reached a Final Four of one of the three first levels of European competitions. In the Final Four Energia ended third.
- Third place (1): 2015–16
- Champions (1): 2014
- Runner-up (1): 2014
- Third place: 2014–15
Season by season
|Season||Tier||League||Pos.||Romanian Cup||European competitions|
|2014–15||1||Liga Națională||3rd||3 EuroChallenge||3rd|
|2015–16||1||Liga Națională||11th||3 FIBA Europe Cup||EF|