Club Biguá de Villa Biarritz

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Club Biguá de Villa Biarritz
Club Biguá de Villa Biarritz logo
Leagues Liga Uruguaya de Basketball
Founded 1931
Arena

Villa Biarritz, Montevideo, Uruguay

(Capacity: 1,200 spectators)
Location Montevideo, Uruguay
Team colors Royal Blue, Intense Red, White and Turquoise (color) Blue and White.                   
President Tomás Wahrmann
Head coach Alvaro Tito
Championships (2) Campeonato Sudamericano de Clubes
(3) Federal Championship of Uruguay
(2) Liga Uruguaya de Basketball
Website www.biguabasket.com
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Club Biguá is a professional basketball team based in Montevideo, currently playing the Liga Uruguaya de Basketball. The club, which offers a wide variety of sports, was founded in 1931 after "Biguá" and "Club Biarritz" got together to form "Club Biguá de Villa Biarritz". So far, Biguá has won 3 Federal Championships (Uruguay's most important tournament until 2000) in 1988, 1989 and 1990, 2 Liga Uruguaya de Basketball (the new version of the Uruguayan basketball league) in 2007 and 2008, Torneo Super 4 in 2008 and 2 Campeonato Sudamericano de Clubes in 1992 and 2008.

Honours[edit]

National championships[edit]

International championships[edit]

Head Coaches[edit]

Name Nationality. Períod
Víctor Hugo Berardi Uruguay 1988–1992
Javier Espíndola Uruguay 1993
Alejandro Gava Uruguay 1995
Rubens Valenzuela Uruguay 1995–1996
Enrique Perreta Uruguay 1997
Víctor Hugo Berardi Uruguay 1998
Enrique Perreta Uruguay 1998
Horacio Perdomo Uruguay 1999–2000
Francisco Bolaña Uruguay 2000–2002
Alvaro Tito Uruguay 2002–2003
Edgardo Kogan Uruguay 2004–2005
Víctor Hugo Berardi Uruguay 2005
Alvaro Tito Uruguay 2006
Marcelo Signorelli Uruguay 2007
Alejandro Alvarez Uruguay 2008
Néstor García Argentina 2008–2009
Alejandro Alvarez Uruguay 2009–2010
Edgardo Kogan Uruguay 2010
Juan Carlos Werstein Uruguay 2010
Guillermo Narvarte Argentina 2011
Alvaro Tito Uruguay 2011 - 2012

Team 2012/2013[edit]

Name
Santiago Vidal
Juan Cambón
Chris Jeffries
Anthony Johnson
Gonzalo Meira
Iván Loriente
Guillermo Nathan
Juan Pablo Álvarez
Damián Blazina
Ignacio Ortíz
Nicolás Brause
Rodrigo Brause
Ignacio Cambón
Daniel Lapatin
Lucas Pladino
Federico Pereiras

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