Lappeenrannan NMKY

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Lappeenrannan NMKY
Founded 1951; 66 years ago (1951)
Arena Lappeenrannan urheilutalo
Location Lappeenranta, Finland
Team colors White and red
President Jari Vuorenpää
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Home jersey
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Team colours
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Away jersey
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Team colours

The logo of the team as Lappeenrannan NMKY

Lappeenrannan NMKY (also known as LrNMKY for short or as Team Lappeenranta in European competitions) is a basketball club based in a city of Lappeenranta, Finland. It was formed in 1951 as a Young Men's Christian Association (NMKY in Finnish) and has won two Finnish Championships (2005, 2006) and two Finnish Cups (2005, 2006).[1]

Team Lappeenranta participated in Fiba EuroCup challenge in 2005/2006 finishing in semi-finals.[2] In 2007/2008 season team is willing to make another run in Europe, this time in FIBA EuroCup.[3] After the 2013–14 season, NMKY left the Korisliiga because of financial problems.


Season by season[edit]

Season Tier League Pos. European competitions
2002–03 1 Korisliiga 8th
2003–04 1 Korisliiga 5th
2004–05 1 Korisliiga 1st
2005–06 1 Korisliiga 1st 4 EuroCup Challenge
2006–07 1 Korisliiga 6th
2007–08 1 Korisliiga 3rd 3 FIBA EuroCup
2008–09 1 Korisliiga 9th
2009–10 1 Korisliiga 5th
2010–11 1 Korisliiga 11th
2011–12 1 Korisliiga 7th
2012–13 1 Korisliiga 7th
2013–14 1 Korisliiga 11th[a]
2014–15 2 1st Division 7th
2015–16 2 1st Division 4th
2016–17 2 1st Division 13th
  1. ^ Resigned to its place in the Korisliiga.


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