Banchi in 2013.
|League||Greek League / Champions League|
|Born||August 1, 1965|
|1985–1986||F. A. Vigna di Valle (assistant)|
|1986–1987||Affirco Firenze (assistant)|
|1987–1997||Livorno (youth teams)|
|1995||Italy Under-19 National Team (assistant)|
|1996||Italy Under-18 National Team (assistant)|
|2001||Italy Under-20 National Team|
|2001||Italy Second National Team|
|2004||Italy National Military Team|
|2005–2006||Aurora Basket Jesi|
|2006–2012||Montepaschi Siena (assistant)|
|2013–2015||Emporio Armani Milano|
|Career highlights and awards|
Club coaching career
Banchi began working as a basketball coach in the youth teams of Basketball Grosseto, after which he was an assistant coach for the Armed Forces Vigna di Valle, and Affrico Firenze. Between 1987 and 1999, he coached the junior teams of Livorno, winning three consecutive youth national titles in the period, from 1995–1997.
He was then promoted to head coach of Basket Livorno, in the Italian second-tier level Serie A2. In 1999, he made his debut on the bench of Pall Trieste, where he coached for two years, before returning to Livorno, that had meanwhile been promoted to the Italian top-tier level LBA. He followed that up with two stops in the Italian 2nd Division, in Trapani and Aurora Basket Jesi.
In 2006, he became the assistant coach of Montepaschi Siena, under head coach Simone Pianigiani. As an assistant with Montepaschi, he won six 6 Italian League championships in a row (2007–2012), five Italian Super Cups (2007–2011), and four Italian Cups (2009–2012). In June 2012, he took over the role of head coach of Montepaschi Siena, following the departure of Simone Pianigiani to Fenerbahçe. On February 10, 2013, he won the Italian Cup, after defeating Pallacanestro Varese, by a score of 77–74 in the final game. On June 19, 2013, he also won his first Italian League championship, as a head coach.
On July 1, 2013, he signed a two-year deal to become the head coach of the Italian European-wide top-tier level EuroLeague club, Emporio Armani Milano. In his first season with the team, he won the Italian League championship, repeating the previous success of Carlo Recalcati, as the only head coaches who won consecutive Italian League titles, with different teams.
|G||Games coached||W||Games won||L||Games lost||W–L %||Win-loss %|
Note: The EuroLeague is not the only competition in which the team played during the season. He also coached in domestic competition, and regional competition if applicable.
|Montepaschi||2012–13||24||12||12||.500||Eliminated in Top 16 stage|
|Milano||2013–14||28||16||12||.571||Eliminated in quarterfinals|
|Milano||2014–15||24||9||15||.375||Eliminated in Top 16 stage|
|Bamberg||2017–18||6||2||4||.333||Eliminated in regular season|
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- "Italian League finals, Game 5: June 19, 2013". euroleague.net. Retrieved 19 October 2014.
- D'Avanzo, Antonio. "Basket, Serie A; Luca Banchi nuovo allenatore dell'Olimpia Milano". outdoorblog.it. Retrieved 19 October 2014.
- "Italian League, Finals Playoffs, Game 7: June 27, 2014". euroleague.net. Retrieved 19 October 2014.
- "Luca Banchi and Fiat Torino officially part ways". sportando.com. Retrieved 16 January 2018.
- Brose Bamberg names Banchi new head coach.
- "AEK Athens ink coach Luca Banchi". eurobasket.com. Retrieved 2 July 2018.