Sopron Basket

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Sopron Basket
Leagues NB I/A
EuroLeague Women
Founded 1921
History Soproni VSE (1986–1993)
GYSEV-Sopron (1993–2002)
Orsi-Sopron (2002–2004)
MKB-Euroleasing Sopron (2004–2011)
Uniqa-Euroleasing Sopron (2011–2015)
Uniqa Sopron (2015–2017)
Sopron Basket
Arena MKB Aréna
Location Sopron, Hungary
Team colors Green and yellow
         
President Zoltán Török
Head coach Laszlo Sterbencz
Championships 1 Ronchetti Cup
10 Hungarian Leagues
6 Hungarian Cups
Website Official website
Uniforms

Sopron Basket is a Hungarian women's basketball club from Sopron. Founded in 1921 as the women's section of Soproni VSE, it has played in the Hungarian National Championship since 1986. It plays its home games in the Aréna Sopron.

Sopron won its first national championship in 1993, making its debut in the Euroleague the following season. Settled in the top positions, the team played in subsequent years the Ronchetti Cup, which it won in 1998 beating ASPTT Aix-en-Provence. As of 2011 Sopron remains the only Hungarian women's basketball team that has won an international competition since the fall of communism. The following year Sopron won its second championship, which marked its return to the Euroleague, which it has played every year since.[1]

The team has won four more championships since 2002, three of them between 2007 and 2011. In 2009 it reached the Euroleague's Final Four after beating Wisła Kraków and Bourges Basket in the knockout stages, ending 4th after losing to CB Avenida and UMMC Ekaterinburg.

Honours[edit]

Titles[edit]

Record in European competitions[edit]

  • EuroLeague
    • 1994: 1st Preliminary Round
    • 2000: Quarter-Finals
    • 2001: Quarter-Finals
    • 2002: Quarter-Finals
    • 2003: Quarter-Finals
    • 2004: Round of 16
    • 2005: Round of 16
    • 2006: Quarter-Finals
    • 2007: Quarter-Finals
    • 2008: Round of 16
    • 2009: 4th
    • 2010: Group Stage (4/6)
    • 2011: Round of 16
    • 2012: Group Stage (4/8)
    • 2013: Group Stage (3/9)
    • 2014: Round of 16
    • 2016: Group Stage (1/13)
    • 2017: Group Stage (4/10)
  • Ronchetti Cup
    • 1995: Group Stage (4/4)
    • 1996: 3rd Preliminary Round
    • 1997: Quarter-Finals
    • 1998: Champion
    • 1999: Quarter-Finals

Current squad[edit]

Team roster[edit]

Roster for the 2013–14 season[2]

Technical staff[edit]

  • Serbia Head Coach: Igor Polenek
  • Hungary Assistant Coach: Éva Kellerné Seres
  • Poland Fitness Coach: Łukasz Trzaskoma
  • Hungary Physiotherapist: Andrea Szalay
  • Hungary Team Doctor: György Sztancs, MD

References[edit]

  1. ^ Profile in FIBA Europe's website
  2. ^ "KERETET HIRDETTÜNK (HU)". Uniqa Euroleasing Sopron official website. Retrieved 24 May 2013. 

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