|Team colors||Green and White
|Head coach||Marco van den Berg|
|Championships||2 German Cups|
Gladiators Trier is a professional basketball club based in Trier, Germany. The club plays in the ProA. Their home arena is Trier Arena, which has a capacity of 5,495 people. From 1990 till 2015 the club existed in the form of TBB Trier, however after its bankruptcy Gladiators Trier was founded.
The club was founded in 1990, and has played in the top division Basketball Bundesliga since the club's inception. They once were a part of the sports club TV Germania Trier, and became independent after promotion to the Bundesliga.
In the 2014–15 season, TBB relegated after it lost points in the standings because of financial problems. The club was dissolved after the season. Hoewever in the 2015 offseason, a new team was founded in Trier and was named Gladiators Trier.
- Champions (2): 1998, 2001
|Gladiators Trier roster|
Note: Flags indicate national team eligibility at FIBA sanctioned events. Players may hold other non-FIBA nationality not displayed.
Season by season
|Season||Tier||League||Pos.||Postseason||German Cup||European competitions|
|1999–00||1||Bundesliga||5||Quarterfinalist||Semifinalist||3 Played Korać Cup|
|2000–01||1||Bundesliga||9||Relegation playoffs||Champion||3 Played Korać Cup|
|2001–02||1||Bundesliga||11||Relegation playoffs||Fourth position||3 Played Korać Cup|
Notable players and coaches
- Bastian Doreth
- James Marsh
- Maik Zirbes
- Carl Brown
- Chris Copeland
- Bernard Thompson
- Don Beck (head coach)
- From 1990 till 2015 TBB Trier existed. After its bankruptcy in 2015, a new team was founded in Gladiators Trier.
- Official website (German)