UNES FC Barcelona

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UNES FC Barcelona
Leagues1ª División
Founded1967
HistoryCE Institut Guttmann
(1967–2001)
FC Barcelona-Institut Guttmann
(2001–2007)
FC Barcelona
(2007–2009)
UNES FC Barcelona
(2009–present)
ArenaPavelló Municipal Juan Carlos Navarro
LocationSant Feliu de Llobregat,
Catalonia, Spain
Team colorsBlue, Maroon, Yellow
              
Websiteunes.cat
Uniforms

UNES FC Barcelona is a Spanish wheelchair basketball team. It is part of both the FC Barcelona family and the UNES Unió Esportiva.

History[edit]

From 2001 until 2009, the team agreed collaboration terms with Fundació Institut Guttmann. The latter is a hospital in Catalonia that provides treatment and rehabilitation for people with spinal injury, brain damage, and other neurological disabilities. It is named after Dr. Sir Ludwig Guttmann, founder of the Paralympics and a pioneer of wheelchair sports. Club Esportiu Institut Guttmann was founded in 1967 and is the oldest disabled sports club in Spain. As well as a basketball team it also has boccia, hockey, and wheelchair tennis teams, and promotes athletics, weightlifting, archery, and table tennis.

In 2009, UNES Unió Esportiva collaborates with FC Barcelona which manages the main wheelchair basketball squad.[1]

In 2011, the club resigned to its berth in División de Honor, where it competed since 2000.[2]

FC Barcelona-Institut Guttman 2006–07 roster

Season by season[edit]

Season Tier League Pos Copa del Rey
2000–01 1 Div. Honor 10th
2001–02 1 Div. Honor 6th Quarterfinalist
2002–03 1 Div. Honor 7th Quarterfinalist
2003–04 1 Div. Honor 7th Quarterfinalist
2004–05 1 Div. Honor 4th Quarterfinalist
2005–06 1 Div. Honor 6th Quarterfinalist
2006–07 1 Div. Honor 6th 4th position
2007–08 1 Div. Honor 4th 4th position
2008–09 1 Div. Honor 3rd 4th position
2009–10 1 Div. Honor 9th
2010–11 1 Div. Honor 9th
2011–12 3 1ª División 1st
2012–13 2 Div. Honor B 5th
2013–14 2 1ª División 2nd
2014–15 2 1ª División 4th
2015–16 2 1ª División 3rd
2016–17 2 1ª División 3rd
2017–18 3 2ª División 4th
2018–19 3 2ª División

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