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FC Barcelona Basquet

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Head Coach

Sarunas Jasikevicius

League Position
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Established
1926 (95 years old)

Sport
Basketball

Stadium/Home
Palau Blaugrana
(7,600 Capacity)

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Location
Barcelona

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Competitions
Spanish Liga ACB
EuroLeague Basketball
Spanish Copa del Rey de Baloncesto
Spanish Supercup of Basketball

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Upcoming Events
05 Dec 21 FC Barcelona  -  Baskonia
10 Dec 21 FC Barcelona  -  Real Madrid
12 Dec 21 CB 1939  -  FC Barcelona
14 Dec 21 KK Crvena  -  FC Barcelona
16 Dec 21 Panathinaikos BC  -  FC Barcelona

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03 Dec 21 Anadolu Efes  93 - 95  FC Barcelona
26 Nov 21 FC Barcelona  96 - 73  BC Žalgiris
21 Nov 21 CB Miraflores  69 - 83  FC Barcelona
19 Nov 21 Lyon-Villeurbanne  60 - 80  FC Barcelona
17 Nov 21 FC Barcelona  81 - 73  PBC CSKA

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FC Barcelona Bàsquet is a Spanish professional basketball club. It is part of the FC Barcelona sports club and was founded on 24 August 1926 which makes it the oldest club in Liga ACB. The club competes in the Asociación de Clubes de Baloncesto (ACB) and the Euroleague. It has won seven of the last thirteen ACB championships and in 2003 completed a Liga ACB, Cup and Euroleague treble. FC Barcelona Bàsquet has played in seven Euroleague finals, with the last being their 2010 win.

The team plays its home games at Palau Blaugrana, which was opened on 23 October 1971. They share the facilities with the roller hockey, futsal and handball teams.

Well-known players that have played with the team have included: Pau Gasol, Rony Seikaly, Marc Gasol, Anderson Varejão, Juan Carlos Navarro, Ante Tomić, Šarūnas Jasikevičius, Dejan Bodiroga, Gregor Fučka, Ricky Rubio and Tony Massenburg.

FC Barcelona also has a reserve team that plays in LEB Oro.

Team Members
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Àlex
Abrines
#21



Michael
Caicedo
#42



Nick
Calathes
#99



Brandon
Davies




Nigel
Hayes
#14



Cory
Higgins
#22



Rokas
Jokubaitis
#31



Kyle
Kuric
#24



Nicolás
Laprovíttola
#20

2019-2020

Sergi
Martínez
#8



Nikola
Mirotić
#33



Pierre
Oriola
#18



Sertaç
Şanlı
#5



Rolands
Šmits
#10



Agustin
Ubal
#43


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Stadium or Home

Palau Blaugrana, meaning in English "Blue and deep red Palace") is an arena in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, belonging to FC Barcelona. The 7,585 seating capacity arena is home to the basketball, handball, roller hockey, and futsal divisions of FC Barcelona. Palau Blaugrana is located between Mini Estadi and the Camp Nou.

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