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Olimpia Milano

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Head Coach

Ettore Messina

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Recent League Form ➡


Established
1936 (86 years old)

Sport
Basketball

Stadium/Home
Mediolanum Forum
(12,331 Capacity)

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Location
Milano

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Competitions
Italian Lega Basket
EuroLeague Basketball

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Upcoming Events
04 Dec 22 Dinamo Basket  -  Olimpia Milano
11 Dec 22 Olimpia Milano  -  Pallacanestro Reggiana
18 Dec 22 Aquila Basket  -  Olimpia Milano
26 Dec 22 Olimpia Milano  -  Pallacanestro Varese
02 Jan 23 Virtus Pallacanestro  -  Olimpia Milano

Latest Results
27 Nov 22 Universo Treviso  80 - 93  Olimpia Milano
20 Nov 22 Olimpia Milano  98 - 81  Pallacanestro Trieste
06 Nov 22 Victoria Libertas  71 - 85  Olimpia Milano
30 Oct 22 Olimpia Milano  78 - 54  Scaligera Basket
23 Oct 22 Reyer Venezia  77 - 69  Olimpia Milano

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Pallacanestro Olimpia Milano, also known as EA7 Emporio Armani Olimpia Milano after its title sponsor, is a Lega Basket Italian professional basketball team, based in Milan, Italy. Its colors are red and white, and the team is sometimes referred as "Scarpette Rosse" (Little Red Shoes) because team officials imported red Converse All-Star shoes for players from the United States. The tag line stuck, and the nickname is still used by many fans today.

As per custom in the Italian league, sponsorship has kept the team name changing frequently. From 1936 until 1955 it was called Borletti Milano. From 1956 to 1973 it was renamed Simmenthal. Other famous sponsorships were Billy, Simac, Tracer and Philips in the 1980s. For past club sponsorship names, see the list below.

Olimpia is the most titled basketball team in Italy, having won 26 Italian Championships, 3 European Champions Cups, 4 Italian National Cups, 1 Intercontinental Cup, 3 Saporta Cups, 2 Korać Cups and many junior titles.

Team Members
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Davide
Alviti
#40



Billy
Baron




Ben
Bentil
#50



Paul
Biligha
#19



Troy
Daniels
#30



Luigi
Datome
#70



Brandon
Davies




Malcolm
Delaney
#23



Jerian
Grant
#10



Devon
Hall
#22



Kyle
Hines
#42



Andrea
Leoni
#14



Nicolò
Melli
#9



Dinos
Mitoglou
#24



Riccardo
Moraschini
#21



Kevin
Pangos




Jacopo
Rapetti
#16



Giampaolo
Ricci
#17



Shavon
Shields
#31



Kaleb
Tarczewski
#15



Johannes
Voigtmann
#17


(22 total)
= Player Contract years remaining
= Player Statistics available latest season

Stadium or Home

The Mediolanum Forum (formerly known as FilaForum di Assago, DatchForum di Assago and Forum di Assago) is an indoor sports arena that is located in Assago, near Milan, Italy. The arena has a seating capacity of 12,500 for basketball and is primarily used for ice hockey, basketball, and tennis. It also hosts live concerts.

The Forum received the European Prize for Architecture for sports venues awarded by CONI and the Council of Europe. It is also the only facility in Italy, along with Palalottomatica in Rome, that is a part of the European Arenas Association network.

The Forum is the home floor of the Italian League professional basketball team Armani Jeans Milano.

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