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BC Lietkabelis

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Established
1964 (56 years old)

Sport
Basketball

Stadium/Home
Cido Arena
(5,656 Capacity)

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Location
Panevėžys, Lithuania

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League
Lithuanian LKL

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Upcoming Events
29 Jan 20 BC Lietkabelis   -  Strasbourg
01 Feb 20 BC Lietkabelis   -  BC Nevėžis
05 Feb 20 Hapoel Holon   -  BC Lietkabelis
08 Feb 20 BC Dzūkija   -  BC Lietkabelis
01 Mar 20 BC Neptūnas   -  BC Lietkabelis

Latest Results
25 Jan 20 BC Lietkabelis  76 - 62  BC Prienai
22 Jan 20 Twarde Pierniki  81 - 85  BC Lietkabelis
18 Jan 20 BC Juventus  89 - 77  BC Lietkabelis
14 Jan 20 BC Lietkabelis  68 - 76  BC Oostende
11 Jan 20 BC Lietkabelis  102 - 64  BC Neptūnas

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BC Lietkabelis (Lithuanian: Krepšinio klubas Lietkabelis) is a Lithuanian professional basketball team based in Panevėžys, Lithuania, participating in the Lithuanian Basketball League and the Baltic Basketball League. BC Techasas had many financial problems at the 2011–2012 season start, they even boycotted a LKF Cup game. Because of that Darius Gaudiešius sold the basketball club to Algirdas Kriščiūnas, Antanas Kazys Liorentas and Kazimieras Antanynas. Due to the club owner changes, club got back his legendary name Lietkabelis.

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Cido Arena is the largest multifunctional arena in Panevėžys, Lithuania. It generally hosts cycling track events, as well as basketball games, concerts. The basketball club BC Lietkabelis, which currently competes in the domestic LKL league, uses the facility for all of its LKL home fixtures. It was opened on October 24, 2008. It replaced Sports Palace Aukštaitija as the home of BC Lietkabelis. The arena boasts an indoor 250 m long olympic cycling track, the only one in the Baltic States.

The arena hosted the FIBA EuroBasket 2011 Group A matches and the European Track Championships.

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