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Promitheas Patras BC

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Established
1986 (34 years old)

Sport
Basketball

Stadium/Home
Dimitrios Tofalos Arena
(4,150 Capacity)

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Location
Patras, Greece

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League
Greek Basket League

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Upcoming Events
25 Jan 20 Promitheas Patras   -  Panathinaikos BC
01 Feb 20 Kolossos BC   -  Promitheas Patras
08 Feb 20 Promitheas Patras   -  Ifaistos Limnou
29 Feb 20 Peristeri BC   -  Promitheas Patras
07 Mar 20 Promitheas Patras   -  Rethymno Cretan

Latest Results
12 Jan 20 Ionikos Nikaias  69 - 73  Promitheas Patras
07 Jan 20 Basket Brescia  63 - 57  Promitheas Patras
04 Jan 20 Promitheas Patras  62 - 76  Larisa BC
28 Dec 19 Promitheas Patras  95 - 79  Aris BC
21 Dec 19 PAOK BC   -  Promitheas Patras

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Promitheas Patras B.C. (Greek: Προμηθέας Πατρών K.A.E.) is a Greek professional basketball club that is based in Patras, Greece. It is a part of the Greek multi-sports club A.S. Promitheas Patras. The club's full name can be rendered as either A.S.P. Promitheas B.C. or A.S. Promitheas Patras B.C. With the acronym "A.S." standing for Athlitikos Syllogos (Greek: Αθλητικός Σύλλογος).

The club is named after Prometheus, one of the most well-knows Greek mythological Titans, and the flame representing the fire knowledge he gave to people is the club's emblem (logo). The club is owned by Vangelis Liolios, who is also the owner of the Greek coffee company, Coffee Island, and managed by coach Makis Giatras.

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Dimitris Tofalos Arena (alternate spelling: Dimitrios Tofalos Arena) is an indoor sports arena that is located in the city of Patras, Greece. The arena is named after the great Greek wrestling champion of the early 20th century, and gold medalist at the 1906 Intercalated Games, Dimitrios Tofalos. It is also known by its original official name, which is PEAK, which stands for Pampeloponnisiako Ethniko Athlitiko Kentro Patron (Greek: ΠΕΑΚ Παμπελοποννησιακό Εθνικό Αθλητικό Κέντρο), which means Pampeloponnisiako National Sports Center Patras.

The arena has a seating capacity for basketball games of 4,150 people.

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