Geelong Supercats


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Geelong, Victoria


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Geelong Supercats is a South East Australian Basketball League (SEABL) club based in Geelong, Victoria. The club fields a team in both the Men's SEABL and Women's SEABL. The club is a division of Basketball Geelong, one of two major administrative basketball organisations in the region, the other being Corio Bay Basketball Association. The Supercats play their home games at Geelong Arena. Geelong was invited to compete in the Converse Super Challenge in Adelaide against Launceston (1981 national league winners), West Adelaide (No. 1 team in South Australia), and St Kilda (Australia's representative in the world championships in Brazil). Geelong emerged victors of the Super Challenge. The club was also the Victorian Summer Championship Premiers with a resounding victory over the national league team Nunawading. With the victory, Geelong was accepted into the National Basketball League (NBL).

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Geelong Arena is the home of former National Basketball League team the Geelong Supercats who now play in the South East Australian Basketball League. The arena has the majority of its 2,000 seating capacity on the broadcast side of the court with two smaller sections at each end plus two levels of corporate boxes on the opposite to the broadcast side.

After the Supercats had their NBL licence revoked following the 1996 NBL season the arena still played host to occasional NBL games with former Melbourne based teams the Victoria Titans/Victoria Giants and the South Dragons all playing one or two games there a season. The arena also hosts occasional Australian Boomers games.



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