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1993 (30 years old)


Palais des Sports
(3,222 Capacity)

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Orléans, France


French LNB Pro B

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04 Feb 23 Orléans Loiret  -  ALM Évreux
11 Feb 23 UJAP Quimper  -  Orléans Loiret
04 Mar 23 Orléans Loiret  -  Élan Chalon
07 Mar 23 Saint-Quentin Basket-Ball  -  Orléans Loiret
11 Mar 23 Orléans Loiret  -  Boulazac Basket

Latest Results
31 Jan 23 Orléans Loiret  82 - 61  Châlons-Reims
27 Jan 23 Lille Métropole  81 - 73  Orléans Loiret
21 Jan 23 Orléans Loiret  71 - 80  Antibes Sharks
14 Jan 23 Boulazac Basket  76 - 85  Orléans Loiret
10 Jan 23 ALM Évreux  83 - 95  Orléans Loiret

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Orléans Loiret Basket, formerly known as Entente Orléanaise and Entente Orléanaise 45 Loiret, is a professional basketball club that is based in the city of Orléans, France. "45" is the number of the Loiret department. The club plays in the French Pro A League.

Entente Orléanaise was founded in 1993. The club was the French Cup runner-up and the French Pro B League champion in 2006. Orléans Loiret Basket competed in the French Pro A League for the first time in the 2006-07 season. In 2009 and 2010, the club was the French La Semaine des As Cup runner-up. In 2010, the club won the French Cup, which was the first national cup title win in their history.

The club's home arena for domestic matches is the Palais des Sports; for matches that require a larger capacity (such as Euroleague and Eurocup games) the club plays their home games at Zénith d'Orléans.

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Palais des Sports (English: Palace of Sports) is an indoor sports complex in the city of Orléans, France. The capacity of the arena is 3,222 people. It is one of two arenas used by the French Pro A League professional basketball team Entente Orléanaise. The Palais des Sports, with its smaller capacity, hosts the team's domestic competitions, while EuroLeague and Eurocup matches are held in the larger Zénith d'Orléans.

In addition to basketball, since 2005, the arena has played host to the Open d'Orléans, a tennis tournament that is part of the ATP Challenger Tour.




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