AD Bairro (basketball)

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AD Bairro
NicknameCanarinha (little canary)
Founded1975
Arena Gimnodesportivo Vava Duarte,
Avenida de Cuba
Praia, Santiago, Cape Verde
President Flag of Cape Verde.svg Carlos Sena Teixeira
Championships3 Cape Verdean Basketball Championships
Website http://www.bairro.cv

Associação Desportiva do Bairro Craveiro Lopes (ADESBA for short) is a basketball club based in the neighborhood of Craveiro Lopes just west of the center of Praia on the island of Santiago, Cape Verde. The team is a member of the Santiago South Regional Basketball Association. [1] It is one of four sporting departments of ADESBA. The club won three national championship titles. Its current president is Carlos Sena Teixeira. Its nickname is canarinha which is Portuguese for the little canary.

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Its logo color has a green seal with ADESBA on top and the club's full name on the bottom with the football (soccer ball) and basketball in the middle, the sports that Bairro have.

Uniform

Its uniform has nearly the same colors to the football (soccer) club.

History

The basketball team was founded in 1975 when the country was becoming independent and was Bairro's second sports department. It was one of the first Cape Verdean basketball teams.

AD Bairro (Craveiro Lopes) won their national competition title in the 2015 season and was the first basketball club to compete in the African competitions and finished eight in the 2015 season. [2] Bairro Craveiro Lopes was the next club to compete in the African competitions in any sport, the last appearance was Sporting Clube da Praia in soccer in 2009.

Arena

Gimnodesportivo Vava Duarte, home arena of AD Bairro or ADESBA V SDC10039.jpg
Gimnodesportivo Vava Duarte, home arena of AD Bairro or ADESBA

The team plays at Gimnodesportivo Vava Duarte in Gamboa, Praia just south of Estádio da Várzea and the city center. Teams based in the city that play in the arena are ABC and Seven Stars. All other teams based in a subdivision in Praia or the south of the island play at the arena.

Honours

2011-12, 2014-15
2012, 2015

Championship and cup history

Island/Regional championship

SeasonDiv.Pos.Pl.WDLPtc.PFPAPDRegional Cup
201722141220.8571050633417

Statistics

Former players

See also

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References

  1. Santiago South Regional Basketball Association at League Line-Up
  2. "Liga dos Campeões Africanos: Bairro termina na oitava posição" [African Champions League, Bairro Finished Eight in Basketball]. A Semana. 19 December 2015. Archived from the original on 2015-12-22. Retrieved 21 December 2015.