Oberwart Gunners

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Oberwart Gunners
Oberwart Gunners logo.png
NicknameGunners
Leagues Österreichische Basketball Bundesliga
Founded1957;64 years ago (1957)
ArenaSporthalle Oberwart
Capacity2,500
Location Oberwart, Austria
Team colorsWhite, Blue
  
Team managerAndreas Leitner
Head coachChris Chougaz
Championships2 Austrian Championship
4 Austrian Cups
Website www.gunners.at
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Oberwart Gunners is a professional basketball club based in Oberwart, Austria. The team plays in the Österreichische Basketball Bundesliga and was founded in 1957. The team has won the Austrian championship two times, in 2011 and 2016. [1]

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Trophies

Sponsorship names

Due to sponsorship reasons, the club has been known as: [1]

Season by season

SeasonTierLeaguePos. Austrian Cup European competitions
2012–13 1 ÖBL 2nd
2013–14 1 ÖBL 7th
2014–15 1 ÖBL 7th
2015–16 1 ÖBL 1stChampion
2016–17 1 ÖBL 2ndRunner-up4 FIBA Europe Cup
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2017–18 1 ÖBL 7thRound of 16
2018–19 1 ÖBL 3rdSemifinalist

Players

Notable players

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References

  1. 1 2 "Oberwart Gunners team page". Eurobasket.com . Retrieved 2014-04-13.