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Uppsala Basket is a Swedish basketball club based in Uppsala that plays in the Fourth Division, the fourth tier level in Sweden. The club was founded in 1960 and plays it home games at Fyrishov.
The club is known for its talent development. In recent years, this has been shown by the many players in the Swedish youth national teams hailing from Uppsala. The club has a unique cooperation with a basketball academy.
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