CDB Seville

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CDB Seville
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Founded 1987
Hall Palacio Municipal de Deportes San Pablo
(7,626 seats)
president Juan Carlos Ollero
Trainer Joan Plaza
league Liga ACB
2011/12: 7th place
  ULEB Eurocup
Colours Blue White
Jersey colors
Jersey colors
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Jersey colors
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ULEB Eurocup finalist 2011

Club Deportivo Baloncesto Sevilla , also known under the sponsor name Cajasol , is a Spanish basketball club based in the Andalusian capital Seville . The first team plays in the Spanish ACB league . The home games are played in the Palacio Municipal de Deportes San Pablo with a capacity of 7,626 .


The club was founded in 1987 and acquired the rights from Dribling Madrid to play the second division . For the 1989/90 season they were promoted to the ACB league, from which the Seville team has not been relegated since. Although no title has yet been won, the team established itself as one of the strongest in the league, especially from the mid to late 1990s. Both 1995/96 and 1998/99 they reached the final playoff for the Spanish championship, but failed both times at FC Barcelona . Also in 1998/99 the team reached the final of the Spanish Cup , where they lost to TAU Cerámica with 61:70. Internationally, the club took part in the Korać Cup in 1993/94 and 1994/95. Both in 1996/97 and 1999/2000 CDB Sevilla started as Caja San Fernando in the Euroleague , the highest club competition on the continent. In the 2000/01 season the team reached the round of 16 in the Saporta Cup , as well as in the round of the last 16 they failed in the EuroChallenge 2008/09. The greatest success so far on the international stage came at the Eurocup 2010/11 ; after victories in the final round against Budiwelnik Kiev and Benetton Treviso , CDB Sevilla only failed in the final with 77:92 to UNICS Kazan .


Throughout history, the club has had sponsor names several times, the most famous being Caja San Fernando , whom the team ran for 20 years:

  • Caja San Fernando (1987-2007)
  • Cajasol (2007-2011)
  • Cajasol Banca Cívica (2011–2012)
  • Cajasol (2012-2014)
  • Baloncesto Sevilla (since 2014)

Current squad

Squad Cajasol Banca Civica Sevilla in the 2012/2013 season
Attention: The squad information is out of date!
(current season: 2020/2021)
No. Nat. Surname birth size info Last club
Guards ( PG , SG )
4th SerbiaSerbia Milenko Tepic 02/27/1987 202
8th Czech RepublicCzech Republic Tomáš Satoranský 10/30/1991 201
11 SpainSpain Guillermo Corrales 06/13/1995 178
23 United StatesUnited States John Holland 11/06/1988 196 Chorale Roanne
45 SerbiaSerbia Nikola Radičević 04/25/1995 194 Partizan Belgrade
Forwards ( SF , PF )
6th United StatesUnited States Brian Asbury 10/01/1986 200 Elitzur Netanya
7th GeorgiaGeorgia Beka Burjanadze 03/01/1994 201
15th SpainSpain Joan Sastre 09/10/1991 201
21st SerbiaSerbia Luka Bogdanović 02/11/1985 204 A-Nat
22nd United StatesUnited States Bradley Buckma 01/11/1984 203 Tofas Bursa
Center ( C )
5 SpainSpain Juan José Triguero December 27, 1983 212
12 Czech RepublicCzech Republic Ondřej Balvín 09/20/1992 216
33 United StatesUnited States Robert Dozier 11/26/1985 206 Cholet Basket
Nat. Surname position
SpainSpain Aíto García Reneses boss
SpainSpain Diego Ocampo Co
SpainSpain Javier Carrasco Soriano Co
Abbr. meaning
A-Nat National player
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Status: November 20, 2012

Known players

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