Swiss Central Basket

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Swiss Central Basket
Founded May 20, 2009
Hall Maihof
Trainer Orlando Bear
league NLB
* Men's promotion to the NLA (2015)

Swiss Central Basket is a Swiss basketball club from Lucerne .


Swiss Central Basket (SCB) was founded on May 20, 2009 as an umbrella club and performance center for basketball in Central Switzerland . The location is Lucerne . BC Buchrain-Ebikon, Emmen Basket, the Kriens basketball school, STV Luzern Basket, TV Reussbühl Basket, Arth-Goldau basketball school, Sarnen basketball club and LK Zug Basket are all involved in the association. The founding members include Noldi Huber, Zoran Popovic, Norbert Valis and Urs Güttinger.

From 2009 to 2015 Noldi Huber acted as President of Swiss Central Basket, from 2015 to 2018 Thomas Müller led the fate of the association in this office, and in 2018 Huber took over the post again. Huber retired in summer 2020.

Men's team

In the 2014/15 season, the team was promoted to the National League A under the direction of coach Danijel Erić . In 2017, for financial reasons, there was a withdrawal from the top division in Switzerland, but was ultimately averted. In the summer of 2020, the club announced the withdrawal of the team from National League A to the NLB for financial reasons and due to several players leaving, in order to continue working with players from the area in the second division. Coach Erić resigned from his position in June 2020, succeeded by Orlando Bär, who had previously been assistant coach.


  • Promotion to the National League A 2015

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. About Swiss Central Basketball. Retrieved June 29, 2018 .
  3. ^ A b Daniel Schriber: Swiss Central Basketball is voluntarily relegated to the NLB - coach Eric stops. Retrieved June 26, 2020 .
  4. LUCERNE: Swiss Central moves up to the NLA | Lucerne newspaper . In: Lucerne newspaper . ( [accessed on June 29, 2018]).
  5. Swiss Central Basket - Voluntary relegation to the NLB is no longer an issue . In: Swiss Radio and Television (SRF) . ( [accessed June 29, 2018]).