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  • Winner
    Eurocup
    2011
  • Winner
    Russia cup
    2003, 2009, 2014
  • Winner
    FIBA Europe League
    2004

  • Winner NEBL 2003
  • Silver
    Russian championship
    2001, 2002, 2004, 2007, 2016
  • Bronze
    Russian championship
    2000, 2003, 2005, 2009, 2010, 2011
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History

Basketball Club “UNICS” was created in 1991. The team started its performance in the First (the lowest) league of the Russian Championship. Some years had passed before the team staff formation.

Since 1994, successively, from season to season, passing from league to league, in 1997 the team won its right to play in the Super league ( the highest division) of the Russian Championship. In 1998-1999 the team got the 5-th position in the Russian Championship.

Since December 1998, the Chairman of the National Bank of Tatarstan Republic- Evgenyi Borisovich Bogachev, has become the President of the Basketball Club.

In 2000, 2003,2005,2009,2010 UNICS was the bronze medalist, in 2001,2002,2004 and 2007- the silver medalist of the Russian Championship. In 2006 UNICS got the 4-th place in the Russian and Super league Championships.

Since 1997 the team has been playing in the Euro cup competitions (three times in the Saport Cup , twice in the Corach Cup, FIBA Championship Cup, twice in the FIBA- Europe League, three times in the ULEB-Cup, twice in the Europe Cup).

The highest achievement in the Euro cups is the victory in the FIBA- Europe League in 2004. In January 2003 UNICS won the Cup of the North- European Basketball League, and in March 2003- the Cup of Russia. In 2009 UNICS became the winner of the Russian Cup for the second time. UNICS is the finalist of the Russian Cup 2005, 2007 and 2010. In April 2004 UNICS became the champion of the FIBA-Europe League.

Since June 2000 to June 2006 the main coach of the team was the Merited Sport Master, the Honoured Coach of Russia- Stanislav Eremin.

Since June 2006 the main coach of UNICS was the Honoured Coach of Lithuania – Antanas Sireika.

Since December 2007- the main coach was the Serbian expert Aco Petrovich. Since June 2009- the Honoured Coach of Lithuania- Valdemaras Homichus.

Since June 2010 the main coach of the team – Merited Sport Master, Honoured Coach of Russia- Evgenyui Pashutine.

The players of UNICS: Rouslan Avleev and Alexander Petrenko participated in the final of the Europe Championship in 1999. Rouslan Avleev, Evgenyui Pashutine, Valentin Koubrakov participated in the Olympiad -2000. Evgenyui Pashutine, Peter Samoilenko, Anton Udine performed in the final of the European Championship- 2001. Igor Koudelin took part in the World Championship-2002. In the final of the Europe-2003 Championship Peter Samoilenko, Valentin Koubrakov played. The basketball- player of UNICS- Aurelius Jukauskas –won the title of the Europe- champion -2003 as a part of the Lithuanian National Team. Peter Samoilenko (Russia), Kshishtoff Lavrinovich (Lithuania) participated in the final of the Europe-2005 Championship.

In 2006- the players of UNICS- the Lavrinovich brothers performed in the World Championship-2006 as a part of the Lithuanian National team. In the European Championship 2007- the basketball-player of UNICS- Nikolay Padius became the continental champion as a part of the Russian National team; Dariush Lavrinovich won the bronze medal as a part of the Lithuanian National team. Another player of the Club- Taric Kirksay (France) also participated in the Championship. Marco Popovich, Kreshimir Lonchar( the Croatian National team) took part in the final of the European Championship- 2009.

In August 29th, 2003 the greatest in Russia, the specialized Basket-hall entered into exploitation. Its’ capacity is 7500 spectators of the main arena and 1500 spectators of the small arena. In 2005 the country sport base of the UNICS- club in Vasilievo, a small settlement, 30 km from Kazan, was built.

Contact information:

Basketball Club UNICS Adress: 7- M.Djalilya street, Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia, 420011

Tel./Fax: (843) 292-16-55, 292-54-61

e-mail: club@unics.ru

Club logotype in CDR format

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TOURNAMENTS
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VTB League
season 2016/2017,
g w pts
1
CSKA
Moscow, Russia
16 14 30
2
Lokomotiv-Kuban
Krasnodar, Russia
15 13 28
3
Khimki
Moscow region, Russia
16 13 29
4
Zenit
St. Petersburg, Russia
16 13 29
5
UNICS
Kazan, Russia
17 11 28
6
VEF
Riga, Latvia
14 7 21
7
Enisey
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
16 7 23
8
Astana
Astana, Kazakhstan
16 6 22
9
Nizhny Novgorod
Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
16 5 21
10
Avtodor
Saratov, Russia
16 5 21
11
Tsmoki-Minsk
Minsk, Belarus
15 4 19
12
Kalev
Tallinn, Estonia
16 4 20
13
Parma
Perm, Russia
15 0 15
Glossary: g - games played; w - games won; pts - tournament points;
#
season 2016/2017,
g w pts
1
Real
Madrid, Spain
23 17 40
2
CSKA
Moscow, Russia
22 16 38
3
Olympiacos
Piraeus, Greece
22 16 38
4
Fenerbahce
Istanbul, Turkey
22 14 36
5
Panathinaikos
Athens, Greece
22 13 35
6
Baskonia
Vitoria, Spain
22 12 34
7
Crvena Zvezda
Belgrade, Serbia
22 12 34
8
Anadolu Efes
Istanbul, Turkey
22 11 33
9
Darussafaka
Istanbul, Turkey
22 11 33
10
Zalgiris
Kaunas, Lithuania
22 9 31
11
Вrose Вaskets
Bamberg, Germany
22 8 30
12
Barcelona
Barcelona, Spain
22 8 30
13
Maccabi
Tel Aviv, Israel
22 8 30
14
EA7 Emporio Armani
Milan, Italy
21 7 28
15
Galatasaray
Istanbul, Turkey
22 7 29
16
UNICS
Kazan, Russia
22 7 29
Glossary: g - games played; w - games won; pts - tournament points;
#
United League VTB U21
season 2016/2017,
g w pts
1
CSKA-2
Moscow, Russia
10 10 20
2
Avtodor-2
Saratov, Russia
10 8 18
3
Lokomotiv-Kuban-2
Krasnodar, Russia
8 5 13
4
Khimki-2
Moscow region, Russia
10 5 15
5
Zenit-2
St. Petersburg, Russia
10 5 15
6
Parma-2
Perm, Russia
8 4 12
7
Nizhny Novgorod-2
Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
4 2 6
8
UNICS-2
Kazan, Russia
24 11 35
9
Samara-2
Samara, Russia
12 4 16
10
Spartak
Saint-Petersburg, Russia
8 2 10
11
Enisey-2
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
8 0 8
Glossary: g - games played; w - games won; pts - tournament points;

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