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Central European Basketball League

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Central European Basketball League

The Central European Basketball League (also known as the CEBL) was a professional basketball competition in Central Europe. It was composed of teams from Slovakia, Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary and Romania. The CEBL was created in 2007 and folded in 2010.


Teams that participated in the 2008–09 season.
League Teams
Basketball Bundesliga Kapfenberg Bulls, Xion Dukes Klosterneuburg, UKJ BC Mollersdorf Traiskirchen
NBL Geofin Nový Jičín, BK Opava
Division A BCM Elba Timişoara, U Mobitelco Cluj
Nemzeti Bajnokság I/A Marso-Vagép NYKK, Albacomp
Slovak Extraliga Skanska Pezinok BC, BC Spisska Nova Ves, MBK Handlová, BK Inter Bratislava


Season Champion Score Finalist
2008–09 Albacomp Fehérvár 92–66 BCM Timisoara
2009–10 Nový Jičín 81–78 U Mobitelco Cluj

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  • Official website
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