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Spanish Wheelchair Basketball League

División de Honor de Baloncesto en Silla de Ruedas
Sport Wheelchair Basketball
Founded 1971
No. of teams 12
Country  Spain
Most recent champion(s) CD Fundosa ONCE
Most titles CD Fundosa ONCE
(13 titles)
Relegation to Primera División
Domestic cup(s) Copa del Rey
Official website .es.feddfbsr

The Spanish Wheelchair Basketball League, in Spanish called División de Honor de Baloncesto en Silla de Ruedas is the top-flight professional league for wheelchair basketball teams in Spain with men and women players. It is governed by the Spanish Sports Federation for People with Physical Disabilities (Spanish: Federación Española de Deportes de Personas con Discapacidad Físicos, FEDDF).

Founded in 1971 as Primera División it changed its name to División de Honor in 1992.[1]

Contents

  • Competition format 1
  • 2014–15 teams 2
  • Latest winners 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Competition format

Ten teams compete annually in the league, played with a double round-robin format. The Spanish league the only one of the major leagues in Europe without playoffs.

The last two teams are relegated to a lower league, the Spanish Wheelchair Basketball First División while the two top ranked teams of the lower league are promoted to the División de Honor. CD Ilunion, formerly called CD Fundosa ONCE is the most successful team.

2014–15 teams

Spanish Wheelchair Basketball League is located in Spain
Amiab
CAI
Amfiv
Amivel
Bilbao
Cludemi
Getafe
Location of teams in 2014–15 División de Honor
Spanish Wheelchair Basketball League is located in Canary Islands
Gran Canaria
Canary Islands
Team Location
Amiab Albacete Albacete
Bidaideak Bilbao BSR Bilbao
BSR ACE Gran Canaria Las Palmas
CAI Deporte Adaptado Zaragoza
CD Amfiv Vigo
CD Ilunion Madrid
Clínicas Rincón Amivel Granada
Cludemi Almería Almería
Fundación Grupo Norte Valladolid
Getafe BSR Getafe
Joventut BCR Badalona
Mideba Extremadura Badajoz

Latest winners

Despite the league was created in 1971, there are only reliable sources of results and league tables since 1989, when it started to be sponsored by ONCE.[2]

Season Winner Runner-up
1989–90 Ademi Málaga
1990–91 Ademi Málaga
1991–92 CD ONCE Andalucía
1992–93 CD ONCE Andalucía
1993–94 CD ONCE Andalucía
1994–95 CD Fundosa ONCE
1995–96 CD Fundosa ONCE
1996–97 CD Fundosa ONCE
1997–98 CD Fundosa ONCE
1998–99 CD Fundosa ONCE
1999–00 CD Fundosa ONCE ADM Econy Gran Canaria
2000–01 CD Fundosa ONCE CD ONCE Andalucía
2001–02 CD Fundosa ONCE CD ONCE Andalucía
2002–03 CD ONCE Andalucía CD Fundosa ONCE
2003–04 CD ONCE Andalucía ADM Econy Gran Canaria
2004–05 CD ONCE Andalucía CP Mideba
2005–06 CD ONCE Andalucía CP Mideba
2006–07 CD Fundosa ONCE Fundación Polaris World BSR
2007–08 CD ONCE Andalucía CD Fundosa ONCE
2008–09 CD Fundosa ONCE CD ONCE Andalucía
2009–10 CD ONCE Andalucía CD Fundosa ONCE
2010–11 BSR Valladolid CD Fundosa ONCE
2011–12 CD Fundosa ONCE CID Casa Murcia Getafe
2012–13 CD Fundosa ONCE BSR Valladolid
2013–14 CD Fundosa ONCE Bilbao BSR
2014–15 CD Ilunion CD Amiab

See also

References

  1. ^ CAI Deporte Adaptado History (Spanish)
  2. ^ Baloncesto en silla de ruedas: CD ONCE 2008/09; El Desmarque Sevilla, 7 October 2008 (Spanish)

External links

  • Official website
  • Unofficial website
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