Real Canoe NC (basketball)
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Real Canoe NC Basketball
Real Canoe
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LeaguesM: LEB Plata
W: Liga Femenina 2
Founded1940 (basketball section)
ArenaPolideportivo Pez Volador
LocationMadrid, Spain
Team colorsYellow, Black, Navy Blue.
              
Websitewww.realcanoe.es
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The club

Real Canoe Natación Club is the basketball team of this club based in Madrid, Spain. The section was founded in 1940.

The men's team played in the top division of Spanish basketball from 1957 to 1965, but nowadays plays in LEB Plata. The women's team was Liga Femenina champion three times, but now plays in Liga Femenina 2.

History

Men's team

Founded in 1940, after achieving several titles of second division and Regional Castilian championships, made its debut in the Liga Nacional in 1957, where it remained until 1965.

After reaching the second division in several stages during its whole history, it finally joined the Liga EBA since its foundation in 1994, where it played 20 of its 23 seasons before promoting and accepting to play in LEB Plata, third tier since 2000, league that refused to play after promoting in 2012.

On 5 June 2018, despite finishing the regular season in the ninth position, Real Canoe promoted to LEB Oro, thus coming back to a second tier league 22 years after.

Women's team

The women's team made its debut in the first division in 1980 after merging with Club de Vacaciones[1]

Real Canoe achieved three consecutive leagues between 1983 and 1986 and a Copa de la Reina in 1996. The club resigned voluntarily to continue playing in the top tier in 2000 and since that resign, they only played two more seasons in Liga Femenina.

After resigning to play in Liga Femenina 2 in 2012, the club spent four years in the third tier before promoting again to the second division.[2][3]

Players (men's)

Current roster

Note: Flags indicate national team eligibility at FIBA sanctioned events. Players may hold other non-FIBA nationality not displayed.

Depth chart

Pos. Starting 5 Bench 1 Bench 2
C Herve Kabasele Chema Gil
PF Olaf Schaftenaar Tyler Seibring
SF Ander Martínez Olle Lundqvist
SG Kristian Kullamäe Álvaro Lobo Guillermo Ruiz
PG Alberto Martín Facundo Corvalán

Colours: Blue = homegrown player; Red = non-FIBA Europe player

Season by season

Men's team

Season Tier Division Pos. W-L Copa del Rey
1957-58 1 1ª División 10th 4-16
1958-59 1 1ª División 12th 4-1-19
1959-60 1 1ª División 12th[a] 3-1-18 Round of 16
1960-61 1 1ª División 8th 10-12 Round of 16[b]
1961-62 1 1ª División 9th 2-1-19
1962-63 1 1ª División 11th[a] 2-10
1963-64 1 1ª División 10th 5-7
1964-65 1 1ª División 8th 4-10
1965-66 Lower divisions
1966-67 2 2ª División
1967-68 2 2ª División
1968-69 2 2ª División 3rd 9-3
1969-70 2 2ª División 4th 14-1-5
1970-71 2 2ª División 3rd 16-6
1971-72 2 2ª División 3rd 18-6
1972-73 2 2ª División 2nd 19-8
1973-79 Lower divisions
1979-80 2 1ª División B 13th 9-1-20
1980-82 Lower divisions
1982-83 2 1ª División B 8th 12-2-12
1983-84 2 1ª División B 5th 14-12
1984-85 2 1ª División B 8th 12-14
1985-86 2 1ª División B 15th 4-24
1986-94 Lower divisions
1994-95 2 Liga EBA 7th 14-12
1995-96 2 Liga EBA 6th
1996-97 3 Liga EBA 4th
1997-98 3 Liga EBA 2nd 15-7
1998-00 Lower divisions
2000-01 4 Liga EBA 7th 16-14
2001-02 4 Liga EBA 4th 23-11
2002-03 4 Liga EBA 3rd 22-10
2003-04 4 Liga EBA 2nd 26-7
2004-05 4 Liga EBA 1st 26-6
2005-06 4 Liga EBA 3rd 21-1-10
2006-07 4 Liga EBA 6th 13-13
2007-08 5 Liga EBA 4th 22-8
2008-09 5 Liga EBA 9th 14-14
2009-10 4 Liga EBA 3rd 24-12
2010-11 4 Liga EBA 6th 18-12
2011-12 4 Liga EBA 1st 29-5
2012-13 4 Liga EBA 1st[c] 27-4
2013-14 4 Liga EBA 15th 8-22
2014-15 5 1ª División 2nd 22-8
2015-16 4 Liga EBA 7th 14-12
2016-17 4 Liga EBA 2nd 26-7
2017-18 3 LEB Plata 2nd 23-20
2018-19 2 LEB Oro 15th 11-23

Women's

Season Tier Division Pos. Copa de la Reina European competitions
1980-81 1 1ª División 3rd Group stage
1981-82 1 1ª División 3rd Quarterfinalist
1982-83 1 1ª División 2nd Quarterfinalist
1983-84 1 1ª División 1st Runner-up
1984-85 1 1ª División 1st Third position 1 Champions Cup R16
1985-86 1 1ª División 1st Runner-up 1 Champions Cup QR
1986-87 1 1ª División 9th 1 Champions Cup QR
1987-88 1 1ª División 8th
1988-89 1 1ª División 11th
1989-90 1 1ª División 11th
1990-91 1 1ª División 3rd Runner-up
1991-92 1 1ª División 7th
1992-93 1 1ª División 6th
1993-94 1 1ª División 5th Quarterfinalist
1994-95 1 1ª División 3rd Semifinalist
1995-96 1 1ª División 3rd Champion
1996-97 1 Liga Femenina 2nd Third position
1997-98 1 Liga Femenina 11th
1998-99 1 Liga Femenina 5th Quarterfinalist
1999-00 1 Liga Femenina 7th[d]
2000-01 2 1ª División
2001-02 2 Liga Femenina 2 9th
2002-03 2 Liga Femenina 2 10th
2003-04 2 Liga Femenina 2 1st
2004-05 1 Liga Femenina 14th
2005-06 2 Liga Femenina 2 3rd
2006-07 2 Liga Femenina 2 5th
2007-08 2 Liga Femenina 2 5th
2008-09 2 Liga Femenina 2 2nd
2009-10 1 Liga Femenina 12th[e]
2010-11 2 Liga Femenina 2 2nd
2011-12 2 Liga Femenina 2 3rd
2012-13 2 Liga Femenina 2 3rd[f]
2013-14 3 1ª Nacional 1st
2014-15 3 1ª Nacional 2nd
2015-16 3 1ª Nacional 1st
2016-17 3 1ª Nacional 1st
2017-18 2 Liga Femenina 2 7th
  1. ^ a b Remained in the league.
  2. ^ Withdrew from the competition before the semifinals, even though Real Canoe qualified for them.
  3. ^ Resigned to promote to LEB Plata.
  4. ^ Resigned to their place in Liga Femenina.
  5. ^ Resigned to play in Liga Femenina due to financial problems.
  6. ^ Resigned to their place in Liga Femenina 2.

Trophies and honors (women's)

Titles

Notable players

To appear in this section a player must have either:

- Set a club record or won an individual award as a professional player.
- Played at least one official international match for his senior national team at any time.

References

  1. ^ "Primera División Femenina 1980/81" (in Spanish). Hispaligas.net. Retrieved 2017.
  2. ^ "Real Canoe, Basket Mar y Almería suben a LF2" (in Spanish). Encancha.com. 21 May 2017. Retrieved 2018.
  3. ^ "Tres nuevos inquilinos en la Liga Femenina 2" (in Spanish). Spanish Basketball Federation. Retrieved 2018.

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