Name
Spanish LEB Oro

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Established
1996 (27 years old)

First Recorded Event
2021-10-08

Current Season
2022-2023

API Football ID
95

Sport
Basketball

Location
Spain

Gender
Male

Alternate Names
Liga Española de Baloncesto

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Upcoming Events
29 Jan 23 Estudiantes 94 - 75 Força Lleida C
31 Jan 23 Albacete Basket  - Fundación Luce
01 Feb 23 Club Ourense Ba  - Estudiantes
01 Feb 23 CB Miraflores  - CB Ciudad de Va
01 Feb 23 Palencia Balonc  - CB Almansa
01 Feb 23 AB Castelló  - Gipuzkoa Basket
01 Feb 23 CD Estela  - BC Andorra
01 Feb 23 Cáceres Ciudad  - Oviedo CB
01 Feb 23 Iraurgi SB  - Club Melilla Ba
04 Feb 23 Oviedo CB  - Palencia Balonc

Latest Results
28 Jan 23 Gipuzkoa Basket 88 - 89  Club Ourense Ba
28 Jan 23 CB Almansa 65 - 76  Cáceres Ciudad
28 Jan 23 CB Ciudad de Va 76 - 70  Palencia Balonc
28 Jan 23 BC Andorra 84 - 72  AB Castelló
27 Jan 23 Club Melilla Ba 67 - 88  CB Miraflores
27 Jan 23 Oviedo CB 63 - 57  Albacete Basket
27 Jan 23 Fundación Luce 78 - 77  CD Estela
21 Jan 23 CB Ciudad de Va 90 - 86  Cáceres Ciudad
21 Jan 23 Fundación Luce 74 - 70  AB Castelló
21 Jan 23 Oviedo CB 62 - 69  CD Estela

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The Liga Española de Baloncesto, also known as LEB Oro, is the second basketball division of the Spanish basketball league system after the Liga ACB. It is run by the FEB. The Liga Española de Baloncesto is divided into two categories (the other one is the LEB Plata). The LEB league was founded in 1996 and is played under FIBA rules. It was renamed LEB Oro in 2007.

The league is contested by 18 clubs. Each season, the top-finishing team in the LEB Oro are automatically promoted to the Liga ACB. The teams that finish the season in 2nd to 9th place enter a playoff tournament, with the winner also gaining promotion to the Liga ACB. The three lowest-finishing teams in the LEB Oro are relegated to LEB Plata.

A total of 75 teams have competed in LEB Oro since its inception in 1996. 18 teams have been crowned champions and 28 teams have gained promotion to Liga ACB, of which only five teams could not play in Liga ACB. Club Melilla Baloncesto is the only team that played all seasons of the league.


Seasons


2021-2022

2022-2023

Teams

AB Castelló

Albacete Basket

BC Andorra

Cáceres Ciudad

CB Almansa

CB Ciudad de Va

CB San Pablo Burg

CD Estela

Club Melilla Ba

Club Ourense Ba

Estudiantes

Força Lleida C

Fundación Luce

Gipuzkoa Basket

Iraurgi SB

Oviedo CB

Palencia Balonc

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