|03 Dec 21||ALBA Berlin ||-|| Olimpia Milano|
|05 Dec 21||ALBA Berlin ||-|| Niners Chemnitz|
|10 Dec 21||Panathinaikos BC ||-|| ALBA Berlin|
|12 Dec 21||ALBA Berlin ||-|| Bayern München|
|14 Dec 21||Real Madrid ||-|| ALBA Berlin|
|25 Nov 21||ALBA Berlin|| ||91 - 86|| ||Maccabi Tel|
|21 Nov 21||Ulm|| ||66 - 71|| ||ALBA Berlin|
|19 Nov 21||BC UNICS|| ||85 - 71|| ||ALBA Berlin|
|17 Nov 21||BC Zenit|| ||75 - 66|| ||ALBA Berlin|
|11 Nov 21||ALBA Berlin|| ||63 - 90|| ||Anadolu Efes|
Alba Berlin (also Berlin Albatrosse) is a prominent German professional basketball club that is based in Berlin, Germany. The club was founded in 1991, and is today the largest German national basketball club by membership figures. Alba Berlin hosts its home games at the O2 World arena and competes in the German League and the Euroleague.
After winning eight German Championships, eight German Cups, three German Supercups, and the FIBA Korać Cup in 1995, Alba Berlin is considered to be the most successful German basketball team, both domestically and internationally. With an average attendance of more than 10,000 fans per game in a season, it is also one of the most popular basketball clubs in Europe. In 2012, Alba Berlin was the first German basketball club to compete against a former NBA champion, the Dallas Mavericks. In 2013, Alba Berlin was portrayed in the ESPN documentary series Basketball Capitals.
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