BC Cherno More Varna


BC Cherno More Varna
Cherno More
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Club fondé en -
Couleurs -
Président Pavlin Nikolov
Salle Palace of culture and sports,"Academic"
(- places)
Adresse Varna 9000,
Vapzarov St 15

Le BC Cherno More Varna ((bg) Черно море“) un club bulgare de basket-ball basé à Varna.

Sommaire

Historique

Noms successifs

  • Depuis 2005 : Cherno More IG Verna
  • Avant 2005 : MM-Beer Cherno More

Palmarès

  • Champion de Bulgarie : 1999
  • Vainqueur de la Coupe de Bulgarie : 1998, 1999, 2000

Entraîneurs successifs

Depuis ? : Darin Velikov

Effectif actuel

Joueurs célèbres ou marquants

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