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History

 

Opening of the OrangeCampus

ratiopharm ulm ended with a great third place in the BBL Finals tournament in Munich and became the only German starter at the EuroCup | with the 7th pick at the 2020 NBA Draft the Detroit Pistons selected young Ulm point guard Killian Hayes

2020
 

The Ulm basketball family keeps growing and growing. The club is the second biggest basketball club in Germany after Alba Berlin

2019
 

The cities Ulm and Neu-Ulm voted for the OrangeCampus with a large majority

David Krämer became the best German scorer in the ProA (16,9 ppg)

2018
 

ratiopharm ulm set a new all-time league record with 27 wins in a row

ratiopharm ulm finished the BBL regular season in first place for the first time (31-2 record) | ratiopharm ulm cracked the one million spectator mark in the ratiopharm arena | awards for Raymar Morgan (BBL MVP) and Thorsten Leibenath (Coach of the year) | ratiopharm ulm is the first German club with two teams each in NBBL and JBBL | OrangeAcademy is ProB champion and moved up to ProA

2017
 

German League runner-up

Sold out 100 BBL home games in a row | Per Günther received the “Pascal Roller” award | first time host of the NBBL / JBBL Top4 in Ulm and Ulms NBBL and JBBL teams qualified for the Top4 the first time | OrangeAcademy started in the ProB the first time | best player development program and most playing minutes for young German players

2016
 

Per Günther received the “Pascal Roller” award

First Open-Air-Basketball game in Germany with 6.000 spectators in front of Ulm Minster, the highest church in the world. Ulm won 129:127 against Brose Bamberg | received the “Special Award des Ulmer Marketingpreis” award

2015
 

German Cup runner-up

Per Günther received the “Pascal Roller” award | first time league runner-up of an Ulm junior team (under 14)

2014
 

German Cup runner-up

ratiopharm ulm reached the EuroCup Quarter-Finals | awards for John Bryant (BBL MVP) and Per Günther (“Pascal Roller” award) | received the “Ulmer Marketingpreis” award

2013
 

German League runner-up

Awards for John Bryant (BBL MVP), Thorsten Leibenath (Coach of the year) and Per Günther (“Pascal Roller” award) | opening of an own practice facility in Neu-Ulm

2012
 

Opening of the ratiopharm arena

2011
 

Reaching the BBL playoffs for the first time

Jeff Gibbs became the best rebounder of the league the third time in a row | the cities Ulm and Neu-Ulm decided to build the ratiopharm arena

2009
 

ratiopharm ulm moved up to the 1st German Basketball League (BBL)

2006
 

Founded by managing partners Andreas Oettel and Dr. Thomas Stoll, using the license for the 2nd German Basketball League

2001
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