Alba Berlin
Roster
No.PlayerCountryPos.HeightBorn
5 AVDALOVIC, VULE Serbia Guard 1.89 1981
6 SCHULTZE, SVEN Germany Forward 2.08 1978
7 NEY, JOEY Germany Guard 1.97 1992
8 SCHAFFARTZIK, HEIKO Germany Guard 1.81 1984
9 THOMPSON, DEON USA Forward 2.03 1988
10 FULLE, SEBASTIAN Germany Guard 1.92 1992
11 BYARS, DERRICK USA Forward 2.01 1984
13 MONSE, STEVEN Germany Forward 1.98 1990
14 DJEDOVIC, NIHAD Bosnia - Herzegovina Guard 1.96 1990
19 MIRALLES, ALBERT Spain Center 2.07 1982
21 HERWIG, DAVID Germany Guard 1.93 1993
23 WOOD, DASHAUN USA Guard 1.85 1985
24 TRAORE, ALI France Center 2.08 1985
25 FOSTER, JEKEL USA Guard 1.91 1983
34 IDBIHI, YASSIN Germany Center 2.08 1983
44 MORLEY, ZACH USA Forward 2.03 1983
 Head Coach    
  OBRADOVIC, SASA Serbia    

Team latest news

Alba Berlin strengthens ties with China

The capitals of Germany and China, Berlin and Beijing, mark two decades as sister cities this year and Alba Berlin will be at the heart of the celebrations. One of the noteworthy events takes place this weekend when Alba Berlin is organizing a friendship cup tournament at Max Schmeling Halle in which 150 young players from across Germany and China will compete in a festive atmosphere.

Club info
Alba Berlin is back in the Eurocup looking to extend its five-year streak during which the club has made at least the Euroleague Top 16 or the Eurocup Last 16. The 2012-13 season was both a successful and historic one for Berlin, as it lifted the German Cup for its first title of any kind since 2009. Alba also made a lot of noise in the Turkish Airlines Euroleague, making its second Top 16 appearance. Historically speaking, with eight titles, Alba Berlin has been one of the best teams in the German League over the past two decades and more recently the Albatross have shown flashes of Eurocup brilliance as well. Alba became the first German team to win a European trophy when it raised the 1995 Korac Cup, which started a string of brilliance that continues to produce. Sasa Obradovic, who has become the team's head coach, Teo Alibegovic and Coach Svetislav Pesic led Alba to that first European title. What followed was dominance on the home front as Berlin reeled off seven consecutive German League titles. Those triumphs also earned Alba a regular spot in the Euroleague, with players like Wendell Alexis, Henrik Rodl and Marco Pesic playing major roles in the dynasty. Alba made it to the Euroleague eighthfinals in 1997, 1998 and 2000 and reached the 2001 FIBA SuproLeague quarterfinals. Alba continued to be a dangerous opponent in years to come, though it never found the way through to the Top 16. Berlin then began a run of four straight seasons in the ULEB Cup. It made history by winning one of the most exciting ULEB Cup games ever and the longest game recorded in European club competition: a five-overtime 141-127 victory over KK Bosna in December 2007. Alba became the German League regular season champion in 2006 and 2007 and won the German Cup in 2006. With Julius Jenkins and Bobby Brown running the show, Alba managed to win the 2008 German League title and return to the Euroleague. In the 2008-09 Euroleague season, Alba finally advanced to the Top 16 for the first time. Alba also lifted the German Cup title and its home court, the magnificent o2 World, was home to the 2009 Euroleague Final Four. Three years ago, Berlin made noise in the Eurocup by storming through to the title game in Vitoria, Spain – cheered on by fans that traveled by car and bus all the way from Berlin due to air traffic problems – but Valencia ended their chances of seeing their team lift the trophy. Alba has lived up to its reputation and was a threat at every turn in the past two seasons, but until last year no more trophies were added to its roll of honors. With its model basketball organization, competitive squad and an outstanding arena, Alba Berlin looks to continue its run of European success and give its diehard fans more big things to cheer about.
Trophy Case
Korac Cup: 1995
German National League: 1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-00, 2000-01, 2001-02, 2002-03, 2007-08
German National Cup:1997, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2009, 2013
DOMESTIC LEAGUE: Germany
President Axel Schweitzer
Address Cantianstrasse, 24 10437 Berlin - Germany
Arena O2 WORLD
Tel. +49 30 300 905 10
Fax +49 30 300 905 99