MoraBanc Andorra


- Sergi Garcia G 1.93
- Oriol Pauli F 2.01
- Malik Dime C 2.06
- Haukur Palsson F 1.97
1 Tyson Perez F 2.02
5 Bandja Sy C 2.04
7 Babatunde Olumuyiwa C 2.05
24 Guillem Colom F 1.95
25 David Jelinek F 1.95
30 Jeremy Senglin G 1.88

Head Coach: Ibon Navarro
EuroCup 2020-21
Accumulated Statistics - All phases
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Average Statistics - All phases
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Club info

MoraBanc Andorra comes off an incredible 7DAYS EuroCup season that will forever be remembered in the sixth-smallest nation in Europe. Led by Andrew Albicy, Dylan Ennis and Moussa Diagne, MoraBanc was undefeated at home and grabbed a road win - its first ever in the EuroCup - against Germani Brescia Leonessa to advance to the Top 16. Led by an unstoppable Albicy, MoraBanc won its first five Top 16 games, but a loss against UNICS Kazan dropped the Andorran squad to second place. LDLC ASVEL Villeurbanne had the home-court advantage in their quarterfinal playoffs series, but Andorra was able to take the series to a do-or-die Game 3 and win at the Astroballe, 80-82, thus advancing to the semifinals in epic fashion. ALBA Berlin stood in its way to the finals with two wins by a narrow margin - 102-97 in Berlin and 81-87 in Andorra. Albicy was chosen to the All-EuroCup First Team and Ennis earned All-EuroCup Second Team honors. MoraBanc paid for the effort of such an extraordinary EuroCup season in domestic competitions; it missed out on both the Spanish Copa del Rey tournament and the Spanish League playoffs by narrow margins. Nonetheless, MoraBanc will be one of the teams to beat in the 2019-20 EuroCup.


2019-20 EuroCup 8-8 Top 16
2018-19 EuroCup 13-8 Semifinals
2017-18 EuroCup 3-7 Regular Season

TOTAL: 47 24-23

Andorra may be a small country, but it has great pride when it comes to its signature basketball team. MoraBanc Andorra La Vella was founded in 1970 as Club de Baloncesto Les Escaldes, but in just one year, it became Basquet Club Andorra, its official name for more than four decades. The club started playing in Spanish regional leagues and reached national-level competitions in 1984. In the 1985-86 season, Andorra won the Spanish third division title and finally broke through in 1992 led by Sergi Lopez, Josep Maria Margall and Ray Smith. A 73-71 win over Caceres on April 14, 1992, gave Andorra the Spanish second division title. The then-called Festina Andorra invested well to avoid relegation problems, inking veteran playmaker Jose Luis Llorente and a pair of strong big men, Piculin Ortiz and Dan Godfread. Coached by Edu Torres, Andorra ranked 12th overall in the 1992-93 season and lost in the playoff eighthfinals to Caja San Fernando. Andorra went on to have a fantastic 1993-94 season, finishing fourth at the end of the regular season with an 18-10 record. Godfread was joined by Andy Toolson, Frankie Solana – who is the team's current sports director – and Quique Villalobos. Ultimately, Orense swept Andorra in the eighthfinals. In 1994-95, Andorra qualified for the Copa del Rey for the first time and lost in the quarterfinals against Estudiantes 87-86. Led by Ricky Brown and Conner Henry, Andorra also reached the playoffs as the eighth-ranked team, but was felled by FC Barcelona. That result allowed Andorra to make its debut in European competitions in the 1995-96 Korac Cup. But that season the team did not advance past the regular season, fell back to the Spanish second division and financial issues forced Andorra to start all the way from the bottom, in the third regional division. By 2009, the team had been promoted enough times to reach the Spanish third division. It went one level up in 2012 and returned to the top Spanish League in 2014, where it has stayed ever since. After a couple of 14th-place finishes, Andorra took a big step forward in the 2016-17 season, as Giorgi Shermadini, Beqa Burjanadze and Andrew Albicy led Andorra to the Copa del Rey tournament and the Spanish League playoffs. Andorra lost against Real Madrid by a narrow margin in both competitions. With its debut in the 7DAYS EuroCup two seasons ago, Andorra was on the European basketball map and a year later, the team was ready. Albicy and Dylan Ennis were named to the All-EuroCup teams and the club downed LDLC ASVEL Villeurbanne without home-court advantage in the first playoff round to reach the semifinals. ALBA Berlin stood in its way to success, but MoraBanc had made EuroCup history. As the club keeps growing, MoraBanc hopes to reach high in all competitions, with big ambitions and enough experience to go far.

Average Records - All seasons
Category Season Value
Index Rating 2018-19 93.33
Points 2018-19 84.86
Total Rebounds 2019-20 33.81
Assists 2019-20 19.06
Steals 2018-19 7.90
Blocks 2018-19 2.62
2-pointers made 2018-19 19.71
3-pointers made 2019-20 10.75
Free throws made 2018-19 18.57
Gorka Aixàs
Club Address:
Baixada del Molí 20, 1R 2A, AD500 Andorra La Vella, Andorra
Baixada del Molí 31-35 AD500, Andorra La Vella, Andorra