Acqua S.Bernardo Cantù

Pallacanestro Cantù, known for sponsorship reasons as S.Bernardo-Cinelandia Cantù, is an Italian professional basketball club that is based in Cantù, Lombardy. On the European-wide club competition scene, Cantù is second to Real Madrid – against whom they have an 8–2 record – for European trophies won, with twelve titles (two EuroLeague, four FIBA Saporta Cups, four FIBA Korać Cups and also two FIBA Intercontinental Cups.),[1] in addition to three domestic Italian Leagues and two Italian Supercups.

Sponsorship names

  • Milenka Cantù (1954–55)
  • Oransoda Cantù (1956–58)
  • Fonte Levissima Cantù (1958–65)
  • Oransoda Cantù (1965–69)
  • Pallacanestro Cantù (1969–70)
  • Birra Forst Cantù (1970–77)
  • Gabetti Cantù (1977–80)
  • Squibb Cantù (1980–82)
  • Ford Cantù (1982–83)
  • Jollycolombani Cantù (1983–85)
  • Arexons Cantù (1985–88)
  • Wiwa Vismara Cantù (1988–90)
  • Shampoo Clear Cantù (1990–94)
  • Polti Cantù (1994–99)
  • Canturina Cantù (1999–2000)
  • Poliform Cantù (2000–01)
  • Oregon Scientific Cantù (2001–04)
  • Vertical Vision Cantù (2004–06)
  • Tisettanta Cantù (2006–08)
  • NGC Cantù (2008–09)
  • NGC Medical Cantù (2009–10)
  • Bennet Cantù (2010–12)
  • Chebolletta Cantù [Domestically] (2012)
  • Mapooro Cantù [European competitions] (2012)
  • Lenovo Cantù [Domestically] (2013)
  • Acqua Vitasnella Cantù [Domestically] (2013–2016)
  • Red October Cantù [Domestically] (2016–2019)
  • FoxTown Cantù [European competitions] (2013–2018)
  • Acqua S.Bernardo Cantù (2019)
  • S.Bernardo-Cinelandia Cantù (2019–present)

Honours

  • Italian League
Winners (3): 1967–68, 1974–75, 1980–81
Runners-up (2): 1979–80, 2010–11
  • Italian Cup
Runners-up (4): 1996–97, 2002–03, 2010–11, 2011–12
  • Italian Supercup
Winners (2): 2003, 2012
Runners-up (1): 2011
  • EuroLeague
Winners (2): 1981–82, 1982–83
Semifinalists (1): 1975–76
  • FIBA Saporta Cup
Winners (4): 1976–77, 1977–78, 1978–79, 1980–81
Runners-up (1): 1979–80
  • FIBA Korać Cup
Winners (4): 1973, 1973–74, 1974–75, 1990–91
Runners-up (1): 1988–89
Semifinalists (2): 1991–92, 1992–93
  • FIBA Intercontinental Cup
Winners (2): 1975, 1982
Runners-up (1): 1983
  • Trofeo Cinelandia
Winners (1): 2011

Team Roster

2020/2021 Team Roster
(Updated 09-03-2021)
Head Coach : Cesare Pancotto
Sacked (25 January 2021)
Head Coach : Piero Bucchi
Donte Thomas (USA)
Jaime Smith (USA)
Sha’Markus Kennedy (USA)
James Woodard (USA)
Peristeri (19 January 2021)
Gabriele Procida
Maarten Leunen
Andrea La Torre
Tommaso Lanzi
Jaaziel Dante Johnson (USA)
Jordan Baheye
Biram Baparape
Andrea Pecchia
Simone Caglio
Frank Gaines (USA)
Kavell Bigby-Williams
Fort Wayne Mad Ants (December 2020)

Head coaches

  •  James Strong – 1 season: ’54–’55
  •  Isidoro Maršan – 2 seasons: ’56–’58
  •  Gianni Corsolini – 2 seasons: ’58–’60
  •  Vittorio Tracuzzi – 2 seasons: ’60–’62
  •  Gianni Corsolini – 3 seasons: ’62–’65
  •  Arnaldo Taurisano – 1 season: ’65–’66
  •  Borislav Stanković – 2 seasons: ’66–’69
  •  Arnaldo Taurisano – 10 seasons: ’69–’79
  •  Valerio Bianchini – 3 seasons: ’79–’82
  •  Giancarlo Primo – 1 season: ’82–’83
  •  Gianni Asti – 1 season: ’83–’84
  •  Carlo Recalcati – 6 seasons: ’84–’90
  •  Fabrizio Frates – 2 seasons: ’90–’92
  •  Antonio Díaz-Miguel – 6 games: ’93
  •  Bruno Arrigoni – 1/2 season: ’93–’94
  •  Giancarlo Sacco – 1 & 1/2 seasons: ’94–’95
  •  Bruno Arrigoni – 1 game: ’95
  •  Gianfranco Lombardi – 1 & 1/2 seasons: ’95–’97
  •  Virginio Bernardi – 6 games: ’97
  •  Massimo Magri – 1/2 season: ’97–’98
  •  Fabrizio Frates – 1 season: ’98–’99
  •  Franco Ciani – 1/2 season: ’99–’00
  •  Stefano Sacripanti – 6 & 1/2 seasons: ’00–’07
  •  Luca Dalmonte – 2 seasons: ’07–’09
  •  Andrea Trinchieri – 4 seasons: ’09–’13
  •  Stefano Sacripanti – 2 seasons: ’13–’15
  •  Fabio Corbani – 1/2 season: ’15
  •  Sergei Bazarevich – 1/2 season: ’15-’16
  •  Rimas Kurtinaitis – 1/2 season: ’16
  •  Carlo Recalcati – 1/2 season: ’16-’17
  •  Kyrylo Bol’shakov – 1/2 season: ’17
  •  Marco Sodini – 1/2 season: ’17-’18
  •  Evgeniy Pashutin – 1 season: ’18-’19
  •  Nicola Brienza – 1/2 season: ’19
  •  Cesare Pancotto – 1/2 season: ’19-present