CJM Bourges Basket

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Tango Bourges Basket
Tango Bourges Basket logo
Nickname Les Tangos
Leagues LFB
Founded 1967
Arena Palais des sports du Prado
Location Bourges, France
Team colors Orange and black
President France Pierre Fosset
Head coach France Olivier Lafargue
Championships 7 French Cup
Website bourgesbasket.com

Tango Bourges Basket (formerly Cercle Jean-Macé Bourges Basket) is a French women's basketball club from Bourges.

Bourges was the first French team to win a FIBA women's competition, the 1995 Ronchetti Cup. So began the club's most successful years to date ranging between 1995 and 2001, with three Euroleagues[1] and six national championships in a row. A regular in the Euroleague, since 2006 Bourges has won four more championships, most recently in 2013.[2]


2012-13 roster

Famous players


  1. ^ List of finals, 1992-2011, in FIBA Europe's website
  2. ^ List of champions Archived 2012-05-21 at the Wayback Machine. in the league's website

External links

  • Official website
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