Fixtures

Germany Pro A 01/29 17:30 22 Nurnberg Falcons vs Paderborn Baskets - View
Germany Pro A 02/05 18:00 23 Ehingen Urspring vs Nurnberg Falcons - View
Germany Pro A 02/09 18:00 24 Nurnberg Falcons vs Itzehoe Eagles - View
Germany Pro A 02/13 15:30 25 Rostock Seawolves vs Nurnberg Falcons - View
Germany Pro A 02/19 18:00 26 Panthers Schwenningen vs Nurnberg Falcons - View
Germany Pro A 03/04 17:00 27 Walter Tigers Tubingen vs Nurnberg Falcons - View

Results

Germany Pro A 01/22 17:30 21 Nurnberg Falcons v Phoenix Hagen - PPT.
Germany Pro A 01/14 18:00 19 [4] Nurnberg Falcons v Vechta [13] W 87-69
Germany Pro A 01/08 18:00 18 [15] Artland v Nurnberg Falcons [4] W 78-81
Germany Pro A 01/02 16:00 17 [6] Nurnberg Falcons v Panthers Schwenningen [10] W 83-76
Germany Pro A 12/26 14:00 16 [11] Bremerhaven v Nurnberg Falcons [6] W 80-83
Germany Pro A 12/23 18:00 15 [5] Nurnberg Falcons v Kirchheim [6] L 71-93
Germany Pro A 12/17 19:00 14 [6] Paderborn v Nurnberg Falcons [7] W 82-88
Germany Pro A 12/12 16:00 13 Nurnberg Falcons v Bochum W 105-93
Germany Pro A 12/04 18:00 12 [12] Phoenix Hagen v Nurnberg Falcons [11] W 71-75
Germany Pro A 11/20 18:30 11 [16] Itzehoe Eagles v Nurnberg Falcons [11] W 76-79
Germany Pro A 11/14 16:00 10 [10] Nurnberg Falcons v Rostock Seawolves [3] L 79-95
Germany Pro A 11/07 16:00 9 [7] Nurnberg Falcons v Tubingen [2] L 90-92

Wikipedia - Nürnberg Falcons BC

Nürnberg Falcons BC, formerly called Nürnberger BC (abbreviated as NBC) is a basketball club based in Nuremberg, Germany. The team currently in the ProA, the German professional second division. In 2010–11 the team promoted from the ProB to the ProA.

In 2019, Nürnberg finished as runner-up in the ProA. The Falcons play their home games in the Eventpalast am Flughafen, which has a capacity of 1,540 people.

History

In the 2018–19 ProA season, Nürnberg ended in third place in the standings. In the playoffs it defeated second-seeded Heidelberg to qualify for the ProA finals. Because of this achievement, the team earned promotion to the Basketball Bundesliga (BBL) for the first time. In May 2019, it was announced that Falcons did not obtain a license for the BBL due to not meeting requirements on minimum arena size and minimum budget.