Poland PLK 05/15 15:45 3 [3] Stal Ostrow v Slask Wroclaw [6] L 81-83
Poland PLK 05/12 18:30 3 [6] Slask Wroclaw v Stal Ostrow [3] W 74-84
Poland PLK 05/09 18:45 3 [6] Slask Wroclaw v Stal Ostrow [3] L 102-97
Poland PLK 05/05 18:00 3 [3] Stal Ostrow v Slask Wroclaw [6] W 81-64
Poland PLK 05/03 18:00 3 [3] Stal Ostrow v Slask Wroclaw [6] L 76-85
Poland PLK 04/27 15:30 30 [4] Stal Ostrow v Zielona Gora [15] W 126-60
Poland PLK 04/18 15:30 29 [4] Stal Ostrow v Start Lublin [6] W 96-93
Poland PLK 04/14 18:00 28 [6] Stal Ostrow v Anwil Wloclawek [1] W 89-87
Poland PLK 04/06 16:00 27 [4] Stal Ostrow v King Wilki Morskie Szczecin [3] L 86-95
Poland PLK 04/01 18:00 26 [12] Slask Wroclaw v Stal Ostrow [4] L 103-95
Poland PLK 03/21 19:30 25 [13] Gtk Gliwice v Stal Ostrow [4] W 81-94
Poland PLK 03/16 16:30 24 [11] MKS Dabrowa Gornicza v Stal Ostrow [4] W 85-89

Stal Ostrów Wielkopolski, also known as BM Stal Ostrów Wielkopolski for sponsorship reasons, is a Polish professional basketball team, based in Ostrów Wielkopolski. They play in the Polish Basketball League (PLK) since its promotion back in 2015. The club won the Polish national championship in 2021 and the Polish Cup in 2019 and 2022. Since then, Stal has also been active at the European stage in the Basketball Champions League and FIBA Europe Cup.

The home arena of the team is the Arena Ostrów.


The original, non-sponsored club logo

In 2015, Stal promoted from the second-tier I Liga to the PLK. In its first season, the team finished 13th in the standings with a 12–20 record. In the 2016–17 season, Stal had a historic season as the team reached the semi-finals of the PLK after defeating MKS Dąbrowa Górnicza 3–0 in the quarter-finals. In the semi-finals, Stal lost to Stelmet Zielona Góra but won the third place series against Energa Czarni Słupsk.

In the 2017–18 season, Stal had an even more successful season as the team reached the PLK finals for the first time after defeating Polski Cukier Toruń. In the Finals, the team lost to Anwil Włocławek, 2–4.

Stal team in 2019

In 2019, Stal won the Polish Basketball Cup after defeating Arka Gdynia 77–74 in the final. It was the first ever trophy for the club.

In the 2020–21 season, Stal played in the FIBA Europe Cup and reached the Final Four of the tournament. It reached the finals were it lost to Israeli club Ironi Ness Ziona. Later that season, Stal won the finals of the 2020–21 PLK season, winning its first Polish championship in club history. Guard Jakub Garbacz was named the PLK Finals MVP.

New era started in 2022 when previous assistant Andrzej Urban was promoted the head coach. Team management reoriented its roster composition philosophy, focusing more on European foreigners. With players like Aigars Šķēle, Ojārs Siliņš and Nemanja Đurišić Stal hit the bullz-eye, winning its first Polish Supercup. By winning European North Basketball League, Stal won its first international title. Urban's debut season ended with bronze in the Polish league. Before his second season with the team, Latvian international Šķēle became the first ever current state Stal Ostrów Wielkopolski player in the FIBA Basketball World Cup.

Stal Ostrow is a professional basketball team based in Ostrow Wielkopolski, Poland. The team competes in the Polish Basketball League, which is the top-tier basketball league in Poland. Stal Ostrow has a rich history in Polish basketball, with a dedicated fan base and a reputation for producing talented players.

The team is known for its competitive spirit and strong work ethic on the court. Stal Ostrow has a tradition of playing fast-paced, high-energy basketball, with a focus on teamwork and skillful execution. The players are known for their athleticism, determination, and passion for the game.

Stal Ostrow has had success in domestic competitions, winning numerous championships and trophies over the years. The team has also competed in European competitions, representing Poland on the international stage.

Overall, Stal Ostrow is a respected and well-established basketball team in Poland, with a proud history and a bright future ahead. Fans can expect exciting and competitive basketball whenever they watch Stal Ostrow take the court.