Austrian Basketball Bundesliga
The Austrian Basketball Bundesliga (in German: Österreichische Basketball Bundesliga) was the top men's professional basketball league in Austria. Until the 2004–05 season, the league was known as the A-Liga (A-League) and then until the 2008–09 season it was called the Österreichische Basketball Bundesliga (ÖBL). From 2008 to 2019, it has been named the Admiral Basketball League, after the league's main sponsor, Admiral Sportwetten.
|Replaced by||Basketball Superliga|
|Confederation||FIBA Europe (Europe)|
|Number of teams||9|
|Level on pyramid||1|
|Domestic cup(s)||Austrian Cup|
|International cup(s)||FIBA Europe Cup|
|Last champions||Kapfenberg Bulls (7th title) |
|Most championships||UBSC Wien (11 titles)|
|TV partners||Sky Sport|
|2019–20 Österreichische Basketball Bundesliga|
In 2019, the competition was replaced by the Basketball Superliga.
In the current season each team plays the other nine teams four times, creating a 36-game regular-season schedule. After that, the top six teams move on. The two semi-finals winners meet in a best-of-seven championship series.
|Allianz Swans Gmunden||Gmunden||Volksbank Arena||2,200|
|Kraftwerk Wels||Wels||Raiffeisen Arena||1,700|
|Raiffeisen Panthers Fürstenfeld||Fürstenfeld||Stadthalle Fürstenfeld||1,200|
|Arkadia Traiskirchen Lions||Traiskirchen||Lions Dome||1,200|
|Kapfenberg Bulls||Kapfenberg||Sporthalle Walfersam||1,000|
|Zepter Vienna||Wien||Admiral Dome||1,500|
|redwell Gunners Oberwart||Oberwart||Sporthalle Oberwart||1,700|
|Xion Dukes Klosterneuburg||Klosterneuburg||Happyland Klosterneuburg||1,000|
The ÖBL holds an annual all-star game, pitting a team of the best Austrian players in the league against a team made up of the league's top international players. Like the NBA All-Star Game, the ÖBL All-Star festivities include a slam dunk contest and a three-point shooting competition.