|Arena||Palacio de los Deportes de La Rioja|
|Team colors||White and Blue|
|President||Manuel de Miguel|
|Head coach||Antonio Pérez|
|Championships||1 LEB Plata Championship|
2 Copa LEB Plata
Founded in 1967, CB Clavijo started their first years playing in the provincial league and after achieving several promotions, reaches the Segunda División, third tier, in 1977. It played nine seasons, qualifying twice for the promotion playoffs to the second league, but after 1986 starts declining until 1998, when a group of former players and directors planned to take the helm of the club and to take it to the top divisions.
Clavijo continued playing in LEB 2, later renamed as LEB Plata, until it clinched promotion to LEB Oro after winning their second Copa LEB Plata and winning the league with a record of 25 wins and only three losses.
In 2014, the club played for the first time ever the promotion playoffs to the Liga ACB, first division, but it was eliminated in the quarterfinals by CB Tizona. Three years later, the club relegated to LEB Plata but remained in the league after achieving a vacant place.
Due to sponsorship reasons, the club has been known as:
- CajaRioja (until 2010)
- Knet Rioja (2010–2011)
- Knet & Éniac (2011–2012)
- Knet Clavijo (2012–2013)
- Cocinas.com (2013–2016)
- Calzados Robusta (2016–2017)
- Bodegas Rioja Vega [2018–present)
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|CB Clavijo roster|
Updated: February 28, 2018
Season by seasonEdit
|2003–04||3||LEB 2||5th||18–12||Copa LEB 2||C|
|2010–11||3||LEB Plata||1st||25–3||Copa LEB Plata||C|
- Achieved a vacant berth in LEB 2.
- Remained in the league after achieving a vacant place.
- Season curtailed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Trophies and awardsEdit
- Mikel Uriz – 2013
- Borja Arévalo – 2016
- Stevie Johnson – 2008