Germany Bundesliga 12/17 16:00 11 Rostock Seawolves vs Braunschweig - View
Germany Bundesliga 12/22 17:30 12 Alba Berlin vs Rostock Seawolves - View
Germany Bundesliga 12/26 16:00 13 Rostock Seawolves vs Telekom Bonn - View
Germany Bundesliga 12/30 17:30 14 SC Vechta vs Rostock Seawolves - View
Germany Bundesliga 01/07 14:30 15 Rostock Seawolves vs Bayern Munich - View
Germany Bundesliga 01/13 17:30 16 Rostock Seawolves vs Hamburg Towers - View


Germany Bundesliga 12/03 14:30 10 [1] Ratiopharm Ulm v Rostock Seawolves [12] W 89-107
Germany Bundesliga 11/28 19:00 3 [12] Brose Bamberg v Rostock Seawolves [11] L 93-83
Germany Bundesliga 11/25 19:00 9 [13] Rostock Seawolves v BG Gottingen [17] W 96-92
FIBA Europe Cup 11/21 17:30 6 Rostock Seawolves v Jonava W 86-81
Germany Bundesliga 11/17 19:00 8 [3] Chemnitz 99 v Rostock Seawolves [12] L 85-75
FIBA Europe Cup 11/15 16:30 5 [4] Kauhajoen Karhu v Rostock Seawolves [1] W 92-98
Germany Bundesliga 11/10 19:00 7 [12] Rostock Seawolves v Syntainics MBC [16] L 85-97
FIBA Europe Cup 11/08 17:30 4 [1] Rostock Seawolves v AEK Larnacas [3] W 86-73
Germany Bundesliga 11/05 17:30 6 [9] Ludwigsburg v Rostock Seawolves [10] L 96-77
FIBA Europe Cup 11/01 16:30 3 [3] Jonava v Rostock Seawolves [1] L 84-65
Germany Bundesliga 10/29 14:30 5 [13] Rostock Seawolves v Tubingen [14] W 108-103
FIBA Europe Cup 10/25 16:30 2 [1] Rostock Seawolves v Kauhajoen Karhu [4] W 93-65

Wikipedia - Rostock Seawolves

Rostock Seawolves is a professional basketball club based in Rostock, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. The club currently competes in the Basketball Bundesliga.

The Seawolves play their home games in the Rostocker Stadthalle.

Within the New states of Germany, the Rostock Seawolves have more active members than any other basketball club. (3rd most within Germany overall, as of December 2021)


The EBC was founded in 1994 by members of the Sportgemeinschaft (SG) Fischkombinat (FiKo) Rostock and the HSG Uni Rostock. For the first time, the team was promoted to the 1st regional league in 2007. Despite a successful start to the season, however, direct relegation could not be avoided. Under coach Dirk Stenke, the Mecklenburg team managed to stay in Germany's highest amateur league for the first time in 2012, finishing fifth. In the summer of 2012, the name EBC Rostock Seawolves was conceived, under which the team played from then on. That same year, Rostock native Sebastian Wild, who had previously spent six years as head coach of the women's team at Lees-McRae College in the U.S. state of North Carolina, took over as coach and led the team around mainstays Sven Hellmann, Kwame Morgan and Jens Hakanowitz to third place in the standings behind Stade and Magdeburg. In 2013, the club's goal was to make the leap to the Basketball Bundesliga in the long term.

The goal for the 2013/14 season was to confirm the third place from the previous year. In the end, the team finished first in the table and was promoted to the 2nd Bundesliga ProB Nord. Among the mainstays of the championship team were, in particular, the US American Keith Radcliff, the Bulgarian Ivo Slavchev, the Frenchman Mahmoud Diakite and Sven Hellmann. One of the highlights of the season was the head-to-head race with promotion rival Itzehoe Eagles. This resulted in a rivalry that developed into a kind of derby due to the regional proximity.

In May 2018, the Seawolves signed Milan Škobalj as their new head coach, who later left the team. In 2020, Dirk Bauermann became head coach.

Stadthalle Rostock, home arena of the club
Huddle in April 2023.
The Rostock Seawolves are a professional basketball team based in Rostock, Germany. The team was founded in 2006 and has since become a prominent force in the German basketball scene. The Seawolves play in the ProA league, which is the second-highest level of professional basketball in Germany.

The team's name is inspired by the city's location on the Baltic Sea and the wolf, which is a symbol of strength and unity. The Seawolves play their home games at the StadtHalle Rostock, which has a capacity of 3,000 spectators.

The Rostock Seawolves have a strong roster of talented players from around the world, including Germany, the United States, and other European countries. The team is known for its fast-paced, high-scoring style of play, which has earned them a loyal fan base.

Off the court, the Seawolves are committed to community outreach and engagement. The team regularly hosts basketball clinics and events for local youth, and works with local charities to support those in need.

Overall, the Rostock Seawolves are a dynamic and exciting basketball team that embodies the spirit of their city and their fans. With a talented roster and a commitment to excellence both on and off the court, the Seawolves are poised for continued success in the years to come.