|Zenit Saint Petersburg|
|Leagues||VTB United League
|History||BC Dynamo Moscow Region
BC Triumph Lyubertsy
BC Zenit Saint Petersburg
|Location||Saint Petersburg, Russia|
|Team colors||Blue, white
|Team manager||Olga Antonova|
|Head coach||Vasily Karasev|
|Departments of Zenit Saint Petersburg|
BC Zenit Saint Petersburg (Russian: БК Зенит Санкт Петербург), formerly known as BC Dynamo Moscow Region (2003–2007) and BC Triumph Lyubertsy (2007–2014), is a Russian professional basketball team that is located in Saint Petersburg, Russia, since 2014. The club competes in the VTB United League. Their home court is Yubileyni Arena. The club is sponsored by Gazprom.
In June 2007, the basketball club of Dynamo Moscow Region disbanded and became the newly reformed club of BC Triumph Lyubertsy Moscow Region. Triumph Lyubertsy retained all of the history and records of the Dynamo Moscow Region club, through the acquisition of the club's history and rights. In the 2013–14 season, Triumph reached the Final of the EuroChallenge, in which it lost to Grissin Bon Reggio Emilia by a score of 65:79.
In July 2014, the club announced it was relocating from Lyubertsy to Saint Petersburg, and was changing its name to BC Zenit Saint Petersburg. The club retained the history and rights of BC Triumph Lyubertsy, and also its place in both the VTB United League and the EuroCup. While the club was still trying to retain a second club in Lyubertsy, that would compete in the Russian Super League 1.
When the club moved to St. Petersburg, they first played their home games at the 7,044 seat Sibur Arena. They then moved to the newly renovated 7,000 seat Yubileyni Arena. When the club was previously based in Lyubertsy, they played their home games at the 4,000 seat Triumph Sports Palace arena.
|Season||Tier||League||Pos.||Russian Cup||European competitions|
|Dynamo Moscow Region|
|2007–08||1||Superliga A||4th||2 ULEB Cup||RS|
|2008–09||1||Superliga A||5th||3 EuroChallenge||3rd|
|2009–10||1||Superliga А||6th||Quarterfinalist||2 Eurocup||RS|
|2013–14||1||United League||5th||Quarterfinalist||3 EuroChallenge||RU|
|Zenit Saint Petersburg|
|2014–15||1||United League||5th||Second qualifying round||2 Eurocup||EF|
|2015–16||1||United League||3rd||Runner-up||2 Eurocup||EF|
|2016–17||1||United League||3rd||2 EuroCup||QF|
|2017–18||1||United League||2 EuroCup||QF|
|Zenit Saint Petersburg roster|
|Pos.||Starting 5||Bench 1||Bench 2|
|C||Shayne Whittington||Evgeny Valiev||Anton Pushkov|
|PF||Drew Gordon||Marko Simonović||Ivan Lazarev|
|SF||Kyle Kuric||Evgeny Voronov||Nikita Barinov|
|SG||Sergey Karasev||Demonte Harper||Artem Vikhrov|
|PG||Scottie Reynolds||Malcolm Griffin||Grigory Motovilov|
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