Fixtures

DateRHome vs Away-
12/10 14:30 10 Antranik Beirut vs Leaders View
12/11 14:30 9 Beirut Club vs Sagesse View
12/12 14:30 10 Homenetmen vs Atlas View
12/12 17:30 10 Byblos vs Hoops View
12/15 14:30 10 NSA vs Champville View
12/16 14:30 10 Dynamo Lebanon vs Beirut Club View
12/26 14:45 10 Al Riyadi Beirut vs Sagesse View
12/27 17:30 11 Dynamo Lebanon vs NSA View
12/28 17:30 11 Champville vs Byblos View
12/29 14:45 11 Antranik vs Homenetmen View
12/30 14:45 11 Sagesse vs Leaders View
12/30 17:30 11 Hoops vs Atlas View

Results

Date R Home vs Away -
12/09 17:30 10 Homenetmen vs Atlas PPT.
12/08 14:30 9 [5] Champville vs Dynamo Lebanon [4] 55-98
12/08 14:30 9 Beirut Club vs Sagesse PPT.
12/06 17:30 9 [11] Hoops vs NSA [6] 61-58
12/05 14:30 9 [12] Homenetmen vs Byblos [11] 88-86
12/03 14:45 9 [8] Antranik vs Al Riyadi Beirut [4] 63-103
12/01 17:30 9 Hoops vs NSA PPT.
12/01 14:30 9 [9] Atlas vs Leaders [7] 91-85
12/01 14:30 9 Champville vs Dynamo Lebanon PPT.
11/30 17:30 8 [5] Champville vs Beirut [2] 85-89
11/28 17:30 8 [8] NSA vs Homenetmen [11] 82-72
11/28 14:30 8 [10] Hoops vs Dynamo Lebanon [4] 66-75

The Lebanese Basketball League is the top-tier professional men's basketball league in Lebanon. It is organized annually as a national championship with playoffs and a national cup by the Lebanese Basketball Federation (FLB).

Currently, the league consists of 12 teams, of which six are located in Beirut. The most successful club in the history of the league is Al Riyadi who have won a record 16 championships.

History

The initial Lebanese basketball league was formed in as early as the 1950s; however, it was stopped during the Lebanese Civil War. In 1992, the league was reformed into a fully professional format.[]

In 1997, Sporting Club (Al Riyadi) finished as Lebanese champions, allowing them to participate in the 1998 FIBA Asia Champions Cup . There, they finished 3rd place. That same year, Al Riyadi lost the Lebanese championship to their big rivals Sagesse Club (Hekmeh).[]

In 1998, Beirut hosted the Arab Club Championship. Hekmeh won, the first ever basketball trophy for Lebanon.[]

In 1999, Beirut hosted the Arab Club Championship again. Hekmeh repeated as champions.[]

Al Riyadi has its greatest success in the Arab Club Championship during the 2000s. They won the title in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, and 2010. In 2009, they defeated their fellow Lebanese team Hekmeh in the final, the first time two Lebanese teams met in the final. The 2009 tournament was held in Beirut.[]