BNXT Netherlands 05/19 12:00 2 ZZ Leiden v Landstede Zwolle L 79-71
BNXT Netherlands 05/17 17:30 2 Landstede Zwolle v ZZ Leiden L 58-64
BNXT Netherlands 05/15 18:00 2 ZZ Leiden v Landstede Zwolle L 68-60
BNXT Netherlands 05/10 13:00 3 LWD Basket v Landstede Zwolle W 80-88
BNXT Netherlands 05/08 17:30 3 Landstede Zwolle v LWD Basket W 90-61
BNXT League 05/03 18:30 1 [5] Limburg United v Landstede Zwolle [8] L 91-57
BNXT League 05/01 17:30 1 [9] Landstede Zwolle v Liege Basket [7] L 86-91
BNXT League 04/26 18:30 1 [2] Antwerp Giants v Landstede Zwolle [8] L 69-59
BNXT League 04/21 12:00 1 [8] Landstede Zwolle v Oostende [1] L 83-88
BNXT League 04/14 13:00 - [6] Spirou Charleroi v Landstede Zwolle [7] L 66-63
BNXT League 04/06 18:30 1 [2] Oostende v Landstede Zwolle [7] L 99-78
BNXT League 03/31 14:00 - [6] Landstede Zwolle v Spirou Charleroi [9] L 72-78

Wikipedia - Landstede Hammers

Landstede Hammers is a Dutch basketball club based in Zwolle. The club plays in the BNXT League, the Dutch top tier division. The club was founded as Cees Lubbers The Hammers in 1995. In 1999, the club’s name was changed into Landstede Hammers. In 2001, the club received its current name Landstede Basketbal as the team became part of the same-named educational institution in Zwolle. The home games of the club are played in the Landstede Sportcentrum.

In its existence, Landstede won the DBL championship one time in 2019. In 2017, the club captured its first trophy when it won the Dutch Supercup.


The club was founded as Cees Lubbers/The Hammers and was based in Meppel in the first season of the club. The club played with the license of Red Giants Meppel, and moved to Zwolle, partly because arena 'Het Vledder' in Meppel diid not meet requirements. After a short time Landstede became the main sponsor of the club, that was named Landstede Hammers and later Landstede Basketbal. In the 2004–05 season Landstede reached the Dutch Finals for the first time in club history. It lost 4–0 to Amsterdam. In 2010 the club got a new arena in the Landstede Sportcentrum.

In 2017, Landstede won its first trophy in team history by winning the Dutch Supercup over Donar, winning 77–69.

In the 2018–19 season, Landstede finished in the second place in the regular season. The team had a 28–6 record in the regular season, and had All-DBL Team performers Noah Dahlman and Kaza Kajami-Keane on its roster. In the playoffs, Landstede defeated New Heroes Den Bosch 1–3 in the semi-finals. In the finals, Landstede beat defending champions Donar to win its first domestic championship.

On 22 September 2019, Hammers won its second Supercup trophy after beating ZZ Leiden 78–66 in its home arena. In the 2019–20 season, Landstede played in the FIBA Europe Cup, which marked the club's first European appearance in 19 years. On 19 August 2019, the club announced they returned to the name Landstede Hammers. In its first FIBA Europe Cup season, Landstede advanced past the regular season before losing six straight games in the second round.

Since the 2021–22 season, Hammers plays in the BNXT League, in which the national leagues of Belgium and the Netherlands have been merged.

The Hammers will join the European North Basketball League (ENBL) in the 2023-24 season, which makes them the first Dutch team to play in the league.

Landstede Zwolle is a professional basketball team based in Zwolle, Netherlands. The team competes in the Dutch Basketball League, the highest level of basketball in the country.

Known for their fast-paced and exciting style of play, Landstede Zwolle has a strong fan base and a reputation for being a competitive and successful team in the league. The team has a history of producing talented players and has consistently been a top contender in the Dutch Basketball League.

With a dedicated coaching staff and a roster of skilled and experienced players, Landstede Zwolle is a force to be reckoned with on the court. Fans can expect thrilling games and fierce competition whenever they watch this dynamic and talented team in action.