King Wilki Morskie Szczecin is the third Polish club in the European North Basketball league this season and the fourth overall.
Good examples are contagious.
When Anwil Wloclawek won the ENBL in the spring of 2022, it caused many positive side effects.
The Rottweilers added a brand new trophy in front of their outstanding fans.
Anwil moved on and secured the place in the FIBA Europe Cup regular season.
The other Polish clubs took note and decided to challenge themselves in a new international competition.
The Szczecin club was founded in 2004 and initially fielded the youth teams only.
Wilki Morskie entered the second league in 2011 and got promoted in 2014.
They have played in the PLK (also Energa Basket League) for eight seasons to post five “Top 8” finishes.
Best result – the sixth place.
The club has qualified for the Polish Cup twice and reached the semifinals in 2021/2022 under the leadership of coach Arkadiusz Miloszewski.
For marketing reasons, the team is playing under the name of King Szczecin (since 2016).
The club plays its home games at the Netto Arena (capacity – 5000).
The nickname – Wilki Morskie or Sea Wolves – remind us of the port history of Szczecin, which is located close to the Baltic Sea.