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PBC Academic (Bulgarian: ПБК "Академик") was a Bulgarian professional basketball club based in the capital Sofia. They played their home games at the Universiade Hall or at the Pravets sports complex.
Founded in 1947 as part of the Academic Sofia sports club, they have won the championship of Bulgaria 26 times, won the Bulgarian Cup 11 times and won the Bulgarian Super Cup 1 time. Among their international honours are two FIBA European Champions Cup finals (both lost to Rīgas ASK) in 1958 and 1959 and an International Students' Cup in 1957.
In 2000, the team were renamed Lukoil Academic as a sponsorship deal was signed with Russian oil giant Lukoil, and quickly established themselves as dominant in the Bulgarian Championship. Since then they have been a regular ULEB Cup participant, and won the FIBA Europe Regional Challenge Cup Conference South in 2003.
In September 2020, Academic withdrew from the NBL and announced that it will no longer maintain a professional team.

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