|History||Club Estudiantes de Vigo|
Celta de Vigo Baloncesto
|Head coach||Carlos Colinas|
|Championships||5 Spanish Leagues|
4 Spanish cups
The club was founded in 1965 as Club Estudiantes de Vigo and became a section of the local football club Celta in 1969. Celta Vigo won three national leagues and three national cups between 1977 and 1984 including a double in 1982.
The section was disbanded in 1988, but in 1996 it was refounded in association with CD Bosco. The new team's first seasons were very successful, winning two more leagues and a fourth cup between 1999 and 2001.
In 2018, the club qualified for the promotion playoffs for the first time since their voluntary relegation, as champions of the Liga Femenina 2 Group A, but could not promote after failing in the last match.
Season by season
|Season||Tier||Division||Pos.||Copa de la Reina||European competitions|
|1999–00||1||Liga Femenina||1st||Semifinalist||1 EuroLeague||GS|
|2012–13||2||Liga Femenina 2||5th|
|2013–14||2||Liga Femenina 2||5th|
|2014–15||2||Liga Femenina 2||6th|
|2015–16||2||Liga Femenina 2||9th|
|2016–17||2||Liga Femenina 2||8th|
|2017–18||2||Liga Femenina 2||1st|
- Resigned to their place in the league.
- The first steps of the new basketball Celta. Archived July 1, 2012, at the Wayback Machine Celta de Vigo's website
- List of national champions between 1964 and 2011. Europa Press, 28/04/11
- Bye to historic Celta Bosco. La Voz de Galicia, 07/07/12
- Financial crisis forces historic Celta to renounce to the Liga Femenina. Marca, 19/06/12