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|Leagues||Lebanese Basketball League|
|History||Champville Mariste Club|
|Location||College des Freres maristes Champville, Dik El Mehdi, Lebanon|
|Team colors||Light Blue, Black, Silver, and White |
|Head coach||Fouad Abou Chacra|
In Game 4 of the 2011–2012 Finals, Champville defeated Anibal Zahle 63–57. As a result, Champville won the series 3–1. The finals did not end without problems though, just like the semi-finals, as “A large part of the Annibal audience was absent from the game in Zahle after online appeals were posted on the Lebanese Forces website calling on March 14 supporters to boycott the game and to follow it from the Martyrs Square in Zahle"
|C||Ater Majok||Nadim Hawi||Elia Bou Karam|
|PF||Ali Haidar||Daniel Faris|
|SF||Fadi El Khatib||Karim Ezzedine||Khalil Aoun|
|SG||Ghassan Nehme||Mike Efevberha|
|PG||James Florence||Marvin Sarkis||Saimen Dergham|
- Lebanese Basketball League (1): 2011-2012
- Lebanese Cup Winner (2): 2004, 2010
- Lebanese SuperCup Winner (1): 2011
- West Asian Basketball League (1): 2013
Lebanese League Semifinals: 2002, 2006, 2007
Lebanese Cup Semifinals: 2012
Lebanese League Regular Season Champion: 2004, 2012
Lebanese League Finalist: 2004, 2010, 2011
Lebanese Cup Finalist: 2008
Lebanese League Regular Season Runner-Up: 2010, 2011
Arab Club Championships: 2011 (Semifinals)
2010–2011 WABA: took 2nd place (3–1) in Group B; Arab Club Championships: Took 1st place (5–0) in Group B, beat Al Riyadi (73–69) in the quarter-finals, lost to Sharjah (75–80) in the semi-finals.
2011–2012 WABA: took 2nd place (3–1) in Group B, lost to Al Riyadi (Lebanon) 1–2 in the semi-finals.
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