sergio scariolo

Sergio Scariolo

Sergio Scariolo’s Career     

Sergio Scariolo
Born in Brescia, April 1, 1961.
Graduated in Law.

– Starts his coaching career with Pejo Brescia’s junior teams, in 1978.
– In 1984 gets his first job as head coach at senior level, leading Italian Armed Forces’ team in Italian second division while winning the Military World Championship as head coach of Italy.
– After 4 seasons of big hits (including a title) as assistant coach with Scavolini Pesaro, in the 1989-90 season he is appointed head coach at the age of 29 and immediately wins the Italian championship.
– After several seasons coaching Italian clubs, a period full of great results, in the 1997-98 season he moves to Spain, where he coaches in sequence Tau Baskonia Vitoria, Real Madrid and Unicaja Malaga, winning two Spanish leagues and a total of 2 King’s Cup, and also reaching many finals including a third place in the Euroleague 2007 Final 4.
– In the 2008-09 season he moves to Russian BC Khimki, since then always reaching the final of the Russian League.
– In 2009 he is appointed head coach of the Spanish national team, winning the 2009 Eurobasket in Poland.
– He is president of the Cesare Scariolo Foundation, a non-profit organisation that supports children suffering from leukaemia and their families.
– In 2010 he joined the Aspen Institute Italy.
The mission of the Aspen Institute Italy is the internationalisation of the entrepreneurial, political and cultural leadership of the country through a free exchange of ideas and different backgrounds to identify and promote values, knowledge and common interests.
– Over the last few years Sergio Scariolo has been lecturing on the topic of Team Building for companies such as Barclays, Mailboxes, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Detusche Bank and others.

Awards
1994 Coach of the Year, Italy
2000 Coach of the Year, Spain
2009 Knighthood of the Republic
2010 Ambassador of Marbella in the World

Career

1978-1981 Pejo/Pintinox Brescia (Junior Teams)

1981-1982 Cidneo Brescia (Assistant Coach + Junior Teams)

1982-1983 Cidneo Brescia (Assistant Coach + Junior Teams)

1983-1984 Simmenthal Brescia (Assistant Coach + Junior Teams)

1984-1985 Armed Forces (3rd Division)

1984-1985 Italy’s National Military Team
World Champions

1985-1986 Scavolini Pesaro (Assistant Coach + Junior Teams)
Cup Winners’ Cup Finalist
Italy’s Cup Finalist
1986-1987 Scavolini Pesaro (Assistant Coach + Junior Teams)
Cup Winners’ Cup Finalist
Italy’s Cup Finalist

1987-1988 Scavolini Pesaro (Assistant Coach + Junior Teams)
Italian Champions

1988-1989 Scavolini Pesaro (Assistant Coach + Junior Teams)
Scavolini Pesaro
Italian Champions
Korac Cup Finalist
Italy’s Cup Final-4

Scavolini Pesaro
Champions ‘Cup Final4, Paris

1991-1992 Billy Desio (A2)

1992-1993 Hyundai Desio (A2)
Ranked 3rd in the Regular Season

1993-1994 Filodoro Bologna
Qualified for Euroleague

1994-1995 Filodoro Bologna
Italian Championship’s Semifinals

1995-1996 Teamsystem Bologna
Italian Championship Finalist

Teamsystem Bologna

Tau Cerámica Vitoria
Spanish League (ACB League) Finalist

1998-1999 Tau Cerámica Vitoria
King’s Cup Winners
Qualified for Euroleague

1999-2000 Real Madrid
Spanish League (ACB League) Champions

2000-2001 Real Madrid (Head Coach/General Manager Basketball Section)
Spanish League (ACB League) Finalist
King’s Cup Finalist

2001-2002 Real Madrid (Head Coach/General Manager Basketball Section)

2002-2003 United States
Collaboration with New Jersey Nets.

2003-2004 Unicaja Málaga
Spanish League (ACB League) Semifinals
Qualified for Euroleague

2004-2005 Unicaja Málaga
King’s Cup Winners

2005-2006 Unicaja Málaga
Spanish League (ACB League) Champions

2006-2007 Unicaja Málaga
Third place in the Euroleauge Final-4, Athens.

2007-2008 Unicaja Málaga

2008-2009 Khimki
Finalist in the Eurocup
Finalist in the Russian League

2009- Present Khimki
Finalist in the Russian League

2010 Khimki

2009- Present Spain
European Champions– Eurobasket 2009, Poland

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