Basketball European Club Competitions

EuroLeague - Men

EuroLeague Women

EuroCup - Men

EuroCup Women

FIBA Champions League and predecessors - Men

FIBA Europe Cup and predecessors - Men

Next Generation Tournament - Men

Super Cup - Men (defunct)

SuperCup - Women

Saporta Cup - Men (defunct)

Korać Cup - Men (defunct)


EuroLeague - Men

The EuroLeague is the top tier European club competition. It was created as European Champions Cup by FIBA in 1958. The name changed to FIBA European League in 1991 as not only the national champions are allowed to compete but more big clubs were invited. 1996 - 1999 the name was FIBA EuroLeague. In 2000 the Union des Ligues Européennes de Basket Ball (ULEB) decided to create its own competition independent from FIBA, simply called EuroLeague.
In the seasons 2001/02 and 2005/06 - 2015/16 there exists agreements between FIBA Europe and ULEB harmonizing the several club competitions.

Venue

1st place

Final

2nd place

3rd place

1958, Jul 06+19 Rīga + Sofia ASK Rīga URS 86:81 + 84:71 Akademik Sofia BUL ---
1959, Jun 22+28 Rīga + Sofia ASK Rīga URS 79:58 + 69:67 Akademik Sofia BUL ---
1960, May 10+15 Tbilisi + Rīga ASK Rīga URS 61:51 + 69:62 Dinamo Tbilisi URS ---
1961, Jul 14+22 Moskva + Rīga CSKA Moskva URS 87:62 + 61:66 ASK Rīga URS ---
1962, Jun 29 Genčve SUI Dinamo Tbilisi URS 90:83 Real Madrid CF ESP ---
1963, Jul 23+31 Madrid + Moskva CSKA Moskva URS 69:86 + 91:74,99:80 Real Madrid CF ESP ---
1964, Apr 27 + May 10 Brno + Madrid Real Madrid CF ESP 99:110 + 84:64 TJ Spartak ZJŠ Brno TCH ---
1965, Apr 08+13 Moskva + Madrid Real Madrid CF ESP 81:88 + 76:62 CSKA Moskva URS ---
1966, Mar 30 + Apr 01 Bologna ITA Olimpia Simmenthal Milano ITA 77:72 TJ Slavia VŠ Praha TCH CSKA Moskva URS
1967, Mar 30 + Apr 01 Madrid ESP Real Madrid CF ESP 91:83 Olimpia Simmenthal Milano ITA TJ Slavia VŠ Praha TCH
1968, Apr 11 Lyon FRA Real Madrid CF ESP 98:95 TJ Spartak ZJŠ Brno TCH ---
1969, Apr 24 Barcelona ESP CSKA Moskva URS 103:99o2t Real Madrid CF ESP ---
1970, Apr 09 Sarajevo YUG Ignis Varese ITA 79:74 CSKA Moskva URS ---
1971, Apr 08 Antwerpen BEL CSKA Moskva URS 67:53 Ignis Varese ITA ---
1972, Mar 23 Tel Aviv ISR Ignis Varese ITA 70:69 KK Jugoplastika Split YUG ---
1973, Mar 22 Ličge BEL Ignis Varese ITA 71:66 CSKA Moskva URS ---
1974, Apr 03 Nantes FRA Real Madrid CF ESP 84:82 Ignis Varese ITA ---
1975, Apr 10 Antwerpen BEL Ignis Varese ITA 79:66 Real Madrid CF ESP ---
1976, Apr 01 Genčve SUI Mobilgirgi Varese ITA 81:74 Real Madrid CF ESP ---
1977, Apr 07 Beograd YUG Maccabi Tel Aviv ISR 78:77 Mobilgirgi Varese ITA ---
1978, Apr 06 München FRG Real Madrid CF ESP 75:67 Mobilgirgi Varese ITA ---
1979, Apr 05 Grenoble FRA KK Bosna Sarajevo YUG 96:93 Emerson Varese ITA ---
1980, Mar 27 Berlin FRG Real Madrid CF ESP 89:85 Maccabi Tel Aviv ISR ---
1981, Mar 26 Strasbourg FRA Maccabi Tel Aviv ISR 80:79 Sinudyne Virtus Bologna ITA ---
1982, Mar 25 Köln FRG Squibb Cantù ITA 86:80 Maccabi Tel Aviv ISR ---
1983, Mar 24 Grenoble FRA Ford Cantù ITA 69:68 Olimpia Billy Milano ITA ---
1984, Mar 29 Genčve SUI Banco di Roma Virtus ITA 79:73 FC Barcelona ESP ---
1985, Apr 03 Athína GRE KK Cibona Zagreb YUG 87:78 Real Madrid CF ESP ---
1986, Apr 03 Budapest HUN KK Cibona Zagreb YUG 94:82 BC Žalgiris Kaunas URS ---
1987, Apr 02 Lausanne SUI Olimpia Tracer Milano ITA 71:69 Maccabi Tel Aviv ISR ---
1988, Apr 05+07 Gent BEL Olimpia Philips Milano ITA 90:84 Maccabi Tel Aviv ISR KK Partizan Beograd YUG
1989, Apr 04+06 München FRG KK Jugoplastika Split YUG 75:69 Maccabi Tel Aviv ISR Aris BSA Thessaloniki GRE
1990, Apr 17+19 Zaragoza ESP KK Jugoplastika Split YUG 72:67 FC Barcelona ESP Limoges CSP FRA
1991, Apr 16+18 Paris FRA KK Pop 84 Split YUG 70:65 FC Barcelona ESP Maccabi Elite SC Tel Aviv ISR
1992, Apr 14+16 İstanbul TUR KK Partizan Beograd YUG 71:70 Montigalŕ Joventut Badalona ESP Olimpia Philips Milano ITA
1993, Apr 13+15 Athína GRE Limoges CSP FRA 59:55 Benetton Treviso ITA PAOK Thessaloniki GRE
1994, Apr 19+21 Tel Aviv ISR 7up Joventut Badalona ESP 59:57 Olympiakos BC Piraeus GRE Panathinaikos Athína GRE
1995, Apr 11+13 Zaragoza ESP Real Madrid CF ESP 73:61 Olympiakos BC Piraeus GRE Panathinaikos Athína GRE
1996, Apr 09+11 Paris FRA Panathinaikos Athína GRE 67:66 FC Barcelona Banca Catalana ESP CSKA Moskva RUS
1997, Apr 22+24 Roma ITA Olympiakos BC Piraeus GRE 73:58 FC Barcelona Banca Catalana ESP Smelt Olimpija Ljubljana SLO
1998, Apr 21+23 Barcelona ESP Kinder Virtus Bologna ITA 58:44 AEK Athína GRE Benetton Treviso ITA
1999, Apr 20+22 München GER BC Žalgiris Kaunas LTU 82:74 Kinder Virtus Bologna ITA Olympiakos BC Piraeus GRE
2000, Apr 18+20 Thessaloniki GRE Panathinaikos Athína GRE 73:67 Maccabi Tel Aviv ISR Efes Pilsen SK İstanbul TUR
2001, Apr 17+19+May 01+03+10 B+B+V+V+B Kinder Virtus Bologna ITA 65:78,94:73,80:60,79:96,82:74 Tau Cerámica Baskonia Vitoria ESP -----
2002, May 03+05 Bologna ITA Panathinaikos BC Athína GRE 89:83 Kinder Virtus Bologna ITA -----
2003, May 09+11 Barcelona ESP FC Barcelona ESP 76:65 Benetton Pallacanestro Treviso ITA Montepaschi Mens Sana Basket Siena ITA
2004, Apr 29 + May 01 Tel Aviv ISR Maccabi Elite SC Tel Aviv ISR 118:74 Skipper Fortitudo Bologna ITA BK CSKA Moskva RUS
2005, May 06+08 Moskva RUS Maccabi Elite SC Tel Aviv ISR 90:78 Tau Cerámica Baskonia Vitoria ESP Panathinaikos BC Athína GRE
2006, Apr 28+30 Praha CZE BK CSKA Moskva RUS 73:69 Maccabi Elite SC Tel Aviv ISR Tau Cerámica Baskonia Vitoria ESP
2007, May 04+06 Athína GRE Panathinaikos BC Athína GRE 93:91 BK CSKA Moskva RUS CB Unicaja Málaga ESP
2008, May 02+04 Madrid ESP BK CSKA Moskva RUS 91:77 Maccabi Elite SC Tel Aviv ISR Montepaschi Mens Sana Basket Siena ITA
2009, May 01+03 Berlin GER Panathinaikos BC Athína GRE 73:71 BK CSKA Moskva RUS Regal FC Barcelona ESP
2010, May 07+09 Paris FRA Regal FC Barcelona ESP 86:68 Olympiakos BC Piraeus GRE BK CSKA Moskva RUS
2011, May 06+08 Barcelona ESP Panathinaikos BC Athína GRE 78:70 Maccabi Electra SC Tel Aviv ISR Montepaschi Mens Sana Basket Siena ITA
2012, May 11+13 İstanbul TUR Olympiakos BC Piraeus GRE 62:61 BK CSKA Moskva RUS Regal FC Barcelona ESP
2013, May 10+12 London GBR Olympiakos BC Piraeus GRE 100:88 Real Madrid CF ESP BK CSKA Moskva RUS
2014, May 16+18 Milano ITA Maccabi Electra SC Tel Aviv ISR 98:86ot Real Madrid CF ESP FC Barcelona ESP
2015, May 15+17 Madrid ESP Real Madrid CF ESP 78:59 Olympiakos BC Piraeus GRE BK CSKA Moskva RUS
2016, May 13+15 Berlin GER BK CSKA Moskva RUS 101:96ot Fenerbahçe SK Ístanbul TUR PBK Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar RUS
2017, May 19+21 İstanbul TUR Fenerbahçe SK Ístanbul TUR 80:64 Olympiakos BC Piraeus GRE BK CSKA Moskva RUS

1963: After a 160 aggregate drew, a third decisive final game was played in Moskva on Aug 01.

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EuroCup - Men

The EuroCup is the second tier level European club competition. It was created as ULEB Cup by ULEB in 2002. The name changed to EuroCup in 2008.
In the seasons 2005/06 - 2015/16 there exists agreements between FIBA Europe and ULEB harmonizing the several club competitions.

Venue

1st place

Final

2nd place

3rd place

2003, Apr 15+24 Novo Mesto, Valencia Pamesa Valencia BC ESP 90:78 + 78:76 KK Krka Novo Mesto SLO -----
2004, Apr 13 Charleroi BEL Hapoel Migdal Jerusalem BC ISR 83:72 Real Madrid CF ESP -----
2005, Apr 19 Charleroi BEL KK Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius LTU 78:74 Alfa Makedonikos BC Kozani GRE -----
2006, Apr 11 Charleroi BEL MKB Dinamo Moskva RUS 73:60 Aris BC Thessaloniki GRE -----
2007, Apr 10 Charleroi BEL Real Madrid CF ESP 87:75 KK Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius LTU -----
2008, Apr 10-13 Torino ITA DKV Juventut de Badalona ESP 79:54 CB Akasvayu Girona ESP MKB Dinamo Moskva RUS
2009, Apr 02-05 Torino ITA KK Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius LTU 80:74 BK Khimki RUS ---
2010, Apr 17+18 Vitoria ESP Power Electronics Valencia BC ESP 67:44 Alba Berlin GER CD Bizkaia Bilbao Basket ESP
2011, Apr 16+17 Treviso ITA BK Uniks Kazan RUS 92:77 CB Cajasol Sevilla ESP KK Cedevita Zagreb CRO
2012, Apr 14+15 Khimki RUS BK Khimki RUS 77:68 Valencia BC ESP KK Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius LTU
2013, Apr 13 Charleroi BEL PBK Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar RUS 75:64 Uxúe Bilbao Basket ESP -----
2014, May 01+07 Valencia, Kazan Valencia BC ESP 80:67 + 85:73 BK Uniks Kazan RUS -----
2015, Apr 24+29 Las Palmas, Khimki BK Khimki Moskovskaya oblast RUS 91:66 + 83:64 CB Gran Canaria Las Palmas ESP -----
2016, Apr 22+ Strasbourg, Ístanbul Galatasaray Odeabank Ístanbul TRU 62:66 +78:67 Strasbourg IG FRA -----
2017, Mar 28+31 + Apr 05 Valencia, Málaga, Valencia CB Unicaja Málaga ESP 62:68, 79:71, 63:58 Valencia BC ESP -----

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FIBA Champions League and predecessors - Men

As the ULEB created its own European club competition in summer 2000 they simply used the name EuroLeague as FIBA had forget to trademark the name. FIBA Europe had to find a new name for its own top tier level competition creating the SuproLeague. This SuproLeague was folded after one season due to the agreement between FIBA Europe and ULEB harmonizing the several club competitions in the seasons 2001/02 and 2005/06 - 2015/16.
As a result of these negotiations in 2002/03 FIBA Europe started the FIBA Europe Champions Cup as a third tier level club competition (ranking behind EuroLeague and EuroCup both ruled by ULEB). In the seasons 2003/04 and 2004/05 the competition runs under the name FIBA Europe League, followed by the FIBA EuroCup in 2005/06 - 2007/08. For the longest period the competition was called FIBA EuroChallenge (2008/09 - 2014/15).
The agreement between FIBA Europe and ULEB ended after 2015/16 season. FIBA Europe tried to get back the leading position in European club basketball creating the Champions League. But ULEB still runs its own competitions with the best European basketball clubs. So the Champions League is the third tier competition further on.

Venue

1st place

Final

2nd place

3rd place

2001, May 11+13 Paris FRA Maccabi Tel Aviv ISR 81:67 Panathinaikos Athína GRE Efes Pilsen SK İstanbul TUR
2001/02 no competition



2003, May 02+04 Thessaloniki GRE Aris BSA Thessaloniki GRE 84:83 Prokom Trefl Sopot POL BK Ventspils LAT
2004, Apr 22+24 Kazan RUS BK Uniks Kazan RUS 87:63 TIM-Maroussi Athína GRE Hapoel Samsung Tel Aviv ISR
2005, Apr 27+28 İstanbul TUR Dinamo Sankt-Peterburg RUS 85:74 BK Kyiv UKR BK Khimki RUS
2006, Apr 07+09 Kyiv UKR DKV Joventut Badalona ESP 88:63 BK Khimki RUS BK Kyiv UKR
2007, Apr 13+15 Girona ESP CB Akasvayu Girona ESP 79:72 BT Azovmash Mariupol UKR VidiVici Virtus Bologna ITA
2008, Apr 18+20 Limassol CYP Barons/LMT Rīga LAT 63:62 Dexia Mons-Hainaut BEL Proteas EK AEL Limassol CYP
2009, Apr 24+26 Bologna ITA Virtus BolognaFiere ITA 77:75 Cholet Basket FRA MBK Triumf Lyubertsy RUS
2010, Apr 30 + May 02 Göttingen GER BG Göttingen GER 83:75 Krasnye Krylya Samara RUS Saos Chorale Roanne Basket FRA
2011, Apr 29 + May 01 Oostende BEL KK KRKA Novo Mesto SLO 83:77 BK Lokomotiv Kuban RUS BC Base Oostende BEL
2012, Apr 27+29 Debrecen HUN Beşiktaş JK Milangaz İstanbul TUR 91:86 ES Chalon-sur-Saone FRA MBK Triumf Lyubertsy RUS
2013, Apr 26+28 İzmir TUR Krasnye Krylya Samara RUS 77:76 Pınar Karşıyaka TUR EWE Baskets Oldenburg GER
2014, Apr 25+27 Bologna ITA Grissin Bon Reggio Emilia ITA 79:65 MBK Triumf Lyubertsy RUS Royal Halı Gaziantep TUR
2015, Apr 24+26 Trabzon TUR JSF Nanterre FRA 64:63 Trabzonspor Medical Park TUR CS Energia Târgu-Jiu ROU
2015/16 no competition



2017, Apr 28+30 San Cristóbal de La Laguna ESP Iberostar Tenerife ESP 63:59 Banvit BK Bandırma TUR AS Monaco Basket FRA

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FIBA Europe Cup and predecessors - Men

FIBA Europe also compete a fourth tier level club competition for some years. The first one was the FIBA Europe Regional Challenge Cup in 2002/03. For two seasons 2003/04 and 2004/05 the competition was called FIBA Europe Cup. Then the name changed to FIBA EuroCup Challenge (2005/06 and 2006/07). After a longer break FIBA Europe started again a forth tier competition in 2015/16: FIBA Europe Cup.

Venue

1st place

Final

2nd place

3rd place

North: 2003, Feb 11+12 Mariupol UKR Azovbasket Mariupol UKR 88:61 TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen GER Klima-Vill Purina Kaposvári KK HUN
South: 2003, Feb 12+13 Limassol CYP AEL Limassol CYP 92:82 KK Igokea Aleksandrovac BIH Apollon Limassol CYP
2004, Mar 27+28 İzmir TUR Mitteldeutscher BC (Weißenfels) GER 84:68 SAOS JDA Dijon Bourgogne FRA Tuborg Pilsener SC İzmir TUR
2005, Apr 09+10 Ploeşti ROU CSU Asesoft Ploeşti ROU 75:74 Lokomotiv Rostov RUS Dinamo Moskovskaya Oblast RUS
2006, Mar 16+23 Yuzhny + Perm PBK Ural Great Perm RUS 80:67 + 74:80 Khimik Yuzhny UKR ---
2007, Mar 22+29 Nicosia + Samara CSK-VVS Samara RUS 83:85 + 101:81 Keravnos Strovolos CYP ---
2007/08 - 2014/15 no competition



2016, Apr 29 + May 01 Chalon-sur Saône FRA Fraport Skyliners Frankfurt GER 66:62 PC Openjobmetis Varese ITA Élan Chalon FRA
2017, Apr 18+25 Chalon-sur-Saône + Nanterre Nanterre 92 FRA 58:58 + 82+79 Élan Chalon FRA ---

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Saporta Cup - Men (defunct)

The Saporta Cup (honoring the Spain basketball administrator Raimundo Saporta) was created as European Cup Winner's Cup. During the reformation of the FIBA European club cups in 1991/92 opened to more than the cup winners. The cup runs as the second tier level club competition until 2001/02. The name changed several times: 1991/92 - 1995/96 European Cup, 1996/97 - 1997/98 EuroCup and 1998/99 - 2001/02 as Saporta Cup.

Venue

1st place

Final

2nd place

1967, Apr 07+13 Varese + Tel Aviv Ignis Varese ITA 77:67 + 67:68 Maccabi Tel Aviv ISR
1968, Apr 04 Athína GRE AEK Athína GRE 89:82 TJ Slavia VŠ Praha TCH
1969, Apr 17 Wien AUT TJ Slavia VŠ Praha TCH 80:74 Dinamo Tbilisi URS
1970, Apr 15+26 Vichy + Napoli Fides Partenope Napoli ITA 60:64 + 87:65 JA Vichy Auvergne Basket FRA
1971, Mar 30 + Apr 07 Leningrad + Milano Simmenthal Olimpia Milano ITA 56:66 + 71:52 Spartak Leningrad URS
1972, Mar 21 Thessaloniki GRE Simmenthal Olimpia Milano ITA 74:70 KK Crvena Zvezda Beograd YUG
1973, Mar 20 Thessaloniki GRE Spartak Leningrad URS 77:62 KK Jugoplastika Split YUG
1974, Apr 02 Udine ITA KK Crvena Zvezda Beograd YUG 86:75 TJ Spartak ZJŠ Brno TCH
1975, Mar 26 Nantes FRA Spartak Leningrad URS 63:62 KK Crvena Zvezda Beograd YUG
1976, Mar 17 Torino ITA Cinzano Olimpia Milano ITA 88:83 ASPO Tours FRA
1977, Mar 29 Palma de Mallorca ESP Birra Forst Cantù ITA 87:86 KK Radnički Beograd YUG
1978, Mar 29 Milano ITA Gabetti Cantù ITA 84:82 Sinudyne Virtus Bologna ITA
1979, Mar 22 Poreč YUG Gabetti Cantù ITA 83:73 Nashua den Bosch Basket NED
1980, Mar 19 Milano ITA Emerson Varese ITA 90:88ot Gabetti Cantù ITA
1981, Mar 18 Roma ITA Squibb Cantù ITA 86:82 FC Barcelona ESP
1982, Mar 16 Bruxelles BEL KK Cibona Zagreb YUG 96:95ot Real Madrid CF ESP
1983, Mar 09 Palma de Mallorca ESP Scavolini Pesaro ITA 111:99 AS Villeurbanne FRA
1984, Mar 14 Oostende BEL Real Madrid CF ESP 82:81 Simac Olimpia Milano ITA
1985, Mar 19 Grenoble FRA FC Barcelona ESP 77:73 Žalgiris Kaunas URS
1986, Mar 18 Caserta ITA FC Barcelona ESP 101:86 Scavolini Pesaro ITA
1987, Mar 17 Novi Sad YUG KK Cibona Zagreb YUG 89:74 Scavolini Pesaro ITA
1988, Mar 16 Grenoble FRA Limoges CSP FRA 96:89ot RAM Joventut Badalona ESP
1989, Mar 14 Piraeus GRE Real Madrid CF ESP 119:113ot Snaidero Caserta ITA
1990, Mar 13 Firenze ITA Knorr Virtus Bologna ITA 79:74 Real Madrid CF ESP
1991, Mar 26 Genčve SUI PAOK Thessaloniki GRE 76:72 CAI Zaragoza ESP
1992, Mar 17 Nantes FRA Real Madrid CF ESP 65:63 PAOK Thessaloniki GRE
1993, Mar 16 Torino ITA Aris BSA Thessaloniki GRE 50:48 Efes Pilsen SK İstanbul TUR
1994, Mar 15 Lausanne SUI Smelt Olimpija Ljubljana SLO 91:81 Ceramica Baskonia Vitoria ESP
1995, Mar 14 İstanbul TUR Benetton Treviso ITA 94:86 Ceramica Baskonia Vitoria ESP
1996, Mar 12 Vitoria ESP Ceramica Baskonia Vitoria ESP 88:81 PAOK Thessaloniki GRE
1997, Apr 15 Nicosia CYP Real Madrid Teka ESP 78:64 Mash Verona ITA
1998, Apr 14 Beograd YUG BC Žalgiris Kaunas LTU 82:67 Olimpia Stefanel Milano ITA
1999, Apr 13 Zaragoza ESP Benetton Treviso ITA 64:60 Pamesa Valencia ESP
2000, Apr 11 Lausanne SUI AEK Athína GRE 83:76 Kinder Virtus Bologna ITA
2001, Apr 17 Warszawa POL Maroussi BC Athína GRE 74:72 Élan Chalon-sur-Saône FRA
2002, Apr 30 Lyon FRA Montepaschi Siena ITA 81:71 Pamesa Valencia ESP

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Korać Cup - Men (defunct)

The Korać Cup (honoring the Yugoslav basketball player Radivoj Korać) was the third tier level European club cup by FIBA in the early era. The name changed from European Cup Radivoj Korać to simple Korać Cup in 1996/97.

Venue

1st place

Final

2nd place

1972, Feb 29 + Mar 07 Beograd + Zagreb BK Lokomotiva Zagreb YUG 71:83 + 94:73 OKK Beograd YUG
1973, Mar 20+27 Cantù + Antwerpen Birra Forst Cantù ITA 106:75 + 85:94 Maes Pils Malinas Antwerp BEL
1974, Apr 04+11 Cantù + Beograd Birra Forst Cantù ITA 99:86 + 75:68 KK Partizan Beograd YUG
1975, Mar 18+25 Barcelona + Cucciago Birra Forst Cantù ITA 71:69 + 110:85 FC Barcelona ESP
1976, Mar 16+23 Split + Torino KK Jugoplastika Split YUG 97:84 + 82:82 Chinamartini Torino ITA
1977, Apr 05 Genčve SUI KK Jugoplastika Split YUG 87:84 Alco Fortitudo Bologna ITA
1978, Mar 21 Banja Luka YUG KK Partizan Beograd YUG 117:110ot KK Bosna Sarajevo YUG
1979, Mar 20 Beograd YUG KK Partizan Beograd YUG 108:98 Arrigoni Rieti ITA
1980, Mar 26 Ličge BEL Arrigoni Rieti ITA 76:71 KK Cibona Zagreb YUG
1981, Mar 19 Barcelona ESP Joventut Freixenet Badalona ESP 105:104ot Carrera Venezia ITA
1982, Mar 18 Padova ITA Limoges CSP FRA 90:84 KK Šibenka Šibenik YUG
1983, Mar 08 Berlin FRG Limoges CSP FRA 94:86 KK Šibenka Šibenik YUG
1984, Mar 15 Paris FRA Elan Béarnais Pau-Orthez FRA 97:73 KK Crvena Zvezda Beograd YUG
1985, Mar 21 Bruxelles BEL Olimpia Simac Milano ITA 91:78 Ciao Crem Varese ITA
1986, Mar 20+27 Castel Morrone + Roma Banco di Roma Virtus ITA 84:78 + 73:72 Mobilgirgi Caserta ITA
1987, Mar 18+25 Barcelona + Limoges FC Barcelona ESP 106:85 + 97:86 Limoges CSP FRA
1988, Mar 01+09 Madrid + Zagreb Real Madrid CF ESP 102:89 + 93:94 KK Cibona Zagreb YUG
1989, Mar 16+22 Cucciago + Beograd Partizan Beograd YUG 76:89 + 101:82 Wiwa Vismara Cantù ITA
1990, Mar 21+28 Pesaro + Badalona Ram Joventut Badalona ESP 99:98 + 96:86 Scavolini Pesaro ITA
1991, Mar 20+27 Madrid + Cucciago Clear Cantù ITA 73:71 + 95:93ot Real Madrid CF ESP
1992, Mar 11+18 Roma + Pesaro Il Messaggero Virtus Roma ITA 94:94 + 99:86 Scavolini Pesaro ITA
1993, Mar 09+18 Roma + Assago Olimpia Philips Milano ITA 95:90 + 106:91 Il Messaggero Virtus Roma ITA
1994, Mar 09+16 Thessaloniki + Trieste PAOK Thessaloniki GRE 75:66 + 100:91 Stefanel Trieste ITA
1995, Mar 08+15 Assago + Berlin ALBA Berlin GER 87:87 + 85:79 Olimpia Stefanel Milano ITA
1996, Mar 06+13 İstanbul + Assago Efes Pilsen SK İstanbul TUR 76:68 + 70:77 Olimpia Stefanel Milano ITA
1997, Mar 26 + Apr 03 Thessaloniki + Bursa Aris BSA Thessaloniki GRE 66:77 + 88:70 Tofaş SK Bursa TUR
1998, Mar 25 + Apr 01 Verona + Beograd Mash Verona ITA 68:74 + 73:64 KK Crvena Zvezda Beograd YUG
1999, Mar 24+31 Madrid + Barcelona FC Barcelona ESP 77:93 + 97:70 Adecco Estudiantes Madrid ESP
2000, Mar 22+29 Limoges + Málaga Limoges CSP FRA 80:58 + 51:60 Unicaja Málaga ESP
2001, Apr 11+18 Málaga + Vršac Unicaja Málaga ESP 77:47 + 71:69 KK Hemofarm Vršac YUG
2002, Apr 10+17 Nancy + Rostov SLUC Nancy FRA 98:72 + 74:95 BK Lokomotiv Mineralnye Vody RUS

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Super Cup - Men (defunct)

The Super Cup was played between the winners of the European Champions Cup and the European Cup Winner's Cup two times only.

Venue

1st place

Final

2nd place

1986, Oct 07 + 29 Zagreb + Barcelona FC Barcelona ESP 101:102 + 99:87 KK Cibona Zagreb YUG
1987 - 1988 not held


1989, Sep 26 + Oct 03
Real Madrid CF ESP Split withdrew KK Jugoplastika Split YUG

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Next Generation Tournament - Men

The Next Generation Tournament is organized by ULEB for the best European Under 18 basketball club teams.

Venue

1st place

Final

2nd place

2003, May 11 Barcelona ESP BC Žalgiris Kaunas LTU 87:80 Maccabi Tel Aviv ISR
2004, May 01 Tel Aviv ISR BK CSKA Moskva RUS 90:62 Montepaschi Siena ITA
2005, May 08 Moskva RUS BK CSKA Moskva RUS 97:64 BC Žalgiris Kaunas LTU
2006, Apr 30 Praha CZE BK CSKA Moskva RUS 59:55 BC Žalgiris Kaunas LTU
2007, May 05 Athína GRE BC Žalgiris Kaunas LTU 78:74 KK FMP Beograd SRB
2008, May 04 Madrid ESP KK FMP Beograd SRB 80:70 FC Barcelona ESP
2009, May 03 Berlin GER KK FMP Beograd SRB 123:110 KK Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius LTU
2010, May 09 Paris FRA INSEP Paris FRA 83:73 KK FMP Beograd SRB
2011, May 08 Barcelona ESP KK Zagreb CRO 76:65 BC Žalgiris Kaunas LTU
2012, May 13 Ístanbul TUR KK Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius LTU 88:70 Fenerbahçe SK Ístanbul TUR
2013, May 12 London GBR FIATC Joventut Badalona ESP 82:59 FC Barcelona ESP
2014, May 18 Milano ITA KK Crvena Zvezda Telekom Beograd SRB 55:42 Real Madrid CF ESP
2015, May 17 Madrid ESP Real Madrid CF ESP 73:70 KK Crvena Zvezda Telekom Beograd SRB
2016, May 15 Berlin GER FC Barcelona Lassa ESP 90:82 KK Crvena Zvezda Telekom Beograd SRB
2017, May 21 Ístanbul TUR Centre Fédéral FRA 65:58 KK Mega Bemax Sremska Mitrovica SRB

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EuroLeague Women

The EuroLeague Women is the top tier European club competition for women. It was created as European Champions Cup by FIBA in 1958. The name changed to FIBA EuroLeague Women in 1996.
1991 - 2012 and since 2015 the champion was crowned in a “Final Four” tournament. 2013 and 2014 a “Final Eight” took place instead.

Venue

1st place

Final

2nd place

3rd place

1959, May 09 + 19 Sofia + Moskva Slavia Sofia BUL 63:40 + 34:44 Dinamo Moskva URS ---
1960, Apr 20+27 Sofia + Rīga TTT Daugava Riga URS 62:28 + 49:43 Slavia Sofia BUL ---
1961, Jun 17 + Jul 07 Praha + Rīga TTT Daugava Riga URS 76:77ot + 72:37 Slovan Orbis Praha TCH ---
1962, Jun 12 + 19 Rīga + Leningrad TTT Daugava Riga URS 55:58 + 48:44 Spartak Leningrad URS ---
1963, May 28 + Jun 08 Praha + Sofia Slavia Sofia BUL 52:57 + 60:49 Slovan Orbis Praha TCH ---
1964, Mar 12+26 Praha + Rīga TTT Daugava Riga URS 63:58 + 40:43 Spartak Sokolovo Praha TCH ---
1965, Mar 11 + 18 Rīga + Sofia TTT Daugava Riga URS 49:31 + 52:62 Slavia Sofia BUL ---
1966, Mar 10+17 Rīga + Praha TTT Daugava Riga URS 62:39 + 73:56 Slovan Orbis Praha TCH ---
1967, Feb 23 + Mar 02 Praha + Rīga TTT Daugava Riga URS 56:41 + 55:52 Sparta ČKD Praha TCH ---
1968, Apr 18+25 Rīga + Praha TTT Daugava Riga URS 76:45 + 58:47 Sparta ČKD Praha TCH ---
1969, May 01+05 Rīga + Halle TTT Daugava Riga URS 62:48 + 82:57 SC Chemie Halle GDR ---
1970, Apr 26 + May 02 Rīga + Kraków TTT Daugava Riga URS 61:45 + 59:42 GTS Wisła Kraków POL ---
1971, Apr 08+11 Clermont-Ferrand + Rīga TTT Daugava Riga URS 72:59 + 62:56 CUC Clermont-Ferrand FRA ---
1972, Mar 21 + Apr 06 Rīga + Praha TTT Daugava Riga URS 80:59 + 86:59 Sparta ČKD Praha TCH ---
1973, Mar 22 + 29 Clermont-Ferrand + Rīga TTT Daugava Riga URS 64:44 + 83:60 CUC Clermont-Ferrand FRA ---
1974, Apr 04+ 13 Rīga + Clermont-Ferrand TTT Daugava Riga URS 96:67 + 69:53 CUC Clermont-Ferrand FRA ---
1975, Mar 27 + Apr 03 Rīga + Praha TTT Daugava Riga URS 87:59 + 72:56 Sparta ČKD Praha TCH ---
1976, Mar 18+25 Clermont-Ferrand + Praha Sparta ČKD Praha TCH 55:58 + 77:57 CUC Clermont-Ferrand FRA ---
1977, Mar 31 Barcelona ESP TTT Daugava Riga URS 79:53 CUC Clermont-Ferrand FRA ---
1978, Mar 30 Nice FRA GEAS Sesto San Giovanni ITA 74:66 Sparta ČKD Praha TCH ---
1979, Mar 29 La Coruńa ESP KK Crvena Zvezda Beograd YUG 97:62 BSE Budapest HUN ---
1980, Mar 20 Wittenheim FRA GS FIAT Torino ITA 75:66 Minyor Pernik BUL ---
1981, Mar 18 Saint-Nazaire FRA TTT Daugava Riga URS 83:65 KK Crvena Zvezda Beograd YUG ---
1982, Mar 25 Köln FRG TTT Daugava Riga URS 78:56 Minyor Pernik BUL ---
1983, Mar 17 Venezia ITA AS Zolù Vicenza ITA 76:67 DJK Agon 08 Düsseldorf FRG ---
1984, Mar 08 Budapest HUN Levski/ Spartak Sofia BUL 82:77 AS Zolù Vicenza ITA ---
1985, Mar 13 Viterbo ITA AS Fiorella Vicenza ITA 63:55 TTT Daugava Riga URS ---
1986, Mar 20 Milano ITA AS Primigi Vicenza ITA 71:57 DJK Agon 08 Düsseldorf FRG ---
1987, Mar 12 Thessaloniki GRE AS Primigi Vicenza ITA 86:73 Dinamo Novosibirsk URS ---
1988, Mar 23 Düsseldorf FRG AS Primigi Vicenza ITA 70:64 Dinamo Novosibirsk URS ---
1989, Mar 22 Firenze ITA KK Jedinstvo Tuzla YUG 74:70 AS Alda Primigi Vicenza ITA ---
1990, Mar 29 Cesena ITA Trogylos Enimont Priolo ITA 86:71 CSKA Moskva URS ---
1991, Apr 10-11 Barcelona ESP AP Conad-Unica Cesena ITA 84:66 Arvika Basket SWE AO Sporting Athína GRE
1992, Mar 25-26 Bari ITA Dorna Godella Valencia ESP 66:56 Dinamo Kyiv Aspro UKR ASDG Comense 1872 ITA
1993, Mar 24-25 Llíria ESP Dorna Godella Valencia ESP 66:58 ASDG Comense 1872 ITA Challes Savoie Basket FRA
1994, Mar 30-31 Poznań POL ASDG Comense 1872 ITA 79:68 Dorna Godella Valencia ESP TS Olimpia Poznań POL
1995, Mar 21+23 Cantù ITA ASDG Comense 1872 ITA 64:57 Dorna Godella Valencia ESP CSKA Moskva RUS
1996, Mar 19+21 Sofia BUL BTV GoldZack Wuppertal GER 76:62 ASDG Comense 1872 ITA MBK SCP Ružomberok SVK
1997, Apr 08+10 Larissa GRE CJM Bourges Basket FRA 71:52 BTV GoldZack Wuppertal GER MBK SCP Ružomberok SVK
1998, Apr 07+09 Bourges FRA CJM Bourges Basket FRA 76:64 CD Elemantal Pool Getafe ESP ASDG Comense 1872 ITA
1999, Apr 06+08 Brno CZE MBK SCP Ružomberok SVK 63:48 ASDG Comense 1872 ITA Galatasaray SK İstanbul TUR
2000, Apr 04+06 Ružomberok SVK MBK SCP Ružomberok SVK 67:64o2t CJM Bourges Basket FRA BK Gambrinus Brno - Žabovřesky CZE
2001, Apr 20+22 Messina ITA CJM Bourges Basket FRA 73:71 US Valenciennes Olympic FRA MiZo Pécsi VSK HUN
2002, Apr 26+28 Gdynia POL US Valenciennes Olympic FRA 78:72 Lotos VBW Clima Gdynia POL Lavezzini Basket Parma ITA
2003, Apr 11+13 Bourges FRA UMMC Yekaterinburg RUS 82:80 US Valenciennes Olympic FRA BK Gambrinus JME Brno CZE
2004, Apr 16+18 Pécs HUN US Valenciennes Olympic FRA 93:69 Lotos VBW Clima Gdynia POL MiZo Pécsi VSK HUN
2005, Apr 22+24 Samara RUS BK Volgaburmash-SGAU Samara RUS 69:66 BK Gambrinus JME Brno CZE Lietuvos Telekomas Vilnius LTU
2006, Mar 31 + Apr 02 Brno CZE BK Gambrinus Sika Brno CZE 68:54 BK Volgaburmash-SGAU Samara RUS US Valenciennes Olympic FRA
2007, Mar 30 + Apr 01 Vidnoye RUS ZhBK Spartak Moskovskaya Oblast RUS 76:62 Ros Casares Valencia ESP CSKA Moskva RUS
2008, Apr 11+13 Brno CZE ZhBK Spartak Moskovskaya Oblast RUS 75:60 BK Gambrinus Sika Brno CZE UMMC Yekaterinburg RUS
2009, Apr 03+05 Salamanca ESP ZhBK Spartak Moskovskaya Oblast RUS 85:70 Perfumerias Avenida ESP UMMC Yekaterinburg RUS
2010, Apr 09+11 Valencia ESP ZhBK Spartak Moskovskaya Oblast RUS 87:80 Ros Casares Valencia ESP UMMC Yekaterinburg RUS
2011, Apr 08+10 Yekaterinburg RUS Halcon Avenida ESP 68:59 ZhBK Spartak Moskovskaya Oblast RUS UMMC Yekaterinburg RUS
2012, Mar 30 + Apr 01 İstanbul TUR Ros Casares Valencia ESP 65:52 Rivas Ecópolis Vaciamadrid ESP UMMC Yekaterinburg RUS
2013, Mar 18-24 Yekaterinburg RUS UMMC Yekaterinburg RUS 82:56 Fenerbahçe SK İstanbul TUR CJM Bourges Basket FRA
2014, Apr 07-13 Yekaterinburg RUS Galatasaray odeabank İstanbul TUR 69:58 Fenerbahçe SK İstanbul TUR UMMC Yekaterinburg RUS
2015, Apr 10+12 Praha CZE ZVVZ USK Praha CZE 72:68 UMMC Yekaterinburg RUS BK Dinamo Kursk RUS
2016, Apr 15+17 İstanbul TUR UMMC Yekaterinburg RUS 72:69 BK Nadezhda Orenburg RUS Fenerbahçe SK İstanbul TUR
2017, Apr 14+16 Yekaterinburg RUS BK Dinamo Kursk RUS 77:63 Fenerbahçe SK İstanbul TUR UMMC Yekaterinburg RUS

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EuroCup Women

The EuroCup Women was created as European Cup Winner's Cup for Women. Since 1974/75 the cup was opened to more than the cup winners and renamed to European Cup Liliana Ronchetti (honoring the Italian basketball player Liliana Ronchetti). The name changed several times: 1995/96 - 2001/02 simple Ronchetti Cup, 2002/03 - 2004/05 FIBA Europe Cup and since 2005/06 as EuroCup Women.
2002/03 - 2004/05 the champion was crowned in a “Final Four”

Venue

1st place

Final

2nd place

3rd place

1972, Apr 30 + May 08 Leningrad + Beograd Spartak Leningrad URS 84:63 + 86:61 ŽKK Voždovac Beograd YUG ---
1973, Mar 21 + 28 Praha + Leningrad Spartak Leningrad URS 64:55 + 76:37 Sparta ČKD Praha TCH ---
1974, Apr 03+10 Leningrad + Sesto San Giovanni Spartak Leningrad URS 68:58 + 57:65 GEAS Sesto San Giovanni ITA ---
1975, Mar 26 + Apr 02 Sofia + Leningrad Spartak Leningrad URS 64:59 + 79:54 Levski/ Spartak Sofia BUL ---
1976, Mar 17+24 Praha + Zagreb Slavia VŠ Praha TCH 68:51 + 73:78 KK Industromontaža Zagreb YUG ---
1977, Mar 30 Roma ITA Spartak Moskva URS 97:54 Minyor Pernik BUL ---
1978, Mar 29 Haskovo BUL Levski/ Spartak Sofia BUL 50:49 TJ Slovan ChZJD Bratislava TCH ---
1979, Mar 28 Yambol BUL Levski/ Spartak Sofia BUL 70:69 DFS Maritsa Plovdiv BUL ---
1980, Mar 19 Pernik BUL KK Monting Zagreb YUG 82:76 DFS Maritsa Plovdiv BUL ---
1981, Mar 10 Roma ITA Spartak Moskva URS 95:63 KK Monting Zagreb YUG ---
1982, Mar 09 Linz AUT Spartak Moskva URS 89:68 Královopolská Brno TCH ---
1983, Mar 17 Mestre ITA BSE Budapest HUN 83:81o2t Spartak Moskva URS ---
1984, Mar 08 Budapest HUN SS Bata Roma ITA 69:59 BSE Budapest HUN ---
1985, Mar 13 Viterbo ITA CSKA Moskva URS 76:64 SISV Bata Viterbo ITA ---
1986, Mar 11 Barcelona ESP Dinamo Novosibirsk URS 81:58 BSE Budapest HUN ---
1987, Mar 11 Wittenheim FRA TTT Daugava Riga URS 87:80 BF Deborah Milano ITA ---
1988, Mar 03 Athína GRE Dinamo Kiev URS 100:83 BF Deborah Milano ITA ---
1989, Mar 22 Firenze ITA CSKA Moskva URS 92:86 BF Deborah Milano ITA ---
1990, Mar 14+21 Parma + Tuzla Parma Primizie ITA 79:54 + 71:77 KK Jedinstvo Aida Tuzla YUG ---
1991, Mar 19+27 Milano + Como Gemeaz Cusin Milano ITA 94:76 + 58:69 Como Jersey ITA ---
1992, Mar 11+18 Priolo + Vicenza AS Vivo “Will Wood” Vicenza ITA 78:67 + 76:69 Isab Energy Priolo ITA ---
1993, Mar 10+17 Parma + Poznań Lavezzini Basket Parma ITA 91:62 + 71:70 TS Olimpia Poznań POL ---
1994, Mar 09+16 Cesena + Parma T.M.C. Ahena Cesena ITA 78:65 + 66:68 Lavezzini Basket Parma ITA ---
1995, Mar 08+15 Bourges + Parma CJM Bourges Basket FRA 56:47 + 56:53 Lavezzini Basket Parma ITA ---
1996, Mar 06+13 Trapani + Tarbes Tarbes Gespes Bigorre FRA 81:63 + 82:63 S.C. Banca don Rizzo Alcamo ITA ---
1997, Mar 26 + Apr 02 Moskva + Parma CSKA Moskva RUS 72:54 + 71:59 Lavezzini Basket Parma ITA ---
1998, Mar 25 + Apr 01 Sopron + Aix-en-Provence GySEV Ringa Sopron HUN 70:65 + 72:70 Aix-en-Provence Basket Ball Femin FRA ---
1999, Mar 24+31 Ramat Hasharon + Las Palmas Caja Rural de Canarias ESP 72:79 + 64:54 Lachen Ramat Hasharon ISR ---
2000, Mar 22+29 Parma + Las Palmas Lavezzini Basket Parma ITA 64:60 + 63:56 Caja Rural de Canarias ESP ---
2001, Apr 11+18 Adana + Schio Famila Schio ITA 75:73 + 87:70 Botaşspor Adana TUR ---
2002, Apr 10+17 Tarbes + Schio Famila Schio ITA 73:69 + 77:74 Tarbes Gespes Bigorre FRA ---
2003, Apr 26-27 Samara RUS Aix-en-Provence Basket Ball Feminin FRA 80:71 Caja Rural de Canarias ESP BK Volgaburmash-SGAU Samara RUS
2004, Apr 03-04 İstanbul TUR Baltiyskaya Zvezda Sankt-Peterburg RUS 68:64 Szolnoki MÁV Coop HUN ZhBK Dinamo Moskva RUS
2005, Apr 02-03 Napoli ITA Phard Napoli Basket ITA 53:45 Fenerbahçe SK İstanbul TUR Anda Ramat Hasharon ISR
2006, Mar 14+21 Aix-en-Provence + Vidnoye ZhBK Spartak Moskovskaya Oblast RUS 80:65 + 72:66 Pays d’Aix Basket 13 FRA ---
2007, Apr 04+11 Faenza + Moskva ZhBK Dinamo Moskva RUS 74:61 + 76:56 C.A. Faenza Pallacanestro ITA ---
2008, Mar 27 + Apr 03 Schio + Moskva Beretta-Famila Schio ITA 87:67 + 78:69 BK Moskva RUS ---
2009, Apr 02+09 Taranto + İstanbul Galatasaray İstanbul TUR 55:67 + 82:61 Cras Basket Taranto ITA ---
2010, Apr 01+08 Orenburg + Byron Sony Athinaikos Byron GRE 65:57 + 53:57 BK Nadezhda Orenburg RUS ---
2011, Mar 17+24 Ramla + Arras Elitzur Ramla ISR 61:61 + 61:53 Arras Pays d’Artois FRA ---
2012, Mar 06+08 Kayseri + Kursk BK Dinamo Kursk RUS 55:69 + 75:52 Kayseri Kaskispor TUR ---
2013, Mar 07+14 Moskva + Kayseri ZhBK Dinamo Moskva RUS 66:61 + 70:74 Kayseri Kaskispor TUR ---
2014, Mar 20+27 Moskva + Kursk ZhBK Dinamo Moskva RUS 97:65 + 61:85 BK Dinamo Kursk RUS ---
2015, Mar 19+26 Villeneuve d’Ascq + Charleroi ESBVA Lille Metropole FRA 64:68 + 73:53 Castors Braine Brabant Wallon BEL ---
2016, Apr 06+13 Villeneuve d’Ascq + Bourges Tango Bourges Basket FRA 51:40 + 54:53 ESB Villeneuve-d’Asq FRA ---
2017, Apr 05+12 Kayseri + Ístanbul YDÜ Ístanbul TUR 73:69 + 63:58 Bellona AGÜ Kayseri TUR ---

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SuperCup Women

The SuperCup is played between the winners of the EuroLeague and the EuroCup.

Venue

1st place

Final

2nd place

2009, Okt 20 Vidnoye RUS ZhBK Spartak Moskovskaya Oblast RUS 92:59 Galatasaray İstanbul TUR
2010, Okt 18 Athína GRE ZhBK Spartak Moskovskaya Oblast RUS 70:61 Sony Athinaikos Byron GRE
2011, Okt 05 Salamanca ESP Perfumerias Avenida ESP 95:72 Elitzur Ramla ISR
2012 not held


2013, Oct 29 Yekaterinburg RUS UMMC Yekaterinburg RUS 72:63 ZhBK Dinamo Moskva RUS
2014 not held


2015, Oct 06-07 Braine-l’Alleud BEL ZVVZ USK Praha CZE 93:91 UMMC Yekaterinburg RUS
2016, Oct 20 Villeneuve d’Ascq FRA UMMC Yekaterinburg RUS 66:63 ESB Villeneuve-d’Asq FRA

Only in 2015 the runners-up of both competitions also joined to the SuperCup. So a third place was contested: Castors Braine Brabant Wallon BEL

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