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WBC Spartak Moscow Region

WBC Spartak Moscow Region
WBC Spartak Moscow Region logo
Leagues Russian Premier League
Founded 1949
History ŽBK Spartak Moscow (1949–2009)
ŽBK Moscow Region (2009–2010)
Location Moscow, Russia
Team colors Red and White
Championships 4 EuroLeague Women
2 European SuperCup
1 EuroCup Women
2 Russian Premier League
Home jersey
Team colours
Away jersey
Team colours

Women’s Basketball Club Spartak Moscow Region is a women's basketball team based in Vidnoye, Russia that plays in FIBA’s EuroLeague Women. It is a highly successful team in recent years, winning the 2005–06 EuroCup Women and the 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09 and 2009–10 EuroLeague Women championship and the inaugural SuperCup Women. It is currently the only team that has managed to win 4 consecutive EuroLeague Women titles since 1991 when European Cup For Women’s Champions Clubs was rebranded as the Euroleague Women. This is due in part to the team's supplementing of its otherwise Russian roster with seasoned WNBA stars Lauren Jackson, Sue Bird, Diana Taurasi, Anete Jēkabsone-Žogota, and others.


FIBA Europe SuperCup Women: (2)

  • 2009, 2010

EuroLeague Women: (4)

  • 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010

EuroCup Women: (1)

  • 2006

Russian Women's Basketball Premier League: (2)

  • 2007, 2008

Current roster

Former players

External links

  • Official site
  • FIBA team page
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