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EuroLeague Women

EuroLeague Women
Current season, competition or edition:
2014–15 EuroLeague Women
Official logo of the EuroLeague Women
Sport Basketball
Founded 1958
No. of teams 15 (Group stages)
Country FIBA Europe member associations
Most recent champion(s) Galatasaray (1st title)
Most titles TTT Rīga (18 titles)
Official website EuroLeague Women

The EuroLeague Women (officially FIBA EuroLeague Women) is the highest professional basketball league in Europe for women’s clubs.

Unlike FIBA Europe.

Contents

  • History 1
  • System of competition 2
    • Between 2004–2011 2.1
  • EuroLeague winners 3
  • Titles By Country 4
  • Titles By Club 5
  • External links 6

History

System of competition

Between 2004–2011

24 clubs took part to the European most important competition. They were divided into 4 groups of 6 teams each with home and away games.

The 4 best-placed clubs in each group qualified for the eighth-final play-offs.

Eighth-final round was established according the standings (games won, games lost, goal-average) of each team in the preliminary round. This round was played in a home and away game.

The winners of the eighth-final round qualified for quarter-final round.

The winners of the quarter-final round qualified for the Final Four, organized by one of the qualified clubs. Semi-finals were played on Friday and finals on Sunday.

EuroLeague winners

Year Place of the final Winner Runner-Up 1st game 2nd game
Under the denomination European Cup For Women’s Champions Clubs
1959 Slavia Sofia Dynamo Moscow *63–40 34–*44
1960 Daugava Rīga Slavia Sofia 62–*28 *49–43
1961 Daugava Rīga Slovan Orbis Prague 76–*77 *72–37
1962 Daugava Rīga Spartak Leningrad *55–38 48–*44
1963 Slavia Sofia Slovan Orbis Prague 52–*57 *60–49
1964 Daugava Rīga Sparta Prague 63–*58 *40–43
1965 Daugava Rīga Slavia Sofia *49–31 52–*62
1966 Daugava Rīga Slovan Orbis Prague *62–39 73–*56
1967 Daugava Rīga Sparta Prague *56–41 55–*52
1968 Daugava Rīga Sparta Prague *76–45 58–*47
1969 Daugava Rīga SC Chemie Halle *62–48 82–*57
1970 Daugava Rīga Wisła Kraków *61–45 59–*42
1971 Daugava Rīga Clermont UC 72–*59 *62–56
1972 Daugava Rīga Sparta Prague *80–59 86–*59
1973 Daugava Rīga Clermont UC 64–*44 *83–60
1974 Daugava Rīga Clermont UC *96–67 69–*53
1975 Daugava Rīga Sparta Prague *87–59 72–*56
1976 Sparta Prague Clermont UC 55–*58 *77–57
1977 Barcelona Daugava Rīga Clermont UC 79–53
1978 Nice Sesto San Giovanni Sparta Prague 74–66
1979 A Coruña Crvena zvezda BSE Budapest 97–62
1980 Wittenheim Fiat Torino Minyor Pernik 75–66
1981 Saint-Nazaire Daugava Rīga Crvena zvezda 83–65
1982 Cologne Daugava Rīga Minyor Pernik 78–56
1983 Venice AS Vicenza DJK Agon Düsseldorf 76–67
1984 Budapest BC Levski Sofia AS Vicenza 82–77
1985 Viterbo AS Vicenza Daugava Rīga 63–55
1986 Milan AS Vicenza DJK Agon Düsseldorf 71–57
1987 Thessaloniki AS Vicenza Dynamo Novosibirsk 86–73
1988 Düsseldorf AS Vicenza Dynamo Novosibirsk 70–64
1989 Florence Jedinstvo Tuzla AS Vicenza 74–70
1990 Cesena Trogylos Enimont Priolo CSKA Moscow 86–71
1991 Barcelona Conad-Unicar Cesena Arvika Basket 84–66
1992 Bari PB Godella, Valencia Dynamo Kiev 66–56
1993 Llíria PB Godella, Valencia SFT Como 66–58 (OT)
1994 Poznań SFT Como PB Godella Valencia 79–68
1995 Como SFT Como PB Godella Valencia 64–57
1996 Sofia BTV Wuppertal SFT Como 76–62
Renamed as the EuroLeague Women
1997 Larissa CJM Bourges BTV Wuppertal 71–52
1998 Bourges CJM Bourges Pool Getafe Madrid 76–64
1999 Brno SCP Ružomberok SFT Como 63–48
2000 Ružomberok SCP Ružomberok CJM Bourges 67–64 (2 OT)
2001 Messina CJM Bourges US Valenciennes 73–71
2002 Liévin US Valenciennes Lotos VBW Clima Gdynia 78–72
2003 Bourges UMMC Ekaterinburg US Valenciennes 82–80
2004 Pécs US Valenciennes Lotos VBW Clima Gdynia 93–69
2005 Samara VBM-SGAU Samara Gambrinus Brno 69–66
2006 Brno Gambrinus Brno VBM-SGAU Samara 68–54
2007 Vidnoye WBC Spartak Moscow Region Ros Casares Valencia 76–62
2008 Brno WBC Spartak Moscow Region Gambrinus Brno 75–60
2009 Salamanca WBC Spartak Moscow Region Halcón Avenida Salamanca 85–70
2010 Valencia WBC Spartak Moscow Region Ros Casares Valencia 87–80
2011 Ekaterinburg Halcón Avenida Salamanca WBC Spartak Moscow Region 68–59
2012 Istanbul Ros Casares Valencia Rivas Ecópolis 65–52
2013 Ekaterinburg UMMC Ekaterinburg Fenerbahçe 82–56
2014 Ekaterinburg Galatasaray Fenerbahçe 69–58

* precedes the score of the team playing at home.

Titles By Country

Rank Country Winners Runners-up
1  Soviet Union 18 6
2  Italy 11 5
3  Russia 7 2
4  France 5 8
5  Spain 4 7
6  Bulgaria 3 4
7  Yugoslavia 2 1
8  Slovakia 2 0
9  Czechoslovakia 1 9
10  Germany 1 3
11  Turkey 1 2
12  Czech Republic 1 2

Titles By Club

Rank Club Winners Runners-up
1 TTT Riga 18 1
2 AS Vicenza 5 2
3 WBC Spartak Moscow Region 4 1
4 Ros Casares Valencia 3 4
5 CJM Bourges Basket 3 1
6 Pool Comense 1872 2 3
7 USO Valenciennes 2 2
Slavia Sofia 2 2
9 MBK Ružomberok 2 0
UMMC Ekaterinburg 2 0
11 Sparta Prague 1 9
12 BK Brno 1 2
13 Volgaburmash Samara 1 1
Wuppertal Wings 1 1
Crvena zvezda 1 1
Halcón Avenida Salamanca 1 1
17 BC Levski Sofia 1 0
Sisport Fiat Turin 1 0
Unicar Cesena 1 0
GS Trogylos Basket Priolo 1 0
Sesto San Giovanni 1 0
Jedinstvo Tuzla 1 0
Galatasaray 1 0

External links

  • (English) Official website
  • (English) Official Facebook page
  • (English) EuroLeague history
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