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Portuguese Basketball Cup

The Portuguese Basketball Cup is the top men’s basketball cup in Portugal, which is also called (Portuguese: "Taça de Portugal de Basquetebol") and it is organized by the Federation.

Portuguese Cup winners

Year Final
Winners Result Runners-up
1943–1944 Atlético CP 95–84 CF Belenenses
1944–1945 CF Belenenses 31–27 Vasco da Gama FC
1945–1946 Benfica 33–32 CF Belenenses
1946–1947 Benfica (2) 42–25 Vasco da Gama FC
1947–1948 Vasco da Gama FC 37–35 Benfica
1953–1954 Atlético CP (2) 53–35 / 51–49 Conimbricense
1954–1955 Sporting CP 73–39 Barreirense
1956–1957 Barreirense 58–54 CF Belenenses
1957–1958 Académica de Coimbra 49–40 Barreirense
1958–1959 CF Belenenses (2) 44–42 Benfica
1959–1960 Barreirense (2) 48–42 Benfica
1960–1961 Benfica (3) 79–45 Académica de Coimbra
1961–1962 Sporting Lourenço Marques 46–30 Barreirense
1962–1963 Barreirense (3) 48–47 Benfica
1963–1964 Benfica (4) 63–44 Vasco da Gama FC
1964–1965 Benfica (5) 51–41 Sporting CP
1965–1966 Benfica (6) 44–37 Sporting CP
1966–1967 Académica de Coimbra (2) 52–44 Vasco da Gama FC
1967–1968 Benfica (7) 79–74 Académica de Coimbra
1968–1969 Benfica (8) 78–69 Banco Pinto Magalhães
1969–1970 Benfica (9) 75–68 Banco Pinto Magalhães
1970–1971 Académica de Coimbra (3) 83–71 Porto
1971–1972 Benfica (10) 91–70 Académica de Coimbra
1972–1973 Benfica (11) 73–69 Porto
1973–1974 Benfica (12) 102–84 Sporting CP
1974–1975 Sporting CP (2) 78–75 Benfica
1975–1976 Sporting CP (3) 104–64 Porto
1976–1977 Ginásio 82–72 Porto
1977–1978 Sporting CP (4)
1978–1979 Porto
1979–1980 Sporting CP (5)
1980–1981 Benfica (13) 90–86 Porto
1981–1982 Barreirense (4) 85–78 Atlético CP
1982–1983 C.A. Queluz 86–85 Benfica
1983–1984 Barreirense (5) 109–76 Conimbricense
1984–1985 Barreirense (6)
1985–1986 Porto (2) 119–76 Estrelas Avenida
1986–1987 Porto (3)
1987–1988 Porto (4) 90–77 Benfica
1988–1989 Ovarense 81–73 Illiabum
1989–1990 Ovarense (2) 81–73 Benfica
1990–1991 Porto (5) 89–74 Ovarense
1991–1992 Benfica (14) 91–82 Illiabum
1992–1993 Benfica (15) 91–86 Ovarense
1993–1994 Benfica (16) 86–64 Ovarense
1994–1995 Benfica (17) 80–79 Porto
1995–1996 Benfica (18) 75–74 Oliveirense
1996–1997 Porto (6) 95–73 Ovarense
1997–1998 Estrelas Avenida 87–86 Benfica
1998–1999 Porto (7) 60–67 Ovarense
1999–2000 Porto (8) 83–76 Ovarense
2000–2001 Portugal Telecom 102–88 Ovarense
2001–2002 Portugal Telecom (2) 91–85 Oliveirense
2002–2003 Oliveirense 75–65 CAB Madeira
2003–2004 Porto (9) 97–88 Ovarense
2004–2005 C.A. Queluz (2) 71–62 Ovarense
2005–2006 Porto (10) 95–84 Benfica
2006–2007 Porto (11) 86–77 CF Belenenses
2007–2008 Vitória de Guimarães 65–64 Porto
2008–2009 Ovarense (3) 92–87 AD Vagos
2009–2010 Porto (12) 71–70 Ovarense
2010–2011 CAB Madeira (1) 64–62 CB Penafiel
2011–2012 Porto (13) 58–47 Académica de Coimbra
2012–2013 Vitória de Guimarães (2) 100–81 Benfica
2013–2014 Benfica (19) 74–52 Galitos FC
2014–2015 Benfica (20) 88–87 (2 OT) Barcelos

Cup winners

Team Won Years won
Benfica 20 1946, 1947, 1961, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1981, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 2014, 2015
Porto 13 1979, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1991, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2012
Barreirense 6 1957, 1960, 1963, 1982, 1984, 1985
Sporting CP 5 1955, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1980
Académica de Coimbra 3 1958, 1967, 1971
Ovarense 3 1989, 1990, 2009
Atlético CP 2 1944, 1954
CF Belenenses 2 1945, 1959
Portugal Telecom 2 2001, 2002
C.A. Queluz 2 1983, 2005
Vitória de Guimarães 2 2008, 2013
Vasco da Gama 1 1948
Sporting Lourenço Marques (MOZ) 1 1962
Ginásio 1 1977
Estrelas Avenida 1 1998
Oliveirense 1 2003
CAB Madeira 1 2011
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