Basketball - Women Euroleague : presentation and medal winners

Information and history

First edition1958/1959
Editions58 (including 2015/2016)
First winnerBulgariaBulgaria Slavia Sofia
Most winsLatviaLatvia TTT Riga (18)
Most recent winnerRussiaRussia UMMC Ekaterinburg





All time table since 2001/2002

Team Appearances First appearance Best result Pts MP W L GF GA diff
1 Bourges Tango (FRA) 15 2001/2002 3rd 394 244 150 94 16423 15268 +1155
2 UMMC Ekaterinburg (RUS) 13 2002/2003 1st 375 211 164 47 15902 13347 +2555
3 BK Brno (CZE) 14 2001/2002 1st 314 212 102 110 14700 14616 +84
4 Fenerbahce SK Istanbul (TUR) 11 2001/2002 2nd 309 180 129 51 13110 12208 +902
5 Ros Casares Valencia (SPA) 11 2001/2002 1st 287 173 114 59 12579 11136 +1443
6 UE Sopron (HUN) 14 2001/2002 4th 285 199 86 113 14050 14482 -432
7 TS Wisla Krakow (POL) 12 2004/2005 4th 256 172 84 88 11533 11798 -265
8 Spartak MR Vidnoje (RUS) 8 2006/2007 1st 249 138 111 27 10835 8960 +1875
9 Mizo Pécs 2010 (HUN) 10 2001/2002 3rd 242 152 90 62 10447 9952 +495
10 USK Praha (CZE) 12 2003/2004 1st 234 165 69 96 11202 11492 -290
11 Basket Gdynia (POL) 11 2001/2002 2nd 227 156 71 85 11397 11771 -374
12 Avenida Salamanca (SPA) 10 2006/2007 1st 221 144 77 67 10045 9838 +207
13 Lietuvos Vilnius (LTU) 11 2001/2002 3rd 213 150 63 87 10010 10627 -617
14 Beretta Famila Schio (ITA) 11 2002/2003 - 210 150 60 90 10144 10676 -532
15 Good Angels Kosice (SVK) 11 2004/2005 4th 208 147 61 86 9662 10276 -614
   (Calculation Limited to the first 15 and based on W=2 pts and D=1 pts)




Medal winners since 1958/1959 with links to results and winners

2015/2016 (Host Country : RussiaHost Country : Russia)   1. RussiaRussia UMMC Ekaterinburg 2. RussiaRussia Nadezhda Orenburg3. TurkeyTurkey Fenerbahce SK Istanbul
2014/2015 (Host Country : RussiaHost Country : Russia)   1. Czech RepublicCzech Republic USK Praha 2. RussiaRussia UMMC Ekaterinburg3. RussiaRussia Dynamo Kursk
2013/2014 (Host Country : RussiaHost Country : Russia)   1. TurkeyTurkey Galatasaray SK Istanbul 2. TurkeyTurkey Fenerbahce SK Istanbul3. RussiaRussia UMMC Ekaterinburg
2012/2013  1. RussiaRussia UMMC Ekaterinburg 2. TurkeyTurkey Fenerbahce SK Istanbul3. FranceFrance Bourges Tango
2011/2012  1. SpainSpain Ros Casares Valencia 2. SpainSpain Rivas Ecopolis Madrid3. RussiaRussia UMMC Ekaterinburg
2010/2011  1. SpainSpain Avenida Salamanca 2. RussiaRussia Spartak MR Vidnoje3. RussiaRussia UMMC Ekaterinburg
2009/2010  1. RussiaRussia Spartak MR Vidnoje 2. SpainSpain Ros Casares Valencia3. RussiaRussia UMMC Ekaterinburg
2008/2009  1. RussiaRussia Spartak MR Vidnoje 2. SpainSpain Avenida Salamanca3. RussiaRussia UMMC Ekaterinburg
2007/2008  1. RussiaRussia Spartak MR Vidnoje 2. Czech RepublicCzech Republic BK Brno3. RussiaRussia UMMC Ekaterinburg
2006/2007  1. RussiaRussia Spartak MR Vidnoje 2. SpainSpain Ros Casares Valencia3. RussiaRussia VBM Samara
2005/2006  1. Czech RepublicCzech Republic BK Brno 2. RussiaRussia VBM Samara3. FranceFrance Valenciennes
2004/2005  1. RussiaRussia VBM Samara 2. Czech RepublicCzech Republic BK Brno3. LithuaniaLithuania Lietuvos Vilnius
2003/2004  1. FranceFrance Valenciennes 2. PolandPoland Basket Gdynia3. HungaryHungary Mizo Pécs 2010
2002/2003  1. RussiaRussia UMMC Ekaterinburg 2. FranceFrance Valenciennes3. Czech RepublicCzech Republic BK Brno
2001/2002  1. FranceFrance Valenciennes 2. PolandPoland Basket Gdynia3. ItalyItaly Parma
2000/2001   1. FranceFrance Bourges Tango 2. FranceFrance Valenciennes3. HungaryHungary Mizo Pécs 2010
1999/2000   1. SlovakiaSlovakia Ruzomberok 2. FranceFrance Bourges Tango3. Czech RepublicCzech Republic BK Brno
1998/1999   1. SlovakiaSlovakia Ruzomberok 2. ItalyItaly Ginnastica Comense Cômo3. TurkeyTurkey Galatasaray SK Istanbul
1997/1998   1. FranceFrance Bourges Tango 2. SpainSpain Pool Getafe3. ItalyItaly Ginnastica Comense Cômo
1996/1997   1. FranceFrance Bourges Tango 2. GermanyGermany TV 1846 Wuppertal3. SlovakiaSlovakia Ruzomberok
1995/1996   1. GermanyGermany TV 1846 Wuppertal 2. ItalyItaly Ginnastica Comense Cômo3. SlovakiaSlovakia Ruzomberok
1994/1995   1. ItalyItaly Ginnastica Comense Cômo 2. SpainSpain Ros Casares Valencia3. RussiaRussia CSKA Moscow
1993/1994   1. ItalyItaly Ginnastica Comense Cômo 2. SpainSpain Ros Casares Valencia3. PolandPoland Olimpia Poznan
1992/1993   1. SpainSpain Ros Casares Valencia 2. ItalyItaly Ginnastica Comense Cômo3. FranceFrance Challes-les-Eaux
1991/1992   1. SpainSpain Ros Casares Valencia 2. UkraineUkraine Dynamo Kiev3. ItalyItaly Ginnastica Comense Cômo
1990/1991   1. ItalyItaly Conad-Unicar Cesena 2. SwedenSweden Arvika
1989/1990   1. ItalyItaly Trogylos Priolo Gargallo 2. RussiaRussia CSKA Moscow
1988/1989   1. Bosnia and HerzegovinaBosnia and Herzegovina ZKK Jedinstvo Tuzla 2. ItalyItaly Vicenza AS
1987/1988   1. ItalyItaly Vicenza AS 2. RussiaRussia Dynamo Novosibirsk
1986/1987   1. ItalyItaly Vicenza AS 2. RussiaRussia Dynamo Novosibirsk
1985/1986   1. ItalyItaly Vicenza AS 2. GermanyGermany DJK Agon 08 Düsseldorf
1984/1985   1. ItalyItaly Vicenza AS 2. LatviaLatvia TTT Riga
1983/1984   1. BulgariaBulgaria Levski Spartak Sofia 2. ItalyItaly Vicenza AS
1982/1983   1. ItalyItaly Vicenza AS 2. GermanyGermany DJK Agon 08 Düsseldorf
1981/1982   1. LatviaLatvia TTT Riga 2. BulgariaBulgaria Mineur Pernik
1980/1981   1. LatviaLatvia TTT Riga 2. SerbiaSerbia KK Crvena Zvezda
1979/1980   1. ItalyItaly Sisport FIAT Torino 2. BulgariaBulgaria Mineur Pernik
1978/1979   1. SerbiaSerbia KK Crvena Zvezda 2. HungaryHungary BSE Budapest
1977/1978   1. ItalyItaly Geas Sesto-san-Giovanni 2. Czech RepublicCzech Republic Sparta Praha BLC
1976/1977   1. LatviaLatvia TTT Riga 2. FranceFrance Clermont UC
1975/1976   1. Czech RepublicCzech Republic Sparta Praha BLC 2. FranceFrance Clermont UC
1974/1975   1. LatviaLatvia TTT Riga 2. Czech RepublicCzech Republic Sparta Praha BLC
1973/1974   1. LatviaLatvia TTT Riga 2. FranceFrance Clermont UC
1972/1973   1. LatviaLatvia TTT Riga 2. FranceFrance Clermont UC
1971/1972   1. LatviaLatvia TTT Riga 2. Czech RepublicCzech Republic Sparta Praha BLC
1970/1971   1. LatviaLatvia TTT Riga 2. FranceFrance Clermont UC
1969/1970   1. LatviaLatvia TTT Riga 2. PolandPoland TS Wisla Krakow
1968/1969   1. LatviaLatvia TTT Riga 2. GermanyGermany SV Halle
1967/1968   1. LatviaLatvia TTT Riga 2. Czech RepublicCzech Republic Sparta Praha BLC
1966/1967   1. LatviaLatvia TTT Riga 2. Czech RepublicCzech Republic Sparta Praha BLC
1965/1966   1. LatviaLatvia TTT Riga 2. Czech RepublicCzech Republic Slovan Orbis Praha
1964/1965   1. LatviaLatvia TTT Riga 2. BulgariaBulgaria Slavia Sofia
1963/1964   1. LatviaLatvia TTT Riga 2. Czech RepublicCzech Republic Sparta Praha BLC
1962/1963   1. BulgariaBulgaria Slavia Sofia 2. Czech RepublicCzech Republic Slovan Orbis Praha
1961/1962   1. LatviaLatvia TTT Riga 2. RussiaRussia Leningrad St-Petersburg
1960/1961   1. LatviaLatvia TTT Riga 2. Czech RepublicCzech Republic Slovan Orbis Praha
1959/1960   1. LatviaLatvia TTT Riga 2. BulgariaBulgaria Slavia Sofia
1958/1959   1. BulgariaBulgaria Slavia Sofia 2. RussiaRussia Dynamo Moscow

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