1963–64 FIBA Women's European Champions Cup

The 1963–64 Women's Basketball European Cup was the 6th edition of the competition. Daugava Riga defeated Spartak Sokolovo Prague in the final to win its fourth European Cup, having previously overcome defending champion Slavia Sofia in the semifinals. With a 103–101 aggregate it was the tightest final so far. This tournament marked the beginning of Daugava's hegemony in the European Cup, which was continuing the following eleven editions.[1]

14 teams took part in the competition, with Belgium and Netherlands making their first appearance. Portugal, represented by Benfica de Lubango from Portuguese Angola, retired from the competition.

Qualification roundEdit

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
CREFF Madrid   Walkover   Benfica de Lubango

Round of 16Edit

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Daugava Riga   Bye
Zeneca Geneve   76 – 164   Berlin 1893 35–72 41–92
Slavia Sofia   Bye
MTK Budapest   181 – 63   SK Ankara 87–29 94–34
ASPTTR Rabat   45 – 136   Olimpia Poznań 19–73 26–63
Standard Liège   94 – 132   Crvena zvezda 54–58 40–74
CREFF Madrid   77 – 104   THW 1846 Heidelberg 42–57 35–47
Blue Stars Amsterdam   102 – 143   Spartak Sokolovo Prague 58–66 44–77

Quarter-finalsEdit

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Berlin 1893   86 – 138   Daugava Riga 48–72 38–66
MTK Budapest   122 – 157   Slavia Sofia 68–93 54–64
Olimpia Poznań   120 – 134   Crvena zvezda 64–66 56–68
THW 1846 Heidelberg   94 – 181   Spartak Sokolovo Prague 61–83 33–98

Semi-finalsEdit

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Slavia Sofia   98 – 107   Daugava Riga 51–46 47–61
Spartak Sokolovo Prague   152 – 113   Crvena zvezda 75–59 77–54

FinalEdit

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Spartak Sokolovo Prague   101 – 103   Daugava Riga 58–63 43–40

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