1968–69 FIBA Women's European Champions Cup

The 1968-69 FIBA Women's European Champions Cup was the tenth edition of the competition. Daugava Riga defeated Chemie Halle to win its sixth trophy in a row. This was the only appearance of an East German team in the competition's final.[1] 1968 runner-up Sparta Prague withdrew from the 6-team Group stage, refusing to play against Akademik Sofia.[2]

Qualifying RoundEdit

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Daugava Riga   Bye
Kollejliler Ankara   65 - 146   Akademik Sofia 31-70 34-76
Göttingen 05   100 - 133   Budapest VTSK 46-62 54-71
Academica de Coimbra   56 - 110   CREFF Madrid 31-39 25-71
Politehnica Bucharest   129 - 127   Radnički Beograd 71-68 58-59
Sparta Prague   Bye
Riri Mendrisio   93 - 159   Clermont 51-72 42-87
Ruter/Mörby   64 - 157   Chemie Hall 47-84 17-73
Maccabi Tel Aviv   94 - 105   Vicenza 55-50 39-55
AMJV Amsterdam   99 - 141   Wisła Kraków 47-69 52-72
Firestone Wien   127 - 95   Standard Liège 72-51 55-44

Round of 12Edit

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Daugava Riga   Bye
Akademik Sofia   109 - 100   Budapest VTSK 58-43 51-57
CREFF Madrid   109 - 100   Politehnica Bucharest 45-70 43-72
Clermont   118 - 131   Sparta Prague 54-53 64-78
WBC Chemie Halle   93 - 92   Vicenza 47-38 46-54
Firestone Wien   109 - 148   Wisła Kraków 54-66 55-82

Group stageEdit

Group AEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA
1.   Akademik Sofia 4 3 1 144 140
2.   Politehnica Bucharest 4 1 3 259 279
3.   Sparta Prague 4 2 2 135 119
Politehnica Bucharest 74-63 66-81 Akademik Sofia
Sparta Prague 72-58 63-61 Politehnica Bucharest
Akademik Sofia walkover Sparta Prague

Group BEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA
1.   Daugava Riga 4 4 0 287 220
2.   Chemie Halle 4 1 3 222 258
3.   Wisła Kraków 4 1 3 215 244
Chemie Halle 57-74 55-79 Daugava Riga
Wisła Kraków 62-53 43-57 Chemie Halle
Wisła Kraków 54-72 56-62 Sparta Prague

SemifinalsEdit

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Politehnica Bucharest   116 - 157   Daugava Riga 49-72 67-85
Chemie Halle   123 - 99   Akademik Sofia 74-46 49-53

FinalEdit

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Daugava Riga   144 - 105   Chemie Halle 62-48 82-57

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ List of finals in FIBA Europe's website. Accessed 2012-02-27. Archived 2012-03-03.
  2. ^ Results in Todor66.com. Accessed 2012-02-27. Archived 2012-03-03.