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1985–86 FIBA Women's European Champions Cup

The 1985-86 FIBA Women's European Champions Cup was the 28th edition of FIBA Europe's competition for national champions women's basketball clubs, running from 3 October 1985 to 20 March 1986.[1] Defending champion Primigi Vicenza defeated Agon Düsseldorf in a rematch of the 1983 edition's final to win its third title.[2]

Contents

Qualifying RoundEdit

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Sporting Athens   145–141   Pully Lausanne 79–63 66–78
Tungsram Budapest   143–126   Charles Quint 80–64 63–62
Elitzur Holon   126–174   Universitatea Cluj 63–87 63–87
Naomh Muire   98–269   Doppeldouche Den Helder 65–134 33–135
Besiktas   77–179   Partizan 34–89 43–90
Avon Northampton   103–177   Sampo Lahti 47–83 56–94
Real Canoe   112–145   Stade Français 64–64 48–81
Høybråten   109–150   Slavia Prague 59–75 50–75
Black Star Mersch   109–150   UBLV Wien 55–66 57–94

First roundEdit

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Sporting Athens   77–172   Levski Sofia 50–73 27–99
Tungsram Budapest   145–152   Universitatea Cluj 84–66 61–86
Doppeldouche Den Helder   132–174   Partizan 67–81 65–93
Sampo Lahti   141–181   Agon Düsseldorf 67–88 74–93
Wisla Krakow   131–181   Stade Françáis 67–88 64–93
UBLV Wien   104–180   Slavia Prague 58–91 46–89

Group stageEdit

Group AEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA
  Primigi Vicenza 6 4 2 477 384
  Levski Sofia 6 4 2 486 446
  Universitatea Cluj 6 4 2 474 491
  Partizan 6 0 6 438 554

Group BEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA
  Agon Düsseldorf 6 6 0 436 382
  CSKA Moscow 6 4 2 463 426
  Stade Français 6 2 4 409 431
  Slavia Prague 6 0 6 376 445

SemifinalsEdit

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
CSKA Moscow   128–151   Primigi Vicenza 82–84 46–67
Levski Sofia   152–154   Agon Düsseldorf 79–64 73–90

FinalEdit

Team #1 Team #2
Primigi Vicenza   71–57   Agon Düsseldorf

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Results in todor66.om
  2. ^ List of finals, 1959-91, in FIBA Europe's website