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1991–92 FIBA Women's European Champions Cup

The 1991-92 FIBA Women's European Champions Cup was the 34th edition of the competition. It was won by Popular Basquet Godella, today known as Ciudad Ros Casares Valencia, beating Dynamo Kiev (representing the CIS following the breakup of the Soviet Union) in the final.[1] Godella became the first Spanish team to win the competition.[2]

Contents

Competition resultsEdit

2nd Preliminary RoundEdit

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Falcon Copenhague   138-202   Agon Düsseldorf 69-102 69-100
Elitzur Holon   125-156   Sporting Athens 68-85 57-71
Magyar Testgyakorlók Köre   170-142   17 Nëntori Tirana 101-72 69-70
Pussihukat Vantaa   114-217   Dynamo Kiev Aspro 77-155 37-102
SCP Ruzomberok   164-152   Galatasaray SK 96-64 68-88
Dorna Godella   156-80   BCSS Namur 76-43 80-37
Šibenik   (Walkover)   Universitatea-Dacia Cluj - -
BBC Etzella Ettelbruck   98-214   Challes Savoie Basket 48-125 50-89
Lokomotiv Sofia   238-107   Olympias Neapoleos 125-43 113-64
Nuva Den Helder   106-122   Polfa Pabianice 55-58 51-64

3rd Preliminary RoundEdit

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Agon Düsseldorf   138-191   Sporting Athens 68-107 70-84
Magyar Testgyakorlók Köre   142-186   Dynamo Kiev Aspro 77-89 65-97
SCP Ruzomberok   151-172   Dorna Godella 82-88 69-84
Universitatea-Dacia Cluj   128-168   Challes Savoie Basket 61-80 67-88
Lokomotiv Sofia   129-196   Sparbanken Arvika Basket 70-109 59-87
Polfa Pabianice   122-164   Ginnastica Comense 72-86 50-78

Semi-final RoundEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA
1.   Dorna Godella 10 10 0 806 693
2.   Dynamo Kiev Aspro 10 6 4 781 768
3.   Ginnastica Comense 10 5 5 731 699
4.   Sporting Athens 10 5 5 718 781
5.   Challes Savoie Basket 10 4 6 629 698
6.   Sparbanken Arvika Basket 10 0 10 729 853

Final FourEdit

Semi-finals Final
   Dorna Godella  87  
   Sporting Athens  61  
 
       Dorna Godella  66
     Dynamo Kiev  56
Third place
   Dynamo Kiev Aspro  85    Ginnastica Comense  80
   Ginnastica Comense  77      Sporting Athens  72

AwardsEdit

Euroleague 1991-92 Champions
 
Dorna Godella
First title

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ [ Resultshttp://www.fibaeurope.com/cid_KNce8jInH7Qj1EsyH5rjn2.season_1992.compID_jr6ZiXqeGhMBtfq1yxqV83.html] in FIBA Europe's website
  2. ^ Dorna, European champion. El Mundo Deportivo