Alpe Adria Cup is an international basketball club competition. As of 2023–24, the league comprises teams from seven countries: Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia. It is played under the rules of FIBA.

Alpe Adria Cup
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2023–24 Alpe Adria Cup
SportBasketball
Founded2015
Inaugural season2015–16
No. of teams11
CountriesAustria
Croatia
Czech Republic
Poland
Romania
Slovakia
Slovenia
ContinentFIBA Europe (Europe)
Most recent
champion(s)
Poland MKS Dąbrowa Górnicza
(1st title)
Most titlesSlovenia Helios Suns
Slovakia Komárno
Hungary Körmend
Poland MKS Dąbrowa Górnicza
Czech Republic Pardubice
Slovakia Patrioti Levice
Slovenia Zlatorog Laško
(1 title each)
Official websitealpeadriacup.com

2023–24 teams edit

Team Location Established
  BC Geosan Kolín Kolín 1940
  BC Vienna Vienna 2010
  BK Redstone Olomoucko Olomouc 2017
  BK Sluneta Ústí nad Labem Ústí nad Labem 1946
  KD Ilirija Ljubljana 1957
  KK Dinamo Zagreb Zagreb 1972
  KK Dubrava Zagreb 1976
  MKS Dąbrowa Górnicza Dąbrowa Górnicza 1992
  OSC Capital Bulls Kapfenberg 1976
  SCM winsed.swiss Mozzart Bet Timisoara Timișoara 1956
  Spišskí Rytieri Spišská Nová Ves 2004

Finals edit

Year Final Semifinalists
Champions Score Second place Third place Score Fourth place
2015–16
Details
Helios Suns   66–63   Zlatorog Laško Zagreb   94–73   Prievidza
2016–17
Details
Rieker Komárno   160–139
97–72 / 63–67
  Helios Suns   Rogaška and   Zlatorog Laško
2017–18
Details
Zlatorog Laško   89–79   Levickí Patrioti   Brno and   USK Praha
2018–19
Details
Egis Körmend   159–147
67–76 / 92–71
  Adria Oil Škrljevo   GTK Gliwice and   Patrioti Levice
2019–20
Details
JIP Pardubice   185–176
89–96 / 96–80
  Armex Děčín   Hallmann Vienna and   Swans Gmunden
2020–21
Details
The season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe.
2021–22
Details
Patrioti Levice   82–63   JIP Pardubice   GGMT Vienna and   Spišski Rytieri
2022–23
Details
MKS Dąbrowa Górnicza   86–72   GGMT Vienna   BC Komárno and   Spišski Rytieri

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