Baltic Women's Basketball League

The Baltic Women's Basketball League (BWBL) is a top-level regional basketball league, featuring women's teams from Belarus, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Ukraine. Teams from Finland, Kazakhstan, Latvia and Sweden have competed in the past seasons.

Baltic Women's Basketball League
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2020–21 Baltic Women's Basketball League
SportBasketball
Founded19 May 1994; 28 years ago (1994-05-19)
Inaugural season1994–95
No. of teams10
Country Belarus
 Estonia
 Lithuania
 Poland
 Russia
 Ukraine
ContinentFIBA Europe
Most recent
champion(s)
Russia Inventa-Farm Kursk
(1st title)
Most titlesLithuania Aistės-LSU Kaunas
(14 titles)
Official websitebwbl.lt

FinalsEdit

Season Winners Score Runners-up Venue Location MVP
1994–95   Kaunas TEO   Victoria
1995–96   Laisvė Kaunos   Vilnius Telekomas
1996–97   Laisvė Kaunos   Vilnius Telekomas
1997–98   Rygos RTU-Klondaika   Horizont Minsk
1998–99   Horizont Minsk 71–58   Arvi Veritas Marijampolė, Lithuania
1999–00   Vilnius Telekomas 73–38   Arvi Veritas Vilnius, Lithuania
2000–01   Vilnius Telekomas 104–75   TTT Riga Riga, Latvia
2001–02   Vilnius Telekomas 76–65   Baltiyskaya Zvezda St. Petersburg Vilnius, Lithuania
2002–03   Vilnius Telekomas 92–51   Panthers Helsinki, Finland
2003–04   Vilnius Telekomas 78–60   Arvi Druskininkai, Lithuania
2004–05   Vilnius Telekomas 95–64   Lajsve Vilnius, Lithuania
2005–06   Vilnius Telekomas 90–57   TIM SKUF Druskininkai, Lithuania   Katie Douglas
2006–07   Vilnius TEO 75–66   Arvi Druskininkai, Lithuania
2007–08   Vilnius TEO 59–53   Cēsis Riga, Latvia   Willnett Crockett
2008–09   Vilnius TEO 68–47   Cēsis Cēsis, Latvia   Crystal Langhorne
2009–10   Vilnius TEO 70–56   Lemminkäinen Klaipeda Klaipėda, Lithuania     Lindsey Harding
2010–11   Kaunas VIČI-Aistės 85–72   Spartak St. Petersburg SC A. Sabonisa Kaunas, Lithuania   Aušra Bimbaitė
2011–12   Kaunas VIČI-Aistės 79–66   Horizont Minsk SC Olympia Lida, Belarus   Tatsiana Likhtarovich
2012–13   Olimpia Grodno 74–49   Horizont Minsk Druskininkai, Lithuania   Maryia Papova
2013–14   BC Kibirkstis-Tiche 67–57   Horizont Minsk M. Riomerio universition basketball hall Vilnius, Lithuania   Mantė Kvederavičiūtė
2014–15   BC Tsmoki-Minsk 63–55   TTT Riga Olympic sports arena Riga, Latvia   Viktoryia Hasper
2015–16   Marijampolės Sūduva 69–57   BC Tsmoki-Minsk Marijampolės ŽSM krepšinio salė Marijampolė, Lithuania   Iveta Salkauske
2016–17   Dynamo-Farm Kursk 70–42   FCR Media/Rapla Druskininkai, Lithuania   Ekaterina Polyashova
2017–18   Inventa-Farm Kursk 65–54   BC Tsmoki-Minsk Druskininkai, Lithuania   Evgeniia Frolkina
Pre-season Seb. 2018   BC Tsmoki-Minsk 81–77   Dynamo-Farm Kursk Palanga, Lithuania   Viktoryia Hasper

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