CEV Cup

The CEV Cup is the second top official competition for men's Volleyball clubs of Europe and takes place every year.

CEV Cup
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2020–21 CEV Cup
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FormerlyCEV Cup Winners' Cup (1972–2000)
CEV Top Teams Cup
(2000–2007)
SportVolleyball
Founded1972; 49 years ago (1972)
AdministratorCEV
No. of teams32 (Main phase)
CountryCEV members
ContinentEurope
Most recent
champion(s)
Italy Diatec Trentino
(1st title)
Official websiteOfficial website

Until 2000, it was the CEV Cup Winners' Cup. In 2000 it was renamed CEV Top Teams Cup and in 2007 it was renamed CEV Cup.[1] The former CEV Cup was renamed to CEV Challenge Cup.

HistoryEdit

Title holdersEdit

CEV Cup Winners' CupEdit

Year Final 3rd Place Game
Champion Score Second place Third place Fourth place
1972–73
Details
 
Zvezda Voroshilovgrad
Group Stage  
Csepel
 
Levski-Spartak
 
Ruini Firenze
1973–74
Details
 
Elektrotechnika
Group Stage  
Zvezda Voroshilovgrad
 
Resovia
 
Lubiam Bologna
1974–75
Details
 
Elektrotechnika
Group Stage  
Levski-Spartak
 
Aero Odolena Voda
 
Újpesti
1975–76
Details
 
CSKA Sofia
Group Stage  
Červená hvězda Bratislava
 
Klippan Torino
 
Bouwlust Orawi
1976–77
Details
 
Elektrotechnika
Group Stage  
Steaua București
 
Aero Odolena Voda
 
Budapest Honvéd
1977–78
Details
 
Rudá Hvězda Praha
Group Stage  
AZS Olsztyn
 
Paoletti Catania
 
Eczacıbaşı
1978–79
Details
 
Dinamo București
Group Stage  
Levski-Spartak
 
Rudá hvězda Praha
 
Gemeenteserv Vught
1979–80
Details
 
Panini Modena
Group Stage  
Panathinaikos
 
Aero Odolena Voda
 
Vinilex Istanbul
1980–81
Details
 
Červená hvězda Bratislava
Group Stage  
Steaua București
 
Avtomobilist Leningrad
 
CSKA Sofia
1981–82
Details
 
Avtomobilist Leningrad
Group Stage  
Levski-Spartak
 
Steaua București
 
AS Grenobloise
1982–83
Details
 
Avtomobilist Leningrad
Group Stage  
Robe di Kappa Torino
 
Vojvodina
 
Güney Sanayi
1983–84
Details
 
Robe di Kappa Torino
Group Stage  
Son Amar Palma de Mallorca
 
Asnières Sports
 
VV Martinus
1984–85
Details
 
Dynamo Moscow
Group Stage  
Levski-Spartak
 
Steaua București
 
Hamburger SV
1985–86
Details
 
Panini Modena
Group Stage  
Steaua București
 
CSKA Sofia
 
Dynamo Moscow
1986–87
Details
 
Tartarini Bologna
Group Stage  
Levski Sofia
 
Bosna Sarajevo
 
Resovia
1987–88
Details
 
Maxicono Parma
3–0  
Tartarini Bologna
 
Levski Sofia
 
Rudá hvězda Praha
1988–89
Details
 
Maxicono Parma
3–0  
Levski Sofia
 
Panathinaikos
 
Camst Bologna
1989–90
Details
 
Maxicono Parma
3–1  
Sisley Treviso
 
Dynamo Moscow
 
Hamburger SV
1990–91
Details
 
Eurostile Montichari
3–1  
Avtomobilist Leningrad
 
Fréjus
 
Knack Roeselare
1991–92
Details
 
Eurostile Montichari
3–2  
Mediolanum Milano
 
Moerser SC
 
Desimpel Torhout
1992–93
Details
 
Mediolanum Milano
3–1  
Cannes
 
Gabeca Montichiari
 
Aris
1993–94
Details
 
Sisley Treviso
3–2  
Mediolanum Milano
 
AS Cannes
 
Orestiada
1994–95
Details
 
Daytona Las Modena
3–0  
Numancia Soria
 
Knack Roeselare
 
Aris
1995–96
Details
 
Olympiacos
3–2  
Bayer Wuppertal
 
Alcom Capelle
 
CV Almería
1996–97
Details
 
Alpitour Traco Cuneo
3–0  
Olympiacos
 
Belogorie Belgorod
 
SCC Berlin
1997–98
Details
 
Alpitour Traco Cuneo
3–0  
Olympiacos
 
Castêlo da Maia GC
 
CV Guaguas Las Palmas
1998–99
Details
 
AS Cannes
3–2  
Alpitour Traco Cuneo
 
UEM-Izumrud Ekaterinburg
 
Arçelik Istanbul
1999–00
Details
 
Paris Volley
3–1  
Alpitour Traco Cuneo
 
AEK
 
Galatasaray

CEV Top Teams CupEdit

Year Final 3rd Place Game
Champion Score Second place Third place Fourth place
2000–01
Details
 
Espinho
3–2  
UEM-Izumrud Ekaterinburg
 
CV Almería
 
Erdemirspor
2001–02
Details
 
Knack Roeselare
3–1  
Espinho
 
Domex Tytan AZS Częstochowa
 
Lokomotyv Kharkiv
2002–03
Details
 
Piet Zoomers Apeldoorn
3–1  
Lokomotyv Kharkiv
 
Omniworld Almere
 
Azot Cherkasy
2003–04
Details
 
Lokomotyv Kharkiv
3–1  
Deltacons Tulcea
 
Tiroler Wasserkraft Innsbruck
 
Castêlo da Maia GC
2004–05
Details
 
Olympiacos
3–0  
Ortec Nesselande
 
Dukla Liberec
 
Omniworld Almere
2005–06
Details
 
Copra Berni Piacenza
3–2  
Pòrtol Son Amar Palma
 
Panathinaikos
 
Vojvodina Novi Sad
2006–07
Details
 
Autocommerce Bled
3–2  
Cimone Modena
 
Iskra Odintsovo
 
Rabotnički Fersped Skopje

CEV CupEdit

Year Final 3rd Place Game
Champion Score Second place Third place Fourth place
2007–08
Details
 
Roma Volley
3–0  
Noliko Maaseik
 
Budvanska Rivijera Budva
 
Fakel Novy Urengoy
2008–09
Details
 
Lokomotiv Belgorod
3–1  
Panathinaikos
 
Bre Banca Lannutti Cuneo
 
Unicaja Almería
2009–10
Details
 
Bre Banca Lannutti Cuneo
3–1  
Iskra Odintsovo
 
Noliko Maaseik
 
Copra Nord Meccanica Piacenza
2010–11
Details
 
Sisley Treviso
2–3, 3–1
(GS 15–11)
 
ZAKSA Kędzierzyn-Koźle
  Asseco Resovia and   CSKA Sofia
2011–12
Details
 
Dynamo Moscow
3–2, 3–2  
Asseco Resovia
  ACH Volley Ljubljana and   Acqua Paradiso Monza
2012–13
Details
 
Halkbank Ankara
3–1, 3–2  
Andreoli Latina
  Lokomotyv Kharkiv and   Maliye Milli Piyango
2013–14
Details
 
Paris Volley
0–3, 3–1
(GS 15–11)
 
Guberniya Nizhniy Novgorod
  PGE Skra Bełchatów and   Tomis Constanța
2014–15
Details
 
Dynamo Moscow
3–1, 1–3
(GS 15–12)
 
Energy T.I. Diatec Trentino
  Volley behappy2 Asse-Lennik and
  ZAKSA Kędzierzyn-Koźle
2015–16
Details
 
Berlin Recycling Volleys
3–2, 3–0  
Gazprom-Yugra
  Dynamo Moscow and   Knack Randstad Roeselare
2016–17
Details
 
Tours VB
0–3, 3–1
(GS 15–13)
 
Trentino Diatec
  Fenerbahçe and
  United Volleys Rhein-Main
2017–18
Details
 
Belogorie Belgorod
3–0, 3–2  
Ziraat Bankası
  Asseco Resovia and   Calzedonia Verona
2018–19
Details
 
Diatec Trentino
3–0, 3–2  
Galatasaray
  Kuzbass Kemerovo and   Olympiacos
2019–20
Details
Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic
2020–21
Details

Titles by clubEdit

Rank Club Titles Runner-up Champion years
1.   Piemonte Volley 3 2 1996–97, 1997–98, 2009–10
2.   Modena Volley 3 1 1979–80, 1985–86, 1994–95
3.   Elektrotechnika 3 1973–74, 1974–75, 1976–77
4.   Pallavolo Parma 3 1987–88, 1988–89, 1989–90
5.     Dynamo Moscow 3 1984–85, 2011–12, 2014–15
6.   Olympiacos 2 2 1995–96, 2004–05
7.   Avtomobilist Leningrad 2 1 1981–82, 1982–83
8.   Volley Treviso 2 1 1993–94, 2010–11
9.   Gabeca Pallavolo 2 1990–91, 1991–92
10.   Paris Volley 2 1999–00, 2013–14
11.   Belogorie Belgorod 2 2008–09, 2017–18
12.   Gonzaga Milano 1 2 1992–93
13.   Trentino Volley 1 2 2018–19
14.   Zvezda Voroshilovgrad 1 1 1972–73
15.   Červená hvězda Bratislava 1 1 1980–81
16.   CUS Torino Pallavolo 1 1 1983–84
17.   Zinella Volley 1 1 1986–87
18.   AS Cannes 1 1 1998–99
19.   SC Espinho 1 1 2000–01
20.   Lokomotyv Kharkiv 1 1 2003–04
21.   CSKA Sofia 1 1975–76
22.   Rudá Hvězda Praha 1 1977–78
23.   Dinamo București 1 1978–79
24.   Knack Randstad Roeselare 1 2001–02
25.   Piet Zoomers Apeldoorn 1 2002–03
26.   Volley Piacenza 1 2005–06
27.   ACH Volley Bled 1 2006–07
28.   M. Roma Volley 1 2007–08
29.   Halkbank Ankara 1 2012–13
30.   Berlin Recycling Volleys 1 2015–16
31.   Tours VB 1 2016–17
32.   Levski Sofia 6
33.   Steaua București 3
34.   Panathinaikos 2
35.   CV Pòrtol 2
36.   Csepel 1
37.   AZS Olsztyn 1
38.   Numancia Soria 1
39.   Bayer Wuppertal 1
40.   UEM-Izumrud Ekaterinburg 1
41.   Deltacons Tulcea 1
42.   Ortec Nesselande 1
43.   Noliko Maaseik 1
44.   Iskra Odintsovo 1
45.   ZAKSA Kędzierzyn-Koźle 1
46.   Resovia 1
47.   Andreoli Latina 1
48.   Guberniya Nizhniy Novgorod 1
49.   Gazprom-Yugra Surgut 1
50.   Ziraat Bankası 1
51.   Galatasaray 1

Titles by countryEdit

Rank Country Won Runner-up Total
1   Italy 19 11 30
2   Soviet Union 7 2 9
3   Russia 4 4 8
4   France 4 1 5
5   Greece 2 4 6
6   Czechoslovakia 2 1 3
7   Bulgaria 1 6 7
8   Romania 1 4 5
9   Turkey 1 2 3
10   Netherlands 1 1 2
  Belgium 1 1 2
  Portugal 1 1 2
  Germany 1 1 2
  Ukraine 1 1 2
15   Slovenia 1 1
16   Poland 3 3
17   Spain 3 3
18   Hungary 1 1

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2008-05-27. Retrieved 2011-03-13.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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