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The EuroCup Women (officially FIBA EuroCup Women) is the second-caliber professional basketball league with teams from European clubs from national leagues joined in FIBA Europe. It succeeds the Ronchetti Cup.

EuroCup Women
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2018–19 EuroCup Women
EuroCup Women logo.jpg
Official logo of the EuroCup Women
SportBasketball
Founded2002
No. of teams32
CountryFIBA Europe members
ContinentEurope
Most recent
champion(s)
Russia Nadezhda Orenburg (1st title)
Most titlesRussia Dynamo Moscow (3 titles)

Contents

HistoryEdit

System of competitionEdit

As for the EuroLeague Women, the EuroCup had a Final Four to appoint the winner from 2003 (year of creation) to 2005. In 2006, this system is abandoned and we go back to the former format of the Ronchetti Cup, that is to say a final in a home and away game.

EuroCup winnersEdit

Year Host Final Semifinalists
Winner Score Runner-up Third place Score Fourth place
2002–03
Details
  Russia (Samara)  
Pays d'Aix-en-Provence
80–71  
CB Islas Canarias
 
VBM-SGAU
84–70  
Ano Liosia
2003–04
Details
  Turkey (Istanbul)  
Baltiyskaya Zvezda St. Petersburg
68–64  
Szolnoki MÁV Coop
 
Dynamo Moscow
76–72  
Fenerbahçe
2004–05
Details
  Italy (Naples)  
Phard Napoli
53–45  
Fenerbahçe
 
Anda Ramat Hasharon
86–72  
Croatia Zagreb
2005–06
Details
2 matches played in the final  
Spartak Moscow Region
152–131
80–65 / 72–66
 
Pays d'Aix-en-Provence
  Avenida and   Coconuda Maddaloni
2006–07
Details
 
Dynamo Moscow
150–117
74–61 / 76–56
 
CA Faenza
  Lavezzini Parma and   Germano Zama Faenza
2007–08
Details
 
Beretta Famila Schio
165–136
87–67 / 78–69
 
BC Moscow
  Galatasaray and   Elitzur Ramla
2008–09
Details
 
Galatasaray
137–128
55–67 / 82–61
 
Cras Basket Taranto
  Dynamo Kursk and   Dynamo Moscow
2009–10
Details
 
Athinaikos
118–114
65–57 / 53–57
 
Nadezhda Orenburg
  Dynamo Kursk and   Saarlouis Royals
2010–11
Details
 
Elitzur Ramla
122–114
61–61 / 61–53
 
ASPTT Arras
  Athinaikos and   Chevakata
2011–12
Details
 
Dynamo Kursk
130–121
55–69 / 75–52
 
Kayseri Kaski SK
  Chevakata and   Botaş
2012–13
Details
 
Dynamo Moscow
136–135
66–61 / 70–74
 
Kayseri Kaski SK
  Chevakata and   Ružomberok
2013–14
Details
 
Dynamo Moscow
158–150
97–65 / 61–85
 
Dynamo Kursk
  Villeneuve-d'Ascq and   İstanbul Üniversitesi
2014–15
Details
 
ESB Villeneuve-d'Ascq
137–121
64–68 / 73–53
 
Royal Castors Braine
  Maccabi Bnot Ashdod and   İstanbul Üniversitesi
2015–16
Details
 
Tango Bourges Basket
105–93
51–40 / 54–53
 
ESB Villeneuve-d'Ascq
  AGÜ Spor and   Basket Landes
2016–17
Details
 
Yakın Doğu Üniversitesi
136–127
73–69 / 63–58
 
Bellona AGÜ
  Hatay BB and   Galatasaray
2017–18
Details
 
Galatasaray
155–140
90–68 / 65–72
 
Reyer Venezia
  Hatay BB and   Perfumerías Avenida
2018–19
Details
 
Nadezhda Orenburg
146–132
71–75 / 75–57
 
Lattes Montpellier
  Famila Schio and   Spar CityLift Girona

PerformancesEdit

By countryEdit

Country Titles Runner-up Finals
  Russia 7 3 10
  France 3 4 7
  Turkey 3 4 7
  Italy 2 3 5
  Greece 1 0 1
  Israel 1 0 1
  Hungary 0 1 1
  Spain 0 1 1
  Belgium 0 1 1

By clubEdit

Rank Club Country Titles Runner-up
1 Dynamo Moscow   Russia 3 0
2 Galatasaray   Turkey 2 0
3 Aix-en-Provence   France 1 1
Dynamo Kursk   Russia 1 1
ESB Villeneuve-d'Ascq   France 1 1
Nadezhda Orenburg   Russia 1 1
7 Yakın Doğu Üniversitesi   Turkey 1 0
Baltiyskaia Zvezda Saint Petersburg   Russia 1 0
Spartak Moscow   Russia 1 0
Beretta Famila Schio   Italy 1 0
Phard Napoli   Italy 1 0
Sony Athinaikos   Greece 1 0
Elitzur Ramla   Israel 1 0
Tango Bourges Basket   France 1 0
15 Kayseri Kaski SK   Turkey 0 3
16 BC Moscow Region   Russia 0 1
CA Faenza   Italy 0 1
Taranto Cras Basket   Italy 0 1
Fenerbahçe   Turkey 0 1
ASPTT Arras   France 0 1
Islas Canarias   Spain 0 1
Szolnoki MÁV Coop   Hungary 0 1
Royal Castors Braine   Belgium 0 1
Lattes Montpellier   France 0 1

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