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The European Chess Club Cup is an annual chess tournament for club teams from Europe. It is organised by the European Chess Union. The competition is held with the Swiss system over seven rounds. It consists of two sections, open and women's, with each team fielding six and four players respectively at every match.

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HistoryEdit

The tournament origins are from the former Yugoslavia, where chess club competitions were quite popular. In 1996, the women's competition was added.

WinnersEdit

Men's eventEdit

  • 1954   ŠK Partizan
  • 1955   ŠK Partizan
  • 1956   ŠK Partizan
  • 1976   Burevestnik Moscow and   Solingen SG
  • 1979   Burevestnik Moscow
  • 1982   Spartacus Budapest
  • 1984   Trud Moscow
  • 1986   CSKA Moscow
  • 1988   CSKA Moscow
  • 1990   CSKA Moscow and   Solingen SG
  • 1992   Bayern Munich
  • 1993   Lyon Oyonnax
  • 1994   ŠK Bosna &   Lyon Oyonnax
  • 1995   Yerevan city
  • 1996   Sberbank Tatarstan Kazan
  • 1997   Ladia Azov
  • 1998   Panfox Breda
  • 1999   ŠK Bosna
  • 2000   ŠK Bosna
  • 2001   Nikel Norilsk
  • 2002   ŠK Bosna
  • 2003   NAO Paris
  • 2004   NAO Paris[1]
  • 2005   Tomsk-400
  • 2006   Tomsk-400
  • 2007   Linex Magic-Mérida
  • 2008   Ural Sverdlovskaya oblast[2]
  • 2009   Economist-SGSEU-1 Saratov
  • 2010   Economist-SGSEU-1 Saratov
  • 2011   Saint-Petersburg Chess Federation
  • 2012   SOCAR Azerbaijan
  • 2013   G-Team Nový Bor
  • 2014   SOCAR Azerbaijan
  • 2015   Siberia Novosibirsk
  • 2016   Alkaloid Skopje
  • 2017   Globus Russia
  • 2018   Mednyi Vsadnik St.Petersburg

Women's eventEdit

  • 1996   Agrouniverzal Belgrade and   Merani Tbilisi
  • 1997   Goša Smederevska Palanka
  • 1998   AEM-Luxten Timişoara
  • 1999   Rudenko School Kherson
  • 2000   Agrouniverzal Belgrade
  • 2001   Agrouniverzal Belgrade
  • 2002   BAS Belgrade
  • 2003   Internet CG Podgorica
  • 2004   NTN Tbilisi
  • 2005   NTN Tbilisi
  • 2006   Mika Yerevan
  • 2007   CE Monte Carlo
  • 2008   CE Monte Carlo
  • 2009   Spartak Vidnoe
  • 2010   CE Monte Carlo
  • 2011   AVS
  • 2012   CE Monte Carlo
  • 2013   CE Monte Carlo
  • 2014   Batumi Chess Club "Nona"
  • 2015   Batumi Chess Club "Nona"
  • 2016   CE Monte Carlo
  • 2017   Batumi Chess Club "Nona"
  • 2018   CE Monte Carlo

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "NAO defends Euro Club Cup title". Chess News. 2004-10-14. Retrieved 2016-11-20.
  2. ^ "European Club Cup – Final Standings | European Club Cup 2008 -". ecc2008.chessdom.com. Retrieved 2016-11-20.