European Cup (bandy)

The European Cup was an annual bandy club competition between teams from Europe. The first edition of the tournament was held in 1974. The most recent competition was in 2009, but it has not been formally discontinued.

European Cup
Statusdormant
Genresports event
Date(s)winter
Frequencyannual
Inaugurated1974
Participantsbandy club teams
Organised byFIB

Clubs qualified for the cup by becoming champions in their own national championship. This meant that only four teams took part – the national championship teams from Finland, Norway, Soviet Union/Russia, and Sweden. The tournament was dominated by teams from Russia (the Soviet Union until 1991), and Sweden. Teams from those countries won every tournament.

EditionsEdit

Season Winners Runners-up
1974   SKA-Sverdlovsk   Falu BS
1975   Dynamo Moscow   Ljusdals BK
1976   Dynamo Moscow   Brobergs IF
1977   Dynamo Alma-Ata   Oulun Luistinseura
1978   Dynamo Moscow   Edsbyns IF
1979   IF Boltic   Zorky
1980   Yenisey   IF Boltic
1981   IF Boltic   Yenisey
1982   IF Boltic   Yenisey
1983   Yenisey   IF Boltic
1984   IF Boltic   Yenisey
1985   IF Boltic   Yenisey
1986   Yenisey   Vetlanda BK
1987   Yenisey   IFK Motala
1988   Yenisey   HIFK
1989   Yenisey   Västerås SK
1990   Västerås SK   Oulun Luistinseura
1991   Vetlanda BK   Yenisey
1992   Zorky   Botnia-69
1993   Västerås SK   Warkauden Pallo -35
1994   Västerås SK   SKA-Zenit
1995   IF Boltic   Sibselmash
1996   Västerås SK   Vodnik
1997   Sandvikens AIK   Vodnik
1998   Västerås SK   Vodnik
1999 not played
2000   Sandvikens AIK   Vodnik
2001   Yenisey   Västerås SK
2002   Vodnik   Sandvikens AIK
2003   Vodnik   Sandvikens AIK
2004   Vodnik   Edsbyns IF
2005   Edsbyns IF   Vodnik
2006   Dynamo Moscow   Edsbyns IF
2007   Edsbyns IF   Dynamo Moscow
2008   Dynamo Moscow   Edsbyns IF
2009   Dynamo Moscow   Västerås SK

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