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French Basketball Cup

The French Basketball Cup, or French Basketball Federation Cup, (French: Coupe de France de Basket) is the annual national basketball federation cup competition of France. It is organized by the French Basketball Federation. It is also known as the Trophée Robert Busnel (Robert Busnel Trophy), named after the late basketball player Robert Busnel, who died in 1991.[1]

French Basketball Cup
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2017–18 French Basketball Cup
French Basketball Cup logo.jpg
SportBasketball
Founded1953
No. of teams64
CountryFrance France
ContinentEurope
Most recent
champion(s)
SIG Strasbourg
(2nd title)
Most titlesASVEL
(9 titles; 8 French Cups and 1 Federation Cup)
Related
competitions
LNB Pro A
LNB Pro B
Leaders Cup
(League Cup)
Match des Champions
(Supercup)
Official websiteffbb.com (in French)

A total of 54 amateur and professional teams from France, participate in the cup competition.[2]

Contents

HistoryEdit

  • 1952–53 to 1968–69 French Cup (including professional clubs)*
  • 1981–82 to 1984–85 Federation Cup
  • 1992–93 to 1994–95 League Cup
  • 1995–96 to present French Cup (including professional clubs)
*From 1971 to 1995, the French Cup was not contested by professional clubs.

Title holdersEdit

FinalsEdit

Year Winner Finalist Score Venue
French Cup
1953 ASVEL Mulhouse 43–41 Paris (Vel d'Hiv)
1954 PUC ASVEL 54–49 Paris (Vel d'Hiv)
1955 PUC ASVEL 46–43 Roanne
1956 Auboué Racing Club de France 63–52 Paris (Coubertin)
1957 ASVEL PUC 61–55 Tours
1958 Étoile Charleville-Mézières Denain Voltaire 79–42 Mulhouse
1959 Étoile Charleville-Mézières ASVEL 72–65 Paris (Coubertin)
1960 Denain Voltaire Auboué 67–66 Tours
1961 Stade Auto Lyon PUC 64–55 Nantes
1962 PUC RCM Toulouse 65–57 Rennes
1963 PUC Alsace Bagnolet 75–64 Paris (Coubertin)
1964 Moderne Chorale Mulsant 70–68 Tours
1965 ASVEL Alsace Bagnolet 59–55 Mulhouse
1966 Nantes Denain Voltaire 65–58 Lyon
1967 ASVEL Denain Voltaire 88–82 Cholet
1968 The French Cup was replaced by the Regions' Cup
1969 JA Vichy Alsace Bagnolet 90–56 Tours
1970 JA Vichy Moderne 78–74 Saint-Nazaire
From 1971 to 1995, the French Cup was not contested by professional clubs.
Federation Cup
1982 Limoges CSP ASVEL 116–100
1983 Limoges CSP Monaco 96–81
1984 ASVEL Stade Français 88–87
1985 Limoges CSP Stade Français 88–87
League Cup
1993 JDA Dijon Racing Paris 101–66 85-87
1994 Limoges CSP
1995 Limoges CSP
French Cup
1996 ASVEL Levallois 72–69 Marseille
1997 ASVEL SLUC Nancy 67–58 Paris (Coubertin)
1998 Cholet Levallois 95–54 Paris (Bercy)
1999 Cholet SIG 85–70 Paris (Bercy)
2000 Limoges CSP Racing Paris 79–73 Paris (Bercy)
2001 ASVEL Pau-Orthez 99–74 Paris (Bercy)
2002 Pau-Orthez ASVEL 80–73 Paris (Bercy)
2003 Pau-Orthez BCM Gravelines 82–74 Paris (Bercy)
2004 Le Mans Sarthe Pau-Orthez 83–80 Paris (Bercy)
2005 BCM Gravelines Cholet 91–79 Paris (Bercy)
2006 JDA Dijon Orléans 66–58 Paris (Bercy)
2007 Pau-Orthez JSF Nanterre 92–83 Paris (Bercy)
2008 ASVEL Cholet 86–76 Paris (Bercy)
2009 Le Mans Sarthe SLUC Nancy 79–65 Paris (Bercy)
2010 Orléans BCM Gravelines 73–69 Paris (Bercy)
2011 Élan Chalon Limoges CSP 79–71 Paris (Bercy)
2012 Élan Chalon Limoges CSP 83–75 Paris (Bercy)
2013 Paris-Levallois JSF Nanterre 77–74 Paris (Bercy)
2014 JSF Nanterre SLUC Nancy 55–50 Paris (Coubertin)
2015 SIG ESSM Le Portel 87–74 Paris (Carpentier)
2016 Le Mans Sarthe ASVEL 88–75 Paris (Carpentier)
2017 Nanterre 92 Le Mans Sarthe 96–79 Paris (Bercy)
2018 SIG Boulazac Dordogne 82–62 Paris (Bercy)

French Cup (1982–1995)Edit

Year Winner Finalist Score
1982 CO Briochin Denain Voltaire 81–79
1983 Challans CRO Lyon 114–98
1984 Denain Voltaire OS Hyères 75–85
1985 OS Hyères Saint-Quentin 66–63
1986 RCM Toulouse AS Tarare 95–84
1987 Saint-Quentin Montpellier 102–86
1988 AS Esquennoy Villeneuve-sur-Lot 86–79
1989 Nice BC SIG 86–85
1990 Toulon CRO Lyon 89–84
1991 EB Châlons-en-Champagne USO Athis-Mons 107–83
1992 Anjou BC Angers AS Poissy 82–70
1993 Besançon Élan Chalon 79–64
1994 Anjou BC Angers Gauloise Vitry le François 82–74
1995 Gauloise Vitry le François Reims Champagne 73–69

Most Valuable PlayerEdit

See alsoEdit

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