French basketball clubs in international competitions

French basketball clubs in European and worldwide competitions is the record of professional men's basketball clubs from France's top-tier level league, the LNB Pro A, in international competitions.

The finalsEdit

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Season Champion Result Runner-up Date Venue
FIBA European Champions Cup & EuroLeague (1st tier)
1992–93
Limoges CSP   59–55   Benetton Treviso 15/04/1993 Peace and Friendship Stadium, Piraeus
FIBA Saporta Cup (2nd tier)
1969–70
Fides Napoli   147–129 (two-leg)   JA Vichy 15 & 26/04/1970 Salle des Ailes, Vichy Palasport di Fuorigrotta, Napoli
1975–76
Cinzano Milano   88–83   ASPO Tours 17/03/1976 PalaRuffini, Turin
1982–83
Scavolini Pesaro   111–99   ASVEL 09/03/1983 Palacio Municipal de Deportes, Palma de Mallorca
1987–88
Limoges CSP   96–89   Ram Joventut 16/03/1988 Palais des Sports, Grenoble
2000–01
Maroussi   74–72   Élan Chalon 17/04/2000 Hala Torwar, Warsaw
EuroCup Basketball (2nd tier)
2015–16
Galatasaray Odeabank   140–133 (two-leg)   SIG 22 & 27/04/2015 Rhénus Sport, Strasbourg Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
FIBA Korać Cup (3rd tier)
1981–82
Limoges CSP   90–84   Šibenka 18/03/1982 Palasport San Lazzaro, Padua
1982–83
Limoges CSP   94–86   Šibenka 08/03/1983 Deutschlandhalle, West Berlin
1983–84
Orthez   97–73   Crvena zvezda 15/03/1984 Palais des Sports Pierre-de-Coubertin, Paris
1986–87
FC Barcelona   203–171 (two-leg)   Limoges CSP 18 & 25/03/1987 Palau Blaugrana, Barcelona ... Beaublanc, Limoges
1999–00
Limoges CSP   131–118 (two-leg)   Unicaja 22 & 29/03/2000 ... Beaublanc, Limoges Pabellón Ciudad Jardín, Málaga
2001–02
SLUC Nancy   172–167 (two-leg)   Lokomotiv Mineralnye Vody 10 & 17/04/2002 Palais des Sports Jean Weille, Nancy SK Ekspress, Rostov-on-Don
FIBA EuroChallenge (3rd tier)
2008–09
Virtus BolognaFiere   77–75   Cholet 26/04/2009 Futurshow Station, Bologna
2011–12
Beşiktaş Milangaz   91–86   Élan Chalon 29/04/2012 Főnix Hall, Debrecen
2014–15
JSF Nanterre   64–63   Trabzonspor Medical Park 26/04/2015 Hayri Gür Arena, Trabzon
Basketball Champions League (3rd tier)
2017–18
AEK   100–94   Monaco 04/05/2018 Nikos Galis Olympic Indoor Hall, Athens
FIBA EuroCup Challenge (4th tier)
2003–04
Mitteldeutscher   84–68   SAOS Dijon 28/03/2004 Atatürk Spor Salonu, İzmir

French clubs in EuroLeague (1st tier)Edit

Season to seasonEdit

Year Team _______ Earlier stage _______ ________ Last 24 to 32 ________ ________ Last 12 to 16 ________ _________ Last 6 to 8 _________ _________ Semifinals _________ ____________ Final ____________
1958
ASVEL   Royal IV
1958–59 Étoile Charleville-Mézières   Barreirense   Real Madrid
1959–60 Chorale Mulsant   Rou'de Le'w Kayl   Antwerpse   Slovan Orbis Praha
1960–61 Étoile Charleville-Mézières   Casablancais   CSKA Moscow
1961–62 Alsace de Bagnolet   The Wolves Amsterdam   Antwerpse
1962–63 Alsace de Bagnolet   Celtic   AŠK Olimpija
1963–64 PUC   Etzella   OKK Beograd
1964–65 ASVEL   Central YMCA   ÍR   Real Madrid
1965–66 Denain Voltaire   Collegians   CSKA Cherveno zname
1966–67 ASVEL   Wydad Casablanca   AEK 4th of 4 teams
1967–68 Alsace de Bagnolet   Maccabi Tel Aviv
1968–69 ASVEL   Edinburgh Hornets   Zadar
1969–70 ASVEL   Union Radès Transport   Hapoel Tel Aviv 3rd of 4 teams
1970–71 Olympique Antibes   ÍR   AEK 4th of 4 teams
1971–72 ASVEL   Lourenço Marques   Radio Koch Wien
1972–73 ASVEL   Fath Union Sport   Slavia VŠ Praha
1973–74 Berck   Panathinaikos 2nd of 4 teams   Real Madrid
1974–75 Berck 2nd of 6 teams Bye   Ignis Varese
1975–76 ASVEL 2nd of 6 teams Bye   Real Madrid
1976–77 ASPO Tours 2nd of 4 teams
1977–78 ASVEL 1st of 3 teams Bye 3rd of 6 teams
1978–79 Moderne 2nd of 4 teams
1979–80 Moderne 3rd of 4 teams
1980–81 ASPO Tours 2nd of 4 teams
1981–82 ASVEL 2nd of 4 teams
1982–83 Moderne   Panathinaikos   Billy Milano
1983–84 Limoges CSP   Dinamo București   Nashua EBBC 6th of 6 teams
1984–85 Limoges CSP   Solent Stars   CSKA Moscow
1985–86 Limoges CSP   Sunair Oostende   Aris 6th of 6 teams
1986–87 Orthez   Partizani Tirana   Bayer 04 Leverkusen 3rd of 6 teams
1987–88 Orthez   Karşıyaka 7th of 8 teams
1988–89 Limoges CSP   Zbrojovka Brno 5th of 8 teams
1989–90 Limoges CSP   Pully 3rd of 8 teams   Jugoplastika   Aris  
1990–91 Limoges CSP   CSKA Sofia 8th of 8 teams
1991–92 Olympique Antibes   Benfica 6th of 8 teams
1992–93 Pau-Orthez   Efes Pilsen 4th of 8 teams   PAOK
Limoges CSP   Guildford Kings 2nd of 8 teams   Olympiacos   Real Madrid Teka   Benetton Treviso  
1993–94 Limoges CSP 3rd of 8 teams   Panathinaikos
Pau-Orthez   Rabotnički 7th of 8 teams
1994–95 Limoges CSP   Bioveta COOP Banka Brno 1st of 8 teams   Scavolini Pesaro   Real Madrid Teka   Panathinaikos (4th)
Olympique Antibes   CSKA Moscow
1995–96 Olympique Antibes 6th of 8 teams
Pau-Orthez   Rene Coltof Den Helder   Smelt Olimpija 4th of 8 teams   CSKA Moscow
1996–97 Pau-Orthez 4th of 6 teams 5th of 6 teams
Limoges CSP 5th of 6 teams 4th of 6 teams   Panathinaikos
ASVEL 3rd of 6 teams 2nd of 6 teams   Estudiantes Argentaria   Efes Pilsen   Banca Catalana FC Barcelona   Smelt Olimpija (4th)
1997–98 PSG Racing 6th of 6 teams 5th of 6 teams
Pau-Orthez 3rd of 6 teams 6th of 6 teams
Limoges CSP 6th of 6 teams 6th of 6 teams
1998–99 Pau-Orthez 3rd of 6 teams 4th of 6 teams   Union Olimpija   Kinder Bologna
ASVEL 2nd of 6 teams 2nd of 6 teams   Cibona   Olympiacos
1999–00 Pau-Orthez 6th of 6 teams 6th of 6 teams
ASVEL 1st of 6 teams 2nd of 6 teams   Real Madrid Teka   Efes Pilsen
Cholet 5th of 6 teams 5th of 6 teams
2000–01 ASVEL 6th of 10 teams   Partizan   CSKA Moscow
Pau-Orthez 6th of 10 teams   Split CO
2001–02 Pau-Orthez 6th of 8 teams
ASVEL 5th of 8 teams
2002–03 ASVEL 5th of 8 teams 4th of 4 teams
Pau-Orthez 6th of 8 teams
2003–04 Pau-Orthez 5th of 8 teams 3rd of 4 teams
Adecco ASVEL 8th of 8 teams
2004–05 Pau-Orthez 8th of 8 teams
Adecco ASVEL 8th of 8 teams
2005–06 SIG 7th of 8 teams
Pau-Orthez 7th of 8 teams
2006–07 Le Mans Sarthe 7th of 8 teams
Pau-Orthez 4th of 8 teams 4th of 4 teams
2007–08 Chorale Roanne 7th of 8 teams
Le Mans Sarthe 8th of 8 teams
2008–09 SLUC Nancy 6th of 6 teams
Le Mans Sarthe 6th of 6 teams
2009–10 ASVEL 5th of 6 teams
Entente Orléanaise Loiret 6th of 6 teams
2010–11 Le Mans Sarthe   Khimki
2011–12 SLUC Nancy 6th of 6 teams
2012–13 Élan Chalon 5th of 6 teams
Le Mans Sarthe   Mapooro Cantù
2013–14 JSF Nanterre 5th of 6 teams
SIG 6th of 6 teams
2014–15 Limoges CSP 6th of 6 teams
ASVEL   UNICS
2015–16 Limoges CSP 5th of 6 teams
SIG 6th of 6 teams
2016–17
2017–18

French clubs in FIBA Saporta Cup (2nd tier)Edit

Season to seasonEdit

Year Team _______ Earlier stage _______ ___________ Last 48 ___________ ________ Last 24 to 32 ________ ________ Last 12 to 16 ________ _________ Last 6 to 8 _________ _________ Semifinals _________ ____________ Final ____________
1966–67 Nantes   Ignis Varese
1967–68 ASVEL   Landlust   Fenerbahçe   Ignis Varese
1968–69 Stade Auto Lyon   Levski-Spartak
1969–70 JA Vichy   Etzella   Levski-Spartak   Standard Liège   AEK   Fides Napoli  
1970–71 JA Vichy   Porto   Balkan Botevgrad
1971–72 Denain Voltaire   Maccabi Haifa   Racing Bell Mechelen
1972–73 Olympique Antibes   Csepel   Juventud Schweppes
1973–74 Alsace de Bagnolet   Śląsk Wrocław   Crvena zvezda
1974–75 Moderne   Embassy All-Stars 4th of 4 teams
1975–76 ASPO Tours   Partizani Tirana 2nd of 4 teams   Estudiantes Monteverde   Cinzano Milano  
1976–77 ASVEL   Embassy All-Stars   Trend Wien 4th of 4 teams
1977–78 Caen   Partizani Tirana 2nd of 4 teams   Sinudyne Bologna
1978–79 ASVEL 3rd of 4 teams
1979–80 Caen   KR Reykjavík   KFUM Uppsala 4th of 4 teams
1980–81 Moderne   Union Récréation Alexandria   Doncaster Panthers 3rd of 4 teams
1981–82 Moderne   Korrugal Norrköpings   Hapoel Ramat Gan
1982–83 ASVEL   Solna IF 1st of 4 teams   Nashua EBBC   Scavolini Pesaro  
1983–84 Monaco   Hageby   Saturn Köln
1984–85 ASVEL   Maccabi Brussels   Alvik 2nd of 4 teams   Žalgiris
1985–86 Stade Français   Chemosvit 3rd of 4 teams
1986–87 ASVEL   Soleuvre   Hapoel Holon 2nd of 4 teams   Cibona
1987–88 Limoges CSP   Uudenkaupungin Urheilijat 1st of 4 teams   Scavolini Pesaro   Ram Joventut  
1988–89 Pitch Cholet   Miniware Weert 4th of 4 teams
1989–90 Mulhouse   Bayer 04 Leverkusen 4th of 4 teams
1990–91 Pitch Cholet   Uppsala 2nd of 4 teams   CAI Zaragoza
1991–92 Limoges CSP   Etzella   KTP 3rd of 6 teams
Pau-Orthez   Universitatea Cluj Bye 3rd of 6 teams
1992–93 Pitch Cholet   T71 Dudelange   Ovarense 5th of 6 teams
1993–94 Pitch Cholet   Go Pass Verviers-Pepinster   Uudenkaupungin Urheilijat 1st of 6 teams Bye   Taugrés
1994–95 SIG   Universitatea Cluj   Fidefinanz Bellinzona
Olympique Antibes   Zagreb 1st of 6 teams Bye   Benetton Treviso
1995–96 Limoges CSP   Porto   Dendi 3rd of 6 teams
1996–97 Olympique Antibes 3rd of 6 teams   Rīgas ASK
PSG Racing 2nd of 6 teams   Benfica   Žalgiris   Türk Telekom PTT   Real Madrid Teka
1997–98 ASVEL 2nd of 6 teams   FMP   Festina Joventut   Stefanel Milano
Le Mans Sarthe 1st of 6 teams   Torpan Pojat
1998–99 Cholet 1st of 6 teams   Estrelas da Avenida   Pivovarna Laško
Limoges CSP 2nd of 6 teams   Spirou
1999–00 Élan Chalon 3rd of 6 teams   Hoop Pekaes   Pamesa Valencia
PSG Racing 1st of 6 teams   Ricoh Astronauts   Zadar
2000–01 Racing Paris 5th of 6 teams
Élan Chalon 3rd of 6 teams   Porto   Anwil Włocławek   Pamesa Valencia   Maroussi  
2001–02 Le Mans Sarthe 5th of 6 teams
SIG 4th of 6 teams   Montepaschi Siena

French clubs in FIBA Korać Cup (3rd tier)Edit

Season to seasonEdit

Year Team _______ Earlier stage _______ ________ Last 64 to 48 ________ ________ Last 24 to 32 ________ ________ Last 12 to 16 ________ _________ Last 6 to 8 _________ _________ Semifinals _________ ____________ Final ____________
1972
Olympique Antibes   Manresa La Casera   OKK Beograd
Caen   Lokomotiva
1973
Denain Voltaire 2nd of 3 teams
Berck 2nd of 3 teams
1973–74
Denain Voltaire   Jugoplastika
Olympique Antibes   Kas Vitoria 3rd of 3 teams
ASVEL   EBBC   Carad 1st of 3 teams Bye   Forst Cantù
1974–75
JA Vichy   Wolfenbüttel Withdrawal †
ASVEL   Nationale-Nederlanden Donar 2nd of 4 teams
ASPO Tours   1.FC Bamberg 3rd of 4 teams
Chorale Mulsant   Sunair Oostende
Olympique Antibes   YMCA España 4th of 4 teams
Denain Voltaire   Pineda de Mar   Innocenti Milano
Monaco   Levi's Flamingo's   Hapoel Ramat Gan 4th of 4 teams
Caen   Partizan
1975–76
Moderne   PAOK 2nd of 4 teams
Olympique Antibes 4th of 4 teams
Caen   Bavi Astroturf   Chinamartini Torino
Berck   Doncaster Panthers 2nd of 4 teams
1976–77
Caen   SSV Hagen 2nd of 3 teams
Moderne   Hapoel Tel Aviv
Berck   Gießen 46ers 1st of 3 teams Bye   Alco Bologna
ESM Challans   Cannon Venezia
1977–78
Moderne   Aris 2nd of 4 teams
Nice   Hapoel Gvat/Yagur 2nd of 4 teams
Berck   Askatuak 2nd of 4 teams
Orthez   Juventud Freixenet
1978–79
Caen   Areslux Granollers 2nd of 4 teams
Olympique Antibes   Askatuak 4th of 4 teams
Orthez   Ginásio Figueirense   Panathinaikos 4th of 4 teams
ESM Challans   T71 Dudelange   Cotonificio
1979–80
ASPO Tours   Nyon 4th of 4 teams
Orthez   Jollycolombani Forlì 3rd of 4 teams
Mulhouse   Team Fiat Stars
1980–81
ASVEL 4th of 4 teams
Stade Français   Sparta Bertrange   Zbrojovka Brno
Caen   Partizan
Orthez   Inmobanco 2nd of 4 teams
1981–82
Tours   OAR Ferrol 3rd of 4 teams
Orthez   Anderlecht 3rd of 4 teams
Limoges CSP   T71 Dudelange   Aris 1st of 4 teams Bye   Zadar   Šibenka  
Avignon   Acqua Fabia Rieti
1982–83
Limoges CSP 1st of 4 teams Bye   Dynamo Moscow   Šibenka  
Orthez   Amicale Steinsel   Nyon 2nd of 4 teams
Monaco   OAR Ferrol   Latte Sole Bologna 2nd of 4 teams
Tours   Frisa Kortrijk   Elmex Leiden 3rd of 4 teams
1983–84
Moderne 2nd of 4 teams
Olympique Antibes   Assubel Mariembourg 1st of 4 teams Bye   Orthez
Orthez   AEK 1st of 4 teams Bye   Olympique Antibes   Crvena zvezda  
Tours   İTÜ 2nd of 4 teams
1984–85
Olympique Antibes   Licor 43
Moderne   Assubel Mariembourg 4th of 4 teams
Stade Français   Sparta Bertrange   Hapoel Ramat Gan 3rd of 4 teams
Orthez 2nd of 4 teams
1985–86
ASVEL   Monthey   Caja Alava 3rd of 4 teams
Olympique Antibes   Hapoel Holon   SSV Hagen 1st of 4 teams Bye   Banco di Roma Virtus
Orthez 2nd of 4 teams
ESM Challans   Spirale Herstal   AEK 4th of 4 teams
1986–87
Limoges CSP 1st of 4 teams Bye   CAI Zaragoza   FC Barcelona  
ESM Challans   Videoton 3rd of 4 teams
Olympique Antibes   Gin MG Sarriá 3rd of 4 teams
Avignon   Athleta Juvenis   Estudiantes Caja Postal
1987–88
Monaco   Gießen 46ers   Efes Pilsen 3rd of 4 teams
Racing Club de France   Maccabi Brussels   Divarese Varese 2nd of 4 teams
ASVEL   Maccabi Haifa 2nd of 4 teams
Olympique Antibes   SMB Lausanne   PAOK
1988–89
Racing Club de France   Bayer 04 Leverkusen   Direktbank Den Helder
Orthez   Bellinzona   Spartak Pleven 3rd of 4 teams
ASVEL   PAOK
Nantes   Assubel Mariembourg
1989–90
Pitch Cholet   Achilleas Kaimakli   Tungsram 1st of 4 teams   Scavolini Pesaro
Pau-Orthez   Fribourg Olympic   KR Reykjavík 4th of 4 teams
Montpellier   ZTE   Phonola Caserta
Monaco   Oldham Celtics   CAI Zaragoza
1990–91
Olympique Antibes   Beira-Mar   Panathinaikos
Pau-Orthez   Sunair Oostende
Mulhouse   Solna IF   Efes Pilsen 2nd of 4 teams   Zadar   Shampoo Clear Cantù
Gravelines   Nashua EBBC   Estudiantes Caja Postal
1991–92
Pitch Cholet   Budivelnyk 2nd of 4 teams   Scavolini Pesaro
Saint-Quentin   Panathinaikos
Racing Club de France   Saab Uudenkaupungin Urheilijat   Bobcat Gent 2nd of 4 teams   il Messaggero Roma
Reims Champagne   Ovarense   il Messaggero Roma
1992–93
Gravelines   Maccabi Haifa   Fyrogenis AEK 4th of 4 teams
Olympique Antibes   Çukurova Üniversitesi   MOL Szolnoki Olajbányász 3rd of 4 teams
ASVEL   Spirou Charleroi
CRO Lyon   Valur   EnBW Ludwigsburg
1993–94
Olympique Antibes   Tonak Nový Jičín   Lech Poznań 1st of 4 teams   Recoaro Milano
Gravelines   TIIT Kharkov
PSG Racing   ZTE   Nikas Peristeri
JDA Dijon   Haukar   Pfizer Reggio Calabria
1994–95
Pitch Cholet   Montan Kapfenberg   PTT 4th of 4 teams
Pau-Orthez   Šibenik 1st of 4 teams   Ülker   Stefanel Milano
JDA Dijon   Sparta Bertrange   Zrinjevac   Alba Berlin
PSG Racing   Beira-Mar   Ülker
1995–96
Pitch Cholet   Alita   Soulis Sporting
JDA Dijon   CSA Sparta Praha   Oliveirense   Fenerbahçe
PSG Racing   Haribo London Towers
ASVEL   Manchester Giants   Hapoel Tel Aviv   Bavaria Wolltex 1st of 4 teams   Alba Berlin   Stefanel Milano
1996–97
Levallois 3rd of 4 teams
JDA Dijon 2nd of 4 teams   Benetton Treviso
SLUC Nancy 2nd of 4 teams   Taugrés
Montpellier 3rd of 4 teams
1997–98
Cholet 1st of 4 teams   TBB Trier   Varese Roosters   JDA Dijon   Crvena zvezda
Montpellier 2nd of 4 teams   Hapoel Galil Elyon
SLUC Nancy 1st of 4 teams   Kombassan Konya
JDA Dijon 2nd of 4 teams   Dendi Basket   Stal Bobrek Bytom   Cholet
1998–99
PSG Racing 3rd of 4 teams
JDA Dijon 1st of 4 teams   Ericsson Bobry Bytom   Apollon Patras   Panionios
Le Mans Sarthe 3rd of 4 teams
Besançon 3rd of 4 teams
1999–00
Le Mans Sarthe 4th of 4 teams
Limoges CSP 1st of 4 teams   UNICS   CSKA Kyiv   Türk Telekom   Casademont Girona   Unicaja  
SLUC Nancy 1st of 4 teams   CSKA Kyiv
Olympique Antibes 3rd of 4 teams
2000–01
Cholet   Bingoal Bree
SIG   Herzogtel Trier 3rd of 4 teams
Le Mans Sarthe   CAB Madeira 4th of 4 teams
JDA Dijon   Benetton Fribourg Olympic 2nd of 4 teams   Unicaja
2001–02
JDA Dijon   Etzella 2nd of 4 teams   Maccabi Ness Ra'anana   SLUC Nancy
SLUC Nancy   StadtSport Braunschweig 1st of 4 teams   Bayer Giants Leverkusen   JDA Dijon   Pivovarna Laško   Lokomotiv Mineralnye Vody  
Élan Chalon   Oliveirense 4th of 4 teams
Racing Paris   Euphony Liège 3rd of 4 teams

See alsoEdit

European basketball clubs in European and worldwide competitions from:

ReferencesEdit