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Greek basketball clubs in international competitions

Greek basketball clubs in European and worldwide competitions is the performance record of men's professional basketball clubs from Greece's top-tier level league, the Greek Basket League, in international competitions.

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HistoryEdit

Greek professional basketball clubs have played in European-wide competitions since the 1957–58 season, when Panellinios took part in the European top-tier level FIBA European Champions Cup (now called EuroLeague). Basketball was the first team sport in which Greek teams won a European-wide competition. AEK won the 2nd-tier level FIBA European Cup Winners' Cup in the 1967–68 season, when they beat Slavia VŠ Praha in the final that took place in Athens.[1]

Nevertheless, Greek basketball was actually mainly boosted following the gold medal-winning triumph at the 1987 EuroBasket and runners-up 1989 EuroBasket, by the senior men's Greek National Team. In the following decades, Greek teams have dominated in European-wide professional club basketball, winning many trophies in continental competitions. Greek basketball clubs have won eighteen European-wide titles in totality.[2][3]

Greek basketball clubs have also been runners-up in European continental-wide competition twelve times. Greek teams have won the European first-tier level competition, the EuroLeague, a total of nine times, with six EuroLeague championships being won by Panathinaikos and three EuroLeague championships being won by Olympiacos.[4] Four Greek teams have won a European-wide second-tier level competition, the Cup Winners' Cup/Saporta Cup.

The Greek clubs that have won second-tier level European-wide competitions are AEK (two times), PAOK, Aris, and Maroussi.[5] Three Greek teams have won a European-wide third-tier level cup, either the FIBA Korać Cup or the Basketball Champions League. Those clubs are Aris, PAOK and AEK.[6] Aris has also won a fourth-tier level European-wide competition once, as they won the FIBA EuroCup Challenge.

Overall, twenty-two Greek basketball clubs have participated in European-wide competitions. AEK, Aris, Iraklis Thessaloniki, Maroussi, Olympiacos, Panathinaikos, Panellinios, Panionios and PAOK have each played in all of the main top three different level tiers. Peristeri has played in competitions of the first and third level tiers. Apollon Patras and Ionikos Neas Filadelfeias have played in competitions of the second and third level tiers. Makedonikos has only played in competitions of the second tier level, and YMCA Thessaloniki, Sporting, Near East, Ionikos Nikaias, Papagou, Irakleio, Olympia Larissa, Olympias Patras and Promitheas Patras BC have only played in competitions of the third level tier.

The finalsEdit

European-wide competitionsEdit

Season Champion Result Runner-up Date Venue
FIBA European Champions Cup & EuroLeague (1st tier)
1993–94
7up Joventut   59–57   Olympiacos 21/04/1994 Yad Eliyahu Arena, Tel Aviv
1994–95
Real Madrid Teka   73–61   Olympiacos 13/04/1995 Pabellón Príncipe Felipe, Zaragoza
1995–96
Panathinaikos   67–66   FC Barcelona 11/04/1996 Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris
1996–97
Olympiacos   73–58   FC Barcelona 24/04/1997 Palaeur, Rome
1997–98
Kinder Bologna   58–44   AEK 23/04/1998 Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona
1999–00
Panathinaikos   73–67   Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 20/04/2000 P.A.O.K. Sports Arena, Thessaloniki
2000–01
Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv   81–67   Panathinaikos 13/05/2001 Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris
2001–02
Panathinaikos   89–83   Kinder Bologna 05/05/2002 PalaMalaguti, Casalecchio di Reno
2006–07
Panathinaikos   93–91   CSKA Moscow 06/05/2007 O.A.K.A. Indoor Hall, Athens
2008–09
Panathinaikos   73–71   CSKA Moscow 03/05/2009 O2 World, Berlin
2009–10
Regal FC Barcelona   86–68   Olympiacos 09/05/2010 Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris
2010–11
Panathinaikos   78–70   Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv 08/05/2011 Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona
2011–12
Olympiacos   62–61   CSKA Moscow 13/05/2012 Sinan Erdem Dome, Istanbul
2012–13
Olympiacos   100–88   Real Madrid 12/05/2013 The O2 Arena, London
2014–15
Real Madrid   78–59   Olympiacos 17/05/2015 Barclaycard Center, Madrid
2016–17
Fenerbahçe   80–64   Olympiacos 21/05/2017 Sinan Erdem Dome, Istanbul
FIBA European Cup Winners' Cup & Saporta Cup (2nd tier)
1967–68
AEK   89–82   Slavia VŠ Praha 04/04/1968 Panathenaic Kalimarmaro Stadium, Athens
1990–91
PAOK   76–72   CAI Zaragoza 26/03/1991 Patinoire de Vernets, Geneva
1991–92
Real Madrid Asegurator   65–63   PAOK 17/03/1992 Palais des Sports de Beaulieu, Nantes
1992–93
Sato Aris   50–48   Efes Pilsen 16/03/1993 PalaRuffini, Turin
1995–96
Taugrés   88–81   PAOK 12/03/1996 Pabellón Araba, Vitoria-Gasteiz
1999–00
AEK   83–76   Kinder Bologna 11/04/2000 Centre Intercommunal de Glace de Malley, Lausanne
2000–01
Maroussi   74–72   Élan Chalon 17/04/2001 Hala Torwar, Warsaw
EuroCup Basketball (2nd tier)
2004–05
Lietuvos rytas   78–74   Makedonikos 19/04/2005 Spiroudome, Charleroi
2005–06
Dynamo Moscow   73–60   Aris TT Bank 11/04/2006 Spiroudome, Charleroi
Basketball Champions League (2nd tier)
2017–18
AEK   100–94   Monaco 04/05/2018 Nikos Galis Olympic Indoor Hall, Athens
FIBA Korać Cup (3rd tier)
1993–94
PAOK Bravo   175–156 (two-leg)   Stefanel Trieste 09 & 16/03/1994 Alexandreio Melathron, Thessaloniki PalaTrieste, Trieste
1996–97
Aris   154–147 (two-leg)   Tofaş 26/03 & 03/04/1997 Alexandreio Melathron, Thessaloniki Bursa Atatürk Spor Salonu, Bursa
FIBA EuroChallenge (3rd tier)
2003–04
UNICS   87–63   Maroussi TIM 24/04/2004 Basket-Hall Kazan, Kazan
FIBA EuroCup Challenge (4th tier)
2002–03
Aris   84–83   Prokom Trefl Sopot 04/05/2003 Alexandreio Melathron, Thessaloniki

World-wide competitionsEdit

FIBA Intercontinental Cup
Season Champion Result Runner-up Date Venue
1996
Panathinaikos   2 – 1 Play-off   Olimpia 04, 10 & 12/09/1996 Estadio Cubierto Newell's Old Boys, Rosario O.A.K.A. Indoor Hall, Athens
2013
Olympiacos   167–139 (two-leg)   Pinheiros Sky 04 & 06/10/2013 Ginásio José Corrêa, Barueri, São Paulo
Season Champion Results Teams Final Four Venue
2019
AEK   86–70  Flamengo FINAL-17/2/2019 Carioca Arena 1, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
86–64  San Lorenzo Semifinal-15/2
McDonald's Championship
Season Champion Result Runner-up Date Venue
1997
Chicago Bulls   104–78 Olympiacos

 

18/10/1997 Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris

Greek clubs in EuroLeague (first-tier) 1958 - todayEdit

AchievementsEdit

EuroLeague
Rank Club     SF QF
1. Panathinaikos 6 1 6 7
2. Olympiacos 3 5 3 8
3. AEK 0 1 2 1
4. Aris 0 0 3 1
5. PAOK 0 0 1 0

AppearancesEdit

Rank Club Appearances Years
1.
Panathinaikos
39
1962, 1963, 1968, 1970, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001†, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
2.
Olympiacos
30
1961, 1977, 1979, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
3.
AEK
14
1959, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1969, 1971, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
4.
Aris
11
1980, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2007, 2008
5.
PAOK
7
1960, 1993, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001
6.
Iraklis
2
1996, 2001†
7.
Panionios
2
1997, 2009
8.
Peristeri
2
2001, 2002
9.
Panellinios
1
1958
10.
Maroussi
1
2010

Season to seasonEdit

Year Team _______ Earlier stage _______ ________ Last 24 to 32 ________ ________ Last 12 to 16 ________ _________ Last 6 to 8 _________ _________ Semifinals _________ ____________ Final ____________
1958
Panellinios   CCA București
1958–59 AEK   OKK Beograd
1959–60 PAOK   CCA București
1960–61 Olympiacos   Galatasaray
1961–62 Panathinaikos   Hapoel Tel Aviv
1962–63 Panathinaikos   Real Madrid
1963–64 AEK   Galatasaray
1964–65 AEK   Maccabi Tel Aviv   Antwerpse   OKK Beograd
1965–66 AEK   Wydad Casablanca 2nd of 4 teams   Slavia VŠ Praha   CSKA Moscow (4th)
1966–67 AEK   ASVEL
1967–68 Panathinaikos   Steaua București   Zadar
1968–69 AEK   Lourenço Marques   Academic
1969–70 Panathinaikos   Crvena zvezda
1970–71 AEK   Fath Union Sport   Olympique Antibes
1971–72 Panathinaikos   Amicale Steinsel   Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 2nd of 4 teams   Ignis Varese
1972–73 Panathinaikos   Academic
1973–74 Panathinaikos   Wybrzeże Gdańsk   Berck
1974–75 Panathinaikos   Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv
1975–76 Panathinaikos   Turun NMKY
1976–77 Olympiacos 4th of 4 teams
1977–78 Panathinaikos 2nd of 4 teams
1978–79 Olympiacos 1st of 4 teams Bye 6th of 6 teams
1979–80 Aris 3rd of 4 teams
1980–81 Panathinaikos 3rd of 4 teams
1981–82 Panathinaikos 1st of 4 teams Bye 6th of 6 teams
1982–83 Panathinaikos   Moderne
1983–84 Aris   AEL Limassol   ASC 1846 Göttingen   Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv
1984–85 Panathinaikos   Lech Poznań   Granarolo Bologna
1985–86 Aris   Partizani Tirana   Bayer 04 Leverkusen   Limoges CSP
1986–87 Aris   Sunair Oostende   Tracer Milano
1987–88 Aris   Pully 2nd of 8 teams   Tracer Milano   Partizan (4th)
1988–89 Aris   AEL Limassol   Södertälje 4th of 8 teams   Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv   FC Barcelona  
1989–90 Aris   Balkan Botevgrad 4th of 8 teams   FC Barcelona   Limoges CSP (4th)
1990–91 Aris   Uudenkaupungin Urheilijat 5th of 8 teams
1991–92 Aris   Partizani Tirana   Śląsk Wrocław 7th of 8 teams
1992–93 PAOK   Pezoporikos Larnaca   Crvena zvezda 1st of 8 teams   Pau-Orthez   Benetton Treviso   Real Madrid Teka  
Olympiacos   Smelt Olimpija 3rd of 8 teams   Limoges CSP
1993–94 Olympiacos 1st of 8 teams   Buckler Beer Bologna   Panathinaikos   7up Joventut  
Panathinaikos   Levski Sofia 2nd of 8 teams   Limoges CSP   Olympiacos   Banca Catalana FC Barcelona  
1994–95 Olympiacos 2nd of 8 teams   CSKA Moscow   Panathinaikos   Real Madrid Teka  
PAOK Bravo   Hapoel Tel Aviv 6th of 8 teams
Panathinaikos   Inpromservis Kyiv 1st of 8 teams   Buckler Beer Bologna   Olympiacos   Limoges CSP  
1995–96 Olympiacos 3rd of 8 teams   Real Madrid Teka
Panathinaikos   Žalgiris 3rd of 8 teams   Benetton Treviso   CSKA Moscow   Banca Catalana FC Barcelona  
Iraklis Aspis Pronoia   Hapoel Galil Elyon 8th of 8 teams
1996–97 Olympiacos 5th of 6 teams 3rd of 6 teams   Partizan   Panathinaikos   Smelt Olimpija   Banca Catalana FC Barcelona  
Panathinaikos 1st of 6 teams 1st of 6 teams   Limoges CSP   Olympiacos
Panionios Afisorama 6th of 6 teams 6th of 6 teams
1997–98 Olympiacos 1st of 6 teams 1st of 6 teams   Partizan
AEK 1st of 6 teams 1st of 6 teams   Split   Alba Berlin   Benetton Treviso   Kinder Bologna  
PAOK 3rd of 6 teams 3rd of 6 teams   Alba Berlin
1998–99 Panathinaikos 1st of 6 teams 1st of 6 teams   Teamsystem Bologna
PAOK 5th of 6 teams 5th of 6 teams
Olympiacos 1st of 6 teams 1st of 6 teams   Varese Roosters   ASVEL   Žalgiris   Teamsystem Bologna  
1999–00 Panathinaikos 1st of 6 teams 1st of 6 teams   Budućnost   Cibona   Efes Pilsen   Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv  
Olympiacos 2nd of 6 teams 3rd of 6 teams   Smelt Olimpija
PAOK 4th of 6 teams 4th of 6 teams   Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv
2000–01 Panathinaikos 1st of 10 teams   Krka   Alba Berlin   Efes Pilsen   Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv  
Iraklis Thessaloniki 4th of 10 teams   Alba Berlin
2000–01 PAOK 2nd of 6 teams   Union Olimpija
Olympiacos 1st of 6 teams   Müller Verona   Tau Cerámica
Peristeri 2nd of 6 teams   Tau Cerámica
AEK 2nd of 6 teams   Žalgiris   Benetton Treviso   Tau Cerámica
2001–02 Panathinaikos 1st of 8 teams 1st of 4 teams Bye   Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv   Kinder Bologna  
Olympiacos 3rd of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams
Peristeri 7th of 8 teams
AEK 2nd of 8 teams 3rd of 4 teams
2002–03 AEK 8th of 8 teams
Olympiacos 3rd of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams
Panathinaikos 1st of 8 teams 3rd of 4 teams
2003–04 Panathinaikos 5th of 8 teams 4th of 4 teams
AEK 6th of 8 teams
Olympiacos 5th of 8 teams 4th of 4 teams
2004–05 Panathinaikos 2nd of 8 teams 1st of 4 teams   Efes Pilsen   Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv   CSKA Moscow  
AEK 4th of 8 teams 3rd of 4 teams
Olympiacos 7th of 8 teams
2005–06 Panathinaikos 2nd of 8 teams 1st of 4 teams   Tau Cerámica
AEK 8th of 8 teams
Olympiacos 5th of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams   Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv
2006–07 Panathinaikos 1st of 8 teams 1st of 4 teams   Dynamo Moscow   Tau Cerámica   CSKA Moscow  
Olympiacos 3rd of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams   Tau Cerámica
Aris TT Bank 5th of 8 teams 4th of 4 teams
2007–08 Panathinaikos 1st of 8 teams 3rd of 4 teams
Olympiacos 5th of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams   CSKA Moscow
Aris TT Bank 5th of 8 teams 4th of 4 teams
2008–09 Panathinaikos 3rd of 6 teams 1st of 4 teams   Montepaschi Siena   Olympiacos   CSKA Moscow  
Olympiacos 2nd of 6 teams 1st of 4 teams   Real Madrid   Panathinaikos   Regal FC Barcelona (4th)
Panionios Forthnet 6th of 6 teams
2009–10 Panathinaikos 2nd of 6 teams 3rd of 4 teams
Olympiacos 1st of 6 teams 1st of 4 teams   Asseco Prokom Gdynia   Partizan   Regal FC Barcelona  
Maroussi   Alba Berlin 4th of 6 teams 4th of 4 teams
2010–11 Panathinaikos 1st of 6 teams 2nd of 4 teams   Regal FC Barcelona   Montepaschi Siena   Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv  
Olympiacos 1st of 6 teams 1st of 4 teams   Montepaschi Siena
2011–12 Panathinaikos 2nd of 6 teams 1st of 4 teams   Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv   CSKA Moscow   FC Barcelona Regal (4th)
Olympiacos 2nd of 6 teams 2nd of 4 teams   Montepaschi Siena   FC Barcelona Regal   CSKA Moscow  
2012–13 Olympiacos 2nd of 6 teams 2nd of 8 teams   Anadolu Efes   CSKA Moscow   Real Madrid  
Panathinaikos 3rd of 6 teams 4th of 8 teams   FC Barcelona Regal
2013–14 Panathinaikos 4th of 6 teams 4th of 8 teams   CSKA Moscow
Olympiacos 1st of 6 teams 3rd of 8 teams   Real Madrid
2014–15 Panathinaikos 3rd of 6 teams 4th of 8 teams   CSKA Moscow
Olympiacos 1st of 6 teams 3rd of 8 teams   FC Barcelona   CSKA Moscow   Real Madrid  
2015–16 Olympiacos 1st of 6 teams 7th of 8 teams
Panathinaikos 3rd of 6 teams 3rd of 8 teams   Laboral Kutxa
2016–17 Olympiacos 3rd of 16 teams   Anadolu Efes   CSKA Moscow   Fenerbahçe  
Panathinaikos Superfoods 4th of 16 teams   Fenerbahçe
2017–18 Panathinaikos Superfoods 4th of 16 teams   Real Madrid
Olympiacos 3rd of 16 teams   Žalgiris
2018–19 Panathinaikos OPAP 6th of 16 teams   Real Madrid
Olympiacos 9th of 16 teams

Greek clubs in FIBA Saporta Cup (second-tier) 1966/67 - 2001/02Edit

AchievementsEdit

FIBA Saporta Cup
Rank Club     SF QF
1. AEK 2 0 1 2
2. PAOK 1 2 1 1
3. Aris 1 0 2 0
4. Maroussi 1 0 0 0
5. Panathinaikos 0 0 2 2
6. Iraklis 0 0 2 1
7. Olympiacos 0 0 0 1
8. Panionios 0 0 0 1

AppearancesEdit

Rank Club Appearances Years
1.
AEK
9
1968, 1970, 1972, 1975, 1977, 1982, 1989, 1999, 2000
2.
Panathinaikos
7
1969, 1971, 1980, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1998
3.
PAOK
6
1983, 1985, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1996
4.
Aris
5
1967, 1993, 1994, 1999, 2001
5.
Olympiacos
5
1973, 1974, 1976, 1978, 1981
6.
Iraklis
4
1995, 1997, 2000, 2002
7.
Panionios
2
1992, 2002
8.
Apollon Patras
2
1997, 1998
9.
Panellinios
1
1988
10.
Maroussi
1
2001

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 Aris   Maccabi Tel Aviv
1967–68 AEK   Kas Vitoria   Royal IV   Ignis Varese   Slavia VŠ Praha  
1968–69 Panathinaikos   Handeslministerium   Benfica   Fides Napoli   Dinamo Tbilisi
1969–70 AEK   Soproni MAFC   Juventud Nerva   JA Vichy
1970–71 Panathinaikos   VfL Osnabrück   Hapoel Tel Aviv
1971–72 AEK   Beşiktaş   Levski-Spartak 3rd of 3 teams
1972–73 Olympiacos   Raak Punch   Spartak ZJŠ Brno
1973–74 Olympiacos   Soproni MAFC   CSKA Septemvriisko zname
1974–75 AEK   Raak Punch   CSKA Septemvriisko zname
1975–76 Olympiacos   Hapoel Gvat/Yagur   Soma Wien 4th of 4 teams
1976–77 AEK   Slavia VŠ Praha
1977–78 Olympiacos   Hapoel Tel Aviv   Sinudyne Bologna
1978–79
1979–80 Panathinaikos   Union Récréation Alexandria   CSKA Sofia 3rd of 4 teams
1980–81 Olympiacos   Verviers-Pepinster
1981–82 AEK   Soproni MAFC   Parker Leiden
1982–83 PAOK   AEL Limassol   Hapoel Ramat Gan
1983–84 Panathinaikos   Levski-Spartak   Landys&Gyr Wien 3rd of 4 teams
1984–85 PAOK   Csepel   Bosna 4th of 4 teams
1985–86 Panathinaikos   Sparta Bertrange   Vevey
1986–87 Panathinaikos   Steiner Bayreuth
1987–88 Panellinios   Porto
1988–89 AEK   Pully 4th of 4 teams
1989–90 PAOK   Ovarense 2nd of 4 teams   Knorr Bologna
1990–91 PAOK   Sunderland Saints 2nd of 4 teams   Dynamo Moscow   CAI Zaragoza  
1991–92 Panionios   Slavia Sofia   Sparta Praha   Pezoporikos Larnaca 4th of 6 teams
PAOK   APOEL Bye 1st of 6 teams Bye   Smelt Olimpija   Real Madrid Asegurator  
1992–93 Sato Aris   RTI Minsk   Śląsk Wrocław 1st of 6 teams Bye   NatWest Zaragoza   Efes Pilsen  
1993–94 Sato Aris   APOEL   Hapoel Ramat Gan 2nd of 6 teams Bye   Smelt Olimpija
1994–95 Iraklis Aspis Pronoia   Marc-Körmend   Kovinotehna Savinjska Polzela 2nd of 6 teams Bye   Taugrés
1995–96 PAOK   PAEEK   Postojna   Budivelnyk 1st of 6 teams Bye   Žalgiris   Taugrés  
1996–97 Iraklis Thessaloniki 1st of 6 teams   Stavex Brno   TDK Manresa   Hapoel Jerusalem   Riello Mash Verona
Dexim Apollon Patras 1st of 6 teams   Zadar   Türk Telekom PTT
1997–98 Apollon Patras 2nd of 6 teams   Hapoel Eilat
Panathinaikos 1st of 6 teams   Bayer 04 Leverkusen   Hapoel Eilat   Śląsk Wrocław   Stefanel Milano
1998–99 Aris 1st of 6 teams   Lietuvos rytas   Ventspils   Pivovarna Laško   Pamesa Valencia
AEK 3rd of 6 teams   Budućnost
1999–00 AEK 1st of 6 teams   Kovinotehna Savinjska Polzela   Tau Cerámica   Iraklis Thessaloniki   Zadar   Kinder Bologna  
Iraklis Thessaloniki 1st of 6 teams   Norrköping Dolphins   Split CO   AEK
2000–01 Maroussi 2nd of 6 teams   Aris   Telekom Baskets Bonn   UNICS   Élan Chalon  
Aris 3rd of 6 teams   Maroussi
2001–02 Panionios 2nd of 6 teams   Türk Telekom   Anwil Włocławek
Iraklis Thessaloniki 2nd of 6 teams   UNICS

Greek clubs in EuroCup (second-tier) 2002/03 - todayEdit

AchievementsEdit

EuroCup
Rank Club     SF QF
1. Aris 0 1 0 1
2. Makedonikos 0 1 0 0
3. Panellinios 0 0 1 0
4. Maroussi 0 0 0 1
5. PAOK 0 0 0 1

AppearancesEdit

Rank Club Appearances Years
1.
Aris
7
2005, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2016
2.
PAOK
7
2005, 2007, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016
3.
Panionios
4
2006, 2008, 2013, 2014
4.
Panellinios
4
2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
5.
Makedonikos
2
2004, 2005
6.
Maroussi
2
2005, 2009
7.
AEK
2
2007, 2016
8.
Ionikos N.F.
1
2004

Season to seasonEdit

Year Team _______ Earlier stage _______ ___________ Last 48 ___________ ________ Last 24 to 32 ________ ________ Last 12 to 16 ________ _________ Last 6 to 8 _________ _________ Semifinals _________ ____________ Final ____________
2002–03
2003–04 Ionikos Egnatia Bank 6th of 6 teams
Makedonikos 2nd of 6 teams Bye   Caprabo Lleida
2004–05 Aris Egnatia Bank 3rd of 6 teams Bye   Lietuvos rytas
PAOK 1st of 6 teams Bye   Cholet   Lietuvos rytas
Maroussi Honda 1st of 6 teams Bye   Deichmann Śląsk Wrocław   Makedonikos
Makedonikos 1st of 6 teams Bye   Castigroup Varese   Maroussi Honda   Hemofarm   Lietuvos rytas  
2005–06 Panionios Forthnet 4th of 6 teams   Aris TT Bank
Aris TT Bank 1st of 6 teams   Panionios Forthnet   Adecco ASVEL   Hemofarm   Dynamo Moscow  
2006–07 AEK 6th of 6 teams
PAOK 4th of 6 teams   Montepaschi Siena
2007–08 Panionios Forthnet 3rd of 6 teams   Pamesa Valencia
Panellinios 6th of 6 teams
2008–09 Maroussi Costa Coffee 1st of 4 teams 3rd of 4 teams
Aris 3rd of 4 teams
Panellinios   Telekom Baskets Bonn   Kyiv 2nd of 4 teams 4th of 4 teams
2009–10 Aris 1st of 4 teams 2nd of 4 teams   Power Electronics Valencia
Panellinios   VEF Rīga 1st of 4 teams 2nd of 4 teams   Gran Canaria 2014   Power Electronics Valencia   Bizkaia Bilbao Basket (4th)
2010–11 Aris   Lukoil Academic 1st of 4 teams 4th of 4 teams
Panellinios 1st of 4 teams 3rd of 4 teams
PAOK 3rd of 4 teams
2011–12 Aris 2nd of 4 teams 4th of 4 teams
PAOK 4th of 4 teams
2012–13 Panionios 4th of 4 teams
2013–14 Panionios 2nd of 6 teams 4th of 4 teams
PAOK 4th of 6 teams
2014–15 PAOK 2nd of 6 teams 4th of 4 teams
2015–16 PAOK 3rd of 6 teams 4th of 4 teams
Aris 1st of 6 teams 3rd of 4 teams
AEK 5th of 6 teams
2016–17
2017–18

Greek clubs in Basketball Champions League (second-tier) 2016/17 - todayEdit

AchievementsEdit

FIBA Champions League
Rank Club     SF QF
1. AEK 1 0 0 1

AppearancesEdit

Rank Club Appearances Years
1.
AEK
3
2017, 2018, 2019
2.
PAOK
3
2017, 2018, 2019
3.
Aris
2
2017, 2018
4.
Promitheas Patras BC
1
2019

Season to seasonEdit

Year Team ___________ Last 40 ___________ ___________ Last 32 ___________ ___________ Last 16 ___________ ___________ Last 8 ___________ _________ Semifinals _________ ____________ Final ____________
2016–17 AEK 2nd of 8 teams   Juventus   Monaco
PAOK 4th of 8 teams   Partizan NIS   Iberostar Tenerife
Aris 4th of 8 teams   SIG Strasbourg   ASVEL
2017–18 AEK 3rd of 8 teams   ČEZ Nymburk   SIG Strasbourg   UCAM Murcia   Monaco  
PAOK 3rd of 8 teams   Pınar Karşıyaka
Aris 8th of 8 teams
2018–19 AEK 1st of 8 teams   PAOK  Bamberg
PAOK 4th of 8 teams   AEK
Promitheas Patras BC 4th of 8 teams   Iberostar Tenerife

Greek clubs in FIBA Korać Cup (third-tier) 1972 - 2001/02Edit

AchievementsEdit

FIBA Korać Cup
Rank Club     SF QF
1. Aris 1 0 1 1
2. PAOK 1 0 0 0
3. Panionios 0 0 2 3
4. Maroussi 0 0 1 1
5. Peristeri 0 0 0 3

AppearancesEdit

Rank Club Appearances Years
1.
Panionios
16
1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1999
2.
AEK
14
1974, 1976, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996
3.
Aris
12
1975, 1977, 1978, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000
4.
PAOK
11
1975, 1976, 1982, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1994, 1997, 2002
5.
Iraklis
10
1977, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993
6.
Panathinaikos
7
1977, 1979, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992
7.
Peristeri
7
1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999
8.
Olympiacos
6
1980, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1987, 1989
9.
Panellinios
5
1975, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1981
10.
Sporting
4
1980, 1981, 1996, 1997
11.
HAN Thessaloniki
3
1973, 1974, 1975
12.
Maroussi
3
1979, 2000, 2002
13.
Apollon Patras
3
1987, 1990, 1999
14.
Ionikos Nikaias
2
1980, 1985
14.
Papagou
2
1998, 1999
16.
Near East
2
2000, 2001
17.
Irakleio
1
1999

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
1973
YMCA Thessaloniki 3rd of 3 teams
1973–74 AEK   Hapoel Tel Aviv   Standard Liège 3rd of 3 teams
YMCA Thessaloniki   Soma Wien   Partizan
1974–75 Aris   Levski-Spartak
PAOK   Bosna
YMCA Thessaloniki   Wolfenbüttel
Panellinios   Sunair Oostende
1975–76 AEK   Hapoel Tel Aviv
PAOK   Moderne
Panionios   Éveil Monceau
Panellinios   Jugoplastika
1976–77 Aris   IBP Stella Azzurra
Panathinaikos   Standard Liège
Iraklis Thessaloniki   Bosna
Panionios   Alco Bologna
1977–78 Panionios   Resovia Rzeszów
Aris   Moderne
Panellinios   Scavolini Pesaro
AEK   1.FC Bamberg 4th of 4 teams
1978–79 Panathinaikos   Orthez
Panellinios   Verviers-Pepinster
Panionios   Pully
Maroussi   Milde Sorte Wien
1979–80 Olympiacos 2nd of 4 teams
AEK   Wolfenbüttel
Sporting   Bayreuth
Ionikos Nikaias   Nyon
1980–81 Aris   Vasas 4th of 4 teams
Sporting   Crvena zvezda
AEK   Standard Liège
Panellinios   Hapoel Haifa
1981–82 Olympiacos   Maes Pils
Aris   Limoges CSP
Iraklis Thessaloniki   Latte Sole Bologna
PAOK   Stock 84 Wels   Zadar
1982–83 Aris   Hapoel Jerusalem   Banco di Roma Virtus
Iraklis Thessaloniki   Carrera Venezia
AEK   Latte Sole Bologna
Olympiacos   Elmex Leiden
1983–84 PAOK   Toptours Aarschot 4th of 4 teams
AEK   Soleuvre   Orthez
Olympiacos   CAI Zaragoza
Iraklis Thessaloniki   Giants Osnabrück
1984–85 Aris   Levski-Spartak   Zadar 1st of 4 teams Bye   Ciaocrem Varese
Panionios   Keravnos   Ciaocrem Varese
AEK   Clesa Ferrol
Ionikos Nikaias   Hapoel Haifa
1985–86 PAOK   Levski-Spartak   Standard Liège 4th of 4 teams
Panionios   Renault Gent   Zadar
Iraklis Thessaloniki   Spartak Pleven
AEK   MAFC   ESM Challans
1986–87 Olympiacos   Assubel Mariembourg
Panionios   AEL Limassol   Berloni Torino
PAOK   CSKA Sofia   Partizan
Apollon Patras   Hapoel Tel Aviv
1987–88 Panionios   Manchester United
PAOK   Olympique Antibes 4th of 4 teams
Panathinaikos   Hapoel Haifa
Iraklis Thessaloniki   Spartak Pleven   Estudiantes Todagrés
1988–89 PAOK   ASVEL   Crvena zvezda
Panionios   Smelt Olimpija
Panathinaikos   Hapoel Holon   Divarese Varese
Olympiacos   Górnik Wałbrzych   Dinamo Tbilisi 4th of 4 teams
1989–90 Panathinaikos   Hapoel Holon
Panionios   Pezoporikos Larnaca   TTL Bamberg 2nd of 4 teams   CSKA Moscow
Iraklis Thessaloniki   Crvena zvezda   Paşabahçe 4th of 4 teams
Apollon Patras   Hapoel Tel Aviv
1990–91 Panionios   Universitatea Cluj   Panasonic Reggio Calabria 3rd of 4 teams
Iraklis Thessaloniki   EnBW Ludwigsburg   VEF Rīga 4th of 4 teams
Panathinaikos   Sparta Praha   Olympique Antibes 3rd of 4 teams
AEK   Alvik   Phonola Caserta
1991–92 Iraklis Thessaloniki   Baník Handlová   Collado Villalba 4th of 4 teams
AEK   Videoton 3rd of 4 teams
Nikas Peristeri   Toshiba Klosterneuburg   Bosna 4th of 4 teams
Panathinaikos   Saint-Quentin   Vojvodina 4th of 4 teams
1992–93 Fyrogenis AEK   Sparta Praha   Gravelines
Chipita Panionios   Levski Sofia   Nová huť ANES Ostrava 2nd of 4 teams   Philips Milano
Replay Iraklis   Keravnos   VEF Adazhi Interlatvia Rīga 3rd of 4 teams
Nikas Peristeri   APOEL   Stroitel Kharkov 3rd of 4 teams
1993–94 PAOK Bravo   Stroitel Samara 1st of 4 teams   Scavolini Pesaro   Chipita Panionios   Stefanel Trieste  
Chipita Panionios   Slovenica Koper   Pezoporikos Larnaca 2nd of 4 teams   Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv   PAOK Bravo
AEK   Keravnos   Hapoel Jerusalem
Nikas Peristeri   Spirou Charleroi   PSG Racing 2nd of 4 teams   Stefanel Trieste
1994–95 Chipita Panionios   Policijos Akademija   Maccabi Rishon LeZion 1st of 4 teams   Stefanel Milano
Nikas Peristeri   MOL Szolnok   CSK VVS Samara 4th of 4 teams
Aris Intersalonika   Polonia Warsawa   Dynamo Moscow
1995–96 Panionios Afisorama   Steiner Bayreuth   Borovica 3rd of 4 teams
Aris Moda bagno   MOL Szolnok   Stal Bobrek Bytom 3rd of 4 teams
Soulis Sporting   AEK Larnaca   Dexia Mons-Hainaut   Pitch Cholet 4th of 4 teams
AEK   Einkaufswelt Fürstenfeld   Šilutė 4th of 4 teams
1996–97 PAOK 1st of 4 teams   Crvena zvezda   Benetton Treviso
Aris 1st of 4 teams   Beşiktaş   Beobanka   Nikas Peristeri   Benetton Treviso   Tofaş  
Soulis Sporting 1st of 4 teams   Maccabi Rishon LeZion   Telemarket Roma
Nikas Peristeri 1st of 4 teams   Cagiva Varese   Taugrés   Aris
1997–98 Nikas Peristeri 2nd of 4 teams   León Caja España   Budućnost   Riello Mash Verona
Aris Moda bagno 1st of 4 teams   TDK Manresa   Ventspils   Calze Pompea Roma
Sporting 4th of 4 teams
Papagou Katselis 2nd of 4 teams   TTL UniVersa Bamberg   Kombassan Konya
1998–99 Panionios 1st of 4 teams   Zucchetti Reggiana   Radnički Belgrade   JDA Dijon   FC Barcelona
Apollon Patras 2nd of 4 teams   Maccabi Rishon LeZion   JDA Dijon
Iraklio Minoan Lines 2nd of 4 teams   Arsenal Tula
Papagou 2nd of 4 teams   Šiauliai
1999–00 Aris 1st of 3 teams   Sunair Oostende   Türk Telekom
Maroussi 2nd of 4 teams   Magic M7   Hapoel Galil Elyon   Unicaja
Near East 2nd of 3 teams   Nikas Peristeri
Nikas Peristeri 1st of 4 teams   Near East   Adecco Estudiantes
2000–01 Near East   Achilleas Kaimakli 1st of 4 teams   Telit Trieste
2001–02 Maroussi Telestet   Feal Široki 1st of 4 teams   Hemofarm   Jabones Pardo Fuenlabrada   Lokomotiv Mineralnye Vody
PAOK   Apollon Limassol 3rd of 4 teams

Greek clubs in FIBA EuroChallenge (third-tier) 2003/04 - 2014/15Edit

AchievementsEdit

FIBA EuroChallenge
Rank Club     SF QF
1. Maroussi 0 1 0 1
2. Panionios 0 0 0 1

AppearancesEdit

Rank Club Appearances Years
1.
Maroussi
4
2004, 2006, 2007, 2008
2.
Olympia Larissa
3
2005, 2008, 2009
3.
PAOK
2
2006, 2008
4.
Aris
1
2004
5.
Peristeri
1
2004
6.
Ionikos N.F.
1
2005
7.
Iraklis
1
2005
8.
Panionios
1
2007
9.
AEK
1
2008
10.
Olympias Patras
1
2008

Season to seasonEdit

Year Team Progress Opponents
2003–04 Maroussi TIM Finalist   UNICS
Aris Quarter-finals   Maroussi TIM
Peristeri Regular season Group
2004–05 Ionikos N.F. Regular season Group
Iraklis Regular season Group
Olympia Larissa Regular season Group
2005–06 Maroussi Quarter-finals   Dynamo Saint Petersburg
PAOK Regular season Group
2006–07 Maroussi Top 16 Group
Panionios Quarter-finals   Akasvayu Girona
2007–08 PAOK Regular season Group
Olympia Larissa Regular season Group
Maroussi Elimination round 2   Spartak Saint Petersburg
AEK Elimination round 2   Cholet
Olympias Patras Elimination round 2   Ural Great Perm
2008–09 Olympia Larissa Regular season Group
2009–10
2010–11
2011–12
2012–13
2013–14
2014–15

See alsoEdit

European basketball clubs in European and worldwide competitions:

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