Soviet basketball clubs in international competitions

Soviet basketball clubs in European and worldwide competitions is the performance record of men's professional basketball clubs from the former Soviet Union's top-tier level league, the USSR Premier League, in international competitions.

The finalsEdit

Season Champion Result Runner-up Date Venue
FIBA European Champions Cup & EuroLeague (1st tier)
1958
Rīgas ASK   170–152 (two-leg)   Academic 06 & 19/07/1958 Daugava Stadion, Riga Vasil Levski National Stadium, Sofia
1958–59
Rīgas ASK   148–125 (two-leg)   Academic 22 & 28/06/1959 Daugava Stadion, Riga Vasil Levski National Stadium, Sofia
1959–60
Rīgas ASK   130–113 (two-leg)   Dinamo Tbilisi 10 & 15/05/1960 Dinamo Stadion, Tbilisi Daugava Stadion, Riga
1960–61
CSKA Moscow   148–128 (two-leg)   Rīgas ASK 10 & 15/05/1960 Daugava Stadion, Riga Lenin Stadion, Moscow
1961–62
Dinamo Tbilisi   90–83   Real Madrid 29/06/1962 Patinoire des Vernets, Geneva
1962–63
CSKA Moscow   259–240 (three-leg)   Real Madrid 23/07, 31/07 & 01/08/1963 Frontón Vista Alegre, Madrid Lenin Palace of Sports, Moscow
1964–65
Real Madrid   157–150 (two-leg)   CSKA Moscow 08 & 14/04/1965 Lenin Palace of Sports, Moscow Frontón Vista Alegre, Madrid
1968–69
CSKA Moscow   103–99   Real Madrid 24/04/1969 Palau dels Esports, Barcelona
1969–70
Ignis Varese   79–74   CSKA Moscow 09/04/1970 Sportska Dvorana Skenderija, Sarajevo
1970–71
CSKA Moscow   67–53   Ignis Varese 08/04/1971 Arena Deurne, Antwerp
1972–73
Ignis Varese   71–66   CSKA Moscow 22/03/1973 Country Hall du Sart Tilman, Liège
1985–86
Cibona   94–82   Žalgiris 03/04/1986 Sportcsarnok, Budapest
FIBA Saporta Cup (2nd tier)
1968–69
Slavia VŠ Praha   80–74   Dinamo Tbilisi 17/04/1969 Wiener Stadthalle, Vienna
1970–71
Simmenthal Milano   127–118 (two-leg)   Spartak Leningrad 30/03 & 07/04/1971 Armija Dvorets, Leningrad PalaLido, Milan
1972–73
Spartak Leningrad   77–62   Jugoplastika 20/03/1973 Alexandreio Melathron, Thessaloniki
1974–75
Spartak Leningrad   63–62   Crvena zvezda 26/03/1975 Palais des Sports de Beaulieu, Nantes
1984–85
FC Barcelona   77–73   Žalgiris 19/03/1985 Palais des Sports, Grenoble

FIBA European Champions Cup (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
Rīgas ASK   Wissenschaft Berlin   Legia Warszawa   Real Madrid   Academic  
1958–59 Rīgas ASK   Honvéd   Lech Poznań   Academic  
1959–60 Rīgas ASK   AŠK Olimpija   Slovan Orbis Praha   Dinamo Tbilisi  
Dinamo Tbilisi   Steaua Bucureşti   Academic   Polonia Warszawa   Rīgas ASK  
1960–61 CSKA Moscow   Étoile Charleville-Mézières   Legia Warszawa   Steaua Bucureşti   Rīgas ASK  
Rīgas ASK   Hapoel Tel Aviv   Real Madrid   CSKA Moscow  
1961–62 CSKA Moscow   Iskra Svit   Dinamo Tbilisi
Dinamo Tbilisi   Steaua Bucureşti   Darüşşafaka   CSKA Moscow   Real Madrid  
1962–63 CSKA Moscow   Vorwärts Leipzig   Levski-Spartak   Wisła Kraków   Dinamo Tbilisi   Real Madrid  
Dinamo Tbilisi   Simmenthal Milano   CSKA Moscow
1963–64
1964–65 CSKA Moscow   Wisła Kraków   Ignis Varese   Real Madrid  
1965–66 CSKA Moscow 1st of 4 teams   Simmenthal Milano   AEK  
1966–67
1967–68
1968–69 CSKA Moscow   Vorwärts Leipzig 2nd of 4 teams   Spartak ZJŠ Brno   Real Madrid  
1969–70 CSKA Moscow 1st of 4 teams   Slavia VŠ Praha   Ignis Varese  
1970–71 CSKA Moscow   Honvéd 1st of 4 teams   Slavia VŠ Praha   Ignis Varese  
1971–72
1972–73 CSKA Moscow   Stade Français Genève 1st of 4 teams   Crvena zvezda   Ignis Varese  
1973–74
1974–75 CSKA Moscow 6th of 6 teams
1975–76
1976–77 CSKA Moscow 1st of 4 teams Bye 3rd of 6 teams
1977–78
1978–79
1979–80
1980–81 CSKA Moscow 1st of 4 teams Bye 6th of 6 teams
1981–82 CSKA Moscow 2nd of 4 teams
1982–83 CSKA Moscow   BMS   Turun NMKY 4th of 6 teams
1983–84
1984–85 CSKA Moscow   T71 Dudelange   Limoges CSP 4th of 6 teams
1985–86 Žalgiris   Inter Slovnaft   Akademik Varna 2nd of 6 teams Bye   Cibona  
1986–87 Žalgiris   Steaua București   Galatasaray 5th of 6 teams
1987–88
1988–89 CSKA Moscow   Balkan Botevgrad 7th of 8 teams
1989–90 Stroitel   Csepel   Lech Poznań
1990–91 CSKA Moscow   Steaua Bucureşti   Kingston Kings
1991–92 Kalev   Vevey 7th of 8 teams

FIBA European Cup Winners' 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
1967–68
1968–69 Dinamo Tbilisi   Levski-Spartak   Panathinaikos   Slavia VŠ Praha  
1969–70 Dinamo Tbilisi   Polonia Warszawa   Fides Napoli
1970–71 Spartak Leningrad   Steaua București   Zadar   Juventud Nerva   Simmenthal Milano  
1971–72
1972–73 Spartak Leningrad   Solna IF 1st of 3 teams   Juventud Schweppes   Jugoplastika  
1973–74
1974–75 Spartak Leningrad 1st of 4 teams   CSKA Septemvriisko zname   Crvena zvezda  
1975–76
1976–77 Spartak Leningrad 3rd of 4 teams
1977–78
1978–79
1979–80
1980–81 Žalgiris   Sandvika 4th of 4 teams
1981–82 Stroitel   Dinamo București 2nd of 4 teams   Cibona
1982–83 Stroitel   Soproni MAFC
1983–84
1984–85 Žalgiris   Spartak Pleven 1st of 4 teams   ASVEL   FC Barcelona  
1985–86 CSKA Moscow 2nd of 4 teams   FC Barcelona
1986–87 CSKA Moscow   Bajai 1st of 4 teams   Scavolini Pesaro
1987–88
1988–89 Žalgiris   Maccabi Brussels 1st of 4 teams   Snaidero Caserta
1989–90 Žalgiris   T71 Dudelange 2nd of 4 teams   Real Madrid
1990–91 Dynamo Moscow   Körmendi Dózsa MTE 1st of 4 teams   PAOK
1991–92 Spartak Leningrad   Porto   Sunair Oostende
VEF Rīga   Braunschweig   Smelt Olimpija

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
1973
1973–74
1974–75 Stroitel 4th of 4 teams
Dynamo Moscow 3rd of 4 teams
1975–76
1976–77 Dynamo Moscow 2nd of 3 teams
1977–78
1978–79
1979–80
1980–81 Dynamo Moscow 1st of 4 teams Not played   Carrera Venezia
1981–82 Spartak Leningrad 4th of 4 teams
1982–83 Dynamo Moscow 1st of 4 teams Not played   Limoges CSP
1983–84
1984–85 Stroitel   Akademik Varna 2nd of 4 teams
1985–86
1986–87 Spartak Leningrad   Uudenkaupungin Urheilijat 3rd of 4 teams
1987–88
1988–89 Stroitel   Charlottenburg 2nd of 4 teams
Dinamo Tbilisi   Olympiacos
1989–90 CSKA Moscow   EnBW Ludwigsburg 1st of 4 teams   Panionios   Scavolini Pesaro
SKA Alma-Ata   Inter Slovnaft 3rd of 4 teams
1990–91 Budivelnyk   KTP   Trane Castors Braine
SKA Alma-Ata   Akademik Varna   Cibona
Kalev   Baník Cígeľ Prievidza   Zadar
VEF Rīga   ICED București   Iraklis Thessaloniki
1991–92 Dynamo Moscow   Hapoel Tel Aviv

See alsoEdit

European basketball clubs in European and worldwide competitions from: