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Spanish basketball clubs in international competitions

Spanish basketball clubs in European and worldwide competitions is a compilation of the results of clubs from Spain's national top-tier level men's professional basketball league, the Liga ACB, in official international competitions.

Appearances in European finalsEdit

Season Champion Result Runner-up Date Venue
FIBA European Champions Cup & EuroLeague (1st tier)
1961–62
Dinamo Tbilisi Soviet Union 90–83 Spain Real Madrid 29/06/1962 Patinoire des Vernets, Geneva
1962–63
CSKA Moscow Soviet Union 259–240 (three-leg) Spain Real Madrid 23/07, 31/07 & 01/08/1963 Frontón Vista Alegre, Madrid Lenin Palace of Sports, Moscow
1963–64
Real Madrid Spain 183–174 (two-leg) Czechoslovakia Spartak ZJŠ Brno 29/04 & 10/05/1964 Brno Ice Rink Frontón Vista Alegre, Madrid
1964–65
Real Madrid Spain 157–150 (two-leg) Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 08/04 & 13/04/1965 Lenin Palace of Sports, Moscow Frontón Vista Alegre, Madrid
1966–67
Real Madrid Spain 91–83 Italy Simmenthal Milano 01/04/1967 Sports City of Real Madrid Pavilion, Madrid
1967–68
Real Madrid Spain 98–95 Czechoslovakia Spartak ZJŠ Brno 11/04/1968 Palais des Sports de Gerland, Lyon
1968–69
CSKA Moscow Soviet Union 103–99 Spain Real Madrid 24/04/1969 Palau dels Esports, Barcelona
1973–74
Real Madrid Spain 84–82 Italy Ignis Varese 03/04/1974 Palais des Sports de Beaulieu, Nantes
1974–75
Ignis Varese Italy 79–66 Spain Real Madrid 10/04/1975 Arena Deurne, Antwerpen
1975–76
Mobilgirgi Varese Italy 81–74 Spain Real Madrid 01/04/1976 Patinoire des Vernets, Geneva
1977–78
Real Madrid Spain 75–67 Italy Mobilgirgi Varese 06/04/1978 Olympiahalle, Munich
1979–80
Real Madrid Spain 89–85 Israel Maccabi Elite 27/03/1980 Deutschlandhalle, West Berlin
1983–84
Banco di Roma Virtus Italy 79–73 Spain FC Barcelona 29/03/1984 Patinoire des Vernets, Geneva
1984–85
Cibona Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 87–78 Spain Real Madrid 03/04/1985 Peace and Friendship Stadium, Piraeus
1989–90
Jugoplastika Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 72–67 Spain FC Barcelona 19/04/1990 Pabellón Príncipe Felipe, Zaragoza
1990–91
Pop 84 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 70–65 Spain FC Barcelona 18/04/1991 Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris
1991–92
Partizan Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 71–70 Spain Montigalà Joventut 16/04/1992 Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
1993–94
7up Joventut Spain 59–57 Greece Olympiacos 21/04/1994 Yad Eliyahu Arena, Tel Aviv
1994–95
Real Madrid Teka Spain 73–61 Greece Olympiacos 13/04/1995 Pabellón Príncipe Felipe, Zaragoza
1995–96
Panathinaikos Greece 67–66 Spain FC Barcelona 11/04/1996 Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris
1996–97
Olympiacos Greece 73–58 Spain FC Barcelona 24/04/1997 Palaeur, Rome
2000–01
Kinder Bologna Italy 3 – 2 Play-off Spain Tau Cerámica 17/04 to 10/05/2001 PalaMalaguti, Casalecchio di Reno Pabellón Araba, Vitoria-Gasteiz
2002–03
FC Barcelona Spain 76–65 Italy Benetton Treviso 11/05/2003 Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona
2004–05
Maccabi Elite Israel 90–78 Spain Tau Cerámica 08/05/2005 Olimpiisky Arena, Moscow
2009–10
Regal FC Barcelona Spain 86–68 Greece Olympiacos 09/05/2010 Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris
2012–13
Olympiacos Greece 100–88 Spain Real Madrid 12/05/2013 The O2 Arena, London
2013–14
Maccabi Electra Israel 98–86 Spain Real Madrid 18/05/2014 Mediolanum Forum, Milan
2014–15
Real Madrid Spain 78–59 Greece Olympiacos 17/05/2015 Barclaycard Center, Madrid
2017–18
Real Madrid Spain 85–80 Turkey Fenerbahçe Doğuş 20/05/2018 Štark Arena, Belgrade
FIBA Saporta Cup (2nd tier)
1980–81
Squibb Cantù Italy 86–82 Spain FC Barcelona 18/03/1981 Palaeur, Rome
1981–82
Cibona Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 96–95 Spain Real Madrid 16/03/1982 Salle Henri Simonet, Brussels
1983–84
Real Madrid Spain 82–81 Italy Simac Milano 14/03/1983 Stedelijk Sportcentrum, Ostend
1984–85
FC Barcelona Spain 77–73 Soviet Union Žalgiris 19/03/1985 Palais des Sports, Grenoble
1985–86
FC Barcelona Spain 101–86 Italy Scavolini Pesaro 18/03/1986 PalaMaggiò, Caserta
1987–88
Limoges CSP France 96–89 Spain Ram Joventut 16/03/1988 Palais des Sports, Grenoble
1988–89
Real Madrid Spain 117–113 Italy Snaidero Caserta 14/03/1989 Peace and Friendship Stadium, Piraeus
1989–90
Knorr Bologna Italy 79–74 Spain Real Madrid 13/03/1990 PalaGiglio, Florence
1990–91
PAOK Greece 76–72 Spain CAI Zaragoza 26/03/1991 Patinoire de Vernets, Geneva
1991–92
Real Madrid Spain 65–63 Greece PAOK 17/03/1992 Palais des Sports de Beaulieu, Nantes
1993–94
Smelt Olimpija Slovenia 91–81 Spain Taugrés 15/03/1994 Centre Intercommunal de Glace Malley, Lausanne
1994–95
Benetton Treviso Italy 94–86 Spain Taugrés 14/03/1995 Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
1995–96
Taugrés Spain 88–81 Greece PAOK 12/03/1996 Pabellón Araba, Vitoria-Gasteiz
1996–97
Real Madrid Teka Spain 78–64 Italy Riello Mash Verona 15/04/1997 Eleftheria Indoor Hall, Nicosia
1998–99
Benetton Treviso Italy 64–60 Spain Pamesa Valencia 14/04/1999 Pabellón Príncipe Felipe, Zaragoza
2001–02
Montepaschi Siena Italy 81–71 Spain Pamesa Valencia 30/04/2002 Palais des Sports de Gerland, Lyon
EuroCup Basketball (2nd tier)
2002–03
Pamesa Valencia Spain 168–154 (two-leg) Slovenia Krka 15 & 24/04/2003 ŠD Leona Štuklja, Krka ... Font de San Lluís, Valencia
2003–04
Hapoel Migdal Israel 83–72 Spain Real Madrid 13/04/2004 Spiroudome, Charleroi
2006–07
Real Madrid Spain 87–75 Lithuania Lietuvos rytas 10/04/2007 Spiroudome, Charleroi
2007–08
DKV Joventut Spain 79–54 Spain Akasvayu Girona 13/04/2008 Palavela, Turin
2009–10
Power Elect. Valencia Spain 67–44 Germany Alba Berlin 18/04/2010 Fernando Buesa Arena, Vitoria-Gasteiz
2010–11
UNICS Russia 92–77 Spain Cajasol 17/04/2011 PalaVerde, Treviso
2011–12
Khimki Russia 77–68 Spain Valencia Basket 15/04/2012 Basketball Center, Khimki
2012–13
Lokomotiv-Kuban Russia 75–64 Spain Uxúe Bilbao Basket 13/04/2013 RTL Spiroudome, Charleroi
2013–14
Valencia Basket Spain 165–140 (two-leg) Russia UNICS 01 & 07/05/2014 ... Font de San Lluís, Valencia Basket-Hall, Kazan
2014–15
Khimki Russia 174–130 (two-leg) Spain Herbalife Gran Canaria 24 & 29/04/2014 Gran Canaria Arena, Las Palmas Basketball Center, Khimki
2016–17
Unicaja Spain 2 – 1 Play-off Spain Valencia Basket 28, 31/03 & 05/04/2017 ... Font de San Lluís, Valencia Palacio de Deportes..., Málaga
FIBA Korać Cup (3rd tier)
1974–75
Birra Forst Cantù Italy 181–154 (two-leg) Spain FC Barcelona 18 & 25/03/1975 Palau Blaugrana, Barcelona Palasport Pianella, Cucciago
1980–81
Joventut Freixenet Spain 105–104 Italy Carrera Venezia 19/03/1981 Palau Blaugrana, Barcelona
1986–87
FC Barcelona Spain 203–171 (two-leg) France Limoges CSP 18 & 25/03/1987 Palau Blaugrana, Barcelona ... Beaublanc, Limoges
1987–88
Real Madrid Spain 195–183 (two-leg) Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Cibona 01 & 09/03/1988 Palacio de Deportes..., Madrid Košarkaški centar Cibona, Zagreb
1989–90
Ram Joventut Spain 195–184 (two-leg) Italy Scavolini Pesaro 21 & 28/03/1990 Palasport Comunale, Pesaro Pavelló del Joventut, Badalona
1990–91
Shampoo Clear Cantù Italy 168–164 (two-leg) Spain Real Madrid 20 & 27/03/1991 Palacio de Deportes..., Madrid Palasport Pianella, Cucciago
1998–99
FC Barcelona Spain 174–163 (two-leg) Spain Adecco Estudiantes 24 & 31/03/1999 Palacio de Deportes..., Madrid Palau Blaugrana, Barcelona
1999–00
Limoges CSP France 131–118 (two-leg) Spain Unicaja 22 & 29/03/2000 ... Beaublanc, Limoges Pabellón Ciudad Jardín, Málaga
2000–01
Unicaja Spain 148–116 (two-leg) Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hemofarm 11 & 18/04/2001 Palacio de Deportes..., Málaga Millennium Centar, Vršac
FIBA EuroChallenge (3rd tier)
2005–06
DKV Joventut Spain 88–63 Russia Khimki 09/04/2006 Palace of Sports, Kiev
2006–07
Akasvayu Girona Spain 79–72 Ukraine Azovmash 15/04/2007 Palau Girona-Fontajau, Girona
Basketball Champions League (3rd tier)
2016–17
Iberostar Tenerife Spain 63–59 Turkey Banvit 30/04/2017 Santiago Martín, San Cristóbal de La Laguna

Appearances in World-wide finalsEdit

Season Champion Result Runner-up Date Venue
FIBA Intercontinental Cup
1968
Akron Goodyear Wingfoots United States 105–73 Spain Real Madrid 06/01/1968 Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1981
Real Madrid Spain 109–83 Brazil Sírio 05/07/1981 Ginásio do Ibirapuera, São Paulo
1985
FC Barcelona Spain 93–89 Brazil Monte Líbano 29/06/1985 Palau Blaugrana, Barcelona
1987
Tracer Milano Italy 100–84 Spain FC Barcelona 20/09/1987 Palatrussardi, Milan
2015
Real Madrid Spain 181–170 (two-leg) Brazil Bauru 25 & 27/09/2015 Ginásio do Ibirapuera, São Paulo
2017
Iberostar Tenerife Spain 76–71 Venezuela Guaros de Lara 24/09/2015 Santiago Martín, San Cristóbal de La Laguna
McDonald's Championship
1988
Boston Celtics United States 111–96 Spain Real Madrid 24/10/1988 Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid, Madrid
1991
Los Angeles Lakers United States 116–114 Spain Montigalà Joventut 19/10/1991 Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris

Spanish clubs in EuroLeague (1st-tier level)Edit

Season to seasonEdit

Year Team Earlier stage Last 24 to 32 Last 12 to 16 Last 6 to 8 Semifinals Final
1958
Real Madrid Portugal Barreirense Belgium Royal IV Soviet Union Rīgas ASK
1958–59 Real Madrid Switzerland Urania Genève Sport France Étoile Charleville-Mézières
1959–60 FC Barcelona Morocco US Marocaine Poland Polonia Warszawa
1960–61 Real Madrid Austria Engelmann Wien Belgium Antwerpse Soviet Union Rīgas ASK
1961–62 Real Madrid Morocco Casablancais Italy Ignis Varese Poland Legia Warszawa Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia AŠK Olimpija Soviet Union Dinamo Tbilisi Silver medal europe.svg
1962–63 Real Madrid Portugal Benfica Greece Panathinaikos Hungary Budapesti Honvéd Czechoslovakia Spartak ZJŠ Brno Soviet Union CSKA Moscow Silver medal europe.svg
1963–64 Real Madrid Northern Ireland Belfast Celtics West Germany Alemannia Aachen Poland Legia Warszawa Italy Simmenthal Milano Czechoslovakia Spartak ZJŠ Brno Coppa del Campionato di Pallacanestro.png
1964–65 Real Madrid Finland Helsingin Kisa-Toverit France ASVEL Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia OKK Beograd Soviet Union CSKA Moscow Coppa del Campionato di Pallacanestro.png
1965–66 Real Madrid Sweden Alvik 4th of 4 teams
1966–67 Real Madrid Luxembourg Black Star Mersch West Germany USC Heidelberg 1st of 4 teams Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia AŠK Olimpija Italy Simmenthal Milano Coppa del Campionato di Pallacanestro.png
1967–68 Juventud Kalso Morocco ASFAR Poland Legia Warszawa 3rd of 4 teams
Real Madrid Scotland Boroughmuir Netherlands SVE Utrecht 2nd of 4 teams Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zadar Czechoslovakia Spartak ZJŠ Brno Coppa del Campionato di Pallacanestro.png
1968–69 Real Madrid England Aldershot Warriors West Germany Gießen 46ers 1st of 4 teams Belgium Standard Liège Soviet Union CSKA Moscow Silver medal europe.svg
1969–70 Real Madrid Portugal Sporting Clube de Portugal Hungary Budapesti Honvéd 1st of 4 teams Italy Ignis Varese
1970–71 Real Madrid Sweden Alvik United Arab Republic Al-Zamalek 2nd of 4 teams Italy Ignis Varese
1971–72 Real Madrid Denmark Virum West Germany TuS 04 Leverkusen 2nd of 4 teams Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jugoplastika
1972–73 Real Madrid Iceland Íþróttafélag Reykjavíkur England Epping Avenue 3rd of 4 teams
1973–74 Real Madrid Switzerland Fribourg Olympic West Germany USC Heidelberg 1st of 4 teams France Berck Italy Ignis Varese Coppa del Campionato di Pallacanestro.png
1974–75 Real Madrid 1st of 6 teams Bye Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zadar Italy Ignis Varese Silver medal europe.svg
1975–76 Real Madrid 1st of 6 teams Bye France ASVEL Italy Mobilgirgi Varese Silver medal europe.svg
1976–77 Real Madrid 1st of 4 teams Bye 4th of 6 teams
1977–78 Real Madrid 1st of 4 teams Bye 1st of 6 teams Bye Italy Mobilgirgi Varese Coppa del Campionato di Pallacanestro.png
1978–79 Joventut Freixenet 1st of 4 teams Bye 5th of 6 teams
Real Madrid 1st of 4 teams Bye 4th of 6 teams
1979–80 Real Madrid 1st of 4 teams Bye 2nd of 6 teams Bye Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv Coppa del Campionato di Pallacanestro.png
1980–81 Real Madrid 1st of 4 teams Bye 5th of 6 teams
1981–82 FC Barcelona 1st of 4 teams Bye 4th of 6 teams
1982–83 Real Madrid Sweden Alvik England Sutton & Crystal Palace 3rd of 6 teams
1983–84 FC Barcelona Turkey Efes Pilsen Scotland Murray Edinburgh 1st of 6 teams Bye Italy Banco di Roma Virtus Silver medal europe.svg
1984–85 Real Madrid Austria Klosterneuburg Switzerland Vevey 2nd of 6 teams Bye Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Cibona Silver medal europe.svg
1985–86 Real Madrid Scotland Murray Edinburgh Switzerland Fribourg Olympic 4th of 6 teams
1986–87 Real Madrid England Manchester United Czechoslovakia Zbrojovka Brno 6th of 6 teams
1987–88 FC Barcelona Poland Śląsk Wrocław 5th of 8 teams
1988–89 FC Barcelona Finland KTP 2nd of 8 teams Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jugoplastika Greece Aris (4th)
1989–90 FC Barcelona Czechoslovakia Baník Cigel' Prievidza 1st of 8 teams Greece Aris Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jugoplastika Silver medal europe.svg
1990–91 FC Barcelona Luxembourg Hiefenech 1st of 8 teams Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Pop 84 Silver medal europe.svg
1991–92 Montigalà Joventut 1st of 8 teams Croatia Cibona Spain Estudiantes Caja Postal Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan Silver medal europe.svg
Banca Catalana FC Barcelona Turkey Fenerbahçe 2nd of 8 teams Italy Philips Milano
Estudiantes Caja Postal Sweden Scania Södertälje 2nd of 8 teams Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv Spain Montigalà Joventut Italy Philips Milano (4th)
1992–93 Joventut Marbella 5th of 8 teams
Real Madrid Teka Bulgaria CSKA Sofia 1st of 8 teams Italy Knorr Bologna France Limoges CSP Greece PAOK (4th)
Estudiantes Argentaria Czechoslovakia USK Praha 7th of 8 teams
1993–94 Real Madrid Teka 2nd of 8 teams Spain 7up Joventut
7up Joventut Latvia ASK Brocēni 3rd of 8 teams Spain Real Madrid Teka Spain Banca Catalana FC Barcelona Greece Olympiacos Coppa del Campionato di Pallacanestro.png
Banca Catalana FC Barcelona Belarus RTI Minsk 4th of 8 teams Turkey Efes Pilsen Spain 7up Joventut Greece Panathinaikos (4th)
1994–95 Real Madrid Teka 2nd of 8 teams Croatia Cibona France Limoges CSP Greece Olympiacos Coppa del Campionato di Pallacanestro.png
Banca Catalana FC Barcelona Cyprus Pezoporikos Larnaca 5th of 8 teams
7up Joventut Latvia ASK Brocēni 8th of 8 teams
1995–96 Banca Catalana FC Barcelona 1st of 8 teams Turkey Ülker Spain Real Madrid Teka Greece Panathinaikos Silver medal europe.svg
Unicaja Croatia Zrinjevac 5th of 8 teams
Real Madrid Teka England Sheffield Sharks 2nd of 8 teams Greece Olympiacos Spain Banca Catalana FC Barcelona Russia CSKA Moscow (4th)
1996–97 Banca Catalana FC Barcelona 4th of 6 teams 3rd of 6 teams Germany Alba Berlin Italy Teamsystem Bologna France ASVEL Greece Olympiacos Silver medal europe.svg
Caja San Fernando 5th of 6 teams 4th of 6 teams Italy Teamsystem Bologna
Estudiantes Argentaria 2nd of 6 teams 3rd of 6 teams France ASVEL
1997–98 FC Barcelona 2nd of 6 teams 3rd of 6 teams Russia CSKA Moscow
Real Madrid Teka 5th of 6 teams 5th of 6 teams
Estudiantes 2nd of 6 teams 4th of 6 teams Italy Kinder Bologna
1998–99 TDK Manresa 5th of 6 teams 5th of 6 teams
Tau Cerámica 4th of 6 teams 5th of 6 teams
Real Madrid Teka 3rd of 6 teams 3rd of 6 teams Turkey Fenerbahçe Italy Teamsystem Bologna
1999–00 FC Barcelona 1st of 6 teams 1st of 6 teams Turkey Ülker Slovenia Union Olimpija Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv Turkey Efes Pilsen (4th)
Caja San Fernando 5th of 6 teams 5th of 6 teams
Real Madrid Teka 3rd of 6 teams 3rd of 6 teams France ASVEL
2000–01 Real Madrid Teka 2nd of 6 teams Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Budućnost Italy Paf Wennington Bologna
FC Barcelona 1st of 6 teams Italy Benetton Treviso
Adecco Estudiantes 4th of 6 teams Italy Kinder Bologna
Tau Cerámica 3rd of 6 teams Greece Peristeri Greece Olympiacos Greece AEK Italy Kinder Bologna Silver medal europe.svg
2001–02 FC Barcelona 2nd of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams
Real Madrid 2nd of 8 teams 3rd of 4 teams
Tau Cerámica 1st of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams
Unicaja 5th of 8 teams
2002–03 Tau Cerámica 2nd of 8 teams 3rd of 4 teams
Unicaja 4th of 8 teams 4th of 4 teams
FC Barcelona 2nd of 8 teams 1st of 4 teams Bye Russia CSKA Moscow Italy Benetton Treviso Euroliga.png
Real Madrid 6th of 8 teams
2003–04 FC Barcelona 1st of 8 teams 3rd of 4 teams
Pamesa Valencia 3rd of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams
Unicaja 7th of 8 teams
Tau Cerámica 4th of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams
2004–05 Winterthur FC Barcelona 2nd of 8 teams 3rd of 4 teams
Adecco Estudiantes 6th of 8 teams
Tau Cerámica 5th of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams Italy Benetton Treviso Russia CSKA Moscow Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv Silver medal europe.svg
Unicaja 6th of 8 teams
Real Madrid 4th of 8 teams 4th of 4 teams
2005–06 Real Madrid 4th of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams Spain Winterthur FC Barcelona
Tau Cerámica 1st of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams Greece Panathinaikos Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv Spain Winterthur FC Barcelona Bronze medal europe.svg
Winterthur FC Barcelona 3rd of 8 teams 1st of 4 teams Spain Real Madrid Russia CSKA Moscow Spain Tau Cerámica (4th)
Unicaja 1st of 8 teams 3rd of 4 teams
2006–07 Unicaja 4th of 8 teams 1st of 4 teams Spain Winterthur FC Barcelona Russia CSKA Moscow Spain Tau Cerámica Bronze medal europe.svg
Tau Cerámica 1st of 8 teams 1st of 4 teams Greece Olympiacos Greece Panathinaikos Spain Unicaja (4th)
Winterthur FC Barcelona 2nd of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams Spain Unicaja
DKV Joventut 3rd of 8 teams 4th of 4 teams
2007–08 Real Madrid 2nd of 8 teams 3rd of 4 teams
AXA FC Barcelona 3rd of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv
Tau Cerámica 3rd of 8 teams 1st of 4 teams Serbia Partizan Igokea Russia CSKA Moscow Italy Montepaschi Siena (4th)
Unicaja 3rd of 8 teams 3rd of 4 teams
2008–09 Tau Cerámica 1st of 6 teams 2nd of 4 teams Spain Regal FC Barcelona
Regal FC Barcelona 1st of 6 teams 1st of 4 teams Spain Tau Cerámica Russia CSKA Moscow Greece Olympiacos Bronze medal europe.svg
Real Madrid 2nd of 6 teams 2nd of 4 teams Greece Olympiacos
DKV Joventut 5th of 6 teams
Unicaja 1st of 6 teams 3rd of 4 teams
2009–10 Regal FC Barcelona 1st of 6 teams 1st of 4 teams Spain Real Madrid Russia CSKA Moscow Greece Olympiacos Euroliga.png
Caja Laboral 2nd of 6 teams 2nd of 4 teams Russia CSKA Moscow
Unicaja 2nd of 6 teams 3rd of 4 teams
Real Madrid 1st of 6 teams 2nd of 4 teams Spain Regal FC Barcelona
2010–11 Caja Laboral 2nd of 6 teams 1st of 4 teams Israel Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv
Regal FC Barcelona 3rd of 6 teams 1st of 4 teams Greece Panathinaikos
Real Madrid 2nd of 6 teams 1st of 4 teams Spain Power Electronics Valencia Israel Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv Italy Montepaschi Siena (4th)
Unicaja 3rd of 6 teams 4th of 4 teams
Power Electronics Valencia 4th of 6 teams 2nd of 4 teams Spain Real Madrid
2011–12 FC Barcelona Regal 1st of 6 teams 1st of 4 teams Russia UNICS Greece Olympiacos Greece Panathinaikos Bronze medal europe.svg
Gescrap Bizkaia Bilbao 4th of 6 teams 2nd of 4 teams Russia CSKA Moscow
Real Madrid 1st of 6 teams 3rd of 4 teams
Caja Laboral 5th of 6 teams
Unicaja 3rd of 6 teams 4th of 4 teams
2012–13 FC Barcelona Regal 1st of 6 teams 1st of 8 teams Greece Panathinaikos Spain Real Madrid Russia CSKA Moscow (4th)
Real Madrid 1st of 6 teams 2nd of 8 teams Israel Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv Spain FC Barcelona Regal Greece Olympiacos Silver medal europe.svg
Laboral Kutxa 4th of 6 teams 4th of 8 teams Russia CSKA Moscow
Unicaja 2nd of 6 teams 5th of 8 teams
2013–14 Real Madrid 2nd of 6 teams 2nd of 8 teams Greece Olympiacos Spain FC Barcelona Israel Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv Silver medal europe.svg
FC Barcelona 3rd of 6 teams 1st of 8 teams Turkey Galatasaray Liv Hospital Spain Real Madrid Russia CSKA Moscow Bronze medal europe.svg
Laboral Kutxa 2nd of 6 teams 7th of 8 teams
Unicaja 3rd of 6 teams 5th of 8 teams
2014–15 FC Barcelona 1st of 6 teams 2nd of 8 teams Greece Olympiacos
Real Madrid 1st of 6 teams 1st of 8 teams Turkey Anadolu Efes Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker Greece Olympiacos Euroliga.png
Valencia Basket 6th of 6 teams
Unicaja 3rd of 6 teams 7th of 8 teams
Laboral Kutxa 3rd of 6 teams 5th of 8 teams
2015–16 Real Madrid 4th of 6 teams 4th of 8 teams Turkey Fenerbahçe
FC Barcelona Lassa 2nd of 6 teams 3rd of 8 teams Russia Lokomotiv Kuban
Unicaja 2nd of 6 teams 7th of 8 teams
Laboral Kutxa 3rd of 6 teams 2nd of 8 teams Greece Panathinaikos Turkey Fenerbahçe Russia Lokomotiv Kuban (4th)
2016–17 Real Madrid 1st of 16 teams Turkey Darüşşafaka Doğuş Turkey Fenerbahçe Russia CSKA Moscow (4th)
FC Barcelona Lassa 11th of 16 teams
Baskonia 7th of 16 teams Russia CSKA Moscow
2017–18 Valencia Basket 11th of 16 teams
Real Madrid 5th of 16 teams Greece Panathinaikos Russia CSKA Moscow Turkey Fenerbahçe Doğuş Euroliga.png
Kirolbet Baskonia 7th of 16 teams Turkey Fenerbahçe Doğuş
Unicaja 9th of 16 teams
FC Barcelona Lassa 13th of 16 teams
2018–19 Real Madrid
Kirolbet Baskonia
FC Barcelona Lassa
Herbalife Gran Canaria

Real Madrid withdrew because it wasn't allowed the team to travel to Soviet Union.[1].

Spanish clubs in FIBA Saporta Cup (2nd-tier level)Edit

Season to seasonEdit

Year Team Last 48 Last 24 to 32 Last 12 to 16 Last 6 to 8 Semifinals Final
1966–67 Juventud Kalso Portugal Benfica Netherlands Flamingo's Haarlem Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv
1967–68 Kas Vitoria Portugal Coimbra Greece AEK
1968–69 Picadero Sweden Solna IF East Germany TSC Berlin 1893
1969–70 Juventud Nerva Austria WSG Radenthein Finland Helsingin Kisa-Toverit Greece AEK
1970–71 Juventud Nerva Scotland Boroughmuir Hungary Soproni MAFC Bulgaria Balkan Botevgrad Soviet Union Spartak Leningrad
1971–72 Juventud Schweppes Albania Partizani Tirana England Sutton & Crystal Palace 2nd of 3 teams Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Crvena zvezda
1972–73 Juventud Schweppes Luxembourg Sparta Bertrange France Olympique Antibes 2nd of 3 teams Soviet Union Spartak Leningrad
1973–74 Estudiantes Monteverde Portugal Benfica Austria Mounier Wels 2nd of 3 teams Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Crvena zvezda
1974–75 Juventud Schweppes Egypt Al-Gezira Hungary Budapesti Honvéd 4th of 4 teams
1975–76 Estudiantes Monteverde Finland Honka Playboys 1st of 4 teams France ASPO Tours
1976–77 Juventud Schweppes Netherlands Buitoni Flamingo's Scotland Boroughmuir Barrs 2nd of 4 teams Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Radnički Belgrade
1977–78 FC Barcelona England Embassy Milton Keynes Switzerland Viganello 2nd of 4 teams Italy Gabetti Cantù
1978–79 FC Barcelona Iceland ÍS 1st of 4 teams Italy Gabetti Cantù
1979–80 FC Barcelona 2nd of 4 teams Italy Gabetti Cantù
1980–81 FC Barcelona 1st of 4 teams Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Cibona Italy Gabetti Cantù Silver medal europe.svg
1981–82 Real Madrid 1st of 4 teams Italy Sinudyne Bologna Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Cibona Silver medal europe.svg
1982–83 FC Barcelona 3rd of 4 teams
1983–84 Real Madrid 1st of 4 teams Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Cibona Italy Simac Milano Copa Saporta.png
1984–85 FC Barcelona Luxembourg Etzella 1st of 4 teams Spain CAI Zaragoza Soviet Union Žalgiris Copa Saporta.png
CAI Zaragoza 2nd of 4 teams Spain FC Barcelona
1985–86 Ron Negrita Joventut England Manchester United 1st of 4 teams Italy Scavolini Pesaro
FC Barcelona 1st of 4 teams Soviet Union CSKA Moscow Italy Scavolini Pesaro Copa Saporta.png
1986–87 Ram Joventut 3rd of 4 teams
1987–88 Ram Joventut Luxembourg Contern 1st of 4 teams West Germany Bayer 04 Leverkusen France Limoges CSP Silver medal europe.svg
1988–89 Real Madrid Scotland Glasgow Rangers 1st of 4 teams Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Cibona Italy Snaidero Caserta Copa Saporta.png
1989–90 Real Madrid Bulgaria CSKA Sofia 1st of 4 teams Soviet Union Žalgiris Italy Knorr Bologna Silver medal europe.svg
1990–91 CAI Zaragoza West Germany Steiner Bayreuth 1st of 4 teams France Pitch Cholet Greece PAOK Silver medal europe.svg
1991–92 Real Madrid Asegurator Netherlands Pro-Specs EBBC Bye 1st of 6 teams Bye Italy Glaxo Verona Greece PAOK Copa Saporta.png
1992–93 NatWest Zaragoza Germany TTL Bamberg Netherlands Pro-Specs EBBC 2nd of 6 teams Bye Greece Sato Aris
1993–94 Taugrés Hungary Körmend Hunor Lithuania Žalgiris 2nd of 6 teams Bye France Pitch Cholet Slovenia Smelt Olimpija Silver medal europe.svg
1994–95 Taugrés Slovakia Slovakofarma Pezinok Israel Hapoel Jerusalem 1st of 6 teams Bye Greece Iraklis Aspis Pronoia Italy Benetton Treviso Silver medal europe.svg
1995–96 Taugrés Finland Namika Lahti Croatia Zagreb 1st of 6 teams Bye Russia Dynamo Moscow Greece PAOK Copa Saporta.png
1996–97 TDK Manresa 2nd of 6 teams Hungary Marc-Körmend Greece Iraklis Thessaloniki
Real Madrid Teka 1st of 6 teams Germany Brandt Hagen Latvia Rīgas ASK Poland Śląsk Wrocław France PSG Racing Italy Riello Mash Verona Copa Saporta.png
1997–98 Festina Joventut 1st of 6 teams Turkey Fenerbahçe France ASVEL
Cáceres 1st of 6 teams Croatia Zagreb
1998–99 Pamesa Valencia 1st of 6 teams Hungary Atomerőmű Croatia Split Spain Pinturas Bruguer Badalona Greece Aris Italy Benetton Treviso Silver medal europe.svg
Pinturas Bruguer Badalona 1st of 6 teams Austria Stahlbau Oberwart Israel Hapoel Jerusalem Spain Pamesa Valencia
1999–00 Tau Cerámica 3rd of 6 teams Israel Maccabi Ra'anana Greece AEK
Pamesa Valencia 1st of 6 teams Belgium Spirou Charleroi France Élan Chalon Italy Kinder Bologna
2000–01 Pamesa Valencia 1st of 6 teams Turkey Beşiktaş Cyprus Keravnos Keo France Élan Chalon
Caja San Fernando 4th of 6 teams Turkey Anwil Włocławek
2001–02 Pamesa Valencia 1st of 6 teams Spain Adecco Estudiantes Germany Telekom Baskets Bonn Turkey Anwil Włocławek Italy Montepaschi Siena Silver medal europe.svg
Adecco Estudiantes 4th of 6 teams Spain Pamesa Valencia

Spanish clubs in FIBA Korać Cup (3rd-tier level)Edit

Season to seasonEdit

Year Team Last 64 to 48 Last 24 to 32 Last 12 to 16 Last 6 to 8 Semifinals Final
1972
Picadero Belgium Standard Liège
Manresa La Casera France Olympique Antibes
1973
FC Barcelona 1st of 3 teams Bye Belgium Maes Pils
Filomatic Picadero 1st of 3 teams Bye Italy Birra Forst Cantù
1973–74 Juventud Schweppes Switzerland Federale Portugal Porto 2nd of 3 teams
FC Barcelona Portugal Coimbra Luxembourg T71 Dudelange 2nd of 3 teams
Kas Vitoria West Germany Wolfenbüttel France Olympique Antibes
1974–75 FC Barcelona Switzerland Union Neuchâtel Portugal Porto 1st of 4 teams Bye Italy Brina Rieti Italy Birra Forst Cantù Silver medal europe.svg
YMCA España Scotland Paisley France Olympique Antibes
Pineda France Denain Voltaire
1975–76 FC Barcelona 2nd of 4 teams
Juventud Schweppes West Germany Wolfenbüttel 1st of 4 teams Bye Italy Chinamartini Torino
1976–77
1977–78 Caja Rural Canarias West Germany SSV Hagen
Juventud Freixenet France Orthez 1st of 4 teams Bye Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan
Centro Natación Helios Italy Cinzano Milano
Askatuak France Berck
1978–79 Cotonificio France ESM Challans 1st of 4 teams Bye Italy Arrigoni Rieti
Askatuak France Olympique Antibes
Pineda Belgium Standard Liège
Areslux Granollers England Sunderland Sunblest France Caen
1979–80 Joventut Freixenet Hungary Vasas 3rd of 4 teams
Cotonificio England Sunderland Sunblest 2nd of 4 teams
Miñón Valladolid Portugal Sangalhos Scotland Dalkeith Saints 3rd of 4 teams
1980–81 Joventut Freixenet 1st of 4 teams Bye Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Crvena zvezda Italy Carrera Venezia Korac Cup (cropped).png
Cotonificio Belgium Anderlecht
Inmobanco England Hemel Hempstead Lakers France Orthez
1981–82 Cotonificio Netherlands Nationale-Nederlanden Donar 2nd of 4 teams
Joventut Sony 3rd of 4 teams
Miñón Valladolid Belgium Maes Pils 3rd of 4 teams
OAR Ferrol Portugal Sangalhos France Tours
1982–83 Miñón Valladolid Switzerland Nyon
CAI Zaragoza Hungary ZTE 2nd of 4 teams
Joventut Fichet 4th of 4 teams
OAR Ferrol France Monaco
1983–84 CAI Zaragoza Greece Olympiacos 1st of 4 teams Bye Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Crvena zvezda
1984–85 Cajamadrid Austria Regenerin Klagenfurt 3rd of 4 teams
Clesa Ferrol Belgium Maes Pils Greece AEK 3rd of 4 teams
Licor 43 Scotland Team Glasgow France Olympique Antibes 3rd of 4 teams
1985–86 Cacaolat Granollers Luxembourg Amicale Steinsel Belgium Maes Pils 4th of 4 teams
Breogán Caixa Galicia 4th of 4 teams
Caja Álava Netherlands Super Cracks Werkendam France ASVEL
CAI Zaragoza England Manchester Giants Israel Hapoel Tel Aviv
1986–87 FC Barcelona 1st of 4 teams Bye Italy Mobilgirgi Caserta France Limoges CSP Korac Cup (cropped).png
CAI Zaragoza Belgium Maccabi Brussels 1st of 4 teams Bye France Limoges CSP
Estudiantes Caja Postal France Avignon 2nd of 4 teams
Gin MG Sarriá Switzerland Vevey France Olympique Antibes
1987–88 CAI Zaragoza West Germany Charlottenburg 4th of 4 teams
Real Madrid Belgium Boigelot Charleroi 1st of 4 teams Bye Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Crvena zvezda Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Cibona Korac Cup (cropped).png
Estudiantes Todagrés Greece Iraklis Thessaloniki 3rd of 4 teams
TDK Manresa England Manchester United
1988–89 CAI Zaragoza Turkey Galatasaray 3rd of 4 teams
Ram Joventut West Germany TTL Bamberg 2nd of 4 teams
Estudiantes Bosé Portugal Estrelas Avenida Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Smelt Olimpija 4th of 4 teams
CajaCanarias England Birmingham Bullets Belgium Maes Pils
1989–90 Ram Joventut Belgium Monceau Jumet 1st of 4 teams Italy Enimont Livorno Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bosna Italy Scavolini Pesaro Korac Cup (cropped).png
Caja Ronda Belgium Trane Castors Braine
CAI Zaragoza Switzerland Nyon France Monaco 3rd of 4 teams
Valvi Girona Luxembourg Contern Italy Enimont Livorno
1990–91 Real Madrid Austria Citroën Klagenfurt 2nd of 4 teams Italy Phonola Caserta Spain Montigalà Joventut Italy Shampoo Clear Cantù Silver medal europe.svg
Montigalà Joventut Switzerland Bellinzona 1st of 4 teams Spain Estudiantes Caja Postal Spain Real Madrid
Caja Ronda West Germany Charlottenburg
Estudiantes Caja Postal Cyprus Apollon Limassol France Gravelines 2nd of 4 teams Spain Montigalà Joventut
1991–92 Taugrés Germany EnBW Ludwigsburg 1st of 4 teams Italy Shampoo Clear Cantù
CAI Zaragoza England Leicester Riders Hungary Tungsram 3rd of 4 teams
Fórum Filatélico Valladolid Netherlands Selex Weert Belgium Kessel-Lo Leuven 1st of 4 teams Croatia Zadar Italy il Messaggero Roma
Collado Villalba Belgium Trane Castors Braine Greece Iraklis Thessaloniki
1992–93 Elosúa León Switzerland Fidefinanz Bellinzona Germany Alba Berlin 2nd of 4 teams Italy Virtus Roma
Banca Catalana FC Barcelona Romania Balanța Sibiu Poland Stal Bobrek Bytom 1st of 4 teams Croatia Zagreb Italy Virtus Roma
Taugrés Slovakia Baník Cígeľ Prievidza Belgium Go Pass Verviers-Pepinster 4th of 4 teams
Grupo LIbro Valladolid Turkey Tofaş
1993–94 Estudiantes Argentaria Germany EnBW Ludwigsburg 3rd of 4 teams
Caja San Fernando Portugal Clube Povo de Esgueira Israel Hapoel Herzliya 4th of 4 teams
Elmar León Austria Möllersdorf Traiskirchen Israel Hapoel Jerusalem 3rd of 4 teams
NatWest Zaragoza Turkey Galatasaray Ukraine TIIT Kharkov 4th of 4 teams
1994–95 Estudiantes Argentaria England Manchester Giants Turkey Tofaş 3rd of 4 teams
Cáceres Netherlands Den Braven Coba Israel Hapoel Galil Elyon 1st of 4 teams Italy illycaffè Trieste Germany Alba Berlin
TDK Manresa Hungary Albacomp Fehérvár Turkey Galatasaray 3rd of 4 teams
Caja San Fernando Belgium Go Pass Verviers-Pepinster Germany SSV Ulm 3rd of 4 teams
1995–96 Amway Zaragoza Portugal Beira Mar Russia Samara 4th of 4 teams
TDK Manresa Belgium Go Pass Verviers-Pepinster Turkey Tofaş 3rd of 4 teams
Estudiantes Argentaria Hungary Atomerőmű Belgium Spirou Charleroi 3rd of 4 teams
Festina Andorra Austria Trodat Wels Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vojvodina 4th of 4 teams
1996–97 Unicaja 1st of 4 teams Slovenia Satex Maribor Italy Rolly Pistoia Poland Mazowzanka
Taugrés 1st of 4 teams France SLUC Nancy Greece Nikas Peristeri
Cáceres 1st of 4 teams Portugal Ovarense Croatia Zrinjevac Turkey Tofaş
Turismo Andaluz Granada 2nd of 4 teams Italy Telemarket Roma
1997–98 Tau Cerámica 2nd of 4 teams Italy Riello Mash Verona
León Caja España 1st of 4 teams Greece Nikas Peristeri
Unicaja 1st of 4 teams Lithuania Šiauliai Italy Calze Pompea Roma
TDK Manresa 2nd of 4 teams Greece Aris Moda Bagno
1998–99 Adecco Estudiantes 1st of 4 teams Croatia Benston Zagreb Poland Pogoń Ruda Śląska Russia Arsenal Tula Belgium Sunair Oostende Spain FC Barcelona Silver medal europe.svg
FC Barcelona 1st of 4 teams Slovenia Krka Turkey Darüşşafaka Italy Ducato Siena Greece Panionios Spain Adecco Estudiantes Korac Cup (cropped).png
Unicaja 4th of 4 teams
Fórum Valladolid 2nd of 4 teams Turkey Beşiktaş
1999–00 Adecco Estudiantes 1st of 4 teams Cyprus Apollon Limassol Greece Nikas Peristeri Poland Anwil Włocławek Spain Unicaja
Jabones Pardo Fuenlabrada 3rd of 4 teams
Casademont Girona 1st of 4 teams Italy Lineltex Andrea Costa Imola Italy Pepsi Rimini Italy Aeroporti di Roma Virtus France Limoges CSP
Unicaja 1st of 4 teams Italy Bipop Carire Reggiana Turkey Galatasaray Greece Maroussi Spain Adecco Estudiantes France Limoges CSP Silver medal europe.svg
2000–01 Canarias Telecom Portugal Portugal Telecom
Unicaja Belgium Telindus Union Mons Hainaut 1st of 4 teams France JDA Dijon Israel Maccabi Ramat Gan Netherlands Ricoh Astronauts Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hemofarm Korac Cup (cropped).png
Cáceres Portugal Oliveirense 1st of 4 teams Belgium Athlon Ieper
Casademont Girona Belgium Athlon Ieper
2001–02
Jabones Pardo Fuenlabrada Belgium Stretch-Top Bingoal Bree 1st of 4 teams Portugal Porto Greece Maroussi Telestet
Fórum Valladolid Portugal Madeira 4th of 4 teams

Historical progression by teamEdit

This tables do not include matches for the third place.

AndorraEdit

Second tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
2017–18 EuroCup 5th of 6 teams
2018–19 EuroCup 2nd of 6 teams 2nd of 4 teams France ASVEL Germany Alba Berlin
Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1995–96 Korać Cup Austria Wels Serbia and Montenegro Vojvodina 4th of 4 teams

AskatuakEdit

Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1977–78 Korać Cup France Berck
1978–79 Korać Cup France Antibes

BarcelonaEdit

First tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1959–60 European Cup Morocco Marocaine Poland Polonia Warszawa
1981–82 European Cup 1st of 4 teams Not played 4th of 6 teams
1983–84 European Cup Turkey Efes Pilsen Scotland Murray Edinburgh 1st of 6 teams Not played Italy Banco di Roma Virtus
1987–88 European Cup Poland Śląsk Wrocław 5th of 8 teams
1988–89 European Cup Finland KTP 2nd of 8 teams Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jugoplastika
1989–90 European Cup Czechoslovakia Baník Cigel' Prievidza 1st of 8 teams Greece Aris Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jugoplastika
1990–91 European Cup Luxembourg Hiefenech 1st of 8 teams Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Pop 84
1991–92 European League Turkey Fenerbahçe 2nd of 8 teams Italy Philips Milano
1993–94 European League Belarus RTI Minsk 4th of 8 teams Turkey Efes Pilsen Spain 7up Joventut
1994–95 European League Cyprus Pezoporikos Larnaca 5th of 8 teams
1995–96 European League 1st of 8 teams Turkey Ülker Spain Real Madrid Greece Panathinaikos
1996–97 EuroLeague 3rd of 6 teams Germany Alba Berlin Italy Teamsystem Bologna France ASVEL Greece Olympiacos
1997–98 EuroLeague 3rd of 6 teams Russia CSKA Moscow
1999–2000 EuroLeague 1st of 6 teams Turkey Ülker Slovenia Union Olimpija Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv
2000–01 Euroleague 1st of 6 teams Italy Benetton Treviso
2001–02 Euroleague 2nd of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams
2002–03 Euroleague 2nd of 8 teams 1st of 4 teams Not played Russia CSKA Moscow Italy Benetton Treviso
2003–04 Euroleague 1st of 8 teams 3rd of 4 teams
2004–05 Euroleague 2nd of 8 teams 3rd of 4 teams
2005–06 Euroleague 3rd of 8 teams 1st of 4 teams Spain Real Madrid Russia CSKA Moscow
2006–07 Euroleague 2nd of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams Spain Unicaja
2007–08 Euroleague 3rd of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv
2008–09 Euroleague 1st of 6 teams 1st of 4 teams Spain Tau Cerámica Russia CSKA Moscow
2009–10 Euroleague 1st of 6 teams 1st of 4 teams Spain Real Madrid Russia CSKA Moscow Greece Olympiacos
2010–11 Euroleague 3rd of 6 teams 1st of 4 teams Greece Panathinaikos
2011–12 Euroleague 1st of 6 teams 1st of 4 teams Russia UNICS Greece Olympiacos
2012–13 Euroleague 1st of 6 teams 1st of 8 teams Greece Panathinaikos Spain Real Madrid
2013–14 Euroleague 3rd of 6 teams 1st of 8 teams Turkey Galatasaray Spain Real Madrid
2014–15 Euroleague 1st of 6 teams 2nd of 8 teams Greece Olympiacos
2015–16 Euroleague 2nd of 6 teams 3rd of 8 teams Russia Lokomotiv Kuban
2016–17 EuroLeague 11th of 16 teams
2017–18 EuroLeague 13th of 16 teams
2018–19 EuroLeague 5th of 16 teams Turkey Anadolu Efes
Second tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1977–78 Cup Winners' Cup England Embassy Milton Keynes Switzerland Viganello 2nd of 4 teams Italy Gabetti Cantù
1978–79 Cup Winners' Cup Iceland ÍR 1st of 4 teams Italy Gabetti Cantù
1979–80 Cup Winners' Cup 2nd of 4 teams Italy Gabetti Cantù
1980–81 Cup Winners' Cup 1st of 4 teams Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Cibona Italy Squibb Cantù
1982–83 Cup Winners' Cup 3rd of 4 teams
1984–85 Cup Winners' Cup Luxembourg Etzella 1st of 4 teams Spain CAI Zaragoza Soviet Union Žalgiris
1985–86 Cup Winners' Cup 1st of 4 teams Soviet Union CSKA Moscow Italy Scavolini Pesaro
Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1973 Korać Cup 1st of 3 teams Not played Belgium Maes Pils
1973–74 Korać Cup Portugal Coimbra Luxembourg T71 Dudelange 2nd of 3 teams
1974–75 Korać Cup Switzerland Union Neuchâtel Portugal Porto 1st of 4 teams Not played Italy Brina Rieti Italy Forst Cantù
1975–76 Korać Cup 2nd of 4 teams
1986–87 Korać Cup 1st of 4 teams Not played Italy Mobilgirgi Caserta France Limoges CSP
1992–93 Korać Cup Romania Sibiu Poland Stal Bobrek Bytom 1st of 4 teams Croatia Zagreb Italy Virtus Roma
1998–99 Korać Cup 1st of 4 teams Slovenia Krka Turkey Darüşşafaka Italy Ducato Siena Greece Panionios Spain Adecco Estudiantes

BaskoniaEdit

First tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1998–99 EuroLeague 5th of 6 teams
2000–01 Euroleague 3rd of 6 teams Greece Peristeri Greece Olympiacos Greece AEK Athens Italy Virtus Bologna
2001–02 Euroleague 1st of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams
2002–03 Euroleague 2nd of 8 teams 3rd of 4 teams
2003–04 Euroleague 4th of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams
2004–05 Euroleague 5th of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams Italy Treviso Russia CSKA Moscow Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv
2005–06 Euroleague 1st of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams Greece Panathinaikos Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv
2006–07 Euroleague 1st of 8 teams 1st of 4 teams Greece Olympiacos Greece Panathinaikos
2007–08 Euroleague 3rd of 8 teams 1st of 4 teams Serbia Partizan Russia CSKA Moscow
2008–09 Euroleague 1st of 6 teams 2nd of 4 teams Spain Barcelona
2009–10 Euroleague 2nd of 6 teams 2nd of 4 teams Russia CSKA Moscow
2010–11 Euroleague 2nd of 6 teams 1st of 4 teams Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv
2011–12 Euroleague 5th of 6 teams
2012–13 Euroleague 4th of 6 teams 4th of 8 teams Russia CSKA Moscow
2013–14 Euroleague 2nd of 6 teams 7th of 8 teams
2014–15 Euroleague 3rd of 6 teams 5th of 8 teams
2015–16 Euroleague 3rd of 6 teams 2nd of 8 teams Greece Panathinaikos Turkey Fenerbahçe
2016–17 EuroLeague 7th of 16 teams Russia CSKA Moscow
2017–18 EuroLeague 7th of 16 teams Turkey Fenerbahçe
2018–19 EuroLeague 7th of 16 teams Russia CSKA Moscow
Second tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1993–94 European Cup Hungary Körmend Lithuania Žalgiris 2nd of 6 teams Not played France Cholet Slovenia Olimpija
1994–95 European Cup Slovakia Pezinok Israel Hapoel Jerusalem 1st of 6 teams Not played Greece Iraklis Italy Treviso
1995–96 European Cup Finland Namika Croatia Zagreb 1st of 6 teams Not played Russia Dynamo Moscow Greece PAOK
1999–00 Saporta Cup 3rd of 6 teams Israel Maccabi Ra'anana Greece AEK Athens
Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1985–86 Korać Cup Netherlands Virtus Werkendam France ASVEL
1991–92 Korać Cup Germany Ludwigsburg 1st of 4 teams Italy Cantù
1992–93 Korać Cup Czechoslovakia Prievidza Belgium Verviers-Pepinster 4th of 4 teams
1996–97 Korać Cup 1st of 4 teams France Nancy Greece Peristeri
1997–98 Korać Cup 2nd of 4 teams Italy Scaligera

BilbaoEdit

First tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
2011–12 Euroleague 4th of 6 teams 2nd of 4 teams Russia CSKA Moscow
Second tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
2008–09 Eurocup 1st of 4 teams 1st of 4 teams Croatia Zadar Russia Khimki
2009–10 Eurocup Ukraine Donetsk 1st of 4 teams 1st of 4 teams Czech Republic Nymburk Germany Alba Berlin
2012–13 Eurocup 1st of 4 teams 1st of 4 teams Germany Ulm Ukraine Budivelnik Russia Lokomotiv Kuban
2013–14 Eurocup 3rd of 6 teams 3rd of 4 teams
2015–16 Eurocup 1st of 6 teams 3rd of 4 teams
2016–17 EuroCup 5th of 5 teams
2017–18 EuroCup 5th of 6 teams

BreogánEdit

Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1985–86 Korać Cup 4th of 4 teams

CáceresEdit

Second tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1997–98 EuroCup 1st of 6 teams Croatia Zagreb
Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1994–95 Korać Cup Netherlands Den Braven Israel Hapoel Galil Elyon 1st of 4 teams Italy Trieste Germany Alba Berlin
1996–97 Korać Cup 1st of 4 teams Portugal Ovarense Croatia Zrinjevac Turkey Tofaş
2000–01 Korać Cup Portugal Oliveirense 1st of 4 teams Belgium Ieper

CajamadridEdit

Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1984–85 Korać Cup Austria Wörthersee Piraten 3rd of 4 teams

CanariasEdit

Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1977–78 Korać Cup West Germany Hagen
1988–89 Korać Cup England Birmingham Bullets Belgium Mechelen
2016–17 Champions League 1st of 8 teams Bye Greece PAOK France ASVEL Italy Reyer Venezia Turkey Banvit
2017–18 Champions League 1st of 8 teams Spain Murcia
2018–19 Champions League 1st of 8 teams Greece Promitheas Israel Hapoel Jerusalem Belgium Antwerp Giants Italy Virtus Bologna

Círcol CatòlicEdit

Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1978–79 Korać Cup France Challans 1st of 4 teams Not Played Italy Sebastiani Rieti
1979–80 Korać Cup England Sunderland 2nd of 4 teams
1980–81 Korać Cup Belgium Anderlecht
1981–82 Korać Cup Netherlands Donar 2nd of 4 teams
1984–85 Korać Cup Scotland Glasgow France Antibes 3rd of 4 teams

Collado VillalbaEdit

Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1991–92 Korać Cup Belgium Castors Braine Greece Iraklis

EspanyolEdit

Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1986–87 Korać Cup Switzerland Vevey France Antibes

EstudiantesEdit

First tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1991–92 European League Sweden Södertälje 2nd of 8 teams Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv Spain Joventut
1992–93 European League Czechoslovakia USK Praha 7th of 8 teams
1996–97 EuroLeague 3rd of 6 teams France ASVEL
1997–98 EuroLeague 4th of 6 teams Italy Virtus Bologna
2000–01 Euroleague 4th of 6 teams Italy Virtus Bologna
2004–05 Euroleague 6th of 8 teams
Second tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1973–74 Cup Winners' Cup Portugal Benfica Austria Wels 2nd of 3 teams Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Crvena zvezda
1975–76 Cup Winners' Cup Finland Espoon Honka 1st of 4 teams France ASPO Tours
2001–02 Saporta Cup 4th of 6 teams Spain Valencia
2002–03 ULEB Cup 2nd of 6 teams Italy Roseto Sharks Italy Varese Spain Valencia
2003–04 ULEB Cup 1st of 6 teams Belgium Spirou Spain Lleida Spain Real Madrid
2005–06 ULEB Cup 5th of 6 teams
2010–11 ULEB Cup 2nd of 4 teams 1st of 4 teams Croatia Cedevita
Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1986–87 Korać Cup France Avignon 2nd of 4 teams
1987–88 Korać Cup Greece Iraklis 3rd of 4 teams
1988–89 Korać Cup Portugal Estrelas Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Olimpija 4th of 4 teams
1990–91 Korać Cup Cyprus Apollon France Gravelines 2nd of 4 teams Spain Joventut
1993–94 Korać Cup Germany Ludwigsburg 3rd of 4 teams
1994–95 Korać Cup England Manchester Giants Turkey Tofaş 3rd of 4 teams
1995–96 Korać Cup Hungary Atomerőmű Belgium Spirou 3rd of 4 teams
1998–99 Korać Cup 1st of 4 teams Croatia Dubrava Poland Pogoń Russia Arsenal Belgium Oostende Spain Barcelona
1999–00 Korać Cup 1st of 4 teams Cyprus Apollon Greece Peristeri Poland Włocławek Spain Málaga
2006–07 EuroCup 1st of 4 teams 1st of 4 teams Russia Dynamo Moscow Spain Girona
2017–18 Champions League Netherlands Donar 5th of 8 teams
2018–19 Champions League Sweden Norrköping Poland Toruń

FuenlabradaEdit

Second tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
2002–03 ULEB Cup 6th of 6 teams
2016–17 EuroCup 2nd of 5 teams 3rd of 4 teams
Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1999–00 Korać Cup 3rd of 4 teams
2001–02 Korać Cup Belgium Bree 1st of 4 teams Portugal Porto Greece Maroussi
2011–12 EuroChallenge 2nd of 4 teams 1st of 4 teams Russia Triumph
2018–19 Champions League 8th of 8 teams

GironaEdit

Second tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
2007–08 ULEB Cup 1st of 6 teams France Élan Chalon Serbia Vršac Russia UNICS Russia Dynamo Moscow Spain Joventut
Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1989–90 Korać Cup Luxembourg Contern Italy Libertas Livorno
1999–00 Korać Cup 1st of 4 teams Italy Andrea Costa Italy Rimini Crabs Italy Virtus Roma France Limoges
2000–01 Korać Cup Belgium Ieper
2006–07 EuroCup 1st of 4 teams 1st of 4 teams Greece Panionios Spain Estudiantes Ukraine Azovmash

GranadaEdit

Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1996–97 Korać Cup 2nd of 4 teams Italy Virtus Roma

Gran CanariaEdit

First tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
2018–19 EuroLeague 14th of 16 teams
Second tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
2003–04 ULEB Cup 2nd of 6 teams Spain Real Madrid
2004–05 ULEB Cup 3rd of 6 teams
2006–07 ULEB Cup 4th of 6 teams Serbia FMP
2007–08 ULEB Cup 1st of 6 teams Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosna Turkey Galatasaray
2008–09 Eurocup Switzerland Fribourg 4th of 4 teams
2009–10 Eurocup 2nd of 4 teams 1st of 4 teams Greece Panellinios
2010–11 Eurocup Croatia Zagreb 1st of 4 teams 3rd of 4 teams
2011–12 Eurocup Germany Artland Dragons 3rd of 4 teams
2014–15 Eurocup 1st of 6 teams 1st of 4 teams Croatia Cedevita Turkey Karşıyaka Russia UNICS Russia Khimki
2015–16 Eurocup 1st of 6 teams 1st of 4 teams France Limoges Poland Zielona Góra Turkey Galatasaray
2016–17 EuroCup 1st of 5 teams 2nd of 4 teams Israel Hapoel Jerusalem
2017–18 EuroCup 4th of 6 teams 2nd of 4 teams Russia Lokomotiv Kuban
Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
2000-01 Korać Cup Portugal Portugal Telecom
2005–06 EuroCup 3rd of 4 teams

GranollersEdit

Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1978–79 Korać Cup England Sunderland France Caen
1985–86 Korać Cup Luxembourg Amicale Belgium Mechelen 4th of 4 teams

JoventutEdit

First tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1967–68 European Cup Morocco FAR Rabat Poland Legia Warsaw 3rd of 4 teams
1978–79 European Cup 1st of 4 teams Not played 5th of 6 teams
1991–92 European League 1st of 8 teams Croatia Cibona Spain Estudiantes Serbia and Montenegro Partizan
1992–93 European League 5th of 8 teams
1993–94 European League Latvia Brocēni 3rd of 8 teams Spain Real Madrid Spain Barcelona Greece Olympiacos
1994–95 European League Latvia Brocēni 8th of 8 teams
2006–07 Euroleague 3rd of 8 teams 4th of 4 teams
2008–09 Euroleague 5th of 6 teams
Second tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1966–67 Cup Winners' Cup Portugal Benfica Netherlands Flamingo's Haarlem Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv
1969–70 Cup Winners' Cup Austria Radenthein Finland Helsingin Kisa-Toverit Greece AEK Athens
1970–71 Cup Winners' Cup Scotland Boroughmuir Hungary MAFC Bulgaria Balkan Botevgrad Soviet Union Spartak St.Petersburg
1971–72 Cup Winners' Cup Albania Partizani Tirana England Crystal Palace 2nd of 3 teams Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Crvena zvezda
1972–73 Cup Winners' Cup Luxembourg Sparta Bertrange France Antibes 2nd of 3 teams Soviet Union Spartak St.Petersburg
1974–75 Cup Winners' Cup Egypt Al-Gezira Hungary Honvéd 4th of 4 teams
1976–77 Cup Winners' Cup Netherlands Flamingo's Haarlem Scotland Boroughmuir 2nd of 4 teams Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Radnički
1985–86 Cup Winners' Cup England Manchester Giants 1st of 4 teams Italy Victoria Libertas
1986–87 Cup Winners' Cup 3rd of 4 teams
1987–88 Cup Winners' Cup Luxembourg Contern 1st of 4 teams West Germany Bayer Leverkusen France Limoges
1997–98 EuroCup 1st of 6 teams Turkey Fenerbahçe France ASVEL
1998–99 Saporta Cup 1st of 6 teams Austria Oberwart Gunners Israel Hapoel Jerusalem Spain Valencia
2002–03 ULEB Cup 2nd of 6 teams Belgium Spirou Serbia and Montenegro FMP Slovenia Krka
2003–04 ULEB Cup 3rd of 6 teams Italy Olimpia Milano Serbia and Montenegro FMP
2004–05 ULEB Cup 2nd of 6 teams Spain Valencia
2007–08 ULEB Cup 1st of 6 teams Austria Swans Gmunden Russia Khimki Spain Valencia Turkey Galatasaray Spain Girona
2009–10 ULEB Cup 2nd of 4 teams 3rd of 4 teams
Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1973–74 Korać Cup Switzerland Federale Portugal Porto 2nd of 3 teams
1975–76 Korać Cup West Germany Wolfenbüttel 1st of 4 teams Not Played Italy Auxilium Torino
1977–78 Korać Cup France Pau-Orthez 1st of 4 teams Not Played Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan
1979–80 Korać Cup Hungary Vasas 3rd of 4 teams
1980–81 Korać Cup 1st of 4 teams Not played Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Crvena Zvezda Italy Reyer Venezia
1981–82 Korać Cup 3rd of 4 teams
1982–83 Korać Cup 4th of 4 teams
1988–89 Korać Cup West Germany Bamberg 2nd of 4 teams
1989–90 Korać Cup Belgium Spirou 1st of 4 teams Italy Libertas Livorno Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bosna Italy Victoria Libertas
1990–91 Korać Cup Switzerland Bellinzona 1st of 4 teams Spain Estudiantes Spain Real Madrid
2005–06 EuroCup 1st of 4 teams 2nd of 4 teams Russia Lokomotiv Rostov Ukraine Kiev Russia Khimki
2017–18 Champions League Georgia (country) Dinamo Tbilisi Finland Kataja

Kas VitoriaEdit

Second tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1967–68 Cup Winners' Cup Portugal Coimbra Greece AEK Athens
Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1973–74 Korać Cup West Germany Wolfenbüttel France Antibes

InmobancoEdit

Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1980–81 Korać Cup England Hemel Hempstead France Pau-Orthez

LeónEdit

Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1992–93 Korać Cup Switzerland Bellinzona Germany Alba Berlin 2nd of 4 teams Italy Virtus Roma
1993–94 Korać Cup Austria Traiskirchen Israel Hapoel Jerusalem 3rd of 4 teams
1997–98 Korać Cup 1st of 4 teams Greece Peristeri

LleidaEdit

Second tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
2002–03 ULEB Cup 2nd of 6 teams Russia Ural Great Slovenia Krka
2003–04 ULEB Cup 1st of 6 teams Greece Makedonikos Spain Estudiantes

Lucentum AlicanteEdit

Second tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
2003–04 ULEB Cup 5th of 6 teams
2005–06 ULEB Cup 3rd of 6 teams Serbia and Montenegro Vršac

MálagaEdit

First tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1995–96 European League Croatia Zrinjevac 5th of 8 teams
2001–02 Euroleague 5th of 8 teams
2002–03 Euroleague 4th of 8 teams 4th of 4 teams
2003–04 Euroleague 7th of 8 teams
2004–05 Euroleague 6th of 8 teams
2005–06 Euroleague 1st of 8 teams 3rd of 4 teams
2006–07 Euroleague 4th of 8 teams 1st of 4 teams Spain Barcelona Russia CSKA Moscow
2007–08 Euroleague 3rd of 8 teams 3rd of 4 teams
2008–09 Euroleague 1st of 6 teams 3rd of 4 teams
2009–10 Euroleague 2nd of 6 teams 3rd of 4 teams
2010–11 Euroleague 3rd of 6 teams 4th of 4 teams
2011–12 Euroleague 3rd of 6 teams 4th of 4 teams
2012–13 Euroleague 2nd of 6 teams 5th of 8 teams
2013–14 Euroleague 3rd of 6 teams 5th of 8 teams
2014–15 Euroleague 3rd of 6 teams 7th of 8 teams
2015–16 Euroleague 2nd of 6 teams 7th of 8 teams
2017–18 EuroLeague 9th of 16 teams
Second tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
2016–17 EuroCup 4th of 5 teams 2nd of 4 teams Germany Bayern Munich Russia Lokomotiv Kuban Spain Valencia
2018–19 EuroCup 2nd of 6 teams 2nd of 4 teams Germany Alba Berlin
Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1989–90 Korać Cup Belgium Castors Braine
1990–91 Korać Cup West Germany Charlottenburg
1996–97 Korać Cup 1st of 4 teams Slovenia Maribor Italy Olimpia Pistoia Poland Pruszków
1997–98 Korać Cup 1st of 4 teams Lithuania Šiauliai Italy Virtus Roma
1998–99 Korać Cup 4th of 4 teams
1999–00 Korać Cup 1st of 4 teams Italy Reggiana Turkey Galatasaray Greece Maroussi Spain Estudiantes France Limoges
2000–01 Korać Cup Belgium Mons-Hainaut 1st of 4 teams France Dijon Israel Ironi Ramat Gan Netherlands Amsterdam Serbia and Montenegro Vršac

ManresaEdit

First tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1998–99 EuroLeague 5th of 6 teams
Second tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1996–97 EuroCup 2nd of 6 teams Hungary Körmend Greece Iraklis
Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1972 Korać Cup France Antibes
1987–88 Korać Cup England Manchester Giants
1994–95 Korać Cup Hungary Alba Fehérvár Turkey Galatasaray 3rd of 4 teams
1995–96 Korać Cup Belgium Verviers-Pepinster Turkey Tofaş 3rd of 4 teams
1997–98 Korać Cup 2nd of 4 teams Greece Aris

MurciaEdit

Second tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
2016–17 EuroCup 3rd of 5 teams 4th of 4 teams
Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
2017–18 Champions League 4th of 8 teams Spain Canarias Turkey Karşıyaka Greece AEK Athens
2018–19 Champions League Belgium Spirou 1st of 8 teams Belgium Antwerp Giants

OAR FerrolEdit

Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1981–82 Korać Cup Portugal Sangalhos France Tours
1982–83 Korać Cup France Monaco
1984–85 Korać Cup Belgium Mechelen Greece AEK Athens 3rd of 4 teams

OurenseEdit

Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
2002–03 Champions Cup 2nd of 6 teams 4th of 4 teams

PicaderoEdit

Second tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1968–69 Cup Winners' Cup Sweden Solna East Germany Berlin 1893
Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1972 Korać Cup Belgium Standard Liège
1973 Korać Cup 1st of 3 teams Not Played Italy Cantù

PinedaEdit

Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1974–75 Korać Cup France Denain Voltaire
1978–79 Korać Cup Belgium Standard Liège

Real BetisEdit

First tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1996–97 EuroLeague 4th of 6 teams Italy Fortitudo Bologna
1999–00 EuroLeague 5th of 6 teams
Second tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
2000–01 Saporta Cup 4th of 6 teams Poland Włocławek
2008–09 Eurocup Latvia ASK Riga
2010–11 Eurocup 2nd of 4 teams 2nd of 4 teams Ukraine Budivelnik Italy Treviso Russia UNICS
2012–13 Eurocup 2nd of 4 teams 4th of 4 teams
2014–15 Eurocup 4th of 6 teams 4th of 4 teams
Third tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1993–94 Korać Cup Portugal Esgueira Israel Bnei Hasharon 4th of 4 teams
1994–95 Korać Cup Belgium Verviers-Pepinster Germany Ulm 3rd of 4 teams
2008–09 EuroChallenge 2nd of 4 teams 3rd of 4 teams

Real MadridEdit

First tier
Season Earlier stages Last 24 / 32 Last 12 / 16 Last 6 / 8 Semifinals Final
1958 European Cup Portugal Barreirense Belgium Anderlecht Soviet Union Rīgas ASK
1958–59 European Cup Switzerland Urania Genève France Charleville
1960–61 European Cup Austria Engelmann Wien Belgium Antwerpse Soviet Union Rīgas ASK
1961–62 European Cup Morocco Casablancais Italy Varese Poland Legia Warsaw Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Olimpija Soviet Union Dinamo Tbilisi
1962–63 European Cup Portugal Benfica Greece Panathinaikos Hungary Honvéd Czechoslovakia Brno Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
1963–64 European Cup Northern Ireland Celtic West Germany Alemannia Aachen Poland Legia Warsaw Italy Olimpia Milano Czechoslovakia Brno
1964–65 European Cup Finland Helsingin France ASVEL Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia OKK Beograd Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
1965–66 European Cup Sweden Alvik 4th of 4 teams
1966–67 European Cup Luxembourg Black Star Mersch West Germany Heidelberg 1st of 4 teams Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Olimpija Italy Olimpia Milano
1967–68 European Cup Scotland Boroughmuir Netherlands Utrecht 2nd of 4 teams Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zadar Czechoslovakia Brno
1968–69 European Cup England Aldershot Warriors West Germany Gießen 46ers 1st of 4 teams Belgium Standard Liège Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
1969–70 European Cup Portugal Sporting Hungary Honvéd 1st of 4 teams Italy Varese
1970–71 European Cup Sweden Alvik United Arab Republic Al-Zamalek 2nd of 4 teams Italy Varese
1971–72 European Cup Denmark Virum West Germany Leverkusen 2nd of 4 teams Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Split
1972–73 European Cup Iceland ÍR England Epping Avenue 3rd of 4 teams
1973–74 European Cup Switzerland Fribourg West Germany Heidelberg 1st of 4 teams France Berck Italy Varese
1974–75 European Cup 1st of 6 teams Not played Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zadar Italy Varese
1975–76 European Cup Iceland ÍR 1st of 6 teams Not played France ASVEL Italy Varese
1976–77 European Cup 1st of 4 teams Not played 4th of 6 teams
1977–78 European Cup 1st of 4 teams Not played 1st of 6 teams Not played Italy Varese
1978–79 European Cup 1st of 4 teams Not played 4th of 6 teams
1979–80 European Cup 1st of 4 teams Not played 2nd of 6 teams Not played Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv
1980–81 European Cup 1st of 4 teams Not played 5th of 6 teams
1982–83 European Cup Sweden Alvik England Crystal Palace 3rd of 6 teams
1984–85 European Cup Austria Klosterneuburg Switzerland Vevey 2nd of 6 teams Not played Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Cibona
1985–86 European Cup Scotland Livingston Switzerland Fribourg 4th of 6 teams
1986–87 European Cup England Manchester Giants Czechoslovakia Brno 6th of 6 teams
1992–93 European League Bulgaria CSKA Sofia 1st of 8 teams Italy Virtus Bologna France Limoges
1993–94 European League