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Turkish basketball clubs in international competitions

Turkish basketball clubs in European and worldwide competitions is the performance record of men's professional basketball clubs from Turkey's top-tier level league, the Basketbol Süper Ligi (BSL), in international competitions.

The finalsEdit

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Season Champions Result Runners-up Date Venue
FIBA European Champions Cup & EuroLeague (1st tier)
2015–16
CSKA Moscow   101–96   Fenerbahçe 15/05/2016 Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin
2016–17
Fenerbahçe   80–64   Olympiacos 21/05/2017 Sinan Erdem Dome, Istanbul
2017–18
Real Madrid   85–80   Fenerbahçe Doğuş 20/05/2018 Štark Arena, Belgrade
FIBA Saporta Cup (2nd tier)
1992–93
Sato Aris   50–48   Efes Pilsen 16/03/1993 PalaRuffini, Turin
EuroCup Basketball (2nd tier)
2015–16
Galatasaray Odeabank   140–133 (two-leg)   SIG 22 & 27/04/2015 Rhénus Sport, Strasbourg Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
2017–18
Darüşşafaka   148–137 (two-leg)   Lokomotiv Kuban 10 & 13/04/2018 Basket-Hall, Krasnodar Volkswagen Arena, Istanbul
FIBA Korać Cup (3rd tier)
1995–96
Efes Pilsen   146–145 (two-leg)   Stefanel Milano 06 & 13/03/1996 Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul Forum di Milanofiori, Assago
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)
2011–12
Beşiktaş Milangaz   91–86   Élan Chalon 29/04/2012 Főnix Hall, Debrecen
2012–13
Krasnye Krylia   77–76   Pınar Karşıyaka 28/04/2013 Karşıyaka Arena, İzmir
2014–15
JSF Nanterre   64–63   Trabzonspor Medical Park 26/04/2015 Hayri Gür Arena, Trabzon

Turkish clubs in EuroLeague (1st tier)Edit

Season to seasonEdit

Year Team _______ Earlier stage _______ ________ Last 24 to 32 ________ ________ Last 12 to 16 ________ _________ Last 6 to 8 _________ _________ Semifinals _________ ____________ Final ____________
1958
Modaspor   AŠK Olimpija
1958–59
1959–60 Fenerbahçe   Maccabi Tel Aviv   Academic
1960–61 Galatasaray   Olympiacos   Hapoel Tel Aviv
1961–62 Darüşşafaka   Hapoel Tel Aviv   Dinamo Tbilisi
1962–63 Darüşşafaka   Honvéd
1963–64 Galatasaray   AEK   Steaua București
1964–65 Galatasaray   Lokomotiv Sofia
1965–66 Fenerbahçe   Dinamo București
1966–67 Galatasaray   Honvéd
1967–68 Altinordu   Spartak ZJŠ Brno
1968–69 İTÜ   Wisła Kraków   Maccabi Tel Aviv
1969–70 Galatasaray   Engelmann Wien
1970–71 İTÜ   Partizani Tirana   Slavia VŠ Praha
1971–72 İTÜ   Radio Koch Wien
1972–73 İTÜ   Wienerberger
1973–74 İTÜ   Ford Antwerpen
1974–75 Muhafızgücü   Transol RZ
1975–76 Beşiktaş   Federale
1976–77 Eczacıbaşı 3rd of 4 teams
1977–78 Eczacıbaşı 3rd of 4 teams
1978–79 Eczacıbaşı 3rd of 3 teams
1979–80 Efes Pilsen 4th of 4 teams
1980–81 Eczacıbaşı 3rd of 4 teams
1981–82 Eczacıbaşı 3rd of 4 teams
1982–83 Eczacıbaşı   Billy Milano
1983–84 Efes Pilsen   FC Barcelona
1984–85 Efes Pilsen   Rudá hvězda Pardubice   Banco di Roma Virtus
1985–86 Galatasaray   Cibona
1986–87 Galatasaray   Zagłębie   Žalgiris
1987–88 Karşıyaka   Orthez
1988–89 Eczacıbaşı   Zbrojovka Brno
1989–90 Eczacıbaşı   Lech Poznań
1990–91 Galatasaray   Vllaznia   Pop 84
1991–92 Fenerbahçe   FC Barcelona
1992–93 Efes Pilsen   Benetton Fribourg Olympic   Pau-Orthez
1993–94 Efes Pilsen   Žalgiris 1st of 8 teams   Banca Catalana FC Barcelona
1994–95 Efes Pilsen   Kärcher Hisings-Kärra 6th of 8 teams
1995–96 Ülker   Sunair Oostende 4th of 8 teams   Banca Catalana FC Barcelona
1996–97 Efes Pilsen 1st of 6 teams 1st of 6 teams   Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv   ASVEL
Ülker 4th of 6 teams 5th of 6 teams
1997–98 Efes Pilsen 2nd of 6 teams 2nd of 6 teams   Cibona   Benetton Treviso
Türk Telekom PTT 4th of 6 teams 5th of 6 teams
Ülker 5th of 6 teams 5th of 6 teams
1998–99 Ülker 4th of 6 teams 4th of 6 teams   Žalgiris
Efes Pilsen 2nd of 6 teams 2nd of 6 teams   CSKA Moscow   Žalgiris
Fenerbahçe 2nd of 6 teams 2nd of 6 teams   Real Madrid Teka
1999–00 Tofaş 5th of 6 teams 5th of 6 teams
Efes Pilsen 1st of 6 teams 1st of 6 teams   Alba Berlin   ASVEL   Panathinaikos   FC Barcelona  
Ülker 4th of 6 teams 4th of 6 teams   FC Barcelona
2000–01 Efes Pilsen 2nd of 10 teams   Lietuvos rytas   Split CO   Panathinaikos   CSKA Moscow  
Ülker 4th of 10 teams   Scavolini Pesaro
2001–02 Ülker 4th of 8 teams 4th of 4 teams
Efes Pilsen 4th of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams
2002–03 Efes Pilsen 3rd of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams
Ülker 2nd of 8 teams 4th of 4 teams
2003–04 Efes Pilsen 1st of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams
Ülker 3rd of 8 teams 4th of 4 teams
2004–05 Efes Pilsen 2nd of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams   Panathinaikos
Ülker 4th of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams   CSKA Moscow
2005–06 Efes Pilsen 2nd of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams   CSKA Moscow
Ülker 5th of 8 teams 4th of 4 teams
2006–07 Fenerbahçe Ülker 7th of 8 teams
Efes Pilsen 4th of 8 teams 3rd of 4 teams
2007–08 Fenerbahçe Ülker 4th of 8 teams 2nd of 4 teams   Montepaschi Siena
Efes Pilsen 4th of 8 teams 4th of 4 teams
2008–09 Fenerbahçe Ülker 3rd of 6 teams 4th of 4 teams
Efes Pilsen 5th of 6 teams
2009–10 Efes Pilsen 4th of 6 teams 4th of 4 teams
Fenerbahçe Ülker 6th of 6 teams
2010–11 Fenerbahçe Ülker 2nd of 6 teams 3rd of 4 teams
Efes Pilsen 3rd of 6 teams 3rd of 4 teams
2011–12 Fenerbahçe Ülker 1st of 6 teams 4th of 4 teams
Galatasaray Medical Park   Lietuvos rytas 4th of 6 teams 3rd of 4 teams
Anadolu Efes 3rd of 6 teams 4th of 4 teams
2012–13 Beşiktaş 3rd of 6 teams 7th of 8 teams
Anadolu Efes 3rd of 6 teams 3rd of 8 teams   Olympiacos
Fenerbahçe Ülker 4th of 6 teams 8th of 8 teams
2013–14 Galatasaray Liv Hospital 2nd of 6 teams 4th of 8 teams   FC Barcelona
Anadolu Efes 4th of 6 teams 8th of 8 teams
Fenerbahçe Ülker 1st of 6 teams 6th of 8 teams
2014–15 Fenerbahçe Ülker 2nd of 6 teams 2nd of 8 teams   Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv   Real Madrid   CSKA Moscow (4th)
Galatasaray Liv Hospital 4th of 6 teams 8th of 8 teams
Anadolu Efes 2nd of 6 teams 4th of 8 teams   Real Madrid
2015–16 Pınar Karşıyaka 5th of 6 teams
Anadolu Efes 2nd of 6 teams 5th of 8 teams
Fenerbahçe 1st of 6 teams 1st of 8 teams   Real Madrid   Laboral Kutxa   CSKA Moscow  
Darüşşafaka Doğuş 4th of 6 teams 6th of 8 teams
2016–17 Fenerbahçe 4th of 16 teams   Panathinaikos Superfoods   Real Madrid   Olympiacos  
Anadolu Efes 6th of 16 teams   Olympiacos
Galatasaray Odeabank 12th of 16 teams
Darüşşafaka Doğuş 8th of 16 teams   Real Madrid
2017–18 Fenerbahçe Doğuş 2nd of 16 teams   Kirolbet Baskonia   Žalgiris   Real Madrid  
Anadolu Efes 16th of 16 teams

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

Season to seasonEdit

Year Team _______ Earlier stage _______ ___________ Last 48 ___________ ________ Last 24 to 32 ________ ________ Last 12 to 16 ________ _________ Last 6 to 8 _________ _________ Semifinals _________ ____________ Final ____________
1966–67 İTÜ   Partizan
1967–68 Fenerbahçe   ASVEL
1968–69 Altinordu   AŠK Olimpija
1969–70 İTÜ   Lokomotiva
1970–71 Galatasaray   Steaua București
1971–72 Beşiktaş   AEK
1972–73 Galatasaray   Vllaznia   Śląsk Wrocław
1973–74 TED Ankara Kolejliler   Beitar Jerusalem   Saclà Asti
1974–75 Şekerspor   Honvéd
1975–76 Galatasaray   Sutton & Crystal Palace
1976–77 Beşiktaş   Fribourg Olympic   Steaua București
1977–78 Beşiktaş   Levski-Spartak
1978–79 Tofaş   Radnički Belgrade
1979–80 Eczacıbaşı   Steaua București   Sunair Oostende 4th of 4 teams
1980–81 Efes Pilsen   Levski-Spartak 4th of 4 teams
1981–82 Beşiktaş   Dinamo București
1982–83 Beşiktaş   Soproni MAFC
1983–84 Fenerbahçe   Steaua București
1984–85 Karşıyaka   Spartak Pleven
1985–86 Fenerbahçe   Chemosvit
1986–87 Efes Pilsen   Champel Genève   Balkan Botevgrad 3rd of 4 teams
1987–88 Galatasaray   Polycell Kingston
1988–89 Çukurova Üniversitesi   CSKA Sofia
1989–90 Çukurova Üniversitesi   Honvéd   Knorr Bologna
1990–91 Paşabahçe   Crvena zvezda
1991–92 Tofaş   Glaxo Verona
Fenerbahçe   Alba Berlin
1992–93 Nasaş   Bobcat Gent   Ovarense
Efes Pilsen   Dinamo București 1st of 6 teams Bye   Hapoel Galil Elyon   Sato Aris  
1993–94 Tofaş   CSKA Sofia   Olitalia Siena 5th of 6 teams
1994–95 Fenerbahçe   UBC Sankt Pölten   Kärcher Hisings-Kärra 3rd of 6 teams
1995–96 Galatasaray   AŠK Inter Bratislava
1996–97 Türk Telekom PTT 2nd of 6 teams   Torpan Pojat   Dexim Apollon Patras   PSG Racing
Fenerbahçe 1st of 6 teams   Bavaria Volltex   Hapoel Jerusalem
1997–98 Fenerbahçe 4th of 6 teams   Festina Joventut
Tofaş 2nd of 6 teams   Pivovarna Laško   Žalgiris
1998–99 Türk Telekom 2nd of 6 teams   Kovinotehna Savinjska Polzela   Partizan
Tofaş 1st of 6 teams   TBB Trier   Ratiopharm Ulm   Budućnost
1999–00 Fenerbahçe 5th of 6 teams
Darüşşafaka 1st of 6 teams   Radnički Belgrade   Porto
2000–01 Beşiktaş 4th of 6 teams   Pamesa Valencia
Pınar Karşıyaka 5th of 6 teams
2001–02 Türk Telekom 3rd of 6 teams   Panionios
Darüşşafaka 6th of 6 teams

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

Season to seasonEdit

Year Team _______ Earlier stage _______ ________ Last 64 to 48 ________ ________ Last 24 to 32 ________ ________ Last 12 to 16 ________ _________ Last 6 to 8 _________ _________ Semifinals _________ ____________ Final ____________
1972
1973
1973–74
1974–75 Galatasaray   Hapoel Gvat/Yagur
1975–76 Karşıyaka   Cherno More Port Varna
1976–77 Karşıyaka   Canon Venezia
1977–78 İTÜ   Bosna
Şekerspor   Inter Slovnaft
1978–79 Karşıyaka   Wolfenbüttel
1979–80 Karşıyaka   CEPF
Tofaş   Éveil Monceau 4th of 4 teams
Ziraat Fakültesi   Cibona
1980–81 Beşiktaş   Zadar
İstanbul Bankası Yenişehir   Hapoel Tel Aviv
Karşıyaka   Vasas
1981–82 Efes Pilsen   Spa Verviers-Pepinster 4th of 4 teams
Karşıyaka   Vasas
1982–83 Efes Pilsen   Nová huť Ostrava
Tofaş   Crvena zvezda
Galatasaray   ZTE
Karşıyaka   Maes Pils
1983–84 Eczacıbaşı   Partizan 3rd of 4 teams
Beşiktaş   Spartak Pleven
İTÜ   Tours
1984–85 Fenerbahçe   ZTE   Borac Čačak 4th of 4 teams
İTÜ   Akademik Varna
1985–86 Çukurova Üniversitesi   Berloni Torino
Eczacıbaşı   Steiner Bayreuth
1986–87 Çukurova Üniversitesi   Videoton
Karşıyaka   Renault Gent   Budućnost
1987–88 Efes Pilsen   Monaco
Beslen Makarna   Jugoplastika
Beşiktaş   Akademik Varna   Crvena zvezda
1988–89 Galatasaray   Nyon   CAI Zaragoza
Efes Pilsen   Regenerin Klagenfurt   Zadar
Fenerbahçe   Crvena zvezda
Tofaş   Szolnoki Honvéd   Wiwa Vismara Cantù
1989–90 Beslen Makarna   TTL Bamberg
Efes Pilsen   WAT Wieden   Bellinzona 1st of 4 teams   Bosna
Fenerbahçe   Bosna
Paşabahçe   Oroszlányi Bányász   Iraklis Thessaloniki
1990–91 Efes Pilsen   Tungsram   Mulhouse
Fenerbahçe   Go Pass Verviers-Pepinster
Çukurova Üniversitesi   Honvéd
Tofaş   Phonola Caserta
1991–92 Paşabahçe   Alvik   Shampoo Clear Cantù
TED Ankara Kolejliler   Stal Bobrek Bytom   Zadar
Efes Pilsen   ZTE Heraklith   Hapoel Jerusalem
Çukurova Üniversitesi   Baník Cígeľ Prievidza   Benetton Treviso
1992–93 Fenerbahçe   Merani Tbilisi   Politehnica Timișoara   Maccabi Rishon LeZion 3rd of 4 teams
Çukurova Üniversitesi   Olympique Antibes
TED Ankara Kolejliler   Hapoel Jerusalem   Zagreb
Tofaş   Grupo LIbro Valladolid   Spirou Charleroi
1993–94 Fenerbahçe   Sparta Praha   Kessel-Lo Leuven 3rd of 4 teams
TED Ankara Kolejliler   Nemetali Ogražden   Sunair Oostende   Alba Berlin
Galatasaray   Baník Cígeľ Prievidza   NatWest Zaragoza
Ülker   Avtodor Saratov   Zagreb
1994–95 Ülker   Spirou Charleroi   PSG Racing 2nd of 4 teams   Pau-Orthez
PTT   Shakhtar Donetsk   Bramsche Osnabrück   Pitch Cholet
Galatasaray   Lavera   TDK Manresa
Tofaş   Nemetali Strumica   Borås Basket   Estudiantes Argentaria
1995–96 Fenerbahçe   Racing Basket Antwerpen   JDA Dijon 2nd of 4 teams   Efes Pilsen
Efes Pilsen   Kovinotehna Savinjska Polzela   Maccabi Rishon LeZion 1st of 4 teams   Fenerbahçe   Teamsystem Bologna   Stefanel Milano  
Tofaş   Satex Maribor   London Towers   TDK Manresa
PTT   Ficosota Shumen   Scavolini Pesaro
1996–97 Tofaş 2nd of 4 teams   Kalev   Benston Zagreb   Cáceres   Mazowzanka   Aris  
Galatasaray 3rd of 4 teams
Beşiktaş 2nd of 4 teams   Aris
Meysu 1st of 4 teams   Telecomp Vinkovci   Mazowzanka
1997–98 Kombassan Konya 2nd of 4 teams   SLUC Nancy   Papagou Katselis   Crvena zvezda
Tuborg 3rd of 4 teams
Galatasaray 2nd of 4 teams   Ventspils
Darüşşafaka 1st of 4 teams   Komfort Stargard Szczeciński   Crvena zvezda
1998–99 Beşiktaş 1st of 4 teams   Fórum Valladolid   Brotnjo   Sunair Oostende
Darüşşafaka 1st of 4 teams   Neptūnas   FC Barcelona
Galatasaray 1st of 3 teams   Alita Alytus   Sunair Oostende
Tuborg 4th of 4 teams
1999–00 Galatasaray 1st of 4 teams   Vacallo Win   Unicaja
Beşiktaş   Posušje 3rd of 4 teams
Türk Telekom 2nd of 4 teams   Pinar Karşıyaka   Aris   Limoges CSP
Pinar Karşıyaka   Yambolgaz 92 1st of 3 teams   Türk Telekom
2000–01 Darüşşafaka   Feal Široki 1st of 4 teams   Hemofarm
Türk Telekom   Sava Osiguranje Rijeka 3rd of 4 teams
Galatasaray   Sloboda Dita
Fenerbahçe   Igokea 3rd of 4 teams   Levski Sofia   Ricoh Astronauts
2001–02 Fenerbahçe   EvrAz
Beşiktaş   Zdravlje 4th of 4 teams
Büyük Kolej   Zenica Čelik 4th of 4 teams

See alsoEdit

European basketball clubs in European and worldwide competitions from:

ReferencesEdit