CEV Champions League

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CEV Champions League
Current season, competition or edition:
2014–15 CEV Champions League
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Euroleague Volleyball
Sport Volleyball
Founded 1959
No. of teams 28 (group stage)
Country CEV members
Continent Europe
Most recent champion(s) Russia Belogorie Belgorod
Official website Website

The CEV Champions League, or CEV DenizBank Volleyball Champions League is the top official competition for men's Volleyball clubs of Europe and takes place every year.

Formula[edit]

In the first round take part 28 teams shared in 7 group stage. After each match the following points are assigned:

  • Winner 3:0 or 3:1 3 points
  • Winner 3:2 2 points
  • Loser 2:3 1 point
  • Loser 1:3 or 0:3 0 points

Seven 1st placed teams as well as five best 2nd placed qualify for the Playoff 12. 6 pairs are formed and two matches are held between teams in pair. 6 winners form 3 pairs and again two matches between competitors are held. Teams in Final Four are: 3- winners of pairs + 1- host of Final Four. Final is held in March.

Results[edit]

European Cup[edit]

Year Final
Champions Score Runners-up
1959–1960 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 3–0, 1–3 Romania Rapid Bucureşti
1960–1961 Romania Rapid Bucureşti 3–1, 3–2 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
1961–1962 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 2–3, 3–1 Romania Rapid Bucureşti
1962–1963 Romania Rapid Bucureşti 3–1, 3–0 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
1963–1964 East Germany SC Leipzig 3–1, 3–1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mladost Zagreb
1964–1965 Romania Rapid Bucureşti 1–3, 3–1, 3–2 Bulgaria Minjor Pernik
1965–1966 Romania Dinamo București 3–1, 3–2 Romania Rapid Bucureşti
1966–1967 Romania Dinamo București 3–0, 1–3, 3–1 Romania Rapid Bucureşti
1967–1968 Czechoslovakia Spartak Brno 1–3, 3–0, 3–1 Romania Dinamo București
1968–1969 Bulgaria CSKA Sofia 3–0, 3–2 Romania Steaua Bucureşti
1969–1970 Soviet Union Burevestnik Alma-Ata 3–0, 3–1 Czechoslovakia Zetor Zbrojovka Brno
1970–1971 Soviet Union Burevestnik Alma-Ata 2–3, 3–1, 3–2 Czechoslovakia Zetor Zbrojovka Brno
1971–1972 Czechoslovakia Zetor Zbrojovka Brno 3–1 Italy Ruini Firenze
1972–1973 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 3–1 Poland Resovia Rzeszów
1973–1974 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 3–2 Romania Dinamo București
1974–1975 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 3–0 East Germany SC Leipzig
1975–1976 Czechoslovakia Dukla Liberec 3–1 Bulgaria Slavia Sofia
1976–1977 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 3–2 Romania Dinamo București
1977–1978 Poland Płomień Milowice 3–1 Netherlands Starlift Blokker
1978–1979 Czechoslovakia Cervena Hvezda Bratislava 3–2 Romania Steaua Bucureşti
1979–1980 Italy Klippan Torino 3–0 Czechoslovakia Cervena Hvezda Bratislava
1980–1981 Romania Dinamo București 3–2 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
1981–1982 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 3–1 Italy Klippan Torino
1982–1983 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 3–0 France AS Cannes
1983–1984 Italy Santal Parma 3–2 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mladost Zagreb
1984–1985 Italy Santal Parma 3–1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mladost Zagreb
1985–1986 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 3–2 Italy Santal Parma
1986–1987 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 3–1 Italy Panini Modena
1987–1988 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 3–0 Italy Panini Modena
1988–1989 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 3–1 Italy Panini Modena
1989–1990 Italy Philips Modena 3–2 France AS Fréjus
1990–1991 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 3–1 Italy Maxicono Parma
1991–1992 Italy Il Messaggero Ravenna 3–0 Greece Olympiacos Piraeus
1992–1993 Italy Edilcuoghi Ravenna 3–0 Italy Maxicono Parma
1993–1994 Italy Edilcuoghi Ravenna 3–0 Italy Maxicono Parma
1994–1995 Italy Sisley Treviso 3–0 Italy Edilcuoghi Ravenna
1995–1996 Italy Daytona Modena 3–1 Germany ASV Dachau
1996–1997 Italy Valtur Modena 3–0 Belgium Noliko Maaseik
1997–1998 Italy Casa Unibon Modena 3–0 Spain Unicaja Almeria
1998–1999 Italy Sisley Treviso 3–0 Belgium Noliko Maaseik
1999–2000 Italy Sisley Treviso 3–1 Germany VfB Friedrichshafen

CEV Champions League[edit]

Year Host Final 3rd place match Number of teams
Champions Score Runners-up 3rd place Score 4th place
2000–2001
Details
France
Paris
France
Paris Volley
3–2 Italy
Sisley Treviso
Italy
Ford B. Gesu Roma
3–2 Greece
Olympiacos Piraeus
16
2001–2002
Details
Poland
Opole
Italy
Lube Banca Macerata
3–1 Greece
Olympiacos Piraeus
Greece
Iraklis Thessaloniki
3–2 Poland
Mostostal-Azoty Kędzierzyn
16
2002–2003
Details
Italy
Milan
Russia
Lokomotiv Belgorod
3–0 Italy
Kerakoll Modena
Poland
Mostostal-Azoty Kędzierzyn
3–0 France
Paris Volley
20
2003–2004
Details
Russia
Belgorod
Russia
Lokomotiv Belgorod
3–0 Russia
Iskra Odintsovo
France
Tours VB
3–2 Greece
Iraklis Thessaloniki
20
2004–2005
Details
Greece
Thessaloniki
France
Tours VB
3–1 Greece
Iraklis Thessaloniki
Russia
Lokomotiv Belgorod
3–0 Germany
VfB Friedrichshafen
20
2005–2006
Details
Italy
Rome
Italy
Sisley Treviso
3–1 Greece
Iraklis Thessaloniki
Russia
Lokomotiv Belgorod
3–1 Russia
Dynamo Moscow
20
2006–2007
Details
Russia
Moscow
Germany
VfB Friedrichshafen
3–1 France
Tours VB
Russia
Dynamo Moscow
3–0 Italy
Lube Banca Marche Macerata
24
2007–2008
Details
Poland
Łódź
Russia
Dynamo-Tattransgaz Kazan
3–2 Italy
Copra Piacenza
Poland
PGE Skra Bełchatów
3–2 Italy
Sisley Treviso
24
2008–2009
Details
Czech Republic
Prague
Italy
Trentino Volley
3–1 Greece
Iraklis Thessaloniki
Russia
Iskra Odintsovo
3–2 Italy
Lube Banca Marche Macerata
24
2009–2010
Details
Poland
Łódź
Italy
Trentino BetClic
3–0 Russia
Dynamo Moscow
Poland
PGE Skra Bełchatów
3–1 Slovenia
ACH Volley Bled
24
2010–2011
Details
Italy
Bolzano
Italy
Trentino BetClic
3–1 Russia
Zenit Kazan
Russia
Dynamo Moscow
3–1 Poland
Jastrzębski Węgiel
24
2011–2012
Details
Poland
Łódź
Russia
Zenit Kazan
3–2 Poland
PGE Skra Bełchatów
Italy
Trentino PlanetWin365
3–0 Turkey
Arkas Izmir
24
2012–2013
Details
Russia
Omsk
Russia
Lokomotiv Novosibirsk
3–2 Italy
Bre Banca Lannutti Cuneo
Russia
Zenit Kazan
3–1 Poland
Zaksa Kędzierzyn-Koźle
28
2013–2014
Details
Turkey
Ankara
Russia
Belogorie Belgorod
3–1 Turkey
Halkbank Ankara
Poland
Jastrzębski Węgiel
3–1 Russia
Zenit Kazan
28

Titles by club[edit]

Club Won Runner-up Years won Years runner-up
Russia CSKA Moscow
13
3
1960, 1962, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1982, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1991 1961, 1963, 1981
Italy Pallavolo Modena
4
4
1990, 1996, 1997, 1998 1987, 1988, 1989, 2003
Italy Sisley Volley
4
1
1995, 1999, 2000, 2006 2001
Romania Rapid Bucureşti
3
4
1961, 1963, 1965 1960, 1962, 1966, 1967
Romania Dinamo Bucureşti
3
3
1966, 1967, 1981 1968, 1974, 1977
Italy Ravenna
3
1
1992, 1993, 1994 1995
Italy Trentino Volley
3
0
2009, 2010, 2011
Russia Belogorie Belgorod
3
0
2003, 2004, 2014
Italy Pallavolo Parma
2
4
1984, 1985 1986, 1991, 1993, 1994
Czech Republic Volejbal Brno
2
2
1968, 1972 1970, 1971
Russia Zenit Kazan
2
1
2008, 2012 2011
Kazakhstan Alma-Ata
2
0
1970, 1971
Germany Leipzig
1
1
1964 1975
Slovakia Cervena Hvezda Bratislava
1
1
1979 1980
Italy Torino
1
1
1980 1982
France Tours VB
1
1
2005 2007
Germany VfB Friedrichshafen
1
1
2007 2000
Bulgaria CSKA Sofia
1
0
1969
Czech Republic Dukla Liberec
1
0
1976
Poland Płomień Milowice
1
0
1978
France Paris Volley
1
0
2001
Italy Volley Lube
1
0
2002
Russia Lokomotiv Novosibirsk
1
0
2013
Croatia Mladost Zagreb
0
3
1964, 1984, 1985
Greece Iraklis Thessaloniki
0
3
2005, 2006, 2009
Romania Steaua Bucureşti
0
2
1969, 1979
Belgium Noliko Maaseik
0
2
1997, 1999
Greece Olympiacos Piraeus
0
2
1992, 2002
Bulgaria Minjor Pernik
0
1
1965
Italy Firenze
0
1
1972
Poland ASSECO Resovia Rzeszów
0
1
1973
Bulgaria Slavia Sofia
0
1
1976
Netherlands BlokkeerPiemonte Volley
0
1
1978
France AS Cannes
0
1
1983
France Fréjus
0
1
1990
Germany Dachau
0
1
1996
Spain Almería
0
1
1998
Russia Iskra Odintsovo
0
1
2004
Italy Copra Volley
0
1
2008
Russia Dynamo Moscow
0
1
2010
Poland Skra Bełchatów
0
1
2012
Italy Piemonte Volley
0
1
2013
Turkey Halkbank Ankara
0
1
2014

Titles by country[edit]

Country Won Runner-up Finals
Russia Russia
19
6
25
Italy Italy
18
14
32
Romania Romania
6
9
15
Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
3
2
5
France France
2
3
5
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
2
0
2
Bulgaria Bulgaria
1
2
3
Germany Germany
1
2
3
Poland Poland
1
2
3
East Germany East Germany
1
1
2
Slovakia Slovakia
1
1
2
Greece Greece
0
5
5
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia
0
3
3
Belgium Belgium
0
2
2
Netherlands Netherlands
0
1
1
Spain Spain
0
1
1
Turkey Turkey
0
1
1

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