Regional basketball competitions in Spain

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The Regional basketball competitions in Spain are competitions usually played in summer with the best teams in each Autonomous Communities.

Andalusia[edit]

The Copa Andalucía was played with the ACB teams of Andalusia and sometimes Andalusian LEB teams. It was organized by the Andalusian Basketball Federation since 1997. Only 3 teams won the cup, Cajasol, Unicaja and CB Granada. In 2012 was played the last edition.

Titles[edit]

Team Winners Runners-Up Winning years
CB Málaga
8
5
1997, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012
CB Sevilla
5
7
1998, 1999, 2002, 2005, 2009
CB Granada
3
2
2000, 2004, 2006
CB Los Barrios
0
2

Aragon[edit]

The Trofeo Gobierno de Aragón is played between the two representative teams in the Autonomous Community: CAI Zaragoza and Peñas Huesca. The three editions were played in Huesca.

Year Winner Runner-Up Score
2009 CAI Zaragoza Peñas Huesca 83–79
2010 CAI Zaragoza Peñas Huesca 114–81
2013 CAI Zaragoza Peñas Huesca 61–51

Basque Country[edit]

The Euskal Kopa (Basque Cup) was a basketball competition played between the ACB teams of Basque Country between 2011 and 2013. In the first edition, Vitoria was the venue.[2] Saski Baskonia won the two first editions and Bilbao Basket the third one.

Nowadays, the Tournament continues being played but only with basque LEB Plata and Liga EBA teams.

2012–13 Euskal Kopa[edit]

  Semifinal
Bilbao, 24 September 2012
    Final
San Sebastián, 23 October 2012
                 
     Lagun Aro GBC 62
   Gescrap Bizkaia 78      Gescrap Bizkaia 78
   Caja Laboral 75  

Canary Islands[edit]

Trofeo Gobierno de Canarias[edit]

This trophy was played between all the teams in National competitions from the Canary Islands. It was organized by the Regional Government and was contested between 2004 and 2011.

Copa Toyota[edit]

The Copa Toyota is a tournament played only by the two top teams in the Canary Islands in a double-leg round, usually when both are in the Liga ACB. Gran Canaria won all the editions.

Year Champion Runner-up 1st leg 2nd leg
2003 CB Gran Canaria Tenerife CB 76–71 84–61
2004 CB Gran Canaria Tenerife CB 71–76 58–68
2005 CB Gran Canaria Tenerife CB 75–73 76–43
2006 CB Gran Canaria Tenerife CB 69–53 79–64
2007 CB Gran Canaria Tenerife CB 82–81 87–77
2012 CB Gran Canaria CB 1939 Canarias 85–78 80–85
2013 CB Gran Canaria CB 1939 Canarias 67–65 96–81

Castile-La Mancha[edit]

The Trofeo Junta de Comunidades was a tournament played by the teams of Castile-La Mancha until 2010. The tournament was organized by the Regional Government.

Year Final host Winner Runner-up Score
2003 CB Guadalajara
2004 CB Guadalajara ADB Hellín
2005 CB Guadalajara ADB Hellín
2006 CDB Ciudad Real CABA
2007 Miguel Esteban CB Illescas Fundación Adepal 75–61
2008 Alcázar de San Juan CB Illescas Fundación Adepal 75–74
2009 Alcázar de San Juan CB Illescas Fundación Adepal 71–66
2010 Alcázar de San Juan Fundación Adepal CB Illescas 98–75

Castile and León[edit]

Main article: Copa Castilla y León

Catalonia[edit]

Extremadura[edit]

The Copa Extremadura was a basketball competition between the best teams of Extremadura. It was organized by the Basketball Federation of Extremadura from 2001 to 2011. CB Plasencia is the team with more titles.[10]

Galicia[edit]

Main article: Copa Galicia

Madrid[edit]

Valencian Community[edit]

The Lliga Valenciana (in English, Valencian League) was a basketball competition between the best teams of the Valencian Community. It was organized by the Valencian Community Basketball Federation from 2004 to 2011. CB Lucentum Alicante is the last winner of the Cup.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gist se luce y Unicaja logra su tercera Copa Andalucía consecutiva (65-53) ACB.com, 9 September 2012
  2. ^ "Buesa Arena will host the final of the first Euskal Copa on San Prudencio's day, "Baskonia.com", April 7th 2011 (Spanish)
  3. ^ Tenerife se lleva la Copa Canarias al derrotar al Aunacable por 83-75 ACB.com 22 sep 2002
  4. ^ Gran Canaria Grupo Dunas se lleva la Copa de Canarias (100-88) ACB.com 26 sep 2006
  5. ^ G.C. Dunas se lleva la Copa Gobierno de Canarias ante Tenerife Rural (90-84) ACB.com 9 sep 2007
  6. ^ El Kalise Gran Canaria vence al Tenerife de la mano de Augustine (89-80) ACB.com 8 sep 2008
  7. ^ El Socas Canarias (LEB) acabó con el reinado del Gran Canaria 2014 (66-75) ACB.com 18 sep 2009
  8. ^ El Gran Canaria 2014 se lleva la Copa Gobierno de Canarias (89-54) ACB.com 12 sep 2010
  9. ^ La "Pasión Aurinegra" conquista la Copa Gobierno de Canarias CBCanarias.net 11 sep 2011
  10. ^ Copa Extremadura VI Cáceres 2016 Basket blog. September 20, 2007
  11. ^ El Pamesa gana la Lliga Valencia al superar al Etosa Alicante (73-78) ACB.com October 10, 2005
  12. ^ Etosa Alicante, campeón de la Lliga Valenciana al vencer al Pamesa (85-89) ACB.com September 24, 2006
  13. ^ Pamesa Valencia gana la Lliga Valenciana al vencer al A.V. Gandía (100-88) ACB.com September 16, 2007
  14. ^ El Pamesa Valencia consigue su tercer título de Liga Valenciana (60-72) ACB.com September 14, 2008
  15. ^ Valencia BC derrota al Meridiano Alicante en la Lliga Valenciana (76-84) ACB.com October 1, 2009
  16. ^ De Colo conduce al Power Electronics al título de Lliga Valenciana (72-66) ACB.com September 15, 2010
  17. ^ Lucentum Alicante es el nuevo campeón de la Lliga Valenciana (67-78) ACB.com September 25, 2011