Copa de la Reina de Baloncesto

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Copa de la Reina
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2015 Copa de la Reina de Baloncesto
Sport Basketball
Founded 1943
No. of teams 4
Country Spain Spain
Continent European Union Europe
Most recent champion(s) Perfumerías Avenida
(4th title)
Most titles Ros Casares (7 titles)
TV partner(s) Teledeporte
Official website feb.es

The Copa de S.M. la Reina (Queen's Cup) is an annual cup competition for Spanish women's basketball teams. The first edition of the competition, originally named Women's Senior Basketball Championship, took place in 1943, which makes it the oldest Spanish women's basketball competition, but it was only since 1978, when it took its current name, that it has been carried every year. The 2012 cup marked the 50th edition of the competition.

The cup is played by the top teams of the Spanish Women's League's table in the mid of the season. It used to be a Final Eight, but since 2010 the competition has been reduced to just four teams.[1]

Ros Casares and Picadero JC are the most successful team in the competition with seven titles, while CB Avenida is the defending champion.[2]

List of winners[edit]

Season Venue Winner Score Runner-up
1943 Palma de Mallorca RCD Espanyol 13–10 Real Madrid
1944 Vigo Centro XI 16–12 RCD Espanyol
1945 Madrid Centro XI 39–11 Buenavista XI
1950 Gijón Madrid XI ? Guadalajara XI
1951 Madrid Madrid XI 33–15 García Vives
1952 Barcelona Madrid XI 32–20 Hispano Francés
1953 Madrid Madrid XI 30–20 Barcelona XI
1960 Zaragoza Cottet Barcelona 36–34 Picadero
1961 San Sebastián Medina A Coruña 27–22 CREFF Madrid
1962 Salamanca CREFF Madrid 38–34 Indo Barcelona
1963 Barcelona CREFF Madrid 33–28 Indo Barcelona
1972 Tenerife CREFF Madrid 45–44 Picadero
1973 Alcoy Filomatic Picadero 46–39 Ignis Mataró
1974 Ávila CREFF Madrid 64–48 Ignis Mataró
1975 Granada Piceff 57–45 CREFF Madrid
1978 León Picadero 62–55 Celta de Vigo
1979 Badalona Picadero 64–54 Celta de Vigo
1980 Alcalá de Henares Picadero 83–82 Celta de Vigo
1981 Vigo Celta de Vigo 74–58 Picadero
1982 Ferrol Celta de Vigo 101–68 Complutense
1983 Guadalajara Picadero 63–62 Celta de Vigo
1984 Santiago de Compostela Celta de Vigo 77–74 Real Canoe
1985 Seville Comansi-Masnou 76–61 Coronas Light
1986 Tortosa Tortosa 69–67 Real Canoe
1987 Tenerife Tortosa 84–57 Xuncas
1988 Lugo Tortosa 59–56 Xuncas
1989 Tenerife Tortosa 71–56 Xuncas
1990 Jerez de la Frontera Banco Zaragozano 95–94 Microbank-El Masnou
1991 Vigo Godella 76–72 Real Canoe
1992 Gandía Godella 89–82 Banco Zaragozano
1993 Granada BEX 76–64 Godella
1994 Pamplona Godella 79–77 BEX
1995 Valencia Godella 65–46 Islas Canarias
1996 Huesca Real Canoe 84–69 Godella
1997 Valladolid Pool Getafe 75–43 Celta de Vigo
1998 Lugo Pool Getafe 86–63 Islas Canarias
1999 Linares Islas Canarias 69–44 CD Ensino
2000 Godella Islas Canarias 73–48 Ciudad de Burgos
2001 Las Palmas Celta de Vigo 66–64 Perfumerías Avenida
2002 Salamanca Ros Casares 76–57 CD Ensino
2003 Zaragoza Ros Casares 81–70 FC Barcelona
2004 Palma de Mallorca Ros Casares 72–67 Perfumerías Avenida
2005 Valencia Perfumerías Avenida 74–68 Mann Filter Zaragoza
2006 León Perfumerías Avenida 67–60 Ros Casares
2007 Jerez de la Frontera Ros Casares 72–60 Perfumerías Avenida
2008 Seville Ros Casares 68–66 San José
2009 Salamanca Ros Casares 65–60 Puig d'en Valls
2010 Zaragoza Ros Casares 64–62 Perfumerías Avenida
2011 Valencia Rivas Ecópolis 63–59 Ros Casares
2012 Arganda del Rey Perfumerías Avenida 68–57 Ros Casares
2013 Zamora Rivas Ecópolis 83–62 Perfumerías Avenida
2014 Torrejón de Ardoz Perfumerías Avenida 69–67 Rivas Ecópolis
2015 Torrejón de Ardoz Perfumerías Avenida 66–62 Conquero Huelva Wagen

Winners by titles[edit]

Team Winners Runners-up Winning years
Ros Casares 7 3 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
Picadero 6 3 1973, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1983
Perfumerías Avenida 5 4 2005, 2006, 2012, 2014, 2015
Celta de Vigo 4 5 1981, 1982, 1984, 2001
Godella 4 2 1991, 1992, 1994, 1995
CREFF Madrid 4 2 1962, 1963, 1972, 1974
Tortosa 4 0 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989
Madrid XI 4 0 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953
Islas Canarias 2 2 1999, 2000
Rivas Ecópolis 2 1 2011, 2013
Centro XI 2 0 1944, 1945
Real Canoe 1 3 1996
Banco Zaragozano 1 1 1990
BEX 1 1 1993
El Masnou 1 1 1985
RCD Espanyol 1 1 1943
Cottet Barcelona 1 0 1960
Medina A Coruña 1 0 1961
Xuncas 0 3
CD Ensino 0 2
Ignis Mataró 0 2
Indo Barcelona 0 2
Puig d'en Valls 0 1
Mann Filter Zaragoza 0 1
Buenavista XI 0 1
Guadalajara XI 0 1
Hispano Francés 0 1
García Vives 0 1
Coronas Light 0 1
Complutense 0 1
Real Madrid 0 1
FC Barcelona 0 1
Ciudad de Burgos 0 1
Conquero 0 1

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