European Chess Club Cup

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The European Chess Club Cup is a major chess event that is held every year in Europe.

History[edit]

The tournament origins are from the former Yugoslavia, where chess club competition was quite popular. In 1996 the Women's Chess Club competition was added.

Mens Tournament[edit]

Champions... [1]

  • 1956 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia ŠK Partizan
  • 1976 Soviet Union Burevestnik Moscow and Germany Solingen SG
  • 1979 Soviet Union Burevestnik Moscow
  • 1982 Hungary Spartacus Budapest
  • 1984 Soviet Union Trud Moscow
  • 1986 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
  • 1988 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
  • 1990 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow and Germany Solingen SG
  • 1992 Germany Bayern Munich
  • 1993 France Lyon Oyonnax
  • 1994 Bosnia and Herzegovina ŠK Bosna & France Lyon Oyonnax
  • 1995 Armenia Yerevan city
  • 1996 Russia Sberbank Tatarstan Kazan
  • 1997 Russia Ladia Azov
  • 1998 Netherlands Panfox Breda
  • 1999 Bosnia and Herzegovina ŠK Bosna
  • 2000 Bosnia and Herzegovina ŠK Bosna
  • 2001 Russia Nikel Norilsk
  • 2002 Bosnia and Herzegovina ŠK Bosna
  • 2003 France NAO Paris
  • 2004 France NAO Paris [2]
  • 2005 Russia Tomsk-400
  • 2007 Spain Linex Magic-Mérida
  • 2008 Russia Ural Sverdlovskaya oblast [3]
  • 2009 RussiaEconomist-SGSEU-1 Saratov
  • 2010 RussiaEconomist-SGSEU-1 Saratov
  • 2011 RussiaSaint-Petersburg Chess Federation
  • 2012 AzerbaijanSOCAR Azerbaijan
  • 2013 Czech RepublicG-Team Novy Bor

Womens Tournament[edit]

Champions... [4]

  • 1996 Serbia and Montenegro Agrouniverzal Belgrade and Georgia (country) Merani Tbilisi
  • 1997 Serbia and Montenegro Goša Smederevska Pal.
  • 1998 Romania AEM-Luxten Timişoara
  • 1999 Ukraine Rudenko School Kherson
  • 2000 Serbia and Montenegro Agrouniverzal Belgrade
  • 2001 Serbia and Montenegro Agrouniverzal Belgrade
  • 2002 Serbia and Montenegro BAS Belgrade
  • 2003 Serbia and Montenegro Internet CG Podgorica
  • 2004 Georgia (country) NTN Tbilisi
  • 2005 Georgia (country) NTN Tbilisi
  • 2006 Armenia Mika Yerevan
  • 2007 Monaco CE Monte Carlo
  • 2008 Monaco CE Monte Carlo
  • 2009 Russia Spartak Vidnoe
  • 2010 Monaco CE Monte Carlo
  • 2011 Russia AVS
  • 2012 Monaco CE Monte Carlo
  • 2013 Monaco CE Monte Carlo