Israeli Basketball State Cup

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Israeli Basketball State Cup
Sport Basketball
Founded 1955
CEO Shay Shani
No. of teams 26 (2009/10)
Country  Israel
Most recent champion(s) Maccabi Tel Aviv
TV partner(s) Channel 1
Official website http://www.ibba.one.co.il/

The Israeli Basketball State Cup (Hebrew: גביע המדינה בכדורסל‎) is the second most important basketball competition in Israel, after Ligat HaAl. The tournament began in the 1955-56 season, and is run by the Israel Basketball Association.

The tournament format consists of teams facing each other for a one game elimination match. The winner advances to the second round, which also consists of one game elimination match. The winner of the second round advances to the quarter final stage.

The first and second round pairings are selected by a random draw. According to the rules of the draw, the previous season's State Cup champions and Super League champions may not meet before the final phase. If the previous year's State Cup and Ligat HaAl were both won by the same team (as has often happened in the past), the champions and the finalists from the State Cup Ligat HaAl may not meet until the final phase.

State Cup history[edit]

Season Winner Runner-up Score
2014/15
2013/14 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Eilat 80-73
2012/13 Maccabi Tel Aviv Maccabi Haifa 76–68 [1]
2011/12 Maccabi Tel Aviv Maccabi Rishon LeZion 82–69
2010/11 Maccabi Tel Aviv Barak Netanya 106–70
2009/10 Maccabi Tel Aviv Bnei HaSharon 77–70
2008/09 Hapoel Holon Maccabi Haifa 69–68
2007/08 Hapoel Jerusalem Maccabi Tel Aviv 93–89
2006/07 Hapoel Jerusalem Bnei HaSharon 103–85
2005/06 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Jerusalem 96–91
2004/05 Maccabi Tel Aviv Bnei HaSharon 108–89
2003/04 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Jerusalem 108–85
2002/03 Maccabi Tel Aviv Maccabi Giv'at Shmuel 96–83
2001/02 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Jerusalem 99–73
2000/01 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Jerusalem 82–78
1999/00 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Jerusalem 68–57
1998/99 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Jerusalem 69–68
1997/98 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Galil Elyon 83–70
1996/97 Hapoel Jerusalem Maccabi Tel Aviv 89–82
1995/96 Hapoel Jerusalem Maccabi Tel Aviv 67–65
1994/95 Bnei Herzlia Hapoel Holon 88–77
1993/94 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Tel Aviv 64–53
1992/93 Hapoel Tel Aviv Hapoel Givatayim 71–65
1991/92 Hapoel Galil Elyon Maccabi Rishon LeZion 84–76
1990/91 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Holon 100–90
1989/90 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Galil Elyon 92–90
1988/89 Maccabi Tel Aviv Maccabi Ironi Ramat Gan 107–85
1987/88 Hapoel Galil Elyon Maccabi Elitzur Netanya 79–77
1986/87 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Galil Elyon 95–86
1985/86 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Holon 90–86
1984/85 Maccabi Tel Aviv Maccabi Haifa 121–81
1983/84 Hapoel Tel Aviv Hapoel Ramat Gan 79–73
1982/83 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Tel Aviv 99–94
1981/82 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Ramat Gan 90–77
1980/81 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Ramat Gan 105–95
1979/80 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Ramat Gan 105–87
1978/79 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Ramat Gan 73–66
1977/78 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Tel Aviv 93–90
1976/77 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Tel Aviv 78–77
1975/76 Hapoel Gvat/Yagur Hapoel Tel Aviv 90–76
1974/75 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Gvat/Yagur 89–74
1973/74 Cancelled due to war
1972/73 Maccabi Tel Aviv Betar Jerusalem 118–79
1971/72 Maccabi Tel Aviv Maccabi Ironi Ramat Gan 108–99
1970/71 Maccabi Tel Aviv Maccabi Haifa 70–51
1969/70 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Tel Aviv 73–52
1968/69 Hapoel Tel Aviv Maccabi Tel Aviv 88–70
1967/68 Cancelled due to war
1966/67 Cancelled due to war
1965/66 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Tel Aviv 66–62
1964/65 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Tel Aviv 55–47
1963/64 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Tel Aviv 50–47
1962/63 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Tel Aviv 55–51
1961/62 Hapoel Tel Aviv Maccabi Tel Aviv 50–48
1960/61 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Holon 74–46
1959/60 Not held
1958/59 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Holon 53–47
1957/58 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Tel Aviv 53–44
1956/57 Cancelled due to war
1955/56 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Tel Aviv 52–49, 56–50

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