KK Partizan in Europe

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Košarkaški klub Partizan is a professional basketball club based in Belgrade, Serbia that competes in the Serbian League, Adriatic League and Euroleague. The club was founded on 4 October 1945, as a basketball section of the Sports Association of the Central House of the Yugoslav Army.

The most significant trophy the club has won is the European Champion trophy at the Final Four of the Euroleague in Istanbul in 1992. KK Partizan was not allowed to defend the Euroleague title in the 1992–93 season, because of UN sanctions. They also won 3 Radivoj Korać Cups in 1978, 1979 and 1989. Other notable results include 3rd places in Champions Cup in 1982 and 1988, participation in Final Fours in 1998 and 2010, and Korać Cup final in 1974 and semifinal in 1975.

Partizan recorded its biggest win in European competitions on November 6, 1985 in Belgrade against DBV Charlottenburg (now ALBA Berlin). The final result was 129:79, with Partizan winning by 50 points. The biggest defeat happened on November 15, 2013 in Moscow when CSKA won by 42 points, 88:46.

Matches[edit]

This is a list of all Partizan's matches in official FIBA Europe and Euroleague Basketball (company) European club competitions.

1966–79[edit]

Season Competition Round Opposition Score
1966-67 Cup Winners' Cup[1] R2 Turkey İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi 75–71 (A), 80–58 (H)
Quarterfinals Italy Ignis Varese 55–83 (A), 73–76 (H)
1973-74 Korać Cup[2] R2 Greece XAN Thessaloniki 79–77 (A), 88–63 (H)
Quarterfinal Group D Italy Mobilquatro Milano 84–64 (H), 82–85 (A)
Quarterfinal Group D Spain Joventut Badalona 83–87 (A), 82–75 (H)
Semifinals Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jugoplastika Split 108–97 (H), 75–85 (A)
Finals Italy Forst Cantù 86–99 (A), 68–75 (H)
1974-75 Korać Cup[2] R1 Switzerland Vevey Basket 91–85 (A), 102–80 (H)
R2 France Caen 100–79 (H), 87–90 (A)
Quarterfinal Group B Italy Innocenti Olimpia Milano 88–104 (A), 84–69 (H)
Quarterfinal Group B Belgium Sunair Oostende 97–85 (A), 103–73 (H)
Quarterfinal Group B France ASPO Tours 110–80 (H), 86–98 (A)
Semifinals Italy Forst Cantù 101-88 (H), 67-84 (A)
1975-76 Korać Cup[2] R2 bye
Quarterfinal Group C Germany TuS 04 Leverkusen 88–96 (A), 96–83 (H)
Quarterfinal Group C Italy Synudine Virtus Bologna 99–82 (H), 75–98 (A)
Quarterfinal Group C Bulgaria Cherno More Varna 107–89 (H), 102–118 (A)
1976-77 Champions Cup[3] Quarterfinal Group F Czechoslovakia Spartak Zbrojovka Brno 85–96 (H), 100–93 (A)
Quarterfinal Group F Bulgaria Academic Sofia 98–113 (A), 117–74 (H)
1977-78 Korać Cup[2] R1 Belgium R.S.C. Anderlecht 80–98 (A), 110–87 (H)
Quarterfinal Group A France Nice Basket 96–98 (A), 99–85 (H)
Quarterfinal Group A Greece AEK Athens 93–78 (H), 99–88 (A)
Quarterfinal Group A Italy Emerson Genova 100–78 (H), 86–94 (A)
Semifinals Spain Joventut Badalona 109–114 (A), 107–95 (H)
Finals Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bosna 117-110
1978-79 Korać Cup[2] Quarterfinal Group B France Olympique Antibes 88–87 (A), 90–83 (H)
Quarterfinal Group B Italy Pagnossin Gorizia 113–93 (A), 111–89 (H)
Quarterfinal Group B Israel Hapoel Haifa 103–96 (H), 93–89 (A)
Semifinals Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jugoplastika Split 97–96 (A), 98–96 (H)
Finals Italy Arrigoni AMG Sebastiani Basket 108-98

1980–89[edit]

Season Competition Round Opposition Score
1979-80 Champions Cup[3] Quarterfinal Group E Albania Partizani Tirana 115–82 (H), 98–101 (A)
Quarterfinal Group E Syria Al-Ittihad Aleppo 111–67 (H), 94–69 (A)
Quarterfinal Group E Hungary Budapesti Honvéd SE 110–107 (A), 104–88 (H)
Semifinal Group Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bosna 96-93 (H), 86-93 (A)
Semifinal Group Spain Real Madrid 83-110 (A), 87-100 (H)
Semifinal Group Netherlands EBBC Den Bosch 65-91 (A), 77-83 (H)
Semifinal Group Italy Synudine Virtus Bologna 70-96 (H), 84-90 (A)
Semifinal Group Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 71-87 (A), 91-95 (H)
1980-81 Korać Cup[2] R2 France Caen 84–83 (A), 98–78 (H)
Quarterfinal Group B Belgium Sunair Oostende 112–94 (H), 74–76 (A)
Quarterfinal Group B Spain Joventut Badalona 104–87 (H), 63–67 (A)
Quarterfinal Group B France ASVEL Basket 81–96 (A), 116–89 (H)
1981-82 Champions Cup[3] Quarterfinal Group C Turkey Eczacıbaşı SK 94–79 (H), 85–72 (A)
Quarterfinal Group C Czechoslovakia TJ Slavia Prague 99–97 (A), 85–80 (H)
Semifinal Group Netherlands Nashua EBBC 105-76 (H), 96-92 (A)
Semifinal Group Italy Squibb Cantù 74-90 (A), 104-89 (H)
Semifinal Group Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 83-84 (H), 86-88 (A)
Semifinal Group Greece Panathinaikos Athens 106-91 (A), 98-83 (H)
Semifinal Group Spain FC Barcelona 117-98 (H), 85-119 (A)
1982-83 Korać Cup[2] R2 bye
Quarterfinal Group C Spain Joventut Badalona 117–97 (H), 80–75 (A)
Quarterfinal Group C France AS Monaco Basket 88–100 (A), 91–102 (H)
Quarterfinal Group C Soviet Union MBK Dynamo 110–102 (H), 90–99 (A)
1983-84 Korać Cup[2] R2 Turkey Eczacıbaşı SK 72-93 (A), 79-62 (H)
1985-86 Korać Cup[2] R1 Luxembourg AB Contern 108–83 (A), 101–60 (H)
R2 Germany DBV Charlottenburg 96–89 (A), 129–79 (H)
Quarterfinal Group D Italy Mobilgirgi Juventus Caserta 98–96 (H), 81–102 (A)
Quarterfinal Group D Spain Cacaolat Granollers 110–88 (H), 90–100 (A)
Quarterfinal Group D France EB Orthez 105–103 (A), 94–105 (H)
1986-87 Korać Cup[2] R2 Greece PAOK 69–79 (A), 90–75 (H)
Quarterfinal Group C Spain CAI Zaragoza 100–97 (H), 91–98 (A)
Quarterfinal Group C Belgium RUS Assubel Mariembourg 99–92 (A), 109–93 (H)
Quarterfinal Group C Italy Berloni Torino 101–90 (H), 90–91 (A)
1987-88 Champions Cup[3] R2 Hungary Körmendi Dózsa MTE 130–94 (A), 101–71 (H)
Quarterfinal Group Netherlands Nashua EBBC 101–94 (H), 106–85 (A)
Quarterfinal Group Italy Tracer Olimpia Milano 83–93 (A), 92–85 (H)
Quarterfinal Group France EB Orthez 94-89 (H), 73-70 (A)
Quarterfinal Group Spain FC Barcelona 88-84 (A), 96-90 (H)
Quarterfinal Group Greece Aris 101-94 (H), 87-96 (A)
Quarterfinal Group Germany Saturn Köln 101-95 (A), 99-110 (H)
Quarterfinal Group Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 85-77 (H), 84-98 (A)
Semifinals Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 82-87
Third-place playoff Greece Aris 105-93
1988-89 Korać Cup[2] R2 Bulgaria Levski Spartak Sofia 90–96 (A), 128–79 (H)
Quarterfinal Group A Italy Divarese Varese 75–71 (H), 77–75 (A)
Quarterfinal Group A Belgium RUS Assubel Mariembourg 98–91 (H), 108–102 (A)
Quarterfinal Group A Spain Estudiantes 76–66 (A), 102–93 (H)
Semifinals Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zadar 75–63 (H), 88–84 (A)
Finals Italy Wiwa Vismara Cantù 76-89 (A), 101-82 (H)

1990–99[edit]

Season Competition Round Opposition Score
1989-90 Cup Winners' Cup[1] R2 Cyprus Apollon Limassol 100–71 (A), 82–68 (H)
Quarterfinal Group B France Mulhouse Basket 91–83 (H), 71–80 (A)
Quarterfinal Group B Spain Real Madrid 88–105 (H), 76–101 (A)
Quarterfinal Group B Greece PAOK 81–93 (A), 95–79 (H)
1991-92 European League[3] R2 Hungary Szolnoki Olaj 92-65 (A), 89-72 (H)
Group B Netherlands Commodore 81–75 (A), 111–77 (H)
Group B Belgium Maes Piels Mechelen 87-67 (H), 72-86 (A)
Group B Italy Philips Olimpia Milano 86-70 (H), 94-89 (A)
Group B Spain Joventut Badalona 76-79 (A), 76-75 (H)
Group B Germany TSV Bayer 04 73-80 (A), 93-69 (H)
Group B Spain Estudiantes 75–95 (H), 72–75 (A)
Group B Greece Aris 83–75 (A), 99–65 (H)
Quarterfinals Italy Knorr Virtus Bologna 78-65 (H), 60-61 (A), 69-65 (H)
Semifinals Italy Philips Olimpia Milano 82-75
Finals Spain Joventut Badalona 71-70
1995-96 European League[3] R1 Bulgaria Plama Pleven 93-83 (A), 92-95 (H)
R2 Portugal Benfica 64-64 (H), 95-112 (A)
European Cup[1] R3 Israel Hapoel Galil Elyon 69-76 (H), 87-64 (A)
Quarterfinal Group A Lithuania Žalgiris Kaunas 90-99 (H), 84-93 (A)
Quarterfinal Group A Israel Bnei Herzliya 98-85 (H), 107-94 (A)
Quarterfinal Group A France Limoges CSP 78-75 (A), 103-90 (H)
Quarterfinal Group A Belgium Sunair Oostende 77-82 (A), 88-67 (H)
Quarterfinal Group A Spain Taugrés Baskonia 76-80 (H), 88-99 (A)
1996-97 Euroleague[3] Group D Spain Caja San Fernando 67-72 (A), 66-72 (H)
Group D Turkey Efes Pilsen Istanbul 76–72 (H), 77–93 (A)
Group D France Pau-Orthez 84-75 (H), 77-73 (A)
Group D Italy Kinder Virtus Bologna 83-100 (A), 78-70 (H)
Group D Russia MBK Dynamo 72-71 (A), 97-64 (H)
Group H Croatia Croatia Osiguranje Split 75-76 (A), 71-82 (H)
Group H Spain FC Barcelona 91–87 (H), 73–75 (A)
Group H Germany TSV Bayer 04 81–70 (A), 89–76 (H)
Round of 16 Greece Olympiacos Piraeus 71-81 (H), 61-60 (A), 69-74 (H)
1997-98 Euroleague[3] Group C Turkey Ülker Gençlik 95-86 (H), 81-80 (A)
Group C Spain FC Barcelona 71–87 (A), 106–110 (H)
Group C Israel Hapoel Jerusalem 79-59 (H), 84-88 (A)
Group C Italy Kinder Virtus Bologna 72-77 (A), 49-74 (H)
Group C France Pau-Orthez 86-72 (H), 70-74 (A)
Group H Croatia Cibona 70-78 (H), 66-84 (A)
Group H Italy Teamsystem Fortitudo Bologna 82–85 (A), 76–66 (H)
Group H Greece AEK 71–73 (H), 76–68 (A)
Round of 16 Greece Olympiacos Piraeus 78-74 (A), 72-60 (H)
Quarterfinals Russia CSKA Moscow 87-72 (H), 52-77 (A), 89-77 (H)
Semifinals Italy Kinder Virtus Bologna 61-83
Third-place playoff Italy Benetton Treviso 89-96
1998-99 Saporta Cup[1] Group D Croatia Zagreb 76–64 (H), 97–87 (A)
Group D Hungary Atomeromu SE 92–85 (H), 84–64 (A)
Group D Greece AEK 62–71 (A), 87–82 (H)
Group D Slovenia Pivovarna Laško 86–71 (A), 89–68 (H)
Group D Finland Torpan Pojat 95–81 (H), 82–71 (A)
Round of 32 Latvia ASK Brocēni 97–84 (A), 87–89 (H)
Round of 16 Turkey Türk Telekom 85–70 (A), 76–43 (H)
Quarterfinals Italy Benetton Treviso 77–90 (A), 73–73 (H)

2000–09[edit]

Season Competition Round Opposition Score
1999-00 Saporta Cup[1] Group E Austria UKJ Suba Basketball 70–67 (A), 91–66 (H)
Group E Slovakia Slovakofarma Pezinok 70–65 (A), 89–93 (H)
Group E Germany Telekom Baskets Bonn 76–70 (H), 68–77 (A)
Group E Portugal F.C. Porto 79–73 (H), 66–69 (A)
Group E Greece Hercules 71-79 (A), 54-60 (H)
2000-01 SuproLeague[3] Group B France Pau-Orthez 75–69 (H), 81–92 (A)
Group B Greece Iraklis 76–91 (A), 93–81 (H)
Group B Slovenia Krka 77–67 (H), 79–78 (A)
Group B Italy Scavolini Victoria Libertas 76–73 (H), 93–84 (A)
Group B Sweden Plannja Basket 90-81 (A), 99-88 (H)
Group B Belgium Telindus Oostende 89–80 (H), 88–94 (A)
Group B Turkey Efes Pilsen Istanbul 82–93 (A), 79–68 (H)
Group B Germany TSV Bayer 04 108–99 (H), 81–95 (H)
Group B Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 53–89 (A), 73–95 (H)
Round of 16 France ASVEL Basket 80–73 (H), 76–94 (A), 62-73 (H)
2001-02 Euroleague[3] Group D Belgium Telindus Oostende 86–77 (H), 94–104 (A)
Group D Greece AEK 70–106 (A), 69–74 (H)
Group D Russia Ural Great 85–80 (H), 111–100 (A)
Group D Spain Tau Ceramica Baskonia 85–80 (A), 59–65 (H)
Group D Croatia Cibona 81–76 (H), 71–85 (A)
Group D Italy Scavolini Victoria Libertas 68-80 (A), 98-86 (H)
Group D France ASVEL Basket 91–78 (A), 82–88 (H)
2002-03 Euroleague[3] Group C Spain Real Madrid 82–86 (H), 78–89 (A)
Group C Russia CSKA Moscow 57–93 (A), 93–81 (H)
Group C Italy Virtus Bologna 73–86 (H), 64–81 (A)
Group C Greece Olympiacos Piraeus 80–78 (A), 81–71 (H)
Group C Poland Śląsk Wrocław 85–86 (H), 74–83 (A)
Group C France ASVEL Basket 79-71 (H), 103-104 (A)
Group C Turkey Ülker Gençlik 74–84 (A), 86–90 (H)
2003-04 Euroleague[3] Group A Slovenia Union Olimpija 67–69 (A), 77–67 (H)
Group A Turkey Ülker Gençlik 77–68 (H), 73–81 (A)
Group A Italy Lottomatica Virtus Roma 77–63 (A), 73–81 (H)
Group A Croatia Cibona VIP 93–81 (H), 69–92 (A)
Group A France Pau-Orthez 78–81 (A), 75–77 (H)
Group A Spain FC Barcelona 61-57 (H), 91-95 (A)
Group A Greece AEK 92–95 (A), 78–71 (H)
2004-05 Euroleague[3] Group A Poland Prokom Trefl 64–66 (H), 68–76 (A)
Group A Spain Adecco Estudiantes 59–71 (A), 83–77 (H)
Group A Spain Real Madrid 87–92 (H), 66–82 (A)
Group A Italy Climamio Fortitudo Bologna 91–103 (A), 85–88 (H)
Group A Greece Olympiacos Piraeus 87–73 (H), 74–100 (A)
Group A Croatia Cibona VIP 78-81 (H), 76-85 (A)
Group A Turkey Efes Pilsen Istanbul 63–78 (A), 49–74 (H)
2005-06 Euroleague[3] Group C France Pau-Orthez 57–82 (H), 69–77 (A)
Group C Italy Montepaschi Mens Sana 59–66 (A), 75–73 (H)
Group C Spain Real Madrid 63–75 (H), 68–85 (A)
Group C Greece Panathinaikos Athens 62–81 (A), 93–94 (H)
Group C Turkey Ülker Gençlik 85–69 (A), 64–100 (H)
Group C Spain Unicaja Málaga 67-86 (H), 79-83 (A)
Group C Russia CSKA Moscow 58–89 (A), 79–92 (H)
2006-07 Euroleague[3] Group B Italy Lottomatica Virtus Roma 60–65 (A), 73–63 (H)
Group B Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 103–91 (H), 83–85 (A)
Group B Spain Joventut Badalona 51–82 (A), 74–83 (H)
Group B Croatia Cibona VIP 101–92 (H), 72–89 (A)
Group B Slovenia Union Olimpija 71–70 (A), 106–60 (H)
Group B Greece Panathinaikos Athens 65-73 (H), 93-80 (A)
Group B Spain Unicaja Málaga 58–66 (A), 90–94 (H)
Top 16 Group E Greece Olympiacos Piraeus 84–92 (H), 75–79 (A)
Top 16 Group E Russia CSKA Moscow 44-67 (A), 55-86 (H)
Top 16 Group E Spain Joventut Badalona 85-70 (H), 89-80 (A)
2007-08 Euroleague[3] Group C Spain AXA FC Barcelona 81–78 (H), 69–95 (A)
Group C France Chorale Roanne Basket 88–87 (A), 82–76 (H)
Group C Greece Panathinaikos Athens 90–94 (H), 66–67 (A)
Group C Spain Real Madrid 64–75 (A), 72–80 (H)
Group C Italy Lottomatica Virtus Roma 91–86 (H), 87–88 (A)
Group C Germany Brose Baskets 62-78 (A), 85-37 (H)
Group C Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 72–76 (H), 91–86 (A)
Top 16 Group D Italy Montepaschi Mens Sana 54–71 (A), 78–75 (H)
Top 16 Group D Greece Panathinaikos Athens 65-67 (A), 82-73 (H)
Top 16 Group D Turkey Efes Pilsen Istanbul 78-65 (H), 83-79 (A)
Quarterfinals Spain Tau Ceramica Baskonia 66-74 (A), 76-55 (H), 68-85 (A)
2008-09 Euroleague[3] Group D Turkey Efes Pilsen Istanbul 61–60 (A), 83–77 (H)
Group D Spain Real Madrid 81–77 (H), 67–68 (A)
Group D Italy Armani Jeans Olimpia Milano 81–76 (H), 59–73 (A)
Group D Greece Panionios 67–72 (A), 80–57 (H)
Group D Russia CSKA Moscow 62–63 (H), 66–63 (A)
Top 16 Group G Greece Panathinaikos Athens 63-81 (A), 63-56 (H)
Top 16 Group G Italy Lottomatica Virtus Roma 84–76 (H), 72–88 (A)
Top 16 Group G Spain Unicaja Málaga 60–59 (H), 78–74 (A)
Quarterfinals Russia CSKA Moscow 47-56 (A), 50-77 (A), 56-67 (H)

2010–present[edit]

Season Competition Round Opposition Score
2009-10 Euroleague[3] Group B Spain Unicaja Málaga 64–72 (H), 72–64 (A)
Group B Turkey Efes Pilsen Istanbul 67–77 (A), 93–92 (H)
Group B France Entente Orléans Loiret 78–71 (H), 72–75 (A)
Group B Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius 56–78 (A), 97–67 (H)
Group B Greece Olympiacos Piraeus 86–80 (H), 60–81 (A)
Top 16 Group E Greece Panathinaikos Athens 64-58 (A), 66-82 (H)
Top 16 Group E Spain Regal FC Barcelona 67–66 (H), 64–82 (A)
Top 16 Group E Greece Maroussi Athens 49–57 (A), 79–76 (H)
Quarterfinals Israel Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv 85-77 (A), 78-98 (A), 81-73 (H), 76-67 (H)
Semifinals Greece Olympiacos Piraeus 80-83
Third-place playoff Russia CSKA Moscow 88-90
2010-11 Euroleague[3] Group A Lithuania Žalgiris Kaunas 62–73 (A), 68–62 (H)
Group A Russia Khimki Moscow 72–68 (H), 65–92 (A)
Group A Israel Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv 54–67 (H), 62-76 (A)
Group A Poland Asseco Prokom Gdynia 69-62 (A), 61-59 (H)
Group A Spain Caja Laboral 74-71 (H), 71-87 (A)
Top 16 Group G Spain Real Madrid 58-78 (A), 56-61 (H)
Top 16 Group G Turkey Efes Pilsen Istanbul 76-79 (H), 67-65 (A)
Top 16 Group G Italy Montepaschi Siena 58-66 (H), 77-74 (A)
2011–12 Euroleague[3] Group C Turkey Anadolu Efes 73–84 (H), 58–67 (A)
Group C Israel Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv 66–70 (A), 74–71 (H)
Group C Belgium Spirou Basket 91-81 (H), 79-84 (A)
Group C Spain Real Madrid 80-79 (H), 83-101 (A)
Group C Italy EA7 Emporio Armani 69-65 (A), 66-72 (H)
2012–13 Euroleague[3] Group D Turkey Beşiktaş 65-81 (A), 87-72 (H)
Group D Russia CSKA Moscow 71-76 (H), 61-78 (A)
Group D Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas 61-69 (A), 75-74 (H)
Group D Spain Regal FC Barcelona 82-85 (A), 67-68 (H)
Group D Germany Brose Baskets 72-77 (H), 90-92 (A)
2013–14 Euroleague[3] Group A Spain FC Barcelona Regal 60-67 (A), 64-82 (H)
Group A France JSF Nanterre 73-43 (H), 61-62 (A)
Group A Ukraine Budivelnyk 69-74 (A), 76-61 (H)
Group A Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 78-88 (H), 79-77 (A)
Group A Russia CSKA Moscow 46-88 (A), 62-73 (H)
Top 16 Group F Spain Real Madrid 64–80 (H), 57-80 (A)
Top 16 Group F Germany FC Bayern Munich 65–71 (A), 70-55 (H)
Top 16 Group F Russia CSKA Moscow 73–72 (H), 52-84 (A)
Top 16 Group F Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 81-87 (H), 73-84 (A)
Top 16 Group F Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 67-88 (A), 72–70 (H)
Top 16 Group F Lithuania Žalgiris Kaunas 77-89 (A), 77–67 (H)
Top 16 Group F Turkey Galatasaray Liv Hospital 70–78 (H), 55-64 (A)

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