LEN Cup Winners' Cup

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The LEN Cup Winners' Cup was a European water polo club competition organized by the Ligue Européenne de Natation. National cup winners qualified for the tournament. After 2003, the nationalcup winners qualified for the LEN Euroleague, and the cup was discontinued.

Title holders[edit]

Finals[edit]

Year Host City Champion Runner Up Final
1974–75
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Hungary Ferencváros Netherlands Zian
1975–76
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Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mladost Hungary Orvosegyetem
1976–77
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Soviet Union MGU Moscow Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Primorje
1977–78
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Hungary Ferencváros Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Primorac Kotor
1978–79
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Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Korčula Hungary Ferencváros
1979–80
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Hungary Ferencváros Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia POŠK
1980–81
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Soviet Union CSKA Moscow Hungary Honvéd
1981–82
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Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia POŠK Romania Crișul Oradea
1982–83
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Soviet Union CSKA Moscow Spain Montjuïc
1983–84
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Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia POŠK Hungary Budapest Vasoutas
1984–85
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Soviet Union Dynamo Moscow Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jug
1985–86
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Hungary Vasas Romania Dinamo București
1986–87
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Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mornar Spain Catalunya
1987–88
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Italy Posillipo Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jug
1988–89
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Italy Arenzano Hungary Spartacus
1989–90
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Italy Pescara Soviet Union Dynamo Moscow
1990–91
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Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan Netherlands Alphen
1991–92
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Spain Catalunya Italy Volturno
1992–93
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Italy Pescara Germany Hohenlimburg
1993–94
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Italy Pescara Spain Mediterrani
1994–95
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Hungary Vasas Italy Pescara
1995–96
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Italy Roma Hungary Budapest Vasoutas
1996–97
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Greece Vouliagmeni Italy Roma
1997–98
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Hungary Ferencváros Greece Olympiacos
1998–99
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Croatia Mladost Greece Olympiacos
1999–00
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Russia Dynamo Moscow Italy Florentia
2000–01
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Italy Florentia Spain Atlètic-Barceloneta
2001–02
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Hungary Vasas Croatia Mladost
2002–03
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Italy Posillipo Hungary Vasas

Titles[edit]

By Club[edit]

Rank Club Champion Finalist
1. Hungary
Ferencváros
4
1974-75, 1977-78, 1979-80, 1997-98
1
1978-79
2. Italy
Pescara
3
1989-90, 1992-93, 1993-94
1
1994-95
3. Hungary
Vasas
3
1985-86, 1994-95, 2001-02
1
2002-03
4. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
POŠK
2
1981-82, 1983-84
1
1979-80
5. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Croatia
Mladost
2
1975-76, 1998-99
1
2001-02
6. Soviet Union Russia
Dynamo Moscow
2
1984-85, 1999-00
1
1989-90
7. Soviet Union
CSKA Moscow
2
1980-81, 1982-83
8. Italy
Posillipo
2
1987-88, 2002-03
9. Spain
Catalunya
1
1991-92
1
1986-87
10. Italy
Roma
1
1995-96
1
1996-97
11. Italy
Florentia
1
2000-01
1
1999-00
12. Soviet Union
MGU Moscow
1
1976-77
13. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Korčula
1
1978-79
14. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Mornar
1
1986-87
15. Italy
Arenzano
1
1988-89
16. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Partizan
1
1990-91
17. Greece
Vouliagmeni
1
1996-97
18. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Jug
2
1984-85, 1987-88
19. Hungary
Budapest Vasoutas
2
1983-84, 1995-96
20. Greece
Olympiacos
2
1997-98, 1998-99
21. Netherlands
Zian
1
1974-75
22. Hungary
Orvosegyetem
1
1975-76
23. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Primorje
1
1976-77
24. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Primorac Kotor
1
1977-78
25. Hungary
Honvéd
1
1980-81
26. Romania
Crișul Oradea
1
1981-82
27. Spain
Montjuïc
1
1982-83
28. Romania
Dinamo București
1
1985-86
29. Hungary
Spartacus
1
1988-89
30. Netherlands
Alphen
1
1990-91
31. Italy
Volturno
1
1991-92
32. Germany
Hohenlimburg
1
1992-93
33. Spain
Mediterrani
1
1993-94
34. Spain
Atlètic-Barceloneta
1
2000-01

By Nation[edit]

Rank Nation Champion Finalist
1. Italy
Italy
8
Pescara (3), Posillipo (2), Arenzano (1), Roma (1), Florentia (1)
4
Volturno (1), Pescara (1), Roma (1), Florentia (1)
2. Hungary
Hungary
7
Ferencváros (4), Vasas (3)
7