LEN Women's Champions' Cup

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LEN Euro League Women
Logo of LEN.png
The current LEN official logo
Sport Water polo
Founded 1987
President Gianni Lonzi
Country LEN members
Continent  Europe
Most recent champion(s) Greece Olympiacos
(1st title)
Most titles Italy Orizzonte Catania
(8 titles)
Level on pyramid 1st Tier (Europe)
Official website len.eu

The LEN Euro League Women is the premier European water polo club competitions run by the Ligue Européenne de Natation. The Men's Euroleague has been played since 1964 and the Women's Champions' Cup since 1987, with the current format being adopted in 2003.

History[edit]

  • LEN European Cup: (1987-1999)
  • LEN Champions Cup: (1999-2013)
  • LEN Euro League Women: (2013-present)

Title holders[edit]

Finals[edit]

Year Final Third and fourth place
Champion Score Second place
1987–88
Details
Netherlands
Donk Gouda
15-10 France
Dauphins Créteil
Hungary
Szentes
Italy
Volturno
1988–89
Details
Netherlands
Donk Gouda
West Germany
Neukölln
1989–90
Details
Netherlands
Nereus
West Germany
Neukölln
1990–91
Details
Netherlands
Donk Gouda
Germany
Neukölln
1991–92
Details
Netherlands
Brandenburg
Russia
Oeralotsjka
Hungary
Vasutas
France
Dauphins Créteil
1992–93
Details
Hungary
Szentes
6-5 Italy
Orizzonte Catania
Netherlands
Donk Gouda
Russia
Uralochka Zlatoust
1993–94
Details
Italy
Orizzonte Catania
Netherlands
Nereus
Hungary
Vasutas
Greece
Vouliagmeni
1994–95
Details
Netherlands
Nereus
Italy
Orizzonte Catania
Hungary
Szentes
France
Nancy
1995–96
Details
Netherlands
Nereus
Russia
SKIF Moscow
Italy
Orizzonte Catania
Greece
Olympiacos
1996–97
Details
Russia
SKIF Moscow
Netherlands
Nereus
Italy
Orizzonte Catania
Spain
Mediterrani
1997–98
Details
Italy
Orizzonte Catania
7-6 Russia
SKIF Moscow
Netherlands
Nereus
Hungary
Szentes
1998–99
Details
Russia
SKIF Moscow
8-6 Netherlands
Donk Gouda
Italy
Orizzonte Catania
Hungary
BEAC
1999–00
Details
Greece
Glyfada
7-5 Russia
SKIF Moscow
Hungary
Szentes
Italy
Orizzonte Catania
2000–01
Details
Italy
Orizzonte Catania
12-6 Greece
Glyfada
Russia
Uralochka Zlatoust
Hungary
Szentes
2001–02
Details
Italy
Orizzonte Catania
Russia
Uralochka Zlatoust
Greece
Glyfada
Hungary
Dunaújváros
2002–03
Details
Greece
Glyfada
6-4 Hungary
Dunaújváros
Russia
Uralochka Zlatoust
Italy
Orizzonte Catania
2003–04
Details
Italy
Orizzonte Catania
6-4 Greece
Glyfada
Hungary
Dunaújváros
Greece
Vouliagmeni
2004–05
Details
Italy
Orizzonte Catania
6-5 Russia
Kinef Kirishi
Hungary
Dunaújváros
Germany
Blau-Weiss Bochum
2005–06
Details
Italy
Orizzonte Catania
14-11 Russia
Kinef Kirishi
Hungary
Dunaújváros
Greece
Vouliagmeni
2006–07
Details
Italy
Fiorentina
12-10 Russia
Kinef Kirishi
Greece
Glyfada
Russia
Uralochka Zlatoust
2007–08
Details
Italy
Orizzonte Catania
14-12 Greece
Vouliagmeni
Italy
Fiorentina
Netherlands
ZVL
2008–09
Details
Greece
Vouliagmeni
12-9 Italy
Orizzonte Catania
Russia
Kinef Kirishi
Hungary
Honvéd
2009–10
Details
Greece
Vouliagmeni
10-7 Russia
Kinef Kirishi
Italy
Orizzonte Catania
Greece
Olympiacos
2010–11
Details
Spain
Sabadell
13-8 Italy
Orizzonte Catania
Greece
Olympiacos
Russia
Kinef Kirishi
2011–12
Details
Italy
Pro Recco
8-7 Greece
Vouliagmeni
Russia
Kinef Kirishi
Italy
Orizzonte Catania
2012–13
Details
Spain
Sabadell
13-11 Russia
Kinef Kirishi
Greece
Vouliagmeni
Hungary
Eger
2013–14
Details
Spain
Sabadell
19-10 Greece
Vouliagmeni
Italy
Orizzonte Catania
Italy
Imperia
2014–15
Details
Greece
Olympiacos
10-9 Spain
Sabadell
Russia
Kinef Kirishi
Hungary
Újpest