Women's LEN Trophy

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Women's LEN Trophy
Logo of LEN.png
The current LEN official logo
Sport Water polo
Founded 1999
President Gianni Lonzi
Country LEN members
Continent  Europe
Most recent champion(s) Italy Imperia
(2nd title)
Most titles Italy Gifa Palermo
Italy Ortigia
Italy Racing Roma
Russia Shturm Ruza
Italy Imperia
(2 titles each)
Level on pyramid 2nd Tier (Europe)
Official website len.eu

The Women's LEN Trophy is LEN's second-tier competition for women's water polo clubs. First held in 2000 as the LEN Women's Cup Winners' Cup, it is currently contested by around 15 teams, which can qualify for it either directly due to high ranking at their domestic league or by being eliminated at certain stages of the Champions' Cup. Italy's Gifa Palermo, Ortigia, Racing Roma, Shturm Ruza and Imperia are the most successful clubs in the competition with two titles each.[1]

Title holders[edit]

Coppa LEN.svg

Finals[edit]

Year Final Third and fourth place
Champion Score Second place
1999–00
Details
Italy
Gifa Palermo
14-8 Greece
Vouliagmeni
Netherlands
Het Ravijn
Russia
Diana St.Petersburg
2000–01
Details
Russia
SKIF Moscow
10-8 Hungary
Dunaújváros
Spain
Mediterrani
Greece
Olympiacos
2001–02
Details
Italy
Gifa Palermo
0-0 Russia
SKIF Moscow
Spain
Mediterrani
Greece
Vouliagmeni
2002–03
Details
Greece
Vouliagmeni
0-0 Russia
SKIF Moscow
Netherlands
Het Ravijn
Hungary
Szentes
2003–04
Details
Italy
Ortigia
0-0 Russia
Uralochka Zlatoust
Spain
Sabadell
Netherlands
Polar Bears Ede
2004–05
Details
Italy
Ortigia
0-0 Greece
Vouliagmeni
Russia
Uralochka Zlatoust
Russia
SKIF Moscow
2005–06
Details
Hungary
Honvéd
8-3 Netherlands
Het Ravijn
Italy
Florentia
Greece
Glyfada
2006–07
Details
Italy
Racing Roma
12-8 Netherlands
Nereus
Hungary
Orvosegyetem
Greece
Olympiacos
2007–08
Details
Italy
Racing Roma
10-9 Greece
Olympiacos
Hungary
Orvosegyetem
Italy
Plebiscito Padova
2008–09
Details
Russia
Shturm Chekhov
11-12, 14-11 Hungary
Dunaújváros
Russia
Dynamo Moscow
Greece
Olympiacos
2009–10
Details
Greece
Ethnikos Piraeus
12-13, 17-15 Russia
Yugra
Netherlands
Donk Gouda
Greece
Naftathlitiki Enossi Patras
2010–11
Details
Italy
Rapallo
5-12, 12-3 Netherlands
Het Ravijn
Hungary
Szentes
Russia
SKIF Moscow
2011–12
Details
Italy
Imperia
12-13, 7-5 Russia
Yugra
Hungary
Szentes
Greece
Olympiacos
2012–13
Details
Russia
Shturm Ruza
17-10, 14-11 Russia
SKIF Moscow
Netherlands
Donk Gouda
Russia
Uralochka Zlatoust
2013–14
Details
Greece
Olympiacos
10-9 Italy
Firenze
Russia
Yugra
Russia
Kinef Kirishi
2014–15
Details
Italy
Imperia
8-7 Italy
Plebiscito Padova
Greece
Vouliagmeni
Hungary
Szentes

Titles by club[edit]

Rank Club Titles Runner-up Champion Years
1. Italy Gifa Palermo 2 1999-00, 2001-02
2. Italy Ortigia 2 2003-04, 2004-05
3. Italy Racing Roma 2 2006-07, 2007-08
4. Russia Shturm Ruza 2 2008-09, 2012-13
5. Italy Imperia 2 2011-12, 2014-15
6. Russia SKIF Moscow 1 3 2000-01
7. Greece Vouliagmeni 1 2 2002-03
8. Greece Olympiacos 1 1 2013-14
9. Hungary Honvéd 1 2005-06
10. Greece Ethnikos Piraeus 1 2009-10
11. Italy Rapallo 1 2010-11
12. Hungary Dunaújváros 2
13. Netherlands Het Ravijn 2
14. Russia Yugra 2
15. Russia Uralochka Zlatoust 1
16. Netherlands Nereus 1
17. Italy Firenze 1
18. Italy Plebiscito Padova 1

Titles by nation[edit]

Rank Country Titles Runners-up
1. Italy Italy 9 2
2. Russia Russia 3 6
3. Greece Greece 3 3
4. Hungary Hungary 1 2
5. Netherlands Netherlands 3

References[edit]

  1. ^ List of champions in allcompetitions.com