1988–89 FIBA European Cup Winners' Cup

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1988–89 FIBA European Cup Winners' Cup
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ChampionsSpain Real Madrid
  Runners-upItaly Snaidero Caserta
FIBA European Cup Winners' Cup seasons

The 1988–89 FIBA European Cup Winners' Cup was the twenty-third edition of FIBA's 2nd-tier level European-wide professional club basketball competition, contested between national domestic cup champions. It occurred between October 11, 1988, and March 14, 1989. The final was played at the Peace and Friendship Stadium, in Athens, Greece, by Real Madrid of the Spanish League, and Snaidero Caserta of the Italian League.

Participants[edit]

First round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Achilleas Cyprus 151–201 Hungary Oroszlányi Bányász 76–86 75–115
Hageby Sweden 193–201 Finland Uudenkaupungin Urheilijat 100–113 93–88
T71 Dudelange Luxembourg 104–188 Netherlands Miniware Weert 64-94 40–94
Porto Portugal 195–222 Switzerland Pully 82-108 113–114
Çukurova Üniversitesi Turkey 148–151 Bulgaria CSKA Sofia 80-74 68–77

Eighth-finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Oroszlányi Bányász Hungary 146–169 Israel Hapoel Galil Elyon 69–70 77–99
Uudenkaupungin Urheilijat Finland 156–162 West Germany Steiner Bayreuth 76–80 80–82
Miniware Weert Netherlands 117–136 France Pitch Cholet 75-56 42–80
Pully Switzerland 168–173 Greece AEK 113-100 55–73
CSKA Sofia Bulgaria 154–187 Italy Snaidero Caserta 74-84 80–103
Žalgiris Soviet Union 207–170 Belgium Maccabi Brussels 108-71 99–99
Glasgow Rangers Scotland 180–250 Spain Real Madrid 89–116 91–134
Scholl Wels Austria 148–207 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Cibona 71–97 77–110

Quarterfinals[edit]

Key to colors
     Top two places in each group advance to semifinals

Group A[edit]

Spain RMD Italy CAS Israel HGE France CHO
Spain RMD 109-92 100-81 69-62
Italy CAS 94-95 105-99 80-70
Israel HGE 82-92 89-92 78-71
France CHO 95-85 85-76 78-87
Team Pld Pts W L PF PA PD
1. Spain Real Madrid 6 11 5 1 550 506 +44
2. Italy Snaidero Caserta 6 9 3 3 539 547 -8
3. Israel Hapoel Galil Elyon 6 8 2 4 516 538 -22
4. France Pitch Cholet 6 8 2 4 461 475 -14

Group B[edit]

Soviet Union ŽAL Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia CIB West Germany STB Greece AEK
Soviet Union ŽAL 97-98 124-82 108-98
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia CIB 101-104 79-80 94-82
West Germany STB 81-99 99-109 89-67
Greece AEK 109-95 91-92 91-85
Team Pld Pts W L PF PA PD
1. Soviet Union Žalgiris 6 10 4 2 627 569 +58
2. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Cibona 6 10 4 2 573 553 +20
3. West Germany Steiner Bayreuth 6 8 2 4 516 569 -53
4. Greece AEK 6 8 2 4 538 563 -25

Semifinals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Žalgiris Soviet Union 170–178 Italy Snaidero Caserta 86–80 84–98
Cibona Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 188–211 Spain Real Madrid 91–92 97–119

Final[edit]

March 14, Peace and Friendship Stadium, Athens, Greece

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Real Madrid Spain 117–113 Italy Snaidero Caserta
1988–89 FIBA European Cup Winners' Cup Champions
Spain
Real Madrid
2nd title

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