1989–90 FIBA European Cup Winners' Cup

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1989–90 FIBA European Cup Winners' Cup
LeagueFIBA European Cup Winners' Cup
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Finals
ChampionsItaly Knorr Bologna
  Runners-upSpain Real Madrid
FIBA European Cup Winners' Cup seasons

The 1989–90 FIBA European Cup Winners' Cup was the twenty-fourth edition of FIBA's 2nd-tier level European-wide professional club basketball competition, contested between national domestic cup champions, running from 26 September 1989, to 13 March 1990. It was contested by 21 teams, the same number of teams as the previous edition.[1]

Knorr Bologna defeated Real Madrid, in the final that was held in Florence, winning its first European-wide title. It had previously lost the 1977–78 final against Gabetti Cantù.

Participants[edit]

Country Teams Clubs
Austria Austria 1 Scholl Wels
Belgium Belgium 1 Sunair Oostende
Bulgaria Bulgaria 1 CSKA Sofia
Cyprus Cyprus 1 Apollon Limassol
England England 1 Manchester United
Finland Finland 1 Uudenkaupungin Urheilijat
France France 1 Mulhouse
Greece Greece 1 PAOK
Hungary Hungary 1 Honvéd
Iceland Iceland 1 Ungmennafélag Njarðvíkur
Israel Israel 1 Maccabi Ramat Gan
Italy Italy 1 Knorr Bologna
Luxembourg Luxembourg 1 T71 Dudelange
Netherlands Netherlands 1 Nashua EBBC
Portugal Portugal 1 Ovarense
Soviet Union Soviet Union 1 Žalgiris
Spain Spain 1 Real Madrid
Sweden Sweden 1 Södertälje
Turkey Turkey 1 Çukurova Üniversitesi
West Germany West Germany 1 Bayer 04 Leverkusen
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 1 Partizan

First round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Uudenkaupungin Urheilijat Finland 177–176 England Manchester United 100–93 77–83
Sunair Oostende Belgium 145–137 Netherlands Nashua EBBC 75–69 70–68
Scholl Wels Austria 154–224 Portugal Ovarense 91–113 63–111
Ungmennafélag Njarðvíkur Iceland 155–216 West Germany Bayer 04 Leverkusen 81–112 74–104
Honvéd Hungary 151–198 Turkey Çukurova Üniversitesi 70-93 81–105

Second round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Uudenkaupungin Urheilijat Finland 186–188 Israel Maccabi Ramat Gan 96–93 90–95
Södertälje Sweden 140–146 Belgium Sunair Oostende 78–72 62–74
Ovarense Portugal 150–218 Greece PAOK 83–101 67–117
Bayer 04 Leverkusen West Germany 174–184 France Mulhouse 97–88 77–96
Çukurova Üniversitesi Turkey 136–179 Italy Knorr Bologna 72-71 64–108
CSKA Sofia Bulgaria 179–204 Spain Real Madrid 92-109 87–95
Apollon Limassol Cyprus 139–182 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan 71-100 68–82
T71 Dudelange Luxembourg 149–240 Soviet Union Žalgiris 80-112 69–128

Quarterfinals[edit]

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

Group A[edit]

Italy KNO Soviet Union ŽAL Belgium OOS Israel MRG
Italy KNO 102-79 93-85 86-73
Soviet Union ŽAL 83-86 101-82 84-82
Belgium OOS 69-78 102-82 92-95
Israel MRG 96-95 90-93 107-116
Team Pld Pts W L PF PA PD
1. Italy Knorr Bologna 6 11 5 1 540 485 +55
2. Soviet Union Žalgiris 6 9 3 3 522 544 -22
3. Belgium Sunair Oostende 6 8 2 4 546 556 -10
4. Israel Maccabi Ramat Gan 6 8 2 4 543 566 -23

Group B[edit]

Spain RMD Greece PAOK Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia PAR France MUL
Spain RMD 92-71 101-76 91-86
Greece PAOK 80-77 93-81 92-76
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia PAR 88-105 95-79 91-83
France MUL 76-100 81-82 80-71
Team Pld Pts W L PF PA PD
1. Spain Real Madrid 6 11 5 1 566 477 +89
2. Greece PAOK 6 10 4 2 497 502 -5
3. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan 6 8 2 4 502 541 -39
4. France Mulhouse 6 7 1 5 482 527 -45

Semifinals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Knorr Bologna Italy 171–157 Greece PAOK 77–57 94–100
Real Madrid Spain 170–169 Soviet Union Žalgiris 93–80 77–89

Final[edit]

March 13, PalaGiglio, Florence

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Knorr Bologna Italy 79–74 Spain Real Madrid


1989–90 FIBA European Cup Winners' Cup Champions
Italy
Knorr Bologna
1st title

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Saporta Cup (C2)". linguasport.com. Retrieved 2014-07-19.

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