Aris B.C. Games

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Over the years, Aris B.C. has participated in European Cups both in the FIBA Europe and Euroleague Basketball (company) eras, and the club has won three European basketball titles, the FIBA European Cup, the FIBA Korać Cup, and the FIBA Europe Champions Cup.

FIBA Cup Winners' Cup 1966-67[edit]

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1st Round Bye
Eightfinals Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 91-71 71-101

FIBA Korac Cup 1974-75[edit]

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1st Round Bye
2nd Round Bulgaria Levski Sofia 83-64 37-60

FIBA Korac Cup 1976-77[edit]

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1st Round Bye
2nd Round Italy IBP Roma 79-80 68-110

FIBA Korac Cup 1977-78[edit]

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1st Round France Le Mans 71-82 46-98

FIBA Champions Cup 1979-80[edit]

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Group Stage Romania Dinamo Bucharest 76-74 71-77
Turkey Efes Pilsen 112-87 63-66
Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 104-103 78-111

FIBA Korac Cup 1980-81[edit]

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1st Round Bye
2nd Round Hungary MÁVAG Budapest 90-84 97-90
Group Stage Italy Venezia 85-86 78-115
Czechoslovakia Brno 101-87 83-114
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia KK Jugoplastika 87-83 93-110

FIBA Korac Cup 1981-82[edit]

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1st Round Bye
2nd Round France Limoges 88-77 77-106

FIBA Korac Cup 1982-83[edit]

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1st Round Israel Hapoel Afula 93-66 87-113
2nd Round Italy Banco Roma 86-89 60-86

FIBA Champions Cup 1983-84[edit]

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Preliminary Round Cyprus A.E. Limassol 97-56 106-49
1st Round Germany BG Göttingen 77-73 91-77
2nd Round Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 62-68 76-75

FIBA Korac Cup 1984-85[edit]

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1st Round Bulgaria Levski Sofia 90-66 117-100
2nd Round Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia KK Zadar 84-71 89-94
Group Stage Spain Caja Madrid 106-100 81-85
France Le Mans 103-90 115-91
Italy Peroni Livorno 83-72 94-100
Semifinal Italy Varese 80-77 71-95

FIBA Champions Cup 1985-86[edit]

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Preliminary Round Albania Partizani Tirana 80-81 95-81
1st Round Germany Bayer Leverkusen 89-72 93-76
2nd Round France Limoges 89-81 87-105

FIBA Champions Cup 1986-87[edit]

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1st Round Belgium Sunair Oostende 115-77 125-77
2nd Round Italy Tracer Milano 98-67 49-83

FIBA Champions Cup 1987-88[edit]

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2nd Round Switzerland Pully Lausanne 113-104 127-125
Group Stage France Pau-Orthez 92-86 81-97
Spain FC Barcelona 93-107 89-88
Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 93-77 91-95
Germany BSC Saturn Köln 107-101 100-98
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia KK Partizan 96-87 94–101
Netherlands EBBC Den Bosch 120-99 88-87
Italy Philips Milano 120-95 82-97
Final Four Italy Philips Milano 82-87
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia KK Partizan 93-105

FIBA Champions Cup 1988-89[edit]

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1st Round Cyprus A.E. Limassol 115-67 115-75
2nd Round Sweden Södertälje 105-82 85-93
Group Stage Netherlands EBBC Den Bosch 116-83 90-85
Spain FC Barcelona 90-84 81-97
Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 90-102 77-97
Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 89-83 100-88
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia KK Jugoplastika 96-85 83-94
France Limoges 80-77 106-115
Italy Scavolini Pesaro 79-72 92-99
Final Four Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 86-99
Spain FC Barcelona 88-71

FIBA Champions Cup 1989-90[edit]

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2nd Round Bulgaria BC Balkan Botevgrad 119-88 107-91
Group Stage Poland KK Poznań 116-92 103-78
Spain FC Barcelona 94-100 56-90
Italy Philips Milano 95-77 92-100
France Limoges 89-79 84-94
Netherlands Commodore Den Helder 110-102 99-72
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia KK Jugoplastika 79-80 89-85
Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 98-81 92-94
Final Four Spain FC Barcelona 83-104
France Limoges 91-103

FIBA Champions Cup 1990-91[edit]

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2nd Round Finland Uusikaupunki 140-91 116-92
Group Stage United Kingdom Kingston 103-90 96-97
Spain FC Barcelona 93-110 64-92
Germany Bayer Leverkusen 133-117 89-98
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Pop 84 Split 92-71 63-93
Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 93-81 89-101
France Limoges 108-88 106-98
Italy Scavolini Pesaro 96-95 89-93

FIBA European League 1991-92[edit]

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1st Round Albania Partizani Tirana 110-67 98-79
2nd Round Poland Śląsk Wrocław 106-88 75-74
Group Stage Germany Bayer Leverkusen 103-89 80-126
Spain CB Estudiantes 88-99 58-88
Spain Joventut Badalona 92-118 69-91
Netherlands Commodore Den Helder 74-69 79-93
Belgium Antwerpen 86-84 76-92
Italy Philips Milano 108-111 86-117
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia KK Partizan 75-83 65-99

FIBA European Cup 1992-93[edit]

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1st Round Bye
2nd Round Belarus Dinamo Minsk 107–70 117–59
3rd Round Poland Śląsk Wrocław 102–75 90–80
Group Stage Israel Hapoel Galil Elyon 88–75 69–80
France Cholet 104–72 70–60
Portugal Benfica 83–72 75–67
Croatia KK Split 89–56 76–66
Ukraine Budivelnyk Kyiv 67–61 94–80
Semifinals Spain CAI Zaragoza 82–66 86–84
Final Turkey Efes Pilsen 50–48

FIBA European Cup 1993-94[edit]

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1st Round Bye
2nd Round Cyprus APOEL 98-57 94-76
3rd Round Israel Hapoel Gevat 78-65 88-91
Group Stage Croatia KK Zadar 98-95 83-90
Bulgaria Levski Sofia 83-71 128-112
Israel Hapoel Galil Elyon 83–78 88-89
France Cholet 92-83 87-91
Portugal Ovarense Ovar 95-87 103-87
Semifinal Slovenia Olimpija Ljubljana 83-79
Slovenia Olimpija Ljubljana 78-84
Slovenia Olimpija Ljubljana 61-74

FIBA Korac Cup 1994-95[edit]

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1st Round Bye
2nd Round Poland MKS Polonia 88-90 81-75
Sixteen finals Russia Dynamo Moscow 89-86 94-99

FIBA Korac Cup 1995-96[edit]

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1st Round Bye
2nd Round Hungary Szolnok 106-72 66-64
3rd Round Poland Stal Bobry 94-51 54-80
Group Stage Germany ALBA Berlin 81-79 86-104
Spain Zaragoza 81-70 84-89
Italy Teamsystem Bologna 83-60 84-88

FIBA Korac Cup 1996-97[edit]

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Group Stage Czech Republic USK Praha 77–65 90–88
Slovenia Maribor Ovni 77–55 75–70
Croatia Olimpija Osijek 74–67 74–71
Sixteen finals Turkey Beşiktaş 77–64 65–64
Eightfinals Serbia and Montenegro Beobanka 82–68 61–70
Quarter finals Greece Peristeri 75–65 64–71
Semifinals Italy Benetton Treviso 77–73 86–87
Finals Turkey Tofaş 66–77 88–70

FIBA Korac Cup 1997-98[edit]

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Group Stage Slovenia Maribor Ovni 94-59 71-53
Germany TBB Trier 95-55 70-81
Hungary Falco Leptek 101-62 97-81
Sixteen finals Spain Bàsquet Manresa 96-74 67-84
Eightfinals Latvia BK Ventspils 102-66 73-67
Quarter finals Italy Calze Pompea Roma 79-80 79-86

FIBA Saporta Cup 1998-99[edit]

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Group Stage Sweden Plannja Basket 92-60 103-80
Bosnia and Herzegovina HKK Široki 67-57 89-53
France Limoges 55-57 79-73
Germany Trier 86-71 85-65
Belgium Antwerpen 82-62 61-59
Sixteen finals Lithuania Statyba 85-72 76-77
Eightfinals Latvia BK Ventspils 79-64 65-73
Quarter finals Slovenia Pivovarna Laško 95-72 63-72
Semifinal Spain Pamesa Valencia 50-58 64-70

FIBA Korac Cup 1999-2000[edit]

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Group Stage Bulgaria Levski Sofia 87–79 77-74
Cyprus Apollon Limassol 94-64 73-88
Sixteen finals Belgium Telindus Oostende 87-71 65-75
Eightfinals Turkey Türk Telekom Ankara 62-73 59-82

FIBA Saporta Cup 2000-01[edit]

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Group Stage Turkey Beşiktaş 101-98 101-87
Russia UNICS Kazan 75-73 61-93
Croatia KK Zagreb 20-0 20-0
Portugal Porto 66-81 73-74
Austria Arkadia Traiskirchen Lions 112-96 90-57
Eightfinals Greece Maroussi 76-88 0-20

FIBA Champions Cup 2002-03[edit]

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Group Stage 1
(Southern Group)
Israel Bnei HaSharon 75–78 101–92
Greece Maroussi 87–78 78–90
Cyprus Keravnos Strovolou 83–67 69–61
Croatia KK Split 111–88 97–79
Final Four
(Southern Region)
Greece Peristeri 86–84
Bulgaria Academic Sofia 80–81
Group Stage 2 France Strasbourg 93–87 83–103
Russia Khimki Moscow 83–80 79–75
Israel Hapoel Tel Aviv 96–84 71–75
Quarter finals Bulgaria Academic Sofia 91–73 67–77
Semifinal Serbia and Montenegro Hemofarm 73–66
Final Poland Prokom Trefl Sopot 84–83

FIBA Europe League 2003-04[edit]

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Group Stage Finland Espoon Honka 97-60 77-73
Ukraine BC Kyiv 74-53 75-74
Israel Hapoel Tel Aviv 78-67 64-71
Russia Ural Great 76-86 93-98
Latvia Skonto Riga 88-51 107-98
Germany GHP Bamberg 92-81 64-78
Poland Warbud Warszawa 111-92 75-90
Eight finals Poland Anwil Włocławek 98-92 96-85
Quarter finals Greece Maroussi BC 76-85
Greece Maroussi BC 101-93
Greece Maroussi BC 90-99

ULEB Cup 2004-05[edit]

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Group Stage Bulgaria Academic Sofia 91-75 91-75
Turkey Türk Telekom 97-58 87-78
Italy Vertical Vision Cantù 99-77 73-86
Serbia KK FMP 76-73 77-88
Russia Dynamo Moscow 80-95 77-84
Eight finals Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas 77-75 77-81

ULEB Cup 2005-06[edit]

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Group Stage Germany ALBA Berlin 97-80 89-86
Belgium Euphony Basket Bree 81-74 64-69
Latvia BK Ventspils 96-78 76-96
Spain Adecco Estudiantes 73-69 89-76
Bulgaria Lukoil Academic 97-91 65-66
Eightfinals Greece Panionios B.C. 112-105 72-70
Quarter Finals France ASVEL Lyon-Villeurbanne 77-67 67-60
Semifinals Serbia KK Hemofarm 82-77 71-74
Final Russia Dynamo Moscow 60-73

Euroleague Basketball 2006-07[edit]

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Group Stage Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 66-58 86-80
Russia CSKA Moscow 62-65 68-83
Italy Basket Napoli 80-72 69-71
France Pau-Orthez 74-72 62-77
Italy Benetton Treviso 65-60 42-64
Lithuania Žalgiris Kaunas 73-66 66-77
Spain FC Barcelona 75-82 83-86
Top 16 Russia Dynamo Moscow 74-86 69-71
Spain Unicaja Málaga 83-65 74-76
Italy Benetton Treviso 79-80 72-83

Euroleague Basketball 2007-08[edit]

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Group Stage Spain Unicaja Málaga 87-83 52-73
France Le Mans 93-74 69-66
Croatia KK Cibona 77-73 83-76
Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas 69-72 70-77
Italy Armani Jeans Milano 70-77 69-77
Turkey Efes Pilsen 67-64 84-74
Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 94-101 70-85
Top 16 Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 88-96 60-59
Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas 83-74 74-89
Spain Tau Ceramica 69-87 74-90

Eurocup 2008-09[edit]

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Group Stage Greece Panellinios 72-77 71-69
Israel Bnei HaSharon 84-71 86-89
Turkey Türk Telekom 79-75 65-78

Euroleague Basketball 2009-10[edit]

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1st Qualifying Round Greece Maroussi BC 69-67 60-89

Eurocup 2009-10[edit]

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Group Stage Croatia KK Zadar 73-67 73-68
Israel Hapoel Jerusalem 81-77 89-79
Lithuania BC Šiauliai 85-67 91-92
Top 16 Spain Joventut Badalona 84-54 72-74
France Le Mans 71-72 75-79
Germany ALBA Berlin 80-67 65-61
Quarterfinals Spain Valencia BC 64-71 67-85

Eurocup 2010-11[edit]

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Qualifying Round Bulgaria Lukoil Academic 92-93 78-74
Group Stage Ukraine BC Azovmash 88-75 82-77
Israel Hapoel Gilboa Galil Elyon 91-70 92-83
Croatia Cedevita Zagreb 85-76 76-81
Top 16 Ukraine BC Budivelnyk 85-69 78-73
France Le Mans 73-78 70-85
Germany BG Göttingen 82-84 55-74

Eurocup 2011-12[edit]

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Group Stage Czech Republic ČEZ Basketball Nymburk 55-64 72-78
Lithuania BC Rūdupis 96-86 71-60
Netherlands GasTerra Flames 79-58 58-51
Top 16 Russia BC Khimki 48-73 72-88
Ukraine BC Donetsk 66-77 74-81
France ASVEL Basket 77-60 79-52

Aris' Cumulative Stats & Numbers[edit]

Competition Seasons Games Wins Losses Points
FIBA Champions Cup (Euroleague) 9 112 64 48 10351-9984
ULEB Euroleague 3 42 17 25 3053-3197
FIBA Saporta Cup (Eurocup) 5 66 47 19 5302-4714
ULEB Eurocup 6 75 43 32 5844-5675
FIBA Korac Cup 12 82 47 35 6709-6527
FIBA Europe League (Eurochallenge) 1 19 12 7 1632-1526
FIBA Champions Cup (Eurocup Challenge) 1 20 14 6 1687-1601
TOTAL 36 416 244 172 34578-33224

FIBA Eurocup Women 2010-11[edit]

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Group Stage Serbia ZKK Partizan Galenika 54-64 67-60
Turkey Besiktas JK Cola Turka 68-66 45-61
Sixteenth-Finals Russia Dynamo GUVD 61-77 59-103

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