British Women's Basketball Championship

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British Women's Basketball Championship
Sport Basketball
Founded 1965
Inaugural season 1965-66
Ceased 2014
Country United Kingdom United Kingdom
Continent FIBA Europe (Europe)
Last
champion(s)
City of Sheffield Hatters (15 title)
Level on pyramid 1
Official website englandbasketball.co.uk

British Women's Basketball Championship (born British Basketball League Women) - Women's basketball tournament teams UK. The first draw took place in 1965, which was the team of champions from London "Malory." Most titles - 15 counts in City of Sheffield Hatters from Sheffield.

History[edit]

Champions[edit]

Year Place Champion Result Runner up
1965 Harrow Malory 42 : 24 Sheffield Hatters
1966 Stoke-on-Trent Malory 45 : 28 London Unicorns
1967 Harrow Malory 50 : 48 London Unicorns
1968 Bracknell Abbey Wood 2 – 0 Malory
1969 Bracknell Malory 59 : 41 Saint Mary’s
1970 Bracknell Abbey Wood 65 : 53 Eston Tigers
1971 Leeds Abbey Wood 45 : 41 Turnford Tigers
1972 Leeds Turnford Tigers 59 : 50 Abbey Wood
1973 Bracknell Turnford Tigers 73 : 64 Eston Eagles
1974 Walsall Eston Eagles 56 : 37 Turnford Tigers
1975 Edmonton Cleveland Eagles 48 : 44 Turnford Tigers
1976 Edmonton Turnford Tigers 47 : 40 Cleveland Eagles
1977 Wembley Turnford Tigers 64 : 62 Cleveland Eagles
1978 Wembley Turnford Tigers 60 : 59 Cleveland Eagles
1979 Hinckley Turnford Tigers 65 : 50 Corvus Luton
1980 Wembley Turnford Tigers 91 : 48 Corvus Luton
1981 Wembley Southgate 59 : 48 Crystal Palace
1982 Wembley Southgate 67 : 61 Northampton
1983 Wembley Southgate 55 : 53 Northampton
1984 Wembley Northampton 75 : 59 Nottingham
1985 Wembley Northampton 93 : 68 Crystal Palace
1986 Wembley Crystal Palace 73 : 65 Northampton
1987 Wembley Northampton 69 : 65 London YMCA
1988 Wembley Stockport 78 : 66 Northampton
1989 Birmingham Northampton 66 : 65 Stockport
1990 Birmingham Northampton 70 : 68 Sheffield Hatters
1991 Birmingham Crystal Palace 56 : 52 Northampton
1992 Wembley Thames Valley Tigers 56 : 54 Sheffield Hatters
1993 Wembley Sheffield Hatters 64 : 63 Northampton
1994 Wembley Thames Valley Tigers 60 : 56 Sheffield Hatters
1995 Wembley Sheffield Hatters 76 : 65 Barking & Dagenham
1996 Wembley Sheffield Hatters 73 : 62 Birmingham QC
1997 Wembley Sheffield Hatters 72 : 50 Thames Valley Tigers
1998 Manchester Sheffield Hatters 66 : 63 Thames Valley Tigers
1999 Guildford Sheffield Hatters 63 : 60 Thames Valley Tigers
2000 Wembley Sheffield Hatters 64 : 50 Spelthorne Acers
2001 Wembley Rhondda Rebels Sheffield Hatters
2002 Coventry Sheffield Hatters 74 : 60 Rhondda Rebels
2003 Birmingham Sheffield Hatters 62 : 56 Rhondda Rebels
2004 Birmingham Sheffield Hatters 72 : 61 Rhondda Rebels
2005 Birmingham Rhondda Rebels 64 : 58 Sheffield Hatters
2006 Birmingham Rhondda Rebels 79 : 67 Sheffield Hatters
2007 Newcastle upon Tyne Sheffield Hatters 76 : 63 Rhondda Rebels
2008 Sheffield Rhondda Rebels 72 : 70 Sheffield Hatters
2009 Manchester Sheffield Hatters 81 : 48 Cardiff Archers
2010 Manchester Cardiff Archers 56 : 52 Sheffield Hatters
2011 Manchester Sheffield Hatters 91 : 69 Cardiff Archers
2012 Manchester Sheffield Hatters 93 : 72 Cardiff Archers
2013 Manchester Sheffield Hatters 70 : 57 Barking Abbey
2014 Manchester Loughborough 68 : 63 Sheffield Hatters

List of champions[edit]

External links[edit]