CEV Challenge Cup

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CEV Challenge Cup
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2015–16 CEV Challenge Cup
Sport Volleyball
Founded 1980
Country CEV members
Continent Europe
Most recent champion(s) Serbia OK Vojvodina (1st title)

The CEV Challenge Cup is an official competition for men's Volleyball clubs of Europe and takes place every year. It was started in the 1980–81 season under the name CEV Cup. In 2007 it was renamed to CEV Challenge Cup.[1]


CEV Cup[edit]

Year Final
Champion Result Runner-Up
1980–1981 France AS Cannes Italy Loreto
1981–1982 Netherlands Star Lift Voorburg Italy Toseroni Roma
1982–1983 Italy Panini Modena Netherlands Orion Doetinchem
1983–1984 Italy Panini Modena Italy Casio Milano
1984–1985 Italy Panini Modena Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan Beograd
1985–1986 Italy Kutiba Falconara Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bosna Sarajevo
1986–1987 Italy Ener-Mix Milano Italy Santal Parma
1987–1988 Soviet Union Avtomobilist Leningrad Italy Ciesse Padova
1988–1989 Soviet Union Avtomobilist Leningrad Italy Petrarca Padova
1989–1990 Germany Moerser SC Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan Beograd
1990–1991 Italy Sisley Treviso Soviet Union Radiotechnik Riga
1991–1992 Italy Maxicono Parma Italy Charro Padova
1992–1993 Italy Sisley Treviso Italy Charro Padova
1993–1994 Italy Petrarca Padova Russia Samotlor Nizhievartovsk
1994–1995 Italy Pallavolo Parma 3-0 Greece Orestiada
1995–1996 Italy Alpitour Traco Cuneo Italy Edilcuoghi Ravenna
1996–1997 Italy Porto Ravenna Turkey Netaş Istanbul
1997–1998 Italy Sisley Treviso Belgium Knack Roeselare
1998–1999 Italy Palermo Volley Belgium Knack Roeselare
1999–2000 Italy Roma Volley Italy Casa Unibon Modena
2000–2001 Italy Lube Banca Macerata Italy Casa Unibon Modena
2001–2002 Italy Noicom Cuneo 3-1 Russia Lokomotiv Belgorod
2002–2003 Italy Sisley Treviso 3-0 Italy Lube Macerata
2003–2004 Italy Kerakoll Modena 3-2 Italy Coprasystel Piacenza
2004–2005 Italy Lube Macerata 3-2 Spain Son Amar Palma Mallorca
2005–2006 Italy Lube Macerata 3-0 Russia Iskra Odintsovo
2006–2007 Russia Fakel Novy Urengoy 3-0 Italy Copra Piacenza

CEV Challenge Cup[edit]

Year Final
Champion Result Runner-Up
2007–2008 Italy Cimone Modena 3-1 Russia UEM-Izumrud Ekaterinburg
2008–2009 Turkey Arkas Spor Izmir[2] 3-2 Poland Jastrzebski Wegiel SA
2009–2010 Italy RPA Perugia[3] 3-0 Croatia Mladost Zagreb
2010–2011 Italy Lube Banca Macerata 3-0, 3-2 Turkey Arkas Spor Izmir
2011–2012 Poland AZS Częstochowa 3-1, 2-3, 18-16 (g.s.) Poland AZS Politechnika Warszawa
2012–2013 Italy Copra Elior Piacenza 3-0, 3-0 Russia Ural Ufa
2013–2014 Turkey Fenerbahçe Grundig 2-3, 3-0 Italy Andreoli Latina
2014–2015 Serbia OK Vojvodina 3-1, 2-3 Portugal Benfica


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