CEV Cup

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CEV Cup
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2018–19 Men's CEV Cup
SportMen's volleyball
Founded1972
CountryCEV members
ContinentEurope
Most recent
champion(s)
Russia Belogorie Belgorod
Official websiteWebsite

The CEV Cup is the second top official competition for men's Volleyball clubs of Europe and takes place every year.

Until 2000, it was the CEV Cup Winners' Cup. In 2000 it was renamed CEV Top Teams Cup and in 2007 it was renamed CEV Cup.[1] The former CEV Cup was renamed to CEV Challenge Cup.

Results summary[edit]

Year Final Third and fourth place
Champion Score Second place
1972–73
Details
Soviet Union
Zvezda Voroshilovgrad
?–? Hungary
Csepel
Poland
AZS Olsztyn
Romania
Rapid București
1973–74
Details
Soviet Union
Elektrotechnika
?–? Soviet Union
Zvezda Voroshilovgrad
Poland
Resovia Rzeszów
Italy
Lubiam Bologna
1974–75
Details
Soviet Union
Elektrotechnika
?–? Bulgaria
Levski-Spartak
Czechoslovakia
Aero Odolena Voda
Hungary
Újpest
1975–76
Details
Bulgaria
CSKA Sofia
?–? Czechoslovakia
Červená hvězda Bratislava
Italy
Klippan Torino
Netherlands
Bouwlust Orawi
1976–77
Details
Soviet Union
Elektrotechnika
?–? Romania
Steaua Bucureşti
Czechoslovakia
Aero Odolena Voda
Hungary
Budapest Honvéd
1977–78
Details
Czechoslovakia
Aero Odolena Voda
?–? Poland
AZS Olsztyn
Italy
Paoletti Catania
Turkey
Eczacıbaşı
1978–79
Details
Romania
Dinamo Bucureşti
?–? Bulgaria
Levski-Spartak
Czechoslovakia
Rudá hvězda Praha
Netherlands
Gemeenteserv Vught
1979–80
Details
Italy
Panini Modena
?–? Greece
Panathinaikos
Czechoslovakia
Aero Odolena Voda
Turkey
Vinilex Istanbul
1980–81
Details
Czechoslovakia
Červená hvězda Bratislava
?–? Romania
Steaua Bucureşti
Soviet Union
Avtomobilist Leningrad
Bulgaria
CSKA Sofia
1981–82
Details
Soviet Union
Avtomobilist Leningrad
?–? Bulgaria
Levski-Spartak
Romania
Steaua Bucureşti
France
AS Grenobloise
1982–83
Details
Soviet Union
Avtomobilist Leningrad
?–? Italy
Robe di Kappa Torino
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Vojvodina
Turkey
Güney Sanayi
1983–84
Details
Italy
Robe di Kappa Torino
?–? Spain
Son Amar Palma de Mallorca
France
Asnières Sports
Netherlands
VV Martinus
1984–85
Details
Soviet Union
Dynamo Moscow
?–? Bulgaria
Levski-Spartak
Romania
Steaua Bucureşti
West Germany
Hamburger SV
1985–86
Details
Italy
Panini Modena
?–? Romania
Steaua Bucureşti
Bulgaria
CSKA Sofia
Soviet Union
Dynamo Moscow

CEV Cup Winners' Cup[edit]

Year Final
Champion Result Runner-Up
1972/1973 Soviet Union Zvezda Voroshilovgrad Hungary Csepel
1973/1974 Soviet Union Elektrotechnika Soviet Union Zvezda Voroshilovgrad
1974/1975 Soviet Union Elektrotechnika Bulgaria Levski Sofia
1975/1976 Bulgaria CSKA Sofia Czechoslovakia Červená hvězda Bratislava
1976/1977 Soviet Union Elektrotechnika Romania Steaua Bucureşti
1977/1978 Czechoslovakia Aero Odolena Voda Poland AZS Olsztyn
1978/1979 Romania Dinamo Bucureşti Bulgaria Levski Sofia
1979/1980 Italy Panini Modena Greece Panathinaikos
1980/1981 Czechoslovakia Červená hvězda Bratislava Romania Steaua Bucureşti
1981/1982 Soviet Union Avtomobilist Leningrad Bulgaria Levski Sofia
1982/1983 Soviet Union Avtomobilist Leningrad Italy Robe di Kappa Torino
1983/1984 Italy Robe di Kappa Torino Spain Portol Son Amar Palma
1984/1985 Soviet Union Dynamo Moscow Bulgaria Levski Sofia
1985/1986 Italy Panini Modena Romania Steaua Bucureşti
1986/1987 Italy Tartarini Bologna Bulgaria Levski Sofia
1987/1988 Italy Maxicono Parma 3–0 Italy Tartarini Bologna
1988/1989 Italy Maxicono Parma 3–0 Bulgaria Levski Sofia
1989/1990 Italy Maxicono Parma 3–1 Italy Sisley Treviso
1990/1991 Italy Eurostile Montichari 3–1 Soviet Union Avtomobilist Leningrad
1991/1992 Italy Eurostile Montichari 3–2 Italy Mediolanum Milano
1992/1993 Italy Mediolanum Milano 3–1 France Cannes
1993/1994 Italy Sisley Treviso 3–2 Italy Mediolanum Milano
1994/1995 Italy Daytona Las Modena 3–0 Spain Numancia Soria
1995/1996 Greece Olympiacos 3–2 Germany Bayer Wuppertal
1996/1997 Italy Alpitour Traco Cuneo 3–0 Greece Olympiacos
1997/1998 Italy Alpitour Traco Cuneo 3–1 Greece Olympiacos
1998/1999 France Cannes 3–2 Italy Alpitour Traco Cuneo
1999/2000 France Paris 3–1 Italy Alpitour Traco Cuneo

CEV Top Teams Cup[edit]

Year Final
Champion Result Runner-Up
2000/2001 Portugal Espinho 3–2 Russia UEM-Izumrud Ekaterinburg
2001/2002 Belgium Knack Roeselare 3–1 Portugal Espinho
2002/2003 Netherlands Piet Zoomers Apeldoorn 3–1 Ukraine Lokomotiv Kharkiv
2003/2004 Ukraine Lokomotiv Kharkiv 3–1 Romania Deltacons Tulcea
2004/2005 Greece Olympiacos 3–0 Netherlands Ortec Nesselande
2005/2006 Italy Copra Berni Piacenza 3–2 Spain Portol Son Amar Palma
2006/2007 Slovenia Autocommerce Bled 3–2 Italy Cimone Modena

CEV Cup[edit]

Year Final
Champion Result Runner-Up
2007/2008 Italy Roma Volley[2] 3–0 Belgium Noliko Maaseik
2008/2009 Russia Lokomotiv Belgorod[3] 3–1 Greece Panathinaikos
2009/2010 Italy Bre Banca Lannutti Cuneo[4] 3–1 Russia Iskra Odintsovo
2010/2011 Italy Sisley Treviso 2–3, 3–1 Poland ZAKSA Kędzierzyn-Koźle
2011/2012 Russia Dinamo Moscow 3–2, 3–2 Poland Asseco Resovia Rzeszów
2012/2013 Turkey Halkbank Ankara 3–1, 3–2 Italy Andreoli Latina
2013/2014 France Paris Volley 0–3, 3–1 (GS 15–8) Russia Guberniya Nizhniy Novgorod
2014/2015 Russia Dinamo Moscow 3–1, 1–3 (GS 15–12) Italy Energy T.I. Diatec Trentino
2015/2016 Germany Berlin Recycling Volleys 3–2, 3–0 Russia Gazprom-Yugra
2016/2017 France Tours VB 0–3, 3–1 (GS 15–13) Italy Trentino Diatec
2017/2018 Russia Belogorie Belgorod 3–0, 3–2 Turkey Ziraat Bankası Ankara

Titles by club[edit]

Team Wins Runner-up Years won Years runner-up
Italy Piemonte Volley
3
2
1997, 1998, 2010 1999, 2000
Italy Modena Volley
3
1
1980, 1986, 1995 2007
Soviet Union Elektrotechnika
3
1974, 1975, 1977
Italy Pallavolo Parma
3
1988, 1989, 1990
Russia Dynamo Moscow
3
1985, 2012, 2015
Greece Olympiacos
2
2
1996, 2005 1997, 1998
Soviet Union Avtomobilist Leningrad
2
1
1982, 1983 1991
Italy Volley Treviso
2
1
1994, 2011 1990
Italy Gabeca Pallavolo
2
1991, 1992
France Paris Volley
2
2000, 2014
Russia VC Belogorie Belgorod
2
2009, 2018
Italy Gonzaga Milano
1
2
1993 1992, 1994
Soviet Union Zvezda Voroshilovgrad
1
1
1973 1974
Czechoslovakia VKP Bratislava
1
1
1981 1976
Italy CUS Torino Pallavolo
1
1
1984 1983
Italy Zinella Volley
1
1
1987 1988
France AS Cannes
1
1
1999 1993
Portugal SC Espinho
1
1
2001 2002
Ukraine Lokomotiv Kharkiv
1
1
2004 2003
Bulgaria CSKA Sofia
1
1976
Czech Republic Rudá Hvězda Praha
1
1978
Romania Dinamo Bucureşti
1
1979
Belgium Knack Randstad Roeselare
1
2002
Netherlands Piet Zoomers Apeldoorn
1
2003
Italy Volley Piacenza
1
2006
Slovenia ACH Volley Bled
1
2007
Italy M. Roma Volley
1
2008
Turkey Halkbank Ankara
1
2013
Germany Berlin Recycling Volleys
1
2016
France Tours VB
1
2017
Bulgaria Levski Sofia
6
1975, 1979, 1982, 1985, 1987, 1989
Romania Steaua Bucureşti
3
1977, 1981, 1986
Greece Panathinaikos
2
1980, 2009
Spain CV Pòrtol
2
1984, 2006
Italy Trentino Volley
2
2015, 2017
Hungary Csepel
1
1973
Poland AZS Olsztyn
1
1978
Spain Ciudad del Medio Ambiente Soria
1
1995
Germany SV Bayer Wuppertal
1
1996
Russia Lokomotiv Yekaterinburg
1
2001
Romania Deltacons Tulcea
1
2004
Netherlands Ortec Nesselande
1
2005
Belgium Noliko Maaseik
1
2008
Russia Iskra Odintsovo
1
2010
Poland ZAKSA Kędzierzyn-Koźle
1
2011
Poland Asseco Resovia Rzeszów
1
2012
Italy Andreoli Latina
1
2013
Russia Guberniya Nizhniy Novgorod
1
2014
Russia Gazprom-Yugra
1
2016
Turkey Ziraat Bankası Ankara
1
2018

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.cev.lu/mmp/online/website/news/news_archive/news_archive_2007/news_archive_2007_04/8376_EN.html
  2. ^ CEV. "ROMA Volley cruised to its first European title". Retrieved 2010-04-04.
  3. ^ CEV. "BELGOROD is back to the top, Panathinaikos defeated 3:1 at the OAKA Indoor Hall". Retrieved 2010-04-04.
  4. ^ CEV. "Bre Banca Lannutti CUNEO adds another trophy to the Italian tally". Retrieved 2010-04-04.

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