Copa Castilla y León

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Copa Castilla y León
Sport Basketball
Founded 2002
No. of teams 4
Country Castile and León Castile and Lion (Spain)
Continent Europe Europe
Most recent
champion(s)
Palencia Baloncesto (1st title)
TV partner(s) CyLTV
Official website BasketCyL.com

The Copa de Castilla y León (Castile and León Cup) is a basketball competition between the best teams of Castile and León, organized by the Castile and León Basketball Federation. From 2002 to 2005, the different teams where facing them every round and the final was played always against CB Valladolid, the only team in ACB in that years.

Since 2006, a Final Four tournament is played every pre-season in Palencia.

Champions[edit]

Teams Winners Runners-Up Winning years
CB Valladolid 8 1 2002, 2004–05, 2005–06, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011
Palencia Baloncesto 2 5 2012, 2015
CB Tizona 2 0 2013, 2014
Baloncesto León 1 4 2003–04
CB Atapuerca 1 4 2008
CB Miraflores 1 1 2016

History[edit]

Stepladder format
Year Host Winner Runner-up Score Final MVP
2002 Burgos CB Valladolid CB Atapuerca 96–69
2003–04 León Baloncesto León CB Valladolid 78–77
2004–05 Burgos CB Valladolid CB Atapuerca 87–81 [1]
2005–06 Burgos CB Valladolid CB Atapuerca 79–69 Spain Fernando San Emeterio [2]
Final Four format
Year Host Winner Runner-up Score Final MVP
2006 Palencia CB Valladolid Baloncesto León 89–85 Spain Óscar Yebra [3]
2007 Palencia CB Valladolid Baloncesto León 71–67 [4]
2008 Palencia CB Atapuerca Baloncesto León 73–69 Argentina Diego García
2009 Palencia CB Valladolid Baloncesto León 78–68 United States Brian Chase [5]
2010 Palencia CB Valladolid Palencia Baloncesto 75–58 United States Marcus Slaughter [6]
2011 Palencia CB Valladolid Palencia Baloncesto 63–55 Spain Carles Bravo [7]
2012 Valladolid Palencia Baloncesto CB Atapuerca 82–77 Spain Carles Bravo [8]
2013 Palencia CB Tizona Palencia Baloncesto 72–69 United States Taylor Coppenrath
2014 Palencia CB Tizona Palencia Baloncesto 78–69 Spain Urko Otegui
2015 Palencia Palencia Baloncesto CB Miraflores 78–72 Spain Marc Blanch
2016 Palencia CB Miraflores Palencia Baloncesto 91–82

Results[edit]

I Copa Castilla y León 2002[edit]

After a try in 2001 with the teams of Liga EBA, the Castile and León Federation decided to improve the tournament including in it all the elite clubs of the autonomous community. The first round was played in a one legged round-robin format by all the Liga EBA teams.[9]

Team W L PF PA ZAR ULE CBZ PAL
Zarzuela Maristas 3 0 244 204 85–57 78–72
Universidad de León 2 1 266 237 75–81
CB Zamora 1 2 218 248 76–90 85–73
Ciudad de Palencia 0 3 231 264 86–101
  Second Round
Valladolid
Third round
Burgos, October 8
Final
Burgos, November 19
                           
    Autocid Ford Burgos 69
    Autocid Ford Burgos 88     Fórum Valladolid 96
Zarzuela Maristas 76     Baloncesto León 87  
Autocid Ford Burgos 88

II Copa Castilla y León 2003–04[edit]

The second edition had a similar format but changing the first round. This was played with a two-legged round robin format by the four Liga EBA teams of the community.[10]

Team W L PF PA PAL LEO OBI ZAM
Ciudad de Palencia 6 0 599 376 93–71 115–46 91–56
Universidad de León 4 2 477 495 67–97 98–96 71–61
Óbila CB 2 4 470 560 79–111 90–101 94–71
UFC Zamora 0 6 367 482 57–92 58–69 64–65
  Second round
Palencia, September 30
Third round
Palencia, November 5
Final
León, January 20
                           
    Baloncesto León 78
    Hormigones Saldaña 98     Fórum Valladolid 77
Hormigones Saldaña 92     Baloncesto León 107  
Autocid Ford Burgos 91

III Copa Castilla y León 2004-05[edit]

Like in the first edition, the Liga EBA teams played the first round with a single-legged round-robin format.[11]

Team W L PF PA SAL AVI ULE UVA ZAM
Hormigones Saldaña 4 1 416 344 101–64 74–45
Carrefour Ávila 3 2 400 393 85–76 86–72
Universidad de León 2 3 390 422 87–75 68–70 99–90
Universidad de Valladolid 2 3 343 374 74–76 74–81 80–75
UFC Zamora 1 4 325 341 76–89 84–73
  Second round
Palencia, September 21
Third round
Burgos, November 30
Final
Burgos, February 15
                           
    Autocid Ford Burgos 81
    Autocid Ford Burgos 86     Fórum Valladolid 87
Hormigones Saldaña 71     Baloncesto León 81  
Autocid Ford Burgos 77

IV Copa Castilla y León 2005-06[edit]

In this edition, the Liga EBA teams played the first round with a double-legged round-robin format. The two first qualified teams played the second round against the two LEB 2 teams.[12]

Team W L PF PA BUL PER ZAM ULE SEG
Matchmind Carrefour El Bulevar 3 1 310 263 85–72 79–62
Maderas Peralta 2 2 307 283 79–74 74–48
UFC Zamora 2 2 290 308 76–71 75–72
Universidad de León 2 2 262 289 70–69 80–67
Caja Segovia 1 3 278 304 65–86 79–64
  Second Round
Palencia, September 21
Semifinal
Burgos, January 3
Final
Burgos, February 14
                           
    Autocid Ford Burgos 69
    Autocid Ford Burgos 97     Fórum Valladolid 79
Hormigones Saldaña 62     Baloncesto León 83  
Autocid Ford Burgos 71

XV Copa Castilla y León 2016[edit]

The 2016 edition was played between the two LEB Oro teams (Quesos Cerrato Palencia and San Pablo Inmobiliaria Burgos, who joined directly the semifinals) and the four LEB Plata teams, that played a previous round in Íscar. Miraflores, with the name of San Pablo Inmobiliaria Burgos won its first title, the fourth for the city of Burgos.

 
First round Semi-finals Final
 
                   
 
 
 
 
24 September
 
 
San Pablo Inmobiliaria Burgos 96
 
17 September
 
Carrefour "El Bulevar" de Ávila 75
 
Carrefour "El Bulevar" de Ávila 80
 
24 September
 
Agustinos Leclerc 63
 
San Pablo Inmobiliaria Burgos 91
 
 
Quesos Cerrato Palencia 82
 
 
24 September
 
 
Quesos Cerrato Palencia 86
 
17 September
 
Comercial Ulsa CBC Valladolid 75 Third Place
 
Comercial Ulsa CBC Valladolid 71
 
25 September
 
Aquimisa Laboratorios Queso Zamorano 63
 
Carrefour "El Bulevar" de Ávila 67
 
 
Comercial Ulsa CBC Valladolid 66
 

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