Copa Princesa de Asturias

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Copa Princesa de Asturias
Formerly Copa Príncipe de Asturias
(until 2015)
Sport Basketball
Inaugural season 1985
No. of teams 8
Country Spain Spain
Continent European Union Europe
Most recent
champion(s)
Oviedo CB
(1st title)
Most titles Club Melilla Baloncesto
(3 titles)
Related
competitions
LEB Oro

The Copa Princesa de Asturias de Baloncesto (English: Princess of Asturias' Cup of Basketball) is an annual 2nd-tier level national cup competition for Spanish professional basketball teams, that is organized by Spain's 2nd-tier level professional league, the Liga Española de Baloncesto (LEB). It was first played in 1987.

Since 2009, at the end of the first half of the season, the top two teams from the LEB Oro qualify. The Final is at champions venue.

In 2015, the cup changed its name from Copa Príncipe de Asturias to Copa Princesa de Asturias, as Leonor de Borbón became Princess of Asturias.[1]

Winners (ACB editions)[edit]

History with ACB Teams[edit]

Copa de la Asociación[edit]

Year Venue Winner Runner-Up Result
1985 Villanueva de la Serena Saski Baskonia CB Zaragoza 93–85

Copa Príncipe de Asturias[edit]

Year Venue Winner Runner-Up Result
1986 Alcora CB Estudiantes Granollers EB 89–82
1987 Vigo Joventut Badalona Bàsquet Manresa 99–80
1988 Palma FC Barcelona Real Madrid 92–90
1989 Ferrol Joventut Badalona FC Barcelona 84–80
1991 A Coruña Joventut Badalona CB Valladolid 72–52

History with LEB teams[edit]

Year Venue Winner Runner-Up Result MVP
1997 Torrelavega Cantabria Baloncesto Gijón Baloncesto 71–68 United States Bob Harstad
1998 Pineda de Mar Baloncesto Fuenlabrada Bàsquet Inca 91–75 Croatia Velimir Perasović
1999 Alicante Club Melilla Baloncesto Menorca Bàsquet 93–85 Spain José María Panadero
2000 Granada Club Ourense Baloncesto Tenerife Baloncesto 76–64 Spain Jesús Fernández
2001 Melilla Club Melilla Baloncesto Bàsquet Manresa 92–88 Spain Alberto Alzamora
2002 Ourense CB Lucentum Alicante Tenerife Baloncesto 73–55 United States Larry Lewis
2003 Inca Tenerife Baloncesto Bilbao Basket 70–55 Spain Iván Rodríguez
2004 Zaragoza Basket Zaragoza CB Plasencia 89–82 Argentina Matías Lescano
2005 Huesca Baloncesto Fuenlabrada Menorca Bàsquet 75–74 United States Tom Wideman
2006 Palma CB Murcia Bàsquet Inca 78–60 Spain Juanjo Triguero
2007 Melilla Baloncesto León Cantabria Baloncesto 92–71 Argentina Paolo Quinteros
2008 Zaragoza CB Breogán CB Lucentum Alicante 94–91 Spain Roberto Morentin
2009 Alicante CB Lucentum Alicante Club Melilla Baloncesto 95–60 Spain Txemi Urtasun
2010 Melilla Club Melilla Baloncesto Menorca Bàsquet 79–72 United States Taylor Coppenrath
2011 Santiago Obradoiro CAB CB Murcia 81–78 Spain Alberto Corbacho
2012 La Laguna CB 1939 Canarias CB Atapuerca 93–85 Spain Nacho Yáñez
2013 Burgos CB Atapuerca BC Andorra 73–67 Spain Isaac López
2014 Andorra la Vella BC Andorra Palencia Baloncesto 77–61 Spain Jordi Trias
2015 Palencia Palencia Baloncesto CB Breogán 78–69 Spain Xavi Forcada
2016 Palencia Palencia Baloncesto Club Melilla Baloncesto 87–85 Spain Dani Rodríguez
2017 Oviedo Oviedo CB CB Miraflores 80–77 Spain Miquel Salvó

Champions[edit]

Team Winners Runners-Up Winning years
Club Melilla Baloncesto 3 2 1999, 2001, 2010
CB Lucentum Alicante 2 1 2002, 2009
Palencia Baloncesto 2 1 2015, 2016
Baloncesto Fuenlabrada 2 0 1998, 2005
Tenerife Baloncesto 1 2 2003
Cantabria Baloncesto 1 1 1997
CB Murcia 1 1 2006
CB Breogán 1 1 2008
CB Atapuerca 1 1 2013
BC Andorra 1 1 2014
Club Ourense Baloncesto 1 0 2000
Basket Zaragoza 1 0 2004
Baloncesto León 1 0 2007
Obradoiro CAB 1 0 2011
CB 1939 Canarias 1 0 2012
Oviedo CB 1 0 2017
Menorca Bàsquet 0 3
Bàsquet Inca 0 2
Gijón Baloncesto 0 1
Bàsquet Manresa 0 1
Bilbao Basket 0 1
CB Plasencia 0 1
CB Miraflores 0 1

LEB Final Four and Final Eight editions[edit]

1997[edit]

Semifinals Final
           
1 Gijón Baloncesto 70
4 CB Ciudad de Huelva 63
Gijón Baloncesto 68
Cantabria Baloncesto 71
3 Cantabria Baloncesto 94
2 CB Breogán 90

1998[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                 
CB Breogán 75
CB Murcia 92
CB Murcia 75
Bàsquet Inca 79
UER Pineda de Mar 74
Bàsquet Inca 90
Bàsquet Inca 75
Fuenlabrada 91
Club Melilla Baloncesto 89
Fuenlabrada 101
Fuenlabrada 102
Askatuak SBT 89
Askatuak SBT 80
CD Juventud Córdoba 78

1999[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                 
Club Melilla Baloncesto 83
Ourense Baloncesto 78
Club Melilla Baloncesto 89
Círculo Badajoz 58
Círculo Badajoz 97
Gijón Baloncesto 84
Club Melilla Baloncesto 93
Menorca Bàsquet 85
CB Lucentum Alicante 74
Tenerife Baloncesto 76
Tenerife Baloncesto 66
Menorca Bàsquet 76
CB Breogán 79
Menorca Bàsquet 93

2000[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                 
Tenerife Baloncesto 76
CB Lucentum Alicante 62
Tenerife Baloncesto 76
Club Melilla Baloncesto 65
CE Lleida Bàsquet 64
Club Melilla Baloncesto 84
Tenerife Baloncesto 64
Ourense Baloncesto 76
Menorca Bàsquet 49
Bàsquet Inca 70
Bàsquet Inca 49
Ourense Baloncesto 61
CB Granada 71
Ourense Baloncesto 89

Since 2009, the Copa Príncipe de Asturias is only played with the two top teams at the first half of the LEB Oro season

References[edit]

  1. ^ "16 equipos en LEB Oro y cambio de nombre en la Copa" (in Spanish). El Correo de Burgos. 31 May 2015.