Copa del Rey de Baloncesto

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Copa del Rey de Baloncesto
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2017 Copa del Rey de Baloncesto
Sport Basketball
Inaugural season 1933
No. of teams 8
Country Spain Spain
Continent European Union Europe
Most recent
champion(s)
Real Madrid
(26th title)
Most titles Real Madrid
(26 titles)
Related
competitions
ACB League
Spanish Supercup

The Copa del Rey de Baloncesto (English: King's Cup of Basketball) is an annual cup competition for Spanish basketball teams organized by Spain's top professional league, Asociación de Clubes de Baloncesto. It was originally known as the Copa de España de Baloncesto and was first played in 1933. It was the first nationwide basketball competition played in Spain. During the Franco years it was referred to as the Copa del Generalísimo, before becoming the Copa del Rey in 1977.

Since 1987, the Final Eight format has been used. At the end of the first half of the regular season, the top eight teams from the Spanish League qualify. The eight teams play a play-off at one venue, over four days, eventually producing a winner. The Final Eight is one of the highlights of the Spanish sporting calendar.

Title holders[edit]

Finals[edit]

Year Winner Score Runners-up Venue Location Top scorer
Copa de España
1933 Rayo Club Madrid 21–11 Madrid CF Jardines del Cine Goya Madrid Spain Juan Castellví
1935 Societé Patrie 23–19 Rayo Club Madrid Parc Municipal de Montjuïc Barcelona Spain Fernando Font
1936 Rayo Club Madrid 23–20 Societé Patrie Frontón de Recoletos Madrid France Raoul Arnaud
Copa del Generalísimo
1940 L'Hospitalet 20–17 Atlético Gracia Polideportivo de Sarriá Barcelona Spain Ramón Sanahuja
1941 Español 35–20 L'Hospitalet Frontón Fiesta Alegre Madrid Spain Ramón Sanahuja
1942 Layetano 30–28 FC Barcelona Frontón Zaragozano Zaragoza Spain Sebastián Navarrete
1943 FC Barcelona 27–25 Layetano Frontón Balear Palma Spain Eduardo Kucharski
1944 Layetano 32–18 Real Madrid Club de Campo Vigo Spain Eduardo Kucharski
1945 FC Barcelona 37–34 Layetano Pista de Gran Vía Barcelona Spain Eduardo Kucharski
1946 FC Barcelona 44–35 Montgat Plaza de toros de las Arenas Barcelona Spain Juan Ferrando
1947 FC Barcelona 39–25 Canarias de Madrid Centro de Natación Helios Zaragoza Spain Juan Ferrando
1948 Juventud Badalona 41–32 Real Madrid Instituto Deportivo General Yagüe Burgos Spain Andrés Oller
1949 FC Barcelona (play-off) Real Madrid Palacio de Deportes del Club América Madrid Spain Andrés Oller
1950 FC Barcelona 46–39 Juventud Badalona Plaza de toros de las Arenas Barcelona Spain Andrés Oller
1951 Real Madrid 47–36 FC Barcelona Frontón Gros San Sebastián Puerto Rico Guillermo Galíndez
1952 Real Madrid 43–31 Juventud Badalona Plaza de toros de Alicante Alicante Puerto Rico Guillermo Galíndez
1953 Juventud Badalona 41–39 Real Madrid Colegio San José Valladolid Spain Ignacio Pinedo
1954 Real Madrid 56–41 Juventud Badalona Frontón Fiesta Alegre Madrid Puerto Rico Guillermo Galíndez
1955 Juventud Badalona 59–44 Real Madrid Pabellón del Deporte Barcelona Spain José Brunet
1956 Real Madrid 59–55 Aismalíbar Frontón Fiesta Alegre Madrid Spain Alfonso Martínez
1957 Real Madrid 54–50 Aismalíbar Pista de Vista Alegre Vigo Spain Alfonso Martínez
1958 Juventud Badalona 74–69 Real Madrid Centro de Natación Helios Zaragoza Spain José Brunet
1959 FC Barcelona 50–36 Aismalíbar Palacio de los Deportes Barcelona Spain Jorge Bonareu
1960 Real Madrid 76–64 Hesperia Frontón Fiesta Alegre Madrid United States Travis Montgomery
1961 Real Madrid 76–51 FC Barcelona Frontón Deportivo Bilbao Spain Emiliano Rodríguez
1962 Real Madrid 80–66 Estudiantes Palacio de los Deportes Barcelona Spain José Ramón Ramos
1963 Estudiantes 94–90 Real Madrid Frontón Urumea San Sebastián Spain José Ramón Ramos
1964 Picadero 63–51 Aismalíbar Palacio de Deportes Lugo Spain Miguel Albanell
1965 Real Madrid 102–82 Náutico Tenerife Pabellón de Deportes Salamanca Spain Alejandro Plasencia
Spain Lolo Sainz
1966 Real Madrid 62–61 Juventud Badalona Pabellón del Casal Sagrada Familia Terrassa Spain Clifford Luyk
1967 Real Madrid 82–80 Kas Vitoria Frontón Vitoriano Vitoria-Gasteiz Spain Clifford Luyk
1968 Picadero 58–55 Juventud Badalona Pabellón de Deportes de La Arena Gijón Spain Enrique Margall
1969 Juventud Badalona 82–81 Real Madrid Pabellón de Deportes Ourense Spain Clifford Luyk
1970 Real Madrid 102–90 Juventud Badalona Palacio de los Deportes León Spain Clifford Luyk
1971 Real Madrid 72–63 Juventud Badalona Pabellón de Deportes de Mendizorroza Vitoria-Gasteiz Spain Clifford Luyk
Spain Luis Miguel Santillana
1972 Real Madrid 92–77 Juventud Badalona Palacio de Deportes de Riazor A Coruña Spain Emiliano Rodríguez
1973 Real Madrid 123–79 Estudiantes Monteverde Pabellón Polideportivo de La Salle Paterna Spain Clifford Luyk
1974 Real Madrid 87–85 Juventud Schweppes Pabellón de Deportes Alicante Spain Miguel Ángel Estrada
1975 Real Madrid 114–85 Estudiantes Monteverde Pabellón Polideportivo Jaén Spain Gonzalo Sagi-Vela
1976 Juventud Schweppes 99–88 Real Madrid Pabellón Municipal Cartagena Spain Wayne Brabender
Copa del Rey
1977 Real Madrid 97–71 FC Barcelona Nuevo Palacio de Deportes Palma Spain Wayne Brabender
1978 FC Barcelona 103–96 Real Madrid Pabellón Municipal Zaragoza United States Bob Guyette
1979 FC Barcelona 130–113 Tempus Polideportivo Anaitasuna Pamplona Spain Chicho Sibilio
1980 FC Barcelona 92–83 Manresa EB Pabellón Municipal de Punta Arnela Ferrol United States Bob Fullarton
1981 FC Barcelona 106–90 Real Madrid Pabellón Municipal Almería Spain Epi
1982 FC Barcelona 110–108 Real Madrid Polideportivo Entrepuentes Badajoz Spain Chicho Sibilio
1983 FC Barcelona 125–93 Inmobanco Pabellón Municipal de Deportes Palencia Spain Epi
1984 CAI Zaragoza 81–78 FC Barcelona Pabellón Municipal Zaragoza Spain Epi
1985 Real Madrid 90–76 Ron Negrita Joventut Pavelló Club Joventut Badalona Badalona Spain Fernando Martín
1986 Real Madrid 87–79 Ron Negrita Joventut Palau Blaugrana Barcelona Spain Jordi Villacampa
1987 FC Barcelona 110–102 Ron Negrita Joventut Palacio Municipal de Deportes Santa Cruz United States Wallace Bryant
1988 FC Barcelona 84–83 Real Madrid Pabellón Polideportivo Pisuerga Valladolid United States Wendell Alexis
1989 Real Madrid 85–81 FC Barcelona Pazo dos Deportes de Riazor A Coruña Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dražen Petrović
Year Winner Score Runners-up Venue Location MVP
1990 CAI Zaragoza 76–69 Ram Joventut Centro Insular de Deportes Las Palmas United States Mark Davis
1991 FC Barcelona 67–65 Estudiantes Caja Postal Pabellón Príncipe Felipe Zaragoza Spain Juan Antonio Orenga
1992 Estudiantes Caja Postal 61–56 CAI Zaragoza Palacio de Deportes Granada United States John Pinone
1993 Real Madrid 74–71 Marbella Joventut Coliseum da Coruña A Coruña (2) United States Joe Arlauckas
1994 FC Barcelona 86–75 Taugrés Palacio San Pablo Sevilla Croatia Velimir Perasović
1995 Taugrés 88–80 AmWay Zaragoza Palacio de Deportes (2) Granada (2) Spain Pablo Laso
1996 TDK Manresa 94–92 FC Barcelona Palacio de Deportes Murcia Spain Joan Creus
1997 Festina Joventut 79–71 Cáceres Palacio de los Deportes León United States Andre Turner
1998 Pamesa Valencia 89–75 Pinturas Bruguer Badalona Pabellón Polideportivo Pisuerga (2) Valladolid (2) Spain Nacho Rodilla
1999 TAU Cerámica 70–61 Caja San Fernando Pabellón Fuente de San Luis Valencia United States Elmer Bennett
2000 Adecco Estudiantes 73–63 Pamesa Valencia Fernando Buesa Arena Vitoria-Gasteiz Spain Alfonso Reyes
2001 FC Barcelona 80–77 Real Madrid Palacio Martín Carpena Málaga Spain Pau Gasol
2002 TAU Cerámica 85–83 FC Barcelona Fernando Buesa Arena (2) Vitoria-Gasteiz (2) Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dejan Tomašević
2003 FC Barcelona 84–78 TAU Cerámica Pabellón Fuente de San Luis (2) Valencia (2) Serbia and Montenegro Dejan Bodiroga
2004 TAU Cerámica 81–77 DKV Joventut Palacio San Pablo (2) Sevilla (2) Spain Rudy Fernández
2005 Unicaja 80–76 Real Madrid Pabellón Príncipe Felipe (2) Zaragoza (2) Spain Jorge Garbajosa
2006 TAU Cerámica 85–80 Pamesa Valencia Palacio de los Deportes Madrid Argentina Pablo Prigioni
2007 Winterthur FC Barcelona 69–53 Real Madrid Palacio Martín Carpena (2) Málaga (2) Spain Jordi Trias
2008 DKV Joventut 82–80 TAU Cerámica Fernando Buesa Arena (3) Vitoria-Gasteiz (3) Spain Rudy Fernández (2)
2009 TAU Cerámica 100–98 Unicaja Palacio de los Deportes (2) Madrid (2) Bosnia and Herzegovina Mirza Teletović
2010 Regal FC Barcelona 80–61 Real Madrid Bizkaia Arena Bilbao Spain Fran Vázquez
2011 Regal FC Barcelona 68–60 Real Madrid Palacio de los Deportes (3) Madrid (3) United States Alan Anderson
2012 Real Madrid 91–74 FC Barcelona Regal Palau Sant Jordi Barcelona Spain Sergio Llull
2013 FC Barcelona Regal 85–69 Valencia Fernando Buesa Arena (4) Vitoria-Gasteiz (4) United States Pete Mickeal
2014 Real Madrid 77–76 FC Barcelona Palacio Martín Carpena (3) Málaga (3) Spain Nikola Mirotić
2015 Real Madrid 77–71 FC Barcelona Gran Canaria Arena Las Palmas (2) Spain Rudy Fernández (3)
2016 Real Madrid 85–81 Herbalife Gran Canaria Coliseum da Coruña (2) A Coruña (3) Mexico Gustavo Ayón

Source: [1][2]

Titles by team[edit]

[citation needed]

Team Winners Runners-up Winning years
Real Madrid 26 19 1951, 1952, 1954, 1956, 1957, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1985, 1986, 1989, 1993, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016
FC Barcelona 23 11 1943, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1949, 1950, 1959, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1987, 1988, 1991, 1994, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2013
Joventut Badalona 8 16 1948, 1953, 1955, 1958, 1969, 1976, 1997, 2008
Baskonia 6 3 1995, 1999, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2009
Estudiantes 3 4 1963, 1992, 2000
Laietà 2 2 1942, 1944
Zaragoza 2 2 1984, 1990
Rayo Club Madrid 2 1 1933, 1936
Picadero 2 0 1964, 1968
Valencia 1 3 1998
Societé Patrie 1 1 1935
L'Hospitalet 1 1 1940
Manresa 1 1 1996
Málaga 1 1 2005
Espanyol 1 0 1941
Aismalíbar 0 4
Inmobanco 0 2
Montgat 0 1
Canarias de Madrid 0 1
Hesperia 0 1
Náutico Tenerife 0 1
Kas Vitoria 0 1
Cáceres 0 1
Sevilla 0 1
Gran Canaria 0 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ Palmarés de la Copa del Rey; ACB.com. In Spanish.
  2. ^ Copa de España; Linguasport. In Spanish.

External links[edit]