2006–07 EuroLeague Women

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2006–07 EuroLeague Women
League EuroLeague Women
Sport Basketball
Regular Season
Final
EuroLeague Women seasons
← 2005–06

The EuroLeague Women is an international basketball club competition for elite clubs throughout Europe. The 2006–2007 season features 18 competing teams from 10 different countries. The draw for the groups was held on August 6, 2006 in Munich. The competition began on November 1, 2006.

Note that the competition is operated by FIBA Europe — unlike the men's Euroleague, which is run by a body known as Euroleague Basketball (company).

Regular season[edit]

Key to colors
     Top five places in each group, plus highest-ranked sixth-place team,
advance to eighth-finals
     Eliminated

Tiebreakers:[1]

  • Head-to-head record in matches between the tied clubs
  • Overall goal average in games between the tied clubs (points scored divided by points allowed)
  • Overall goal average in all group matches (first tiebreaker if tied clubs are not in the same group)

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1. Russia Spartak Moscow Region 10 9 1 753 557 196
2. Lithuania TEO Vilnius 10 7 3 673 678 −5
3. Hungary MKB Euroleasing Sopron 10 6 4 727 653 74
4. Poland Wisla Can-Pack 10 5 5 736 727 9
5. France USO Mondeville 10 3 7 710 759 −49
6. Italy Famila Schio Basket 10 0 10 559 784 −225

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1. Russia CSKA Volgaburmash 10 8 2 704 597 107
2. France CJM Bourges Basket 10 8 2 645 596 49
3. Hungary MiZo Pécs 10 6 4 665 633 32
4. Spain Halcon Avenida 10 4 6 636 691 −55
5. Belgium Dexia Namur 10 3 7 622 657 −35
6. Czech Republic ZVVZ USK Prague 10 1 9 565 663 −98

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1. Turkey Fenerbahçe Istanbul 10 8 2 711 650 61
2. Spain Ros Casares Valencia 10 6 4 738 6652 86
3. Czech Republic Gambrinus Brno 10 6 4 690 621 69
4. Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg 10 6 4 697 707 −10
5. France US Valenciennes 10 3 7 667 708 −41
6. Poland Lotos Gdynia 10 1 9 600 765 −165

Knockout Phase[edit]

Round of 16[edit]

Team #1   Agg.   Team #2   1st leg     2nd leg     3rd leg  
Fenerbahçe Istanbul Turkey 2 – 1 Belgium Dexia Namur 80–66 59–66 84–56
MKB Euroleasing Sopron Hungary 2 – 1 Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg 86–76 69–71 80–70
Gambrinus Brno Czech Republic 2 – 1 Hungary MiZo Pécs 80–47 56–72 67–48
TEO Vilnius Lithuania 2 – 0 Spain Halcon Avenida 78–66 74–68
USO Mondeville France 0 – 2 France CJM Bourges Basket 53–66 63–73
ZVVZ USK Prague Czech Republic 0 – 2 Russia Spartak Moscow Region 52–67 54–82
Ros Casares Valencia Spain 2 – 0 Poland Wisla Can-Pack 80–72 67–57
US Valenciennes France 0 – 2 Russia CSKA Volgaburmash 70–76 75–85

Round of 8[edit]

Team #1   Agg.   Team #2   1st leg     2nd leg     3rd leg  
CSKA Volgaburmash Russia 2 – 0 Hungary MKB Euroleasing Sopron 75–62 75–63
Fenerbahçe Istanbul Turkey 1 – 2 Spain Ros Casares Valencia 69–67 53–71 80–82
CJM Bourges Basket France 2 – 0 Lithuania TEO Vilnius 66–60 60–54
Spartak Moscow Region Russia 2 – 1 Czech Republic Gambrinus Brno 58–73 81–63 72–59

Final four[edit]

Semi finals[edit]

March 30
18:00
Spartak Moscow Region Russia 90–76 Russia CSKA Volgaburmash
Scoring by quarter: 20–16, 18–21, 27–18, 25–21
Vidnoye
Attendance: 4500
Referees: Guerrino Cerebuch Italy, Marius Ciulin Romania
March 30
20:30
CJM Bourges Basket France 59–73 Spain Ros Casares Valencia
Scoring by quarter: 21–16, 16–23, 16–18, 6–16
Vidnoye
Attendance: 2100
Referees: Robert Lottermoser Germany, Jasmina Tatic Serbia

Third Place[edit]

April 1
17:00
CSKA Volgaburmash Russia 68–59 France CJM Bourges Basket
Scoring by quarter: 16–7, 17–23, 19–16, 16–13
Vidnoye
Attendance: 4500
Referees: Robert Lottermoser Germany, Apostolos Kalpakas Sweden

Final[edit]

April 1
19:30
Spartak Moscow Region Russia 76–62 Spain Ros Casares Valencia
Scoring by quarter: 18–14, 20–12, 16–18, 22–18
Pts: T. Thompson 24
Rebs: T. Thompson 8
Asts: S. Bird 4
Pts: D. Milton 21
Rebs: D. Milton 11
Asts: D. Milton, E.Aguilar 2
Vidnoye
Attendance: 4700
Referees: Guerrino Cerebuch Italy, Jasmina Tatic Serbia


2006–07 EuroLeague Women Champions
Russia
Spartak Moscow Region
First title

Euroleague Women 2007 Final Four MVPUnited States Tina Thompson, Spartak Moscow Region

References[edit]

  1. ^ From Official Basketball Rules on FIBA website.

External links[edit]