European Chess Club Cup

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The European Chess Club Cup is an annual chess tournament for club teams from Europe. It is organised by the European Chess Union.

The competition is held with the Swiss system over seven round. Each team fields six players at every match.

History[edit]

The tournament origins are from the former Yugoslavia, where chess club competitions were quite popular. In 1996, the women's competition was added.

Winners[edit]

Men's event[edit]

  • 1956 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia ŠK Partizan
  • 1976 Soviet Union Burevestnik Moscow and Germany Solingen SG
  • 1979 Soviet Union Burevestnik Moscow
  • 1982 Hungary Spartacus Budapest
  • 1984 Soviet Union Trud Moscow
  • 1986 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
  • 1988 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
  • 1990 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow and Germany Solingen SG
  • 1992 Germany Bayern Munich
  • 1993 France Lyon Oyonnax
  • 1994 Bosnia and Herzegovina ŠK Bosna & France Lyon Oyonnax
  • 1995 Armenia Yerevan city
  • 1996 Russia Sberbank Tatarstan Kazan
  • 1997 Russia Ladia Azov
  • 1998 Netherlands Panfox Breda
  • 1999 Bosnia and Herzegovina ŠK Bosna
  • 2000 Bosnia and Herzegovina ŠK Bosna
  • 2001 Russia Nikel Norilsk
  • 2002 Bosnia and Herzegovina ŠK Bosna
  • 2003 France NAO Paris
  • 2004 France NAO Paris[1]
  • 2005 Russia Tomsk-400
  • 2006 Russia Tomsk-400
  • 2007 Spain Linex Magic-Mérida
  • 2008 Russia Ural Sverdlovskaya oblast[2]
  • 2009 Russia Economist-SGSEU-1 Saratov
  • 2010 Russia Economist-SGSEU-1 Saratov
  • 2011 Russia Saint-Petersburg Chess Federation
  • 2012 Azerbaijan SOCAR Azerbaijan
  • 2013 Czech Republic G-Team Nový Bor
  • 2014 Azerbaijan SOCAR Azerbaijan
  • 2015 Russia Siberia Novosibirsk
  • 2016 Republic of Macedonia Alkaloid Skopje
  • 2017

Women's event[edit]

  • 1996 Serbia and Montenegro Agrouniverzal Belgrade and Georgia (country) Merani Tbilisi
  • 1997 Serbia and Montenegro Goša Smederevska Pal.
  • 1998 Romania AEM-Luxten Timişoara
  • 1999 Ukraine Rudenko School Kherson
  • 2000 Serbia and Montenegro Agrouniverzal Belgrade
  • 2001 Serbia and Montenegro Agrouniverzal Belgrade
  • 2002 Serbia and Montenegro BAS Belgrade
  • 2003 Serbia and Montenegro Internet CG Podgorica
  • 2004 Georgia (country) NTN Tbilisi
  • 2005 Georgia (country) NTN Tbilisi
  • 2006 Armenia Mika Yerevan
  • 2007 Monaco CE Monte Carlo
  • 2008 Monaco CE Monte Carlo
  • 2009 Russia Spartak Vidnoe
  • 2010 Monaco CE Monte Carlo
  • 2011 Russia AVS
  • 2012 Monaco CE Monte Carlo
  • 2013 Monaco CE Monte Carlo
  • 2014 Georgia (country) Batumi Chess Club "Nona"
  • 2015 Georgia (country) Batumi Chess Club "Nona"
  • 2016 Monaco CE Monte Carlo
  • 2017

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NAO defends Euro Club Cup title". Chess News. 2004-10-14. Retrieved 2016-11-20. 
  2. ^ "European Club Cup – Final Standings | European Club Cup 2008 -". ecc2008.chessdom.com. Retrieved 2016-11-20.