European professional basketball club rankings

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The European professional basketball club rankings are determined by the results of the professional basketball clubs in the EuroLeague and the EuroCup over the previous three seasons, excluding the competition's qualifying rounds.

The clubs receive two points for a win and one point for a loss, in games of the main stages of the EuroLeague and the EuroCup. Qualifying round results are not taken into account. Clubs also receive 2 bonus points for reaching the Top 16 stage of the EuroCup, 2 bonus points for reaching the last 8 stage, one bonus point for reaching the last 4 stage, and 1 bonus point for reaching the Finals.[1]

In case of a tie, the club with more wins in the last three seasons will rank higher. Should a tie persist, the ranking in the last EuroLeague or EuroCup season will determine the positions.

Current ranking[edit]

The top clubs in the current rankings (through the EuroLeague 2018–19 season and EuroCup 2018–19 season) are as follows (updated to June 2019):

Rank
2019
Rank
2018
Mvmt. Club Country 2016–17 2017–18 2018–19 Points LC
1 1 Disc Plain yellow dark.svg CSKA Moscow Russia Russia 66 68 71 205 1
2 2 Disc Plain yellow dark.svg Fenerbahçe Turkey Turkey 64 67 69 200 2
3 3 Disc Plain yellow dark.svg Real Madrid Spain Spain 67 66 66 199 3
4 4 Disc Plain yellow dark.svg Olympiacos Greece Greece 66 58 47 171 4
5 6 Green-Up-Arrow.svg +1 Panathinaikos Greece Greece 56 58 53 167 5
6 11 Green-Up-Arrow.svg +5 Anadolu Efes Turkey Turkey 58 39 67 164 6
7 7 Disc Plain yellow dark.svg Žalgiris Lithuania Lithuania 46 63 54 163 7
8 5 RedDownArrow.svg −3 Baskonia Spain Spain 54 55 54 163 8
9 10 Green-Up-Arrow.svg +1 FC Barcelona Spain Spain 44 43 59 146 9
10 16 Green-Up-Arrow.svg +6 Valencia Basket Spain Spain 47 44 49 140
11 9 RedDownArrow.svg −2 Darüşşafaka Turkey Turkey 55 47 37 139
12 21 Green-Up-Arrow.svg +9 Maccabi Tel Aviv Israel Israel 42 45 46 133 10
13 13 Disc Plain yellow dark.svg Khimki Russia Russia 32 55 41 128
14 17 Green-Up-Arrow.svg +3 Olimpia Milan Italy Italy 40 42 46 128 11
15 19 Green-Up-Arrow.svg +4 Bayern Munich Germany Germany 34 42 46 122
16 15 RedDownArrow.svg −1 Unicaja Spain Spain 41 45 35 121
17 8 RedDownArrow.svg −9 Lokomotiv Kuban Russia Russia 33 48 37 118
18 20 Green-Up-Arrow.svg +2 UNICS Russia Russia 40 35 42 117
19 12 RedDownArrow.svg −7 Crvena zvezda Serbia Serbia 48 43 26 115
20 22 Green-Up-Arrow.svg +2 Gran Canaria Spain Spain 31 31 40 102
21 25 Green-Up-Arrow.svg +4 ALBA Berlin Germany Germany 21 26 47 94
22 23 Green-Up-Arrow.svg +1 Zenit Russia Russia 29 34 24 87
23 14 RedDownArrow.svg −9 Brose Bamberg Germany Germany 42 43 0 85
24 18 RedDownArrow.svg −6 Galatasaray Turkey Turkey 43 24 13 80
25 29 Green-Up-Arrow.svg +4 Rytas Lithuania Lithuania 22 25 30 77
26 31 Green-Up-Arrow.svg +5 Budućnost Montenegro Montenegro 8 31 38 77
27 24 RedDownArrow.svg −3 Cedevita Croatia Croatia 24 23 23 70
28 42 Green-Up-Arrow.svg +14 ASVEL France France 0 28 36 64
29 32 RedDownArrow.svg −3 ratiopharm Ulm Germany Germany 20 12 26 58
30 60 Green-Up-Arrow.svg +30 Andorra Spain Spain 0 13 39 52

Top club by period[edit]

The top-ranked clubs in each 3-year period listed by year:[2]

Years Club Ranking
2008–2011 Spain FC Barcelona 132
2009–2012 Spain FC Barcelona 131
2010–2013 Spain FC Barcelona 144
2011–2014 Russia CSKA Moscow 164
2012–2015 Russia CSKA Moscow 178
2013–2016 Russia CSKA Moscow 178
2014–2017 Russia CSKA Moscow 186
2015–2018 Russia CSKA Moscow 193
2016–2019 Russia CSKA Moscow 205

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