FIBA Europe SuperCup Women

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FIBA Europe SuperCup Women
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2018 FIBA Europe SuperCup Women
SportBasketball
Founded2009
No. of teams2
CountryFIBA Europe member associations
Most recent
champion(s)
Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg (3rd title)
Most titlesRussia UMMC Ekaterinburg
(3 titles)
Official websiteSuperCup Women

The SuperCup Women (or Women SuperCup) is a super cup competition organized by FIBA Europe and contested between the winners of EuroLeague Women and EuroCup Women.

History[edit]

The first edition of the Cup took place on October 20, 2009 and was contested between Spartak Moscow Region and Galatasaray in Vidnoye.

The SuperCup Women was in 2015 played in Final Four format between finalists of EuroLeague Women and EuroCup Women.

Finals[edit]

Year Host Final Third and fourth place
Winner Score Runner-up Third place Fourth place
2009
Details
 Russia (Vidnoye) Russia
Spartak Moscow Region
92–59 Turkey
Galatasaray
Played one game
2010
Details
 Greece (Marousi) Russia
Spartak Moscow Region
70–61 Greece
Athinaikos
2011
Details
 Spain (Salamanca) Spain
Perfumerías Avenida
95–72 Israel
Elitzur Ramla
2012

Not held[1]
2013
Details
 Russia (Ekaterinburg) Russia
UMMC Ekaterinburg
72–63 Russia
Dynamo Moscow
Played one game
2014

Not held
2015
Details
 Belgium (Braine-l'Alleud) Czech Republic
ZVVZ USK Praha
93–91 Russia
UMMC Ekaterinburg
Belgium
Castors Braine
France
ESB Villeneuve-d'Ascq
2016
Details
 France (Villeneuve-d'Ascq) Russia
UMMC Ekaterinburg
66–63 France
ESB Villeneuve-d'Ascq
Played one game
2017
Details
 Russia (Kursk) Russia
Dynamo Kursk
84–73 Turkey
Yakın Doğu Üniversitesi
2018
Details
 Russia (Ekaterinburg) Russia
UMMC Ekaterinburg
79–40 Turkey
Galatasaray

Performance by club[edit]

Club Winners Winning years Runners-up Runner-up years
Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg
3
2013, 2016, 2018
1
2015
Russia Spartak Moscow Region
2
2009, 2010
Spain Perfumerías Avenida
1
2011
Czech Republic ZVVZ USK Praha
1
2015
Russia Dynamo Kursk
1
2017
Turkey Galatasaray
2
2009, 2018
Greece Athinaikos
1
2010
Israel Elitzur Ramla
1
2011
Russia Dynamo Moscow
1
2013
France ESB Villeneuve-d'Ascq
1
2016
Turkey Yakın Doğu Üniversitesi
1
2017

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ No FIBA Europe Supercup in 2012 Archived 2013-07-20 at the Wayback Machine lovewomensbasketball.com 5 September 2012

External links[edit]