Supercopa de España de Baloncesto

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Spanish Basketball Supercup
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2016 Supercopa de España de Baloncesto
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Sport Basketball
Founded 1984 (FEB)
2004 (ACB)
Inaugural season 1984–85
No. of teams 4
Country Spain Spain
Continent European Union Europe
Most recent
champion(s)
Herbaliife Gran Canaria
(1st title)
Most titles FC Barcelona
(6 titles)
Related
competitions
ACB League
Spanish King's Cup

The Supercopa de España de Baloncesto (English: Spanish Supercup of Basketball) is a Spanish annual men's professional basketball competition. The competition is a super cup tournament.

Format[edit]

Teams that take part in this competition are:[1]

  1. Host team
  2. Liga ACB champion
  3. Copa del Rey champion
  4. Best qualified team in European competitions: EuroLeague champion
  5. If vacancies exist, they will be awarded in the following order:
    1. EuroCup champion
    2. Liga ACB runner-up
    3. Copa del Rey runner-up
    4. EuroLeague runner-up
    5. EuroCup runner-up
    6. EuroLeague Final Four participant
  6. If a vacant continues existing, the best qualified at Liga ACB will get the spot.

The finals[edit]

From 1984 to 1988, the Supercopa was played between the winner of the Liga ACB and the winner of the Copa del Rey before the season. It existed during four years.

In 1985, two editions were celebrated. The first one was during the 1984–85 ACB season and the second one just before the 1985–86 ACB season season.

Season Champions Score Runners-up Venue Location MVP
Single game format
1985[N 1] Real Madrid 101–61 CAI Zaragoza Poliesportiu Municipal L'Alcora N/A
1985[N 1] Ron Negrita Joventut 104–91 Real Madrid Pabellón Polideportivo Pisuerga Valladolid
1986 Ron Negrita Joventut 74–67 Real Madrid Pazo dos Deportes de Riazor A Coruña
1987 FC Barcelona 91–88 Ram Joventut Polideportivo Municipal Vigo
Modern Final Four format
2004 FC Barcelona 76–75 Real Madrid Martín Carpena Málaga Serbia and Montenegro Dejan Bodiroga
2005 Tau Cerámica 61–55 Granada Palacio de Deportes Granada Argentina Luis Scola
2006 Tau Cerámica 83–78 Unicaja Martín Carpena Málaga Brazil Tiago Splitter
2007 Tau Cerámica 85–73 Iurbentia Bilbao Bizkaia Arena Bilbao Brazil Tiago Splitter (2x)
2008 Tau Cerámica 86–85 CAI Zaragoza Pabellón Príncipe Felipe Zaragoza Argentina Pablo Prigioni
2009 Regal FC Barcelona 86–82 Real Madrid Centro Insular de Deportes Las Palmas Spain Juan Carlos Navarro
2010 Regal FC Barcelona 83–63 Power Electronics Valencia Fernando Buesa Arena Vitoria-Gasteiz Spain Juan Carlos Navarro (2x)
2011 FC Barcelona Regal 82–73 Caja Laboral Bilbao Arena Bilbao Spain Juan Carlos Navarro (3x)
2012 Real Madrid 95–84 FC Barcelona Regal Pabellón Príncipe Felipe Zaragoza Spain Rudy Fernández
2013 Real Madrid 83–79 FC Barcelona Fernando Buesa Arena Vitoria-Gasteiz Spain Sergio Rodríguez
2014 Real Madrid 99–78 FC Barcelona Fernando Buesa Arena Vitoria-Gasteiz Spain Sergio Llull
2015 FC Barcelona Lassa 80–62 Unicaja Martín Carpena Málaga Spain Pau Ribas
2016 Herbalife Gran Canaria 79–59 FC Barcelona Lassa Fernando Buesa Arena Vitoria-Gasteiz United States Kyle Kuric
2017 Gran Canaria Arena Las Palmas

Performance by club[edit]

Club Titles Runner-up Champion Years
FC Barcelona 6 4 1987, 2004, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2015
Real Madrid 4 4 1985, 2012, 2013, 2014
Baskonia 4 1 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
Joventut Badalona 2 1 1985, 1986
Gran Canaria 1 0 2016
Málaga 0 2
CB Zaragoza 0 1
Granada 0 1
Bilbao 0 1
Basket Zaragoza 0 1
Valencia 0 1

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b In 1985 two editions were played: the first one was part of the 1984–85 ACB season while the second one belonged to the 1985–86 one.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "La Supercopa Endesa 2016 se celebrará en Vitoria-Gasteiz" (in Spanish). ACB.com. 1 August 2016. Retrieved 1 August 2016. 

External links[edit]