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European Chess Club Cup

The European Chess Club Cup is a major chess event that is held every year in Europe.

History

The tournament origins are from the former Yugoslavia, where chess club competition was quite popular. In 1996 the Women's Chess Club competition was added.

Men's tournament

Champions:[1]

  • 1956 ŠK Partizan
  • 1976 Burevestnik Moscow and Solingen SG
  • 1979 Burevestnik Moscow
  • 1982 Spartacus Budapest
  • 1984 Trud Moscow
  • 1986 CSKA Moscow
  • 1988 CSKA Moscow
  • 1990 CSKA Moscow and Solingen SG
  • 1992 Bayern Munich
  • 1993 Lyon Oyonnax
  • 1994 ŠK Bosna & Lyon Oyonnax
  • 1995 Yerevan city
  • 1996 Sberbank Tatarstan Kazan
  • 1997 Ladia Azov
  • 1998 Panfox Breda
  • 1999 ŠK Bosna
  • 2000 ŠK Bosna
  • 2001 Nikel Norilsk
  • 2002 ŠK Bosna
  • 2003 NAO Paris
  • 2004 NAO Paris [1]
  • 2005 Tomsk-400
  • 2006 Tomsk-400 [2]
  • 2007 Linex Magic-Mérida
  • 2008 Ural Sverdlovskaya oblast [3]
  • 2009 Economist-SGSEU-1 Saratov
  • 2010 Economist-SGSEU-1 Saratov
  • 2011 Saint-Petersburg Chess Federation
  • 2012 SOCAR Azerbaijan
  • 2013 G-Team Nový Bor
  • 2014 SOCAR Azerbaijan

Women's tournament

Champions:[2]

  • 1996 Merani Tbilisi
  • 1997 Goša Smederevska Pal.
  • 1998 AEM-Luxten Timişoara
  • 1999 Rudenko School Kherson
  • 2000 Agrouniverzal Belgrade
  • 2001 Agrouniverzal Belgrade
  • 2002 BAS Belgrade
  • 2003 Internet CG Podgorica
  • 2004 NTN Tbilisi
  • 2005 NTN Tbilisi
  • 2006 Mika Yerevan
  • 2007 CE Monte Carlo
  • 2008 CE Monte Carlo
  • 2009 Spartak Vidnoe
  • 2010 CE Monte Carlo
  • 2011 AVS
  • 2012 CE Monte Carlo
  • 2013 CE Monte Carlo
  • 2014 Batumi Chess Club "Nona"

References

  1. ^ http://www.ecc2009.com/history_eng.htm
  2. ^ http://www.ecc2009.com/history_eng.htm
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