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Women's CEV Cup

The CEV Cup is the second top official competition for women's volleyball clubs of Europe and takes place every year. Until 2000, it was the CEV Cup Winners' Cup. In 2000 it was renamed to CEV Top Teams Cup and in 2007 it was renamed to CEV Cup. The former CEV Cup was renamed to CEV Challenge Cup.

Contents

  • Results 1
    • Cup Winners Cup 1.1
    • Top Teams Cup 1.2
    • CEV Cup 1.3
  • Titles By Country 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Results

Cup Winners Cup

Year Final
Champion Score Runner-Up
1972/1973 CSKA Moscow CSKA Sofia
1973/1974 CSKA Moscow Rudá Hvězda Prague
1974/1975 Schweriner SC CSKA Moscow
1975/1976 Slavia Bratislava CSKA Sofia
1976/1977 Iskra Vorochilovgrad Ujpest Budapest
1977/1978 Dynamo Berlin Kralovo Pole Brno
1978/1979 Rudá Hvězda Prague Schweriner SC
1979/1980 Vasas SC Budapest USC Münster
1980/1981 Vasas SC Budapest Leningradka
1981/1982 CSKA Sofia Dynamo Moscow
1982/1983 Medin Odessa Rudá Hvězda Prague
1983/1984 Dynamo Berlin PV Reggio Emilia
1984/1985 Dynamo Berlin Uraločka NTMK
1985/1986 Uraločka NTMK SV Lohhof
1986/1987 Kommunalnik Minsk PV Reggio Emilia
1987/1988 CSKA Moscow Volley Modena
1988/1989 ADK Alma-Ata Schweriner SC
1989/1990 ADK Alma-Ata PV Reggio Emilia
1990/1991 ADK Alma-Ata CSKA Sofia
1991/1992 USC Münster Sirio Perugia
1992/1993 Volley Cats Berlin BZBK Baku
1993/1994 Pallavolo Ancona RC Villebon 91
1994/1995 Volley Modena USC Münster
1995/1996 Volley Modena VBC Riom
1996/1997 Volley Modena VBC Riom
1997/1998 CSKA Moscow RC Cannes
1998/1999 Eczacıbaşı Istanbul PV Reggio Emilia
1999/2000 Sirio Perugia Panathinaikos

Top Teams Cup

Year Final
Champion Score Runner-Up
2000/2001 Asterix Kieldrecht Telekom Post Wien
2001/2002 Azerrail Baku 3-0 Jedinstvo Užice
2002/2003 RC Villebon 91 3-0 Zeiler Koniz
2003/2004 VakıfBank 3-0 Ulm Aliud Pharma
2004/2005 Pallavolo Chieri 3-0 TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen
2005/2006 Sant'Orsola Asystel Novara 3-2 Dynamo Moscow
2006/2007 Grupo 2002 Murcia[1] 3-0 CSKA Moscow

CEV Cup

Year Final
Champion Score Runner-Up
2007/2008 Scavolini Pesaro[2] 3-0 Rocheville Le Cannet
2008/2009 Asystel Novara[3] 3-0 Uralochka NTMK Ekaterinburg
2009/2010 Yamamay Busto Arsizio[4] 3-1 Crvena Zvezda Beograd
2010/2011 Tiboni Urbino 3-0 / 3-1 Dynamo Krasnodar
2011/2012 Yamamay Busto Arsizio[5] 1-3 / 3-1 (Golden Set 15-9) Galatasaray Istanbul
2012/2013 Muszynianka Muszyna 3-2 / 3-2 Fenerbahçe
2013/2014 Fenerbahçe 3-2 / 3-0 Uralochka NTMK Ekaterinburg
2014/2015 Dynamo Krasnodar 3-0 / 1-3 (Golden Set 15-10) PGE Atom Trefl Sopot
2015/2016

Titles By Country

Nation Wins Years
 Italy 12 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
 Soviet Union 10 1973, 1974, 1977, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991
 East Germany 4 1975, 1978, 1984, 1985
 Turkey 3 1999, 2004, 2014
 Czechoslovakia 2 1976, 1979
 Hungary 2 1980, 1981
 Germany 2 1992, 1993
 Russia 2 1998, 2015
 Poland 1 2013
 Bulgaria 1 1982
 Belgium 1 2001
 France 1 2003
 Spain 1 2007
 Azerbaijan 1 2002

References

  1. ^ CEV. "Grupo 2002 Murcia takes Women’s Top Teams Cup to Spain". Retrieved 2010-04-04. 
  2. ^ CEV. "Scavolini PESARO wins the 2007/08 Women's CEV Cup". Retrieved 2011-03-20. 
  3. ^ CEV. "Asystel NOVARA claims third European title". Retrieved 2010-04-04. 
  4. ^ CEV. "Yamamay BUSTO ARSIZIO claims Women’s CEV Cup gold medal". Retrieved 2010-04-04. 
  5. ^ "Yamamay routs Galatasaray in return game to claim second CEV Cup title". Istanbul, Turkey: CEV. 2012-04-01. Retrieved 2015-05-12. 

External links

  • CEV Website
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