Eurocup in basketball

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May 28, 2022

The ULEB Eurocup (from 2002 to 2008 called the ULEB Cup, the ULEB Cup) is the second most important professional competition for basketball clubs in Europe. Teams participating in this competition qualify through national or regional championships. The Eurocup champion automatically qualifies for the Euroleague for next season. The Eurocup was formed in 2002 and can be considered a fusion between the old competitions, the Radivoje Korac Cup and the Raymond Saporta Cup.

Previous finals

Success of clubs

Success by country

Individual awards

The most useful player of the Eurocup in basketball The most useful player in the Eurocup final in basketball A rising star of the Eurocup in basketball The ideal Eurocup basketball team Eurocup basketball coach of the year

Records

Biggest visit

The biggest visit to one Eurocup match was recorded in the 2013/14 season. in the Belgrade Arena, at the return match of the quarterfinals between Crvena zvezda and Budiveljnik, played on March 26, 2014. At that time, the game was attended by 24,232 spectators, which is also the record of all competitions in European club basketball under the auspices of ULEB. The previously valid record was set 10 years earlier - on March 21, 2004 in Madrid, in the first game of the semifinals between Real and Estudiantes.

See more

Overall table of the Eurocup in basketball ULEB ranking list of European national basketball leagues

Reference

External links

ULEB Cup official website ULEB Eurocup statistics