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FIBA Europe SuperCup Women

The SuperCup Women (or Women SuperCup) is a FIBA Europe and contested between the winners of EuroLeague Women and EuroCup Women. The first edition of the Cup took place on October 20, 2009 and was contested between Spartak Moscow Region and Galatasaray in Vidnoye.

History

Matches

Key to colors
     SuperCup winner
Year Date Host city EuroLeague winner EuroCup winner Score
2009 October 20 Vidnoye Spartak Moscow Region Galatasaray 92–59
2010 October 18 Marousi Spartak Moscow Region Athinaikos 70–61
2011 October 6 Salamanca Perfumerías Avenida Elitzur Ramla 95–72
2012
Not held[1]
2013 October 29[2] Ekaterinburg[3] UMMC Ekaterinburg Dynamo Moscow 72–63[4]

Performance by club

Club Winners Runners-up Winning years
Spartak Moscow Region
2
2009, 2010
Perfumerías Avenida
1
2011
UMMC Ekaterinburg
1
2013
Galatasaray
1
Athinaikos
1
Elitzur Ramla
1
Dynamo Moscow
1

References

  1. ^ No FIBA Europe Supercup in 2012
  2. ^ SuperCup Women Preview
  3. ^ FIBA Europe Supercup to be held on October 30 in Ekaterinburg
  4. ^ UMMC Win Women’s SuperCup

External links

  • FIBA Europe
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