FIBA European Super Cup

Short History

     The FIBA European Super Cup was an annual basketball competition for European clubs that was governed by FIBA Europe. It took place between 1983 and 1991, but the only official edition of the Super Cup was held in 1986, contested between the 1985/86 winners of FIBA European Champions Cup and FIBA European Cup Winners' Cup. The second edition was planned for 1989, but it was suspended and not organized. All the rest years it were the semi-official editions of the European Basketball Club Super Cup. Officially called ACB International Tournament "Memorial Héctor Quiroga" was played between the winners or runners-up of the European-wide top-tier level league, European Champions Cup, European Cup Winners' Cup, Korać Cup...

Tournaments

Editions

Edition Year Host Date Teams Matches
FIBA European Champions Cup vs. FIBA European Cup Winners' Cup
1. 1986 Zagreb (Yugoslavia)
Barcelona (Spain)
7 October 1986
28 October 1986
2 teams 2 matches

Final positions

Edition Year Host Champions Runners-up Results
FIBA European Champions Cup vs. FIBA European Cup Winners' Cup
1. 1986 Zagreb (Yugoslavia)
Barcelona (Spain)
FC BARCELONA
(Spain)
Cibona
(Yugoslavia)
101-102
99-87

European Basketball Club Super Cup

Editions

Edition Year Host Date Teams Matches
ACB International Tournament "Memorial Héctor Quiroga"
1. 1983 Barcelona
(Spain)
2 - 4 September 1983 4 teams 6 matches
2. 1984 Madrid
(Spain)
22 - 24 September 1984 4 teams 6 matches
3. 1985 Puerto Real
(Spain)
6 - 8 September 1985 4 teams 6 matches
4. 1986 Puerto Real
(Spain)
5 - 7 September 1986 4 teams 6 matches
5. 1987 Puerto Real
(Spain)
29 - 31 August 1987 4 teams 6 matches
6. 1988 Puerto Real
(Spain)
11 - 13 October 1988 4 teams 6 matches
7. 1989 Puerto Real
(Spain)
8 - 10 October 1989 4 teams 6 matches
8. 1990 Puerto Real
(Spain)
7 - 9 September 1990 4 teams 6 matches
9. 1991 Puerto Real
(Spain)
6 - 8 September 1991 4 teams 6 matches

Final positions

Edition Year Host Champions Runners-up Third place
ACB International Tournament "Memorial Héctor Quiroga"
1. 1983 Barcelona
(Spain)
FC BARCELONA
(Spain)
Banco di Roma
(Italy)
Bosna
(Yugoslavia)
2. 1984 Madrid
(Spain)
REAL MADRID
(Spain)
Orthez
(France)
Indesit Caserta
(Italy)
3. 1985 Puerto Real
(Spain)
WINSTON ALL STAR
(United States)
Limoges CSP
(France)
Simac Milano
(Italy)
4. 1986 Puerto Real
(Spain)
FC BARCELONA
(Spain)
Real Madrid
(Spain)
Cibona
(Yugoslavia)
5. 1987 Puerto Real
(Spain)
CIBONA
(Yugoslavia)
FC Barcelona
(Spain)
Joventut
(Spain)
6. 1988 Puerto Real
(Spain)
REAL MADRID
(Spain)
Jugoplastika Split
(Yugoslavia)
CSKA Moscow
(Soviet Union)
7. 1989 Puerto Real
(Spain)
REAL MADRID
(Spain)
Jugoplastika Split
(Yugoslavia)
Philips Milano
(Italy)
8. 1990 Puerto Real
(Spain)
POP 84 SPLIT
(Yugoslavia)
Joventut
(Spain)
Maccabi Tel Aviv
(Israel)
9. 1991 Puerto Real
(Spain)
MACCABI TEL AVIV
(Israel)
Joventut
(Spain)
FC Barcelona
(Spain)

Results

Edition Year Host Round-robin group
ACB International Tournament "Memorial Héctor Quiroga"
1. 1983 Barcelona
(Spain)
1. FC Barcelona, 2. Banco di Roma 3. Bosna, 4. Real Madrid
2. 1984 Madrid
(Spain)
1. Real Madrid, 2. Orthez 3. Indesit Caserta, 4. Granarolo Bologna
3. 1985 Puerto Real
(Spain)
1. Winston All Star, 2. Limoges CSP 3. Simac Milano, 4. Real Madrid
4. 1986 Puerto Real
(Spain)
1. FC Barcelona, 2. Real Madrid 3. Cibona, 4. Tracer Milano
5. 1987 Puerto Real
(Spain)
1. Cibona, 2. FC Barcelona 3. Joventut, 4. Tracer Milano
6. 1988 Puerto Real
(Spain)
1. Real Madrid, 2. Jugoplastika Split 3. CSKA Moscow, 4. FC Barcelona
7. 1989 Puerto Real
(Spain)
1. Real Madrid, 2. Jugoplastika Split 3. Philips Milano, 4. FC Barcelona
8. 1990 Puerto Real
(Spain)
1. POP 84 Split, 2. Joventut 3. Maccabi Tel Aviv, 4. FC Barcelona
9. 1991 Puerto Real
(Spain)
1. Maccabi Tel Aviv, 2. Joventut 3. FC Barcelona, 4. Slobodna Dalmacija Split

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