Euroleague winners: which teams have won it year by year and who has the most titles

The Euroleague already has a new champion: Real Madrid. It is the eleventh title for the Madrid team, who defeated Barça in the semifinals of the Final Four, which was held in Kaunas (Lithuania); and in the grand final, to Olympiacos.

Real Madrid is the king of Europe with 10 titles2 over their main rival, CSKA Moscow, which did not participate this season in the top continental competition due to Russia’s February 2020 invasion of Ukrainian territory.

Three of the four teams participating in this Final Four have won the Euroleague on some occasion. The two Spaniards have 12 trophies: to the 10 mentioned for the whites (1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1974, 1978, 1980, 1995, 2015 and 2018) we must add the 2 azulgranas: 2003 and 2010. For their part, Olympiacos has lifted the Euroleague three times (1997, 2012 and 2013). AS Monaco is the only one that has not yet been released.

Prize list of the competition

11.Real Madrid (1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1974, 1978, 1980, 1995, 2015, 2018 and 2023)

8. CSKA Moscow (1961, 1963, 1969, 1971, 2006, 2008, 2016 and 2019)

6. Tel Aviv Maccabi (1977, 1981, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005 and 2014)

6. Panathinaikos (1996, 2000, 2002, 2007, 2009 and 2011)

5. Pallacanestro Varese (1970, 1972, 1973, 1975 and 1976)

3. Olympiacos (1997, 2012 and 2013)

3. Olimpia of Milan (1966, 1987 and 1988)

3. ASK Riga (1958, 1959 and 1960)

3.KK Split (1989, 1990 and 1991)

2.Barcelona (2003 and 2010)

2. Virtus of Bologna (1998 and 2001)

2. Pallacanestro Cantu (1982 and 1983)

2. KK Cibona (1985 and 1986)

2. Anadolu Efes (2021 and 2022)

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1. Fenerbahce (2017)

1. Youth of Badalona (1994)

1. Kaunas Zalgiris (1999)

1. Dynamo Tbilisi (1962)

1.KK Bosna (1979)

1. Virtus Rome (1984)

1. Partizan in Belgrade (1992)

Euroleague champions, year by year

2023 – Real Madrid

2022 – Anadolu Efes.

2021 – Anadolu Efes.

2020 – No champion due to COVID-19

2019 – CSKA Moscow.

2018-Real Madrid.

2017 – Fenerbahce.

2016 – CSKA Moscow.

2015-Real Madrid.

2014 – Maccabi Tel Aviv.

2013 – Olympiacos.

2012 – Olympiacos.

2011 – Panathinaikos.

2010-Barcelona.

2009 – Panathinaikos.

2008 – CSKA Moscow.

2007 – Panathinaikos.

2006 – CSKA Moscow.

2005 – Maccabi.

2004 – Maccabi.

2003-Barcelona.

2002 – Panathinaikos.

2001 – Kindergarten Bologna.

2001 – Maccabi Tel Aviv.

2000 – Panathinaikos.

1999 – Zalgiris Kaunas.

1998 – Kindergarten Bologna.

1997 – Olympiacos.

1996 – Panathinaikos.

1995-Real Madrid.

1994 – Youth.

1993 – CSP Limoges.

1992 – Partizan Belgrade.

1991 – Pop 84 Split.

1990 – Jugoplastika Split.

1989 – Jugoplastika Split.

1988 – Philips Milan.

1987 – Philips Milan.

1986 – KK Cibona.

1985 – KK Cibona.

1984 – PV Rome.

1983 – Pallacanestro Cantu.

1982 – Pallacanestro Cantu.

1981 – Maccabi Tel Aviv.

1980-Real Madrid.

1979 – KK Bosna.

1978-Real Madrid.

1977 – Maccabi Tel Aviv.

1976 – Pallacanestro Varese.

1975 – Pallacanestro Varese.

1974-Real Madrid.

1973 – Pallacanestro Varese.

1972 – Pallacanestro Varese.

1971 – CSKA Moscow.

1970 – Pallacanestro Varese.

1969 – CSKA Moscow.

1968-Real Madrid.

1967-Real Madrid.

1966 – Olimpia Milano.

1965-Real Madrid.

1964-Real Madrid.

1963 – CSKA Moscow.

1962 – Dynamo Tbilisi.

1961 – CSKA Moscow.

1960-ASK Riga.

1959-ASK Riga.

1958-ASK Riga.

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