All winners of Euroleague. Europe clubs basketball league

Euroleague is the current highest clubs basketball competition in Europe. It is the continuation of the old European Basketball Cup
In current format (since 2016-17), 16 teams will participate, and will consist of a regular league of 30 games in which each team will play two games against the rest of teams. The top 8 qualifiers will play a final phase that will end in the dispute of a final four.

Currently, 11 out of the 16 EuroLeague places are held by licensed, 12th team place going to the winner of the previous EuroCup, and the other 4 reach their place according to classification in other domestic leagues.

Teams with licensed places are: Anadolu Efes, Baskonia, CSKA Moscow, FC Barcelona, Fenerbahçe, Maccabi Tel Aviv, Olimpia Milano, Olympiacos, Panathinaikos, Real Madrid and Zalguiris
Sport: Basketball (Male)
Country:
Official website: https://www.euroleague.net/
Titles by team:
NAME WINNER RUNNER UP
SPA
Real Madrid
10 8
RUS
CSKA Moscow
8 6
ISR
Maccabi Tel Aviv
6 9
GRE
Panathinaikos
6 1
ITA
Varese
5 5
GRE
Olympiacos
3 5
ITA
Olimpia Milano
3 2
CRO
Split
3 1
LAT
Rigas ASK
3 1
CAT
FC Barcelona
2 5
ITA
Virtus Bologna
2 3
ITA
Cantù
2 0
CRO
Cibona
2 0
TUR
Fenerbahçe
1 2
LTU
Zalgiris
1 1
CAT
Joventut Badalona
1 1
GEO
Dinamo Tbilisi
1 1
SRB
Bosna
1 0
ITA
Virtus Roma
1 0
FRA
Limoges CSP
1 0
Partizan
1 0
Baskonia
0 2
Treviso
0 2
Brno
0 2
Academic
0 2
AEK
0 1
Slavia VŠ Praha
0 1
Fortitudo Bologna
0 1
TUR
Anadolu Efes Istanbul
0 1
Last update: July 2019
Champions by year:
YEAR WINNER RUNNER UP RESULT
2018-19 CSKA Moscow Anadolu Efes Istanbul 91-83
2017-18 Real Madrid Fenerbache Dohus 85-80
2016-17 Fenerbache Olympiacos 80-64
2015-16 CSKA Moscow Fenerbache 101-96 (OT)
2014-15 Real Madrid Olympiacos 78-59
2013-14 Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv Real Madrid 98-86 (OT)
2012-13 Olympiacos Real Madrid 100-88
2011-12 Olympiacos CSKA Moscow 62-61
2010-11 Panathinaikos Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv 78-70
2009-10 Regal FC Barcelona Olympiacos 86-68
2008-09 Panathinaikos CSKA Moscow 73-71
2007-08 CSKA Moscow Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 91-77
2006-07 Panathinaikos CSKA Moscow 93-91
2005-06 CSKA Moscow Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 73-69
2004-05 Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv Tau Cermica 90-78
2003-04 Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv Skipper Bologna 118-74
2002-03 FC Barcelona Benetton Treviso 76-65
2001-02 Panathinaikos Kinder Bologna 89-83
2000-01 Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv Panathinaikos 81-67
2000-01 Kinder Bologna Tau Cermica 3-2 play-off
1999-00 Panathinaikos Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 73-67
1998-99 Zalgiris Kinder Bologna 82-74
1997-98 Kinder Bologna AEK 58-44
1996-97 Olympiacos Banca Catalana FC Barcelona 73-58
1995-96 Panathinaikos Banca Catalana FC Barcelona 67-66
1994-95 Real Madrid Teka Olympiacos 73-61
1993-94 7up Joventut Olympiacos 59-57
1992-93 Limoges CSP Benetton Treviso 59-55
1991-92 Partizan Montigal? Joventut 71-70
1990-91 Pop 84 FC Barcelona 70-65
1989-90 Jugoplastika FC Barcelona 72-67
1988-89 Jugoplastika Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 75-69
1987-88 Tracer Milano Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 90-84
1986-87 Tracer Milano Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 71-69
1985-86 Cibona Zalgiris 94-82
1984-85 Cibona Real Madrid 87-78
1983-84 Banco di Roma Virtus FC Barcelona 79-73
1982-83 Ford Cant Billy Milano 69-68
1981-82 Squibb Cant Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 86-80
1980-81 Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv Sinudyne Bologna 80-79
1979-80 Real Madrid Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 89-85
1978-79 Bosna Emerson Varese 75-67
1977-78 Real Madrid Mobilgirgi Varese 75-67
1976-77 Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv Mobilgirgi Varese 78-77
1975-76 Mobilgirgi Varese Real Madrid 81-74
1974-75 Ignis Varese Real Madrid 79-66
1973-74 Real Madrid Ignis Varese 84-82
1972-73 Ignis Varese CSKA Moscow 71-66
1971-72 Ignis Varese Jugoplastika 70-69
1970-71 CSKA Moscow Ignis Varese 67-53
1969-70 Ignis Varese CSKA Moscow 79-74
1968-69 CSKA Moscow Real Madrid 103-99 (2 OTs)
1967-68 Real Madrid Spartak ZJS Brno 98-95
1966-67 Real Madrid Simmenthal Milano 91-83
1965-66 Simmenthal Milano Slavia V- Praha 77-72
1964-65 Real Madrid CSKA Moscow 157-150 (88-81 / 76-62)
1963-64 Real Madrid Spartak ZJS Brno 183-174 (110-99 / 84-64)
1962-63 CSKA Moscow Real Madrid 259-240 (86-69 / 91-74 / 99-80)
1961-62 Dinamo Tbilisi Real Madrid 90-83
1960-61 CSKA Moscow R-gas ASK 148-128 (87-62 / 66-61)
1959-60 Rigas ASK Dinamo Tbilisi 130-113 (51-61 / 69-62)
1958-59 Rigas ASK Academic 148-125 (79-58 / 67-69)
1958 Rigas ASK Academic 170-152 (86-81 / 71-84)