DateRHome vs Away-
12/12 17:00 11 Wolves vs Hapoel Tel Aviv View
12/12 17:00 11 U - Banca Transilvania Cluj vs Slask Wroclaw View
12/12 18:00 11 Ratiopharm Ulm vs Gran Canaria View
12/12 18:00 11 Aris vs Lietkabelis View
12/12 19:30 11 Paris vs Venezia View
12/13 17:00 11 SK Prometey vs Besiktas View
12/13 18:30 11 Bourg vs Trento View
12/13 18:45 11 Buducnost vs Turk Telekom View
12/13 19:30 11 London Lions vs Hamburg Towers View
12/13 19:30 11 Joventut vs Cedevita Olimpija View
12/19 17:00 12 Lietkabelis vs Ratiopharm Ulm View
12/19 17:00 12 U - Banca Transilvania Cluj vs Bourg View


Date R Home vs Away -
12/06 20:00 10 [1] Gran Canaria vs Aris [8] 93-65
12/06 19:00 10 [6] Trento vs Ratiopharm Ulm [4] 83-85
12/06 17:30 10 [10] Cedevita Olimpija vs Hapoel Tel Aviv [3] 80-95
12/06 17:00 10 [5] Lietkabelis vs Buducnost [8] 81-83
12/06 17:00 10 [4] Besiktas vs Joventut [7] 81-85
12/06 17:00 10 [6] BK Wolves vs Paris [1] 79-110
12/05 19:00 10 [9] Slask Wroclaw vs Bourg [3] 63-72
12/05 19:00 10 [6] Venezia vs London Lions [2] 91-95
12/05 18:30 10 [9] Hamburg Towers vs Prometey [8] 83-97
12/05 17:00 10 [10] Turk Telekom vs U BT Cluj-Napoca [2] 95-84
11/29 20:00 9 [1] Gran Canaria vs Buducnost [7] 97-70
11/29 19:30 9 [8] Joventut vs Prometey [6] 79-76

Wikipedia - EuroCup Basketball

EuroCup Basketball, commonly known as the EuroCup and currently called BKT EuroCup for sponsorship reasons, is an annual professional basketball club competition organized by Euroleague Basketball. The league is regarded as Euroleague Basketball's second-tier professional basketball club tournament.

Founded as ULEB Cup in 2002, the competition lasted until 2008 when a new competition was introduced after an agreement between ULEB and FIBA under the name of EuroCup for the 2008–09 season, following a change in format. Given that the FIBA EuroChallenge was known as EuroCup until 2008, a new era of stronger cooperation between ULEB and FIBA Europe was set in 2008. The number of the new competition was increased to a total of 48 and the winner of the 3d tier FIBA EuroCup Challenge, formerly known as EuroCup would get an automatic qualification for the tournament's following season, for first time.

Though initially advertised as a new competition, the ULEB Cup and EuroCup Basketball are now considered the same competition, with the change of name being simply a re-branding.

Since the 2021–22 season both EuroCup finalists qualify for next season's EuroLeague. Until then only the winner was entitled to the one year licence.

The title has been won by 14 clubs, 3 of which have won the title more than once. The most successful club in the competition are Valencia Basket, with four titles. The current champions are Gran Canaria, winning their first title after defeating Turk Telekom in the 2023 Finals.


The competition was created in 2002, as the ULEB Cup, and has had several names:

  • 2002–03 to 2007–08 ULEB Cup
  • 2008–09 to 2015–16 Eurocup Basketball
  • 2016–17 to present EuroCup Basketball

Sponsorship names

On 7 July 2016, Chipita and Euroleague Basketball announced a strategic agreement to sponsor the European competition across the globe. According to the agreement, starting with the 2016–17 season, the competition would be named 7DAYS EuroCup. This title partnership was set to run for three seasons.


Evolution of the EuroCup logo
2002–2008 2008–2016 2016–present
The Euro Cup is an exhilarating basketball tournament that brings together the best teams from across Europe to compete for the ultimate glory. This highly anticipated event showcases the immense talent, skill, and passion of European basketball, captivating fans from all corners of the continent.

The tournament features a thrilling format, with teams battling it out in intense matches to secure their place in the knockout stages. The Euro Cup showcases the highest level of basketball, with fast-paced action, jaw-dropping dunks, and incredible displays of teamwork and strategy.

The Euro Cup is not only a platform for fierce competition but also a celebration of the rich basketball culture and heritage of Europe. It provides an opportunity for players to represent their countries and showcase their skills on an international stage, fostering a sense of national pride and unity.

The tournament attracts a diverse and passionate fan base, with supporters from different countries coming together to cheer for their favorite teams. The electrifying atmosphere in the arenas is unmatched, as fans create an incredible ambiance with their chants, cheers, and colorful displays of support.

The Euro Cup is not just about the on-court action; it also serves as a platform for fostering camaraderie and friendship among European nations. Players and teams have the chance to interact and build relationships, promoting sportsmanship and unity across borders.

As one of the most prestigious basketball tournaments in the world, the Euro Cup has produced countless memorable moments and legendary performances. It has become a symbol of excellence in European basketball, with teams and players striving to etch their names in history by lifting the coveted trophy.

Whether you are a die-hard basketball fan or simply enjoy the thrill of competitive sports, the Euro Cup promises to deliver an unforgettable experience. From the exhilarating matches to the passionate fans, this tournament embodies the true spirit of European basketball and showcases the immense talent that the continent has to offer.