FIBA Europe Announces 2006/2007 Club Competition Line-Up

15 July 2006

The 2006/2007 EuroCup, EuroCup Challenge, EuroLeague Women and EuroCup Women teams were announced following a meeting of the FIBA Europe Competitions Commission, Turkey earlier today.

A total of 115 clubs have registered for all competitions.

The draws for all club competitions will be held in Munich, Germany from August 5-6.

The following clubs will participate in the 2006-2007 EuroCup season:

Club Country
Liege Basket Belgium
Spirou Charleroi Belgium
PBC CSKA Sofia Bulgaria
DTL EKA AEL Limassol Cyprus
CEZ Basketball Nymburg  Czech Republic
BC Kalev Cramo Estonia
ASVEL Villeurbanne France
JDA Dijon France
BC Gravelines France
Maroussi Greece
Panionios Greece
Atomeromu Paks Hungary
Maccabi Rishon Le Zion Israel
Hapoel Ironi Nahariya Israel
Virtus Pallacanestro Bologna Italy
BC Barons Riga

Latvia

ASK Riga

Latvia

Siauliai

Lithuania

Demon Astronauts

Netherlands

CSU Asesoft Ploiesti

Romania

Lokomotiv Rostov

Russia

UNICS Kazan Russia
Ural Great Perm Russia
Dinamo Moscow Region Russia
KK Vojvodina Novi Sad Serbia & Montenegro
CB Girona SAD Spain
Estudiantes SAD Spain
Besiktas Istanbul Turkey
Turk Telekom Ankara Turkey
SC Azovmash Ukraine
BC Kyiv Ukraine
BC Khimik Ukraine

EuroLeague Women

Club Country
Dexia Namur Belgium
Gambrinus Brno Czech Republic
USK Praha Czech Republic
CJM Bourges France
Valenciennes USVO France
USO Mondeville France
MiZo Pecs Hungary
MBK EuroLeasing Sopron Hungary
Pall. Fem. Schio Italy
TEO Vilnius Lithuania
TS Wislaw Krakow Poland
Lotos Gdynia Poland
VBM SGAU Samara Russia
UGMK Ekaterinburg Russia
Spartak Moscow Region Russia
CB Halcon Avenida

Spain

Ros Casares Valencia

Spain

Fenerbahce Istanbul

Turkey

EuroCup Challenge

Club Country
APOLLON Limassol Cyprus
Keravnos Nicosia Cyprus
Mlekarna Kunin Czech Reub lic
BK Prostejov Czech Republic
A Plus ZS Brno Czech Rebublic
Tartu University Rock  Estonia
Olympiada Patras Greece
Keflavik Iceland
KeflavikNjardvik UMFN Iceland
Hapoel Galil Elyon Israel
BU Poli Mobitel Cluj Romania
CKS VVS Samara Russia
Norrköping Dolphins Sweden
BC Boncourt Switzerland
BC Cherkasi Mavpy Ukraine
BC Dnipro Ukraine

EuroCup Women

Club Country
Powerbasket Wels Austria
Novia Munalax Belgium
PBC CSKA Sofia Bulgaria
ZKK Sibenik Jolly Croatia
ZKK Medvesak Croatia
ZKK Gospic Croatia  Croatia
AEL Limassol Cyprus
Kara Trutnov Czech Republic
ESA Villeneuve D'Ascq Lille France
Tarbes France
Aix-en-Provence France
Montpelier France
BC Dorsten Germany
TSV Wasseburg Germany
MAS Kastoria Greece
Apollon Ptolemaida Greece
Szeviep Szeged Hungary
HAUKER

Iceland

Hapoel Tel Aviv

Israel

Anda Ramat Hasharon

Israel

Elitzur Ramla

Israel

Pol. Ares Ribera

Italy

Troglyos Basket Priolo  Italy
Cras Basket Taranto Italy
Atletico Faenza Italy
ASB Basket Parma Italy
TTT Riga Latvia
Arvi Marijampole Lithuania
BT Letzebuerg Helmsange Luxembourg
BC Amigos Funchal Portugal
CS Olimpia Bucuresti Romania
Dynamo Moscow Russia
Nadeza Orenburg Russia
Vologda Chevakata Russia
Dinamo Kursk Russia
Dynamo Moscow Region Russia
ZKK Hemofarm Vrsac Serbia & Montenegro
MBK Ruzomberok Slovakia
K Cero Kosice Slovakia
ZKK Merkur Celje Slovenia
Hondarribia Irun Spain
BC San Jose Leon Spain
Caja Canaria Spain
UNI Barcelona Spain
Besiktas Istanbul Turkey
Botas Adana Turkey
Kozachka Zalk Zaporozyhe Ukraine
BSC Dnipro Ukraine
Rhondda Rebels Wales
 


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