The core of the Tango Bourges team who finished fourth at the EuroLeague Women Final Eight will return for the 2014-15 campaign, while Marta Xargay will be with Perfumerias Avenida for two more years.
Galatasaray odeabank are the new EuroLeague Women champions and the first to hail from Turkey after they shut down city rivals Fenerbahce 69-58 in an utterly absorbing conclusion to the Final Eight.
Galatasaray odeabank have become the first Turkish team to win the EuroLeague Women Final Eight, defeating old rivals Fenerbahce 69-58 in the final, despite a courageous comeback from the latter.
Relive the best three plays from the final day of action in the 2014 EuroLeague Women season.
Spanish star Alba Torrens was voted MVP of the EuroLeague Women Final Eight for a second time after winning the title with Galatasaray odeabank on the same court where she won it with Perfumerias Avenida.
UMMC Ekaterinburg have again defeated Tango Bourges heavily at the EuroLeague Women Final Eight, defeating their French opponents 80-60 to claim third spot on the podium.