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  1. 12 October 2022 – 26 April 2023. Number of teams. TBA (regular season) TBA (all rounds) Seasons. ← 2021–22. 2023–24 →. The 2022–23 FIBA Europe Cup will be the eight season of the FIBA Europe Cup, a European professional basketball competition for clubs, that was launched by FIBA. The season will begin on a date to be announced by FIBA .

  2. The last Cup Winners' Cup tournament took place in the 1998-99 season with UEFA's executive committee deciding to abolish it thereafter, bringing an end to four decades of history. Serie A side ...

  3. European clubs have participated in football competitions tracing back to the late 1800s. The Challenge Cup was the first championship introduced in 1897, which lasted until 1911.

  4. SAPORTA CUP. Saporta Cup (C2) is a European competition for men's clubs organized by FIBA on behalf of the Standing Conference of National Basketball Federations of Europe. It is a sequel of Eurocup (former Cup Winners' Cup and European Cup), a tournament originally created for domestic Cup champions that's been going on ever since 1966.

  5. On 13 June 1956, Real Madrid became the first winners of the European Cup. The Whites claimed their first title at Parc des Princes in Paris after beating Stade de Reims.

  6. The European Championship is second in prestige to the World Cup among international football tournaments. The first final of the European Championship (then known as the European Nations’ Cup) took place in 1960 after two years of preliminary contests between 17 national football clubs. In 1960 the Euro final tournament consisted of four ...

  7. Jun 04, 2022 · England v Italy 1-1 after extra time. Italy win 3-2 on penalties. Italy v Spain 1-1 after extra time. Italy win penalty shootout 4-2. Italy became the euro cup 2020 winner hosted by England, Scotland, Italy, Germany, Azerbaijan, Russia, Denmark, Netherlands, Romania, Spain and Hungary. Final in London at Wembley stadium.

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