Alpe Adria Cup
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2020-21 Alpe Adria Cup
SportBasketball
Founded2015
Inaugural season2015–16
CEOGerald Martens
No. of teams16
CountriesAustria
Croatia
Czech Republic
Hungary
Poland
Slovakia
Slovenia
ContinentFIBA Europe (Europe)
Most recent
champion(s)
Czech Republic JIP Pardubice (1st title)
Most titlesSlovenia Helios Suns
Hungary Körmend
Slovakia Rieker Komárno
Slovenia Zlatorog Laško
Czech Republic JIP Pardubice
(1 title each)
Official websitealpeadriacup.com

Alpe Adria Cup is an annual professional basketball competition for clubs from Central Europe. The league comprises teams from seven countries, namely Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia. It is played under the rules of FIBA.

2019–20 teams

Team Established Town
Austria BC Vienna 2010 Vienna
Austria Klosterneuburg Dukes 1952 Klosterneuburg
Austria Swans Gmunden 1966 Gmunden
Austria UBSC Graz 1977 Graz
Croatia KK Škrljevo 1973 Mavrinci
Croatia KK Vrijednosnice Osijek 1980 Osijek
Czech Republic BC Brno 2013 Brno
Czech Republic BK Děčín 1945 Děčín
Czech Republic BK Opava 1945 Opava
Czech Republic BK Pardubice 1956 Pardubice
Czech Republic Sluneta Ústí nad Labem 1946 Ústí nad Labem
Hungary BC Körmend 1962 Körmend
Poland GTK Gliwice 1998 Gliwice
Slovakia BK Levickí Patrioti 1941 Levice
Slovenia KD Hopsi Polzela 1972 Polzela
Slovenia KK Šenčur 1973 Šenčur

Finals

Year Final Semifinalists
Champion Score Second place Third place Score Fourth place
2015–16
Details
Slovenia
Helios Suns
66–63 Slovenia
Zlatorog Laško
Croatia
Zagreb
94–73 Slovakia
Prievidza
2016–17
Details
Slovakia
Rieker Komárno
160–139
97–72 / 67–63
Slovenia
Helios Suns
Slovenia Rogaška and Slovenia Zlatorog Laško
2017–18
Details
Slovenia
Zlatorog Laško
89–79 Slovakia
Levickí Patrioti
Czech Republic Brno and Czech Republic USK Praha
2018–19
Details
Hungary
Egis Körmend
159–147
76–67 / 92–71
Croatia
Adria Oil Škrljevo
Poland GTK Gliwice and Slovakia Levickí Patrioti
2019–20
Details
Czech Republic JIP Pardubice
185-176
89–96 / 96–80
Czech Republic Armex Děčín Austria Hallmann Vienna and Austria Swans Gmunden
2020–21
Details

References