Austrian Cup (basketball)

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Austrian Cup
Founded1994; 25 years ago (1994)
First season1994
Country Austria
ConfederationFIBA Europe
Current championsKapfenberg Bulls (4th title)
Most championshipsSwans Gmunden (6 titles)

The Austrian Cup (German: Österreichischer Cup) is an annual cup competition for Austrian basketball teams. The competition was introduced in 1994, the Final Four in 1995. Since 1997, a Final Four MVP Award is handed out to the best player in the final phase. Swans Gmunden is the record cup winner with six victories.

Finals[edit]

Key
Match was won during overtime
Finals were played over two legs
Season Location Winner Score Finalist Final Four MVP
1994
Sankt Pölten
Traiskirchen
UKJ St. Pölten
104–89
90–93
UB Möllersdorf N/A
1994–95
Oberwart Oberwart
71–69
UB Möllersdorf N/A
1995–96
Sankt Pölten UKJ St. Pölten
62–45
UB Möllersdorf N/A
1996–97
Sankt Pölten UB Möllersdorf
56–47
UKJ St. Pölten United States Renaldo O’Neal
1997–98
Wiener Neustadt UKJ St. Pölten
68–50
Wörthersee Piraten United States Kerry McIntyre
1998–99
Wiener Neustadt Oberwart
82–68
Fürstenfeld United States Kenya Capers
1999–00
Wiener Neustadt UBM Traiskirchen
87–66
Kapfenberg United States Ron Riley
2000–01
Wiener Neustadt UBM Traiskirchen
72–66
Kapfenberg Bulls United States Mike Coffin
2001–02
Gmunden Mattersburg 49ers
78–55
Wörthersee Piraten Canada Joey Vickery
2002–03
Klosterneuburg Swans Gmunden
98–91
Traiskirchen Lions Austria Matthias Mayer
2003–04
Oberwart Swans Gmunden
82–76
Oberwart Gunners Austria De'Teri Mayes
2004–05
Wels Oberwart Gunners
81–70
Kapfenberg Bulls United States Jason Detrick
2005–06
Gmunden WBC Wels
84–61
Traiskirchen Lions United States Curtis Bobb
2006–07
Oberwart Kapfenberg Bulls
83–69
Panthers Fürstenfeld United States Shawn Ray
2007–08
Fürstenfeld Swans Gmunden
76–75
Panthers Fürstenfeld Austria De'Teri Mayes
2008–09
Wels Panthers Fürstenfeld
80–79
WBC Wels United States Shawn Ray
2009–10
Oberwart Swans Gmunden
77–68
Kapfenberg Bulls Austria De'Teri Mayes
2010–11
Graz Swans Gmunden
69–64
Panthers Fürstenfeld Austria De'Teri Mayes
2011–12
Güssing Swans Gmunden
74–58
Graz United States Sharaud Curry
2012–13
Oberwart Xion Dukes Klosterneuburg
72–59
Vienna Bosnia and Herzegovina Damir Zeleznik
2013–14
Gmunden Bulls Kapfenberg
74–70
Swans Gmunden United States Mark Sanchez
2014–15
Schwechat Oberwart Gunners
90–61
WBC Wels Austria Thomas Klepeisz
2015–16
Schwechat Oberwart Gunners
75–62
Vienna Lithuania Adomas Drungilas
2016–17
Schwechat Kapfenberg Bulls
77–60[1]
Oberwart Gunners Serbia Bogić Vujošević
2017–18
Schwechat Bulls Kapfenberg
82–79
Swans Gmunden
2018–19
Schwechat Bulls Kapfenberg
80–70
Swans Gmunden

Titles by team[edit]

Teams in italics are no longer active.

Club Winners Runners-up Seasons won
Swans Gmunden
6
3
2003, 2004, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012
Bulls Kapfenberg
5
4
2007, 2017, 2014, 2018, 2019
Oberwart Gunners
5
2
1995, 1999, 2005, 2015, 2016
Traiskirchen Lions[a]
3
5
1997, 2000, 2001
SKN Sankt Pölten[b]
3
1
1994, 1996, 1998
Flyers Wels[c]
1
2
2006
Panthers Fürstenfeld
1
1
2009
Mattersburg 49ers
1
2002
Dukes Klosterneuburg
1
2013
BC Vienna
2
Wörthersee Piraten
2
Graz
1

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Won its titles as "UB Möllersdorf" (1997) and "UBM Traiskirchen" (2000, 2001).
  2. ^ SKN Sankt Pölten won its titles as "UKJ St. Pölten".
  3. ^ Won its Cup as "WBC Wels".

References[edit]

General

  • "History Chevrolet-Cup". Basketballliga.at. 14 May 2012. Retrieved 2014-04-14.

Specific

  1. ^ "ece Bulls Kapfenberg sind Cupsieger 2017" (in German). 2017-03-26. Archived from the original on 2017-09-13. Retrieved 2017-10-30.

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