Copa de la Reina de Baloncesto

The Copa de la Reina de Baloncesto (English: Queen's Cup of Basketball) is an annual cup competition for Spanish women's basketball teams. The first edition of the competition, originally named Women's Senior Basketball Championship, took place in 1943, which makes it the oldest Spanish women's basketball competition, but it was only since 1978, when it took its current name, that it has been carried every year. The 2012 cup marked the 50th edition of the competition.

Copa de la Reina
Current season, competition or edition:
2019 Copa de la Reina de Baloncesto
SportBasketball
Founded1943
No. of teams8
Country Spain
Continent Europe
Most recent
champion(s)
Perfumerías Avenida
(2019 - 8th title)
Most titlesPerfumerías Avenida (8 titles)
TV partner(s)Teledeporte
Official websitefeb.es

The cup is played by the top teams of the Spanish Women's League's table in the mid of the season. After several formats in previous years, the 2019 edition reverted to the Final Eight format.

CB Avenida is the defending champion and in 2019 won its eighth title, surpassing both Ros Casares and Picadero JC as the most successful team in the competition.[1]

List of winners

Season Venue Winner Score Runner-up
1943Palma de MallorcaRCD Espanyol13–10Real Madrid
1944VigoCentro XI16–12RCD Espanyol
1945MadridCentro XI39–11Buenavista XI
1946–1949Undisputed
1950GijónMadrid XI?Guadalajara XI
1951MadridMadrid XI33–15García Vives
1952BarcelonaMadrid XI32–20Hispano Francés
1953MadridMadrid XI30–20Barcelona XI
1954-1959Undisputed
1960ZaragozaCottet Barcelona36–34Picadero
1961San SebastiánMedina A Coruña27–22CREFF Madrid
1962SalamancaCREFF Madrid38–34Indo Barcelona
1963BarcelonaCREFF Madrid33–28Indo Barcelona
1964-1971Undisputed
1972TenerifeCREFF Madrid45–44Picadero
1973AlcoyFilomatic Picadero46–39Ignis Mataró
1974ÁvilaCREFF Madrid64–48Ignis Mataró
1975GranadaPiceff57–45CREFF Madrid
1976-1977Undisputed
1978LeónPicadero62–55Celta de Vigo
1979BadalonaPicadero Íntima64–54Celta de Vigo
1980Alcalá de HenaresPicadero Íntima83–82Celta de Vigo
1981VigoCelta Citröen74–58Picadero
1982FerrolCelta Citröen101–68Complutense
1983GuadalajaraPicadero Comansi63–62Celta de Vigo
1984Santiago de CompostelaCelta Citröen77–74Real Canoe
1985SevilleComansi-Masnou76–61Coronas Light
1986TortosaTortosa Sabor d'Abans69–67Real Canoe
1987TenerifeTortosa Sabor d'Abans84–57Arjeriz Xuncas
1988LugoTortosa Raventós59–56Arjeriz Xuncas
1989TenerifeTortosa Tarragona71–56Inlusa Xuncas
1990Jerez de la FronteraBanco Zaragozano95–94Microbank-El Masnou
1991VigoDorna Godella76–72Real Canoe
1992GandíaDorna Godella 89–82Banco Zaragozano
1993GranadaBEX - Banco Exterior76–64Godella
1994PamplonaDorna Godella79–77BEX
1995ValenciaCosta Naranja Godella65–46Gran Canaria
1996HuescaReal Canoe84–69Costa Naranja Godella
1997ValladolidPool Getafe75–43Celta de Vigo
1998LugoPool Getafe86–63Gran Canaria
1999LinaresGran Canaria69–44CD Ensino
2000GodellaGran Canaria73–48Ciudad de Burgos
2001Las PalmasCelta de Vigo66–64Halcón Viajes
2002SalamancaRos Casares76–57CD Ensino
2003ZaragozaRos Casares81–70UB-Barça
2004Palma de MallorcaRos Casares72–67Perfumerías Avenida
2005ValenciaPerfumerías Avenida74–68Mann Filter Zaragoza
2006LeónPerfumerías Avenida67–60Ros Casares
2007Jerez de la FronteraRos Casares72–60Perfumerías Avenida
2008SevilleRos Casares68–66San José
2009SalamancaRos Casares65–60Puig d'en Valls
2010ZaragozaRos Casares64–62Perfumerías Avenida
2011ValenciaRivas Ecópolis63–59Ros Casares
2012Arganda del ReyPerfumerías Avenida68–57Ros Casares
2013ZamoraRivas Ecópolis83–62Perfumerías Avenida
2014Torrejón de ArdozPerfumerías Avenida69–67Rivas Ecópolis
2015Torrejón de ArdozPerfumerías Avenida66–62Conquero Huelva Wagen
2016San SebastiánConquero Huelva Wagen60–52Perfumerías Avenida
2017GironaPerfumerías Avenida80–76Spar CityLift Girona
2018ZaragozaPerfumerías Avenida76–62Spar CityLift Girona
2019Vitoria-GasteizPerfumerías Avenida79–71Spar CityLift Girona

Winners by titles

Team Winners Runners-up Winning years
Perfumerías Avenida 8 5 2005, 2006, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019
Ros Casares 7 3 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
Picadero 6 3 1973, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1983
Celta de Vigo 4 5 1981, 1982, 1984, 2001
Godella 4 2 1991, 1992, 1994, 1995
CREFF Madrid 4 2 1962, 1963, 1972, 1974
Tortosa 4 0 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989
Madrid XI 4 0 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953
Islas Canarias 2 2 1999, 2000
Rivas Ecópolis 2 1 2011, 2013
Centro XI 2 0 1944, 1945
Real Canoe 1 3 1996
Banco Zaragozano 1 1 1990
BEX 1 1 1993
El Masnou 1 1 1985
RCD Espanyol 1 1 1943
Conquero 1 1 2016
Cottet Barcelona 1 0 1960
Medina A Coruña 1 0 1961
Uni Girona CB 0 3
Xuncas Lugo 0 3
Ensino Lugo 0 2
Ignis Mataró 0 2
Indo Barcelona 0 2
Puig d'en Valls 0 1
Mann Filter Zaragoza 0 1
Buenavista XI 0 1
Guadalajara XI 0 1
Hispano Francés 0 1
García Vives 0 1
Coronas Light 0 1
Complutense 0 1
Real Madrid 0 1
UB-Barça 0 1
Ciudad de Burgos 0 1

See also

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