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The 21st edition of FIBA Europe's second-tier competition for women's basketball clubs, running from 2 October 1991 to 18 March 1992. Wikipedia

  • The 20th edition of FIBA Europe's second-tier competition for women's basketball clubs, running from 26 September 1990 to 27 March 1991. For the second time the final confronted two teams from the sam country, with Gemeaz Milano beating Pool Comense to become the third team to win the competition. Wikipedia

  • The 18th edition of FIBA Europe's second-tier competition for women's basketball clubs, running from 12 October 1988 to 22 March 1989. CSKA Moscow defeated Deborah Milan in the final to win its second title. Wikipedia

  • The 22nd edition of FIBA Europe's second competition for women's basketball teams, running from 30 September 1992 to 17 March 1993. Basket Parma defeated Olimpia Poznan in the final to win its second title three years later. Wikipedia

  • The inaugural edition of the competition, a refoundation of the FIBA Women's European Champions Cup, FIBA Europe's premier competition for women's basketball clubs. Turned from a European Cup for all national champion clubs to a 16-team semi-closed championship, with champions from lower-seeded national leagues playing instead the second tier Ronchetti Cup; in addition to thirteen national champions the French, German and Italian runners-up were also granted a spot. Wikipedia

  • The 16th edition of FIBA's second-tier competition for European women's basketball clubs. Contested by 32 clubs from 14 countries, seven more than in the previous edition, and ran from 1 October 1986 to 11 March 1987. Wikipedia

  • The tenth edition of FIBA Europe's second-tier international competition for women's basketball clubs under such name. It ran from 2 November 2011 to 22 March 2012. Wikipedia

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