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Real Madrid - Fenerbahçe

Here is how Real Madrid won their 10 European Cups in basketball

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NEWS | 20/05/2018

The club has won the most trophies in the history of the competition.
Real Madrid add to their legend and have won the most trophies in the continent's biggest competition, winning 10 European Cups. CSKA Moscow are next in line with 7, they lost to the Whites (83-92) on thre road to the final in Belgrade where they beat Fenerbahçe.

Real Madrid played their eighteenth European Cup final in the Serbian capital, after having played in 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1980, 1985, 1995, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2018

LA PRIMERA: (FIRST LEG) BRNO (27/4/1964)
110-Spartak Brno: Pistelak (28), Z. Bobrowski (12), Konvicka (30), Vlk (2), Koneckni (16) – J. Bobrowski (21), Pokomy (1), Milota (0) and Dubs (0).

99-Real Madrid: Sainz (5), Sevillano (10), Emiliano (31), Luyk (18), Burgess (22) – Hanson (6), Descartín (4), Durand (3), Palmero and Monsalve.

(RETURN LEG) MADRID (10/5/1964)
84-Real Madrid: Descartín (2), Sainz (8), Emiliano (28), Luyk (25), Burgess (13) – Sevillano (8) and Hanson (0).

64-Spartak Brno: Pistelak (8), Z. Bobrowski (14),
Konvicka (23), J. Bobrowski (8), Koneckni (2) – Milota (6), Pokomy (3), Vlk (0) and Dubs (0).
 
LA SEGUNDA: (FIRST LEG) MOSCOW (8/4/1965)
88-CSKA Moscow: Alachatchan (8), Travin (11), Volnov (18), Korneev (18), Lipso (9) – Astajov (10), Borodin (9), Zubkov (2), Kulkov (3) and Chekuro (0).

81-Real Madrid: Sainz (7), Sevillano (11), Emiliano (19), Luyk (28), Burgess (15) – Descartín (4), Scott (2) and Durand (4).

(RETURN LEG) MADRID (13/4/1965)
76-Real Madrid: Sainz (9), Sevillano (1), Emiliano (24), Luyk (18), Burgess (16) – González (7) and Descartín (1).

62-CSKA Moscow: Alachatchan (6), Astajov (8), Volnov (8), Korneev (11), Lipso (6) – Borodin (7), Chekuro (10), Kulkov (6), Zubkov (0) and Travin (0).
 
LA TERCERA: MADRID (1/4/1967)
91-Real Madrid: J. R. Ramos (4), Emiliano (29), McIntyre (14), Aiken (23), Luyk (17) – Sainz (0), Monsalve (2) and Sevillano (2).

83-Olimpia Milán: Pieri (4), Chubin (32), Vianello (12), Robbins (6), Masini (14) – Riminucci (5), Ongaro (3), Iellini (4) and Fantin (3).

LA CUARTA: LYON (11/4/1968)
98-Real Madrid: Sainz (6), Emiliano (6), Brabender (22), Aiken (26), Luyk (24) – Nava (10), Paniagua (0) and J.R. Ramos (4).

95-Spartak Brno: Pistelak (14), Z. Bobrowski (9), Konvicka (25), J. Bobrowski (22), Novicki (17) – Vlk (2), Cvrkal (4) and Jambor (2).

LA QUINTA: NANTES (3/4/1974)
84-Real Madrid: V. Ramos (0), Brabender (22), Szczerbiak (14), Luyk (14), Rullán (14) – Cabrera (16) and Corbalán (4).

82-Pallacanestro Varese: Ossola (4), Raga (17), Morse (24), Bisson (10), Meneghin (25) – Zanatta (0), Rusconi (0) and Polzot (0).

LA SEXTA: MUNICH (6/4/1978)
75-Real Madrid: Corbalán (2), Brabender (16), Szczerbiak (26), Coughan (10), Rullán (10) – Cabrera (9), Prada (2) and Iturriaga (0).

67-Pallacanestro Varese: Ossola (2), Yelverton (24), Zanatta (4), Morse (12), Meneghin (23) – and Bisson (2).

LA SÉPTIMA: BERLIN (27/3/1980)
89-Real Madrid: Corbalán (9), Brabender (12), Szczerbiak (16), Rullán (27), Meister (21) – Llorente (2), Querejeta (2) and Prada (0).

85- Maccabi: Aroesti (0), Berkowitz (10), Silver (0), Perry (22), Williams (31) – Boatwright (22), Zisman (0), Keren (0) and Scwartz (0).

LA OCTAVA: ZARAGOZA (13/4/1995)
73-Real Madrid: Antúnez (12), García Coll (2), Santos (7), Arlauckas (16), Sabonis (23) – Lasa (1), Cargol (6) and Martín (6).

61-Olympiacos: Tomic (3), Sigalas (10), E. Johnson (9), Volkov (15), Fassoulas (0) – Bakatsias (2), Nakic (15) and Tarlac (7).

LA NOVENA: MADRID (17/5/2015)
78-Real Madrid: Llull (12), Rudy (7), Carroll (16), Reyes (2), Ayón (2) – S. Rodríguez (11), Nocioni (12), Maciulis (9), Rivers (5), Slaughter (2), Bourousis (0) and Campazzo (0).

59-Olympiacos: Dunston (4), Spanoulis (3), Printezis (11), Mantzaris (1), Darden (0) – Petway (2), Hunter (10), Papapetrou (0), Sloukas (10), Agravanis (0), Lafayette (1) and Lojeski (17).

LA DÉCIMA: BELGRADE (20/5/2018)
85-Real Madrid: Campazzo (0), Doncic (15), Causeur (17), Reyes (6), Ayón (4) – Randolph (3), Rudy (5), Carroll (9), Tavares (8), Llull (5), Thompkins (10) and Taylor (3).

80-Fenerbahçe: Wanamaker (14), Kalinic (7), Guduric (0), Vesely (3), Duverioglu (8) – Thompson (0), Melli (28), Mahmutoglu (-), Sloukas (7), Nunnally (0), Muhammed (7) and Datome (6).
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