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The EuroCup Challenge was a second-caliber professional basketball league with teams from countries affiliated to FIBA Europe. Each year's finalists were promoted to the more prestigious FIBA EuroCup competition.

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Champions

Year Final Four venue Final
Champion Result Runner-Up
2003 Alexandreio Melathron, Thessaloniki Greece Aris BSA Thessaloniki 84 - 83 Poland Prokom Trefl Sopot
2004 Atatürk Sport Hall, İzmir Germany Mitteldeutscher BC 84 - 68 France JDA Dijon
2005 Sala Sporturilor Olimpia, Ploieşti Romania CSU Asesoft Ploiesti 75 - 74 Russia Lokomotiv Rostov
2006 Russia Ural Great Perm 80 - 67 / 74 - 80 Ukraine Khimik Yuzhny
2007 Russia CSK VSS Samara 101-81 / 83-85 Cyprus Keravnos

Winning Rosters

FIBA Europe Champions Cup


2002-03 Aris Thessaloniki (Greece)

Willie Solomon, Ryan Stack, Ivan Grgat, Fedor Likholitov, Prodromos Nikolaidis, Ioannis Lappas, Giannis Gagaloudis, Dimitar Angelov, Miroslav Raičević, Dimitris Charitopoulos, Nikos Orfanos, Kostas Kakaroudis, Dimitris Merachtsakis (Coach: Vangelis Alexandris)


FIBA Europe Cup


2003-04 Mitteldeutscher Weissenfels (Germany)

Wendell Alexis, Manuchar Markoishvili, Paul Burke, Marijonas Petravičius, Misan Nikagbatse, Sebastian Machowski, Stephen Arigbabu, Jonas Elvikis, Per Ringstrom, Chauncey Leslie, Peter Fehse, Paul Bayer, Michael Krikemans (Coach: Henrik Dettmann)


2004-05 CSU Asesoft Ploiesti (Romania)

Catalin Burlacu, Ivan Krasic, Nikola Bulatović, Vladimir Kuzmanović, Paul Helcioiu, Marko Rakočević, Rares Apostol, Antonio Alexe, Levente Szijarto, Predrag Materić, Nicolae Toader, Marko Peković, Adrian Blidaru, Saša Ocokoljić (Coach: Mladjen Jojic)


FIBA EuroCup Challenge


2005-06 Ural Great Perm (Russia)

Derrick Alston, Terrell Lyday, Vasili Karasev, Jurica Golemac, Jasmin Hukić, Andre Hutson, Andrei Trushkin, Egor Vyaltsev, Vadim Panin, Evgeni Kolesnikov, Aleksandr Dedushkin, Arseni Kuchinsky, Vyacheslav Shushakov, Artem Kuzyakin (Coach: Sharon Drucker)


2006-07 CSK VVS Samara (Russia)

Nikita Shabalkin, Omar Cook, Georgios Diamantopoulos, Kelvin Gibbs, Evgeni Voronov, Pavel Agapov, Gennadi Zelenskiy, Yaroslav Strelkin, Oleg Baranov, Pavel Ulyanko, Taras Osipov, Anton Glazunov, Alexei Kiryanov, Valeri Likhodey (Coach: Valeri Tikhonenko)

Final Four MVP

2003-04: Marijonas Petravičius (Mitteldeutscher)

2004-05: Vladimir Kuzmanović (CSU Asesoft)

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