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LEN Euro Cup
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2020–21 LEN Euro Cup
FormerlyLEN Trophy
SportWater polo
Founded1992
PresidentPaolo Barelli
CountryLEN members
Continent Europe
Most recent
champion(s)
France Marseille
(1st title)
Most titlesItaly Brescia
(4 titles)
Level on pyramid2nd Tier (Europe)
Official websitelen.eu

The LEN Euro Cup is the second-tier European water polo club competition run by the Ligue Européenne de Natation for those clubs who did not qualify for the LEN Champions League. The cup was inaugurated in 1992.

History

Names of the competition

  • 1992–2011: LEN Trophy
  • 2011–present: LEN Euro Cup

Title holders

Finals

Year Final Third and fourth place
Champion Score Second place
1992–93
Details
Hungary
Újpest
N / A Italy
Pro Recco
N / A
1993–94
Details
Italy
Racing Roma
Italy
Volturno
1994–95
Details
Spain
Barcelona
Hungary
Ferencváros
1995–96
Details
Italy
Pescara
Hungary
Szeged
1996–97
Details
Hungary
Újpest
Hungary
Ferencváros
Croatia
Jug
Italy
Savona
1997–98
Details
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Partizan
8–8, 3–1 Croatia
Jadran Split
Hungary
Vasas
Italy
Florentia
1998–99
Details
Hungary
Újpest
12–7, 9–10 Greece
NO Patras
Croatia
Jug
Spain
Real Canoe
1999–00
Details
Croatia
Jug
8–7, 10–6 Italy
Pescara
Spain
Atlètic-Barceloneta
Hungary
Vasas
2000–01
Details
Croatia
Mladost
7–8, 9–6 Italy
Leonessa
Hungary
Vasas
Greece
Vouliagmeni
2001–02
Details
Italy
Leonessa
N / A Italy
Pro Recco
Hungary
BVSC
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Partizan
2002–03
Details
Italy
Leonessa
Italy
Florentia
Greece
Ethnikos
Italy
Savona
2003–04
Details
Spain
Barcelona
11–11, 11–5 Greece
Vouliagmeni
Croatia
Jadran Split
France
Olympic Nice
2004–05
Details
Italy
Savona
6–7, 7–4 Serbia and Montenegro
Partizan
Greece
Panionios
Serbia and Montenegro
Primorac Kotor
2005–06
Details
Italy
Leonessa
11–8, 6–7 Russia
Sintez Kazan
Russia
Dynamo Moscow
Hungary
Ferencváros
2006–07
Details
Russia
Sintez Kazan
12–10, 9–10 Croatia
Šibenik
Montenegro
Budva
Italy
Bissolati Cremona
2007–08
Details
Russia
Shturm Chekhov
8–8, 12–7 Hungary
Eger
Montenegro
Budva
Spain
Terrassa
2008–09
Details
Hungary
Szeged
6–8, 17–13 (pen) Greece
Panionios
Spain
Barcelona
Russia
Sintez Kazan
2009–10
Details
Montenegro
Cattaro
7–9, 8–5 (aet) Italy
Savona
Italy
Leonessa
Germany
Spandau 04
2010–11
Details
Italy
Savona
9–9, 11–3 Greece
Panionios
Hungary
Honvéd
France
Marseille
2011–12
Details
Italy
Savona
14–9, 6–8 Spain
Sabadell
Italy
Posillipo
Hungary
Szolnok
2012–13
Details
Serbia
Radnički Kragujevac
8–4, 7–6 Italy
Florentia
Italy
Savona
Hungary
Debrecen
2013–14
Details
Russia
Spartak Volgograd
11–5, 5–9 Croatia
Mladost
Italy
Acquachiara
Italy
Posillipo
2014–15
Details
Italy
Posillipo
6–6, 11–10 Italy
Acquachiara
Romania
Steaua București
Croatia
Mornar
2015–16
Details
Italy
Brescia
11–4, 12–6 Russia
Sintez Kazan
Hungary
Szeged
Croatia
Mornar
2016–17
Details
Hungary
Ferencváros
12–6, 7–7 Romania
Oradea
Montenegro
Jadran Herceg Novi
Italy
SM Verona
2017–18
Details
Hungary
Ferencváros
17–13
(9–8 / 8–5)
Italy
SM Verona
France
Marseille
Hungary
Miskolc
2018–19
Details
France
Marseille
16–15
(9–8 / 7–7)
Montenegro
Jadran Herceg Novi
Hungary
OSC Budapest
Italy
Ortigia
2019–20
Details
Cancelled Cancelled

Titles by club

Rank Club Titles Runner-up Champion years
1. Italy Brescia 4 1 2001–02, 2002–03, 2005–06, 2015–16
2. Italy Savona 3 1 2004–05, 2010–11, 2011–12
3. Hungary Újpest 3 1992–93, 1996–97, 1998–99
4. Hungary Ferencváros 2 2 2016–17, 2017–18
5. Spain Barcelona 2 1994–95, 2003–04
6. Russia Sintez Kazan 1 2 2006–07
7. Italy Pescara 1 1 1995–96
Serbia and Montenegro Partizan 1 1 1997–98
Croatia Mladost 1 1 2000–01
Hungary Szeged 1 1 2008–09
11. Italy Racing Roma 1 1993–94
Croatia Jug 1 1999–00
Russia Shturm Chekhov 1 2007–08
Montenegro Cattaro 1 2009–10
Serbia Radnički Kragujevac 1 2012–13
Russia Spartak Volgograd 1 2013–14
Italy Posillipo 1 2014–15
France Marseille 1 2018–19
19. Italy Pro Recco 2
Italy Florentia 2
Greece Panionios 2
22. Italy Volturno 1
Croatia Jadran Split 1
Greece NO Patras 1
Greece Vouliagmeni 1
Croatia Šibenik 1
Hungary Eger 1
Spain Sabadell 1
Italy Acquachiara 1
Romania Oradea 1
Italy Sport Management 1
Montenegro Jadran Herceg Novi 1

Titles by nation

Rank Country Titles Runners-up
1. Italy Italy 10 10
2. Hungary Hungary 6 4
3. Russia Russia 3 2
4. Croatia Croatia 2 3
5. Spain Spain 2 1
6. Serbia and Montenegro Serbia & Montenegro 1 1
Montenegro Montenegro 1 1
8. Serbia Serbia 1
9. France France 1
10. Greece Greece 4

See also

References

External links

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