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|No. of teams||15 (Group stages)|
|Country||FIBA Europe member associations|
|Most recent champion(s)||23x15px ZVVZ USK Praha (1st title)|
|Most titles||23x15px TTT Rīga (18 titles)|
|Official website||EuroLeague Women|
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System of competition
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24 clubs took part to the European most important competition. They were divided into 4 groups of 6 teams each with home and away games.
The 4 best-placed clubs in each group qualified for the eighth-final play-offs.
Eighth-final round was established according the standings (games won, games lost, goal-average) of each team in the preliminary round. This round was played in a home and away game.
The winners of the eighth-final round qualified for quarter-final round.
The winners of the quarter-final round qualified for the Final Four, organized by one of the qualified clubs. Semi-finals were played on Friday and finals on Sunday.
* precedes the score of the team playing at home.
Titles by country
|1||23x15px Soviet Union||18||6|
|12||23x15px Czech Republic||2||2|
Titles by club
|1||23x15px TTT Riga||18||1|
|2||23x15px AS Vicenza||5||2|
|3||23x15px WBC Spartak Moscow Region||4||1|
|4||23x15px Ros Casares Valencia||3||4|
|5||23x15px CJM Bourges Basket||3||1|
|6||23x15px Pool Comense 1872||2||3|
|7||23x15px USO Valenciennes||2||2|
|23x15px Slavia Sofia||2||2|
|9||23x15px MBK Ružomberok||2||0|
|23x15px UMMC Ekaterinburg||2||0|
|11||23x15px Sparta Prague||1||9|
|12||23x15px BK Brno||1||2|
|13||23x15px Volgaburmash Samara||1||1|
|23x15px Wuppertal Wings||1||1|
|23x15px Crvena zvezda||1||1|
|23x15px Halcón Avenida Salamanca||1||1|
|17||23x15px BC Levski Sofia||1||0|
|23x15px Sisport Fiat Turin||1||0|
|23x15px Unicar Cesena||1||0|
|23x15px GS Trogylos Basket Priolo||1||0|
|23x15px Sesto San Giovanni||1||0|
|23x15px Jedinstvo Tuzla||1||0|
|23x15px ZVVZ USK Praha||1||0|
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