WNBA-NBC Champions League (women)

The WNBA-NBC Champions League is the annual competition for nine-pin bowling women’s clubs, organized by the World Ninepin Bowling Association. It is playing since 2002, and the first season the competition was named as Euroleague.[1][2]

This article is about the women’s WNBA-NBC Champions League. For the men’s WNBA-NBC Champions League, see WNBA-NBC Champions League (men).
WNBA-NBC Champions League
Sport Nine-pin bowling
Founded 2002
No. of teams 12
Country WNBA-NBC members
Most recent
champion(s)
Victoria Bamberg
(10th title)
Most titles Victoria Bamberg
(10 titles)
Official website Website

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WNBA-NBC Champions League tournament has a very stable competition formula.[3] The following rules apply:

  • 12 teams participate in each event.
  • Most recent champions are always pre-qualified.
  • Top seven teams from the Team World Cup.
  • Top three teams from the Team European Cup.
  • Winner of the Team NBC Cup.

Vacant starting-places will occupy after the ranking exclusively with participants of Team’s Cups (sequence World-, then European-, then NBC-Cup) until maximum 12 places.

All qualified teams are seeded in the established order to the 12-team bracket. The knock-out ties are played in a two-legged format, with the exception of the final four. The Final Four usually takes place in the weekend at the turn of March and April.

  • 12-team bracket:
    • 7th team of World Cup – 3rd team of European Cup
    • NBC Cup winner – 6th team of World Cup
    • European Cup winner vs 5th team of World Cup
    • 4th team of World Cup vs European Cup runner-up
  • The title holder and three best teams of the World Cup are seeded and play in the quarter-finals with the winners of the first-round games.
    • Title holder
    • World Cup winner
    • World Cup runner-up
    • 3rd team of World Cup
WNBA-NBC Champions League
Season Final four host Champion Score Second place Third place Score Fourth place
2001-02 Hunedoara,
 Romania

CS Electromures Romgaz Târgu Mureș
Total result
KK Rijeka-Kvarner W.S.O.

SKC Victoria Bamberg
Total result
KK Slavia Prague
2002-03 Bozen,
 Italy

SKC Victoria Bamberg
Total result
KK Miroteks Celje

KK Slavia Prague
Total result
2003-04 Hagenwerder,
 Germany

KK Miroteks Celje
5 – 3
ŠKK Podravka Koprivnica

CS Electromures Romgaz Târgu Mureș
6 – 2
SKC Victoria Bamberg
2004-05 Osijek,
 Croatia

SKC Victoria Bamberg
6 – 2
KK Miroteks Celje

ŠKK Podravka Koprivnica
7 – 1
FTC Budapest
2005-06 Hunedoara,
 Romania

CS Electromures Romgaz Târgu Mureș
7 – 1
BBSV Vienna

KK Tatran Prefa Sučany
5 – 3
ŠKK Podravka Koprivnica
2006-07 Podbrezova,
 Slovakia

SKC Victoria 1947 Bamberg
5 – 3
ŠKK Podravka Koprivnica

CS Electromures Romgaz Târgu Mureș
5 – 3
KK Brest Cerknica
2007-08 Zalaegerszeg,
 Hungary

KK Miroteks Celje
6 – 2
ZTE-ZAEV Nöi Zalaegerszeg

ŠKK Podravka Koprivnica
5 – 3
SKC Victoria 1947 Bamberg
2008-09 Koblach,
 Austria

SKC Victoria 1947 Bamberg
7 – 1
KK Pionir Subotica

KK Miroteks Celje
8 – 0
KS Polonia 1912 Leszno
2009-10 Apatin,
 Serbia

SKC Victoria 1947 Bamberg
6.5 – 1.5
KK Lanteks Celje

CS Electromures Târgu Mureș
7 – 1
KK Pionir Subotica
2010-11 Bad Langensalza,
 Germany

KK Lanteks Celje
8 – 0
KK Pionir Subotica

SKC Victoria 1947 Bamberg
6 – 2
CS Electromures Târgu Mureș
2011-12 Celje,
 Slovenia

KK Lanteks Celje
5 – 3
SKC Victoria 1947 Bamberg

SC Conpet-Petrolul Ploiești
6 – 2
ASKÖ KSC Schneegattern
2012-13 Podbrezova,
 Slovakia

SKC Victoria 1947 Bamberg
5 – 3
KK Lanteks Celje

CS Romgaz Târgu Mureș
5 – 3
KK Pionir Subotica
2013-14 Straubing,
 Germany

KK Celje
5 – 3
SKC Victoria 1947 Bamberg

KK Pionir Subotica
7.5 – 0.5
KK Mlaka Rijeka
2014-15 Straubing,
 Germany

KK Celje
6 – 2
SKC Victoria 1947 Bamberg

KK Mlaka Rijeka
6 – 2
KK Pionir Subotica
2015-16 Bamberg,
 Germany

BBSV Vienna
5.5 – 2.5
SKC Victoria 1947 Bamberg

KK Mlaka Rijeka
5 – 3
KK Admiral Zagreb
2016-17 Podbrezova,
 Slovakia

SKC Victoria 1947 Bamberg
7 – 1
BBSV Vienna

KK Celje
7 – 1
KK Mlaka Rijeka
2017-18 Bamberg,
 Germany

SKC Victoria 1947 Bamberg
7 – 1
CS Electromures Romgaz Târgu Mureș

KK Slovan Rosice
5 – 3
KK Celje
2018-19 Zaprešić,
 Croatia

SKC Victoria 1947 Bamberg
6 – 2
KK Mlaka Rijeka

KK Slovan Rosice
6 – 2
BBSV Vienna
2019-20[lower-alpha 1]
2020-21
Bamberg,
 Germany

SKC Victoria 1947 Bamberg
6 – 2
KK Mlaka Rijeka

CS Electromures Târgu Mureș
No score
Slovan withdrew

KK Slovan Rosice
2021-22 Zaprešić,
 Croatia

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