CEV Women's Challenge Cup
|Current season, competition or edition:|
2019–20 CEV Women's Challenge Cup
|Formerly||CEV Women's Cup (1980–2007)|
|Founded||1980 (as CEV Women's Cup)|
|No. of teams||32|
|Saugella Team Monza (1st title)|
|Most titles|| PV Reggio Emilia|
|Official website||CEV Women's Challenge Cup|
The CEV Women's Challenge Cup, formerly (from 1980 to 2007) known as CEV Women's Cup is the third official competition for women's volleyball clubs of Europe and takes place every year. It is organized by the Confédération Européenne de Volleyball (CEV) and was created as CEV Women's Cup in 1980 to allow more clubs to participate in European competitions. In 2007 it was renamed CEV Challenge Cup following a CEV decision to rename its second official competition (known as Top Teams Cup) to CEV Cup.
CEV Challenge Cup
Note: The third place match was abolished in 2010. The table's column "Third place" display the losing semifinalists from the 2010–11 season onwards.
Titles by club
|1||Pallavolo Reggio Emilia||3||2||1985–86, 1988–89, 1997–98|
|2||USC Münster||3||1||1981–82, 1993–94, 1995–96|
|3||Volley Modena||2||2||1986–87, 2001–02|
|4||Bursa BBSK||2||1||2014–15, 2016–17|
|5||Pallavolo Matera||2||1990–91, 1991–92|
|Gierre Roma||2||1992–93, 1996–97|
|Pallavolo Sirio Perugia||2||2004–05, 2006–07|
|Amatori Volley Bari||1||1||1983–84|
|Virtus Reggio Calabria||1||1||1999–00|
|Vini Monteschiavo Jesi||1||1||2008–09|
|VC Zarechie Odintsovo||1||1||2013–14|
|9||TG Viktoria Augsburg||1||1984–85|
|Brogliaccio Pallavolo Ancona||1||1987–88|
|Centro Ester Pallavolo||1||1998–99|
|Vakıfbank Sports Club||1||2007–08|
|VC Dinamo Krasnodar||1||2012–13|
|Saugella Team Monza||1||2018–19|
Titles by country
- 1. For the purpose of keeping historical event accuracy, historical countries names are used in this table.
- 2. The column "Third place" includes results until 2010 as the third place match was abolished since then.
- 2000–01 – Małgorzata Glinka (POL)
- 2001–02 –
- 2002–03 – Cristina Pîrv (ROM)
- 2003–04 – Lyubov Sokolova (RUS)
- 2004–05 – Dorota Świeniewicz (POL)
- 2005–06 – Simona Rinieri (ITA)
- 2006–07 – Simona Gioli (ITA)
- 2007–08 – Aysun Özbek (TUR)
- 2008–09 – Simona Rinieri (ITA)
- 2009–10 – Saskia Hippe (GER)
- 2010–11 – Polina Rahimova (AZE)
- 2011–12 – Nancy Metcalf (USA)
- 2012–13 – Marina Maryukhnich (UKR)
- 2013–14 – Natalia Malykh (RUS)
- 2014–15 – Meryem Boz (TUR)
- 2015–16 – Jelena Blagojević (SRB)
- 2016–17 – Özge Kirdar (TUR)
- 2017–18 – Styliani Christodoulou (GRE)
- 2018–19 – Anne Buijs (NED)
- 2019–20 –
- "Acknowledgements". CEV. p. 6. Retrieved 17 March 2017.
- "New names for European cups competitions". CEV. 5 April 2007. Archived from the original on 27 May 2008. Retrieved 17 March 2017.
- CEV. "Sirio Perugia wins CEV Cup after Champions League". Archived from the original on 2009-11-24. Retrieved 2010-04-04.
- CEV. "ISTANBUL wins the 2007/08 Women's Challenge Cup". Retrieved 2010-04-09.[permanent dead link]
- CEV. "First European trophy ever for Italian club Vini Monteschiavo Jesi". Archived from the original on 2009-03-22. Retrieved 2010-06-08.
- CEV. "DRESDNER SC celebrates home triumph". Archived from the original on 2010-03-25. Retrieved 2010-04-04.
- "European Cups" (PDF). CEV. 5 April 2011. Archived from the original (PDF) on 22 July 2011. Retrieved 18 March 2017.
- "CEV 40th Anniversary Book - European Cups". CEV. pp. 51–65. Retrieved 18 March 2017.