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1967–68 FIBA European Champions Cup

1967–68 FIBA European Champions Cup

 

 1967–68 FIBA European Champions Cup was the eleventh installment of the European top-tier level professional basketball club competition FIBA European Champions Cup (now called EuroLeague). The Final was held at the Palais des Sports, Lyon, France, on April 11, 1968, and it was won by Real Madrid, who defeated Spartak ZJŠ Brno, by a result of 98–95.  
1967–68 FIBA European Champions Cup
Champions
Spain
Real Madrid
4th Title
Play-Off bracketReal Madrid 1967-68
  

Competition system

  • 24 teams (European national domestic league champions, plus the then current title holders), playing in a tournament system, played knock-out rounds, on a home and away basis. The aggregate score of both games decided the winner.
  • The eight teams qualified for 1/4 Finals were divided into two groups of four. Every team played against the other three in its group, in consecutive home-and-away matches, so that every two of those games counted as a single win or defeat (point difference being a decisive factor there). In case of a tie between two or more teams after the group stage, the following criteria was used to decide the final standings: 1) one-to-one games between the teams; 2) basket average; 3) individual wins and defeats.
  • The group winners and runners-up of the 1/4 Finals round qualified for 1/2 Finals. The final was played at a predetermined venue.

First round

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Maccabi Tel Aviv Israel 165–144 France Alsace Bagnolet 85–62 80–82
Alvik Sweden 128–139 Finland KTP 67–67 61–72
Boroughmuir Scotland 112–234 Spain Real Madrid 69–108 43–126
FAR Rabat Morocco 121–205 Spain Juventud Kalso 70–96 51–109
Racing Luxembourg Luxembourg 113–148 West Germany Gießen 46ers 63–76 50–72
Honvéd Hungary 129–136 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zadar 86–72 43–64
Steaua Bucureşti Romania 124–126 Greece Panathinaikos 82–65 42–61
Vauxhall Motors England 97–236 Poland Legia Warsaw 56–93 41–143

29-10-1967 - Murrayfield Ice Rink

Boroughmuir BC Edinburgh - Real Madrid CF       69-108 (23-55)

Attendance: 2700

Fouled out: Wilson

Boroughmuir BC (coach: Ken Johnstone): Tony Wilson 6, Mel Capaldi 16, Brian Carmichael 2, Stuart McKechnie 4, Bill McInnes 21; “Topper” Brown 2, Dave Patterson 10, John Tunnah 5, James Carmichael 3.

Real Madrid CF (coach: Pedro Ferrándiz): José Ramón Ramos 2, Toncho Nava 8, Vicente Paniagua 12, Clifford Luyk 28, Cristóbal Rodríguez 9; Lolo Sáinz 6, Emiliano Rodríguez 6, Wayne Brabender 13, Miles Aiken 10, Ramón Guardiola 6, Carlos Sevillano 8.

5-11-1967

Vauxhall Motors BC Luton - AZS-AWF Warszawa       56-93 (26-44)

9-11-1967 - Palais des Congrès Casablanca

FAR Rabat - Club Juventud de Badalona       70-96 (35-45)

Attendance: 2500

Fouled out: -

FAR Rabat (coach: xx): Mustapha Guelzim 2, Himoud 18, Seyad 21, Raïs Benthami 2, Belqaïd Allal 6; Samai 2, Kourdi 17, Mouari 2.

Club Juventud (coach: Eduardo Kucharski): José Lluís 12, Nino Buscató 20, Guifredo Gol 8, Enrique Margall 22, Alfonso Martínez 28; Miguel “Che” González 6, Narciso Margall.

9-11-1967

CSA Steaua Bucureşti - Panathinaïkós AO Athinai       82-65 (37-32)

Panathinaïkós AO (Coach: Kostas Mourouzis): Georgios Kolokythas 27, Petros Panagiotarakos 18, Thanasis Peppas 8, Michalis Kiritsis 6, Kostas Politis 4, Andreas Haikalis 2, Georgios Vasilakopoulos.

9-11-1967

Budapesti Honvéd SE - KK Zadar       86-72 (30-29)

9-11-1967

Maccabi SC Tel-Aviv - BC Alsace de Bagnolet       85-62 (51-35)

Maccabi SC (coach: Yehoshua Rozin): Tani Cohen-Mintz 28, Haim Starkman 24, Tal Brody 22, Bob Podhurst 4, Abraham Hoffman 4, Gideon Freitag 2, Shabetai Ben-Bassat 1, Kelin Shapira, Reuven Daniel.

BC Alsace (coach: Maxime Dorigo): Jean-Marie Jouaret 18, Laurent Dorigo 20, Maxime Dorigo 4, Gilbert Besson 9, Jean-Jacques Dumeaux 2, Denis Abraham, Bernard Mayeur 9.

9-11-1967

Basket Racing Club Luxembourg - MTV Gießen       63-76 (23-29)

MTV Gießen (coach: Laszló Lakfalvi): Klaus Jungnickel 29, Bernd Röder 15, Holger Geschwindner 12, Lu Jackson 11, Heinz Ross 4, Wolfgang Dort 4, Franz-Josef Wolf 1.

15-11-1967

AZS-AWF Warszawa - Vauxhall Motors BC Luton       143-41 (74-19)

15-11-1967

Alvik BK Stockholm - KTP Kotka       64-67 (36-28)

Alvik BK (coach: Rolf Nygren): Anders Grönlund 17, Kjell Gunnå 13, Kaj Håkansson 7, Ebbe Edström 3, Kent Gunnå 4, Bo-Göran Henriksson 8, Lennart Preutz 9, Bo Lundmark 1, Eddie Olsson 1.

KTP Kotka (coach: Toni Bärlund):

16-11-1967

KTP Kotka - Alvik BK Stockholm       72-61 (39-26)

KTP Kotka (coach: Toni Bärlund): Hannu Paananen 19, Ari Paananen 15, Veikko Miettinen 12,

Alvik BK (coach: Rolf Nygren): Kjell Gunnå 15, Bo Lundmark 9, Lennart Preutz 9, Anders Grönlund 7, Kaj Håkansson 7, Ebbe Edström 7, Eddie Olsson 3, Bo-Göran Henriksson 2, Kent Gunnå 2.

16-11-1967 - Pabellón de la Ciudad Deportiva

Real Madrid CF - Boroughmuir BC Edinburgh       126-43 (61-21)

Attendance: 3000

Fouled out: -

Real Madrid CF (coach: Pedro Ferrándiz): Carlos Sevillano 7, Emiliano Rodríguez 12, Wayne Brabender 19, Miles Aiken 1, Clifford Luyk 26; Lolo Sáinz 12, Ramón Guardiola 14, Cristóbal Rodríguez 16, Vicente Paniagua 10, Toncho Nava 9.

Boroughmuir BC (coach: Ken Johnstone): Tony Wilson 10, Mel Capaldi 4, Brian Carmichael 1, “Topper” Brown 2, Bill McInnes 14; John Tunnah 4, James Carmichael 3, xx Taylor 5, David Shaw, Bruce Chalmers, Stuart McKechnie, Dave Patterson.

16-11-1967

BC Alsace de Bagnolet - Maccabi SC Tel-Aviv       82-80 (36-47)

BC Alsace (coach: Maxime Dorigo): Bernard Mayeur 19, Jean-Marie Jouaret 15, Laurent Dorigo 15, Maxime Dorigo 24, Gilbert Besson 5, Jean-Jacques Dumeaux 2, Christian Berté 2.

Maccabi SC (coach: Yehoshua Rozin): Tal Brody 20, Bob Podhurst 9, Haim Starkman 18, Gideon Freitag 2, Abraham Hoffman 15, Tani Cohen-Mintz 12, xx.

16-11-1967 - Hala Jazine

KK Zadar - Budapesti Honvéd SE       64-43 (34-17)

Attendance: 4000

KK Zadar (coach: Đorđo Zdrilić): Miljenko Valčić 13, Milan Komazec, Bruno Marcelić 2, Mile Marcelić 4, Giuseppe Gjergja 15, Krešimir Ćosić 22, Petar Anić, Jure Košta, Goran Brajković 8.

Budapesti Honvéd SE (coach: xx):): László Bánhegyi, Ottó Temesvári, Sándor Gellér, Géza Gyulai 2, xx Tánczos, Valér Banna 12, Imre Nyitrai 19, János Bencze 2, Szalbocs Hódy 8, Pál Kockza.

16-11-1967

MTV Gießen - Basket Racing Club Luxembourg       72-50 (33-30)

Attendance: 1200

MTV Gießen (coach: Laszló Lakfalvi): Klaus Jungnickel 27, Lu Jackson 15, Holger Geschwindner 14, Bernd Röder 8, Wolfgang Dort 4) Franz-Josef Wolf 2, Karl Ampt 2.

Racing Club Luxembourg (coach: xx): xx Knepper 19, Robert Thillen 16, Louis Fleming 6, xx Alvisse 5, Franz Werner 2, Gilbert Becker 2.

17-11-1967

Panathinaïkós AO Athinai - CSA Steaua Bucureşti       61-42 (32-27)

Panathinaïkós AO (Coach: Kostas Mourouzis): Georgios Kolokythas 17, Petros Panagiotarakos 15, Thanasis Peppas 11, Andreas Haikalis 8, Kostas Politis 7, Michalis Kyritsis 2, Georgios Vassilakopoulos 1.

17-11-1967 - Pabellón Municipal de Deportes

Club Juventud de Badalona - FAR Rabat       109-51 (47-20)

Attendance: 1500

Fouled out: Kourdi

Juventud (coach: Eduardo Kucharski): José Lluís 8, Nino Buscató 8, Miguel “Che” González 7, Narciso Margall 3, Luis Miguel Santillana 15; Alfonso Martínez 33, Guifredo Gol 13, Enrique Margall 10, José María Oleart 2, Jorge Grau 10. Ft 21/28.

FAR Rabat (coach: xx): Himoud 12, Jbilou 4, Seyad 19, Belqaïd Allal 2, Kourdi, Khoukh 10, Raïs Benthami 4, Houari, Ben Houssa. Ft 5/16.

Second round

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Panathinaikos Greece 141–159 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zadar 79–70 62–89
KTP Finland 147–178 Bulgaria CSKA Sofia 86–89 61–89
Eendracht Utrecht Netherlands 133–202 Spain Real Madrid 66–90 67–112
Juventud Kalso Spain 157–113 Poland Legia Warsaw 87–56 70–57
Gießen 46ers West Germany 134–189 Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 72–84 62–105
Benfica Luanda Portugal 133–261 Belgium Racing Bell Mechelen 59–90 74–171
Engelmann Wien Austria 135–171 Italy Simmenthal Milano 79–95 56–76
Altınordu Turkey 130–167 Czechoslovakia Spartak ZJŠ Brno 61–65 69–102

5-12-1967

Maccabi SC Tel-Aviv - MTV Gießen       105-62 (61-29)

Attendance: 8000

Maccabi SC (coach: Ralph Klein): Tal Brody 46, Tani Cohen-Mintz 20, Haim Starkman 13, Abraham Hoffman 11, Bob Podhurst 8, Amnon Avidan 4, Gabi Neumark 2, Shabetai Ben-Bassat 1.

MTV Gießen (coach: Laszló Lakfalvi): Klaus Jungnickel 30, Lu Jackson 11, Jörg Bernath 10, Bernd Röder 7, Karl Ampt 2, Heinz Ross 2.

6-12-1967

Altınordu SK İzmir - TJ Spartak ZJŠ Brno       61-65 (36-25)

Attendance: 2000

Altınordu SK (coach: Samim Göreç): Nedret Uyguç 13, Barış Küce 10, Akın Gönülşen 10, Miodrag Nikolić 11, Haluk Tunçeri 5, Zeki Tosun 12, Yılmaz Vardaroğlu.

TJ Spartak ZJŠ (coach: Ivo Mrázek): Zdeněk Vlk 3, Miroslav Zanáška 2, Petr Novický, František Konvička 4, Tomáš Jambor, Jan Bobrovský 28, Vlastimil Cvrkal 2, Vladimír Pištělák 16.

7-12-1967

KTP Kotka - CSKA Sofija       86-89 (41-44)

7-12-1967 - Pabellón Municipal de Deportes

Club Juventud de Badalona - AZS-AWF Warszawa       87-56 (47-20)

Attendance: 2000

Fouled out: E. Margall, Perka, Blauth, Pawlowski

Juventud (coach: Eduardo Kucharski): José Lluís 12, Nino Buscató 26, Miguel “Che” González 10, Enrique Margall 14, Alfonso Martínez 18; Guifredo Gol 7

AZS-AWF (coach: xx Choliński): Andrzej Perka 4, Bolesław Kwiatkowski 4, Adam Niemiec 19, Alexander Ronikier 4, Tadeusz Blauth 4; Jacek Pawłowski 4, Jan Matusewicz 4, Igor Oleszkiewicz 1, Andrzej Pasiorowski 8, Zbigniew Jedliński 4.

7-12-1967

Panathinaïkós AO Athinai - KK Zadar       79-70 (38-33)

Panathinaïkós AO (Coach: Kostas Mourouzis): Georgios Kolokythas 38, Thanasis Peppas 10, Andreas Haikalis 6, Petros Panagiotarakos 21, Kostas Politis 2, Michalis Kiritsis 2, Georgios Vasilakopoulos.

KK Zadar (coach: Đorđo Zdrilić): Miljenko Valčić 12, Đuro Stipčević 1, Milan Komazec 2, Bruno Marcelić 16, Mile Marcelić 10, Giuseppe Gjergja 16, Krešimir Ćosić 12.

7-12-1967

EK Engelmann Wien - Simmenthal Olimpia Milano       79-95 (38-36)

EK Engelmann (coach: Rudolf Berger): Erich Tecka 23, Johann Hoffmann 12, xx Vybiral 2, xx Baumgartner 18, Kamen Ilchev 8, Heinz Lešková 9, xx Kitzler 7.

Simmenthal Olimpia (coach: Cesare Rubini): Bob Wolf 23, Gianfranco Pieri 3, Sandro Riminucci 13, Massimo Masini 19, Giulio Iellini 5, Craig Raymond 12, Gianfranco Fantin 8, Mauro Cerioni 10, Giuseppe Brumatti 2.

8-12-1967

Sport Luanda e Benfica - Racing Bell Mechelen       59-90 (32-38)

Attendance: 1000

Sport Luanda e Benfica (coach: Vicente Costa): Manuel Barbosa, Mário Lousada 6, Toni Iglésias, xx Moreira 2, Artur Seco 13, Jorge Simons, Agostinho Reis 20, Sérgio Andrade 14.

Racing Bell (coach: Eddy Verswijvel): Théo Hillen 10, Lucien Van Kersschaever 2, Sonny Bustion 8, Leon Clark 8, Jean Jacobs 8, Lucien Michelet 6, Kamiel Dierckx 9, John Loridon 14, Jean-Paul Van der Meynsbrugge.

8-12-1967 - Expo Hall

SVE Utrecht - Real Madrid CF       66-90 (29-45)

Fouled out: Grosmann 35’, Boogaard 36’, Van Renen 37’, B. Tuinstra 38’

SVE Utrecht (coach: Ton Koemans): Rob Boogaard 6, Bart Tuinstra 10, Roel Tuinstra 34, Bob Grosmann, Vello Aring 6; Lyle Landstrom 3, Bob Woudstra, Fred de Nijs 5, Jan van Renen 2. Ft 18/24.

Real Madrid CF (coach: Pedro Ferrándiz): Carlos Sevillano, Toncho Nava 12, Wayne Brabender 24, Miles Aiken 27, Clifford Luyk 16; Lolo Sáinz 2, José Ramón Ramos, Ramón Guardiola, Vicente Paniagua 9. Ft 18/26.

13-12-1967 - Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego

AZS-AWF Warszawa - Club Juventud de Badalona       57-70 (26-33)

Attendance: 1000

Fouled out: -

AZS-AWF (coach: xx Choliński): Andrzej Perka 6, Bolesław Kwiatkowski 8, Adam Niemiec 10, Alexander Ronikier 2, Tadeusz Blauth 2; Jacek Pawłowski 6, Jan Matusewicz 6, Igor Oleszkiewicz 8, Andrzej Pasiorowski 7, Zbigniew Jedliński 2.

Juventud (coach: Eduardo Kucharski): José Lluís, Nino Buscató 20, Guifredo Gol 17, Enrique Margall 19, Alfonso Martínez 14; Miguel “Che” González.

13-12-1967

Simmenthal Olimpia Milano - EK Engelmann Wien       76-56 (31-25)

Fouled out: Pieri 33’, Baumgartner 37’, Fantin 39’

Simmenthal Olimpia (coach: Cesare Rubini): Giulio Iellini 8, Giuseppe Brumatti 15, Gianfranco Pieri 7, Massimo Masini 11, Gianfranco Fantin 4, xx Rosi, Giandomenico Ongaro 5, Bob Wolf 15, Craig Raymond 7, Mauro Cerioni 4. Ft 16/32.

EK Engelmann (coach: Rudolf Berger): xx Jelenko, Kamen Ilchev 11, Johann Hoffmann, xx Baumgartner 9, xx Watznauer, xx Kitzler 2, Richard Leger, Erich Tecka 28, xx Dorn, Heinz Lešková 6. Ft 16/28.

14-12-1967 - Pabellón de la Ciudad Deportiva

Real Madrid CF - SVE Utrecht       112-67 (56-24)

Attendance: 3500

Fouled out: van Renen 35’

Real Madrid CF (coach: Pedro Ferrándiz): Carlos Sevillano 8, Toncho Nava 6, Wayne Brabender 19, Miles Aiken 31, Clifford Luyk 14; Lolo Sáinz 4, Ramón Guardiola 13, Cristóbal Rodríguez 3, Vicente Paniagua 14.

SVE Utrecht (coach: Ton Koemans): Rob Boogaard 15, Lyle Landstrom 8, Roel Tuinstra 20, Bob Grosmann 7, Vello Aring 7; Bob Woudstra, Fred de Nijs 2, Jan van Renen 8.

14-12-1967

MTV Gießen - Maccabi SC Tel-Aviv       72-84 (26-46)

Attendance: 1200

MTV Gießen (coach: Laszló Lakfalvi): Bernd Röder 21, Holger Geschwindner 12, Jörg Bernath 10, Lu Jackson 8, Wolfgang Dort 6, Klaus Jungnickel 5, Heinz Ross 2.

Maccabi SC (coach: Yehoshua Rozin): Tani Cohen-Mintz 20, Amnon Avidan 18, Bob Podhurst 19, Tal Brody 16, Haim Starkman 4, Gideon Freitag 4, Reuven Daniel 2, Kelin Shapira 1.

14-12-1967 – Hala Jazine

KK Zadar - Panathinaïkós AO Athinai       89-62 (39-29)

Attendance: 4000

KK Zadar (coach: Đorđo Zdrilić): Miljenko Valčić 18, Đuro Stipčević 9, Milan Komazec 8, Bruno Marcelić 4, Giuseppe Gjergja 25, Krešimir Ćosić 23, Goran Brajković 2.

Panathinaïkós AO (Coach: Kostas Mourouzis): xx Chatziogeorgiou 4, Thansis Peppas 6, Georgios Kolokythas 22, Georgios Vasilakopoulos 8, Michalis Kiritsis 6, Kostas Politis 2, Andreas Haikalis 8, Petros Panagiotarakos 6.

14-12-1967

TJ Spartak ZJŠ Brno - Altınordu SK İzmir       102-69 (49-38)

TJ Spartak ZJŠ (coach: Ivo Mrázek): Zdeněk Vlk 10, Zdeněk Bobrovský 7, František Konvička 26, Tomáš Jambor 6, Jan Bobrovský 16, Vlastimil Cvrkal 10, Vladimír Pištělák 18, Petr Novický 5, Jiří Kovařík 2, Ivan Bobrovský 2.

15-12-1967 – Arena te Deurne

Racing Bell Mechelen - Sport Luanda e Benfica       171-74 (97-27)

Racing Bell (coach: Eddy Verswijvel): Théo Hillen 36, Kamiel Dierckx 63, Lucien Michelet 24, Jean Jacobs 8, Sonny Bustion 16, John Loridon 24, Lucien van Kersschaever 1.

Sport Luanda e Benfica (coach: Vicente Costa): Agostinho Reis 26, Artur Seco, Sérgio Andrade 16, xx Moreira 9, Mário Lousada 19, Toni Iglésias 4.

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CSKA Sofija – KTP Kotka       89-61 (43-26)

Quarterfinals group stage

The quarterfinals were played with a round-robin system, in which every Two Game series (TGS) constituted as one game for the record.

Group A

  Team Pld Pts W L PF PA PD
1. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zadar 3 6 3 0 433 409 +24
2. Italy Simmenthal Milano 3 5 2 1 490 451 +39
3. Spain Juventud Kalso 3 4 1 2 427 467 -40
4. Bulgaria CSKA Sofia 3 3 0 3 500 523 -23

 

24-01-1968

CSKA Sofija - Simmenthal Olimpia Milano       106-112 (52-56, 98-98)

Fouled out: Maleev, Masini, Wolf

CSKA Sofija (Kiril Semov): xx Mihailov 4, Temelaki Dimitrov 27, Dimităr Donev 6, Ivajlo Kirov, Tsvjatko Barchovski 29; xx Benev 6, Georgi Maleev, xx Georgiev, Kliment Kamenarov 5, xx Novakov, Atanas Golomeev 29.

Simmenthal Olimpia (coach: Cesare Rubini): Giulio Iellini 20, Pino Brumatti 31, Bob Wolf 11, Craig Raymond 38, Massimo Masini 10; Gianfranco Pieri 2, Gianfranco Fantin, Sandro Riminucci dnp, xx Rosi dnp, Giandomenico Ongaro dnp, Mauro Cerioni dnp.

25-01-1968 - Dvorana “KK Split” na Gripama

KK Zadar - Club Juventud de Badalona       85-69 (43-33)

Attendance: 2700

Fouled out: Stipčević, Valčić, A. Martínez, “Che” González, E. Margall

KK Zadar (coach: Đorđo Zdrilić): Giuseppe Gjergja 23, Bruno Marcelić 2, Miljenko Valčić 8, Đuro Stipčević 2, Krešimir Ćosić 38; Mile Marcelić 2, Goran Brajković 10.

Juventud (coach: Eduardo Kucharski): José Lluís 9, Nino Buscató 14, Guifredo Gol 10, Enrique Margall 14, Alfonso Martínez 20; Miguel “Che” González, Narciso Margall, Luis Miguel Santillana 2.

1-02-1968 - Palalido

Simmenthal Olimpia Milano - CSKA Sofija       76-64 (34-25)

Simmenthal Olimpia (coach: Cesare Rubini): Giulio Iellini 12, Giuseppe Brumatti 6, Gianfranco Pieri 2, Massimo Masini 18, Gianfranco Fantin 8, Sandro Riminucci 4, xx Rosi, Giandomenico Ongaro 2, Bob Wolf 5, Craig Raymond 15, Mauro Cerioni 4, Vittorio Ferracini. Ft 4/6.

CSKA Sofija (Kiril Semov): xx Mikhailov 5, xx Benev 8, xx Ivanov, xx Dimitrov, Georgi Maleev, xx Georgiev, Kliment Kamenarov 7, Tsvjatko Barchovski 18, Dimităr Donev 2, xx Vodenicharski 4, Temelaki Dimitrov 8, Atanas Golomeev 12. Ft 12/22.

1-02-1968 - Pabellón Municipal de Deportes

Club Juventud de Badalona - KK Zadar       46-44 (16-23)

Attendance: 2000

Fouled out: Stipčević 26’

Juventud (coach: Eduardo Kucharski): José Lluís 6, Nino Buscató, Guifredo Gol 4, Enrique Margall 4, Alfonso Martínez 18; Narciso Margall 8, Miguel “Che” González 6, José María Oleart.

KK Zadar (coach: Đorđo Zdrilić): Giuseppe Gjergja 5, Bruno Marcelić 8, Miljenko Valčić 12, Đuro Stipčević 1, Krešimir Ćosić 12; Mile Marcelić, Goran Brajković 6, Željko Troskot, Mile Marcelić.

14-02-1968 - Palalido

Simmenthal Olimpia Milano - Club Juventud de Badalona       90-59 (45-25)

Attendance: 4000

Fouled out: Gol 34’, Buscató 37’

Simmenthal Olimpia (coach: Cesare Rubini): Gianfranco Pieri 6, Giulio Iellini 10, Bob Wolf 16, Massimo Masini 28, Craig Raymond 24; Gianfranco Fantin 3, Sandro Riminucci 3. Ft 12/18.

Juventud (coach: Eduardo Kucharski): José Lluís 4, Nino Buscató 21, Guifredo Gol, Enrique Margall 19, Alfonso Martínez 8; Narciso Margall 4, José María Oleart 3. Ft 5/10.

15-02-1968

CSKA Sofija - KK Zadar       89-75 (38-46)

22-02-1968 - Pabellón Municipal de Deportes

Club Juventud de Badalona - Simmenthal Olimpia Milano       72-71 (40-40)

Attendance: 2000

Fouled out: -

Juventud (coach: Eduardo Kucharski): José Lluís 2, Nino Buscató 18, Guifredo Gol 5, Enrique Margall 10, Alfonso Martínez 25; Narciso Margall 2, José María Oleart, Miguel “Che” González 10.

Simmenthal Olimpia (coach: Cesare Rubini): Gianfranco Pieri, Giuseppe Brumatti 8, Bob Wolf 14, Massimo Masini 8, Craig Raymond 31; Gianfranco Fantin 2, Sandro Riminucci 8, Giandomenico Ongaro, Mauro Cerioni.

22-02-1968

KK Zadar - CSKA Sofija       79-64 (49-31)

29-02-1968

Simmenthal Olimpia Milano - KK Zadar       75-60 (34-30)

Fouled out: Stipčević 33’

Simmenthal Olimpia (coach: Cesare Rubini): Giulio Iellini 4, Giuseppe Brumatti 2, Gianfranco Pieri 1, Massimo Masini 23, Gianfranco Fantin, Sandro Riminucci 11, xx Rosi, Giandomenico Ongaro, Bob Wolf 22, Craig Raymond 12, Mauro Cerioni, Vittorio Ferracini. Ft 13/24.

KK Zadar (coach: Đorđo Zdrilić): Miljenko Valčić 6, Đuro Stipčević 4, Jure Košta, Milan Komazec, Bruno Marcelić 9, Mile Marcelić 6, Giuseppe Gjergja 12, Krešimir Ćosić 23, Ratko Laura, Petar Anić, Goran Brajković. Ft 6/8.

7-03-1968 - Pabellón Municipal de Deportes

Club Juventud de Badalona - CSKA Sofija       80-71 (36-36)

Attendance: 1500

Fouled out: Gol 27’, Maleev 29’

Juventud (coach: Eduardo Kucharski): José Lluís 6, Nino Buscató 19, Guifredo Gol 6, Miguel “Che” González 15, Alfonso Martínez 18; Enrique Margall 12, Narciso Margall 4, José María Oleart.

CSKA Sofija (coach: Kiril Semov): Georgi Maleev, Tsvjatko Barchovski 10, xx Benev 2, Temelaki Dimitrov 22, Atanas Golomeev 19; Dimităr Donev 14, Kliment Kamenarov 4.

14-03-1968

KK Zadar - Simmenthal Olimpia Milano       90-66 (40-35)

Attendance: 6000

KK Zadar (coach: Đorđo Zdrilić): Miljenko Valčić 18, Đuro Stipčević 14, Milan Komazec, Bruno Marcelić 11, Mile Marcelić 10, Giuseppe Gjergja 9, Krešimir Ćosić 22, Željko Troskot 6.

Simmenthal Olimpia (coach: Cesare Rubini): Giulio Iellini 13, Giuseppe Brumatti, Gianfranco Pieri 6, Massimo Masini 18, Gianfranco Fantin 2, Sandro Riminucci 4, Rossi, Giandomenico Ongaro, Bob Wolf 15, Craig Raymond 8, Mauro Cerioni.

14-03-1968 - Zala “Universiada”

CSKA Sofija - Club Juventud de Badalona       106-101 (51-48)

Attendance: 800

Fouled out: Maleev, Todorov, A. Martínez, E. Margall

CSKA Sofija (coach: Kiril Semov): Georgi Maleev 8, Tsvjatko Barchovski 5, xx Todorov 4, Temelaki Dimitrov 45, Atanas Golomeev 23; Kliment Kamenarov 19, Dimităr Donev 2.

Juventud (coach: Eduardo Kucharski): José Lluís 11, Nino Buscató 26, Guifredo Gol 12, Enrique Margall 16, Alfonso Martínez 26; Narciso Margall, Miguel “Che” González 2, José María Oleart 8.

 

Group B

  Team Pld Pts W L PF PA PD
1. Czechoslovakia Spartak ZJŠ Brno 3 6 3 0 539 482 +57
2. Spain Real Madrid 3 5 2 1 501 482 +19
3. Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 3 4 1 2 381 407 -26
4. Belgium Racing Bell Mechelen 3 3 0 3 350 400 -50

 

25-01-1968 - Pabellón de la Ciudad Deportiva

Real Madrid CF - TJ Spartak ZJŠ Brno       85-78 (38-46)

Attendance: 4500

Fouled out: Cvrkal 20’, Konvička 30’, Brabender 31’

Real Madrid CF (coach: Pedro Ferrándiz): Carlos Sevillano 16, Emiliano Rodríguez 14, Wayne Brabender 9, Miles Aiken 24, Clifford Luyk 18; Toncho Nava 4. Ft 19/28.

TJ Spartak ZJŠ (coach: Ivo Mrázek): Vladimír Pištělák 11, Zdeněk Bobrovský 6, František Konvička 20, Jan Bobrovský 19, Vlastimil Cvrkal 8; Petr Novický 10, Zdeněk Vlk 2, Jiří Kovařík 2. Ft 8/14.

25-01-1968

Maccabi SC Tel-Aviv - Racing Bell Mechelen       78-62 (39-28)

Attendance: 5500

Fouled out: Hillen, Dierickx, Van Kers

Maccabi SC (coach: Yehoshua Rozin): Tal Brody 30, Bob Podhurst 15, Amnon Avidan 4, Haim Starkman 13, Tani Cohen-Mintz 12, Abraham Hoffman 2, Gideon Freitag 2. Fg 31/90 ft 16/32.

Racing Bell (coach: Charles van Heester): Théo Hillen 4, Willy Steveniers 28, Lucien Michelet 2, Leon Clark 10, John Loridon 8, Kamiel Dierckx 10, Lucien van Kersschaever, Jean Jacobs. Fg 22/78 ft 18/25.

1-02-1968 - Stadión Leninova

TJ Spartak ZJŠ Brno - Real Madrid CF       113-97 (60-49)

Attendance: 1200

Fouled out: Aiken 28’, Paniagua 29’, Cvrkal 32’, Luyk 33’

TJ Spartak ZJŠ (coach: Ivo Mrázek): Vladimír Pištělák 38, Zdeněk Bobrovský 16, František Konvička 37, Jan Bobrovský 16, Vlastimil Cvrkal 4; Petr Novický 2.

Real Madrid CF (coach: Pedro Ferrándiz): Carlos Sevillano 24, Emiliano Rodríguez 21, Wayne Brabender 6, Miles Aiken 19, Clifford Luyk 21; Cristóbal Rodríguez, Vicente Paniagua 4, Lolo Sáinz 2, Toncho Nava.

1-02-1968 – Arena te Deurne

Racing Bell Mechelen - Maccabi SC Tel-Aviv       0-20

Suspended at 40’ when the score was 74-75

Attendance: 4000

Fouled out: Starkman, Cohen-Mintz, Freitag, Hillen, Michelet

Racing Bell (coach: Charles van Heester): Willy Steveniers 29, Lucien Michelet 10, Kamiel Dierckx 10, John Loridon 7, Leon Clark 7, Lucien van Kersschaever 4, Théo Hillen 2, Jean Jacobs. Fg 33/57 ft 8/18.

Maccabi SC (coach: Yehoshua Rozin): Tal Brody 27, Bob Podhurst 15, Gideon Freitag, Haim Starkman 11, Tani Cohen-Mintz 10, Amnon Avidan 6, Reuven Daniel 4, Abraham Hoffman 2, Shabi Ben Bassat. Fg 30/61 ft 15/24.

14-02-1968

TJ Spartak ZJŠ Brno - Racing Bell Mechelen       76-67 (41-31)

Fouled out: J. Bobrovský

TJ Spartak ZJŠ (coach: Ivo Mrázek): Zdeněk Bobrovský, František Konvička 22, Jan Bobrovský 20, Vlastimil Cvrkal 3, Vladimír Pištělák 22, Petr Novický 4, Zdeněk Vlk, Jiří Kovařík 4. Fg 28/67 Ft 20/26.

Racing Bell (coach: Charles van Heester): Oliver Hillen 4, Willy Steveniers 27, Lucien Michelet 6, John Loridon 7, Leon Clark 17, Lucien van Kersschaever 6, Jean Jacobs. Fg 29/74 Ft 9/16.

15-02-1968 - Pabellón de la Ciudad Deportiva

Real Madrid CF - Maccabi SC Tel-Aviv       64-54 (26-28)

Attendance: 4000

Fouled out: Leja 26’

Real Madrid CF (coach: Pedro Ferrándiz): Carlos Sevillano, Emiliano Rodríguez 21, Wayne Brabender 8, Miles Aiken 12, Clifford Luyk 19; Lolo Sáinz 4. Ft 16/28.

Maccabi SC (coach: Ralph Klein): Tal Brody 5, Bob Podhurst 7, Amnon Avidan 4, Haim Starkman 8, Tani Cohen-Mintz 14; Joseph Leja 12, Abraham Hoffman 4, Kelin Shapira. Ft 2/8.

20-02-1968 – Arena te Deurne

Racing Bell Mechelen - TJ Spartak ZJŠ Brno       80-79 (46-37)

Attendance: 4000

Fouled out: Konvička

Racing Bell (coach: Charles van Heester): Willy Steveniers 28, Lucien Michelet 11, John Loridon 5, Leon Clark 24, Lucien Van Kersschaever 10, Théo Hillen 2. Fg 34/80 Ft 10/12.

TJ Spartak ZJŠ (coach: Ivo Mrázek): František Konvička 30, Zdeněk Vlk 4, Jan Bobrovský 9, Vlastimil Cvrkal 13, Vladimír Pištělák 15, Zdeněk Bobrovský 8, Jiří Kovařík. Fg 34/67 Ft 11/14.

22-02-1968 - Yad Eliyahu

Maccabi SC Tel-Aviv - Real Madrid CF       96-88 (38-30; 75-75)

Attendance: 6000

Fouled out: Shapira, Avidan, Ben-Bassat, Aiken 37’, Sevillano 45’

Maccabi SC (coach: Ralph Klein): Tal Brody 26, Bob Podhurst 2, Amnon Avidan 8, Haim Starkman 8, Tani Cohen-Mintz 22; Kelin Shapira 4, Gideon Freitag 8, Miki Schwartz 2, Abraham Hoffman 14, Shabi Ben-Bassat 2.

Real Madrid CF (coach: Pedro Ferrándiz): Carlos Sevillano 10, Emiliano Rodríguez 14, Wayne Brabender 19, Miles Aiken 25, Clifford Luyk 19; Lolo Sáinz 1, Cristóbal Rodríguez.

7-03-1968

TJ Spartak ZJŠ Brno - Maccabi SC Tel-Aviv       105-76 (44-39)

Attendance: 1000

TJ Spartak ZJŠ (coach: Ivo Mrázek): František Konvička 30, Vladimír Pištělák 20, Zdeněk Bobrovský 19, Jan Bobrovský 18, Petr Novický 9, Vlastimil Cvrkal 9.

Maccabi SC (coach: Yehoshua Rozin): Tani Cohen-Mintz 24, Tal Brody 20, Haim Starkman 10, Abraham Hoffman 6, Gideon Freitag 6, Bob Podhurst 6, Kelin Shapira 2, Amnon Avidan 2.

7-03-1968 - Arena te Deurne Antwerp

Racing Bell Mechelen - Real Madrid CF       76-69 (32-38)

Attendance: 4500

Fouled out: -

Racing Bell (coach: Charles van Heester): Théo Hillen 16, Willy Steveniers 17, Lucien van Kersschaever 9, Lucien Michelet 8, Leon Clark 26; Jean Jacobs. Fg 33/66 ft 10/14.

Real Madrid CF (coach: Pedro Ferrándiz): Lolo Sáinz 8, Emiliano Rodríguez 8, Wayne Brabender 16, Miles Aiken 22, Clifford Luyk 15. Fg 30/83 ft 9/12.

13-03-1968

Maccabi SC Tel-Aviv - TJ Spartak ZJŠ Brno       77-88 (35-38)

Maccabi SC (coach: Yehoshua Rozin): Haim Starkman 19, Tal Brody 16, Bob Podhurst 16, xx Cohen-Mintz 12, Amnon Avidan 6, Abraham Hoffman 6, Kelin Shapira 2.

TJ Spartak ZJŠ (coach: Ivo Mrázek): Jan Bobrovský 25, Vladimír Pištělák 18, František Konvička 18, Petr Novický 15, Vlastimil Cvrkal 8, Zdeněk Bobrovský 4.

14-03-1968 - Pabellón de la Ciudad Deportiva

Real Madrid CF - Racing Bell Mechelen       98-65 (47-21)

Attendance: 4000

Fouled out: Hillen 13’, Sáinz 31’, Michelet 36’, Brabender 37’

Real Madrid CF (coach: Pedro Ferrándiz): Lolo Sáinz 8, Toncho Nava 14, Wayne Brabender 26, Miles Aiken 12, Clifford Luyk 22; José Ramón Ramos 6, Vicente Paniagua 10, Cristóbal Rodríguez.

Racing Bell (coach: Eddy Verswijvel): Théo Hillen 3, Willy Steveniers 22, Lucien van Kersschaever 20, Lucien Michelet 4, Leon Clark 10; Jean-Paul van der Meynsbrugge 6, xx Steemans.

 

Semifinals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Real Madrid Spain 144–127 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zadar 76–62 68–65
Simmenthal Milano Italy 150–166 Czechoslovakia Spartak ZJŠ Brno 64–63 86–103

27-03-1968

Simmenthal Olimpia Milano - TJ Spartak ZJŠ Brno       64-63 (19-33)

Fouled out: Pištělák 36’, Pieri 36’

Simmenthal Olimpia (coach: Cesare Rubini): Giulio Iellini 7, Sandro Riminucci 3, Bob Wolf 27, Craig Raymond 16, Massimo Masini 3; Giuseppe Brumatti 2, Gianfranco Pieri 4, Giandomenico Ongaro 2, Gianfranco Fantin, xx Rosi. Ft 6/12.

TJ Spartak ZJŠ (coach: Ivo Mrázek): Vladimír Pištělák 10, Zdeněk Bobrovský 4, František Konvička 20, Jan Bobrovský 17, Petr Novický 12; Zdeněk Vlk, Jiří Kovařík, L. Bobrovský, Tomáš Jambor, xx Ballon-Mierný. Ft 21/28.

28-03-1968 - Pabellón de la Ciudad Deportiva

Real Madrid CF - KK Zadar       76-62 (41-24)

Attendance: 5000

Fouled out: -

Real Madrid CF (coach: Pedro Ferrándiz): Lolo Sáinz 3, Emiliano Rodríguez 17, Wayne Brabender 16, Miles Aiken 21, Clifford Luyk 19.

KK Zadar (coach: Đorđo Zdrilić): Giuseppe Gjergja 12, Miljenko Valčić 12, Mile Marcelić 4, Đuro Stipčević 12, Krešimir Ćosić 8; Bruno Marcelić 4, Željko Troskot 2, Goran Brajković 8.

4-04-1968

TJ Spartak ZJŠ Brno - Simmenthal Olimpia Milano       103-86 (49-37)

TJ Spartak ZJŠ (coach: Ivo Mrázek): Jan Bobrovský 27, František Konvička 26, Vladimír Pištělák 26, Petr Novický 12, Zdeněk Bobrovský 8, Vlastimil Cvrkal 4, Jiří Kovařík, Tomáš Jambor, Zdeněk Vlk, xx Ballon-Mierný.

Simmenthal Olimpia (coach: Cesare Rubini): Massimo Masini 17, Craig Raymond 14, Giulio Iellini 12, Bob Wolf 9, Gianfranco Fantin 6, Gianfranco Pieri, Sandro Riminucci 14, Mauro Cerioni 8, Giandomenico Ongaro 6, xx Rosi.

4-04-1968 - Dvorana “Jazine”

KK Zadar - Real Madrid CF       65-68 (16-30)

Attendance: 6000

Fouled out: Sáinz 29’, Stipčević 31’, Luyk 37’, Jelić 38’, Aiken 39’

KK Zadar (coach: Đorđo Zdrilić): Giuseppe Gjergja 9, Bruno Marcelić 14, Miljenko Valčić 2, Đuro Stipčević 3, Krešimir Ćosić 22; Željko Troskot 2, Petar Jelić 9, Mile Marcelić 4, Goran Brajković, Jurica Košta, Milan Komazec dnp, Petar Anić dnp. Ft 21/30.

Real Madrid CF (coach: Pedro Ferrándiz): Lolo Sáinz 4, Emiliano Rodríguez 9, Wayne Brabender 24, Miles Aiken 13, Clifford Luyk 18; Cristóbal Rodríguez, Vicente Paniagua, Toncho Nava, Ramón Guardiola dnp, José Ramón Ramos dnp. Ft 14/20.

Final

April 11, Palais des Sports de Gerland, Lyon

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Real Madrid Spain 98–95 Czechoslovakia Spartak ZJŠ Brno
 
 
 
 

 

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