Estonian Basketball Cup

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Estonian Cup
Estonian Basketball Cup trophy.jpg
Sport Basketball
Founded1946
CEO Jaak Salumets
CountryFlag of Estonia.svg  Estonia
Continent Flag of Europe.svg Europe
Most recent
champion(s)
Kalev/Cramo
(7th title)
Most titles Tartu Ülikool
(16 titles)
TV partner(s) Delfi TV
Related
competitions
Estonian League
Official website basket.ee

The Estonian Cup (Estonian : Eesti karikas), also known as the Paf SuperCup for sponsorship reasons, is an annual cup competition for Estonian basketball teams. It is organized by the Estonian Basketball Association.

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Until the 2000–01 season, the cup tournament was held in the end of the season in spring. In 2001, the tournament was moved to the first half of the season, and two Estonian Basketball Cup tournaments were held within the same calendar year.

Winners

Finals

SeasonDateWinnersScoreRunners-upVenueLocationMVP
2001–0215 December 2001 Kalev 94–78 Tartu Ülikool/Rock Haapsalu Gymnasium Haapsalu N/A
2002–0321 December 2002 Tartu Ülikool/Rock 92–76 Pirita Keila Tervisekeskus Keila N/A
2003–0428 September 2003 TTÜ/A. Le Coq 88–68 Kalev Pärnu Rabahall Pärnu N/A
2004–0517 October 2004 Tartu Ülikool/Rock 89–85 Kalev Viljandi Sports Hall Viljandi N/A
2005–062 October 2005 Kalev/Cramo 70–64 Tartu Ülikool/Rock Kuressaare Sports Hall Kuressaare N/A
2006–0724 September 2006 Kalev/Cramo 97–92 Tartu Ülikool/Rock A. Le Coq Sport Tartu N/A
2007–0830 September 2007 Kalev/Cramo 71–62 Tartu Ülikool/Rock Rakvere Sports Hall Rakvere N/A
2008–0910 October 2008 Kalev/Cramo 90–61 TTÜ A. Le Coq Sport Tartu N/A
2009–1011 October 2009 Tartu Ülikool/Rock 67–55 Kalev/Cramo Saku Suurhall Tallinn N/A
2010–1130 December 2010 Tartu Ülikool/Rock 81–51 Rakvere Tarvas Rakvere Sports Hall Rakvere N/A
2011–1230 December 2011 Tartu Ülikool 87–81 Kalev/Cramo Pärnu Sports Hall Pärnu Flag of Estonia.svg Vallo Allingu
2012–1322 December 2012 Rakvere Tarvas 81–64 TYCO Rapla A. Le Coq Sport Tartu Flag of Latvia.svg Māris Ļaksa
2013–1422 December 2013 Tartu Ülikool/Rock 71–69 Kalev/Cramo University of Tartu Sports Hall Tartu Flag of Lithuania.svg Augustas Pečiukevičius
2014–1521 December 2014 Tartu Ülikool/Rock 84–66 Rakvere Tarvas Rakvere Sports Hall Rakvere Flag of Estonia.svg Janar Talts
2015–1620 December 2015 Kalev/Cramo 73–55 Tartu Ülikool/Rock Kuressaare Sports Hall Kuressaare Flag of Estonia.svg Rain Veideman
2016–1718 December 2016 Kalev/Cramo 71–66 Tartu Ülikool Pärnu Sports Hall Pärnu Flag of the United States.svg Demonte Harper
2020–2120 December 2020 Kalev/Cramo 95–56 Rakvere Tarvas Rakvere Sports Hall Rakvere Flag of Estonia.svg Kregor Hermet

Titles by team

TeamWinnersWinning years
Tartu Ülikool
16
1950, 1952, 1956, 1958, 1974, 1976, 1979, 2000, 2001 (2000–2001), 2002, 2004, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014
Kalev
9
1946, 1948, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1992, 1993, 1996, 2001 (2001–2002)
TPI
7
1960, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1966, 1967, 1970
Kalev/Cramo
7
2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2015, 2016, 2020
EPA
4
1957, 1959, 1963, 1965
Standard
2
1980, 1981
Harju KEK
2
1988, 1989
Keskrajoon
1
1971
EKE Projekt
1
1973
Metallist
1
1982
Nybit
1
1998
Tallinn
1
1999
TTÜ/A. Le Coq
1
2003
Rakvere Tarvas
1
2012

Winning rosters

1998–99 Tallinn

Vjatšeslav Botškarjov, Arko Kask, Erki Kivinukk, Aivar Kuusmaa, Mait Käbin, Olev-Illimar Luiga, Margus Metstak, Indrek Rumma, Indrek Ruut, Kauri Sild, Meelis Songe, Raoul Suurorg, Tair Tenno, Rivo Turro, Reemo Veski (Coach: Üllar Kerde)

1999–00 Tartu Ülikool-Delta

Marek Doronin, Tanel Kaljula, Toomas Kandimaa, Tarmo Kikerpill, Aigar Kristovald, Marti Lasn, Jaanus Liivak, Toomas Liivak, Vallo Reinkort, Andrus Renter, Tanel Tein, Veljo Vares, Indrek Visnapuu (Coach: Teet Laur)

2000–01 Tartu Ülikool-Delta

Marek Doronin, Toomas Kandimaa, Tarmo Kikerpill, Aigar Kristovald, Jaanus Liivak, Toomas Liivak, Kuldar Lossmann, Rolandas Mačiulaitis, Ardi Niinepuu, Asko Paade, Rain Peerandi, Heiko Rannula, Vallo Reinkort, Tanel Tein, Veljo Vares, Antti Vasar (Coach: Jüri Neissaar)

2001–02 Kalev

Erik Dorbek, Priit Ilver, Tarmo Juhanson, Tanel Kaljula, Kristjan Kangur, Andres Kilk, Valmo Kriisa, Andrey Laletin, Kristjan Makke, Rauno Pehka, Indrek Rumma, Dan Shanks, Seth Sundberg, Alar Varrak (Coach: Üllar Kerde)

2002–03 Tartu Ülikool/Rock

Vallo Allingu, Marek Doronin, Toomas Kandimaa, Tarmo Kikerpill, Silver Leppik, Toomas Liivak, Asko Paade, Heiko Rannula, Vallo Reinkort, Andrus Renter, Tanel Tein, Antti Vasar, Martin Viiask (Coach: Jüri Neissaar)

2003–04 TTÜ/A. Le Coq

Mindaugas Budzinauskas, Larry Daniels, Gert Dorbek, Kert Kesküla, Karmo Allikas, Petri Virtanen, Andre Pärn, Aivar Kuusmaa, Krzysztof Wilangowski, Ivo Uibukant, Leho Kraav, Rauno Pehka (Coach: Heino Enden)

2004–05 Tartu Ülikool/Rock

Heiko Rannula, Rain Peerandi, Martin Viiask, Kristo Aab, Silver Leppik, Tarmo Kikerpill, Vallo Allingu, Marek Doronin, Asko Paade, Antti Vasar, Augenijus Vaškys, Marko Raamat (Coach: Tõnu Lust)

2005–06 Kalev/Cramo

Turner Battle, Erik Dorbek, Gert Dorbek, Karl-Peeter Dorbek, Víctor González, Tanel Kaljula, Rait Keerles, Sten Möldre, Heiko Niidas, Andre Pärn, Kristo Saage, Reimo Tamm, Veljo Vares, Ardo Ärmpalu (Coach: Aivar Kuusmaa)

2006–07 Kalev/Cramo

James Allen, Gregor Arbet, Erik Dorbek, Tanel Kaljula, Kristjan Kangur, Rait Keerles, Valmo Kriisa, Heiko Niidas, Travis Reed, Tanel Sokk (Coach: Veselin Matić)

2007–08 Kalev/Cramo

Marlon Parmer, Tanel Sokk, Martin Viiask, Valmo Kriisa, Bojan Pelkić, Vladimir Vuksanović, Travis Reed, Rait Keerles, Gregor Arbet, Kristjan Kangur, Kristo Saage (Coach: Veselin Matić)

2008–09 Kalev/Cramo

Gregor Arbet, Nate Fox, Indrek Kajupank, Kristjan Kangur, Rait Keerles, Valmo Kriisa, Tanel Kurbas, John Linehan, Martin Müürsepp, Josh Pace, Rain Raadik, Tanel Sokk, Viljar Veski (Coach: Nenad Vučinić)

2009–10 Tartu Ülikool/Rock

Sten Sokk, Todd Abernethy, Vallo Allingu, Janar Talts, Silver Leppik, Martin Viiask, Timo Eichfuss, Asko Paade, Sven Kaldre, Scott Morrison, Kristjan Kitsing (Coach: Indrek Visnapuu)

2010–11 Tartu Ülikool/Rock

Vallo Allingu, Marek Doronin, Timo Eichfuss, Kristjan Evart, Callistus Eziukwu, Joonas Järveläinen, Tanel Kurbas, Silver Leppik, Asko Paade, Rain Raadik, Sten Sokk, Janar Talts, Giorgi Tsintsadze, Rain Veideman (Coach: Indrek Visnapuu)

2011–12 Tartu Ülikool

Vallo Allingu, Marek Doronin, Timo Eichfuss, Taavi Leok, Tanel Kurbas, Silver Leppik, Asko Paade, Bill Amis, Sten Sokk, Kristo Saage, Rain Veideman, Kristjan Evart, Rain Raadik (Coach: Indrek Visnapuu)

2012–13 Rakvere Tarvas

Mihkel Schleicher, Brandis Raley-Ross, Renato Lindmets, Māris Ļaksa, Kaido Saks, Reimo Tamm, Raimond Tribuntsov, Andri Metsaru, Oliver Metsalu, Juris Umbraško, Kevin Täpp (Coach: Andres Sõber)

2013–14 Tartu Ülikool/Rock

Kent-Kaarel Vene, Gert Dorbek, Valmo Kriisa, Janar Talts, Timo Eichfuss, Saimon Sutt, Marek Doronin, Augustas Pečiukevičius, Kristen Meister, Vilmantas Dilys, Joosep Toome, Tanel Kurbas, Vincent Simpson (Coach: Gert Kullamäe)

2014–15 Tartu Ülikool/Rock

Tanel Sokk, Kent-Kaarel Vene, Gert Dorbek, Valmo Kriisa, Janar Talts, Timo Eichfuss, Saimon Sutt, Marek Doronin, Augustas Pečiukevičius, Kristen Meister, Karolis Petrukonis, Joosep Toome, Tanel Kurbas (Coach: Gert Kullamäe)

2015–16 Kalev/Cramo

Gregor Arbet, Josh Boone, Martin Dorbek, Rolands Freimanis, Silver Jurno, Erik Keedus, Sten Olmre, Brandis Raley-Ross, Sten Sokk, Janar Soo, Rain Veideman (Coach: Alar Varrak)

2016–17 Kalev/Cramo

Gregor Arbet, Martin Dorbek, Aleksandr Gavrilov, Mickell Gladness, Demonte Harper, Silver Jurno, Erik Keedus, Vitali Liutych, Cedric Simmons, Sten Sokk, Matthias Tass, Mark Tollefsen, Rain Veideman (Coach: Alar Varrak)

2020–21 Kalev/Cramo

Devin Thomas, Marcus Keene, Sten Sokk, Tanel Kurbas, Maurice Kemp, Kregor Hermet, Jānis Kaufmanis, Rauno Nurger, Janari Jõesaar, Martin Dorbek, Indrek Sunelik (Coach: Roberts Štelmahers)

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