European Speedway Club Champions' Cup

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The European Speedway Club Champions' Cup is an annual speedway event held in different clubs organized by the European Motorcycle Union (UEM) since 1998. [1]

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Previous winners

YearVenueWinnersRunner-up3rd place
1998 Flag of Poland.svg Bydgoszcz Flag of Poland.svg Polonia Bydgoszcz Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Olymp Prague Flag of Russia.svg Lukoil Oktriabskij
1999 Flag of Germany.svg Diedenbergen Flag of Poland.svg Polonia Bydgoszcz Flag of Germany.svg MSC Diedenbergen Flag of Russia.svg Mega-Lada Togliatti
2000 Flag of Poland.svg Piła Flag of Poland.svg Polonia Piła Flag of Russia.svg Lukoil Oktriabskij Flag of Germany.svg AC Landshut
2001 Flag of Latvia.svg Daugavpils Flag of Poland.svg Polonia Bydgoszcz Flag of Russia.svg Lukoil Oktriabskij Flag of Latvia.svg Lokomotiv Daugavpils
2002 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Pardubice Flag of Russia.svg Mega-Lada Togliatti Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Zlata Prilba Pardubice Flag of Poland.svg Apator Toruń
2003 Flag of Hungary.svg Debrecen Flag of Russia.svg Mega-Lada Togliatti Flag of Hungary.svg Hajdu Volan Debrecen Flag of Slovenia.svg AMTK Ljubljana
2004 Flag of Slovenia.svg Ljubljana Flag of Poland.svg Włókniarz Częstochowa Flag of Russia.svg Mega-Lada Togliatti Flag of Slovenia.svg AMTK Ljubljana
2005 Flag of Russia.svg Tolyatti Flag of Russia.svg Mega-Lada Togliatti Flag of Latvia.svg Speedway Centre Daugavpils Flag of Russia.svg Russian Reserve Team
2006 Flag of Poland.svg Tarnów Flag of Poland.svg Unia Tarnów Flag of Russia.svg Mega-Lada Togliatti Flag of Hungary.svg Simon&Wolf Debrecen
2007 Flag of Hungary.svg Miskolc Flag of Hungary.svg Speedway Miskolc Flag of Poland.svg Atlas Wrocław Flag of Russia.svg Mega-Lada Togliatti
2008 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Slaný Flag of Russia.svg Mega-Lada Togliatti Flag of Hungary.svg Simon&Wolf Debrecen Flag of the Czech Republic.svg AK Slaný
2009 Flag of Poland.svg Toruń Flag of Ukraine.svg Kaskad Rivne Flag of Poland.svg Unibax Toruń Flag of Russia.svg Vostok Vladivostok
2010 Flag of Hungary.svg Miskolc Flag of Russia.svg SK Turbina Balakovo Flag of Hungary.svg Speedway Miskolc Flag of Poland.svg Falubaz Zielona Góra
YearVenueWinnersRunner-up3rd place

Medals classification

PosCountryTotal Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg
1. Flag of Poland.svg Poland 10622
2. Flag of Russia.svg Russia 14545
3. Flag of Hungary.svg Hungary 5131
4. Flag of Ukraine.svg Ukraine 11
5. Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czech Republic 321
6. Flag of Latvia.svg Latvia 211
Flag of Germany.svg Germany 211
8. Flag of Slovenia.svg Slovenia 22

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