2011–12 Eurocup Basketball

The 2011/12 season was the 10th season of the discharged from the ULEB Euro Cup.

The title was won BK Khimki of Russia.

  • 5.1 Group I
  • 5.2 Group J
  • 5.3 Group K
  • 5.4 Group L
  • 7.1 All- Eurocup First Team 2011/12
  • 7.2 Coach of the Year


The competition began with the qualifying matches on 27 September 2011 and ended with the final of the Final Four on April 15, 2012. The tournament consisted of one qualifying round, followed by eight groups of four teams each. The group winners and runners- continued to play in the second group stage with four groups of four teams, with the top two in each group qualified for the quarter-finals, which was carried out in return game. The winner of the tournament was determined in a Final Four tournament.

Qualifying round

Participants in the main round

1: Previous year placement in the national leagues 2: Teams of the Leagues from Latvia and Lithuania have also participated in the Baltic Basketball League 3: Qualified by the placement in the Adriatic Basketball Association 4: Asowmasch Mariupol also takes part in the VTB United League

First group stage

Group A

Group B

Group C

Group D

Group E

Group F

Group G

Group H

Second group stage

Group I

Group J

Group K

Group L

Final round

The quarter-finals took place on 20 and 27 March 2012 the Final Four Tournament on April 14 and 15 in Khimki instead. The play-off pairings at a glance:


At the Final Four weekend in Khimki following players last season were particularly distinguished:

All- Eurocup First Team 2011/12

  • Renaldas Seibutis ( Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius)
  • Zoran Planinic (BK Khimki ) - Final Four MVP
  • Nik Caner - Medley ( Valencia Basket Club )
  • Jonas Valančiūnas ( Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius) - Rising Star Trophy

Coach of the Year

  • Jurij Zdovc (Spartak Saint Petersburg )