23 September, 2020
28 April, 2021

History

Dinamo Sassari defeated s.Oliver Wurzburg in the tightly contested Finals of the 2018-19 campaign to complete an Italian back-to-back in the FIBA Europe Cup, with Umana Reyer Venezia claiming the title a year previously. 

The Sardinian club finished the victorious run by going undefeated in the last 12 games of the season under the guidance of coach Gianmarco Pozzecco. The began the Finals with an 89-84 win at home in Sassari and defeated Wurzburg 81-79 in Germany to seal the title.


The following players were on roster of Dinamo: Marco Spissu, Marco Antonio Re, Jaime Smith, Tyrus McGee, Justin Carter, Giacomo Devecchi, Daniele Magro, Dyshawn Pierre, Stefano Gentile, Rashawn Thomas, Achille Polonara, Jack Cooley, Scott Bamforth, Ousmane Diop and Christian Martis.

The list of former FIBA Europe Cup winners also includes French side Nanterre 92 and Fraport Skyliners from Germany, who triumphed in the inaugural edition of the competition.

YEAR CHAMPIONS RUNNERS-UP RESULTS
2019 Dinamo Sassari (ITA) s.Oliver Wurzburg (GER) 170-163 (89-84; 81-79)
2018 Umana Reyer Venezia (ITA) Sidigas Scandone Avellino (ITA) 158-148 (77-69; 81-79)
2017 Nanterre 92 (FRA) Elan Chalon (FRA) 140-137 (58-58; 82-79)
2016 Fraport Skyliners (GER) Openjobmetis Varese (ITA) 66-62