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Champions League F6, Budapest (HUN) 25-27 May

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The Champions League Final Six tournament, will be held on 25-27 May in Budapest (HUN), in the brand new Danube Arena (also site of the World Championships). The tournament will be Live streamed by LEN TV.

Teams: Szolnoki VSK (HUN), Pro Recco (ITA), Olympiacos (GRE), Jug Dubrovnik (CRO), ZF Eger (HUN), AN Brescia (ITA)

 

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Winners

2015 / 2016: VK Jug Dubrovnik (CRO)
2014 / 2015: Pro Recco (ITA)
2013 / 2014: Club Natació Atlètic-Barceloneta (ESP)
2012 / 2013: VK Crvena Zvezda (SRB)
2011 / 2012: ASD Pro Recco (ITA)
2010 / 2011: VK Partizan (SRB)
2009 / 2010: ASD Pro Recco (ITA)
2008 / 2009: VK Primorac Kotor (MNE)
2007 / 2008: ASD Pro Recco (ITA)
2006 / 2007: ASD Pro Recco (ITA)
2005 / 2006: VK Jug Dubrovnik (CRO)
2004 / 2005: CN Posillipo Naples (ITA)
2003 / 2004: Domino BHSE Budapest(HUN)
2002 / 2003: ASD Pro Recco (ITA)
2001 / 2002: Olympiacos Pireaus CFP (GRE)
2000 / 2001: VK Jug Dubrovnik (CRO)
1999 / 2000: VK Becej Nis Naftagas (SRB)
1998 / 1999: Splitska Banka Split (CRO)
1997 / 1998: CN Posillipo Naples (ITA)
1996 / 1997: CN Posillipo Naples (ITA)
1995 / 1996: HAVK Mladost (CRO)
1994 / 1995: CN Catalunya (ESP)
1993 / 1994: Újpesti TE (HUN)
1992 / 1993: Jadran Koteks Split (CRO)
1991 / 1992: Jadran Koteks Split (CRO)
1990 / 1991: HAVK Mladost (YUG)
1989 / 1990: HAVK Mladost(YUG)
1988 / 1989: Spandau Berlin (GDR)
1987 / 1988: Sisley Pescara (ITA)
1986 / 1987: Spandau Berlin (GDR)
1985 / 1986: Spandau Berlin (GDR)
1984 / 1985: Vasas SC (HUN)
1983 / 1984: ASD Pro Recco (ITA)
1982 / 1983: Spandau Berlin(GDR)
1981 / 1982: CN Barcelona (ESP)
1980 / 1981: VK Jug Dubrovnik (YUG)
1979 / 1980: Vasas SC (HUN)
1978 / 1979: OSC Budapest (HUN)
1977 / 1978: Circolo Canottieri Naples (ITA)
1976 / 1977: CSK VMF Moscow (URSS)
1975 / 1976: Partizan Belgrade (YUG)
1974 / 1975: Partizan Belgrade (YUG)
1976 / 1974: MUG Moscow (URSS)
1972 / 1973: OSC Budapest(HUN)
1971 / 1972: Mladost Zagreb (YUG)
1970 / 1971: Partizan Belgrade (YUG)
1969 / 1970: Mladost Zagreb (YUG)
1968 / 1969: Mladost Zagreb (YUG)
1967 / 1968: Mladost Zagreb (YUG)
1966 / 1967: Partizan Belgrade (YUG)
1965 / 1966: Partizan Belgrade (YUG)
1964 / 1965: Recco (ITA)
1963 / 1964: Partizan Belgrade (YUG)

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