ETTU Cup


Europe
Founded in 1964
ETTU CUP NEWS


The ETTU Cup, known as ETTU Europe Cup has been played since the 1964 and it historically has brought together many of the strongest European table tennis clubs.

MOST TITLES

BVSC – 5 Borussia Düsseldorf – 4 Budapesti Spartacus SC – 4 TTC Julich – 3 SV Plüderhausen – 3 GV Hennebont – 2 ATSV Saarbrücken – 2 GSTK Vjesnik Zagreb – 2 Levallois SC TT – 2 TTF Liebherr Ochsenhausen – 2 Spartak Subotica – 2 Montpellier TT- 2 VfB Lübeck – 2 SSV Heinzelmann Reutlingen – 1 TTC Frickenhausen – 1 Vaillante Angers – 1 Falkenbergs BTK – 1 Trinité Sports TT – 1 Sportbund Stuttgart – 1 Slavia Prague – 1 Sparta Prague – 1 1. FC Saarbrücken – 1 TTG RS Hoengen-Alsdorf – 1 SG Weinviertel Niederösterreich – 1 Eslöv’s AI – 1 Stadion Prague – 1 TT Sant-Elpidio – 1 VZKG Ostrava – 1 UMMC Ekaterinburg – 1 Chartres ASTT – 1 Gazprom Fakel Orenburg – 1 AS Pontoise-Cergy TT – 1

SEASONS

2022/23
GV Hennebont Kristian Karlsson Chuang Chih-Yuan Ioannis Sgoroupolous Anders Lind
KS Dekorglass Działdowo Jakub Dyjas Jonathan Groth Kaii Konishi
Bogoria Grodzisk Mazowiecki – Panagiotis Gionis Milosz Redzimski Marek Badowski
AS Pontoise-Cergy TT Emmanuel Lebesson Esteban Dorr Tristan Flore Thomas Laroche Rafel Cabrera

2021/22
USD Apuania Carrara Tennistavolo Andrej Gacina Lubomir Pištej Mihai Bobocica Leonardo Mutti
TTC Wiener Neustadt Frane Kojic Felix Wetzel Tomaš Konečny
Bogoria Grodzisk Mazowiecki – Panagiotis Gionis Pavel Širuček Marek Badowski Milosz Redzimski
Borges Vall Viktor Brodd Marc Duran Joan Masip Alberto Lillo

2020/21
AS Pontoise-Cergy TT Patrick Baum Adrien Mattenet Quentin Robinot
SPG Walter Wels Andreas Levenko Adam Szudi Frane Kojic
Post SV Mühlhausen Steffen Mengel  Daniel Habesohn Ovidiu Ionescu Lubomir Jančarik
Top Spin Messina João Monteiro Andrea Landrieu Marco Rech Daldosso Jordy Piccolin