FİBA Asia Champions Cup

The FIBA Asia Champions Cup, previously known as the Asian Basketball Confederation (ABC) Champions Cup until 2002, is the Asian club championship for professional basketball. It is organised by FIBA Asia, and takes place once a year (since 1995).

FIBA has in the past announced plans to expand the FIBA Intercontinental Cup to possibly include the champion teams from the FIBA Asia Champions Cup, FIBA Africa League, NBL from Australia, and possibly the NBA, at some point in the future.

  Winners  
Sagesse3
Al-Rayyan2
Al-Riyadi Beirut2
Mahram Tehran2
Saba Battery Tehran2
Liaoning Hunters1
Al-Ittihad1
Zain1
Al-Wahda1
Kia Motors1
Bayi Rockets1
Regal1
Xinjiang Flying Tigers1
Petrochimi Bandar Imam1
Northern Cement1
Swift-PABL1
Andok's1
Hapee Toothpaste1
Beijing Hanwei1
Foolad Mahan Isfahan1
Alvark Tokyo1
YearHostsChampionsScoreRunners-up
1981  Hong Kong  Bayi RocketsNo playoffs  Nippon Kokan
1984  Ipoh  Northern Cement82–56  Bayi Rockets
1988  Jakarta  Swift-PABL84–69  Liaoning Hunters
1990  Jakarta  Liaoning HuntersNo playoffs  Bank of Korea
1992  Bangkok  Kia MotorsNo playoffs  Liaoning Hunters
1995  Kuala Lumpur  Andok's101–82  Petronas
1996  Manila  Hapee Toothpaste77–74  Isuzu Lynx
1997  Jakarta  Regal64–59  Kia Motors
1998  Kuala Lumpur  Beijing Hanwei71–70  Regal
1999  Beirut  Sagesse84–71  Liaoning Hunters
2000  Beirut  Sagesse55–52  Al-Ittihad
2001  Dubai  Al-Ittihad103–101 (OT)  Al-Rayyan
2002  Kuala Lumpur  Al-Rayyan92–78  Al-Ittihad
2003  Kuala Lumpur  Al-Wahda96–63  Al-Rayyan
2004  Sharjah  Sagesse72–70  Al-Wahda
2005Quezon CityAl-Rayyan83–76Fastlink
2006Kuwait CityFastlink94–69Al-Jalaa Aleppo
2007TehranSaba Battery Tehran83–75Al-Jalaa Aleppo
2008Kuwait CitySaba Battery Tehran82–75Al-Rayyan
2009JakartaMahram Tehran78–68Zain
2010DohaMahram Tehran93–73Al-Rayyan
2011PasigAl-Riyadi Beirut91–82Mahram Tehran
2012BeirutNo title awardedNot heldMahram Tehran
2013AmmanFoolad Mahan Isfahan84–74Al-Rayyan
2016ChenzhouChina Kashgar96–88Al-Riyadi Beirut
2017ChenzhouAl-Riyadi Beirut88–59China Kashgar
2018NonthaburiPetrochimi Bandar Imam68–64Alvark Tokyo
2019BangkokAlvark Tokyo98-74
Alex Kirk (Alvark Tokyo)
Al Riyadi Beirut