See the gold-winners from UEFS Cup and Champions League

Here are the golden teams of UEFS clubs:   UEFS Champions League, gold-winners: 2013: VRZ Gomel (Belarus) 2012: VRZ Gomel (Belarus) 2011: Spartak Moscow (Russia) 2010: Jaroslav Podvodnik (Russia) 2009: […]

Here are the golden teams of UEFS clubs:

 

UEFS Champions League, gold-winners:

2013: VRZ Gomel (Belarus)
2012: VRZ Gomel (Belarus)
2011: Spartak Moscow (Russia)
2010: Jaroslav Podvodnik (Russia)
2009: Dinamo Moscow (Russia
2008: Dinamo Moscow (Russia)
2007: Dinamo Moscow (Russia)
2006 Koncentrat Nerjungri (Russia)
2005 Almaz Mirnyi (Russia)
2004 Almaz Mirnyi (Russia)
2003: Dinamo Moscow (Russia)
2002 Spartak Moscow (Russia)
2001 Vorto-Spartak (Russia)
2000 No activity
1999: Almaz Mirnyi (Russia)
1998 GD Maio (Portugal)
1997 FJ. Lasa Antunes (Portugal)
1996 PD Senica (Slovakia)
1995 Puerto Santa Maria (Spain)
1994 Correio de Manha (Portugal)
1993 Correio de Manha (Portugal)
1992 FS Jaen (Portugal)
1991 FS Jaen (Portugal)

 

UEFS Cup of Europe, gold-winners:

1995: Poligran Moscow (Russia)
1997: Fieste-Atlant (Russia)
1998: Koncentrat (Russia)
2000: Poligran Moscow (Russia)
2001: Universitet Vitebsk (Belarus)
2003: POLIGRAN-VNUKOVO (Russia)
2004: Impuls Yakutsk (Russia)
2005: Dinamo Moscow (Russia)
2005: Koncentrat Nerjungri (Russia)
2006: Merkury Brest (Belarus)
2007: Almaz Mirnyj (Russia)
2008: Almaz Alrosa Mirnyj (Russia)
2009: Niznaja Volga Saratov (Russia)
2010: Chemcomex Praga (Czech Republic)
2011: Taganskij Rjad Jekaterinburg (Russia)
2012: Dynamo Moscow (Russia)
2013: Volga Saratov (Russia