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The European Club Cup of Champions, often known as the European Cup or ECCC, was a table tennis competition for European club teams. It was organized by the European Table Tennis Union (ETTU) annually for men’s and women’s teams. It was first held in session 1960/61 for the men’s competition, and the women’s competition three years later. However, the competition was replaced by the present European Champions League for the men’s and women’s competition in session 2001/02 and 2005/06 respectively.

The competition was contested by the current national champion team of ETTU member associations of each season. In the 1960/61 season, the first competition for men was held and three years later there was also the women’s competition. Since 1994/95, the “best of three” format was replaced, rather the new format that if a team won both the home and away match then it won the game. If each team won for a match, then a decision game would be played.

In the session 1998/99, a new competition of different format, named “European Champions League”, was held for the men’s competition. The success of the Champions League called for the discontinuation of the Men’s European Cup in 2001/02, after three years’ co-existence, and ultimately replaced the women’s competition as well in session 2005/06.

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