NAO Chess Club is the Champion of the Europe. The French team won in the final round the Beer-Sheva Chess Club from Israel 4-2

Round 7, 04.10.2003

Men
NAO Chess Club - Beer-Sheva Chess Club 4-2
Polonia Plus GSM Warsaw - Ladya-Kazan-1000 4-2
Kiseljak - Chess Club Alkaloid Skopje 3-2
Vesnianka Minsk - Norilsky Nikel 1-5
Tbilisi - Bosna Sarajevo 3-2
Tomsk-400-Yukos - Werder Bremen 3-3
ASA Shlomo Har-Zvi T.Aviv - St. Petersburg Lentransgaz -5

Women
Internet CG Podgorica - BAS Beograd 2-1
NTN Tbilisi - St. Petersburg Lentransgaz 2-1
Ladya-Kazan-1000 - Hellir Chess Club Reykjavik 3-  

Final Standings:
MEN
- 1. NAO Chess Club FRA 13 30 180, 2. Polonia Plus GSM Warszawa POL 12 29 169, 3. Kiseljak BIH 12 29 152, 4. Norilsk Nikel RUS 11 26 173, 5. Ladya-Kazan-1000 RUS 10 28 162, 6. St. Petersburg Lentransgaz RUS 10 27 164, 7. Beer-Sheva Chess Club ISR 10 25 175, 8. Tbilisi GEO 10 22 182

WOMEN
- 1. Internet CG Podgorica SCG 11 19 102, 2. NTN Tbilisi GEO 11 18 102, 3. Ladya Kazan RUS 10 17 102, 4. BAS Beograd SCG 9 17 107

The European Club Cups took place from  September 27th until October 5th 2003 in Rethymno of Crete, Greece.
For the first time this year both men and women championships was held simultaneously. So far more than 130 GM, 60 IM, 30 FM, and 3 WGM have confirmed their participation.

Some of the great names that represented their teams were:  Kasparov (2830, Ladia-Kazan), Grischuk (2732, NAO), (Shirov (2732, Bosna Sarajevo), Svidler (2723, Saint Petersburg), Bareev (2721, Bosna Sarajevo), Adams (2719, NAO), Ivanchuk (2710, Polonia Plus), Akopian (2703, Alkaloid), Azmaiparashvili (2702, Kiseljak), Dreev (2698, Norilski), Malakhov (2696, Norilski), Gelfand (2695, Polonia Plus), Sokolov (2693, Bosna Sarajevo), Morozevich (2679,  Tomsk), Kh