1995–96 EHF Women's Champions League

The 1995–96 EHF Women's Champions League was the third edition of the modern era of the 1961-founded competition for European national champions women's handball clubs, running from 7 October 1995 to 11 May 1996. Podravka Koprivnica defeated Hypo Niederösterreich in a rematch of the previous edition's final[1] to become the first Croatian club to win the competition, ending the Austrians four-years winning streak.[2]

Round of 32Edit

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Stjarnan   43–46   Anagennisi Artas 24–16 19–30
Podravka Koprivnica   57–33   Brühl 31–14 26–19
Mar Valencia   85–26   Dniester Tiraspol 44–13 41–13
Gjorce Petrov   51–43   Swift Roermond 27–19 24–24
Politechnik Minsk   Walkover   Cassano Magnago
Walle Bremen   88–30   Martve Tbilisi 42–16 46–14
Slovan Duslo Sala   42–48   Motor Zaporozhia 25–22 17–26
Baekkelagets   81–26   Hapoel Rishon LeZion 45–10 36–16
Madeira   35–47   Budućnost Podgorica 15–20 20–27
Niederösterreich   Bye
ASPTT Metz   54–38   Zlin 24–24 30–14
Ferencvárosi TC   47–42   Rotor Volgograd 23–16 24–26
Krim Ljubljana   Walkover   Baku
Viborg   50–32   Initia Hasselt 26–15 24–17
Ankara   29–65   Ramnicu Valcea 15–35 14–30
Fünfhaus   47–45   Burgas 24–25 23–20

Round of 16Edit

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Anagennisi Artas   38–72   Podravka Koprivnica 17–43 21–29
Gjorce Petrov   45–49   Mar Valencia 27–22 18–27
Politechnik Minsk   37–58   Walle Bremen 22–32 15–26
Motor Zaporozhia   36–37   Baekkelagets 17–18 19–19
Budućnost Podgorica   38–47   Hypo Niedeösterreich 20–17 18–30
ASPTT Metz   39–56   Ferencvárosi TC 21–25 18–31
Krim Ljubljana   40–40   Viborg 25–18 15–22
Ramnicu Valcea   65–34   Fünfhaus 32–18 33–16

Group stageEdit

Group AEdit

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
  Podravka Koprivnica 6 5 0 1 153 126 +27 10
  Mar Valencia 6 3 0 3 143 141 +2 6
  Walle Bremen 6 3 0 3 139 150 −3 6
  Baekkelagets 6 1 0 5 128 146 −18 2

Group BEdit

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
  Niederösterreich 6 5 1 0 147 112 +35 11
  Ferencvárosi TC 6 3 2 1 145 137 +8 8
  Viborg 6 2 0 4 140 141 −1 6
  Ramnicu Valcea 6 0 1 5 122 164 −42 1

FinalEdit

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Niederösterreich   37–38   Podravka Koprivnica 17–13 20–25

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Results Archived 2014-04-20 at the Wayback Machine in the European Handball Federation's website
  2. ^ List of finals in the-sports.org