Women's EHF European Cup

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The Women's EHF European Cup is an annual team handball competition for women's clubs of Europe. It was known as the EHF City Cup until the 1999–2000 season and the EHF Challenge Cup until the 2019–20 season.[1] It is currently the third-tier competition of European club handball.

Women's EHF European Cup
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2020–21 Women's EHF European Cup
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SportHandball
Founded1993
CountryEHF members
ContinentEurope
Most recent
champion(s)
Spain CBF Málaga Costa del Sol
Most titlesGermany Buxtehuder
Spain Rocasa Gran Canaria
France HBC Nîmes
France Mios Biganos Handball
(2 titles each)
Related
competitions
EHF Champions League
EHF European League
Official websiteEHF European Cup

SummaryEdit

Year Final Semi Final Losers
Champion Score Second Place
1993–94
Details
 
Buxtehuder
22-21; 23-22  
Baekkelagets Oslo
 
Szegedi
 
Hidrotehnica Constanţa
1994–95
Details
 
Rotor Volgograd
24-19; 24-20  
Vasas Budapest
 
Ikast F.S.
 
Granicar Djurdjevac
1995–96
Details
 
Silcotub Zalău
23-15; 19-27  
Gjerpen IF Skien
 
Kuban Krasnodar
 
ES Besançon
1996–97
Details
 
Frankfurter
29-25; 26-24  
Ikast F.S.
 
Junkeren Bodo
 
Silcotub Zalău
1997–98
Details
 
Ikast F.S.
27-22; 29-22  
Frankfurter
 
Walle Bremen
 
AKVA Volgograd
1998–99
Details
 
"Napredak" Kruševac
 
Van Riet Nieuwegein
 
Nîmes
 
Oţelul Galaţi
1999–00
Details
 
Rapid CFR București
 
Randers
 
Byåsen
 
Osijek
2000–01
Details
 
Nîmes
22-18; 18-16  
Split Kaltenberg
 
FibrexNylon Săvinești
 
Luch Moscow
2001–02
Details
 
Universitatea Remin Deva
33-23; 31-25  
Buxtehuder
 
Gil Eanes-Lagos
 
Rapid CFR București
2002–03
Details
 
Borussia Dortmund
24-16; 21-27  
Selmont Baia Mare
 
DJK/MJC Trier
 
Nata AZS AWFiS Gdańsk
2003–04
Details
 
1. FC Nürnberg
29-23; 29-33  
Universitatea Remin Deva
 
ÍBV
 
Vitaral Jelfa Jelenia Góra
2004–05
Details
 
Bayer 04 Leverkusen
27-28; 25-22  
Cercle Dijon Bourgogne
 
Split Kaltenberg
 
Buxtehuder
2005–06
Details
 
Rulmentul Braşov
30-22; 25-24  
Tomis Constanţa
 
Mérignac
 
Valur
2006–07
Details
 
"Naisa" Nis
23-32; 30-21  
Universitatea Jolidon Cluj-Napoca
 
Trešnjevka Zagreb
 
HCM Roman
2007–08
Details
 
Oldenburg
31-25; 29-26  
Mérignac
 
Dunărea Brăila
 
ŠKP Bratislava
2008–09
Details
 
Nîmes
26-22; 30-25  
Thüringer
 
ProVital Blomberg-Lippe
 
Izmir BSB SK
2009–10
Details
 
Buxtehuder
40-28; 28-26  
Frisch Auf Göppingen
 
Vistal Gdynia
 
Metalurg Skopje
2010–11
Details
 
Mios Biganos
31–26; 30–29  
Muratpaşa Bld. SK
 
HandbalAcademie
 
Nîmes
2011–12
Details
 
H.A.C. Handball
36-27; 27-30  
Muratpaşa Bld. SK
 
Lokomotiva Zagreb
 
Fleury Loiret
2012–13
Details
 
Banik Most
20-24; 26-17  
Samobor
 
Üsküdar B.S.K.
 
H 65 Höör
2013–14
Details
 
H 65 Höör
19-21; 23-21  
Issy Paris
 
Galychanka Lviv
 
Mios Biganos
2014–15
Details
 
Mios Biganos
21-20;28-24  
Pogoń Baltica Szczecin
 
Galychanka Lviv
 
Le Havre
2015–16
Details
 
Rocasa Gran Canaria
29–25;33–29  
Kastamonu Bld. GSK
 
EKS Start Elblag
 
HC Karpaty
2016–17
Details
 
Lokomotiva Zagreb
23–19;24–21  
H 65 Höör
 
HV Quintus
 
DHC Sokol Poruba
2017–18
Details
 
MKS Lublin
22–22; 27–23  
Rocasa Gran Canaria
 
Ardeşen GSK
 
Lokomotiva Zagreb
2018–19
Details
 
Rocasa Gran Canaria
30–23, 23–24  
Pogoń Baltica Szczecin
 
HV Quintus
 
Kristianstad Handboll
2019–20
Details
Cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic[2]
2020–21
Details
 
CBF Málaga Costa del Sol
32–28, 28–31  
Lokomotiva Zagreb
 
CB Atlético Guardés
 
Yalikavaksports Club

Titles by clubEdit

Rank Club Titles Runner Up
1   Buxtehuder 2 (1993–94, 2009–10) 1 (2001–02)
  Rocasa Gran Canaria 2 (2015–16, 2018–19) 1 (2017–18)
3   Nîmes 2 (2000–01, 2008–09) 0 (-)
  Mios Biganos 2 (2010–11, 2014–15) 0 (-)
5   HC Lokomotiva Zagreb 1 (2016–17) 1 (2020–21)
  Universitatea Remin Deva 1 (2001–02) 1 (2003–04)
  Frankfurter HC 1 (1996–97) 1 (1997–98)
8   Rulmentul Braşov 1 (2005–06) 0 (-)
  Rapid CFR București 1 (1999–00) 0 (-)
  Borussia Dortmund 1 (2002–03) 0 (-)
  Ikast-Bording Elite Håndbold 1 (1997–98) 0 (-)
  ŽORK Napredak Kruševac 1 (1998–99) 0 (-)
  Bayer 04 Leverkusen 1 (2004–05) 0 (-)
  Naisa Niš 1 (2006–07) 0 (-)
  1. FC Nürnberg 1 (2003–04) 0 (-)
  VfL Oldenburg 1 (2007–08) 0 (-)
  Rotor Volgograd 1 (1994–95) 0 (-)
  AS Silcotub Zalău 1 (1995–96) 0 (-)
  H.A.C. Handball 1 (2011–12) 0 (-)
  Banik Most 1 (2012–13) 0 (-)
  H 65 Höör 1 (2013–14) 0 (-)
  MKS Lublin 1 (2017–18) 0 (-)
  Málaga Costa del Sol 1 (2020–21) 0 (-)

Titles by nationsEdit

Rank Country Champion Runner-Up Total finals
1   Germany 7 4 11
2   France 5 3 8
3   Romania 4 4 8
4   Spain 3 1 3
5   Serbia/
  Serbia and Montenegro
2 0 2
6   Croatia 1 3 3
7   Denmark 1 2 3
  Poland 1 2 3
9   Sweden 1 1 2
10   Czech Republic 1 0 1
  Russia 1 0 1
12   Turkey 0 3 3
13   Norway 0 2 2
14   Hungary 0 1 1
  Netherlands 0 1 1

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "EHF Executive Committee meets at EHF EURO 2020 in Stockholm". European Handball Federation. 24 January 2020. Retrieved 4 March 2020.
  2. ^ http://www.ehfcl.com/en/2019-20/men/News/zejZqYhiJOBDaup5HnUHmA/Information_on_the_future_of_the_European_handball_season_2019_20

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