1986–87 Women's IHF Cup

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The 1986–87 Women's IHF Cup was the sixth edition of IHF's second-tier women's handball competition.

1985 Cup Winners' Cup champion Budućnost Titograd defeated Štart Bratislava in the final, overcoming an away loss by a 5-goal margin, to become the second Yugoslav team to win the competition. They previously defeated defending champion SC Leipzig and 1983 champion Avtomobilist Baku on away goals.[1]

Results[edit]

  Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                                             
 Spain CB Leganés 17 20 37  
 West Germany VfL Oldenburg 20 29 49  
   West Germany VfL Oldenburg 20 17 37  
   Czechoslovakia Štart Bratislava 22 28 50  
 Czechoslovakia Štart Bratislava 23 28 51
 East Germany SC Magdeburg 26 23 49  
   Czechoslovakia Štart Bratislava 27 23 50  
   Hungary Spartacus Budapest 18 31 49  
 Sweden Stockholmspolisens 21 19 40  
 Hungary Spartacus Budapest 21 26 47  
   Hungary Spartacus Budapest 29 18 47
   Netherlands Vonk Mosam 22 18 40  
 Netherlands Vonk Mosam 20 16 36
 Belgium Sasja Antwerpen 10 9 19  
   Czechoslovakia Štart Bratislava 23 27 50
   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Budućnost Titograd 21 34 55
 Soviet Union Avtomobilist Baku 25 29 54  
 Norway Byåsen IL 18 20 38  
   Soviet Union Avtomobilist Baku 30 22 52
   France USM Gagny 10 18 28  
 France USM Gagny 24 24 48
 Austria WAT Fünfhaus 10 13 23  
   Soviet Union Avtomobilist Baku 28 19 47
   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Budućnost Titograd 24 23 47  
 East Germany SC Leipzig     Bye  
          
   East Germany SC Leipzig 29 18 47
   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Budućnost Titograd 21 26 47  
 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Budućnost Titograd 30 18 48
 Romania Rulmentul Brașov 18 27 45  

References[edit]

  1. ^ Results in todor66.com