1993–94 EHF Cup

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The 1993-94 season of the EHF Cup was won by BM Alzira in a final match against ASKÖ Linz.

First round[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
IFK Skövde Sweden 41 - 38 Latvia HK Dia Riga 19 - 18 22 - 20
Steaua Bucharest Romania 56 - 34 Luxembourg HC Berchem Roeser 29 - 19 27 - 15
ASKÖ Linde Linz Austria 56 - 30 Turkey Beşiktaş JK 24 - 9 32 - 21
CSKA Moscow Russia 48 - 28 Italy Ortigia Siracusa 27 - 16 21 - 12
CBM Alzira Spain 50 - 41 Czech Republic Dukla Prague 31 - 20 19 - 21
Montpellier HB France 68 - 35 Georgia (country) HB Mamuli Tbilisi 35 - 17 33 - 18
CD Elgorriaga Bidasoa Irún Spain 38 - 35 Switzerland Kadetten Schaffhausen 22 - 18 16 - 17
CF Os Belenenses Portugal 34 - 58 Hungary Elektromos Budapest 18 - 29 16 - 29
Virum Sorgemfri Denmark 40 - 42 Iceland Íþróttafélag Reykjavíkur 21 - 19 19 - 23
Sporting Neerpelt Belgium 35 - 35 Croatia HC Sisak 17 - 22 18 - 13
AEL Limassol Cyprus (walkover) Estonia Viimsi Tallinn - -
Philippos Verias Greece 41 - 44 Ukraine SKA Kiev 22 - 21 19 - 23
Tutunski-Kombinat Prilep Republic of Macedonia 38 - 41 Slovenia Andor Jadran Kozina 22 - 21 16 - 20
HAKA en. O. Emmen Netherlands 45 - 46 Slovakia ŠKP Bratislava 21 - 23 24 - 23
Uraed Porsgrunn Norway 42 - 57 Poland Petrochemia Plock 24 - 23 18 - 34

Eighth-finals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
ŠKP Bratislava Slovakia 47 - 52 Romania Steaua Bucharest 25 - 22 22 - 30
AEL Limassol Cyprus (walkover) Austria ASKÖ Linde Linz - -
Petrochemia Plock Poland 48 - 46 Sweden IFK Skövde 26 - 22 22 - 24
Andor Jadran Kozina Slovenia 43 - 64 Germany SV Niederwürzbach 22 - 25 21 - 39
Íþróttafélag Reykjavíkur Iceland 30 - 51 Spain CD Elgorriaga Bidasoa Irún 11 - 28 19 - 23
HC Sisak Croatia 37 - 61 Spain CBM Alzira 20-30 17-31
Elektromos Budapest Hungary 37 - 34 France Montpellier HB 19 - 17 18 - 17
SKA Kiev Ukraine 38 - 37 Russia CSKA Moscow 21 - 16 17 - 21

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Elektromos Budapest Hungary 42 - 46 Austria ASKÖ Linde Linz 23 - 22 19 - 24
SKA Kiev Ukraine 38 - 51 Romania Steaua Bucharest 23 - 23 15 - 28
Petrochemia Plock Poland 48 - 52 Spain CBM Alzira 24 - 22 24 - 30
CD Elgorriaga Bidasoa Irún Spain 51 - 43 Germany SV Niederwürzbach 25 - 20 26 - 23

Semi-finals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Steaua Bucharest Romania 44 - 59 Austria ASKÖ Linde Linz 23 - 38 21 - 21
Elgorriaga Bidasoa Irún Spain 38 - 44 Spain CBM Alzira 18 - 18 20 - 26

Final[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
CBM Alzira Spain 44 - 41 Austria ASKÖ Linde Linz 23 - 19 21 - 22

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