1994–95 EHF Champions League

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Champions CD Bidasoa Irún
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The 1994-95 edition of the EHF Champions League was won by CD Bidasoa Irún in their debut at the competition in a final match against the champions of the last two pre-Champions League editions, RK Zagreb.

Preliminary round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
GTU Tbilisi Georgia (country) 34 - 72 Slovakia Lokomotíva Trnava 17 - 30 17 - 42
Belasitsa Petrich Bulgaria 46 - 38 Estonia Kehra Tallinn 24 - 17 22 - 21
Pelister Bitola Republic of Macedonia 56 - 57 Belarus SKA Minsk 29 - 24 27 - 33

First round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
RK Zagreb Croatia 52 - 45 Sweden Drott Halmstadt 23 - 22 29 - 23
Cantabria Santander Spain 56 - 33 Turkey Ankara Spor 27 - 15 29 - 18
THW Kiel Germany 53 - 36 Slovakia Lokomotiva Trnava 26 - 19 27 - 17
MKB Veszprém Hungary 46 – 39 Slovenia Celje 22 - 18 24 - 21
Kolding IF Denmark 53 - 49 Iceland Valur Reykjavik 27 - 27 26 - 22
Bidasoa Irún Spain 61 - 43 Ukraine SKA Kiev 36 - 25 25 - 18
OM Vitrolles France 74 - 31 Luxembourg Handball Echternach 36 - 21 38 - 10
Os Belenenses Lisbon Portugal 50 - 50 (a) Greece Philippos Verias 33 - 24 17 - 26
Hapoel Rishon LeZion Israel 38 - 38 (a) Switzerland Pfadi Winterthur 25 - 20 18 - 23
Horn Sittardia Netherlands 39 - 36 Belgium Initia Hasselt 24 - 21 15 - 15
Dukla Prague Czech Republic 53 - 40 Bulgaria Belasitsa Petrich 27 - 17 26 - 23
Steaua Bucharest Romania 48 - 48 (a) Poland Jskra Ceresit Kielce 25 - 24 23 - 24
CSKA Moscow Russia 72 - 45 Cyprus SPE Strovolou 41 - 19 31 - 26
Granitas Kaunas Lithuania 50 - 50 (a) Norway Sandefjord TIF 26 - 23 24 - 27
HSG Linz Austria 56 - 49 Finland BK 46 Karis 32 - 24 24 - 25
SKA Minsk Belarus 49 - 50 Italy Principe Trieste 21 - 23 28 - 27

Eight finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Pfadi Winterthur Switzerland 51 - 52 Hungary MKB Veszprém 26 - 23 25 - 29
Jskra Ceresit Kielce Poland 42 - 56 Spain Bidasoa Irún 23 - 26 19 - 30
Horn Sittardia Netherlands 41 - 54 Spain Cantabria Santander 27 - 24 14 - 30
Principe Trieste Italy 34 - 36 France OM Vitrolles 20 - 17 14 - 19
HSG Linz Austria 41 - 48 Germany THW Kiel 19 - 18 22 - 30
Dukla Prague Czech Republic 49 - 46 Greece Filippos Verias 27 - 16 22 - 30
CSKA Moscow Russia 49 - 54 Croatia RK Zagreb 32 - 21 17 - 33
Granitas Kaunas Lithuania 49 - 54 Denmark Kolding IF 27 - 22 22 - 32

Group stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Croatia RK Zagreb 6 4 1 1 156 147 +9 9
Spain Cantabria Santander 6 3 1 2 155 125 +30 7
Hungary MKB Veszprém 6 2 2 2 131 147 −16 6
Denmark Kolding IF 6 1 0 5 140 163 −23 2
Matchday One
MKB Veszprém 24–24 Cantabria Santander
Kolding IF 31–36 RK Zagreb
Matchday Two
RK Zagreb 30–18 MKB Veszprém
Cantabria Santander 28–16 Kolding IF
Matchday Three
MKB Veszprém 25–20 Kolding IF
RK Zagreb 20–19 Cantabria Santander
Matchday Four
MKB Veszprém 23–23 RK Zagreb
Kolding IF 26–25 Cantabria Santander
Matchday Five
Cantabria Santander 25–15 MKB Veszprém
RK Zagreb 23–22 Kolding IF
Matchday Six
Kolding IF 25–26 MKB Veszprém
Cantabria Santander 34–24 RK Zagreb

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Spain Bidasoa Irún 6 4 0 2 137 126 +11 8
Germany THW Kiel 6 3 0 3 137 136 +1 6
France OM Vitrolles 6 3 0 3 133 133 0 6
Czech Republic Dukla Prague 6 2 0 4 139 151 −12 4
Matchday One
Dukla Prague 25–29 OM Vitrolles
Bidasoa Irún 25–18 THW Kiel
Matchday Two
THW Kiel 28–24 Dukla Prague
OM Vitrolles 19–20 Bidasoa Irún
Matchday Three
Bidasoa Irún 24–19 Dukla Prague
OM Vitrolles 23–19 THW Kiel
Matchday Four
Dukla Prague 24–23 THW Kiel
Bidasoa Irún 22–21 OM Vitrolles
Matchday Five
THW Kiel 23–21 Bidasoa Irún
OM Vitrolles 22–21 Dukla Prague
Matchday Six
Dukla Prague 26–25 Bidasoa Irún
THW Kiel 26–19 OM Vitrolles

Final[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Bidasoa Irún Spain 56 - 47 Croatia RK Zagreb 30 - 20 26 - 27
EHF Champions League
1994-95 Winners
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