1994–95 Women's EHF Cup

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The 1994–95 Women's EHF Cup was the 14th edition of the competition, running from 7 October 1994 to 7 May 1995. 1994 runner-up Debreceni VSC defeated Baekkelagets SK on away goals to become the first Hungarian club to win it.[1] Buxtehuder SV and Slovan Duslo Sala also reached the semifinals.[2]

Qualifying Round[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Kizilay Turkey 62–40 Italy Sassari 43–22 19–18
Debreceni Hungary 90–6 Luxembourg Echternach 48–2 42–4
Avtomobilist Brovary Ukraine 77–28 Georgia (country) Tbilisi 36–15 41–13
Zamet Rijeka Croatia 42–45 Slovenia Ajdovscina 28–23 14–22
Amadeo Tortajada Spain 65–28 Switzerland Uster 34–13 31–15
Sosnica Gliwice Poland 64–31 Belgium Meeuwen 33–14 31–17
Baku Azerbaijan Walkover Iceland Fram
Gevgelija Republic of Macedonia 49–31 Austria Austria Tabak 30–13 19–18
Zora Olomouc Czech Republic 62–40 Russia Istochnik Rostov 20–24 21–25
Baekkelagets Norway 57–31 Netherlands Hellas Den Haag 27–11 30–20
Varpa Riga Latvia Walkover Greece Anagennisi Arta

Round of 16[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Kizilay Turkey 33–44 Hungary Debreceni 18–22 15–22
Avtomobilist Brovary Ukraine 41–44 Romania Zalau 23–20 18–24
Ajdovscina Slovenia 43–59 Spain Amadeo Tortajada 23–28 20–31
Sosnica Gliwice Poland 45–65 Germany Buxtehuder 23–32 22–33
Fram Iceland 35–60 Slovakia Slovan Duslo Sala 14–33 21–27
Gevgelija Republic of Macedonia 38–53 France Bouillarges 22–25 16–28
Istochnik Rostov Russia 33–34 Norway Baekkelagets 19–10 14–24
Anagennisi Arta Greece 33–61 Denmark GOG Gudme 20–30 13–31

Quarter-Finals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Debreceni Hungary 38–33 Romania Zalau 24–14 14–19
Amadeo Tortajada Spain 45–54 Germany Buxtehuder 24–29 21–25
Slovan Duslo Sala Slovakia 57–33 France Bouillargues 31–14 26–19
Baekkelagets Norway 47–36 Denmark GOG Gudme 27–17 20–19

Semifinals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Debreceni Hungary 44–44 Germany Buxtehuder 21–21 23–23
Slovan Duslo Sala Slovakia 41–43 Norway Baekkelagets 23–21 18–22

Final[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Debreceni Hungary 44–44 Norway Baekkelagets 22–14 22–30

References[edit]

  1. ^ List of finals in the-sports.org
  2. ^ Results in EHF's website