1995–96 Women's EHF Cup

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The 1995–96 Women's EHF Cup was the 15th edition of the competition, running from 7 October 1994 to 12 May 1996. Defending champion Debreceni VSC defeated Larvik HK in the final, again on away goals, to become the first club to win the competition twice.[1] CB Amadeo Tortajada and Istochnik Rostov also reached the semifinals.[2]

Qualifying Round[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Avtomobilist Brovary Ukraine 39–43 Slovenia Olimpija Ljubljana 23–20 16–23
Amadeo Tortajada Spain 72–28 Bulgaria Gabrovo 38–19 34–9
Maccabi Rishon LeZion Israel 29–54 Poland Zaglebie Lubin 16–28 13–26
Plastika Nitra Slovakia 53–60 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Radnicki Belgrade 27–31 26–29
Skopje Republic of Macedonia 47–36 Italy Salerno 27–19 20–17
Kolkheti Poti Georgia (country) 24–65 Turkey Anadolu 13–30 11–35
Verias Greece 39–57 Switzerland Uster 19–28 20–29
Frankfurter Germany 49–38 Netherlands Westland 27–18 22–20
Granicar Djurdjevac Croatia 51–24 Belgium Fémina Vise 29–9 22–15

Round of 16[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Olimpija Ljubljana Slovenia 30–45 Spain Amadeo Tortajada 18–21 12–24
Zaglebie Lubin Poland 40–42 Hungary Kisvárdai 24–20 16–22
Radnicki Belgrade Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 37–50 Norway Larvik 18–23 19–27
Skopje Republic of Macedonia 36–49 France Issy 20–25 16–24
Anadolu Turkey 39–65 Denmark GOG Gudme 16–30 23–35
Uster Switzerland 35–54 Hungary Debreceni 20–26 15–28
Istochnik Rostov Russia 48–41 Germany Frankfurter 26–16 22–25
Granicar Djurdjevac Croatia 41–56 Romania Rapid Bucharest 20–30 21–26

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Amadeo Tortajada Spain 52–35 Hungary Kisvárdai 30–13 22–22
Larvik Norway 45–43 France Issy 25–18 20–25
GOG Gudme Denmark 41–40 Hungary Debreceni 25–16 15–24
Istochnik Rostov Russia 48–33 Romania Rapid Bucharest 30–17 18–16

Semifinals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Amadeo Tortajada Spain 43–45 Norway Larvik 26–19 17–26
Debreceni Hungary 48–42 Russia Istochnik Rostov 25–20 23–22

Final[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Larvik Norway 38–38 Hungary Debreceni 23–20 15–18

References[edit]

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