2009–10 EHF Champions League

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EHF Champions League
Tournament information
Sport Handball
Dates 4 September 2009–30 May 2010
Teams 32 (Qualification stage)
24 (Group stage)
16 (Knockout stage)
Final positions
Champions Germany THW Kiel
Runners-up Spain FC Barcelona
Tournament statistics
Top scorer(s) Czech Republic Filip Jicha (108)
Best player Czech Republic Filip Jicha
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The 2009–10 EHF Champions League was the 50th edition of Europe's premier club handball tournament and the seventeenth edition under the current EHF Champions League format. It was also the first edition under the new qualifying format. Ciudad Real were the defending champions. The final was played on 30 May 2010, at the Lanxess Arena, home ground of VfL Gummersbach and Kölner Haie, in Cologne, Germany.[1]

Draw[edit]

The draw for the group stage took place at the Liechtenstein Museum in Vienna on 24 June 2009. A total of 24 teams were drawn into four groups of six. Teams were divided into four pots, based on EHF coefficients. Clubs from the same pot or the same association cannot be drawn into the same group.

Each team played against each other in its group twice. The top two in each group proceeded to the knockout stage, and the third-placed teams entered the EHF Cup's Winners Cup Round of 32.

Key to colors in group tables
Top two places advance to the first knockout round
Third place enters the EHF Cup's Winner Cup at the round of 32
Fourth place is eliminated from continental competitions

Qualification stage[edit]

Groups[edit]

Group 1
Republic of Macedonia HC Vardar Skopje
Belarus HC Dinamo Minsk
Turkey Besiktas JK
Montenegro RK Budućnost Podgorica

Group 2
Ukraine STR Saporischschja
Greece A.C. PAOK
Cyprus SPE Strovolos

Group 3
Norway Fyllingen Handball
Austria A1 Bregenz
Serbia RK Partizan Si&Si

Group 4
Slovakia Tatran Prešov
Poland Vive Targi Kielce
Portugal FC Porto Vitalis

Group 5
Spain CB Ademar León
Germany TBV Lemgo
Slovenia Celje
Switzerland Kadetten Schaffhausen

Group 1[edit]

P Team Pts W D L GF GA GD
1. Republic of Macedonia HC Vardar Skopje 6 3 0 0 102 82 +20
2. Belarus HC Dinamo Minsk 4 2 0 1 91 86 +5
3. Montenegro HC Buducnost Podgorica 2 1 0 2 86 98 −12
4. Turkey Besiktas JK 0 0 0 3 83 96 −13
4 September 2009, 18:00 HC Vardar Skopje Republic of Macedonia 33 : 30 (19 : 14) Turkey Besiktas JK
4 September 2009, 20:00 HC Dinamo Minsk Belarus 35 : 27 (18 : 14) Montenegro HC Buducnost Podgorica
5 September 2009, 18:00 Besiktas JK Turkey 25 : 32 (10 : 19) Belarus HC Dinamo Minsk
5 September 2009, 20:00 HC Budućnost Podgorica Montenegro 28 : 35 (15 : 18) Republic of Macedonia HC Vardar Skopje
6 September 2009, 18:00 Besiktas JK Turkey 28 : 31 (12 : 14) Montenegro HC Budućnost Podgorica
6 September 2009, 20:00 HC Vardar Skopje Republic of Macedonia 34 : 24 (14 : 14) Belarus HC Dinamo Minsk

Group 2[edit]

P Team Pts W D L GF GA GD
1. Greece A.C. PAOK 3 1 1 0 62 59 +3
2. Ukraine STR Saporischschja 3 1 1 0 56 53 +3
3. Cyprus SPE Strovolos 0 0 0 2 52 58 −6
4 September 2009, 20:00 A.C. PAOK Greece 32 : 29 (16 : 12) Cyprus SPE Strovolos
5 September 2009, 20:00 SPE Strovolos Cyprus 23 : 26 (10 : 09) Ukraine STR Saporischschja
6 September 2009, 20:00 STR Saporischschja Ukraine 30 : 30 (13 : 15) Greece A.C. PAOK

Group 3[edit]

P Team Pts W D L GF GA GD
1. Norway Fyllingen Handball 3 1 1 0 63 59 +4
2. Austria A1 Bregenz 2 1 0 1 64 55 +9
3. Serbia RK Partizan Si&Si 1 0 1 1 48 61 −13
4 September 2009, 19:00 RK Partizan Si&Si Serbia 28 : 28 (16 : 14) Norway Fyllingen Handball
5 September 2009, 16:00 A1 Bregenz Austria 33 : 20 (15 : 10) Serbia RK Partizan Si&Si
6 September 2009, 16:00 Fyllingen Handball Norway 35 : 31 (21 : 14) Austria A1 Bregenz

Group 4[edit]

P Team Pts W D L GF GA GD
1. Poland Vive Targi Kielce 4 2 0 0 70 54 +16
2. Slovakia Tatran Prešov 2 1 0 1 64 68 −4
3. Portugal FC Porto Vitalis 0 0 0 2 53 65 −12
4 September 2009, 19:30 Vive Targi Kielce Poland 32 : 23 (14 : 09) Portugal FC Porto Vitalis
5 September 2009, 18:30 FC Porto Vitalis Portugal 30 : 33 (11 : 15) Slovakia Tatran Prešov
6 September 2009, 14:15 Tatran Prešov Slovakia 31 : 38 (15 : 21) Poland Vive Targi Kielce

Group 5[edit]

P Team Pts W D L GF GA GD
1. Spain Ademar León 5 2 1 0 84 73 +11
2. Switzerland Kadetten Schaffhausen 5 2 1 0 88 83 +5
3. Slovenia Celje 2 1 0 2 80 84 −4
4. Germany TBV Lemgo 0 0 0 3 77 89 −12
4 September 2009, 18:45 TBV Lemgo Germany 29 : 30 (14 : 13) Switzerland Kadetten Schaffhausen
4 September 2009, 20:45 Ademar León Spain 26 : 25 (12 : 12) Slovenia Celje
5 September 2009, 18:45 Kadetten Schaffhausen Switzerland 27 : 27 (15 : 14) Spain Ademar León
5 September 2009, 20:45 Celje Slovenia 28 : 27 (13 : 12) Germany TBV Lemgo
6 September 2009, 16:30 Celje Slovenia 27 : 31 (12 : 13) Switzerland Kadetten Schaffhausen
6 September 2009, 18:30 Ademar León Spain 31 : 21 (17 : 10) Germany TBV Lemgo

Group stage[edit]

Groups[edit]

Group A
Russia Chekhovskiye Medvedi
France Montpellier HB
Hungary SC Pick Szeged
Spain BM Valladolid
Romania HCM Constanţa
Greece A.C. PAOK

Group B
Hungary MKB Veszprém
Slovenia Gorenje
France Chambéry Savoie
Germany Rhein-Neckar Löwen
Bosnia and Herzegovina RK Bosna Sarajevo
Poland Vive Targi Kielce

Group C
Spain BM Ciudad Real
Croatia HC Croatia Zagreb
Germany HSV Hamburg
Denmark FCK Handbold
Sweden Alingsas HK
Norway Fyllingen Handball

Group D
Germany THW Kiel
Denmark KIF Kolding
Spain FC Barcelona
Spain Ademar León
Switzerland ZMC Amicitia Zürich
Republic of Macedonia HC Vardar Skopje

Group A[edit]

P Team Pts W D L GF GA GD
1. France Montpellier HB 17 8 1 1 330 259 +71
2. Russia Chekhovskiye Medvedi 14 6 2 2 344 282 +62
3. Spain BM Valladolid 12 4 4 2 301 279 +22
4. Romania HCM Constanţa 9 4 1 5 285 301 −16
5. Hungary SC Szeged 6 2 2 6 287 307 −20
6. Greece A.C. PAOK 2 1 0 9 236 355 −119
30 September 2009, 19:00 HCM Constanţa Romania 23 : 26 (10 : 14) Spain BM Valladolid
3 October 2009, 17:15 SC Szeged Hungary 32 : 32 (15 : 16) Russia Chekhovskiye Medvedi
4 October 2009, 17:00 Montpellier HB France 46 : 20 (20 : 08) Greece A.C. PAOK
8 October 2009, 19:00 HCM Constanţa Romania 37 : 33 (17 : 18) France Montpellier HB
10 October 2009, 17:15 SC Szeged Hungary 27 : 24 (15 : 13) Greece A.C. PAOK
11 October 2009, 17:30 BM Valladolid Spain 34 : 34 (17 : 19) Russia Chekhovskiye Medvedi
14 October 2009, 19:00 HCM Constanţa Romania 32 : 30 (17 : 16) Hungary SC Szeged
15 October 2009, 19:30 Chekhovskiye Medvedi Russia 37 : 25 (18 : 09) Greece A.C. PAOK
18 October 2009, 19:00 BM Valladolid Spain 21 : 26 (09 : 09) France Montpellier HB
4 November 2009, 20:00 A.C. PAOK Greece 26 : 30 (12 : 16) Romania HCM Constanţa
8 November 2009, 16:15 SC Szeged Hungary 23 : 30 (12 : 15) Spain BM Valladolid
8 November 2009, 17:00 Montpellier HB France 33 : 28 (19 : 14) Russia Chekhovskiye Medvedi
11 November 2009, 20:00 A.C. PAOK Greece 27 : 37 (11 : 23) Spain BM Valladolid
15 November 2009, 17:00 Montpellier HB France 30 : 23 (14 : 09) Hungary SC Szeged
15 November 2009, 19:00 HCM Constanţa Romania 22 : 28 (11 : 14) Russia Chekhovskiye Medvedi
19 November 2009, 19:00 Chekhovskiye Medvedi Russia 37 : 32 (17 : 19) Romania HCM Constanţa
21 November 2009, 17:30 BM Valladolid Spain 38 : 19 (16 : 09) Greece A.C. PAOK
22 November 2009, 17:15 SC Szeged Hungary 26 : 33 (15 : 16) France Montpellier HB
10 February 2010, 20:00 A.C. PAOK Greece 27 : 26 (17 : 17) Hungary SC Szeged
10 February 2010, 20:30 Montpellier HB France 37 : 24 (18 : 09) Romania HCM Constanţa
11 February 2010, 19:00 Chekhovskiye Medvedi Russia 36 : 24 (16 : 12) Spain BM Valladolid
17 February 2010, 20:00 A.C. PAOK Greece 23 : 34 (10 : 19) France Montpellier HB
20 February 2010, 17:00 Chekhovskiye Medvedi Russia 39 : 30 (20 : 12) Hungary SC Szeged
20 February 2010, 18:00 BM Valladolid Spain 26 : 26 (15 : 11) Romania HCM Constanţa
25 February 2010, 19:00 Chekhovskiye Medvedi Russia 28 : 28 (11 : 16) France Montpellier HB
27 February 2010, 16:15 HCM Constanţa Romania 34 : 23 (14 : 09) Greece A.C. PAOK
27 February 2010, 19:00 BM Valladolid Spain 35 : 35 (13 : 19) Hungary SC Szeged
3 March 2010, 20:00 A.C. PAOK Greece 22 : 46 (12 : 24) Russia Chekhovskiye Medvedi
7 March 2010, 17:00 Montpellier HB France 30 : 30 (15 : 16) Spain BM Valladolid
7 March 2010, 17:15 SC Szeged Hungary 35 : 25 (14 : 17) Romania HCM Constanţa

Group B[edit]

P Team Pts W D L GF GA GD
1. Hungary KC Veszprém 18 9 0 1 305 252 +53
2. Germany Rhein-Neckar Löwen 16 7 2 1 325 286 +39
3. Poland Vive Targi Kielce 9 4 1 5 291 287 +04
4. Slovenia RK Velenje 7 3 1 6 281 298 −17
5. France Chambéry Savoie HB 5 2 1 7 248 282 −34
6. Bosnia and Herzegovina HC Bosna Sarajevo 5 2 1 7 249 294 −45
3 October 2009, 17:30 HC Bosna Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina 24 : 23 (13 : 12) France Chambéry Savoie HB
3 October 2009, 19:20 Vive Targi Kielce Poland 23 : 21 (09 : 13) Slovenia RK Velenje
4 October 2009, 16:30 Rhein-Neckar Löwen Germany 32 : 29 (17 : 14) Hungary KC Veszprém
8 October 2009, 19:15 Rhein-Neckar Löwen Germany 29 : 29 (17 : 15) Poland Vive Targi Kielce
11 October 2009, 17:30 Chambéry Savoie HB France 19 : 29 (10 : 16) Hungary KC Veszprém
11 October 2009, 18:00 RK Velenje Slovenia 30 : 29 (15 : 17) Bosnia and Herzegovina HC Bosna Sarajevo
17 October 2009, 17:15 KC Veszprém Hungary 33 : 26 (16 : 11) Poland Vive Targi Kielce
18 October 2009, 15:30 Chambéry Savoie HB France 28 : 24 (14 : 09) Slovenia RK Velenje
18 October 2009, 15:30 HC Bosna Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina 24 : 39 (10 : 20) Germany Rhein-Neckar Löwen
5 November 2009, 19:00 Rhein-Neckar Löwen Germany 31 : 31 (16 : 13) France Chambéry Savoie HB
7 November 2009, 18:00 Vive Targi Kielce Poland 34 : 30 (15 : 15) Bosnia and Herzegovina HC Bosna Sarajevo
8 November 2009, 18:00 RK Velenje Slovenia 27 : 28 (14 : 13) Hungary KC Veszprém
11 November 2009, 19:00 Rhein-Neckar Löwen Germany 33 : 30 (17 : 15) Slovenia RK Velenje
14 November 2009, 17:15 KC Veszprém Hungary 35 : 18 (22 : 07) Bosnia and Herzegovina HC Bosna Sarajevo
14 November 2009, 18:00 KS Vive Kielce Poland 31 : 22 (14 : 12) France Chambéry Savoie HB
19 November 2009, 20:30 Chambéry Savoie HB France 24 : 31 (15 : 14) Poland KS Vive Kielce
21 November 2009, 17:30 HC Bosna Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina 20 : 24 (07 : 13) Hungary KC Veszprém
22 November 2009, 15:30 RK Velenje Slovenia 29 : 37 (12 : 19) Germany Rhein-Neckar Löwen
13 February 2010, 16:00 KS Vive Kielce Poland 32 : 35 (19 : 15) Germany Rhein-Neckar Löwen
13 February 2010, 17:15 KC Veszprém Hungary 31 : 26 (19 : 13) France Chambéry Savoie HB
13 February 2010, 17:30 HC Bosna Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina 31 : 31 (17 : 15) Slovenia RK Velenje
17 February 2010, 17:00 RK Velenje Slovenia 36 : 35 (17 : 17) Poland KS Vive Kielce
21 February 2010, 15:00 KC Veszprém Hungary 34 : 30 (17 : 12) Germany Rhein-Neckar Löwen
21 February 2010, 17:00 Chambéry Savoie HB France 27 : 24 (13 : 10) Bosnia and Herzegovina HC Bosna Sarajevo
27 February 2010, 17:15 KC Veszprém Hungary 30 : 25 (15 : 11) Slovenia RK Velenje
27 February 2010, 17:30 HC Bosna Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina 25 : 21 (09 : 10) PolandKS Vive Kielce
28 February 2010, 17:00 Chambéry Savoie HB France 24 : 29 (13 : 12) Germany Rhein-Neckar Löwen
6 March 2010, 16:00 KS Vive Kielce Poland 29 : 32 (14 : 14) Hungary KC Veszprém
6 March 2010, 18:15 Rhein-Neckar Löwen Germany 30 : 24 (13 : 11) Bosnia and Herzegovina HC Bosna Sarajevo
6 March 2010, 20:15 RK Velenje Slovenia 28 : 24 (18 : 11) France Chambéry Savoie HB

Group C[edit]

P Team Pts W D L GF GA GD
1. Spain BM Ciudad Real 20 10 0 0 321 241 +80
2. Germany HSV Hamburg 16 8 0 2 346 259 +87
3. Croatia HC Croatia Zagreb 12 6 0 4 292 266 +26
4. Denmark FCK Handbold 8 4 0 6 276 281 -05
5. Sweden Alingsas HK 4 2 0 8 251 302 −51
6. Norway Fyllingen Handball 0 0 0 10 214 351 −137
3 October 2009, 16:15 Fyllingen Handball Norway 22 : 29 (09 : 15) Croatia HC Croatia Zagreb
3 October 2009, 17:00 HSV Hamburg Germany 35 : 25 (20 : 12) Sweden Alingsas HK
3 October 2009, 20:30 BM Ciudad Real Spain 34 : 22 (15 : 09) Denmark FCK Handbold
7 October 2009, 18:30 HSV Hamburg Germany 26 : 32 (13 : 15) Spain BM Ciudad Real
7 October 2009, 20:00 HC Croatia Zagreb Croatia 30 : 21 (17 : 09) Sweden Alingsas HK
11 October 2009, 15:50 FCK Handbold Denmark 35 : 21 (17 : 08) Norway Fyllingen Handball
17 October 2009, 16:10 Alingsas HK Sweden 21 : 33 (09 : 15) Denmark FCK Handbold
17 October 2009, 19:00 BM Ciudad Real Spain 40 : 24 (18 : 12) Norway Fyllingen Handball
18 October 2009, 17:30 HSV Hamburg Germany 35 : 26 (14 : 12) Croatia HC Croatia Zagreb
7 November 2009, 16:15 Fyllingen Handball Norway 26 : 28 (13 : 14) Sweden Alingsas HK
7 November 2009, 18:00 HC Croatia Zagreb Croatia 27 : 32 (12 : 15) Spain BM Ciudad Real
8 November 2009, 15:50 FCK Handbold Denmark 27 : 34 (16 : 20) Germany HSV Hamburg
14 November 2009, 16:10 Alingsas HK Sweden 24 : 26 (10 : 14) Spain BM Ciudad Real
14 November 2009, 16:15 Fyllingen Handball Norway 17 : 48 (10 : 25) Germany HSV Hamburg
15 November 2009, 15:50 FCK Handbold Denmark 28 : 29 (15 : 18) Croatia HC Croatia Zagreb
21 November 2009, 15:30 Alingsas HK Sweden 23 : 32 (10 : 16) Croatia HC Croatia Zagreb
21 November 2009, 18:15 Fyllingen Handball Norway 19 : 28 (11 : 15) Denmark FCK Handbold
22 November 2009, 17:30 BM Ciudad Real Spain 30 : 28 (14 : 12) Germany HSV Hamburg
11 February 2010, 20:15 HSV Hamburg Germany 37 : 21 (17 : 13) Norway Fyllingen Handball
13 February 2010, 16:30 BM Ciudad Real Spain 28 : 24 (14 : 10) Sweden Alingsas HK
13 February 2010, 18:00 HC Croatia Zagreb Croatia 31 : 22 (17 : 07) Denmark FCK Handbold
20 February 2010, 16:10 Alingsas HK Sweden 27 : 37 (13 : 17) Germany HSV Hamburg
20 February 2010, 18:00 HC Croatia Zagreb Croatia 35 : 23 (16 : 11) Norway Fyllingen Handball
21 February 2010, 15:50 FCK Handbold Denmark 25 : 33 (10 : 15) Spain BM Ciudad Real
27 February 2010, 16:10 Alingsas HK Sweden 32 : 24 (16 : 09) Norway Fyllingen Handball
27 February 2010, 16:40 HSV Hamburg Germany 33 : 25 (14 : 15) Denmark FCK Handbold
28 February 2010, 18:00 HC Croatia Zagreb Croatia 24 : 27 (11 : 15) Spain BM Ciudad Real
6 March 2010, 16:00 Fyllingen Handball Norway 17 : 39 (10 : 23) Spain BM Ciudad Real
7 March 2010, 15:50 FCK Handbold Denmark 31 : 26 (16 : 11) Sweden Alingsas HK
7 March 2010, 18:00 HC Croatia Zagreb Croatia 29 : 33 (14 : 19) Germany HSV Hamburg

Group D[edit]

P Team Pts W D L GF GA GD
1. Germany THW Kiel 17 8 1 1 347 271 +76
2. Spain FC Barcelona 17 8 1 1 341 279 +62
3. Spain Ademar León 11 5 1 4 291 293 -02
4. Denmark KIF Kolding 11 4 3 3 287 288 -01
5. Republic of Macedonia HC Vardar Skopje 3 1 1 8 253 316 −63
6. Switzerland ZMC Amicitia Zürich 1 0 1 9 254 326 −72
3 October 2009, 18:15 ZMC Amicitia Zürich Switzerland 27 : 39 (15 : 15) Spain FC Barcelona
3 October 2009, 18:30 HC Vardar Skopje Republic of Macedonia 25 : 32 (10 : 13) Denmark KIF Kolding
4 October 2009, 18:15 THW Kiel Germany 35 : 32 (17 : 15) Spain Ademar León
10 October 2009, 16:15 KIF Kolding Denmark 35 : 27 (17 : 13) Switzerland ZMC Amicitia Zürich
10 October 2009, 17:30 Ademar León Spain 37 : 28 (17 : 13) Republic of Macedonia HC Vardar Skopje
11 October 2009, 17:15 FC Barcelona Spain 27 : 30 (16 : 20) Germany THW Kiel
17 October 2009, 17:00 FC Barcelona Spain 46 : 36 (23 : 19) Denmark KIF Kolding
17 October 2009, 17:45 HC Vardar Skopje Republic of Macedonia 23 : 33 (12 : 14) Germany THW Kiel
17 October 2009, 18:15 ZMC Amicitia Zürich Switzerland 27 : 30 (14 : 15) Spain Ademar León
7 November 2009, 16:15 KIF Kolding Denmark 31 : 31 (13 : 13) Germany THW Kiel
7 November 2009, 16:15 FC Barcelona Spain 28 : 22 (13 : 10) Spain Ademar León
7 November 2009, 18:30 HC Vardar Skopje Republic of Macedonia 22 : 22 (14 : 10) Switzerland ZMC Amicitia Zürich
14 November 2009, 17:30 Ademar León Spain 30 : 30 (18 : 15) Denmark KIF Kolding
14 November 2009, 18:30 HC Vardar Skopje Republic of Macedonia 28 : 35 (17 : 16) Spain FC Barcelona
15 November 2009, 17:30 THW Kiel Germany 42 : 24 (18 : 12) Switzerland ZMC Amicitia Zürich
21 November 2009, 16:15 FC Barcelona Spain 35 : 28 (15 : 13) Republic of Macedonia HC Vardar Skopje
21 November 2009, 18:15 ZMC Amicitia Zürich Switzerland 26 : 34 (12 : 19) Germany THW Kiel
22 November 2009, 14:00 KIF Kolding Denmark 21 : 22 (10 : 11) Spain Ademar León
13 February 2010, 18:15 ZMC Amicitia Zürich Switzerland 23 : 26 (09 : 10) Denmark KIF Kolding
13 February 2010, 18:30 HC Vardar Skopje Republic of Macedonia 24 : 31 (11 : 18) Spain Ademar León
14 February 2010, 16:30 THW Kiel Germany 30 : 32 (15 : 17) Spain FC Barcelona
20 February 2010, 16:15 FC Barcelona Spain 37 : 26 (18 : 11) Switzerland ZMC Amicitia Zürich
20 February 2010, 16:15 KIF Kolding Denmark 28 : 21 (15 : 09) Republic of Macedonia HC Vardar Skopje
21 February 2010, 17:00 Ademar León Spain 30 : 35 (17 : 18) Germany THW Kiel
27 February 2010, 15:00 THW Kiel Germany 38 : 23 (20 : 10) Denmark KIF Kolding
27 February 2010, 18:15 ZMC Amicitia Zürich Switzerland 24 : 31 (18 : 15) Republic of Macedonia HC Vardar Skopje
28 February 2010, 18:00 Ademar León Spain 27 : 37 (12 : 20) Spain FC Barcelona
6 March 2010, 16:15 KIF Kolding Denmark 25 : 25 (10 : 12) Spain FC Barcelona
6 March 2010, 18:00 Ademar León Spain 30 : 28 (16 : 11) Switzerland ZMC Amicitia Zürich
7 March 2010, 15:45 THW Kiel Germany 39 : 23 (19 : 13) Republic of Macedonia HC Vardar Skopje

Knockout stage[edit]

1/8 Final[edit]

The Last 16 fixtures of the 2009/10 EHF Men’s Champions League were drawn in the EHF Headquarters on 9 March 2010.
The four group winners were drawn against the teams ranked fourth in the Group Phase. The second ranked teams will meet teams ranked third.

Team 1 Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg Total
Spain Ademar León Russia Chekhovskiye Medvedi 28 March 2010, 19:30 01.04.2010, 19:00 61 : 66
36 : 37 (20 : 18) 25 : 29 (14 : 15)
Poland Vive Targi Kielce Germany HSV Hamburg 27 March 2010, 19:30 03.04.2010, 15:30 54 : 57
24 : 30 (15 : 17) 30 : 27 (16 : 15)
Croatia HC Croatia Zagreb Spain FC Barcelona 27 March 2010, 18:00 03.04.2010, 16:15 59 : 69
26 : 33 (12 : 17) 33 : 36 (18 : 17)
Romania HCM Constanţa Hungary KC Veszprém 28 March 2010, 16:15 03.04.2010, 17:15 49 : 54
23 : 27 (09 : 12) 26 : 27 (14 : 09)
Denmark KIF Kolding France Montpellier HB 27 March 2010, 14:00 03.04.2010, 17:30 49 : 54
26 : 26 (10 : 13) 23 : 28 (14 : 12)
Slovenia Gorenje Spain Ciudad Real 28 March 2010, 18:30 03.04.2010, 18:00 54 : 66
23 : 31 (09 : 14) 31 : 35 (15 : 18)
Spain BM Valladolid Germany Rhein-Neckar Löwen 27 March 2010, 17:00 4 April 2010, 17:15 62 : 67
29 : 30 (14 : 14) 33 : 37 (15 : 21)
Denmark FCK Handbold Germany THW Kiel 28 March 2010, 15:50 4 April 2010, 19:00 54 : 62
31 : 33 (13 : 16) 23 : 29 (12 : 13)

1/4 Final[edit]

The Quarterfinals of the EHF Men's Champions League were drawn in the EHF Headquarters on 6 April 2010.

Team 1 Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg Total
Germany HSV Hamburg Spain BM Ciudad Real 25 April 2010, 17:15 02.05.2010, 19:00 53 : 57
26 : 22 (11 : 8) 27 : 35 (11 : 18)
Germany Rhein-Neckar Löwen Germany THW Kiel 25 April 2010, 19:00 02.05.2010, 17:15 58 : 60
28 : 29 (13 : 15) 30 : 31 (13 : 12)
Russia Chekhovskiye Medvedi France Montpellier HB 28 April 2010, 17:00 01.05.2010, 19:00 64 : 63
32 : 27 (18 : 13) 32 : 36 (12 : 14)
Spain FC Barcelona Hungary KC Veszprém 25 April 2010, 16:45 01.05.2010, 16:20 67 : 60
33 : 27 (17 : 15) 34 : 33 (15 : 19)

Semifinals[edit]

Date Team 1 Team 2 Total
29 May 2010, 15:30 Russia Chekhovskiye Medvedi Spain FC Barcelona 27 : 34 (11 : 17)
29 May 2010, 18:00 Spain BM Ciudad Real Germany THW Kiel 27 : 29 (15 : 12)

3/4 Match[edit]

Date Team 1 Team 2 Total
30 May 2010, 15:30 Russia Chekhovskiye Medvedi Spain BM Ciudad Real 28 : 36 (15 : 19)

Final[edit]

Date Team 1 Team 2 Total
30 May 2010, 18:00 Spain FC Barcelona Germany THW Kiel 34 : 36 (20 : 17)

Top scorers[edit]

Rank Name Team Goals
1 Czech Republic Filip Jicha Germany THW Kiel 119
2 Spain Juan Garcia Lorenzana Spain FC Barcelona 97
3 Romania Laurenţiu Toma Romania HCM Constanţa 90
4 Republic of Macedonia Kiril Lazarov Croatia HC Croatia Zagreb 83
5 Denmark Hans Lindberg Germany HSV Hamburg 82
6 Serbia Rastko Stojkovic Poland Vive Targi Kielce 80
7 Spain Victor Tomas Gonzalez Spain FC Barcelona 77
8 Slovenia Vid Kavticnik France Montpellier HB 76
9 Russia Vasily Filippov Russia Chekhovskiye Medvedi 71
Hungary Gergö Ivancsik Hungary MKB Veszprém
Russia Alexey Rastvortsev Russia Chekhovskiye Medvedi

Source

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Venue: The LANXESS arena". EHF. Retrieved 11 April 2010. 

External links[edit]