2010–11 Women's EHF Cup Winners' Cup

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2010–11 EHF Women's Cup Winners' Cup
Dates 14 October 2010–15 May 2011
Final positions
Champions Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria
Runners-up Spain CB Mar Alicante
Tournament statistics
Top scorer(s) Spain Isabel Ortuño (87)

The 2010–11 EHF Women's Cup Winners' Cup was the thirty-fifth edition of the tournament that is organized by the European Handball Federation for the domestic cup winners in the continent. ŽRK Budućnost Podgorica were the title holders, however, as Montenegrin champions they entered the EHF Champions League this season. FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria won the trophy for the second time in the club's history after beating CB Mar Alicante 57–52 on aggregate in the finals.[1]

Overview[edit]

Team allocation[edit]

Last 16
Austria Hypo Niederösterreich CL Denmark Viborg HK CL France Toulon St-Cyr Var Handball CL Russia Zvezda Zvenigorod CL
Round 3
Austria SSV VEG Dornbirn Schoren Croatia RK Lokomotiva Zagreb Denmark Frederiksberg IF France Metz Handball
Germany HSG Blomberg-Lippe Greece OFN Ionias Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria Kosovo KHF Kastrioti
Montenegro ŽRK Biseri Netherlands Huyser E en O Norway Tertnes HE Poland KGHM Metraco Zagłębie Lubin
Romania CS Tomis Constanţa Russia Rostov-Don Serbia ŽRK Knjaz Miloš Slovakia Banovsky HK Gabor
Spain CB Mar Alicante Turkey Üsküdar BSK Ukraine HC Podatkova University
Round 2
Belarus HPC Arkatron Belgium HB Sint-Truiden Cyprus SPE Strovolos Iceland Fram Reykjavík
Israel Bney Herzeliya Italy ASD HC Sassari Moldova HC SSSno2 Chişinău Portugal Madeira Andebol SAD
Sweden LUGI HF Switzerland LC Brühl Handball

CL Relegated from the EHF Champions League

Round and draw dates[edit]

All draws held at the European Handball Federation headquarters in Vienna, Austria.

Round Draw date First leg Second leg
Round 2 27 July 2010 14–23 October 2010 16–24 October 2010
Round 3 13–20 November 2010 20–21 November 2010
Last 16 23 November 2010 4–11 February 2011 5–13 February 2011
Quarterfinals 15 February 2011 13–18 March 2011 19–20 March 2011
Semifinals 22 March 2011 9–10 April 2011 16–17 April 2011
Finals 19 April 2011 8 May 2011 15 May 2011

Tournament[edit]

Round 2[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
HPC Arkatron Belarus 92–34 Moldova HC SSSno2 Chişinău 51–11 41–23
Fram Reykjavík Iceland 57–50 Switzerland LC Brühl Handball 26–25 31–25
Madeira Andebol SAD Portugal 63–45 Cyprus SPE Strovolos 30–19 33–26
LUGI HF Sweden 70–34 Belgium HB Sint-Truiden 37–16 33–18
ASD HC Sassari Italy 72–55 Israel Bney Herzeliya 38–29 34–26

First leg[edit]

14 October 2010
20:00
ASD HC Sassari Italy 38 – 29 Israel Bney Herzeliya Tel-Aviv
Attendance: 400
Referees: Gökmen, Gök (Turkey)
Mladenović 9 (15–13) Bertaut 8
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16 October 2010
17:00
HPC Arkatron Belarus 51 – 11 Moldova HC SSSno2 Chişinău Sport Palace RCOP, Minsk
Attendance: 300
Referees: Jaskins, Zabko (Latvia)
Shamanouskaya 15 (22–3) Camis 6
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16 October 2010
17:00
Madeira Andebol SAD Portugal 30 – 19 Cyprus SPE Strovolos Pavilhão Gimnodesportivo do Funchal, Funchal
Attendance: 400
Referees: Bonouara, Sami (France)
Tavares 8 (16–9) Bircina 9
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17 October 2010
15:30
LUGI HF Sweden 37 – 16 Belgium HB Sint-Truiden Idrottshallen, Lund
Attendance: 500
Referees: Cernavskis, Bogdanovs (Latvia)
Rosengren Jacobsen 9 (17–9) Leenen 8
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23 October 2010
17:30
Fram Reykjavík Iceland 26 – 25 Switzerland LC Brühl Handball Sporthalle Kreuzbleiche, St. Gallen
Attendance: 700
Referees: Scevola, Alperan (Italy)
Knudsdottir 9 (14–10) Mustafoska 7
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Second leg[edit]

16 October 2010
19:00
Bney Herzeliya Israel 26 – 34 Italy ASD HC Sassari Tel-Aviv
Attendance: 300
Referees: Gökmen, Gök (Turkey)
Bertaut 9 (17–15) Bobrovnikova 8
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17 October 2010
17:00
HC SSSno2 Chişinău Moldova 23 – 41 Belarus HPC Arkatron Sport Palace RCOP, Minsk
Attendance: 200
Referees: Jaskins, Zabko (Latvia)
Donici 7 (13–16) Kamenshykova 8
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23 October 2010
18:00
SPE Strovolos Cyprus 26 – 33 Portugal Madeira Andebol SAD Luceum Arch. Kyprianou, Strovolos
Attendance: 200
Referees: Markovska, Vutov (Bulgaria)
Bircina 9 (13–17) Aguiar 8
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24 October 2010
15:00
HB Sint-Truiden Belgium 18 – 33 Sweden LUGI HF Sint-Truiden
Attendance: 200
Referees: Santos, Fonseca (Portugal)
Leenen 8 (9–13) Radermacher, Ringdahl 7
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24 October 2010
17:30
LC Brühl Handball Switzerland 25 – 31 Iceland Fram Reykjavík Sporthalle Kreuzbleiche, St. Gallen
Attendance: 700
Referees: Scevola, Alperan (Italy)
Mustafoska 6 (12–16) Sigurðardóttir
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Round 3[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
ŽRK Knjaz Miloš Serbia 81–53 Kosovo KHF Kastrioti 47–34 34–29
Üsküdar BSK Turkey 56–68 Norway Tertnes HE 32–34 24–34
Banovsky HK Gabor Slovakia 52–85 Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria 26–32 26–53
RK Lokomotiva Zagreb Croatia 49–31 Netherlands Huyser E en O 20–15 29–16
LUGI HF Sweden 52–47 Montenegro ŽRK Biseri 28–30 24–17
Madeira Andebol SAD Portugal 45–51 Romania CS Tomis Constanţa 27–27 18–24
HPC Arkatron Belarus 55–72 Germany HSG Blomberg-Lippe 27–36 28–36
Rostov-Don Russia 67–57 Italy ASD HC Sassari 35–31 32–26
Fram Reykjavík Iceland 67–45 Ukraine HC Podatkova University 36–21 31–24
KGHM Metraco Zagłębie Lubin Poland 52–55 Spain CB Mar Alicante 30–28 22–27
SSV VEG Dornbirn Schoren Austria 33–84 Denmark Frederiksberg IF 20–37 13–47
OFN Ionias Greece 37–64 France Metz Handball 18–33 19–31

First leg[edit]

13 November 2010
16:00
Madeira Andebol SAD Portugal 27 – 27 Romania CS Tomis Constanţa Pavilhão Gimnodesportivo do Funchal, Funchal
Attendance: 500
Referees: van Dijk, Wijtenburg (Netherlands)
Aguiar 7 (14–13) Barcan-Gheorge 6
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13 November 2010
17:00
KGMH Metraco Zagłębie Lubin Poland 30 – 28 Spain CB Mar Alicante Hala SP nr 14, Lubin
Attendance: 500
Referees: Pech, Vágvölgyi (Hungary)
Semeniuk-Olchawa 10 (13-13) I. Ortuño 12
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13 November 2010
18:00
Banovsky HK Gabor Slovakia 26 – 32 Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria
Attendance: 500
Referees: Christildi, Papamattheou (Greece)
Tóthová 9 (12–20) Szucsánszki 11
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13 November 2010
19:00
SSV VEG Dornbirn Schoren Austria 20 – 37 Denmark Frederiksberg IF Dornbirner Messehalle, Dornbirn
Attendance: 700
Referees: Lah, Sok (Slovenia)
Bundovic 6 (7–17) Touray 11
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14 November 2010
17:00
Üsküdar BSK Turkey 32 – 34 Norway Tertnes HE Haldun Alagaş Sports Hall, Istanbul
Attendance: 400
Referees: Konjicanin, Konjicanin (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Yaman 9 (13–19) Gossé 11
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14 November 2010
18:00
ASD HC Sassari Italy 26 – 32 Russia Rostov-Don Palasantoru, Sassari
Attendance: 1,000
Referees: Erdogan, Özdeniz (Turkey)
Chernova 8 (13–13) Svitanko, Zhuykova 7
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19 November 2010
17:00
LUGI HF Sweden 28 – 30 Montenegro ŽRK Biseri Sportski Centar Ada, Pljevlja
Attendance: 800
Referees: Dimkova, Lyubenova (Bulgaria)
Rosenberg Jacobsen 3 (15–15) Nikolić, Stojanović 8
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19 November 2010
18:30
RK Lokomotiva Zagreb Croatia 20 – 15 Netherlands Huyser E en O Dom Sportova, Zagreb
Attendance: 200
Referees: Gökmen, Gök (Turkey)
Šerić 7 (11–9) Stefánsdóttir 8
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19 November 2010
20:30
OFN Ionias Greece 18 – 33 France Metz Handball Gymnase Jean Pierre Adams, Thionville
Attendance: 1,100
Referees: Siewert Delle, Engberg (Sweden)
Papanikolaou 5 (8–16) Kamto Njitam, Piejos 7
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20 November 2010
14:00
ŽRK Knjaz Miloš Serbia 47 – 24 Kosovo KHF Kastrioti SRC Kale, Skopje
Petrović 14 (21–15) Beba 10
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20 November 2010
17:00
HPC Arkatron Belarus 27 – 36 Germany HSG Blomberg-Lippe Sport Palace RCOP, Minsk
Attendance: 500
Referees: Harabagiu, Stanescu (Romania)
Khlimankova 11 (14–17) Lang 9
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20 November 2010
19:00
Fram Reykjavík Iceland 36 – 21 Ukraine HC Podatkova University Fram Sporthall, Reykjavík
Attendance: 300
Referees: Samuelsen, Hansen (Faroe Islands)
Three players 6 (22–8) Burlachenko 8
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Second leg[edit]

20 November 2010
13:30
Frederiksberg IF Denmark 47 – 13 Austria SSV VEG Dornbirn Schoren Frederiksberghallen, Frederiksberg
Attendance: 200
Referees: Santos, Fonseca (Portugal)
Touray 15 (26–7) Sólyom 5
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20 November 2010
17:00
Rostov-Don Russia 35 – 31 Italy ASD HC Sassari Dvorets Sporta Don, Rostov-on-Don
Attendance: 2,000
Referees: Ilieva, Karbeska (Macedonia)
Shymkute 8 (14–15) Bobrovnikova 9
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20 November 2010
18:00
Tertnes HE Norway 34 – 24 Turkey Üsküdar BSK Haukelandshallen, Bergen
Attendance: 500
Referees: Mykolaitis, Sniurevicius (Lithuania)
Pedersen 8 (17–12) Yilmaz 7
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20 November 2010
19:00
Huyser E en O Netherlands 16 – 29 Croatia RK Lokomotiva Zagreb Dom Sportova, Zagreb
Attendance: 200
Referees: Gökmen, Gök (Turkey)
Kooiper, Schop 3 (8–14) Šerić 7
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21 November 2010
11:00
CS Tomis Constanţa Romania 24 – 18 Portugal Madeira Andebol SAD Sala Sporturilor, Constanţa
Attendance: 900
Referees: Katsikis, Michailidis (Greece)
Barcan-Gheorge 5 (14–8) Sousa 4
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21 November 2010
13:00
KHF Kastrioti Kosovo 29 – 34 Serbia ŽRK Knjaz Miloš SRC Kale, Skopje
Xhemaili 8 (13–21) Radočić 8
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21 November 2010
13:00
CB Mar Alicante Spain 27 – 22 Poland KGMH Metraco Zagłębie Lubin Pabellón Municipal Pitiu Rochel, Alicante
Attendance: 600
Referees: Bonouara, Sami (France)
I. Ortuño 12 (15-9) Semeniuk-Olchawa 8
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21 November 2010
16:00
HSG Blomberg-Lippe Germany 36 – 28 Belarus HPC Arkatron Sport Palace RCOP, Minsk
Attendance: 500
Referees: Harabagiu, Stanescu (Romania)
Richter 9 (16–16) Tsybulka 8
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21 November 2010
17:00
FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria Hungary 53 – 26 Slovakia Banovsky HK Gabor FTC Aréna, Budapest
Attendance: 500
Referees: Antić, Jakovljević (Serbia)
Tomori 10 (29–13) Tóthová 10
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21 November 2010
17:00
ŽRK Biseri Montenegro 17 – 24 Sweden LUGI HF Sportski Centar Ada, Pljevlja
Attendance: 800
Referees: Dimkova, Lyubenova (Bulgaria)
Milič, Stojanović 5 (8–9) Skogsberg 8
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21 November 2010
17:00
HC Podatkova University Ukraine 24 – 31 Iceland Fram Reykjavík Fram Sporthall, Reykjavík
Attendance: 300
Referees: Samuelsen, Hansen (Faroe Islands)
Burlachenko 6 (11–13) Jóhannsdóttir 8
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21 November 2010
17:00
Metz Handball France 31 – 19 Greece OFN Ionias Les Arènes, Metz
Attendance: 2,300
Referees: Siewert Delle, Engberg (Sweden)
(15–8)
Report

Last 16[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
LUGI HF Sweden 50–48 Norway Tertnes HE 27–18 23–30
HSG Blomberg-Lippe Germany 56–53 Iceland Fram Reykjavík 26–24 30–29
Metz Handball France 57–51 Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 27–22 30–29
RK Lokomotiva Zagreb Croatia 49–64 Russia Zvezda Zvenigorod 23–30 26–34
CS Tomis Constanţa Romania 53–68 Russia Rostov-Don 25–38 28–30
ŽRK Knjaz Miloš Serbia 49–79 France Toulon St-Cyr Var Handball 23–43 26–36
Viborg HK Denmark 66–66 (a) Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria 34–33 32–33
Frederiksberg IF Denmark 53–59 Spain CB Mar Alicante 27–24 26–35

First leg[edit]

4 February 2011
18:00
CS Tomis Constanţa Romania 25 – 38 Russia Rostov-Don Dvorets Sporta Don, Rostov-on-Don
Attendance: 2,000
Referees: Argyridis, Mouttas (Cyprus)
Barcan-Gheorghe 9 (10–22) Yartseva 7
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4 February 2011
19:00
LUGI HF Sweden 27 – 18 Norway Tertnes HE Idrottshallen, Lund
Attendance: 800
Referees: Rutkovskis, Dzerve (Latvia)
Rosengren Jacobsen 8 (10–8) Gossé, Haga Holgersen 4
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4 February 2011
19:00
HSG Blomberg-Lippe Germany 26 – 24 Iceland Fram Reykjavík Fram Sporthall, Reykjavík
Attendance: 300
Referees: van de Beek, Egberts (Netherlands)
Richter 9 (18–12) Sigurðardóttir 9
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5 February 2011
15:00
Viborg HK Denmark 34 – 33 Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria Viborg Stadionhal, Viborg
Attendance: 1,700
Referees: Sitsi, Heinla (Estonia)
Jurack 7 (19–18) Zácsik 11
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5 February 2011
15:00
Frederiksberg IF Denmark 27 – 24 Spain CB Mar Alicante Frederiksberghallen, Frederiksberg
Attendance: 200
Referees: Liachovicius, Gecevicius (Lithuania)
Skovgaard, Touray 7 (16–10) I. Ortuño 9
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5 February 2011
17:00
RK Lokomotiva Zagreb Croatia 23 – 30 Russia Zvezda Zvenigorod Zvezda, Zvenigorod
Attendance: 1,000
Referees: Covalciuc, Covalciuc (Moldova)
Šerić 6 (13–15) Dmitrieva 10
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6 February 2011
17:00
Metz Handball France 27 – 22 Austria Hypo Niederösterreich Les Arènes, Metz
Attendance: 4,500
Referees: Marín, Garcia (Spain)
Piejos 6 (11–7) do Nascimento 6
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11 February 2011
20:30
ŽRK Knjaz Miloš Serbia 23 – 43 France Toulon St-Cyr Var Handball Palais des Sports de Toulon, Toulon
Attendance: 2,000
Referees: Kavulic, Skruzny (Czech Republic)
Kuharović, Radoičić 4 (12–22) Mwasesa 10
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Second leg[edit]

5 February 2011
16:00
Fram Reykjavík Iceland 29 – 30 Germany HSG Blomberg-Lippe Fram Sporthall, Reykjavík
Attendance: 500
Referees: van de Beek, Egberts (Netherlands)
Sigurðardóttir, Knútsdóttir 8 (15–13) Hofmann 10
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5 February 2011
17:00
Rostov-Don Russia 30 – 28 Romania CS Tomis Constanţa Dvorets Sporta Don, Rostov-on-Don
Attendance: 1,500
Referees: Argyridis, Mouttas (Cyprus)
Yartseva 7 (17–16) Zamfir 10
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6 February 2011
17:00
Zvezda Zvenigorod Russia 34 – 26 Croatia RK Lokomotiva Zagreb Zvezda, Zvenigorod
Attendance: 1,000
Referees: Covalciuc, Covalciuc (Moldova)
Sen 8 (16–15) Janković 6
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12 February 2011
17:15
Tertnes HE Norway 30 – 23 Sweden LUGI HF Haukelandshallen, Bergen
Attendance: 500
Referees: Eliasson, Gudjonsson (Iceland)
Reinkind 8 (16–12) Rosengren Jacobsen 6
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12 February 2011
18:00
FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria Hungary 33 – 32 Denmark Viborg HK FTC Aréna, Budapest
Attendance: 1,000
Referees: Bashmak, Frolov (Russia)
Tomori 9 (15–18) Jurack 10
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13 February 2011
12:30
CB Mar Alicante Spain 35 – 26 Denmark Frederiksberg IF Pabellón Municipal Pitiu Rochel, Alicante
Attendance: 1,000
Referees: Pavićević, Ražnatović (Montenegro)
I. Ortuño, de Sousa 8 (14–9) Skovgaard 8
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13 February 2011
16:30
Toulon St-Cyr Var Handball France 36 – 26 Serbia ŽRK Knjaz Miloš Palais des Sports de Toulon, Toulon
Attendance: 2,200
Referees: Kavulic, Skruzny (Czech Republic)
Tuvene 9 (16–14) Petrović 8
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13 February 2011
17:00
Hypo Niederösterreich Austria 29 – 30 France Metz Handball Bundessport- und Freizeitzentrum Südstadt, Maria Enzersdorf
Attendance: 700
Referees: Bonifert, Oláh (Hungary)
do Nascimento 12 (16–16) Ognjenović 6
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Quarterfinals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
LUGI HF Sweden 56–54 Germany HSG Blomberg-Lippe 24–29 32–25
CB Mar Alicante Spain 45–43 Russia Rostov-Don 24–22 21–21
Toulon St-Cyr Var Handball France 50–60 Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria 24–23 26–37
Zvezda Zvenigorod Russia 55–57 France Metz Handball 26–29 29–28

First leg[edit]

13 March 2011
12:30
CB Mar Alicante Spain 24 – 22 Russia Rostov-Don Pabellón Municipal Pitiu Rochel, Alicante
Attendance: 1,000
Referees: Florescu, Duta (Romania)
I. Ortuño 7 (14–11) Shymkute 8
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13 March 2011
17:00
Zvezda Zvenigorod Russia 26 – 29 France Metz Handball Zvezda, Zvenigorod
Attendance: 1,000
Referees: Leandersson, Lindroos (Finland)
Vekova 7 (12–17) Franić, Pineau 9
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13 March 2011
18:00
Toulon St-Cyr Var Handball France 24 – 23 Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria Palais des Sports de Toulon, Toulon
Attendance: 2,500
Referees: Veber, Pangerc (Slovenia)
Gnabouyou 6 (16–14) Zácsik 7
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18 March 2011
19:00
LUGI HF Sweden 24 – 29 Germany HSG Blomberg-Lippe Kampa Halle, Minden
Attendance: 1,300
Referees: Tzaferopoulos, Bethmann (Greece)
Rosengren Jacobsen 8 (14–14) Richter 8
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Second leg[edit]

19 March 2011
16:00
HSG Blomberg-Lippe Germany 25 – 32 Sweden LUGI HF Sporthalle Ulmenallee, Blomberg
Attendance: 600
Referees: Tzaferopoulos, Bethmann (Greece)
Hofmann, Langkeit, Richter 5 (14–17) Rosengren Jacobsen 11
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19 March 2011
19:30
Metz Handball France 28 – 29 Russia Zvezda Zvenigorod Les Arènes, Metz
Attendance: 4,500
Referees: Jurinovic, Mrvica (Croatia)
Ognjenović 8 (17–16) Postnova 9
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19 March 2011
20:15
FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria Hungary 37 – 26 France Toulon St-Cyr Var Handball FTC Aréna, Budapest
Attendance: 1,200
Referees: Sivak, Dvorsky (Slovakia)
Szucsánszki, Tomori, Zácsik 9 (19–13) Mwawesa 7
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20 March 2011
17:00
Rostov-Don Russia 21 – 21 Spain CB Mar Alicante Dvorets Sporta Don, Rostov-on-Don
Attendance: 1,400
Referees: Marić, Mašić (Serbia)
Zhuykova 5 (10–13) I. Ortuño 6
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Semifinals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Metz Handball France 56–58 Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria 27–31 29–27
LUGI HF Sweden 46–50 Spain CB Mar Alicante 24–22 22–28

First leg[edit]

9 April 2011
19:30
LUGI HF Sweden 24 – 22 Spain CB Mar Alicante Färs & Frosta Sparbank Arena, Lund
Attendance: 800
Referees: Rakytina, Tkachuk (Ukraine)
Adler 13 (11–10) de Sousa 8
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10 April 2011
17:30
Metz Handball France 27 – 31 Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria Les Arènes, Metz
Attendance: 4,800
Referees: Muro, Rodríguez (Spain)
Ognjenović 6 (12–17) Szádvári 8
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Second leg[edit]

16 April 2011
20:00
CB Mar Alicante Spain 28 – 22 Sweden LUGI HF Pabellón Municipal Pitiu Rochel, Alicante
Attendance: 1,300
Referees: Cirligeanu, Bejinariu (Romania)
I. Ortuño 11 (13–9) Adler, Lagerquist, Linnéll 4
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17 April 2011
14:30
FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria Hungary 27 – 29 France Metz Handball FTC Aréna, Budapest
Attendance: 1,200
Referees: Nybo, Poulsen (Denmark)
Kovacsicz 6 (14–13) Pineau 7
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Finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria Hungary 57–52 Spain CB Mar Alicante 34–29 23–23

First leg[edit]

8 May 2011
15:00
FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria Hungary 34 – 29 Spain CB Mar Alicante Dabas-Diego Sportcsarnok, Dabas
Attendance: 2,500
Referees: Gousko, Repkin (Belarus)
Trufán 7 (17–12) I. Ortuño 14
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Second leg[edit]

15 May 2011
12:30
CB Mar Alicante Spain 23 – 23 Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria Pabellón Municipal Pitiu Rochel, Alicante
Attendance: 2,400
Referees: Vodopivec, Krasna (Slovenia)
I. Ortuño 8 (10–11) Tomori 7
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked
EHF Cup Winners' Cup
2010–11 Winners
Hungary
FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria
Second Title

Top scorers[edit]

Rank[2] Name Team Goals
1 Spain Isabel Ortuño Spain CB Mar Alicante 87
2 Hungary Zita Szucsánszki Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria 65
3 Sweden Sabina Rosengren Jacobsen Sweden LUGI HF 63
4 Hungary Zsuzsanna Tomori Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria 52
5 Hungary Szandra Zácsik Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria 49
6 Hungary Mónika Kovacsicz Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria 46
Sweden Monika Skogsberg Sweden LUGI HF 46
8 Germany Sabrina Richter Germany HSG Blomnberg-Lippe 42
9 Sweden Maria Adler Sweden LUGI HF 41
10 Iceland Stella Sigurðardóttir Iceland Fram Reykjavík 38

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hungarians celebrate in Spain". European Handball Federation. 15 May 2011. Retrieved 29 June 2011. 
  2. ^ "2011 EHF Women's Cup Winners' Cup Top Scorers". European Handball Federation. Retrieved 29 June 2011. 

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