2010–11 Women's EHF Cup

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The 2010–11 Women's EHF Cup was the 30th edition of the competition, taking place from 4 September 2010 to 8 May 2011. Denmark's FC Midtjylland defeated compatriot Team Tvis Holstebro to win its second EHF Cup.[1] It was the second time the final was played by two clubs from the same country.[2]

First Qualifying Round[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Athieniou Cyprus 58–61 Kosovo Prishtina 36–34 22–27
Valur Iceland 56–51 Slovakia Iuventa Michalovce 26–21 30–30

Second Qualifying Round[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
León Spain 96–30 Republic of Macedonia Kale Kicevo 50–16 46–14
Prishtina Kosovo 46–77 Russia Kuban Krasnodar 24–42 22–35
Ilidza Bosnia and Herzegovina 25–56 Switzerland Spono Nottwil 12–28 13–28
Gorodnichanka Belarus 48–67 Sweden Skövde 23–34 25–33
Békéscsabai Előre Hungary 54–54 (a) Slovenia Olimpija Ljubljana 32–23 22–31
Tvis Holstebro Denmark 84–37 Greece Anagennisi Artas 49–18 35–19
Izmir Turkey 77–58 Switzerland Zug 37–26 40–32
Gdynia Poland 57–78 Hungary Váci 32–40 25–38
Femina Vise Belgium 34–71 Romania Dunărea Brăila 17–32 17–39
Buxtehuder Germany 75–37 Ukraine Zaporozhye 37–21 38–16
Hellas Den Haag Netherlands 42–55 Serbia Naisa 22–28 20–27
Le Havre France 53–40 Portugal João de Barros 24–21 29–19
Frisch Auf! Göppingen Germany 75–37 Cyprus Latsia 64–41 30–22
Teramo Italy 50–61 Portugal Gil Eanes 21–31 29–30
Oldenburg Germany 62–53 Iceland Valur 36–25 26–28
Zalău Romania 85–27 Luxembourg Dudelange 43–16 42–11

Round of 32[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
León Spain 52–57 Spain Sagunto 24–24 28–33
Kuban Krasnodar Russia 60–52 Turkey Maliye 33–26 27–26
Lada Togliatti Russia 67–36 Switzerland Spono Nottwil 37–24 30–12
Skövde Sweden 44–48 Republic of Macedonia Metalurg Skopje 20–27 24–21
Spartak Kiev Ukraine 51–54 Slovenia Olimpija Ljubljana 26–24 25–30
Tvis Holstebro Denmark 54–49 Germany Bayer Leverkusen 27–23 27–26
Izmir Turkey 44–58 Norway Byåsen 25–29 19–29
Váci Hungary 81–65 Spain Elda 38–30 43–35
Patras Greece 47–52 Romania Dunărea Brăila 21–22 26–30
Buxtehuder Germany 52–53 Denmark Esbjerg 29–25 23–28
Naisa Serbia 49–62 Denmark Midtjylland 23–31 26–31
Lublin Poland 44–48 France Le Havre 22–24 22–24
Vejen Denmark 65–48 Germany Frisch Auf! Göppingen 28–19 37–29
Gil Eanes Portugal 59–68 Netherlands VOC Amsterdam 30–34 29–34
Universitatea Cluj Romania 58–67 Germany Oldenburg 28–30 30–37
Zalău Romania 51–55 Serbia Zajecar 29–25 22–30

Round of 16[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Sagunto Spain 74–59 Russia Kuban Krasnodar 42–31 32–28
Lada Togliatti Russia 59–40 Republic of Macedonia Metalurg Skopje 31–17 28–23
Olimpija Ljubljana Slovenia 30–102 Denmark Tvis Holstebro 11–54 19–48
Byåsen Norway 58–60 Hungary Váci NKSE 34–29 24–31
Dunărea Brăila Romania 42–46 Denmark Esbjerg 20–21 22–25
Midtjylland Denmark 52–37 France Le Havre 28–14 24–23
Vejen Denmark 65–46 Netherlands VOC Amsterdam 37–22 28–24
Oldenburg Germany 81–56 Serbia Zajecar 42–25 39–31

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Sagunto Spain 40–51 Russia Lada Togliatti 23–28 19–23
Tvis Holstebro Denmark 65–60 Hungary Váci 36–32 29–28
Esbjerg Denmark 50–51 Denmark Midtjylland 21–27 29–24
Vejen Denmark 50–55 Germany Oldenburg 24–26 26–29

Semifinals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Lada Togliatti Russia 51–52 Denmark Tvis Holstebro 32–26 19–26
Midtjylland Denmark 52–48 Germany Oldenburg 27–19 25–29

Final[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Tvis Holstebro Denmark 47–52 Denmark Midtjylland 26–24 21–28

References[edit]

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