2011–12 Women's EHF Cup

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The 2011–12 EHF Cup was the 31st edition of the competition. Lada Togliatti defeated HC Zalău in the final to win its second international title after the 2002 Cup Winners' Cup. Mar Alicante and KIF Vejen also reached the semifinals.[1]

Qualifying round[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Dudelange Luxembourg 73 - 30 Cyprus Aradhippou 36 - 10 37 - 20
Arkatron Minsk Belarus 62 - 47 Kosovo Prishtina 33 - 24 29 - 23
Kärnten Twisters Austria 62 - 40 Montenegro Biseri 31 - 21 31 - 19
Maccabi Ramat Gan Israel 43 - 58 Israel Bnei Hertzeliya 21 - 25 22 - 33

Round of 32[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Esbjerg Denmark 67 - 29 Greece Anagennisi Arta 31 - 15 36 - 14
Tvis Holstebro Denmark 97 - 47 Ukraine Karpaty Uzhgorod 57 - 24 40 - 23
Lugi Sweden 47 - 54 Russia Lada Togliatti 24 - 25 23 - 29
Antwerpen Belgium 29 - 81 Spain Bera Bera 14 - 44 37 - 15
João do Barros Portugal 33 - 68 Denmark Vejen 16 - 38 17 - 30
Strovolos Cyprus 40 - 85 Germany Frankfurter 19 - 46 21 - 39
VOC Amsterdam Netherlands 50 - 50 Germany Bayer Leverkusen 26 - 25 24 - 25
Astrakhanochka Russia 76 - 30 Luxembourg Dudelange 40 - 18 36 - 12
Arkatron Minsk Belarus 39 - 60 Spain Mar Alicante 22 - 31 17 - 29
Vardar Skopje Republic of Macedonia 40 - 79 Hungary Békéscsabai Előre 20 - 39 20 - 40
Maliye Turkey 84 - 52 Serbia Naisa 44 - 26 40 - 26
BNTU Minsk Belarus 55 - 59 Hungary Váci 32 - 35 23 - 24
Zofingen Switzerland 39 - 88 France Mios Biganos 16 - 42 26 - 43
Cercle Nimes France 63 - 56 Austria Kärnten Twisters 34 - 30 29 - 26
Lublin Poland 57 - 60 Romania Bucharest 32 - 30 25 - 30
Bnei Hertzeliya Israel 42 - 63 Romania Zalău 21 - 33 21 - 30

Round of 16[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Esbjerg Denmark 52 - 54 Denmark Tvis Holstebro 28 - 27 24 - 27
Lada Togliatti Russia 62 - 57 Spain Bera Bera 28 - 22 34 - 35
Vejen Denmark 51 - 50 Germany Frankfurter 30 - 30 21 - 20
Bayer Leverkusen Germany 51 - 44 Russia Astrakhanochka 29 - 22 22 - 22
Mar Alicante Spain 47 - 44 Hungary Békéscsabai Előre 22 - 25 25 - 19
Maliye Turkey 55 - 52 Hungary Váci 35 - 28 20 - 24
Mios Biganos France 51 - 55 France Cercle Nimes 27 - 27 24 - 28
Bucharest Romania 44 - 55 Romania Zalău 24 - 27 20 - 28

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Tvis Holstebro Denmark 72 - 72 Russia Lada Togliatti 42 - 34 30 - 38
Vejen Denmark 60 - 57 Germany Bayer Leverkusen 35 - 25 25 - 32
Mar Alicante Spain 52 - 46 Turkey Maliye 26 - 26 26 - 20
Cercle Nimes France 53 - 56 Romania Zalău 24 - 27 29 - 29

Semifinals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Lada Togliatti Russia 43 - 37 Denmark Vejen 21 - 16 22 - 21
Mar Alicante Spain 46 - 54 Romania Zalău 20 - 30 26 - 24

Final[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Lada Togliatti Russia 51–44 Romania Zalău 30–24 21–20

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