2012–13 Women's EHF Cup

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The 2012–13 Women's EHF Cup was the 32nd edition of the competition, running from 13 October 2012 to May 2013.[1]

2010–11 runner-up Team Tvis Holstebro defeated Metz HB in the final overcoming a home 4-goals loss to win its first international trophy and the third win for Denmark in four years. They previously defeated defending champion Lada Togliatti in the round of 16 and FC Midtjylland, which defeated them in the 2011 final, in the semifinals. Metz, which defeated the previous season's runner-up HC Zalău in the semifinals, was the first French team to reach the competition's final since 1993.

First Qualifying Round[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Megas Alexandros Greece 49–49 Kosovo Prishtina 27–27 22–22
Gorodnichanka Belarus 48–77 Hungary Érdi 25–46 23–31
Dunarea Braila Romania 72–29 Montenegro Biseri Pljevlja 39–14 33–15
Teramo Italy 0–20 Spain Alcobendas 0–10 0–10
Tvis Holstebro Denmark 96–47 Bosnia and Herzegovina Borac Banja Luka 54–22 42–25
Maccabi Ramat Gan Israel 44–82 Belgium Fémina Visé 21–41 23–41
Valencia Aicequip Spain 47–64 Iceland Valur 22–27 25–37
Zaglebie Lubin Poland 43–37 Croatia Zelina 22–18 21–19
Tertnes Norway 53–42 Iceland Fram 35–21 18–21
Sassari Italy 63–49 Israel Bnei Herzliya 30–24 33–25
Karpaty Uzhgorod Ukraine 74–45 Bulgaria Etar Veliko Tarnovo 34–17 40–28
Sokol Poruba Czech Republic 52–59 Russia Astrakhanochka 23–23 29–36

Second Qualifying Round[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Juve Lis Portugal 49–48 Switzerland Spono Nottwil 24–26 25–22
Érdi Hungary 63–63 France Metz 37–31 26–32
Sassari Italy 0–20 Russia Lada Togliatti 0–10 0–10
Zaglebie Lubin Poland 55–53 Belarus BNTU Minsk 30–29 25–24
Alcobendas Spain 32–74 Denmark Midtjylland 14–37 18–37
Valur Iceland 45–45 Romania Zalau 24–23 21–22
Astrakhanochka Russia 63–59 Hungary Siófok 41–28 22–31
Itxako Spain 73–41 Cyprus Latsia 33–23 40–18
Karpaty Uzhgorod Ukraine 54–55 Serbia Radnicki Kragujevac 31–22 23–33
Lugi Sweden 50–72 Denmark Tvis Holstebro 24–39 26–33
Zagorje Slovenia 69–40 Kosovo Prishtina 43–22 26–18
Patras Greece 35–55 Republic of Macedonia Vardar Skopje 19–28 16–27
Kuban Krasnodar Russia 52–51 RomaniaDunarea Braila 28–22 24–29
Westfriesland Netherlands 37–69 France Le Havre 22–38 15–31
Cankaya Turkey 73–46 Belgium Fémina Visé 31–21 42–25
Tertnes Norway 64–58 Germany Frankfurter 34–22 30–36

Round of 16[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Astrakhanochka Russia 78–50 Serbia Radnicki Kragujevac 41–25 37–25
Cankaya Turkey 60–60 Spain Itxako 37–24 23–36
Tertnes Norway 64–51 France Le Havre 33–23 31–28
Zalau Romania 54–22 Portugal Juve Lis 25–14 29–8
Vardar Skopje Republic of Macedonia 47–50 Russia Kuban Krasnodar 30–28 17–22
Tvis Holstebro Denmark 54–49 Russia Lada Togliatti 24–19 30–30
Midtjylland Denmark 59–50 Slovenia Zagorje 31–28 28–22
Metz France 53–50 Poland Zaglebie Lubin 29–28 24–22

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Itxako Spain 42–70 Romania Zalau 22–31 20–39
Tvis Holstebro Denmark 66–62 Norway Tertnes 36–29 30–33
Midtjylland Denmark 65–43 Russia Kuban Krasnodar 39–21 26–22
Astrakhanochka Russia 45–52 France Metz 26–19 19–33

Semifinals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Metz France 60–36 Romania Zalau 34–15 26–21
Midtjylland Denmark 46–47 Denmark Tvis Holstebro 22–29 24–18

Final[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Tvis Holstebro Denmark 64–63 France Metz 31–35 33–28

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