2013–14 Women's EHF Cup

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The 2013–14 Women's EHF Cup will be 33rd edition of EHF's second-tier women's handball competition. It is scheduled to start on October 5, 2013.[1]

Qualifying stages[edit]

First qualifier[edit]

Local team Aggregate Away team 1st leg 2nd leg
Zrinjski Mostar Bosnia and Herzegovina 30–63 Netherlands VOC Amsterdam 17–34 13–29
DHW Antwerpen Belgium 38–66 Croatia Liones Samobor 20–37 18–29
HC Gomel Belarus 50–43 Portugal Colégio João de Barros 24–20 26–23
Ormi Patras Greece 35–46 Luxembourg HB Dudelange 16–24 19–22
Olympia London England 27–58 Iceland Fram Reykjavík 13–38 14–20
Karpaty Uzhgorod Ukraine 70–50 Lithuania Žalgiris Kaunas 28–23 42–27
Baník Most Czech Republic 48–39 Norway Levanger HK 27–22 21–17
Bnei Herzliya Israel 45–81 Slovakia Iuventa Michalovce 28–40 17–41
Etar Veliko Tarnovo Bulgaria 44–50 Greece PAOK 24–22 20–28
Kastrioti Ferizaj Kosovo 56–67 Belgium Fémina Visé 25–30 31–37

Second qualifier[edit]

Local team Aggregate Away team 1st leg 2nd leg
Lada Togliatti Russia 70–55 Croatia Liones Samobor 33–26 37–29
Fram Reykjavík Iceland 42–70 Hungary Köfem SC 20–34 22–36
HC Zalău Romania 53–54 Czech Republic Baník Most 28–21 25–33
Rocasa Remudas Spain 56–46 Belarus HC Gomel 30–20 26–26
Universitatea Cluj Romania 71–53 Greece PAOK 39–25 32–28
HC Astrakhanochka Russia 61–47 Poland Politechnika Koszalin 36–27 25–20
Fémina Visé Belgium 46–51 Turkey Çankaya Belediyesi 24–22 22–29
Elche Mustang Spain 74–48 Luxembourg HB Dudelange 40–22 34–26
Iuventa Michalovce Slovakia 52–51 Slovenia Gen-I Zagorje 31–24 21–27
Love Tiles Alavarium Portugal 55–81 Germany Bayer Leverkusen 28–43 27–38
Dynamo Volgograd Russia 72–37 Switzerland LC Brühl 36–22 36–15
Zito Prilep Republic of Macedonia 20–69 Germany Frisch Auf Göppingen 8–38 12–31
Karpaty Uzhgorod Ukraine 44–56 Denmark København HB 17–22 27–34
Radnički Kragujevac Serbia 50–54 Denmark Team Esbjerg 24–28 26–26
Ipress Vác Hungary 49–43 Netherlands VOC Amsterdam 25–18 24–25
Skuru IK Sweden 73–61 Spain Helvetia Alcobendas 34–28 39–33

Final stages[edit]

  Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                                             
          
          
            
            
        
          
            
            
          
          
          
            
        
          
          
          
          
          
          
            
        
          
          
            
          
          
          
            
        
          

References[edit]

  1. ^ Schedule and results in EHF's website