EHF Challenge Cup

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EHF Challenge Cup
EHF Challenge Cup logo.svg
Countries Europe
Confederation EHF members
Current champions Sweden IK Sävehof
Most championships Romania CS UCM Reşiţa (3 Titles)

The EHF Challenge Cup is an official European Handball Federation competition for men's clubs of Europe and takes place every year. Before 1999–2000, it was called EHF City Cup.

The EHF coefficient rank decides which teams have access and in which stage they enter.

Winners[edit]

Year Final Semi Final Losers
Champion Score Second Place
1993–94
Details
Germany
TUSEM Essen
27-17, 31-26 Sweden
HK Drott
Spain
BM Granollers
France
PSG Asnieres Hand-Ball
1994–95
Details
Germany
TV Niederwürzbach
26-29, 32-26 Spain
Cadagua Gáldar
Germany
TUSEM Essen
Portugal
ABC Braga
1995–96
Details
Norway
Drammen HK
22-21, 27-21 Germany
SG Hameln
Hungary
SC Pick Szeged
Sweden
IFK Skövde HK
1996–97
Details
Germany
TuS Nettelstedt
32-19, 27-23 Denmark
Kolding IF
Norway
Drammen HK
Norway
Sandefjord TIF
1997–98
Details
Germany
TuS Nettelstedt
24-22, 25-23 Sweden
IFK Skövde HK
Germany
SG Wallau-Massenheim
Spain
Academia Octavio Vigo
1998–99
Details
Germany
SG Flensburg-Handewitt
27-27, 26-21 Spain
A.D.C. Ciudad Real
Germany
TuS Nettelstedt
Norway
Drammen HK
1999–00
Details
Germany
TV Grosswallstadt
30-23, 27-32 Spain
BM Valladolid
Switzerland
Pfadi Winterthur
Serbia and Montenegro
RK Sintelon
2000–01
Details
Serbia and Montenegro
RK Jugović Kać
27-27, 26-22 Switzerland
Pfadi Winterthur
Italy
SSV Forst Brixen
Poland
WKS Śląsk Wrocław
2001–02
Details
Denmark
Skjern Handball
20-27, 34-17 Republic of Macedonia
RK Pelister
Denmark
Frederiksberg IF
France
US Ivry Handball
2002–03
Details
Denmark
Skjern Handball
27-30, 35-25 Greece
Filippos Verias
France
US Créteil Handball
Sweden
IK Sävehof
2003–04
Details
Sweden
IFK Skövde HK
20-21, 27-24 France
US Dunkerque HB
Romania
HCM Constanţa
Italy
Generali Pallamano Trieste
2004–05
Details
Switzerland
Wacker Thun
29-24, 26-29 Portugal
ABC Braga
Austria
HC Superfund Hard
Switzerland
TSV St. Otmar St. Gallen
2005–06
Details
Romania
CSA Steaua București
21-26, 34-27 Portugal
SC Horta
Croatia
Agram-Medvescak Zagreb
Switzerland
BSV Bern Muri
2006–07
Details
Romania
CS UCM Reşiţa
26-26, 36-36 Norway
Drammen HK
Poland
MKS Zagłębie Lubin
Russia
Locomotiv-Polyot Cheljabinsk
2007–08
Details
Romania
CS UCM Reşiţa
28-29, 26-18 Austria
Alpla Hard
Portugal
SL Benfica
Switzerland
Pfadi Winterthur
2008–09
Details
Romania
CS UCM Reşiţa
25-27, 25-20 Romania
CSU Bucovina Suceava
Turkey
Beşiktaş JK
Switzerland
BSV Bern Muri
2009–10
Details
Portugal
Sporting CP
27-25, 27-26 Poland
MMTS Kwidzyn
Slovenia
RD Slovan
Italy
Bologna United
2010–11
Details
Slovenia
RK Cimos Koper
27–27, 31–27 Portugal
S.L. Benfica
Serbia
RK Partizan Dunav Osiguranje
Romania
Ştiinţa Municipal Dedeman Bacău
2011–12
Details
Greece
AC Diomidis Argous
26–23, 20–22 Switzerland
Wacker Thun
Portugal
Sporting CP
Israel
Maccabi Tel Aviv
2012–13
Details
Belarus
SKA Minsk
31–26, 32–24 Luxembourg
Handball Esch
Norway
IL Runar
Romania
CSU Bucovina Suceava
2013–14
Details
Sweden
IK Sävehof
0-0, 37-26 Serbia
RK Metaloplastika Šabac
Poland
KS Azoty-Puławy
Portugal
Águas Santas

Performances[edit]

By teams[edit]

Team Won Runner-up Years won Years runner-up
Romania CS UCM Reşiţa 3 0 2007, 2008, 2009
Germany TuS Nettelstedt 2 0 1997, 1998
Denmark Skjern Handball 2 0 2002, 2003
Sweden IFK Skövde HK 1 1 2004 1998
Norway Drammen HK 1 1 1996 2007
Switzerland Wacker Thun 1 1 2005 2012
Germany TUSEM Essen 1 0 1994
Germany TV Niederwürzbach 1 0 1995
Germany SG Flensburg-Handewitt 1 0 1999
Germany TV Grosswallstadt 1 0 2000
Serbia and Montenegro RK Jugović Kać 1 0 2001
Romania CSA Steaua București 1 0 2006
Portugal Sporting CP 1 0 2010
Slovenia RK Cimos Koper 1 0 2011
Greece AC Diomidis Argous 1 0 2012
Belarus SKA Minsk 1 0 2013
Sweden IK Sävehof 1 0 2014
Sweden HK Drott 0 1 1994
Spain Cadagua Gáldar 0 1 1995
Germany SG Hameln 0 1 1996
Denmark Kolding IF 0 1 1997
Spain A.D.C. Ciudad Real 0 1 1999
Spain BM Valladolid 0 1 2000
Switzerland Pfadi Winterthur 0 1 2001
Republic of Macedonia RK Pelister 0 1 2002
Greece Filippos Verias 0 1 2003
France US Dunkerque HB 0 1 2004
Portugal ABC Braga 0 1 2005
Portugal SC Horta 0 1 2006
Austria Alpla Hard 0 1 2008
Romania CSU Bucovina Suceava 0 1 2009
Poland MMTS Kwidzyń 0 1 2010
Portugal S.L. Benfica 0 1 2011
Luxembourg Handball Esch 0 1 2013
Serbia RK Metaloplastika Šabac 0 1 2014

By countries[edit]

Nation Won Runner-up Finals
 Germany
6
1
7
 Romania
4
1
5
 Sweden
2
2
4
 Denmark
2
1
3
 Portugal
1
3
4
  Switzerland
1
2
3
 Norway
1
1
2
 Greece
1
1
2
 Serbia
1
1
2
 Slovenia
1
0
1
 Belarus
1
0
1
 Spain
0
3
3
 Macedonia
0
1
1
 France
0
1
1
 Austria
0
1
1
 Poland
0
1
1
 Luxembourg
0
1
1

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