EHF Cup

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EHF Cup
EHF Cup logo.svg
Countries EHF members
Confederation European Union EHF (Europe)
Founded 1981
Number of teams 16 (group stage)
32 (total)
Levels on pyramid Level 2
International cup(s) EHF Champions League
EHF Challenge Cup
Current champions Hungary Pick Szeged (1st title)
Most championships Germany Magdeburg
Germany THW Kiel (3 titles)
Website Official website
2013–14 Season

The EHF Cup, formerly known as the IHF Cup until 1993, is an official competition for men's handball clubs of Europe. Starting from the 2012–13 season, the competition has been merged with the EHF Cup Winners' 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
1981–82
Details
West Germany
VfL Gummersbach
23–14 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Željezničar
Czechoslovakia
Slavia Prague
Switzerland
Pfadi Winterthur
1982–83
Details
Soviet Union
ZTR Zaporozhye
23–16 / 22–20 Sweden
IFK Karlskrona
1983–84
Details
West Germany
TV Grosswallstadt
16–15 / 20–19 Denmark
HG Gladsaxe
1984–85
Details
Romania
HC Minaur Baia Mare
22–17 / 14–18 Soviet Union
ZTR Zaporozhye
1985–86
Details
Hungary
Raba Vasas ETO Györ
23–17 / 20–24 Spain
Tecnisa Alicante
1986–87
Details
Soviet Union
Granitas Kaunas
23–23 / 18–18 Spain
Atlético Madrid BM
1987–88
Details
Romania
HC Minaur Baia Mare
20–21 / 23–20 Soviet Union
Granitas Kaunas
1988–89
Details
West Germany
TURU Düsseldorf
17–12 / 15–18 East Germany
ASK Vorwärts Frankfurt
1989–90
Details
Soviet Union
SKIF Krasnodar
25–27 / 29–13 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Proleter Zrenjanin
1990–91
Details
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Borac
20–15 / 23–24 Russia
CSKA Moskva
1991–92
Details
Germany
SG Wallau-Massenheim
23–25 / 22–20 Belarus
SKA Minsk
1992–93
Details
Spain
CB Cantabria
24–20 / 26–20 Germany
Bayer Dormagen
1993–94
Details
Spain
Alzira Avidesa
23–19 / 21–22 Austria
ASKÖ Linde Linz
Spain
Elgorriaga Bidasoa
Romania
Steaua Bucuresti
1994–95
Details
Spain
BM Granollers
26–24 / 23–21 Russia
Polyot Cheljabinsk
Slovenia
Gorenje
Germany
SG Vfl BHW Hameln
1995–96
Details
Spain
BM Granollers
28–18 / 28–27 Ukraine
Shakhtar-Academiya
Croatia
Zadar Gortan
Germany
SG Flensburg-Handewitt
1996–97
Details
Germany
SG Flensburg-Handewitt
22–25 / 30–17 Denmark
Virum Sorgenfri
Spain
Academia Octavio Vigo
Spain
BM Granollers
1997–98
Details
Germany
THW Kiel
23–25 / 26–21 Germany
SG Flensburg-Handewitt
Russia
CSKA Moskva
Croatia
Brodomerkur
1998–99
Details
Germany
SC Magdeburg
22–30 / 31–22 Spain
BM Valladolid
Germany
TBV Lemgo
Norway
Sandefjord TIF
1999–00
Details
Croatia
RK Metković Jambo
24–22 / 23–25 Germany
SG Flensburg-Handewitt
Portugal
ABC Braga
Slovenia
Prevent Slovenj Gradec
2000–01
Details
Germany
SC Magdeburg
27–27 / 26–22 Croatia
RK Metković Jambo
Spain
Bidasoa Irun
Iceland
Haukar
2001–02
Details
Germany
THW Kiel
36–29 / 24–28 Spain
FC Barcelona Handbol
Germany
SG Wallau-Massenheim
Germany
BM Galdar
2002–03
Details
Spain
FC Barcelona Handbol
35–23 / 33–26 Russia
Lukoil-Dynamo Astrakhan
Hungary
Dunaferr SE
Spain
BM Altea
2003–04
Details
Germany
THW Kiel
32–28 / 27–19 Spain
BM Altea
Romania
Dinamo-Romc. Bucuresti
Russia
Lukoil-Dynamo Astrakhan
2004–05
Details
Germany
TUSEM Essen
22–30 / 31–22 Germany
SC Magdeburg
Germany
VfL Gummersbach
Russia
Lukoil-Dynamo Astrakhan
2005–06
Details
Germany
TBV Lemgo
30–29 / 25–22 Germany
Frisch Auf Göppingen
France
US Créteil Handball
Germany
VfL Gummersbach
2006–07
Details
Germany
SC Magdeburg
30–30 / 31–28 Spain
CAI BM Aragón
Switzerland
Grasshopper Club Zürich
Denmark
Skjern Handball
2007–08
Details
Germany
HSG Nordhorn
31–27 / 29–30 Denmark
FCK Handball
Spain
CAI BM Aragón
Slovenia
Cimos Koper
2008–09
Details
Germany
VfL Gummersbach
29–28 / 26–22 Slovenia
Gorenje
Switzerland
TSV St. Otmar St. Gallen
Spain
CAI BM Aragón
2009–10
Details
Germany
TBV Lemgo
24–18 / 28–30 Switzerland
Kadetten SH Handball
Spain
Naturhouse La Rioja
Germany
SG Flensburg-Handewitt
2010–11
Details
Germany
Frisch Auf Göppingen
23–21 / 30–26 Germany
TV Grosswallstadt
Spain
Naturhouse La Rioja
Germany
TBV Lemgo
2011–12
Details
Germany
Frisch Auf Göppingen
34–28 / 26–26 France
Dunkerque HB
Germany
Rhein-Neckar Löwen
Germany
SC Magdeburg
2012–13
Details
Germany
Rhein-Neckar Löwen
26–24 France
HBC Nantes
Denmark
Tvis Holstebro
Germany
Frisch Auf Göppingen
2013–14
Details
Hungary
Pick Szeged
29–28 France
Montpellier AHB
Germany
Füchse Berlin
Romania
HCM Constanţa

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