EHF Cup Winners' Cup

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EHF Cup Winners' Cup
EHF Cup Winners Cup.png
Countries Europe
Confederation EHF members
Current champions Germany SG Flensburg (2nd title)
Most championships Spain FC Barcelona (5 titles)

The EHF Cup Winners' Cup was the official competition for men's and women's handball clubs of Europe that won their national cup, and took place every year. From the 2012–13 season, the men's competition was merged with the EHF Cup.[1]

Winners[edit]

Year Final Semi-final losers
Winners Score Runners-up
1975–76
Details
Spain
BM Granollers
21–21, 26–24 West Germany
GW Dankersen
Norway
IF Oppsal Oslo
Switzerland
BSV Bern Muri
1976–77
Details
Soviet Union
MAI Moskva
18–17 East Germany
SC Magdeburg
Spain
Atlético Madrid
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
RK Partizan Bjelovar
1977–78
Details
West Germany
VfL Gummersbach
15–13 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
RK Železničar Niš
France
ASPTT Metz
Poland
Anilana Lodz
1978–79
Details
West Germany
VfL Gummersbach
15–18, 15–11 East Germany
SC Magdeburg
Hungary
Tatabánya KC
Romania
Minaur Baia Mare
1979–80
Details
Spain
Calpisa
16–18, 20–15 West Germany
VfL Gummersbach
Sweden
IK Heim
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
RK Borac Banja Luka
1980–81
Details
West Germany
TuS Nettelstedt
16–18, 17–14 East Germany
SC Empor Rostock
Romania
Minaur Baia Mare
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Metaloplastika Šabac
1981–82
Details
East Germany
SC Empor Rostock
22–18, 14–17 Czechoslovakia
Dukla Prague
West Germany
VfL Gunzburg
Iceland
Throttur Reykjavik
1982–83
Details
Soviet Union
SKA Minsk
24–26, 34–22 Romania
Dinamo Bucureşti
Hungary
Szegedi Volán
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
RK Železničar Niš
1983–84
Details
Spain
FC Barcelona
24–21 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
RK Sloga Doboj
Israel
Maccabi Rishon LeZion
Hungary
Szegedi Volán
1984–85
Details
Spain
FC Barcelona
23–30, 27–20 Soviet Union
CSKA Moskva
Iceland
Víkingur Reykjavík
Sweden
Lugi Handboll
1985–86
Details
Spain
FC Barcelona
20–18, 19–21 West Germany
TV Grosswallstadt
Hungary
MKB Veszprém KC
Romania
Minaur Baia Mare
1986–87
Details
Soviet Union
CSKA Moskva
16–18, 22–17 Switzerland
Amicitia Zürich
West Germany
MTSV Schwabing
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
RK Slovan
1987–88
Details
Soviet Union
SKA Minsk
21–24, 27-15 West Germany
TV Grosswallstadt
Czechoslovakia
HCB Karviná
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
RK Medveščak
1988–89
Details
West Germany
TUSEM Essen
16–17, 19–16 France
US Créteil Handball
Spain
CD Bidasoa Irún
Romania
CS Dinamo Bucureşti
1989–90
Details
Spain
GD TEKA Santander
22–24, 23–18 Sweden
HK Drott Halmstad
West Germany
VfL Gummersbach
Hungary
MKB Veszprém KC
1990–91
Details
Germany
TSV Milbertshofen
15–20, 24–16 Spain
CD Bidasoa Irún
Hungary
MKB Veszprém KC
Spain
CB Cantabria
1991–92
Details
Hungary
SE Bramac Veszprém
24–14, 27–20 Germany
TSV Milbertshofen
Germany
TUSEM Essen
Denmark
GOG Gudme
1992–93
Details
France
OM Vitrolles
23–22, 23–21 Hungary
Fotex Veszprém SE
Germany
TUSEM Essen
Greece
Filippos Verias
1993–94
Details
Spain
FC Barcelona
20–23, 26–14 France
OM Vitrolles
Germany
TSV Bayer Dormagen
Hungary
SC Pick Szeged
1994–95
Details
Spain
FC Barcelona
31–24, 26–22 Denmark
GOG Gudme
Germany
SG Wallau-Massenheim
Switzerland
Borba Luzern
1995–96
Details
Germany
TBV Lemgo
24–19 25–26 Spain
GD TEKA Santander
Republic of Macedonia
Pelister Bitola
Serbia and Montenegro
Red Star Belgrade
1996–97
Details
Spain
Elgorriaga Bidasoa Irun
24–19, 17–19 Hungary
Fotex Veszprém SE
Germany
SC Magdeburg
France
US d'Ivry Handball
1997/98
Details
Spain
Caja Cantabria Santander
30–15 26–24 Germany
HSG Dutenhofen/Münchholzhausen
Norway
Viking
Russia
HC Lokomotiv-Polyot Cheljabinsk
1998–99
Details
Spain
Prosesa Ademar León
19–20, 32–23 Spain
Caja Cantabria Santander
Republic of Macedonia
RK Vardar Vatrostalna Skopje
Serbia and Montenegro
Partizan Beograd
1999–2000
Details
Spain
Portland San Antonio
28–19 20–26 Hungary
Dunaferr Sportegyesület
Denmark
Kolding IF
Slovenia
Prule 67 Ljubljana
2000–01
Details
Germany
SG Flensburg-Handewitt
32–25, 19–24 Spain
CB Ademar León
Spain
BM Valladolid
Germany
TV Grosswallstadt
2001–02
Details
Spain
BM Ciudad Real
31–22, 27–32 Germany
SG Flensburg-Handewitt
Hungary
Dunaferr SE
Serbia and Montenegro
Partizan Beograd
2002–03
Details
Spain
BM Ciudad Real
33–27, 24–24 Sweden
Redbergslids IK
Germany
TBV Lemgo
Slovenia
Celje
2003–04
Details
Spain
Portland San Antonio
31–30 30–26 Spain
BM Valladolid
Germany
TUSEM Essen
Slovenia
Gorenje
2004–05
Details
Spain
CB Ademar León
37–25, 31–25 Croatia
Zagreb
Bosnia and Herzegovina
HRK Izviđač Ljubuški
Republic of Macedonia
RK Vardar Vatrostalna Skopje
2005–06
Details
Russia
Chekhovskiye Medvedi
29–36, 32–24 Spain
BM Valladolid
Germany
HSG Nordhorn
Romania
HCM Constanta
2006–07
Details
Germany
HSV Hamburg
28–24, 33–37 Spain
CB Ademar León
Bosnia and Herzegovina
RK "Bosna" Sarajevo
Croatia
RK Zagreb
2007–08
Details
Hungary
MKB Veszprém KC
37–32, 28–28 Germany
Rhein-Neckar Löwen
Switzerland
Kadetten Schaffhausen
Spain
BM Valladolid
2008–09
Details
Spain
BM Valladolid
31–30, 24–23 Germany
HSG Nordhorn
Switzerland
ZMC Amicitia Zürich
Switzerland
Kadetten Schaffhausen
2009–10
Details
Germany
VfL Gummersbach
34–25, 33–37 Spain
BM Granollers
Spain
SDC San Antonio
Romania
Steaua MFA Bucureşti
2010–11
Details
Germany
VfL Gummersbach
30–28, 26–26 France
Tremblay en France
Spain
Amaya Sport San Antonio
Republic of Macedonia
RK Vardar PRO
2011–12
Details
Germany
SG Flensburg-Handewitt
34–33, 32–28 Germany
VfL Gummersbach
Spain
CAI BM Aragon
Slovenia
Celje

By Country[edit]

Rank Country Winners Runners-up Finals Total
1 Spain Spain 17 8 25
2 Germany Germany
 East Germany
 
11
1
12
10
3
13
21
4
25
3  Soviet Union
Russia Russia
 
2
1
3
1
0
1
3
1
4
4 Hungary Hungary 2 3 5
5  Belarus 2 0 2
6 France France 1 3 4
7 Sweden Sweden 0 2 2
8 Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia & Herzegovina 0 1 1
Croatia Croatia 0 1 1
 Czech Republic 0 1 1
Denmark Denmark 0 1 1
Romania Romania 0 1 1
Serbia Serbia 0 1 1
  Switzerland 0 1 1
Total 37 37 74

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