Women's EHF Cup Winners' Cup

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Women's EHF Cup Winners' Cup
Most recent season or competition:
2013–14 EHF Women's Cup Winners' Cup
EHF Women's Cup Winners' Cup logo.svg
Sport Handball
Founded 1993
No. of teams 32
Country EHF members
Continent Europe
Most recent champion(s) Austria Hypo Niederösterreich
Most titles Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria (3)
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia RK Radnicki Belgrade (3)
Socialist Federal Republic of YugoslaviaSerbia and MontenegroMontenegro ŽRK Budućnost Podgorica (3)
Related competitions EHF Champions League
EHF Cup
Official website EHF Cup Winners' Cup

The Women's EHF Cup Winners' Cup is an official competition for women's handball clubs of Europe and has been contested yearly since 1993. It is organised by the European Handball Federation (EHF). Teams can qualify for the EHF Cup either directly by winning their domestic cup or by being eliminated at the Group Matches stage of the Champions League.

Summary[edit]

Year Final Semi Final Losers
Champion Score Second Place
1976-77
Details
East Germany
Berliner TSC
18–15 Soviet Union
Spartak Baku
Hungary
Csepel SC
West Germany
Gutsmuths Berlin
1977-78
Details
Hungary
Ferencvárosi TC
18–17 East Germany
SC Leipzig
Czechoslovakia
Inter Bratislava
Denmark
GK Svendborg
1978-79
Details
East Germany
Berliner TSC
40–30
(20-15, 20-15)
Hungary
Ferencvárosi TC
Denmark
AIA Tranbjerg
Soviet Union
Žalgiris Kaunas
1979-80
Details
Czechoslovakia
Iskra Partizánske
32–32 (PSO: 3–2)
(16-16, 16-16)
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Lokomotiva Zagreb
Romania
Confecția Bucharest
West Germany
Gutsmuths Berlin
1980-81
Details
Hungary
Budapesti Spartacus SC
40–34
(18-17, 22-17)
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Szeculics Szombor
Bulgaria
Sportist Kremikovtsi
Sweden
Västerås Irsta
1981-82
Details
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
RK Osijek
54–38
(27-21, 27-17)
Hungary
Budapesti Spartacus SC
East Germany
Vorwärts Frankfurt
Soviet Union
Rostselmash Rostov
1982-83
Details
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
RK Osijek
46–46
(21-27, 25-19)
East Germany
SC Magdeburg
Czechoslovakia
TJ Gottwaldov
Soviet Union
Rostselmash Rostov
1983-84
Details
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Dalma Split
48–33
(26-15, 22-18)
Czechoslovakia
TJ Gottwaldow
Hungary
Épitők SC
Austria
Admira Landhaus Wien
1984-85
Details
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Buducnost Titograd
55–36
(33-18, 22-18)
Czechoslovakia
Drustevnik Topolniki
Soviet Union
Kuban Krasnodar
Bulgaria
CSKA Sofia
1985-86
Details
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
RK Radnicki Belgrade
51–48
(24-25, 27-23)
Germany
VfL Engelskirchen
Soviet Union
Avtomobilist Baku
Denmark
Rødovre HK
1986-87
Details
Soviet Union
Kuban Krasnodar
44–40
(21-17, 23-23)
East Germany
TSC Berlin
Sweden
Tyresö HF
Romania
Chimistul Râmnicu Vâlcea
1987-88
Details
Soviet Union
Kuban Krasnodar
48–37
(28-17, 20-20)
Hungary
Vasas SC
Norway
Gjerpen IF
West Germany
TV Giessen-Lützellinden
1988-89
Details
Romania
Ştiinţa Bacău
47–44
(25-25, 22-19)
Soviet Union
Kuban Krasnodar
Bulgaria
CSKA Sofia
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Lokomotiva Zagreb
1989-90
Details
Soviet Union
Rostselmash Rostov
45–39
(17-21, 28-18)
Hungary
Debreceni VSC
Norway
Byåsen IL
Romania
Terom Iaşi
1990-91
Details
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Radnički Belgrade
46–40
(17-21, 28-18)
Soviet Union
Spartak Kiev
Hungary
Debreceni VSC
Germany
Buxtehuder SV
1991-92
Details
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
RK Radnicki Belgrade
45–45
(24-19, 21-26)
Hungary
DVSC
Germany
Bayer Leverkusen
Norway
Byåsen IL
1992-93
Details
Germany
TV Giessen-Lützellinden
48–43
(23-21, 25-22)
Russia
Rostselmash Rostov
Romania
Chimistul Râmnicu Vâlcea
Ukraine
Motor Zaporozhie
1993-94
Details
Germany
TUS Walle Bremen
45–44
(21-23, 24-21)
Hungary
Spectrum FTC Budapest
Romania
Silcotex Zalău
Russia
Rostselmash Rostov
1994–95
Details
Hungary
Dunaferr SE
49–43
(23-25, 26-18)
Germany
TV Giessen-Lützellinden
Germany
Borussia Dortmund
Russia
Rossijanka Volgograd
1995–96
Details
Germany
TV Giessen-Lützellinden
50–41
(28-19, 22-22)
Croatia
Kraš Zagreb
Hungary
Vasas SC
Norway
Byasen Idrettslag
1996–97
Details
Russia
Istochnik Rostov
49–42
(25-18, 24-24)
Germany
VfB Leipzig
Norway
Larvik HK
Serbia and Montenegro
ZRK "Sombor Dunav"
1997–98
Details
Norway
Baekkelagets Oslo
51–40
(23-23, 28-17)
Croatia
Kraš Zagreb
Germany
Borussia Dortmund
Romania
Silcotub Zalău
1998–99
Details
Norway
Baekkelagets Oslo
50–35
(26-13, 24-22)
Spain
Ferrobus Mislata Tortajada
France
ASPTT Metz
Denmark
Frederiksberg IF
1999–00
Details
Spain
Milar L'Eliana Valencia
62–54
(31-24, 31-30)
Russia
Kuban Krasnodar
Denmark
Ikast Bording
Ukraine
Spartak Kiev
2000–01
Details
Ukraine
Motor Zaporoshje
49–38
(26-20, 23-18)
Norway
Nordstrand 2000, Oslo
France
E.S.B.F. Besançon
Romania
Silcotub Zalau
2001–02
Details
Russia
Lada Togliatti
55–52
(27-32, 28-20)
Romania
CS Oltchim Râmnicu Vâlcea
Poland
C.B. Zaglebie Lubin
Spain
Alsa Elda Prestigio
2002–03
Details
France
E.S.B.F. Besançon
47–45
(27-30, 20-15)
Ukraine
Spartak Kiev
Hungary
Győri Graboplast ETO
Denmark
Kolding IF
2003–04
Details
Denmark
Ikast Bording EH
66–57
(30-35, 36-22)
Austria
Hypo Niederösterreich
Denmark
FCK Handbold
France
Handball Metz Metropole
2004–05
Details
Norway
Larvik HK
68–53
(31-26, 37-27)
Croatia
Podravka Vegeta
Norway
Tertnes Bergen
Germany
1. FC Nuremberg
2005–06
Details
Serbia and Montenegro
ZRK Buducnost MONET
51–48
(25-25, 26-23)
Hungary
Győri ETO KC
Norway
Gjerpen Handball Skien
Norway
Larvik HK
2006–07
Details
Romania
CS Oltchim Râmnicu Vâlcea
59–53
(30-24, 29-29)
Norway
Byasen HB Elite Trondheim
Hungary
Budapest Bank-FTC
Spain
Cem. la Union-Ribarroja
2007–08
Details
Norway
Larvik HK
50–40
(25-21, 25-19)
Romania
CS Rulmentul-Urban Braşov
Croatia
Podravka Vegeta
Spain
AKABA BeraBera
2008–09
Details
Denmark
FCK Handbold
47–44
(21-23, 26-21)
Norway
Larvik HK
Germany
TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen
Norway
Gjerpen Handball
2009–10
Details
Montenegro
ŽRK Budućnost
41–36
(23-20, 18-16)
Denmark
KIF Vejen
Germany
VfL Oldenburg
France
Metz Handball
2010–11
Details
Hungary
FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria
57–52
(34-29, 23-23)
Spain
CB Mar Alicante
Sweden
LUGI HF
France
Metz Handball
2011–12
Details
Hungary
FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria
62-60
(31-30, 31-30)
Denmark
Viborg HK
Russia
Dinamo Volgograd
Germany
HC Leipzig
2012–13
Details
Austria
Hypo Niederösterreich
61–43
(30-22, 31-21)
France
Issy-Paris Hand
Germany
Thüringer HC
Russia
Rostov-Don
2013–14
Details
Denmark
Viborg HK
55–45
(31-22, 24-23)
Russia
Zvezda Zvenigorod
Norway
Byasen Trondheim
Russia
Rostov-Don

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