1991–92 Women's European Cup (handball)

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The 1991–92 Women's European Champions Cup was the 31st edition of Europe's competition for national champions women's handball clubs, taking place between September 1991 and 18 April 1992.[1] Hypo Niederösterreich defeated defending champion TV Giessen-Lützellinden in a rematch of the previous edition's final to win its third title.[2]

Qualifying Round[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Aalsmeer Netherlands 41–25 Belgium Initia Hasselt 21–11 20–14
Irsta Sweden 51–35 Iceland Stjarnan 28–14 23–21
Tryst 77 Scotland 32–101 Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 17–50 15–51
Cassano Magnago Italy ? Portugal Colégio da Gaia 31–19 ?
Fünfhaus Austria 45–32 Greece Doukas 23–11 22–21
Íber Valencia Spain 84–35 Israel Hapoel Petah Tikva 41–18 43–17
Brühl Switzerland 61–13 Luxembourg Bascharage 34–5 27–8
Walle Bremen Germany 54–43 Greece Verias ? ?

First Round[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Chimistul Ramnicu Valcea Romania 71–53 Netherlands Aalsmeer 40–29 31–24
Irsta Sweden 54–43 Poland Pogon Szczecin 26–20 28–23
Niederösterreich Austria ? Italy Cassano Magnago 31–17 ?
Gjerpen Norway ? Austria Fünfhaus ? ?
TV Giessen-Lützellinden Germany 41–40 Hungary Hargita 26–19 15–21
Íber Valencia Spain 32–41 Croatia Lokomotiva Zagreb 18–20 14–21
Brühl Switzerland 36–46 Germany Walle Bremen 18–19 18–27
Gagny France 44–36 Czech Republic Slavia Prague 24–18 20–18

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Chimistul Ramnicu Valcea Romania 58–55 Sweden Irsta 33–28 25–27
Niederösterreich Austria 54–42 Norway Gjerpen 28–19 26–23
Giessen-Lützellinden Germany 33–32 Croatia Lokomotiva Zagreb 20–10 13–22
Walle Bremen Germany 47–34 France Gagny 20–14 27–20

Semifinals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Chimistul Ramnicu Valcea Romania 56–72 Austria Niederösterreich 22–32 34–40
Giessen-Lützellinden Germany 40–35 Germany Walle Bremen 20–16 20–19

Final[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Niederösterreich Austria 34–32 Germany Giessen-Lützellinden 15–14 19–18

References[edit]

  1. ^ Results in todor66.com
  2. ^ List of champions in the-sports.org