1993–94 Women's EHF Cup

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The 1993–94 Women's EHF Cup was the 13th edition of the competition. Viborg HK defeated Debreceni VSC on away goals to become the first Danish club to win it. CB Amadeo Tortajada and CSL Dijon also reached the semifinals, while defending champion Rapid Bucharest was defeated in the Round of 16.[1]

Round of 32[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Struzanka Republic of Macedonia walkover Luxembourg Berschem
Aura Iasi Romania 75–33 Israel Maccabi Holon 34–16 41–17
Martve Tbilisi Georgia (country) 42–57 Portugal Colégio de Gaia 21–29 21–28
Dijon France 49–47 Slovenia Kočevje 29–25 20–22
AZS Wroclaw Poland 64–33 Belarus Universitet Gomel 35–15 29–18
Leipzig Germany 38–43 Denmark Viborg 17–24 21–19
ÍBV Iceland 38–41 Latvia Varpa Riga 23–22 15–19
Lokomotiva Zagreb Croatia 59–23 Belgium Meeuwen 31–13 28–10
Union St. Polten Austria 34–64 Turkey Külturspor Ankara 18–30 16–34
Presov Slovakia 47–48 Azerbaijan Baku 25–23 22–25
Spono Nottwil Switzerland 37–57 Spain Amadeo Tortajada 15–27 22–30
Sjetne Norway 61–29 Greece Doukas 31–15 30–14
Vytis Kaunas Lithuania 29–66 Hungary Debreceni 14–34 15–32
Rossiyanka Volgograd Russia 63–27 Italy Sassari 34–14 29–13
Spartak Kiev Ukraine 38–41 Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 37–15 36–13
Rapid Bucharest Romania Bye

Round of 16[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Struzanka Republic of Macedonia 50–58 Romania Aura Iasi 20–26 15–24
Colégio de Gaia Portugal 49–57 France Dijon 24–27 25–30
AZS Wroclaw Poland 51–63 Denmark Viborg 29–29 22–34
Varpa Riga Latvia 34–62 Croatia Lokomotiva Zagreb 19–30 15–32
Külturspor Ankara Turkey 47–48 Azerbaijan Baku 25–23 22–25
Amadeo Tortajada Spain 38–36 Norway Sjetne 21–21 17–15
Debreceni Hungary 47–37 Russia Rossiyanka Volgograd 26–18 21–19
Spartak Kiev Ukraine 48–43 Romania Rapid Bucharest 24–18 24–25

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Aura Iasi Romania 50–58 France Dijon 28–29 22–29
Viborg Denmark 41–40 Croatia Lokomotiva Zagreb 22–19 19–21
Baku Azerbaijan 44–62 Spain Amadeo Tortajada 21–33 23–29
Debreceni Hungary 58–42 Ukraine Spartak Kiev 33–19 25–23

Semifinals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Dijon France 32–52 Denmark Viborg 12–19 20–33
Amadeo Tortajada Spain 38–46 Hungary Debreceni 24–22 14–24

Final[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Viborg Denmark 44–44 Hungary Debreceni 23–20 21–24

References[edit]

  1. ^ Results in EHF's website