2007–08 Women's EHF Cup

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The 2007–08 Women's EHF Cup was the 27th edition of the competition, running from 31 August 2007 to 24 May 2008.[1] Dynamo Volgograd followed the steps of the previous edition's champion Zvezda Zvenigorod as the second Russian club to win the competition, beating SD Itxako in the final.[2]

First Qualifying Round[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Lokomotiv Varna Bulgaria 60–68 Switzerland Spono Nottwil 28–32 32–26
Niksic Montenegro 49–48 Faroe Islands Stjornan 26–20 23–28
Diekirch Luxembourg 41–57 Azerbaijan Garadag Baku 17–28 24–29

Second Qualifying Round[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Stiinta Baia Mare Romania 53–35 Sweden Skövde 23–13 30–22
Ikast Denmark 94–22 Italy Salerno 44–14 50–8
Sassari Italy 50–53 Lithuania Egle Vilnius 24–31 26–22
Quintus Van der Voort Netherlands 55–52 Bosnia and Herzegovina Borac Banja Luka 29–25 26–27
Elda Spain 52–51 Denmark Randers 28–24 24–27
Bayer Leverkusen Germany 77–29 Luxembourg Bascharage 35–11 42–18
Nikšić Montenegro 26–82 Russia Dynamo Volgograd 14–44 12–38
Levanger Norway 68–27 Belarus Druts 36–10 32–17
Panellinios Lefkosias Cyprus 31–90 Poland Zaglebie Lubin 17–49 14–41
Galytchanka Ukraine 78–49 Switzerland Spono Nottwil 45–26 33–23
Kefalovrisos Cyprus 42–93 Switzerland Brühl 16–53 26–40
Vushtrri Kosovo Walkover Serbia Knjaz Milos
Garadag Baku Azerbaijan 34–84 Hungary Dunaújvárosi 14–46 20–38
Rostov-Don Russia 57–63 Croatia Trogir 32–28 25–25
Dinamo Pančevo Serbia 61–39 Greece Ionias 29–19 32–20
Slavia Prague Czech Republic 46–38 Austria Atzgersdorf 21–18 25–20
Itxako Spain 61–34 Portugal Gil Eanes 34–18 27–16
Üsküdar Turkey 61–75 Russia Kuban Krasnodar 30–36 31–39
Fehérvári Hungary 65–38 Belgium Femina Vise 37–17 28–21

Round of 32[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Stiinta Baia Mare Romania 50–61 Denmark Ikast 29–26 21–35
Egle Vilnius Lithuania 58–77 Turkey Maliye 32–31 26–46
Motor Zaporozhye Ukraine 63–37 Netherlands Quintus Van der Voort 33–18 30–19
Elda Spain 56–53 Spain Sagunto 29–25 27–28
Bayer Leverkusen Germany 54–54 (a) Russia Dynamo Volgograd 32–26 22–28
Iuventa Michalovce Slovakia 64–54 Norway Levanger 36–28 28–26
Lublin Poland 73–68 Poland Zaglebie Lubin 40–30 33–38
Galytchanka Ukraine 62–61 Belarus BNTU Minsk 36–33 26–28
Byasen Norway 78–45 Switzerland Brühl 40–25 38–20
Patras Cyprus 52–53 Serbia Knjaz Milos 26–26 26–27
Dunaújvárosi Hungary 61–49 Russia Rostov-Don 33–23 28–26
Madeira Portugal 48–62 Serbia Dinamo Pančevo 19–33 29–29
Slavia Prague Czech Republic 32–62 France Metz 17–36 15–26
Itxako Spain 54–42 Russia Kuban Krasnodar 30–17 24–25
Aalborg Denmark 54–56 Hungary Fehérvári 40–30 33–38

Round of 16[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Ikast Denmark 66–52 Turkey Maliye 36–22 30–30
Motor Zaporozhye Ukraine 43–50 Spain Elda 25–22 18–28
Dynamo Volgograd Russia 56–51 Slovakia Iuventa Michalovce 29–20 27–31
Mios Biganos France 53–55 Poland Lublin 26–26 27–29
Galytchanka Ukraine 48–58 Norway Byasen 26–27 22–31
Knjaz Miloš Serbia 53–83 Hungary Dunaújvárosi 29–43 24–40
Dinamo Pančevo Serbia 51–59 France Metz 24–29 27–30
Itxako Spain 53–47 Hungary Fehérvári 27–21 26–26

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Ikast Denmark 58–54 Spain Elda 32–31 26–23
Dynamo Volgograd Russia 58–54 Poland Lublin 30–20 29–32
Byasen Norway 57–60 Hungary Dunaújvárosi 29–28 28–32
Metz France 48–48 (a) Spain Itxako 28–28 20–20

Semifinals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Ikast Denmark 65–70 Russia Dynamo Volgograd 37–31 28–39
Dunaújvárosi Hungary 49–51 Spain Itxako 27–23 22–28

Final[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Dynamo Volgograd Russia 50–45 Spain Itxako 27–25 23–20

References[edit]

  1. ^ Results in EHF's website
  2. ^ List of finals in the-sports.org