2008–09 Women's EHF Cup

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The 2008–09 Women's EHF Cup was the 28th edition of the competition, taking place from 8 September 2008 to 17 May 2009.[1] SD Itxako defeated HC Leipzig in the final to become the second Spanish club to win the competition.[2]

Second Qualifying Round[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Femina Vise Belgium 46 - 62 Bulgaria Lokomotiv Varna 23 - 34 23 - 28
Borac Banja Luka Bosnia and Herzegovina 63 - 50 Azerbaijan Garadag Baku 39 - 27 24 - 23
Antwerpen Belgium 59 - 39 Kosovo Kosova 32 - 19 27 - 20
Arkatron Minsk Belarus 56 - 53 Italy Vigasio 28 - 24 28 - 29
Skövde Sweden 71 - 27 Bosnia and Herzegovina Zivinice 36 - 8 35 - 19
Etar Veliko Tarnovo Bulgaria 48 - 41 Netherlands Huyser E&O 26 - 18 22 - 23
Sävehof Sweden 74 - 54 Belarus Gorodnichanka 32 - 25 42 - 29
Bascharage Luxembourg 72 - 42 Israel Bnei Herzliya 35 - 22 37 - 20
Zalec Slovenia 39 - 55 Czech Republic Veseli 18 - 23 21 - 32
Üsküdar Turkey 104 - 34 Cyprus Aradhippou 63 - 16 41 - 18
Stjoernan Faroe Islands 43 - 55 Slovakia Slovan Duslo Sala 20 - 28 23 - 27

Second Qualifying Round[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Kikinda Serbia 68 - 45 Republic of Macedonia Kale Kicevo 39 - 23 29 - 22
Slagelse Denmark 68 - 42 Greece Aris Thessaloniki 32 - 22 36 - 20
Lokomotiv Varna Bulgaria 54 - 52 Italy Sassari 23 - 30 31 - 22
Oldenburg Germany 78 - 43 Switzerland Spono Nottwil 36 - 25 42 - 18
Borac Banja Luka Bosnia and Herzegovina 45 - 75 Denmark Randers 20 - 38 25 - 37
Frankfurter Germany 69 - 47 Lithuania Egle Vilnius 38 - 23 31 - 24
Brühl Switzerland 75 - 43 Belgium Antwerpen 40 - 26 35 - 17
Arkatron Minsk Belarus 34 - 72 Hungary Fehérvári 15 - 35 19 - 37
Skövde Sweden 62 - 64 Netherlands VOC Amsterdam 30 - 35 32 - 29
Etar Veliko Tarnovo Bulgaria 48 - 66 Spain Bera Bera 21 - 33 27 - 33
Rostov-Don Russia 62 - 48 Ukraine Galytchanka 34 - 26 28 - 22
Issy France 56 - 51 Sweden Sävehof 28 - 24 28 - 27
Dunarea Braila Romania 54 - 60 Romania Baia Mare 31 - 27 23 - 33
Storhamar Norway 68 - 33 Luxembourg Bascharage 35 - 13 33 - 20
HC-53 Moscow Russia 57 - 45 Czech Republic Veseli 29 - 21 28 - 24
Lokomotiva Zagreb Croatia 55 - 55 (a) Turkey Üsküdar 29 - 27 26 - 28
Kuban Krasnodar Russia 57 - 50 Poland Zaglebie Lubin 32 - 22 25 - 28
Amadeo Tortajada Spain 64 - 61 Portugal Colegio de Gaia 33 - 30 31 - 31
Kefalovrises Cyprus 37 - 71 Portugal Madeira 19 - 36 18 - 35
Ferencvárosi Hungary 67 - 54 Slovakia Slovan Duslo Sala 41 - 23 26 - 31
Kefalovrises Cyprus 37 - 71 Portugal Madeira 19 - 36 18 - 35

Round of 32[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Kikinda Serbia 43 - 77 Spain Itxako 25 - 35 18 - 42
Slagelse Denmark 66 - 44 Bulgaria Lokomotiv Varna 40 - 20 26 - 24
Dunaújvárosi Hungary 58 - 60 Germany Oldenburg 31 - 31 27 - 29
Motor Zaporozhye Ukraine 55 - 59 Denmark Randers 32 - 26 23 - 33
Byasen Norway 64 - 55 Germany Frankfurter 36 - 31 28 - 24
Brühl Switzerland 47 - 66 Poland Lublin 28 - 34 19 - 32
Patras Greece 55 - 60 Hungary Fehérvári 27 - 27 28 - 33
VOC Amsterdam Netherlands 38 - 84 Romania Rulmentul Brasov 23 - 35 15 - 49
Bera Bera Spain 58 - 58 (a) Russia Rostov-Don 31 - 32 27 - 26
SKP Bratislava Slovakia 50 - 57 France Issy 26 - 27 24 - 30
Baia Mare Romania 51 - 50 Turkey Maliye 29 - 26 22 - 24
Storhamar Norway 50 - 50 (a) Germany Leipzig 27 - 25 23 - 25
HC-53 Moscow Russia 43 - 46 Serbia Naisa 23 - 23 20 - 23
Üsküdar Turkey 61 - 73 Russia Kuban Krasnodar 30 - 39 31 - 34
Amadeo Tortajada Spain 46 - 82 Russia Dynamo Volgograd 21 - 42 25 - 40
Ferencvárosi Hungary 58 - 60 Portugal Madeira 38 - 29 33 - 25

Round of 16[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Itxako Spain 63 - 37 Denmark Slagelse 31 - 14 32 - 23
Oldenburg Germany 53 - 54 Denmark Randers 28 - 27 25 - 27
Byasen Norway 52 - 48 Poland Lublin 26 - 24 26 - 24
Fehérvári Hungary 60 - 69 Romania Rulmentul Brasov 33 - 33 27 - 36
Rostov-Don Russia 47 - 56 France Issy 29-30 18-26
Baia Mare Romania 55 - 56 Germany Leipzig 27 - 23 28 - 33
Naisa Serbia 58 - 64 Russia Kuban Krasnodar 36 - 30 22 - 34
Dynamo Volgograd Russia Hungary Ferencvárosi 35 - 29 cancelled

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Itxako Spain 59 - 51 Denmark Randers 27 - 19 32 - 32
Byasen Norway 49 - 60 Romania Rulmentul Brasov 27 - 31 22 - 29
Issy France 34 - 41 Germany Leipzig 22 - 17 12 - 24
Kuban Krasnodar Russia 50 - 70 Russia Dynamo Volgograd 21 - 35 29 - 35

Semifinals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Itxako Spain 51 - 50 Romania Rulmentul Brasov 23 - 23 28 - 27
Leipzig Germany 45 - 39 Russia Dynamo Volgograd 25 - 15 20 - 24

Final[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Itxako Spain 52 - 45 Germany Leipzig 27 - 19 25 - 26

References[edit]

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