2010–11 EHF Women's Champions League

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2010–11 EHF Women's Champions League
Tournament details
Dates 3 September 2010 – 14 May 2011
Teams 31 (qualification stage)
16 (group stage)
8 (main round)
4 (knockout stage)
Final positions
Champions Norway Larvik HK
Runners-up Spain SD Itxako
Tournament statistics
Top scorer(s) Norway Heidi Løke (99)

The EHF Women's Champions League 2010–11 is the 18th edition of the EHF Women's Champions League, a handball competition for top women's clubs of Europe managed by the European Handball Federation.

Larvik HK won the title for the first time after defeating SD Itxako 47–46 on aggregate in the final.[1]


Qualifying rounds[edit]

The draw for both tournaments took place on 13 July 2010 in Vienna.[2] The rights to organize and host the group matches were also decided in this draw.

Qualification tournament 1[edit]

The qualification tournament 1 was hosted by IK Sävehof in Gothenburg, Sweden.[3] IK Sävehof and T+A/VOC Amsterdam advanced to the second Qualification Tournament. Gil Eanes/Lagos and LK ZUG Handball entered the EHF Cup at Round 2.