2011–12 EHF Women's Champions League

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2011–12 EHF Women's Champions League
Tournament details
Dates 2 September 2011–13 May 2012
Teams 20 (Qualification stage)
16 (Group stage)
8 (Main round)
4 (Knockout stage)
Final positions
Champions Montenegro Budućnost Podgorica (1st title)
Runners-up Hungary Győri Audi ETO KC
Tournament statistics
Matches played 76
Goals scored 3,968 (52.21 per match)
Attendance 182,790 (2,405 per match)
Top scorer(s) Hungary Anita Görbicz (133 goals)

The 2011–12 EHF Women's Champions League was the nineteenth edition of the EHF Women's Champions League, the top continental handball event for club teams in Europe, organized and supervised by the European Handball Federation. Larvik HK entered the competition as title holders after beating SD Itxako in past season's final.[1]

Budućnost Podgorica won the title for the first time by defeating Győri Audi ETO KC in the big final.[2]

Overview[edit]

Format change[edit]

Following the decision of the Executive Committee of the European Handball Federation in April 2011, the system of the EHF Women's Champions League qualifying tournaments have changed. Starting from this season, the second qualification tournaments will be played under a final four format, with the semifinals held on a Saturday while the final on the following day. The winners of each tournaments will qualify for the group stage. The method of the first qualification round did not change. In addition, unlike in previous years, clubs that are eliminated during the qualifying phase will directly go to the EHF Women's Cup Winners' Cup.[3]

Team allocation[edit]

A total of 32 teams participated in the 2011–12 EHF Champions League from 23 federations. Places were distributed according to the EHF league coefficient, which took into account the performances in European competitions from 2007–08 to 2009–10. Norway have been awarded an additional entry as the title holder country.

Group matches
Austria Hypo Niederösterreich Croatia Podravka Koprivnica Denmark FC Midtjylland Håndbold France Metz Handball
Germany Thüringer HC Hungary Győri Audi ETO KC Montenegro Budućnost Podgorica Norway Larvik HK (TH)
Romania CS Oltchim Rm. Vâlcea Russia HC Dinamo Volgograd Slovenia Krim Ljubljana Spain Itxako Reyno de Navarra
Qualification Tournament 2
Denmark Randers HK Denmark Viborg HK[nb 1] Germany Buxtehuder SV Hungary DVSC-Fórum Debrecen
Republic of Macedonia ŽRK Metalurg Norway Tertnes HE Norway Byåsen HE Poland KGHM Metraco Zagłębie Lubin
Romania U Jolidon Cluj-Napoca Russia Rostov-Don Spain BM Elda Prestigio Sweden IK Sävehof
Qualification Tournament 1
Czech Republic HC Veselí nad Moravou Greece AC Ormi-Loux Patras Netherlands MizuWaAi Dalfsen Portugal CDE Gil Eanes
Serbia RK Zaječar Slovakia HK IUVENTA Michalovce Switzerland LC Brühl Handball Turkey Üsküdar BSK

Round and draw dates[edit]

All draws will be held at the EHF headquarters in Vienna, Austria.[4]

Phase Round Draw date First leg Second leg
Qualifying Qualification Tournament 1 27 June 2011 2–4 September 2011
Qualification Tournament 2 17–18 September 2011
Group stage Matchday 1 28 June 2011 1–2 October 2011
Matchday 2 8–9 October 2011
Matchday 3 15–16 October 2011
Matchday 4 29–30 October 2011
Matchday 5 5–6 November 2011
Matchday 6 12–13 November 2011
Main round Matchday 1 15 November 2011 4–5 February 2012
Matchday 2 11–12 February 2012
Matchday 3 18–19 February 2012
Matchday 4 25–26 February 2012
Matchday 5 3–4 March 2012
Matchday 6 10–11 March 2012
Knockout phase Semifinals 31 March–1 April 2012 7–8 April 2012
Finals 10 April 2012 5–6 May 2012 12–13 May 2012

Qualifying rounds[edit]

The draw for both qualifying tournaments took place on 27 June 2011 in Vienna. The rights to organize and host the group matches were also decided in this draw.[5]

Qualification Tournaments 1[edit]

In the first stage of the qualifying process eight clubs were drawn into two groups of four. The sides played against each other once and the top two teams of each group advanced to the second qualifying phase, where they were classified automatically into the fourth pot.[6] The four losing teams entered the 2011–12 EHF Cup Winners' Cup second round.[4]

Seedings[edit]

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4
Greece AC Ormi-Loux Patras
Turkey Üsküdar BSK
Serbia RK Zaječar
Netherlands MizuWaAi Dalfsen
Slovakia HK IUVENTA Michalovce
Switzerland LC Brühl Handball
Portugal CDE Gil Eanes
Czech Republic HC Veselí nad Moravou

Group A[edit]

The tournament was organised by the Greek club AC Ormi-Loux Patras.[7]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Netherlands MizuWaAi Dalfsen 3 3 0 0 103 74 +29 6
Portugal CDE Gil Eanes 3 1 0 2 87 88 −1 2
Switzerland LC Brühl Handball 3 1 0 2 83 97 −14 2
Greece AC Ormi-Loux Patras 3 1 0 2 76 90 −14 2
2 September 2011
18:00
AC Ormi-Loux Patras Greece 27 – 26 Switzerland LC Brühl Handball PEAK Olympionikis D.Tofalos hall, Proastio, Patras
Attendance: 100
Referees: Baranowski, Lemanowicz (POL)
Penev 10 (10–12) Mustafoska 7
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2 September 2011
20:00
MizuWaAi Dalfsen Netherlands 31 – 25 Portugal CDE Gil Eanes PEAK Olympionikis D.Tofalos hall, Proastio, Patras
Attendance: 100
Referees: Brkic, Jusufhodzic (AUT)
Malestein 7 (19–9) Lopes 7
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3 September 2011
18:00
LC Brühl Handball Switzerland 25 – 40 Netherlands MizuWaAi Dalfsen PEAK Olympionikis D.Tofalos hall, Proastio, Patras
Attendance: 100
Referees: Brkic, Jusufhodzic (AUT)
Mustafoska 6 (11–19) Van Dort 7
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3 September 2011
20:00
CDE Gil Eanes Portugal 32 – 25 Greece AC Ormi-Loux Patras PEAK Olympionikis D.Tofalos hall, Proastio, Patras
Attendance: 100
Referees: Baranowski, Lemanowicz (POL)
Seabra 9 (14–13) Karagiorga, Niparaviciene 5
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4 September 2011
18:00
LC Brühl Handball Switzerland 32 – 30 Portugal CDE Gil Eanes PEAK Olympionikis D.Tofalos hall, Proastio, Patras
Attendance: 100
Referees: Baranowski, Lemanowicz (POL)
Bosshart 7 (16–13) Pina 6
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4 September 2011
20:00
AC Ormi-Loux Patras Greece 24 – 32 Netherlands MizuWaAi Dalfsen PEAK Olympionikis D.Tofalos hall, Proastio, Patras
Attendance: 100
Referees: Brkic, Jusufhodzic (AUT)
Strataki, Vafeiadou 6 (11–14) Van Dort 7
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Group B[edit]

The tournament was organised by the Slovakian side HK IUVENTA Michalovce.[7]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Serbia RK Zaječar 3 3 0 0 101 70 +31 6
Czech Republic HC Veselí nad Moravou 3 2 0 1 77 78 −1 4
Slovakia HK IUVENTA Michalovce 3 1 0 2 85 94 −9 2
Turkey Üsküdar BSK 3 0 0 3 81 102 −21 0
2 September 2011
15:30
RK Zaječar Serbia 31 – 17 Czech Republic HC Veselí nad Moravou Chemkostav Arena, Michalovce
Attendance: 400
Referees: Kaveshnikov, Plotnikov (RUS)
Erić 7 (14–9) Flekova 4
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2 September 2011
18:00
Üsküdar BSK Turkey 28 – 38 Slovakia HK IUVENTA Michalovce Chemkostav Arena, Michalovce
Attendance: 900
Referees: Stark, Stefan (ROU)
Yilmaz 8 (12–22) Tobiasova 8
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3 September 2011
15:30
HC Veselí nad Moravou Czech Republic 30 – 26 Turkey Üsküdar BSK Chemkostav Arena, Michalovce
Attendance: 250
Referees: Stark, Stefan (ROU)
Sukennikova 9 (13–13) Sahin 7
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3 September 2011
18:00
HK IUVENTA Michalovce Slovakia 26 – 36 Serbia RK Zaječar Chemkostav Arena, Michalovce
Attendance: 1,200
Referees: Kaveshnikov, Plotnikov (RUS)
Pollakova 9 (13–17) Pop Lazić 7
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4 September 2011
15:30
Üsküdar BSK Turkey 27 – 34 Serbia RK Zaječar Chemkostav Arena, Michalovce
Attendance: 500
Referees: Kaveshnikov, Plotnikov (RUS)
Ilkova 5 (12–15) Erić 9
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4 September 2011
18:00
HK IUVENTA Michalovce Slovakia 21 – 30 Czech Republic HC Veselí nad Moravou Chemkostav Arena, Michalovce
Attendance: 1,300
Referees: Stark, Stefan (ROU)
Geric 5 (11–16) Sukennikova 7
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Qualification Tournaments 2[edit]

Sixteen clubs were set to participate in the second qualifying stage, divided into four groups of four. For the first time in the competition's history, a final four format was used to determine the group winners, that were qualified for the Group matches. According to the seeding list, teams in Pot 1 were drawn together with Pot 4 sides, while clubs from Pot 2 met Pot 3 teams in the semifinals of the tournaments.[6] However, as stated in the EHF regulations, clubs from the same federation enjoyed protection and could not be selected into the same group.[8] Teams that finished bottom of their respective groups went to the second round of the 2011–12 EHF Cup Winners' Cup, while second and third placed teams joined that competition in the third round.[4]

Seedings[edit]

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4
Denmark Randers HK
Hungary DVSC-Fórum Debrecen
Norway Byåsen HE
Romania U Jolidon Cluj-Napoca
Spain BM Elda Prestigio
Russia Rostov-Don
Germany Buxtehuder SV
Norway Tertnes HE
Sweden IK Sävehof
Republic of Macedonia ŽRK Metalurg
Poland KGHM Metraco Zagłębie Lubin
Denmark Viborg HK
Netherlands MizuWaAi Dalfsen
Serbia RK Zaječar
Portugal CDE Gil Eanes
Czech Republic HC Veselí nad Moravou

Group 1[edit]

The tournament was organised by the Danish club Viborg HK.[9]

Bracket[edit]
Semi-finals Final
17 September 2011
 Romania U Cluj-Napoca  33  
 Serbia RK Zaječar  32  
 
18 September 2011
     Romania U Cluj-Napoca  21
   Denmark Viborg HK  37
Third place
17 September 2011 18 September 2011
 Russia Rostov-Don  17  Serbia RK Zaječar  27
 Denmark Viborg HK  24    Russia Rostov-Don  15
Semifinals[edit]
17 September 2011
14:30
Rostov-Don Russia 17 – 24 Denmark Viborg HK Grenaa Idrætscenter, Grenaa
Attendance: 1,000
Referees: Bonaventura, Bonaventura (FRA)
three players 3 (11–10) Fisker, Gulldén 6
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17 September 2011
17:00
U Jolidon Cluj-Napoca Romania 33 – 32 Serbia RK Zaječar Grenaa Idrætscenter, Grenaa
Attendance: 500
Referees: Lorente, Serradilla (ESP)
Dinca 8 (18–16) Erić 8
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Third place match[edit]
18 September 2011
14:30
RK Zaječar Serbia 27 – 15 Russia Rostov-Don Grenaa Idrætscenter, Grenaa
Attendance: 500
Referees: Lorente, Serradilla (ESP)
Vučković 8 (14–7) Sen 5
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Final[edit]
18 September 2011
16:50
U Jolidon Cluj-Napoca Romania 21 – 37 Denmark Viborg HK Grenaa Idrætscenter, Grenaa
Attendance: 1,100
Referees: Bonaventura, Bonaventura (FRA)
Ani Senocico 8 (14–17) Fisker 8
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Group 2[edit]

The tournament was organised by the Macedonian club ŽRK Metalurg.[9]

Bracket[edit]
Semi-finals Final
17 September 2011
 Norway Byåsen HE  27  
 Czech Republic HC Veselí nad Moravou  22  
 
18 September 2011
     Norway Byåsen HE  20
   Republic of Macedonia ŽRK Metalurg  17
Third place
17 September 2011 18 September 2011
 Spain BM Elda Prestigio  22  Czech Republic HC Veselí nad Moravou  20
 Republic of Macedonia ŽRK Metalurg  27    Spain BM Elda Prestigio  21
Semifinals[edit]
17 September 2011
18:00
BM Elda Prestigio Spain 22 – 27 Republic of Macedonia ŽRK Metalurg Sportska Sala, Skopje
Attendance: 600
Referees: Bounouara, Sami (FRA)
Faria Servin 9 (9–14) Bajramoska 7
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17 September 2011
20:30
Byåsen HE Norway 27 – 22 Czech Republic HC Veselí nad Moravou Sportska Sala, Skopje
Attendance: 300
Referees: Brehmer, Skowronek (POL)
Alstad 9 (13–14) Sukennikova 6
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Third place match[edit]
18 September 2011
17:30
HC Veselí nad Moravou Czech Republic 20 – 21 Spain BM Elda Prestigio Sportska Sala, Skopje
Attendance: 100
Referees: Bounouara, Sami (FRA)
Rajnohova 5 (12–8) Said Mohamed 6
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Final[edit]
18 September 2011
20:00
Byåsen HE Norway 20 – 17 Republic of Macedonia ŽRK Metalurg Sportska Sala, Skopje
Attendance: 500
Referees: Brehmer, Skowronek (POL)
Tomac 8 (12–8) Gjorgjijevska 5
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Group 3[edit]

The tournament was organised by the Polish club Zagłębie Lubin.[9]

Bracket[edit]
Semi-finals Final
17 September 2011
 Hungary DVSC  35  
 Portugal CDE Gil Eanes  22  
 
18 September 2011
     Hungary DVSC  26
   Germany Buxtehuder SV  30
Third place
17 September 2011 18 September 2011
 Germany Buxtehuder SV  27  Portugal CDE Gil Eanes  25
 Poland Zagłębie Lubin  26    Poland Zagłębie Lubin  40
Semifinals[edit]
17 September 2011
17:00
Buxtehuder SV Germany 27 – 26 Poland MKS Zagłębie Lubin Hala Widowiskowo, Głogów
Attendance: 700
Referees: Crnojevic, Radic (CRO)
Lamein 9 (11–13) Byzdra 8
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17 September 2011
19:30
DVSC-Fórum Debrecen Hungary 35 – 22 Portugal CDE Gil Eanes Hala Widowiskowo, Głogów
Attendance: 200
Referees: Guseva, Vartanyan (RUS)
Csáki 6 (16–9) Piña, Seabra 5
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Third place match[edit]
18 September 2011
12:30
CDE Gil Eanes Portugal 25 – 40 Poland MKS Zagłębie Lubin Hala Widowiskowo, Głogów
Attendance: 200
Referees: Crnojevic, Radic (CRO)
three players 5 (7–26) Migala 7
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Final[edit]
18 September 2011
14:30
DVSC-Fórum Debrecen Hungary 26 – 30 Germany Buxtehuder SV Hala Widowiskowo, Głogów
Attendance: 200
Referees: Guseva, Vartanyan (RUS)
Sopronyi 9 (13–16) Klein 6
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Group 4[edit]

The tournament was organised by the Swedish club IK Sävehof.[9]

Bracket[edit]
Semi-finals Final
17 September 2011
 Denmark Randers HK  34  
 Netherlands MizuWaAi Dalfsen  19  
 
18 September 2011
     Denmark Randers HK  26
   Sweden IK Sävehof  21
Third place
17 September 2011 18 September 2011
 Norway Tertnes HE  25  Netherlands MizuWaAi Dalfsen  31
 Sweden IK Sävehof  34    Norway Tertnes HE  32
Semifinals[edit]
17 September 2011
14:00
Randers HK Denmark 34 – 19 Netherlands MizuWaAi Dalfsen Partillebohallen, Partille
Attendance: 100
Referees: Leandersson, Lindroos (FIN)
Johansen 6 (18–9) Schoenaker 4
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17 September 2011
16:30
Tertnes HE Norway 25 – 34 Sweden IK Sävehof Partillebohallen, Partille
Attendance: 500
Referees: Rakytina, Tkachuk (UKR)
Reinkind 7 (12–13) Alm 10
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Third place match[edit]
18 September 2011
12:00
MizuWaAi Dalfsen Netherlands 31 – 32 Norway Tertnes HE Partillebohallen, Partille
Attendance: 50
Referees: Rakytina, Tkachuk (UKR)
Malestein 8 (19–18) Gosse 10
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Final[edit]
18 September 2011
14:30
Randers HK Denmark 26 – 21 Sweden IK Sävehof Partillebohallen, Partille
Attendance: 500
Referees: Leandersson, Lindroos (FIN)
Dalby 7 (13–10) Alm 7
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Group matches[edit]

The draw of the group matches was held on June 28 at the Gartenhotel Altmannsdorf in Vienna.[5] A total of sixteen teams were concerned in the process, having divided into four pots of four. Similar to the qualifying phase, clubs from the same country could not been drawn into the same group, therefore, instead of direct draw, Pot 4 teams were allocated to the first possible position from Group A to Group D.[10][11]

Seedings[edit]

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4
Norway Larvik HK
Denmark FC Midtjylland Håndbold
Hungary Győri Audi ETO KC
Romania CS Oltchim Rm. Vâlcea
Montenegro Budućnost Podgorica
Austria Hypo Niederösterreich
Slovenia Krim Ljubljana
Spain Itxako Reyno de Navarra
Russia HC Dinamo Volgograd
Germany Thüringer HC
France Metz Handball
Croatia Podravka Koprivnica
Denmark Viborg HK
Norway Byåsen HE
Germany Buxtehuder SV
Denmark Randers HK

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Montenegro Budućnost Podgorica 6 5 0 1 172 149 +23 10
Denmark FC Midtjylland Håndbold 6 4 0 2 146 127 +19 8
Norway Byåsen HE 6 2 1 3 131 149 −18 5
Germany Thüringer HC 6 0 1 5 139 163 −24 1
Norway BIL Denmark FCM Germany THC Montenegro ZRK
Norway Byåsen 17–19 23–22 24–34
Denmark Midtjylland 18–21 23–20 34–20
Germany Thüringen 28–28 21–27 23–27
Montenegro Budućnost 28–18 28–25 35–25

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Norway Larvik HK 6 4 0 2 161 138 +23 8
Slovenia Krim Ljubljana 6 2 2 2 143 151 −8 6
Denmark Viborg HK 6 2 2 2 161 161 0 6
Croatia RK Podravka Koprivnica 6 1 2 3 146 161 −15 4
Norway LHK Slovenia RKK Croatia RKP Denmark VHK
Norway Larvik 31–19 37–25 19–20
Slovenia Krim 19–22 22–22 31–25
Croatia Koprivnica 21–24 23–24 28–27
Denmark Viborg 34–28 28–28 27–27

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Hungary Győri Audi ETO KC 6 4 0 2 183 154 +29 8
France Metz Handball 6 3 0 3 154 156 −2 6
Denmark Randers HK 6 3 0 3 163 170 −7 6
Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 6 2 0 4 167 187 −20 4
Hungary GKC Austria HYÖ France MHB Denmark RHK
Hungary Győr 37–29 28–23 35–20
Austria Hypo 29–27 28–25 28–29
France Metz 24–33 30–21 25–20
Denmark Randers 29–23 39–32 26–27

Group D[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Romania CS Oltchim Rm. Vâlcea 6 5 0 1 168 146 +22 10
Spain Itxako Reyno de Navarra 6 4 0 2 163 158 +5 8
Russia HC Dinamo Volgograd 6 3 0 3 170 160 +10 6
Germany Buxtehuder SV 6 0 0 6 138 175 −37 0
Germany BSV Romania CSV Russia HCV Spain SDI
Germany Buxtehude 20–24 21–30 31–32
Romania Vâlcea 28–22 31–26 30–22
Russia Volgograd 29–23 34–30 25–27
Spain Itxako 32–21 22–25 28–26

Main round[edit]

The draw of the main round was held on November 15 at the Gartenhotel Altmannsdorf in Vienna. A total of eight teams advanced from the group stage to the main round and were located in two pots, with the group winners being in Pot 1 and the runners-up in Pot 2.[12] Teams from the same groups at the group stage were not able to be drawn together.[13]

Seedings[edit]

Pot 1 Pot 2
Hungary Győri Audi ETO KC
Montenegro Budućnost Podgorica
Norway Larvik HK
Romania CS Oltchim Rm. Vâlcea
Denmark FC Midtjylland Håndbold
Spain Itxako Reyno de Navarra
France Metz Handball
Slovenia Krim Ljubljana

Group 1[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Hungary Győri Audi ETO KC 6 4 1 1 173 156 +17 9
Norway Larvik HK 6 2 2 2 142 147 −5 6
Spain Itxako Reyno de Navarra 6 1 3 2 139 139 0 5
Denmark FC Midtjylland Håndbold 6 2 0 4 144 156 −12 4
Denmark FCM Hungary GKC Norway LHK Spain SDI
Denmark Midtjylland 24–29 22–26 23–22
Hungary Győr 35–27 31–22 25–25
Norway Larvik 20–27 32–25 23–23
Spain Itxako 24–21 26–28 19–19

Group 2[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Montenegro Budućnost Podgorica 6 6 0 0 182 149 +33 12
Romania CS Oltchim Rm. Vâlcea 6 3 1 2 166 163 +3 7
Slovenia Krim Ljubljana 6 2 0 4 147 161 −14 4
France Metz Handball 6 0 1 5 144 166 −22 1
Romania CSV France MHB Slovenia RKK Montenegro ZRK
Romania Vâlcea 30–21 30–26 24–34
France Metz 26–26 20–21 27–29
Slovenia Krim 25–31 28–24 26–27
Montenegro Budućnost 31–25 32–26 29–21

Knockout stage[edit]

Semifinals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
CS Oltchim Rm. Vâlcea Romania 58–62 Hungary Győri Audi ETO KC 35–31 23–31
Larvik HK Norway 33–45 Montenegro Budućnost Podgorica 20–22 13–23

Final[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st match 2nd match
Győri Audi ETO KC Hungary 54–54 Montenegro Budućnost Podgorica 29–27 25–27

Top scorers[edit]

Final statistics[14]
Rank Name Team Goals
1 Hungary Anita Görbicz Hungary Győri Audi ETO KC 133
2 Montenegro Bojana Popović Montenegro Budućnost Podgorica 106
3 Montenegro Katarina Bulatović Montenegro Budućnost Podgorica 97
4 Portugal Alexandrina Barbosa Spain Itxako Reyno de Navarra 78
Croatia Andrea Penezić Slovenia Krim Ljubljana
6 Brazil Eduarda Amorim Hungary Győri Audi ETO KC 75
7 Norway Heidi Løke Hungary Győri Audi ETO KC 72
8 Norway Linn-Kristin Riegelhuth Koren Norway Larvik HK 69
9 Montenegro Jovanka Radičević Hungary Győri Audi ETO KC 62
Norway Linn Jørum Sulland Norway Larvik HK

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Viborg HK were guaranteed wild card following the withdrawal of HC Sparta Kryvyi Rih.

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