Women's EHF Challenge Cup

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Women's EHF Challenge Cup
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2015–16 Women's EHF Challenge Cup
Women's EHF Challenge Cup logo.svg
Sport Handball
Founded 1993
Country EHF members
Continent Europe
Most recent
champion(s)
Spain Rocasa G.C. ACE (2015–16)
Most titles Germany Buxtehuder
France HBC Nîmes
France Mios Biganos Handball
(2 titles each)
Related
competitions
EHF Champions League
EHF Cup Winners' Cup
EHF Cup
Official website EHF Challenge Cup

The Women's EHF Challenge Cup is an annual team handball competition for women's clubs of Europe. It was known as the EHF City Cup until the 1999-2000 season.

Summary[edit]

Year Final Semi Final Losers
Champion Score Second Place
1993/94
Details
Germany
Buxtehuder
22-21; 23-22 Norway
Baekkelagets Oslo
Hungary
Szegedi
Romania
Hidrotehnica Constanţa
1994/95
Details
Russia
Rotor Volgograd
24-19; 24-20 Hungary
Vasas Budapest
Denmark
Ikast F.S.
Croatia
Granicar Djurdjevac
1995/96
Details
Romania
Silcotub Zalău
23-15; 19-27 Norway
Gjerpen IF Skien
Russia
Kuban Krasnodar
France
ES Besançon
1996/97
Details
Germany
Frankfurter
29-25; 26-24 Denmark
Ikast F.S.
Norway
Junkeren Bodo
Romania
Silcotub Zalău
1997/98
Details
Denmark
Ikast F.S.
27-22; 29-22 Germany
Frankfurter
Germany
Walle Bremen
Russia
AKVA Volgograd
1998/99
Details
Serbia and Montenegro
"Napredak" Kruševac
Netherlands
Van Riet Nieuwegein
France
Nîmes
Romania
Oţelul Galaţi
1999/00
Details
Romania
Rapid CFR Bucureşti
Denmark
Randers
Norway
Byåsen
Croatia
Osijek
2000/01
Details
France
Nîmes
22-18; 18-16 Croatia
Split Kaltenberg
Romania
FibrexNylon Săvinești
Russia
Luch Moscow
2001/02
Details
Romania
Universitatea Remin Deva
33-23; 31-25 Germany
Buxtehuder
Portugal
Gil Eanes-Lagos
Romania
Rapid CFR Bucureşti
2002/03
Details
Germany
Borussia Dortmund
24-16; 21-27 Romania
Selmont Baia Mare
Germany
DJK/MJC Trier
Poland
Nata AZS AWFiS Gdańsk
2003/04
Details
Germany
1. FC Nürnberg
29-23; 29-33 Romania
Universitatea Remin Deva
Iceland
ÍBV
Poland
Vitaral Jelfa Jelenia Góra
2004/05
Details
Germany
Bayer 04 Leverkusen
27-28; 25-22 France
Cercle Dijon Bourgogne
Croatia
Split Kaltenberg
Germany
Buxtehuder
2005/06
Details
Romania
Rulmentul Braşov
30-22; 25-24 Romania
Tomis Constanţa
France
Mérignac
Iceland
Valur
2006/07
Details
Serbia
"Naisa" Nis
23-32; 30-21 Romania
Universitatea Jolidon Cluj-Napoca
Croatia
Trešnjevka Zagreb
Romania
HCM Roman
2007/08
Details
Germany
Oldenburg
31-25; 29-26 France
Mérignac
Romania
Dunărea Brăila
Slovakia
ŠKP Bratislava
2008/09
Details
France
Nîmes
26-22; 30-25 Germany
Thüringer
Germany
ProVital Blomberg-Lippe
Turkey
Izmir BSB SK
2009/10
Details
Germany
Buxtehuder
40-28; 28-26 Germany
Frisch Auf Göppingen
Poland
Vistal Laczpol Gdynia
Republic of Macedonia
Metalurg Skopje
2010/11
Details
France
Mios Biganos
31–26; 30–29 Turkey
Muratpaşa Bld. SK
Netherlands
HandbalAcademie
France
Nîmes
2011/12
Details
France
H.A.C. Handball
36-27; 27-30 Turkey
Muratpaşa Bld. SK
Croatia
Lokomotiva Zagreb
France
Fleury Loiret
2012/13
Details
Czech Republic
Banik Most
20-24; 26-17 Croatia
Samobor
Turkey
Üsküdar B.S.K.
Sweden
H 65 Höör
2013/14
Details
Sweden
H 65 Höör
19-21; 23-21 France
Issy Paris
Ukraine
Galytchanka-Lviv
France
Mios Biganos
2014/15
Details
France
Mios Biganos
21-20;28-24 Poland
Pogoń Baltica Szczecin
Ukraine
Galytchanka-Lviv
France
Le Havre
2015/16
Details
Spain
Rocasa G.C. ACE
29–25;33–29 Turkey
Kastamonu Bld. GSK
Poland
EKS Start Elblag
Ukraine
HC Karpaty

Titles by club[edit]

Rank Club Titles Runner Up
1 Germany Buxtehuder 2 (1993–94, 2009–10) 1 (2001–02)
2 France Nîmes 2 (2000–01, 2008–09) 0 (-)
3 France Mios Biganos 2 (2010–11, 2014–15) 0 (-)
4 Romania Universitatea Remin Deva 1 (2001–02) 1 (2003–04)
5 Germany Frankfurter HC 1 (1996–97) 1 (1997–98)
6 Romania Rulmentul Braşov 1 (2005–06) 0 (-)
7 Romania Rapid CFR Bucureşti 1 (1999–00) 0 (-)
8 Germany Borussia Dortmund 1 (2002–03) 0 (-)
9 Denmark Ikast-Bording Elite Håndbold 1 (1997–98) 0 (-)
10 Serbia and Montenegro ŽORK Napredak Kruševac 1 (1998–99) 0 (-)
11 Germany Bayer 04 Leverkusen 1 (2004–05) 0 (-)
12 Serbia Naisa Niš 1 (2006–07) 0 (-)
13 Germany 1. FC Nürnberg 1 (2003–04) 0 (-)
14 Germany VfL Oldenburg 1 (2007–08) 0 (-)
15 Russia Rotor Volgograd 1 (1994–95) 0 (-)
16 Romania AS Silcotub Zalău 1 (1995–96) 0 (-)
17 France H.A.C. Handball 1 (2011–12) 0 (-)
18 Czech Republic Banik Most 1 (2012–13) 0 (-)
19 Sweden H 65 Höör 1 (2013–14) 0 (-)
20 Spain Rocasa G.C. ACE 1 (2015–16) 0 (-)

Titles by nations[edit]

Rank Country Champion Runner-Up Total finals
1  Germany 7 4 11
2  France 5 3 8
3  Romania 4 4 8
4  Serbia/
 Serbia and Montenegro
2 2
5  Denmark 1 2 3
6  Russia 1 1
7  Czech Republic 1 1
8  Sweden 1 1
9  Spain 1 1
10  Turkey 2 2
11  Norway 2 2
12  Croatia 2 2
13  Hungary 1 1
14  Netherlands 1 1
15  Poland 1 1

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