Women's EHF Cup

The Women's EHF Cup is an annual competition for women's handball clubs of Europe. It is organized by the EHF. It is currently the second-tier competition of European club handball, ranking only below the EHF Champions League.

Women's EHF Cup
Current season, competition or edition:
2019–20 Women's EHF Cup
SportHandball
Founded1981
No. of teams32
CountryEHF members
ContinentEurope
Most recent
champion(s)
Siófok KC
(1st title)
Most titles Viborg HK
(3 titles)
Related
competitions
EHF Champions League
Official websiteEHF Cup

History

The first edition took place in 1981. It was called the IHF Cup until 1993. From the 2016–17 season, the competition merged with the EHF Cup Winners' Cup.

Tournament structure

The EHF Cup is a competition divided into seven rounds: Round 1, Round 2, Round 3, Group Phase, Quarter-finals, Semi-finals and Final.[1]

Summary

Year Final Semi Final Losers
Champion Score Second Place
1981–82
Details

Trešnjevka Zagreb
30-27 17-19
Eglė Vilnius

TSC Berlin

Swift Roermond
1982–83
Details

Avtomobilist Baku
20-14 18-15
Empor Rostock

Topolniky

Veszprém
1983–84
Details

Râmnicu Vâlcea
22–18 29–21
VfL Oldenburg

Iskra Partizánske

Budapesti Spartacus
1984–85
Details

Vorwärts Frankfurt
17-19 19-13
Vasas Budapest

Iskra Partizánske

Lützellinden
1985–86
Details

Leipzig
16-22 25-15
Debrecen

Druzstevnik Topolniky

Tyresö HF
1986–87
Details

Budućnost Titograd
21-23 34-27
Start Bratislava

Avtomobilist Baku

Budapesti Spartacus
1987–88
Details

Eglė Vilnius
34-20 22-32
Budućnost Titograd

Belinka Ljubljana

TSC Berlin
1988–89
Details

Râmnicu Vâlcea
26-18 21-26
Eglė Vilnius

Bayer Leverkusen

Budapesti Spartacus
1989–90
Details

Vorwärts Frankfurt
19-22 21-16
Spartak Kiev

Mureșul Târgu Mureș

Budapesti Spartacus
1990–91
Details

Lokomotiva Zagreb
19-11 19-20
Bayer Leverkusen

Frederiksberg

Vorwärts Frankfurt
1991–92
Details

Leipzig
24-19 28-18
Tempo Partizánske

Kuban Krasnodar

Zalău
1992–93
Details

Rapid Bucureşti
28-16 22-24
Dijon

Gjerpen

Leipzig
1993–94
Details

Viborg
23–20 21–24
Debrecen

Dijon

Valencia Urbana
1994–95
Details

Debrecen
22–14 22–30
Baekkelaget Oslo

Buxtehuder

Slovan Duslo Šaľa
1995–96
Details

Debrecen
20–23 18–15
Larvik

Valencia Urbana

Rostov-Don
1996–97
Details

Olimpija Ljubljana
26–18 26–30
Borussia Dortmund

Vasas Budapest

Oţelul Galaţi
1997–98
Details

Dunaújváros
26–22 34–27
Banská Bystrica

Oţelul Galaţi

Elda Prestigio
1998–99
Details

Viborg
21–24 28–21
Győr

Tertnes Bergen

GKS Piotrkovia
1999–00
Details

El Ferrobus Mislata
24–22 18–19
Tertnes Bergen

Borussia Dortmund

Slovan Duslo Šaľa
2000–01
Details

Lublin
28–21 24–24
Podravka Koprivnica

Slavia Praha

Zagłębie Lubin
2001–02
Details

Ikast
25–30 36–23
Győr

TV Giessen Luetzellinden

Baekkelaget Oslo
2002–03
Details

Slagelse
22–27 27–20
Dunaújváros

Alba Fehérvár

Motor Zaporozhye
2003–04
Details

Viborg
27–27 37–21
Győr

Nordstrand Oslo

Vipers Kristiansand
2004–05
Details

Alba Fehérvár
21–27 28–19
Győr

HC Leipzig

Ferencváros
2005–06
Details

Ferencváros
37–36 33–32
Podravka Koprivnica

Debrecen

Motor Zaporozhye
2006–07
Details

Zvezda Zvenigorod
25–30 32–22
Ikast

Elda Prestigio

Bayer Leverkusen
2007–08
Details

Dinamo Volgograd
27–25 23–20
Itxako Navarra

Dunaújváros

Ikast
2008–09
Details

Itxako Navarra
27–19 25–26
HC Leipzig

Rulmentul Braşov

Dinamo Volgograd
2009–10
Details

Randers
20–22 30–24
Elda Prestigio

Bayer Leverkusen

Le Havre
2010–11
Details

Ikast
26–24 21–28
Holstebro

Oldenburg

Lada Togliatti
2011–12
Details

Lada Togliatti
30–24 20–21
Zalău

Vejen

Mar Alicante
2012–13
Details

Holstebro
31–35 33–28
Metz

Zalău

Ikast
2013–14
Details

Lada Togliatti
36–25 32–23
Esbjerg

Astrakhanochka

Alba Fehérvár
2014–15
Details

Holstebro
33-20 22-33
Rostov-Don

Muratpaşa

Érd
2015–16
Details

Dunaújváros
26-28 29-21
Metzingen

Randers

Corona Braşov
2016–17
Details

Rostov-Don
28–25, 25–21
(53–46)

Bietigheim

Nykøbing

Metzingen
2017–18
Details

Craiova
22–26, 30–25
(52–51)

Vipers Kristiansand

Viborg

Kastamonu Belediyesi
2018–19
Details

Siófok
21–21, 26–21
(47–42)

Esbjerg

Viborg

Ikast
2019–20
Details




Statistics

By club

Club Winner Runner-up Years won Years runner-up
Viborg
3
0
1994, 1999, 2004
Debrecen
2
2
1995, 1996 1986, 1994
Dunaújváros
2
1
1998, 2016 2003
Leipzig
2
1
1986, 1992 2009
Ikast
2
1
2002, 2011 2007
Holstebro
2
1
2013, 2015 2011
Râmnicu Vâlcea
2
0
1984, 1989
Frankfurt an der Oder
2
0
1985, 1990
Lada Togliatti
2
0
2012, 2014
Eglė Vilnius
1
2
1988 1982, 1989
Budućnost Podgorica
1
1
1987 1988
Itxako Navarra
1
1
2009 2008
Rostov-Don
1
1
2017 2015
Trešnjevka Zagreb
1
0
1982
Avtomobilist Baku
1
0
1983
Lokomotiva Zagreb
1
0
1991
Rapid București
1
0
1993
Olimpija Ljubljana
1
0
1997
Mislata
1
0
2000
Lublin
1
0
2001
Slagelse
1
0
2003
Alba Fehérvár
1
0
2005
Ferencváros
1
0
2006
Zvezda Zvenigorod
1
0
2007
Dinamo Volgograd
1
0
2008
Randers
1
0
2010
Craiova
1
0
2018
Siófok
1
0
2019
Győr
0
4
1999, 2002, 2004, 2005
Podravka Koprivnica
0
2
2001, 2006
Esbjerg
0
2
2014, 2019
Empor Rostock
0
1
1983
Oldenburg
0
1
1984
Vasas Budapest
0
1
1985
Start Bratislava
0
1
1987
Spartak Kyiv
0
1
1990
Bayer Leverkusen
0
1
1991
Tempo Partizánske
0
1
1992
Dijon
0
1
1993
Bækkelagets Oslo
0
1
1995
Larvik
0
1
1996
Borussia Dortmund
0
1
1997
Banská Bystrica
0
1
1998
Tertnes Bergen
0
1
2000
Elda Prestigio
0
1
2010
Zalău
0
1
2012
Metz
0
1
2013
Metzingen
0
1
2016
Bietigheim
0
1
2017
Vipers Kristiansand
0
1
2018
Total3838

By country

# Country Winners Runners-up Total finals
1  Denmark
9
4
13
2  Hungary
7
8
15
3  Russia
5
1
6
4  Romania
4
1
5
5  East Germany
3
1
4
 Yugoslavia
3
1
4
7  Soviet Union
2
3
5
8  Spain
2
2
4
9  Germany
1
6
7
10  Slovenia
1
0
1
 Poland
1
0
1
12  Norway
0
4
4
13  Croatia
0
2
2
 France
0
2
2
 Czechoslovakia
0
2
2
16  Slovakia
0
1
1
Total383876

See also

References

  1. "EHF European Cup 2013/14 - Legs Overview". European Handball Federation. Retrieved 2014-07-10.
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