Women's EHF Cup Winners' Cup

The Women's EHF Cup Winners' Cup was the official competition for women's handball clubs of Europe that won their national cup, and took place every year from 1976 to 2016 (until 1993 organized by IHF instead of EHF). From the 2016–17 season, the competition will be merged with the EHF Cup.[1]

Women's EHF Cup Winners' Cup
Most recent season or competition:
2015–16 Women's EHF Cup Winners' Cup
SportHandball
Founded1976
No. of teams32
CountryEHF members
ContinentEurope
Most recent
champion(s)
SCM Craiova
Most titles Ferencváros (3)
RK Radnicki Belgrade (3)
ŽRK Budućnost Podgorica (3)
Related
competitions
EHF Champions League
EHF Cup
Official websiteEHF Cup Winners' Cup

Summary

Year Final Semifinal losers
Champion Score Second place
1976–77
Details

Berliner TSC
18–15
Spartak Baku

Csepel

Gutsmuths Berlin
1977–78
Details

Ferencváros
18–17
SC Leipzig

Inter Bratislava

GK Svendborg
1978–79
Details

Berliner TSC
40–30
(20–15, 20–15)

Ferencváros

AIA Tranbjerg

Žalgiris Kaunas
1979–80
Details

Iskra Partizánske
32–32 (PSO: 3–2)
(16–16, 16–16)

Lokomotiva Zagreb

Confecția Bucharest

Gutsmuths Berlin
1980–81
Details

Budapesti Spartacus
40–34
(18–17, 22–17)

Szeculics Szombor

Sportist Kremikovtsi

Västerås Irsta
1981–82
Details

RK Osijek
54–38
(27–21, 27–17)

Budapesti Spartacus

Vorwärts Frankfurt

Rostselmash Rostov
1982–83
Details

RK Osijek
46–46
(21–27, 25–19)

SC Magdeburg

TJ Gottwaldov

Rostselmash Rostov
1983–84
Details

Dalma Split
48–33
(26–15, 22–18)

TJ Gottwaldow

Építők

Admira Landhaus Wien
1984–85
Details

Budućnost Titograd
55–36
(33–18, 22–18)

Drustevnik Topolniki

Kuban Krasnodar

CSKA Sofia
1985–86
Details

Radnički Beograd
51–48
(24–25, 27–23)

VfL Engelskirchen

Avtomobilist Baku

Rødovre HK
1986–87
Details

Kuban Krasnodar
44–40
(21–17, 23–23)

TSC Berlin

Tyresö HF

Chimistul Râmnicu Vâlcea
1987–88
Details

Kuban Krasnodar
48–37
(28–17, 20–20)

Vasas

Gjerpen IF

TV Giessen-Lützellinden
1988–89
Details

Ştiinţa Bacău
47–44
(25–25, 22–19)

Kuban Krasnodar

CSKA Sofia

Lokomotiva Zagreb
1989–90
Details

Rostselmash Rostov
45–39
(17–21, 28–18)

Debrecen

Byåsen IL

Terom Iaşi
1990–91
Details

Radnički Beograd
46–40
(17–21, 28–18)

Spartak Kyiv

Debrecen

Buxtehuder SV
1991–92
Details

Radnički Beograd
45–45
(24–19, 21–26)

Debrecen

Bayer Leverkusen

Byåsen IL
1992–93
Details

TV Giessen-Lützellinden
48–43
(23–21, 25–22)

Rostselmash Rostov

Chimistul Râmnicu Vâlcea

Motor Zaporizhia
1993–94
Details

TUS Walle Bremen
45–44
(21–23, 24–21)

Ferencváros

Silcotex Zalău

Rostselmash Rostov
1994–95
Details

Dunaújváros
49–43
(23–25, 26–18)

TV Giessen-Lützellinden

Borussia Dortmund

Rossijanka Volgograd
1995–96
Details

TV Giessen-Lützellinden
50–41
(28–19, 22–22)

Kraš Zagreb

Vasas

Byasen Idrettslag
1996–97
Details

Istochnik Rostov
49–42
(25–18, 24–24)

VfB Leipzig

Larvik HK

ZRK "Sombor Dunav"
1997–98
Details

Baekkelagets Oslo
51–40
(23–23, 28–17)

Kraš Zagreb

Borussia Dortmund

Silcotub Zalău
1998–99
Details

Baekkelagets Oslo
50–35
(26–13, 24–22)

Ferrobus Mislata Tortajada

ASPTT Metz

Frederiksberg IF
1999–00
Details

Milar L'Eliana Valencia
62–54
(31–24, 31–30)

Kuban Krasnodar

Ikast Bording

Spartak Kyiv
2000–01
Details

Motor Zaporizhia
49–38
(26–20, 23–18)

Nordstrand 2000, Oslo

E.S.B.F. Besançon

Silcotub Zalau
2001–02
Details

Lada Togliatti
55–52
(27–32, 28–20)

CS Oltchim Râmnicu Vâlcea

C.B. Zaglebie Lubin

Alsa Elda Prestigio
2002–03
Details

E.S.B.F. Besançon
47–45
(27–30, 20–15)

Spartak Kyiv

Győr

Kolding IF
2003–04
Details

Ikast Bording EH
66–57
(30–35, 36–22)

Hypo Niederösterreich

FCK Handbold

Handball Metz Metropole
2004–05
Details

Larvik HK
68–53
(31–26, 37–27)

Podravka Vegeta

Tertnes Bergen

1. FC Nürnberg
2005–06
Details

ŽRK Budućnost
51–48
(25–25, 26–23)

Győr

Gjerpen Handball Skien

Larvik HK
2006–07
Details

CS Oltchim Râmnicu Vâlcea
59–53
(30–24, 29–29)

Byasen HB Elite Trondheim

Ferencváros

Cem. la Union-Ribarroja
2007–08
Details

Larvik HK
50–40
(25–21, 25–19)

CS Rulmentul-Urban Braşov

Podravka Vegeta

AKABA BeraBera
2008–09
Details

FCK Handbold
47–44
(21–23, 26–21)

Larvik HK

TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen

Gjerpen Handball
2009–10
Details

ŽRK Budućnost
41–36
(23–20, 18–16)

KIF Vejen

VfL Oldenburg

Metz Handball
2010–11
Details

Ferencváros
57–52
(34–29, 23–23)

CB Mar Alicante

LUGI HF

Metz Handball
2011–12
Details

Ferencváros
62–60
(31–30, 31–30)

Viborg HK

Dinamo Volgograd

HC Leipzig
2012–13
Details

Hypo Niederösterreich
61–43
(30–22, 31–21)

Issy-Paris Hand

Thüringer HC

Rostov-Don
2013–14
Details

Viborg HK
55–45
(31–22, 24–23)

Zvezda Zvenigorod

Byasen Trondheim

Rostov-Don
2014–15
Details

Midtjylland
46–42
(22–23, 24–19)

Fleury Loiret

Ferencváros

Hypo Niederösterreich
2015–16
Details

Team Tvis Holstebro
61–52
(31–27, 30–25)

Lada Togliatti

Issy Paris

RK Krim

Records and statistics

Winners

Club Winners Runners-up Years won Years runners-up
Ferencváros321978, 2011, 20121979, 1994
Radnički Beograd301986, 1991, 1992
Budućnost301985, 2006, 2010
Kuban Krasnodar221987, 19881989, 2000
Berliner TSC211977, 19791987
TV Lützellinden211993, 19961995
Rostov-Don211990, 19971993
Larvik HK212005, 20082009
Osijek201982, 1983
Bækkelagets SK201998, 1999
Midtjylland202004, 2015
Budapesti Spartacus1119811982
Râmnicu Vâlcea1120072002
Hypo Niederösterreich1120132004
Viborg HK1120142012
Lada Togliatti1120022016
Team Tvis Holstebro102016
Slávia Partizánske101980
Dalma Split101984
Știința Bacău101989
TuS Walle Bremen101994
Dunaújváros101995
Mar Valencia102000
Motor Zaporizhia102001
Besançon102003
FC København102009

Winners by country

# Country Winners Runners-up Total finals
1  Yugoslavia
7
2
9
2  Hungary
5
7
12
3  Denmark
5
2
7
4  Norway
4
3
7
5  Germany
3
3
6
 Soviet Union
3
3
6
7  Russia
2
4
6
8  East Germany
2
3
5
9  Romania
2
2
4
10  Montenegro
2
0
2
11  Czech Republic
1
2
3
 Spain
1
2
3
 France
1
2
3
14  Austria
1
1
2
 Ukraine
1
1
2
16  Croatia
0
3
3
Total404080

See also

References

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