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The EHF Cup
EHF Cup
Winners' Cup was the official competition for men's and women's handball clubs of Europe
Europe
that won their national cup, and took place every year. From the 2012–13 season, the men's competition was merged with the EHF Cup.[1]

Contents

1 Winners

1.1 By country

2 See also 3 References 4 External links

Winners[edit]

Year

Final

Semi-final losers

Winners Score Runners-up

1975–76 Details

BM Granollers 21–21, 26–24

GW Dankersen

IF Oppsal Oslo

BSV Bern Muri

1976–77 Details

MAI Moskva 18–17

SC Magdeburg

Atlético Madrid

RK Partizan
RK Partizan
Bjelovar

1977–78 Details

VfL Gummersbach 15–13

RK Železničar Niš

ASPTT Metz

Anilana Łódź

1978–79 Details

VfL Gummersbach 15–18, 15–11

SC Magdeburg

Tatabánya KC

Minaur Baia Mare

1979–80 Details

Calpisa 16–18, 20–15

VfL Gummersbach

IK Heim

RK Borac Banja Luka

1980–81 Details

TuS Nettelstedt 16–18, 17–14

SC Empor Rostock

Minaur Baia Mare

Metaloplastika Šabac

1981–82 Details

SC Empor Rostock 22–18, 14–17

Dukla Prague

VfL Gunzburg

Throttur Reykjavik

1982–83 Details

SKA Minsk 24–26, 34–22

Dinamo Bucureşti

Szegedi Volán

RK Železničar Niš

1983–84 Details

FC Barcelona 24–21

RK Sloga Doboj

Maccabi Rishon LeZion

Szegedi Volán

1984–85 Details

FC Barcelona 23–30, 27–20

CSKA Moscow

Víkingur Reykjavík

Lugi Handboll

1985–86 Details

FC Barcelona 20–18, 19–21

TV Grosswallstadt

MKB Veszprém KC

Minaur Baia Mare

1986–87 Details

CSKA Moscow 16–18, 22–17

Amicitia Zürich

MTSV Schwabing

RK Slovan

1987–88 Details

SKA Minsk 21–24, 27-15

TV Grosswallstadt

HCB Karviná

RK Medveščak

1988–89 Details

TUSEM Essen 16–17, 19–16

US Créteil Handball

CD Bidasoa
CD Bidasoa
Irún

CS Dinamo Bucureşti

1989–90 Details

GD TEKA Santander 22–24, 23–18

HK Drott
HK Drott
Halmstad

VfL Gummersbach

MKB Veszprém KC

1990–91 Details

TSV Milbertshofen 15–20, 24–16

CD Bidasoa
CD Bidasoa
Irún

MKB Veszprém KC

CB Cantabria

1991–92 Details

SE Bramac Veszprém 24–14, 27–20

TSV Milbertshofen

TUSEM Essen

GOG Gudme

1992–93 Details

OM Vitrolles 23–22, 23–21

Fotex Veszprém SE

TUSEM Essen

Filippos Verias

1993–94 Details

FC Barcelona 20–23, 26–14

OM Vitrolles

TSV Bayer Dormagen

SC Pick Szeged

1994–95 Details

FC Barcelona 31–24, 26–22

GOG Gudme

SG Wallau-Massenheim

Borba Luzern

1995–96 Details

TBV Lemgo 24–19 25–26

GD TEKA Santander

Pelister Bitola

Red Star Belgrade

1996–97 Details

Elgorriaga Bidasoa Irun 24–19, 17–19

Fotex Veszprém SE

SC Magdeburg

US d'Ivry Handball

1997/98 Details

Caja Cantabria Santander 30–15 26–24

HSG Dutenhofen/Münchholzhausen

Viking

HC Lokomotiv-Polyot Cheljabinsk

1998–99 Details

Prosesa Ademar León 19–20, 32–23

Caja Cantabria Santander

RK Vardar
RK Vardar
Vatrostalna Skopje

Partizan Beograd

1999–2000 Details

Portland San Antonio 28–19 20–26

Dunaferr Sportegyesület

Kolding IF

Prule 67 Ljubljana

2000–01 Details

SG Flensburg-Handewitt 32–25, 19–24

CB Ademar León

BM Valladolid

TV Grosswallstadt

2001–02 Details

BM Ciudad Real 31–22, 27–32

SG Flensburg-Handewitt

Dunaferr SE

Partizan Beograd

2002–03 Details

BM Ciudad Real 33–27, 24–24

Redbergslids IK

TBV Lemgo

Celje

2003–04 Details

Portland San Antonio 31–30 30–26

BM Valladolid

TUSEM Essen

Gorenje

2004–05 Details

CB Ademar León 37–25, 31–25

Zagreb

HRK Izviđač
HRK Izviđač
Ljubuški

RK Vardar
RK Vardar
Vatrostalna Skopje

2005–06 Details

Chekhovskiye Medvedi 29–36, 32–24

BM Valladolid

HSG Nordhorn

HCM Constanta

2006–07 Details

HSV Hamburg 28–24, 33–37

CB Ademar León

RK "Bosna" Sarajevo

RK Zagreb

2007–08 Details

MKB Veszprém KC 37–32, 28–28

Rhein-Neckar Löwen

Kadetten Schaffhausen

BM Valladolid

2008–09 Details

BM Valladolid 31–30, 24–23

HSG Nordhorn

ZMC Amicitia Zürich

Kadetten Schaffhausen

2009–10 Details

VfL Gummersbach 34–25, 33–37

BM Granollers

SDC San Antonio

Steaua MFA Bucureşti

2010–11 Details

VfL Gummersbach 30–28, 26–26

Tremblay en France

Amaya Sport San Antonio

RK Vardar
RK Vardar
PRO

2011–12 Details

SG Flensburg-Handewitt 34–33, 32–28

VfL Gummersbach

CAI BM Aragon

Celje

By country[edit]

Rank Country Winners Runners-up Finals Total

1 Spain 17 8 25

2 Germany  East Germany   12 !11 1 12 13 !10 3 13 25 !21 4 25

3  Soviet Union Russia   3 !2 1 3 1 !1 0 1 4 !3 1 4

4 Hungary 2 3 5

5  Belarus 2 0 2

6 France 1 3 4

7 Sweden 0 2 2

8 Bosnia & Herzegovina 0 1 1

Croatia 0 1 1

 Czech Republic 0 1 1

Denmark 0 1 1

Romania 0 1 1

Serbia 0 1 1

  Switzerland 0 1 1

Total 37 37 74

See also[edit]

EHF Women's Cup Winners' Cup

References[edit]

^ Men’s EHF Club Competitions 2012–13

External links[edit]

Official website

v t e

EHF Cup
EHF Cup
Winners' Cup / Women's EHF Cup
EHF Cup
Winners' Cup

Men

1975–76 1976–77 1977–78 1978–79 1979–80 1980–81 1981–82 1982–83 1983–84 1984–85 1985–86 1986–87 1987–88 1988–89 1989–90 1990–91 1991–92 1992–93 1993–94 1994–95 1995–96 1996–97 1997–98 1998–99 1999–00 2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 2010–11 2011–12 Merged with EHF Cup

Women

1975–76 1976–77 1978000 1979000 1979–80 1980–81 1981–82 1982–83 1983–84 1984–85 1985–86 1986–87 1987–88 1988–89 1989–90 1990–91 1991–92 1992–93 1993–94 1994–95 1995–96 1996–97 1997–98 1998–99 1999–00 2001000 2002000 2003000 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 2010–11 2011–12 2012–13 2013–14 2014–15 2015–16 Merged with Women's EHF Cup

v t e

International handball clubs competitions

IHF IHF Super Globe

AHF (Asia)

Men

Asian Club League Handball
Handball
Championship

Women

Asian Women's Club League Handball
Handball
Championship

CAHB (Africa)

Men

African Handball
Handball
Champions League African Handball
Handball
Cup Winners' Cup African Handball
Handball
Super Cup

Women

African Women's Handball
Handball
Champions League African Women's Handball
Handball
Cup Winners' Cup African Women's Handball
Handball
Super Cup

EHF (Europe)

Men

EHF Champions League EHF Cup EHF Challenge Cup EHF Cup
EHF Cup
Winners' Cup (defunct) EHF Men's Champions Trophy (defunct)

Women

Women's EHF Champions League Women's EHF Cup Women's EHF Challenge Cup Women's EHF Cup
EHF Cup
Winners' Cup (defunct) EHF Women's Champions Trophy (defunct)

PATHF (Americas)

Men

Pan American Men's Club Handball
Handball
Championship

Women

Pan American Women's Club Handball
Handball
Championship

OHF (Oceania)

Men

Oceania Handball
Handball
Champions Cup

Women

Oceania Women's Handball
Handball
Champions Cup

v t e

European Handball Federation
European Handball Federation
club competitions

Active

Men

EHF Champions League EHF Cup EHF Challenge Cup

Women

Women's EHF Champions League Women's EHF Cup Women's EHF Challenge Cup

Defunct

Men

EHF Cup
EHF Cup
Winners' Cup (1975–2012) EHF Men's Champions Trophy (1979–1983, 1996–2008)

Women

Women's EHF Cup
EHF Cup
Winners' Cup (1976–2016) EHF Women's Champions Tr

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