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Handball - 29. May 2008.

The 2007/2008 Women’s EHF Champions League and European Cup Finals

The 2007/2008 Women’s EHF Champions League and European Cup Finals

The 2007/2008 Season
EHF Champions League: 32 clubs from 26 nations
EHF Cup: 39 clubs from 32 nations
Challenge Cup: 39 clubs from 23 nations

Cup Winners’ Cup: 29 clubs from 28 nations
A total of 366 matches were played in the four competitions and 397 900 spectators followed
the action live in the arenas around Europe. This was an increase from 385.200 in
2006/2007. The number of goals totalled 20.044, which increased from last season’s 17.219!

Women’s EHF Champions League
CONGRATULATIONS Zvezda Zvenigorod!

Zvezda Zvenigorod is the first Russian women’s club to take the EHF Champions League title! Zvezda won both matches. They beat four times EHF Champions League winner Hypo Niederösterreich in both legs of the finals.


The Top Scorer prize was clearly taken by Timea Toth from Hypo Niederösterreich with
127 goals throughout the 2007/2008 season.

Women’s Challenge Cup
European Cup newcomers, Vfl Odenburg, took the Challenge Cup title, beating the French club Merignac Handball convincingly in both legs, with a final score of 51:60. They lifted the Cup in front of 2500 fans in their home arena.


Women’s EHF Cup

The European Cup old timer club Dinamo Volgograd has taken their first title. The club has
been part of the EHF European Cup competitions since 1997/1998, despite reaching the
higher ranks of the competitions on numerous occasions this is their first European title. They
beat the Spanish club Itxako-Navarra. The final result was 50:45!

Women’s Cup Winners’ Cup Final

Larvik HK of Norway has taken the 2007/2008
Women’s Cup Winners’ Cup beating the Romanian team of CS Rulmentul-Urban Brasov
in both final matches. Larvik entered the competition in the EHF Champions League and
were third in the group matches which automatically qualified them for the Cup
Winners’ Cup. They are no strangers to the Cup Winners’ Cup, they won it back in 2004/2005!


The 2007/2008 has now ended with final round-up work coming to a close. Thoughts are
already on the 2008/2009 season with national federations announcing their national league
results, which can be viewed on www.eurohandball.com. The newly formed EHF Women’s
Club Committee and Board will meet for the first time on 9/10 June 2008, with the
forthcoming season being one of the points on the agenda for the meetings. The deadline for
all club registrations for participation in the 2008/2009 season is 22 June 2008 and the
2008/2009 competition line-ups will be published by 14th July 2008. The EHF will publish
news on the new season throughout the summer.
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