EHF Men's Champions Trophy


The EHF Champions Trophy (named IHF Supercup between 1979 and 1983, named EHF Supercup between 1996 and 2007) was an official annual club competition of the European Handball Federation, that was contested until 2008.

History


Regarded as one of the strongest handball competitions in Europe it was usually played among club winners of the top three EHF competitions (EHF Champions League, EHF Cup, EHF Cup Winner's Cup) during the previous season and the fourth club, either a host or a special EHF invitee.[1]

Winners


Year Final Third place match
Champion Score Runner-up Third place Score Fourth place
1979
Details

VfL Gummersbach
14–9
TV Grosswallstadt
1980
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TV Grosswallstadt
19–15
C.BM Calpisa Alicante
1981
Details

SC Magdeburg
24–19
TuS Nettelstedt
1982
Details

SC Empor Rostock
31–27
SC Honved Budapest
1983
Details

VfL Gummersbach
17–16
SKA Minsk
1996
Details

FC Barcelona Handbol
27–24
BM Granollers

TBV Lemgo
25–20
Drammen HK
1997
Details

FC Barcelona Handbol
25–20
Elgorriaga Bidasoa

Kolding IF
36–34
Virum Sorgenfri
1998
Details

FC Barcelona Handbol
28–22
Badel 1862 Zagreb

Caja Cantabria Santander
26–24
IFK Skövde HK
1999
Details

FC Barcelona Handbol
26–25
SC Magdeburg

Prosesa Ademar Leon
35–34
SG Flensburg-Handewitt
2000
Details

Portland San Antonio
28–24
FC Barcelona Handbol

Dunaferr SE
27–22
RK Metković Jambo
2001
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SC Magdeburg
21–20
Portland San Antonio

THW Kiel
33–31
SG Flensburg-Handewitt
2002
Details

SC Magdeburg
31–30
Fotex KC Veszprém

BM Ciudad Real
32–20
THW Kiel
2003
Details

FC Barcelona Handbol
30–29
BM Valladolid

BM Ciudad Real
29–28
Montpellier HB
2004
Details

Celje
30–29
Kiel

Ciudad Real
34–24
BM Valladolid
2005
Details

BM Ciudad Real
37–28
SC Magdeburg

FC Barcelona Handbol
31–30
CB Ademar León
2006
Details

BM Ciudad Real
36–31
VfL Gummersbach

TBV Lemgo
34–33
Chekhovskiye Medvedi
2007
Details

Kiel
38–34
Celje

Hamburg
31–27
Magdeburg
2008
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BM Ciudad Real
32–28
MKB Veszprém KC

THW Kiel
36–31
HSG Nordhorn

Statistics


By country

Country 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Top 4
 Spain 9 6 6 2 23
 Germany 8 6 5 5 24
 Slovenia 1 1 0 0 2
 Hungary 0 3 1 0 4
 Russia /  Soviet Union 0 1 0 1 2
 Croatia 0 1 0 1 2
 Denmark 0 0 1 1 2
 Norway 0 0 0 1 1
 Sweden 0 0 0 1 1
 France 0 0 0 1 1

References