|Key to colours in group tables|
|Teams that progressed to the first knockout round are indicated in bold type|
|Teams that progressed to the EHF Cup Winner's Cup are indicated in bold italics|
|Teams eliminated from European competitions for the season are indicated in plain italics|
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