EHF Champions League - Winners

Winners

Year Final Semi Final Losers
Champion Score Second Place
1956–57
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Dukla Prague
21–13
Örebro SK

HG Kopenhagen

Paris UC
1958–59
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Redbergslids IK
18–13
Frisch Auf Göppingen

Helsingør IF

Dinamo Bucureşti
1959–60
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Frisch Auf Göppingen
18–13
Aarhus GF

Dinamo Bucureşti

Paris UC
1961–62
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Frisch Auf Göppingen
13–11
Partizan Bjelovar

Dukla Prague

IK Skovbakken
1962–63
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Dukla Prague
15–13
Dinamo Bucureşti

Frisch Auf Göppingen

Ajax København
1964–65
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Dinamo Bucureşti
13–11
Medveščak Zagreb

Grasshopper-Club Zürich

Ajax København
1965–66
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SC Leipzig
16–14
Budapest Honvéd FC

Dukla Prague

Aarhus GF
1966–67
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VfL Gummersbach
17–13
Dukla Prague

SK Cuncevo

Dinamo Bucureşti
1967–68
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Steaua MFA Bucureşti
13–11
Dukla Prague

Dynamo Berlin

Partizan Bjelovar
1969–70
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VfL Gummersbach
14–11
Dynamo Berlin

Steaua MFA Bucureşti

RK Crvenka
1970–71
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VfL Gummersbach
17–16
Steaua MFA Bucureşti

Sporting CP

Partizan Bjelovar
1971–72
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Partizan Bjelovar
19–14
VfL Gummersbach

MAI Moskva

HT Tatran Prešov
1972–73
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MAI Moskva
26–23
Partizan Bjelovar

SC Leipzig

SolK Hellas
1973–74
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VfL Gummersbach
17–16
MAI Moskva

Oppsal IF Oslo

Ruda Hvezda Bratislava
1974–75
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ASK Frankfurt/Oder
19–17
Borac Banja Luka

VfL Gummersbach

Steaua MFA Bucureşti
1975–76
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Borac Banja Luka
17–15
Fredericia KFUM

VfL Gummersbach

Fredensborg/Ski
1976–77
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Steaua MFA Bucureşti
21–20
CSKA Moskva

Fredericia KFUM

VfL Gummersbach
1977–78
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SC Magdeburg
28–22
Śląsk Wrocław

Budapest Honvéd FC

Calpisa
1978–79
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TV Grosswallstadt
30–28
(14-10 / 18-16)

Empor Rostock

Budapest Honvéd FC

Dinamo Bucureşti
1979–80
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TV Grosswallstadt
21–12
Valur Reykjavík

Dukla Prague

Atlético de Madrid
1980–81
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SC Magdeburg
52–43
(25-23 / 29-18)

Slovan Ljubljana

LUGI HF

CSKA Moskva
1981–82
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Budapest Honvéd FC
49–34
(25-16 / 18-24)

TSV St. Omar St. Gallen

Helsingør IF

TV Grosswallstadt
1982–83
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VfL Gummersbach
32–29
(15-19 / 13-14)

CSKA Moskva

FC Barcelona

RK Metaloplastika
1983–84
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Dukla Prague
38–38
(21-17 / 21-17)

RK Metaloplastika

VfL Gummersbach

Budapest Honvéd FC
1984–85
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RK Metaloplastika
49–32
(19-12 / 20-30)

Atlético de Madrid

FH Hafnarfjörður

Dukla Prague
1985–86
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RK Metaloplastika
54–52
(29-24 / 30-23)

Wybrzeże Gdańsk

Steaua MFA Bucureşti

Atlético de Madrid
1986–87
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SKA Minsk
62–49
(32-24 / 25-30)

Wybrzeże Gdańsk

TUSEM Essen

RK Metaloplastika
1987–88
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CSKA Moskva
36–36
(18-15 / 21-18)

TUSEM Essen

RK Metaloplastika

Elgorriaga Bidasoa
1988–89
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SKA Minsk
61–53
(30-24 / 37-23)

Steaua MFA Bucureşti

SC Magdeburg

HK Drott
1989–90
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SKA Minsk
53–50
(26-21 / 29-27)

FC Barcelona

TUSEM Essen

US Créteil Handball
1990–91
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FC Barcelona
41–40
(23-21 / 20-17)

Proleter Zrenjanin

ETI Bisküiler

Dinamo Astrakhan
1991–92
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RK Zagreb
50–38
(22-20 / 18-28)

GD TEKA Santander

Kolding IF

FC Barcelona
1992–93
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RK Zagreb
40–39
(22-17 / 22-18)

SG Wallau-Massenheim

Vénissieux handball

FC Barcelona
1993–94
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GD TEKA Santander
45–43
(22-22 / 23-21)

ABC Braga

UHK West Wien

USAM Nîmes
1994–95
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Elgorriaga Bidasoa
56–47
(30-20 / 27-26)

RK Zagreb

THW Kiel

Caja Cantabria Santander
1995–96
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FC Barcelona
46–38
(23-15 / 23-23)

Elgorriaga Bidasoa

Pfadi Winterthur

THW Kiel
1996–97
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Barcelona
61–45
(31-22 / 23-30)

Zagreb

Celje Pivovarna Laško

THW Kiel
1997–98
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FC Barcelona
56–40
(28-18 / 22-28)

Zagreb

TBV Lemgo

Celje Pivovarna Laško
1998–99
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FC Barcelona
50–41
(22-22 / 28-19)

RK Zagreb

Celje Pivovarna Laško

Portland San Antonio
1999–00
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FC Barcelona
54–52
(28-25 / 29-24)

THW Kiel

Celje Pivovarna Laško

Badel 1862 Zagreb
2000–01
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Portland San Antonio
52–49
(30-24 / 25-22)

Barcelona

Celje Pivovarna Laško

THW Kiel
2001–02
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SC Magdeburg
51–48
(23-21 / 30-25)

Fotex KC Veszprém

Kolding IF

Portland San Antonio
2002–03
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Montpellier HB
50–46
(27-19 / 31-19)

Portland San Antonio

Prule 67 Ljubljana

Fotex KC Veszprém
2003–04
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Celje Pivovarna Laško
62–58
(34-28 / 30-28)

SG Flensburg-Handewitt

BM Ciudad Real

SC Magdeburg
2004–05
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FC Barcelona
56–55
(28-27 / 29-27)

BM Ciudad Real

Celje Pivovarna Laško

Montpellier HB
2005–06
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BM Ciudad Real
62–47
(19-25 / 37-28)

Portland San Antonio

SG Flensburg-Handewitt

MKB Veszprém KC
2006–07
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THW Kiel
57–55
(28-28 / 29-27)

SG Flensburg-Handewitt

Portland San Antonio

BM Valladolid
2007–08
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BM Ciudad Real
58–54
(27-29 / 25-31)

THW Kiel

HSV Hamburg

FC Barcelona
2008–09
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BM Ciudad Real
67–66
(39-34 / 33-27)

THW Kiel

HSV Hamburg

Rhein-Neckar Löwen
2009–10
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THW Kiel
36–34
FC Barcelona

BM Ciudad Real

Chekhovskiye Medvedi
2010–11
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FC Barcelona
27–24
BM Ciudad Real

Rhein-Neckar Löwen

HSV Hamburg
2011–12
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THW Kiel
26–21
Atlético de Madrid

AG København

Füchse Berlin

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