Women's CEV Champions League 2007–08 - Final Four

Final Four

Palacio de Deportes de Murcia, Murcia, 5 & 6 April 2008

Semi Finals Final
5 April
Grupo 2002 Murcia 1
Zarechie Odintsovo 3
6 April
Zarechie Odintsovo 1
Colussi Perugia 3
3rd place
5 April 6 April
Colussi Perugia 3 Grupo 2002 Murcia 2
Asystel Novara 2 Asystel Novara 3

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