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2014–15 Women's EHF Champions League

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Women's EHF Champions League
2014–15
Papp László Budapest Sportaréna.jpg
The László Papp Sports Arena hosted the final four
Tournament information
SportHandball
Dates2014–2015
Teams22 (Qualification stage)
16 (Group stage)
12 (Main round)
8 (Knockout stage)
Final positions
ChampionsMontenegro Budućnost
Runner-upNorway Larvik HK
Tournament statistics
Matches played96
Goals scored4991 (51.99 per match)
Attendance252,163 (2,627 per match)
Top scorer(s)Romania Cristina Neagu
Croatia Andrea Penezić
(102 goals)

The 2014–15 Women's EHF Champions League was the 22nd edition of the Women's EHF Champions League, the competition for top women's clubs of Europe, organized and supervised by the European Handball Federation.

Budućnost won the title for the second time by defeating Larvik HK 26–22 in the big final.[1]

Overview

Team allocation

League positions of the previous season shown in parentheses (TH: Title holders). 14 teams were directly qualified for the group stage.[2]

Group stage
Hungary Győri ETOTH (1st) Romania HCM Baia Mare (1st) Slovenia Krim (1st) North Macedonia Vardar (1st)
Denmark Viborg HK (1st) Germany Thüringer HC (1st) Austria Hypo Niederösterreich (1st) Poland SPR Lublin (1st)
Norway Larvik HK (1st) France Metz (1st) Croatia Lokomotiva Zagreb (1st)
Russia Dinamo Volgograd (1st) Montenegro Budućnost (1st) Sweden IK Sävehof (1st)
Qualification tournament
Hungary Ferencváros (2nd) Norway Byåsen HE (2nd) Serbia Radnički Kragujevac (1st) Netherlands SERCODAK Dalfsen (1st)
Denmark Midtjylland (2nd) Germany HC Leipzig (2nd) Croatia Podravka Koprivnica (2nd) Belarus BNTU Minsk (1st)

Round and draw dates

All draws held at the European Handball Federation headquarters in Vienna, Austria.

Phase Round Draw date First leg Second leg
Qualifying Qualification tournaments 26 June 2014 20–21 September 2014
Group stage Matchday 1 27 June 2014 17–19 October 2014
Matchday 2 24–26 October 2014
Matchday 3 31 October–2 November 2014
Matchday 4 7–9 November 2014
Matchday 5 14–16 November 2014
Matchday 6 21–23 November 2014
Main round Matchday 1 31 January–2 February 2015
Matchday 2 6–8 February 2015
Matchday 3 13–15 February 2015
Matchday 4 27 February–1 March 2015
Matchday 5 6–8 March 2015
Matchday 6 13–15 March 2015
Knockout stage Quarterfinal 3–5 April 2015 10–12 April 2015
Final 4
(Budapest)
Semifinal 14 April 2015 9 May 2015 at László Papp Sports Arena
Final 10 May 2015 at László Papp Sports Arena

Qualification stage

Eight teams took part in the qualification tournaments. They were drawn into two groups of four teams, where they played a semifinal and a final or third place match. The winners of the qualification tournaments, played on 20–21 September 2014, qualified for the group stage. The draw took place on 26 June 2014, at 14:00 local time, in Vienna, Austria.[2][3]

Seedings

The seedings were published on 23 June 2014.[4]

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4
Hungary Ferencváros
Denmark Midtjylland
Norway Byåsen HE
Germany HC Leipzig
Croatia Podravka Koprivnica
Belarus BNTU Minsk
Netherlands SERCODAK Dalfsen
Serbia Radnički Kragujevac

Qualification tournament 1

 
SemifinalsFinal
 
      
 
20 September
 
 
Hungary Ferencváros33
 
21 September
 
Netherlands SERCODAK Dalfsen25
 
Hungary Ferencváros38
 
20 September
 
Germany HC Leipzig (pen.)39
 
Germany HC Leipzig22
 
 
Belarus BNTU Minsk18
 
Third place game
 
 
21 September
 
 
Netherlands SERCODAK Dalfsen30
 
 
Belarus BNTU Minsk27

Qualification tournament 2

 
SemifinalsFinal
 
      
 
20 September
 
 
Denmark Midtjylland24
 
21 September
 
Serbia Rad. Kragujevac (aet)29
 
Serbia Rad. Kragujevac24
 
20 September
 
Croatia Pod.Koprivnica28
 
Norway Byåsen HE23
 
 
Croatia Pod. Koprivnica31
 
Third place game
 
 
21 September
 
 
Denmark Midtjylland28
 
 
Norway Byåsen HE24

Group stage

Location of teams of the 2014–15 Women's EHF Champions League group stage.
Red pog.svg Red: Group A; Green pog.svg Green: Group B; Blue pog.svg Blue: Group C; Yellow pog.svg Yellow: Group D.

The 16 teams were drawn into four groups of four teams, where they played each other twice. The top three teams advanced to the main round. The draw took place on 27 June 2014, at 18:00 local time, in Vienna, Austria.[2][5]

Seedings

The seedings were published on 23 June 2014.[4]

Pot 1 Pot 2
Hungary Győri ETO
Montenegro Budućnost
Norway Larvik HK
Slovenia Krim
Denmark Viborg HK
Romania HCM Baia Mare
Germany Thüringer HC
Russia Dinamo Volgograd
Pot 3 Pot 4
North Macedonia ŽRK Vardar
France Metz Handball
Austria Hypo Niederösterreich
Croatia RK Lokomotiva Zagreb
Sweden IK Sävehof
Poland SPR Lublin SSA
Germany HC Leipzig
Croatia RK Koprivnica
Key to colours in group tables
Top three placed teams advanced to the main round
Fourth-placed teams entered the Cup Winners' Cup last 16

Group A

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts DIN LEI KRI HYP
Russia Dinamo Volgograd 6 4 1 1 160 143 +17 9 27–19 25–26 27–22
Germany HC Leipzig 6 4 0 2 177 152 +25 8 27–30 30–24 42–22
Slovenia Krim 6 2 0 4 162 165 −3 4 24–26 31–35 32–20
Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 6 1 1 4 136 175 −39 3 25–25 18–24 29–25

Group B

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts BUD VAR THÜ POD
Montenegro Budućnost 6 5 1 0 161 130 +31 11 23–17 23–14 32–26
North Macedonia Vardar 6 3 1 2 149 140 +9 7 24–24 26–21 35–25
Germany Thüringer HC 6 3 0 3 143 144 −1 6 22–27 21–20 33–20
Croatia Podravka Koprivnica 6 0 0 6 152 191 −39 0 27–32 26–27 28–32

Group C

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts GYŐ VIB SÄV LOK
Hungary Győri ETO 6 6 0 0 183 127 +56 12 22–20 35–23 32–23
Denmark Viborg HK 6 3 1 2 162 144 +18 7 25–30 38–25 29–24
Sweden IK Sävehof 6 0 3 3 146 188 −42 3 21–38 25–25 29–29
Croatia Lokomotiva Zagreb 6 0 2 4 132 164 −32 2 15–26 18–25 23–23

Group D

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts LAR MET BAI LUB
Norway Larvik HK 6 6 0 0 169 141 +28 12 25–20 31–26 35–24
France Metz 6 2 1 3 164 163 +1 5 25–26 34–24 30–30
Romania HCM Baia Mare 6 2 0 4 154 160 −6 4 23–24 23–24 30–25
Poland SPR Lublin 6 1 1 4 159 182 −23 3 23–28 35–31 22–28

Main round

The top three teams of each group from the group stage advanced to the main round. The 12 teams were split into two groups of six teams. The top four placed teams advanced to the knockout stage. The points gained in the group stage against teams that advance, were carried over.

Key to colours in group tables
Top four placed teams advanced to quarterfinals

Group 1

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts BUD DIN VAR THÜ LEI KRI
Montenegro Budućnost 10 9 1 0 270 193 +77 19 26–18 23–17 23–14 28–21 39–20
Russia Dinamo Volgograd 10 5 1 4 267 260 +7 11 18–25 33–25 30–30 27–19 25–26
North Macedonia Vardar 10 5 1 4 277 254 +23 11 24–24 28–27 26–21 26–20 41–30
Germany Thüringer HC 10 5 1 4 258 251 +7 11 22–27 30–33 21–20 27–23 33–21
Germany HC Leipzig 10 3 0 7 245 282 −37 6 19–32 27–30 26–23 25–34 30–24
Slovenia Krim 10 1 0 9 248 325 −77 2 20–23 24–26 29–47 23–26 31–35

Group 2

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts LAR GYŐ BAI VIB MET SÄV
Norway Larvik HK 10 10 0 0 263 216 +47 20 21–19 31–26 31–18 25–20 25–17
Hungary Győri ETO 10 8 0 2 282 224 +58 16 25–26 29–23 22–20 31–27 35–23
Romania HCM Baia Mare 10 4 0 6 262 270 −8 8 23–24 18–26 32–22 23–24 34–24
Denmark Viborg HK 10 3 1 6 252 274 −22 7 23–29 25–30 30–31 27–26 38–25
France Metz 10 3 0 7 244 253 −9 6 25–26 20–27 34–24 23–24 22–25
Sweden IK Sävehof 10 1 1 8 227 293 −66 3 20–25 21–38 26–28 25–25 21–23

Knockout stage

The top four placed teams of each group advance to the knockout stage. In the quarterfinals, the teams will play a home-and away series to determine the four participants of the final four, which then determines the winner.

Quarterfinals

The matches were played on 4–5 April and 11–12 April 2015.[6]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Viborg HK Denmark 41–57 Montenegro Budućnost 22–28 19–29
Thüringer HC Germany 44–65 Norway Larvik HK 26–29 18–36
HCM Baia Mare Romania 50–53 Russia Dinamo Volgograd 25–23 25–30
Vardar North Macedonia 51–45 Hungary Győri ETO 24–18 27–27

Final four

The draw was held on 14 April 2015.[7][8]

The final four was played in the László Papp Sports Arena, Budapest, Hungary.

 
SemifinalsFinal
 
      
 
9 May
 
 
Norway Larvik HK31
 
10 May
 
Russia Dinamo Volgograd22
 
Norway Larvik HK22
 
9 May
 
Montenegro Budućnost26
 
North Macedonia Vardar17
 
 
Montenegro Budućnost27
 
Third place game
 
 
10 May
 
 
Russia Dinamo Volgograd26
 
 
North Macedonia Vardar28

Statistics and awards

Top goalscorers

Statistics exclude qualifying rounds and play-off round.[9]

As of 10 May 2015
Rank Player Team Goals
1 Romania Cristina Neagu Montenegro Budućnost 102
Croatia Andrea Penezić North Macedonia Vardar
3 Norway Nora Mørk Norway Larvik 98
4 Russia Anna Kochetova Russia Volgograd 94
5 Poland Karolina Kudłacz Germany Leipzig 84
6 Russia Olga Akopian Russia Volgograd 82
7 Norway Linn-Kristin Riegelhuth Koren Norway Larvik 77
8 Russia Daria Dmitrieva Russia Volgograd 76
9 Sweden Ida Oden Sweden Sävehof 74
10 Slovenia Ana Gros France Metz 73
Slovenia Tamara Mavsar Slovenia Krim

All-Star Team

The all-star team and awards were announced on 8 May 2015.[10][11]

Other awards

See also

References

  1. ^ "Undefeated Buducnost take the trophy for the second time in history". ehfcl.com. Retrieved 10 May 2015.
  2. ^ a b c "Women's EHF Champions League teams announced for 2014/15". ehfcl.com. Retrieved 20 June 2014.
  3. ^ "Qualification draw sends Midtjylland against Kragujevac, while FTC face SERCODAK". ehfcl.com. 2014-06-26.
  4. ^ a b "Pots ready for qualification and group matches draws". ehfcl.com. 2014-06-23.
  5. ^ "Györ to face Viborg, Zagreb and Sävehof in group matches". ehfcl.com. 2014-06-27.
  6. ^ "Defending champions await Vardar in the quarter-finals". ehfcl.com. 15 March 2015.
  7. ^ "Two teams are new, two return to MVM EHF FINAL4". ehfcl.com. 13 April 2015.
  8. ^ "Clashes of women's handball giants open 2015 MVM EHF FINAL4". ehfcl.com. 14 April 2015.
  9. ^ Top scorers
  10. ^ "All-stars take to the court at the 2015 MVM EHF FINAL4". ehfcl.com. 8 May 2015.
  11. ^ "Woltering's heroics in goal earn the MVP award". ehfcl.com. 10 May 2015.

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