2015/16 Women's EHF Champions LeagueNews overview
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Zoqbi de Paula joins Buducnost

03.06.2016 - NEWS REPORT: Fleury goalkeeper to join Buducnost's push to reclaim the Women's EHF Champions League title

Unbeaten Rostov, high-scoring FTC and fan favourites Györ

01.03.2016 - FACTS AND FIGURES: Providing all the important numbers after the completion of the Women’s EHF Champions League Main Round

Buducnost win group as Györ overpower Bucuresti

28.02.2016 - GROUP 2 REVIEW: Reigning champions Buducnost clinch a tough Main Round group with a flawless home win over Midtjylland, booking a quarter-final clash with HCM Baia Mare

Larvik claim second spot with a hard-fought win at Fleury

28.02.2016 - GROUP 1 REVIEW: The Norwegian side's narrow win at Fleury granted Larvik home court advantage for the quarter-finals while Rostov Don defeated struggling Thüringer in the last round

Resolute FTC end Baia Mare’s perfect run

27.02.2016 - GROUP 1 REVIEW: The heated clash in Budapest was decided by the massive Hungarian wall of defence backed by the excellent Melinda Szikora, who doomed the visitors to finish fourth on the table.

Vardar go top after comeback win at Sävehof

26.02.2016 - GROUP 2 REVIEW: Macedonian giants HC Vardar leapfrog their rivals into the section’s top spot with a hard-fought victory at IK Sävehof, who threatened to cause an upset after making a bright start to the game.

Decisive showdown in Budapest

26.02.2016 - GROUP 1 PREVIEW: Saturday’s FTC and Baia Mare clash and the result of Fleury vs Larvik will decide the final standings of the group.

Trio chase top spot in nail-biting finish

25.02.2016 - GROUP 2 PREVIEW: Buducnost, Györi Audi ETO KC and HC Vardar can all win Group 2 in the final match week of an enthralling main round.

5 reasons for FTC’s main round meltdown

24.02.2016 - FIRST-HAND INSIGHT: Ferencváros won their group and were considered as huge favourites to reach the Women's EHF FINAL4 but the Hungarian champions faltered and managed to win just one of their main round matches. What happened to the Budapest outfit in such a short time?

Brilliant Vardar beat Buducnost for three-way race

21.02.2016 - GROUP 2 MATCH REVIEW: Macedonian giants HC Vardar enjoyed their first-ever Champions League win over Montenegrin rivals Buducnost after an impressive performance

Safe passage for CSM as Bazaliu and Gulldén shine

21.02.2016 - GROUP 2 MATCH REVIEW: CSM Bucuresti earned the last quarter-final spot from Group 2 after a 28:23 win in Midtjylland

Larvik clinch quarter-final berth

20.02.2016 - GROUP 1 REVIEW: The Norwegian powerhouse comfortably defeated FTC to qualify for the next stage, while Rostov-Don recorded a huge win against Fleury Loiret.

Consistent Györ stay in the hunt for top spot

19.02.2016 - GROUP 2 REVIEW: Hungarian giants Gyori Audi ETO KC overcame a slow start to defeat IK Sävehof, who fought bravely in a high-scoring contest.

Baia Mare secure spot in quarter-finals

19.02.2016 - GROUP 1 REVIEW: Romanian champions Baia Mare beat Thüringer without breaking a sweat and continue their magnificent Main Round run.

A Tale of Goal Scorers

19.02.2016 - FEATURE: Cristina Neagu and Andrea Penezic, last year’s top Women’s EHF Champions League goal scorers, come face to face in the highlight of the weekend.

Crunch time in Ikast, Vardar out for revenge

19.02.2016 - GROUP 2 PREVIEW: The penultimate weekend of the Women’s EHF Champions League Main Round offers a pair of scintillating clashes, as FC Midtjylland lock horns with CSM Bucuresti while HC Vardar take on perennial Balkan rivals Buducnost

Intense battles for quarter-final spots continue in Group 1

18.02.2016 - GROUP PREVIEW: Eight places are at stake as Larvik take on FTC; Fleury fight for their lives in Rostov and Baia Mare play host to Thüringer HC

Mehmedovic seeks new challenge abroad

18.02.2016 - NEWS REPORT: At the end of the season left wing Majda Mehmedovic will leave Buducnost after 11 years to join a foreign club. But her heart remains in Montenegro.

Impressive Vardar book quarter-final berth

16.02.2016 - GROUP 2 MATCH REVIEW: HC Vardar stormed into the Women's EHF Champions League knockout stages with two games to spare after a comprehensive victory at CSM Bucuresti

Larvik eliminate Thüringer and Baia Mare shock Fleury

14.02.2016 - GROUP 1 REVIEW: Thüringer are out of the race for the quarter-finals and Baia Mare decide an epic goalkeeping contest in the dying seconds of the match.

Buducnost sink Györ to surge to the top of Group 2

14.02.2016 - GROUP 2 MATCH REVIEW: The Montenegrin giants prevailed against their perennial rivals from Hungary to grab the group’s top position.

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Rostov seal group win in Budapest nail-biter
Savehof crush FCM for first main round win
Rostov put unbeaten record to the test in Budapest
Chasing pack face crunch time in fierce Group 2
Buducnost power past Midtjylland to go top of Group 2
Rostov stay perfect and Fleury Loiret stun Larvik
Györ move top with victory and Vardar punish Sävehof
Baia Mare devastate FTC to maintain unbeaten run
Fierce battle for knockout stage berths continues
Baia Mare to continue excellent main round run
Buducnost hand Vardar huge loss
Rostov maintain unblemished record at Fleury’s expense
Resilient Baia Mare earn vital victory at Thüringer
FTC's ‘Pena-inspired’ home victory against Larvik
Rostov and Larvik set for dangerous journeys
Gullden steers CSM to priceless win over Midtjylland
CSM cautious after injury woes mount
Vardar visit wounded Buducnost in Balkan derby
Adzic: Better to lose now than later
Anna Sen: Hard work and continued success leads to Budapest
Baia Mare change their luck against Fleury
Mighty Midtjylland overpower battling Sävehof
Györ and Vardar prevail on enthralling opening day
Lunde shines for Rostov Don; Larvik outclass Thüringer
Bulatovic and Amorim to come out with the guns blazing
Clash of undefeated sides sets the mood for main round action
Buducnost head star-studded field eyeing the trophy
The Danish coaches and their foreign success
Women’s EHF Champions League experience dominates Denmark 2015 courts
Mighty Buducnost top the power rankings
Malovic: "Handball is my life, I do not see myself anywhere else"
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