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28.08.2008, 14:57
2008 EHF Women's Champions Trophy
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The 2008 Women's Champions Trophy will take place in Russia. Follow the tournament on Eurosport 2!

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2008 EHF Women's Champions Trophy

The 2008/09 European Cup season will start with two spectacular handball weekends. The first trophies to win and the first tests for the most successful clubs of the last season are coming up.

2008 EHF Women’s Champions Trophy in Chekhov, Russia

Participants:

2007/08 Champions League winner

RUS Zvenigorod Zvezda

2007/08 EHF Cup winner

RUS Dinamo Volgograd

2007/08 Cup Winners’ Cup winner

NOR Larvik HK

Wild card for CL runner-up

AUT Hypo Niederösterreich

 
The settings will be similar to the CL Final in ChekhovDate: 13-14 September 2008
Venue: Sports hall “Olimpiysky” in Chekhov, Russia
Local organiser: Zvezda Zvenigorod

Playing schedule:

Sunday, 14 September 2008

16:00 local time (12:00 GMT)
3/4 Final: Larvik HK/NOR vs Dinamo Volgograd/RUS
Referees: Geipel/Helbig GER

18:30 local time (14:30 GMT)
Final: Hypo /AUT vs Zvezda Zvenigorod/RUS
Referees: Kékes/Kékes HUN

EHF delegates:
Stasova SVK and Konoplyasty UKR

The EHF will be represented by the Executive Committee Members Frantisek Taborsky/CZE and Arne Elovsson/SWE.

TV coverage

The semi-finals and the finals will be broadcast on Eurosport.

Saturday

Semi-final 1:
Hypo vs Larvik HK delayed at 15:45 CET
Semi-final 2:
Zvezda Zvenigorod vs Dinamo Volgograd LIVE at 16:30 CET

Sunday

Final LIVE 16:30 CET

Official 2008 EHF Women's Champions Trophy partner:




History of the event

Last year Zvezda had to congratulate ValceaThe Women's Champions Trophy looks back on a 14-year old history making it one of the most prestigious events of the season.

The tournament has previously come under the title of European Championship for Club Teams, or also commonly known as the Supercup. The EHF has relaunched the event under the new name of Champions Trophy in 2007, which is fitting because the champions of the Champions League, EHF Cup and Cup Winners’ Cup meet a wild card entrant to offer the public this attractive event.

Women

 Year    

 Winner

Venue     

 1994

 Hypo Niederösterreich

 Herning (DEN)

 1995

 Rotor Volgograd

 Volgograd (RUS) 

 1996

 Podravka Koprivnica

 Koprivnica (CRO)  

 1997

 Mar EL Osito l´Eliana Valencia

 Ljubljana (SLO)

 1998

 Ikast F.S.

 Silkeborg (DEN)

 1999

 Dunaferr SE

 Viborg (DEN)

 2000

 Hypo Niederösterreich

 Maria Enzersdorf (AUT)

 2001

 Viborg HK A/S

 Arhus (DEN)

 2002

 Kometal D. P. Skopje

 Skopje (MKD)

 2003

 Krim Ljubljana

 Farum (DEN)

 2004

 Krim Ljubljana

 Leipzig (GER)

 2006

 Viborg HK A/S

 Viborg (DEN)

 2007

 Oltchim Rm. Valcea

 Valcea (ROU)


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