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01.05.2014, 19:40
Fridrikas, Popovic and Viborg on top
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FACTS AND FIGURES: All multiple winners of the Women’s EHF Champions League - Four players with four of more trophies
 

Fridrikas, Popovic and Viborg on top

Since the implementation of the Women’s EHF Champions League in the 1993/94 season, only four teams became multiple winners of the competition, with Hypo Niederösterreich on top with four trophies, followed by the Danish sides Slagelse and Viborg (each three) and Krim Ljubljana (two). So in contrast to the Men’s Champions League, where FC Barcelona took seven of 20 titles, the variety is much bigger.

So it’s no surprise that also the number of multiple winners from the players side is lower than in the men’s competition. Compared to 58 male players, who have won two or more titles, the number of women is only 50.

Two players are outstanding in this ranking with six trophies on their tally each: Austrian Ausra Fridrikas and Montenegrin Bojana Popovic – and both even celebrated together in the 2003/04 and 2004/05 seasons, when they were part of the successful Slagelse team.

Only three players (Fridrikas, Rima Sypkus and Tanja Dshandshagava) were part of all four victorious Hypo squads, which took the titles in 1994, 1995, 1998 and 2000. While six players won three trophies with Viborg, only two (Popovic and Mette Melgaard) were part of all three Slagelse teams to win the title.

An in the long list of those players, there’s only one to raise the trophy three straight times: Romanian goalkeeper Luminita Hutupan (Dinu), who took the title in 2001 (Krim), 2002 (Skopje) and 2003 (Krim).

Regarding the clubs represented in this list of multiple success, Viborg are on top with 16 players, followed by Hypo (15), Slagelse (13) and Krim (8).

And by looking upon the first MVM Women’s EHF FINAL4 in Budapest (3/4 May) three players of defending champions Györ are already on the list of multiple winners: The Norwegians Katrine Lunde-Haraldsen (3 titles), and Heidi Löke (2) and Montenegrin Katarina Bulatovic (2). Since 2010, no team managed to defend their title, and since 2010 with four different teams rose the trophy in the end.

6 titles with 2 clubs:
Ausra Fridrikas (Hypo 1993/94, Hypo 1994/95, Hypo 1997/98, Hypo 1999/2000, Slagelse 2003/04, Slagelse 2004/05)

6 titles with 3 clubs:
Bojana Popovic (Slagelse 2003/04, Slagelse 2004/05, Slagelse 2006/07, Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10, Podgorica 2011/12)

5 titles:
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4 titles with 1 club:
Rima Sypkus (Hypo 1993/94, Hypo 1994/95, Hypo 1997/98, Hypo 1999/2000)
Tanja Dshandshagava (Hypo 1993/94, Hypo 1994/95, Hypo 1997/98, Hypo 1999/2000)

3 titles with 1 club:
Chao Zhai (Viborg 2005/06, Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Cristina Varzaru (Viborg 2005/06, Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Grit Jurack (Viborg 2005/06, Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Lene Lund-Nielsen (Viborg 2005/06, Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Rikke Skov (Viborg 2005/06, Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Louise Bager-Norgaard (Viborg 2005/06, Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Iris Morhammer (Hypo 1993/94, Hypo 1994/95, Hypo 1999/2000)
Stanca Bozovic (Hypo 1994/95, Hypo 1997/98, Hypo 1999/2000)
Mette Melgaard (Slagelse 2003/04, Slagelse 2004/05, Slagelse 2006/07)

3 titles with 2 clubs:
Anja Freser (Krim 2000/01, Krim 2002/03, Slagelse 2003/04)
Luminita Hutupan (Dinu) (Krim 2000/01, Skopje 2001/02, Krim 2002/03)
Cecilie Leganger (Slagelse 2004/05, Slagelse 2006/07, Larvik 2010/11)
Katrine Lunde-Haraldsen (Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10, Györ 2012/13)
Maja Savic (Slagelse 2004/05, Slagelse 2006/07, Podgorica 2011/12)

2 titles with 1 club:
Agnieszka Matuszewska (Krim 2000/01, Krim 2002/03)
Branka Mijatovic (Krim 2000/01, Krim 2002/03)
Deja Doler (Krim 2000/01, Krim 2002/03)
Natalia Derepasko (Krim 2000/01, Krim 2002/03)
Tatjana Oder (Krim 2000/01, Krim 2002/03)
Anja Althaus (Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Gitte Aaen (Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Heidi Astrup (Viborg 2005/06, Viborg 2009/10)
Henriette Mikkelsen (Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Janne Pedersen (Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Kristine Lunde-Borgesen (Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Monika Kovacsicz (Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Nora Reiche (Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Anne Loft (Slagelse 2003/04, Slagelse 2006/07)
Carmen Lungu (Slagelse 2004/05, Slagelse 2006/07)
Line Hougaard (Slagelse 2004/05, Slagelse 2006/07)
Rikke Schmidt (Slagelse 2003/04, Slagelse 2004/05)
Stina Madsen (Slagelse 2003/04, Slagelse 2004/05)
Valentina Radulovic (Slagelse 2003/04, Slagelse 2004/05)
Barbara Strass (Hypo 1993/94, Hypo 1994/95)
Beatrice Wagner (Hypo 1993/94, Hypo 1994/95)
Bozena Karkut (Hypo 1997/98, Hypo 1999/2000)
Edit Matei (Hypo 1993/94, Hypo 1994/95)
Laura Fritz (Hypo 1997/98, Hypo 1999/2000)
Marianne Racz (Hypo 1993/94, Hypo 1994/95)
Mia Hermansson-Hogdahl (Hypo 1993/94, Hypo 1994/95)
Renata Cieloch (Hypo 1997/98, Hypo 1999/2000)
Tanja Logvin (Hypo 1997/98, Hypo 1999/2000)

2 titles with 2 clubs:
Heidi Löke (Larvik 2010/11, Györ 2012/13)
Irina Poltoratskaya (Slagelse 2004/05, Zvezda 2007/08)
Katarina Bulatovic (Slagelse 2006/07, Podgorica 2011/12)
Maja Mitrovic (Krim 2000/01, Slagelse 2003/04)


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