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EXEC confirms the 2017/18 starting gridNEWS REPORT: EHF Executive has determined all participants for next season of the VELUX EHF Champions League
Top flight participants for 2017/18 confirmedNEWS REPORT: EHF Executive reaches decision on which women's clubs will compete in Europe's best club competition in the coming season
National champions 2016/17 – Men Part 5: South-westDOMESTIC LEAGUES: Challenge Cup winners Sporting claim their 18th domestic title, Kadetten raise their fourth trophy in a row, and PSG retain their French league crown.
National champions 2016/17 – Women Part 5: South-westDOMESTIC LEAGUES: La Salle claim their eighth title, Colegio de Gaia end a 16-year wait for the Portuguese trophy and LC Brühl win their 30th Swiss championship.
National Champions 2016/17 – Men Part 4: BalkansDOMESTIC LEAGUES: Zagreb celebrate a golden jubilee, Partizan win their maiden championship trophy and Vardar claim four titles in one season.
National Champions 2016/17 – Women Part 4: BalkansDOMESTIC LEAGUES: Radovic leads Medicinar to their maiden title after passing the 1,000-goal mark, while Champions League sides Bucuresti, Vardar and Buducnost reclaim their respective trophies.
Five reasons why Polish superliga is making wavesFIRST-HAND INSIGHT: The EHF correspondent for Poland Magda Pluszewska takes a closer look on how the domestic league developed in just one year after Vive Tauron Kielce claimed the VELUX EHF Champions League title
National champions 2016/17 – Women Part 3: CentralDOMESTIC LEAGUES: Hypo's 29-year Austrian Cup winning streak comes to an end, and IUVENTA Michalovce claim their seventh Slovakian title in a row.
National champions 2016/17 – Men Part 3: CentralDOMESTIC LEAGUES: Veszprém, Celje, Kielce and Presov continue their domestic dominance, while Löwen claim the German title for the second year running.
National Champions 2016/17 – Women Part 2: North-eastDOMESTIC LEAGUES: Rostov-Don enjoy a perfect season with the national title alongside the EHF Cup, while Stopinu claim the Latvian championship in a dramatic final.
National Champions 2016/17 – Men Part 2: North-eastDOMESTIC LEAGUES: The 2016/17 season sees European cup teams including Meshkov Brest, Chekhovskie Medvedi and Cocks defend their domestic titles, while Celtnieks Riga break a 25-year drought.
National Champions of Europe – Women Part 1: North-WestDOMESTIC LEAGUES: Nykøbing Falster claim maiden Danish title after eliminating Midtjylland, Höörs HK end Sävehof's dominance and VOC Amsterdam win first trophy since 2010.
National Champions 2016/17 – Men Part 1: North-WestDOMESTIC LEAGUES: Sagosen leads Aalborg to third Danish title before departing for PSG Handball, while the OCI Lions and Kristianstad both claim their third consecutive trophies.
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04.06.2017
VS  Telekom Veszprém
 FC Barcelona Lassa
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04.06.2017
VS  Paris Saint-Germain Handball
 HC Vardar
    23 : 24
03.06.2017
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 Paris Saint-Germain Hand... 
    26 : 27
03.06.2017
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 FC Barcelona Lassa
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07.05.2017
VS  Buducnost
 CSM Bucuresti
    20 : 26
07.05.2017
VS  Györi Audi ETO KC
 HC Vardar
    31 : 30
06.05.2017
VS  Buducnost
 Györi Audi ETO KC 
    20 : 26
06.05.2017
VS  CSM Bucuresti
 HC Vardar 
    33 : 38
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