Györi Audi ETO KC win EHF CL for the sixth time | Handball Planet

Györi Audi ETO KC win EHF CL for the sixth time

After a five-year wait, Györi Audi ETO KC are the queens of Europe for the sixth time in history.
The Hungarian powerhouse beat German SG BBM Bietegheim 30:24 at the final of the EHF FINAL4 weekend in Budapest.
The winning squad led by Swedish coach Per Johansson who overtook that position in March 2025 was far away from a little bit, with the final impressed German team who couldn’t find the solution for strong Hungarian defense and spectacular Silje Solberg-Oesthassel who was dominating with 16 saves in front of 18.500 fans at MVM Dome.
Right back Ana Gros, who scored six goals, was Györ’s top scorer in the match, with one of her most efficient matches of the season.
Playing her last match for Györ before retiring, centre back Stine Oftedal was named the MVP of this edition of the EHF FINAL4.
This is Györ’s sixth title in the history of the competition, more than any other side, with the closest being Hypo Niederösterreich with four titles, and Viborg HK, Slagelse DT and Vipers Kristiansand with three titles each.
Danish Team Esbjerg won the match for third place against French side Metz Handball, 37:33.
Photo: EHF/kolektiff images
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