About EHF Champions League
The EHF Champions League is the premier men's handball competition in Europe, organized by the European Handball Federation (EHF). It was first launched in the 1956-57 season, and today features the top teams from the continent competing in a round-robin group stage, followed by knockout rounds leading up to the final.
The current format of the competition involves 16 teams, divided into two groups of 8. The top four teams from each group advance to the knockout stage, which includes quarterfinals, semifinals, and a final. The winner of the EHF Champions League is considered the best club handball team in Europe.
The EHF Champions League attracts many of the top professional handball players from around the world, and the competition is widely considered to be among the most prestigious and competitive in the sport. Many of the participating teams also compete in their respective domestic leagues, adding to the overall excitement and intensity of the competition.
Promotion ~ Champions League (Play Offs: Quarter~finals)
Promotion ~ Champions League (Play Offs: 1/8~finals)