In the season 2020/21 the EHF European League replaced the former EHF Cup as the EHF´s second tier club competition. A new format as well as a new corporate identity were part of the renewal. Therefore, the EHF Finals Women were played for the first time over the course of one weekend.
The first ever EHF Finals Women was played at the Sala Polivalenta Lascar Pana in Baia Mare, Romania. The team of Nantes Atlantique Handball won the EHF Finals Women 2021 and is therefore the first-ever winner of the EHF European League Women. The year after, SG BBM Bietigheim succeeded in Vibocold Arena Viborg, Denmark, to win their first-ever international title. The 2023 edition of the EHF Finals Women has been hosted by the city of Graz, Austria. In the Raiffeisen Sportpark Graz, Ikast Handbold fought their way to the title of the EHF Finals Women 2023.
EHF Finals Champions
Most Valuable Player
Every year, the best player of the tournament is awarded the MVP award (Most Valuable Player) at the EHF Finals. In 2021, Bruno De Paula (Nantes Atlantique Handball) walked away with the prestigious individual award. The year after, Xenia Smits (SG BBM Bietigheim) was awarded the MVP award. The MVP of the EHF Finals Women 2023 was Emma Friis, who helped Ikast Handbold to win their maiden title.
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