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The 1990–91 IHF Women's European Champions Cup was the 30th edition of Europe's competition for national champions women's handball clubs, running between September 1990 and April 1991. defeated defending champion Hypo Niederösterreich to become the third German club to win the competition after East Germany's HC Leipzig and TSC Berlin. Rostselmash and Buducnost Titograd were the last teams to represent former powerhouses Soviet Union and SFR Yugoslavia in the competition due to the collapse of both states in the following months.

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  • Europapokal der Landesmeister (Handball) der Frauen 1990/91
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  • The 1990–91 IHF Women's European Champions Cup was the 30th edition of Europe's competition for national champions women's handball clubs, running between September 1990 and April 1991. defeated defending champion Hypo Niederösterreich to become the third German club to win the competition after East Germany's HC Leipzig and TSC Berlin. Rostselmash and Buducnost Titograd were the last teams to represent former powerhouses Soviet Union and SFR Yugoslavia in the competition due to the collapse of both states in the following months.
  • Am Europapokal der Landesmeister 1990/91 nahmen 27 Handball-Vereinsmannschaften aus 26 Ländern teil. Diese qualifizierten sich in der vorangegangenen Saison in ihren Heimatländern für den Europapokal. Bei der 31. Austragung des Wettbewerbs, sicherte sich erstmals eine Mannschaft aus der Bundesrepublik Deutschland mit TV Lützellinden einen Titel in einem europäischen Frauen-Handballwettbewerb. Lützellinden setzte sich im Finale gegen den Titelverteidiger der österreichischen Mannschaft von Hypobank Südstadt Wien durch.
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  • The 1990–91 IHF Women's European Champions Cup was the 30th edition of Europe's competition for national champions women's handball clubs, running between September 1990 and April 1991. defeated defending champion Hypo Niederösterreich to become the third German club to win the competition after East Germany's HC Leipzig and TSC Berlin. Rostselmash and Buducnost Titograd were the last teams to represent former powerhouses Soviet Union and SFR Yugoslavia in the competition due to the collapse of both states in the following months.
  • Am Europapokal der Landesmeister 1990/91 nahmen 27 Handball-Vereinsmannschaften aus 26 Ländern teil. Diese qualifizierten sich in der vorangegangenen Saison in ihren Heimatländern für den Europapokal. Bei der 31. Austragung des Wettbewerbs, sicherte sich erstmals eine Mannschaft aus der Bundesrepublik Deutschland mit TV Lützellinden einen Titel in einem europäischen Frauen-Handballwettbewerb. Lützellinden setzte sich im Finale gegen den Titelverteidiger der österreichischen Mannschaft von Hypobank Südstadt Wien durch.
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