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The 1994–95 EHF Women's Champions League was the second edition of the modern era of the 1961-founded competition for European national champions women's handball clubs, running from 7 October 1994 to 7 May 1995. Defending champion Hypo Niederösterreich defeated Podravka Koprivnica in the final to win its fourth title in a row, an overall sixth. While Lokomotiva Zagreb had reached the competition's final in 1975, Podravka became the first Croatian team to attain this representing independent Croatia as war approached its end.

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  • The 1994–95 EHF Women's Champions League was the second edition of the modern era of the 1961-founded competition for European national champions women's handball clubs, running from 7 October 1994 to 7 May 1995. Defending champion Hypo Niederösterreich defeated Podravka Koprivnica in the final to win its fourth title in a row, an overall sixth. While Lokomotiva Zagreb had reached the competition's final in 1975, Podravka became the first Croatian team to attain this representing independent Croatia as war approached its end.
  • La saison 1994-1995 de la Ligue des champions féminine de l'EHF est la 35e édition de la compétition, anciennement Coupe d'Europe des clubs champions. Organisée par l'EHF, elle met aux prises 16 équipes européennes dans un nouveau format. Le club autrichien d'Hypo Niederösterreich, tenant du titre, remporte son sixième titre et le quatrième consécutif en disposant en finale du club croate du ŽRK Podravka Koprivnica.
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  • The 1994–95 EHF Women's Champions League was the second edition of the modern era of the 1961-founded competition for European national champions women's handball clubs, running from 7 October 1994 to 7 May 1995. Defending champion Hypo Niederösterreich defeated Podravka Koprivnica in the final to win its fourth title in a row, an overall sixth. While Lokomotiva Zagreb had reached the competition's final in 1975, Podravka became the first Croatian team to attain this representing independent Croatia as war approached its end.
  • La saison 1994-1995 de la Ligue des champions féminine de l'EHF est la 35e édition de la compétition, anciennement Coupe d'Europe des clubs champions. Organisée par l'EHF, elle met aux prises 16 équipes européennes dans un nouveau format. Le club autrichien d'Hypo Niederösterreich, tenant du titre, remporte son sixième titre et le quatrième consécutif en disposant en finale du club croate du ŽRK Podravka Koprivnica.
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