Buducnost's big triumph

How well do you remember the second edition of the WOMEN'S EHF FINAL4? Time to find out!
How many of the four teams were debutants at the WOMEN’S EHF FINAL4 2015 in Budapest?

B is correct. Larvik and Dinamo each played their first – and so far only – EHF FINAL4 in Budapest.

What was the special history at the EHF FINAL4 in 2015?

C is correct. Before and after, Györ did not only make it to Budapest, but always reached the final. Four of the five times, in 2014, 2017, 2018 and 2019, they took the trophy.

How many matches did Buducnost lose in the 2014/15 season on their way to the winners’ podium?

A is correct. Their brilliant record was 15 victories and only one draw in the group stage, away against fellow EHF FINAL4 participants Vardar.

With which team did Larvik coach Ole Gjekstad return to Budapest in 2019?

A is correct. Norwegian champions Vipers had their debut in 2019 and finished third.

Which IHF World Player of the Year won their so far only Champions League trophy in 2015?

C is correct. Neagu was a finalist with Valcea in 2010 and with Buducnost in 2014, before winning her only Champions League trophy so far in 2015.

Who was the only player to defend the title in Budapest in 2015?
B is correct. Bulatovic had won the trophy with Györ in 2014, before she re-joined Buducnost. In 2015, she won her fourth Champions League title after Slagelse (2007), Buducnost (2012) and Györ (2014).
Which player was one of two top scorers of the Champions League 2014/15 and took the same award and the trophy at the end of the EHF Cup 2018/19?

C is correct. In 2014/15, Penezic scored 102 times – the same as Neagu. In 2019, she won the EHF Cup with Siofok and was the top scorer of that competition with 75 goals (and under her new name, Kobetic).