Zero is correct. No French club has won the DELO EHF Champions League, but Metz reached the DELO EHF FINAL4 in 2019 and Brest Bretagne are the second French club to qualify for the showpiece event.
2014 is correct. Budapest first hosted the EHF FINAL4 in 2014.
Three clubs have won the EHF FINAL4 in Budapest since its premiere in 2014: Györi Audi ETO KC (2014, 2017, 2018, 2019), Buducnost (2015) and CSM Bucuresti (2016).
55 matches is correct. Since suffering a 28:22 defeat in January 2018 against CSM Bucuresti, Györ have won 47 matches and drawn eight times.
Three is correct. Three Russian clubs have reached the EHF FINAL4 in Budapest since 2014: Dinamo-Sinara (2015), Rostov-Don (2018, 2019) and CSKA (2021).
Four is correct: Spain (Ambros Martin, Györ), Montenegro (Dragan Adzic, Buducnost), Denmark (Kim Rasmussen, CSM Bucuresti) and Hungary (Gabor Danyi, Györ).
12 is correct: Györi Audi ETO KC (6 times), Vardar (5), Buducnost (4), CSM Bucuresti (3), Rostov-Don (2), Vipers Kristiansand (2), FC Midtjylland, Larvik, Dinamo-Sinara, Metz, CSKA and Brest Bretagne (all 1).
Two is correct. Two Hungarian clubs have won the EHF Champions League: Györi Audi ETO KC and Dunaferr SE.
Ana Gros is the correct answer. With 118 goals, Gros tops the ranking – ahead of Neagu (115) and Radicevic (94) – but unlike her nearest rivals, she can add to her tally in Budapest.
Eduarda Amorim and Anita Görbicz is correct. Amorim and Görbicz have been a part of all five Györ triumphs, while both Lunde and Mørk have won the trophy four times.
Isabelle Gulldén is correct. In a match that featured extra time and a penalty shootout, Gulldén scored 15 goals in the 2016 final for CSM Bucuresti against Györ.
Anja Althaus is correct. Since November 2018, the former German international has been the official ambassador for the DELO EHF Champions League.
Zvezda Zvenigorod is correct. Coached by Evgeny Trefilov, Zvezda beat Hypo Niederösterreich in the 2007/08 final.
20 players is correct.
Györ have four Norwegian winners and four French finalists in their squad, Vipers Kristiansand have seven Norwegian gold medallists and Brest Bretagne have five French silver medallists.