1 is the correct answer: only Turkish champions Kastamonu have not played the CL group phase before.
Heidi Løke, Nora Mørk, Eduarda Amorim, Katrine Lunde is the correct answer: Bulatovic and Görbicz have retired.
HC Podravka Vegeta is the correct answer: they are going into their 28th season, Krim into their 27th and Buducnost into their 26th.
2 is the correct answer: Larvik HK in 2011 and Vipers Kristiansand in 2021.
3 is the correct answer: Györi Audi ETO KC (Ambros Martin replaced Gabor Danyi – already in April), Brest Bretagne Handball (Pablo Morel replaced Laurent Bezeau) and CSKA (Florentin Pera replaced Olga Akopian). Ole Gustav Gjekstad is still coach of Vipers Kristiansand.
Ana Gros is the correct answer: the Slovenian back scored 135 time for Brest (before joining Rostov-Don), Neagu 115 times for CSM Bucuresti, and Radicevic 94 times for Buducnost (before joining Kastamonu).
Brest Bretagne Handball is the correct answer: the French side won their semi-final against Györ after a penalty shoot-out.
6 is the correct answer: Podravka (1996), Krim (2001, 2003), Buducnost (2012, 2015), Györ (2013, 2014, 2017, 2018, 2019), CSM Bucuresti (2016), and Vipers (2021).
Andrea Lekic and Allison Pineau is the correct answer: Lekic (World Player in 2013) and Pineau (2009) both arrived from Buducnost.
7 is the correct answer: the women’s edition of the EHF FINAL4 has been staged since 2014, though the 2020 edition could not be held because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Team Esbjerg is the correct answer: this is Reistad’s first club outside Norway.
Arena Stozice and Moraca Arena is the correct answer: the first is Krim’s home arena, the second Buducnost’s. Slovenia, North Macedonia and Montenegro are joint hosts of the Women’s EHF EURO 2022.