Winning the third EHF Champions League title with Viper Kristiansand, Kristine Lunde became only the second player in the history of the competition to win seven titles as a player. A milestone only reached by former Barça ace Andrei Xepkin.

EHF FINAL4 Women in Budapest has broken the world record for spectator attendance at women’s handball matches. 20,022 fans came to the MVM Dome in Hungary’s capital at the season-ending event of the EHF Champions League Women.

11,112 fans attended Borussia Dortmund’s final group match against Siófok KC in the sold-out Westfalenhalle to break the all-time attendance record for the second tier women’s competition and become the biggest crowd for women’s club handball after the EHF FINAL4 Women.

Nikola Karabatic started his 22nd and last EHF Champions League season in September 2023. French legend tops the ranking of most seasons played in 22 out of 31 editions of the premium club competition. Among women, Montenegrin Jovanka Radicevic tops the list starting her 20th season this autumn.

In April, Faroe Islands, Georgia and Greece, sealed their maiden berth for the EHF EURO. The upcoming Men’s EHF EURO 2024 in Germany will be their first-ever senior European Championship.

Andrea Lekic's fifth goal against MKS Zaglebie Lubin on 19 November made her the fourth player ever to reach 1,000 goals in the EHF Champions League Women.