After a 21:17 win in the first leg of the EHF European Cup Women final, Rocasa Gran Canaria were on the back foot for much of the second leg at Costa del Sol Malaga and while ultimately, they lost 29:25, they claimed the trophy on the away-goal rule.
FINAL, SECOND LEG
Costa del Sol Malaga (ESP) vs Rocasa Gran Canaria (ESP) 29:25 (16:11)
First leg: 17:21. Gran Canaria won 46:46 on aggregate (away-goal rule)
Three titles in six years
While Malaga missed the chance to become a two-time winner of the EHF European Cup Women, Gran Canaria triumphed in the third-tier European competition for the third time in six years.
After lifting the EHF Challenge Cup (predecessor of the current European Cup) in 2016 and 2019, the Spanish side now claimed another title, so they have been winning continental trophies every three years. Does it mean that their next European success will come in 2025?