From SEHA's three representatives in CL's Last 8 only League's new champions Veszprem have managed to reach Final Four in Cologne (30th and 31st of May) with PPD Zagreb and Vardar failing to catch a ticket for Germany.
Veszprem will be there along with Barcelona, Kiel and Kielce and will find out their opponent after a draw on Tuesday in Vienna.
For Hungarian champions that will be second appearance on F4 in Cologne and a second chance to reach final. In Last 8 phase they have managed to knock French PSG out of the competition after 24:24 draw in Paris and clear 34:28 win in Veszprem Arena despite of the fact they were not able to find cure for Mikkel Hansen who was unstoppable with 15 goals. With 15 goals but in two matches Momir Ilić was Veszprem's best scorer and is now second in 'best scorer' list with 102 goals right after Hansen who has 103 but will not play in Cologne.
Vardar were once again not able to make that final step and go through Last 8. Flensburg were too strong last year and Kielce this time. Polish champions were able to reach two victories both in Skopje 22:20 and Kielce 33:31. With 11 goals in two matches Vardar's best scorers were Alex Dujshebaev and Igor Karačić.
Croatian champions will also not travel to Cologne to compete against the best after two losses against Barcelona. In Zagreb, in front of record 15,000 crowd Spanish champions have managed to reach narrow 25:23 win but in Barcelona there was nothing they can do losing 43:21 which is biggest loss in CL this season. Luka Stepančić was Zagreb's best player scoring 11 goals.
In the remaining match Kiel have managed to beat Hungarian Szeged. After 31:29 loss in Hungary, Germans have in Kiel celebrated with 31:23.