2010–11 Nemzeti Bajnokság I (women's handball)

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2010–11 Nemzeti Bajnokság I
League Nemzeti Bajnokság I
Sport Team handball
Duration 2 September 2010 – 21 May 2011
Regular season
Top scorer Hungary Tímea Tóth (188)
Playoffs
NB I champions Győri Audi ETO KC
  NB I runners-up DVSC-Korvex
Nemzeti Bajnokság I seasons

The 2010–11 Nemzeti Bajnokság I was the sixtieth edition of the top level championship in the Hungarian team handball for women. The regular season started on 2 September 2010 with a clash between UKSE Szekszárd and defending champions Győri Audi ETO KC, and ended on 27 March 2011, also including Győr, this time as hosts against Újbuda TC. The postseason began on 7 April 2011 and was concluded on 21 May 2011 with the final round classification groups. Győri Audi ETO KC went on to win all of their playoff matches and took their fourth consecutive title and eighth overall.

Overview[edit]

Teams[edit]

A total of twelve teams will contest the league, including nine sides from the 2009–10 Nemzeti Bajnokság I and three promoted teams from the 2009–10 Nemzeti Bajnokság I/B. Although officially only two clubs got relegated, ASA-Consolis Hódmezővásárhelyi NKC went close to bankruptcy and were unable to meet demands to enter the new season. All their players could and have moved away freely, and so did some quality youth prospects as well. In this situation the board adjudged there is not a long term perspective to run the club and decided not to enter the championship and to cease the club. Since then, the handball in Hódmezővásárhely is represented by grassroot team Hódmezővásárhelyi Leány Kézilabda Club.

After the decision of pulling out, the Hungarian Handball Federation asked UKSE Szekszárd, the third-best team in the NB I/B last season (the second team of Győri Audi ETO KC finished ahead of them, but according to the rules they can not play in the same division as their parent team), whether they have the financial background and are able to join the league. They met all the criteria and replaced Hódmezővásárhelyi NKC not long before the new season began.[1]

Other two dropped teams, Kiskunhalas NKSE-Bravotel and Hunnia KSK had an everyday fight for the survive, and it stamped their performances: both of them achieved only a single win during the regular season and were unable to improve in the postseason thus fallen out hopeless.

Beside the unexpected promotion of UKSE Szekszárd the two winners of NB I/B have climbed into the top division: ÉTV-Érdi VSE from the Western Group with an impressive 25-1-0 balance and Bugyi SE-Újbuda from the Eastern Group. The latter one moved from Bugyi to Budaörs and later to Újbuda, changing their name simply to Újbuda TC for the new season.

Last year's league champions Győri Audi ETO KC and silver medallists DVSC-Korvex compete in the 2010–11 EHF Champions League, while Budapest Bank-Békéscsabai Előre NKSE alongside SYMA Váci NKSE enter the 2010–11 EHF Cup. Despite lost to Győr in the Hungarian Cup final, Ferencvárosi TC advanced to the 2010–11 EHF Cup Winners' Cup as ETO already secured a Champions League spot.

Sponsorship changes[edit]

Five out of the twelve NBI teams have signed new name sponsorship deals for the new season. Just after the end of the 2009–2010 season, on 2 June 2010, Váci NKSE club director András Németh announced in a press conference, that from the next year the team will compete under the name SYMA Váci NKSE after their new sponsor.[2] Mobile phone distributor RightPhone, which have been under contract with Ferencváros last year, have agreed a one-year deal with Alcoa FKC thus changing club name to Alcoa FKC RightPhone.[3] Budapest Bank, patronizing the Hungarian handball since years, have tightened the relationship with Békéscsaba and became their main financial supporter. Dunaújváros, which have faced the threat of dissolution two years ago, secured a one-year deal with Regale Klímatechnika Kft., altering their name to Dunaúvárosi Regale Klíma.[4]

From 2 October 2010 Ferencváros were known as FTC-Jógazdabank by signing a contract with Jógazda Szövetkezeti Takarékpénztár. The financial company stated, that their long term plan is to "make Ferencváros a dominant team both in domestic and international level." [5] However, it came like a bolt from the blue, when on 3 January 2011, just two months after the sponsoring contract was signed, the Hungarian Financial Supervisory Authority reported that they have revoked the license of the bank and simultaneously have initiated the liquidation process.[6] As board president Zsolt Ákos Jeney revealed, by losing their name sponsor they count with a loss of a staggering 25 percent of their planned budget. He added also, that the management immediately held talks with other sponsors, which ensured them of their support and even backed the idea to increase their financial contribution in the future.[7]

Meanwhile, the club management was also looking for a new sponsor, which they found in a relatively short time: Ferencvárosi TC have called a press conference for 3 February 2011, where they announced Rail Cargo Hungaria Zrt. as their new naming sponsor. Imre Kovács, CEO of the rail logistics company, have stated that social responsibility is an integral part their policy and they are ready to support the development of valuable communities with financial injections. Under the terms of agreement, the club has been renamed to FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria.[8]

Siófok KC, that already began to prepare for the next season, agreed a sponsorship contract with Galerius Wellness and Spa Center on 5 May 2011. As a result, the team wear the name of the bath and compete under the name Siófok KC-Galerius Fürdő until 31 December 2011.[9]

Arenas and locations[edit]

Team Location Arena Capacity
Alcoa FKC RightPhone Székesfehérvár Köfém Sportcsarnok 1,200
Budapest Bank-Békéscsabai Előre NKSE Békéscsaba Városi Sportcsarnok 2,300
Dunaújvárosi Regale Klíma Dunaújváros Dunaújvárosi Sportcsarnok 1,200
DVSC-Korvex Debrecen Hódos Imre Rendezvénycsarnok 1,800
ÉTV-Érdi VSE Érd Batthyány Sportcsarnok 500
FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria Ferencváros, Budapest Főtáv FTC Kézilabda Aréna 1,300
Győri Audi ETO KC Győr Magvassy Mihály Sportcsarnok 2,800
Siófok KC-Galerius Fürdő Siófok Beszédes József Sportcsarnok 550
SYMA Váci NKSE Vác Városi Sportcsarnok 1,200
UKSE Szekszárd Szekszárd Városi Sportközpont 1,200
Újbuda TC Újbuda, Budapest Gabányi László Sportcsarnok 500
Veszprém Barabás KC Veszprém Veszprém Aréna 5,000

Regular season[edit]

Results[edit]

Home / Away team1 ALC BEK DFE DKO ERD FTC GYO SKC SYV USZ UTC VKC
Alcoa FKC RightPhone 38–31 32–27 34–30 26–30 17–34 23–34 33–24 35–34 36–32 39–22 30–26
Budapest Bank-Békéscsabai ENKSE 25–23 25–26 21–22 35–26 25–25 22–28 31–23 28–24 37–25 34–18 26–20
Dunaújvárosi Regale Klíma 29–22 25–30 29–33 29–26 32–37 22–32 38–22 29–35 36–23 46–19 34–27
DVSC-Korvex 38–27 30–25 38–27 39–27 29–26 22–35 38–25 30–27 35–18 37–23 31–26
ÉTV-Érdi VSE 32–32 24–29 22–28 26–32 22–33 24–25 32–25 26–33 39–22 30–24 29–29
FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria 37–24 30–26 28–27 28–27 34–30 23–30 36–22 27–23 44–33 44–17 38–21
Győri Audi ETO KC 37–26 33–24 32–28 32–26 30–22 33–21 36–20 34–25 43–23 38–19 32–19
Siófok KC-Galerius Fürdő 29–32 25–24 27–27 26–33 24–35 26–38 14–41 26–32 24–20 30–26 30–33
SYMA Váci NKSE 34–30 31–32 37–31 30–26 39–30 26–17 25–32 46–21 46–20 43–20 31–26
UKSE Szekszárd 26–31 24–35 23–30 23–40 22–30 28–38 21–42 22–23 24–37 30–28 25–31
Újbuda TC 20–27 24–29 19–24 23–35 18–35 22–32 22–43 25–26 17–28 32–27 24–31
Veszprém Barabás KC 28–29 29–23 36–28 22–29 36–26 34–37 22–35 25–23 25–30 35–26 31–24

1Home teams are listed on the left and the away teams along the top.

League table[edit]

Rank[10] Club Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Győri Audi ETO KC 22 22 0 0 757 493 +264 44
2 FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria 22 17 1 4 707 584 +123 35
3 DVSC-Korvex 22 17 0 5 700 580 +120 34
4 SYMA Váci NKSE 22 15 0 7 716 586 +130 30
5 Alcoa FKC RightPhone 22 12 1 9 646 659 –13 25
6 Budapest Bank-Békéscsabai ENKSE 22 12 1 9 617 573 +44 25
7 Dunaújvárosi Regale Klíma 22 10 1 11 652 625 +27 21
8 Veszprém Barabás KC 22 9 1 12 622 640 –18 19
9 ÉTV-Érdi VSE 22 7 2 13 623 644 –21 16
10 Siófok KC-Galerius Fürdő 22 5 1 16 535 703 –168 11
11 Újbuda TC 22 1 0 21 486 739 –253 2
12 UKSE Szekszárd 22 1 0 21 537 772 –235 2
Teams qualified for the Play-off Round
Teams qualified for the Classification Round 5–8
Teams qualified for the Classification Round 9–12

Individual statistics[edit]

Team statistics[edit]

Overall[edit]

  • Most wins – Győri Audi ETO KC (22)
  • Fewest wins – Újbuda TC and UKSE Szekszárd (1)
  • Most losses – Újbuda TC and UKSE Szekszárd (21)
  • Fewest losses – Győri Audi ETO KC (0)
  • Most goals scored – Győri Audi ETO KC (757)
  • Fewest goals scored – Újbuda TC (486)
  • Most goals conceded – UKSE Szekszárd (772)
  • Fewest goals conceded – Győri Audi ETO KC (493)
  • Best goal difference - Győri Audi ETO KC (+264)
  • Worst goal difference - Újbuda TC (−253)

Home[edit]

  • Most wins – Győri Audi ETO KC (11)
  • Fewest wins – Újbuda TC and UKSE Szekszárd (1)
  • Most losses – Újbuda TC and UKSE Szekszárd (10)
  • Fewest losses – Győri Audi ETO KC (0)
  • Most goals scored – SYMA Váci NKSE (388)
  • Fewest goals scored – Újbuda TC (246)
  • Most goals conceded – UKSE Szekszárd (365)
  • Fewest goals conceded – Győri Audi ETO KC (253)

Away[edit]

  • Most wins – Győri Audi ETO KC (11)
  • Fewest wins – Újbuda TC and UKSE Szekszárd (0)
  • Most losses – Újbuda TC and UKSE Szekszárd (11)
  • Fewest losses – Győri Audi ETO KC (0)
  • Most goals scored – Győri Audi ETO KC (377)
  • Fewest goals scored – Újbuda TC (240)
  • Most goals conceded – UKSE Szekszárd (407)
  • Fewest goals conceded – Győri Audi ETO KC (240)

Scoring[edit]

  • Widest winning margin: 27 goals
    • Dunaújvárosi Regale Klíma 46–19 Újbuda TC (15 September 2010)[13]
    • FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria 44–17 Újbuda TC (17 November 2010)[14]
    • Siófok KC-Galerius Fürdő 14–41 Győri Audi ETO KC (24 March 2011)[15]
  • Most goals in a match: 77 goals
    • FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria 44–33 UKSE Szekszárd (2 February 2011)[16]
  • Fewest goals in a match: 43 goals
    • Budapest Bank-Békécsabai Előre NKSE 21–22 DVSC-Korvex (8 September 2010)[17]
    • SYMA Váci NKSE 26–17 FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria (28 December 2010)[18]
    • Újbuda TC 19–24 Dunaújvárosi Regale Klíma (22 January 2011)[19]
  • Most goals scored by losing team: 34 goals
    • Alcoa FKC RightPhone 35–34 SYMA Váci NKSE (5 March 2011)[20]
    • Veszprém Barabás KC 34–37 FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria (8 September 2010)[21]
  • Most goals scored in a match by one player: 15 goals

Postseason[edit]

Classification round 9–12[edit]

Teams finished in bottom four positions after the regular season enter the classification round for 9–12 places, where a double round-robin system is used. In addition, they are given bonus points depending on their final ranking in the league phase of the championship. Érd, which took the ninth spot, were given four points, tenth placed Siófok were awarded three, Újbuda TC took two points while last placed UKSE Szekszárd got one point. Clubs with the two lowest combined points get relegated.

Results[edit]

Home / Away team1 ERD SKC USZ UTC
ÉTV-Érdi VSE 29–28 35–29 27–21
Siófok KC-Galerius Fürdő 28–27 26–21 32–19
UKSE Szekszárd 25–37 34–29 39–22
Újbuda TC 17–28 19–33 27–28

1Home teams are listed on the left and the away teams along the top.

Table[edit]

Rank[24] Club Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts1
1 ÉTV-Érdi VSE 6 5 0 1 183 148 +35 14 (4)
2 Siófok KC-Galerius Fürdő 6 4 0 2 176 149 +27 11 (3)
3 UKSE Szekszárd 6 3 0 3 176 176 0 7 (1)
4 Újbuda TC 6 0 0 6 125 187 –62 2 (2)

1Additional points that were awarded after the final positions in the regular season are indicated in brackets.

Classification round 5–8[edit]

Similarly to the classification round of 9–12, the teams play twice against each other, on a home and on an away leg. Furthermore, they are rewarded with bonus points that are added to the points they win in the postseason and their combined total points decide the final ranking.

Results[edit]

Home / Away team1 ALC BEK DUN VKC
Alcoa FKC RightPhone 32–28 33–29 32–28
Budapest Bank-Békéscsabai ENKSE 38–26 30–27 28–23
Dunaújvárosi Regale Klíma 31–33 34–23 35–31
Veszprém Barabás KC 21–33 33–30 28–28

1Home teams are listed on the left and the away teams along the top.

Table[edit]

Rank[25] Club Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts1
1 Alcoa FKC RightPhone 6 5 0 1 189 175 +14 14 (4)
2 Budapest Bank-Békéscsabai ENKSE 6 3 0 3 175 173 +2 9 (3)
3 Dunaújvárosi Regale Klíma 6 2 1 3 184 178 +6 7 (2)
4 Veszprém Barabás KC 6 1 1 4 164 186 –22 4 (1)

1 Additional points that were awarded after the final positions in the regular season are indicated in brackets.

Championship playoff[edit]

Győri Audi ETO KC were proved invincible in the regular season once again and thus deservedly took the top spot of the championship playoff, having been drawn together with SYMA Váci NKSE, that finished in fourth position. Meanwhile, FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria secured the second place after a hard fought final day victory over Vác, which was just enough to end the regular season one point ahead of DVSC-Korvex, against them they begin the playoff campaign, where a best-of-three knockout is used. If a match ends with a draw, instead of playing extra time halves, the winner is decided by penalty shootout.

Bracket[edit]

Semifinals Finals
 Győri Audi ETO KC  2  
 SYMA Váci NKSE  0  
 
     Győri Audi ETO KC  2
   DVSC-Korvex  0
Third place playoffs
 FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria  1  FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria  2
 DVSC-Korvex  2    SYMA Váci NKSE  0

Semifinals[edit]

Győri Audi ETO KC vs. SYMA Váci NKSE[edit]
13 April 2011
18:00
Győri Audi ETO KC 24 – 18 SYMA Váci NKSE Magvassy Mihály Sportcsarnok, Győr
Attendance: 1,000
Referees: Nagy, Túróczy (Hungary)
Mayer 4 (13–8) Vaszari 6
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 2×Booked
28 April 2011
18:00
SYMA Váci NKSE 31 – 34 Győri Audi ETO KC Városi Sportcsarnok, Vác
Attendance: 700
Referees: Andorka, Hucker (Hungary)
Vaszari 7 (15–22) Görbicz 9
Suspension 2×Booked Report Suspension 2×Booked
Győri Audi ETO KC won series 2–0
FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria vs. DVSC-Korvex[edit]
7 April 2011
18:00
FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria 32 – 38 DVSC-Korvex Főtáv FTC Kézilabda Aréna, Budapest
Attendance: 1,000
Referees: Kékes, Kékes (Hungary)
Tomori 9 (15–15) Bogdanovics, Bognár, Sopronyi 6
Suspension 1×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked
14 April 2011
18:00
DVSC-Korvex 29 – 34 FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria Hódos Imre Rendezvénycsarnok, Debrecen
Attendance: 1,900
Referees: Nyárádi, Hanufer (Hungary)
Bogdanovics 6 (17–22) Szucsánszki, Szádvári, Tomori 7
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked
1 May 2011
15:00
FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria 31–33 (pen.) DVSC-Korvex Főtáv FTC Kézilabda Aréna, Budapest
Attendance: 1,200
Referees: Bonifert, Oláh (Hungary)
Szucsánszki 8 (19–15, 29–29) Bogdanovics, Bognár 6
Suspension 2×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked 1×Red card
DVSC-Korvex won series 2–1

Third place playoffs[edit]

12 May 2011
18:00
FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria 31 – 28 SYMA Váci NKSE Főtáv FTC Kézilabda Aréna, Budapest
Attendance: 500
Referees: Nagy, Túróczy (Hungary)
Zácsik 7 (16–16) Rédei-Soós 7
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 1×Booked
18 May 2011
18:00
SYMA Váci NKSE 30 – 36 FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria Városi Sportcsarnok, Vác
Attendance: 800
Referees: Kékes, Kékes (Hungary)
Tápai 8 (16–15) Szucsánszki 12
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked
FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria won series 2–0

Finals[edit]

7 May 2011
11:00
Győri Audi ETO KC 34 – 26 DVSC-Korvex Magvassy Mihály Sportcsarnok, Győr
Attendance: 1,300
Referees: Pech, Vágvölgyi (Hungary)
Mayer 9 (16–12) Bogdanovics 9
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked
14 May 2011
12:50
DVSC-Korvex 25 – 28 Győri Audi ETO KC Hódos Imre Rendezvénycsarnok, Debrecen
Attendance: 1,200
Referees: Horváth, Marton (Hungary)
Bognár, Mörtel 5 (13–18) Brădeanu 7
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked
Győri Audi ETO KC won series 2–0

Final standing[edit]

Rank Team Qualification or relegation
1 Győri Audi ETO KC 2011–12 EHF Champions League Group stage
2 DVSC-Korvex 2011–12 EHF Champions League Second qualifying round
3 FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria 2011–12 EHF Cup Winners' Cup 1
4 SYMA Váci NKSE 2011–12 EHF Cup
5 Alcoa FKC RightPhone 2011–12 EHF Cup Winners' Cup 2
6 Budapest Bank-Békéscsabai Előre NKSE 2011–12 EHF Cup
7 Dunaújvárosi Regale Klíma
8 Veszprém Barabás KC
9 ÉTV-Érdi VSE
10 Siófok KC-Galerius Fürdő
11 UKSE Szekszárd 3
12 Újbuda TC Relegation to the 2011–12 Nemzeti Bajnokság I/B
1 FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria have advanced to the 2011–12 EHF Cup Winners' Cup as title holders.

2 Because both 2010–2011 Magyar Kupa finalists qualified for the EHF Champions League via their league position, the EHF Cup Winners' Cup place is passed to Alcoa FKC RightPhone as cup thirds.
3 Following 2010–11 Nemzeti Bajnokság I/B Western Group champions Mohácsi TE have declined the promotion due to financial reasons, UKSE Szekszárd maintained its top division membership.

2010–11 Nemzeti Bajnokság I champions


Győri Audi ETO KC
Eighth title

Team roster

Eduarda Amorim, Krisztina Bárány, Aurelia Brădeanu, Anita Görbicz, Ana Gros, Ágnes Hornyák, Anikó Kovacsics, Ivett Kurucz, Katrine Lunde Haraldsen, Szabina Mayer, Katarína Mravíková, Adrienn Orbán, Katalin Pálinger, Bettina Pásztor, Fruzsina Palkó, Szimonetta Planéta, Simona Spiridon, Patricia Szölösi, Eszter Tóth and Orsolya Vérten.
Head Coach: Csaba Konkoly.

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