2012–13 SEHA League

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2012-13 SEHA League season
League SEHA League
Sport Handball
Duration 12 September 2012 -
Number of teams  Bosnia and Herzegovina (3 teams)
 Croatia (2 teams)
 Macedonia (2 teams)
 Montenegro (1 team)
 Slovakia (1 team)
 Belarus (1 team)
Regular season
Final Four
SEHA League seasons

The 2012–13 season is the 2nd season of the SEHA League and 10 teams from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovakia and Belarus participate in it.

Team information[edit]

Venues and locations[edit]

Country Teams Team City Venue (Capacity)
Belarus Belarus 1
Meshkov Brest Brest Universal Sports Complex Victoria (3,740)
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina 3
Izviđač Ljubuški Gradska sportska dvorana Ljubuški (4,000)
Borac Banja Luka Sportska dvorana Borik (3,500)
Sloga Doboj Dvorana srednjoškolskog centra Doboj (700)
Croatia Croatia 2
Zagreb Zagreb Arena Zagreb (15,000)
Našice Našice Sportska dvorana kralja Tomislava (2,500)
Montenegro Montenegro 1
Lovćen Cetinje Sala RK Lovćen (1,800)
Republic of Macedonia Macedonia 2
Vardar Skopje SRC Kale (2,500)
Metalurg Skopje Avtokomanda (2,000)
Slovakia Slovakia 1
Tatran Prešov City Hall Prešov (4,000)

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Results[edit]

In the table below the home teams are listed on the left and the away teams along the top.

Bosnia and Herzegovina BOR Bosnia and Herzegovina IZV Montenegro LOV Republic of Macedonia MET Belarus MES Croatia NEX Bosnia and Herzegovina SLO Slovakia TAT Republic of Macedonia VAR Croatia ZAG
Bosnia and Herzegovina Borac Banja Luka   21–20 28–28 20–30 28–33 19–20 26–25 30-36 22-28 26–35
Bosnia and Herzegovina Izviđač 22-29   31–27 19-27 27–31 30–23 33–26 28–31 21-34 29–31
Montenegro Lovćen 31–27 24–22   22-24 29–29 28–27 33-30 30–29 23–21 30-28
Republic of Macedonia Metalurg 31–19 28–18 32–19   28-26 29–30 28-18 30–19 26-21 33–26
Belarus Meshkov Brest 33–26 34–28 33-30 28-26   30-25 38-28 34–29 30–27 30–25
Croatia Nexe Našice 33–25 27-25 29–30 27–28 36–27   27–25 28–25 27–27 18-28
Bosnia and Herzegovina Sloga 25-25 29-18 29–33 23–26 23–37 26–32   29-31 27–35 21–27
Slovakia Tatran Prešov 29–22 10-0 36-29 10–0* 40–36 40-36 33–26   28-28 26–26
Republic of Macedonia Vardar PRO 36–25 41–23 38-29 27–26 34–27 27-25 36–22 29–33   26–23
Croatia CO Zagreb 35-21 25–23 30–22 25-19 29-32 33–31 35–17 30–28 25–25  


Final four[edit]

Semifinals[edit]

12 April 2013
17:00
Meshkov Belarus 29 – 31 Croatia CO Zagreb Boris Trajkovski Sports Center, Skopje
Attendance: 1,100
Referees: Nachevski, Nikolov (MKD)
(17–16)

12 April 2013
19:00
Metalurg Republic of Macedonia 21 – 22 Republic of Macedonia Vardar PRO Boris Trajkovski Sports Center, Skopje
Attendance: 5,350
Referees: Gubica, Milošević (CRO)
(9–12)

Match for third place[edit]

13 April 2013
17:00
Meshkov Belarus 21 – 26 Republic of Macedonia Metalurg Boris Trajkovski Sports Center, Skopje
Attendance: 1,500
Referees: A. Konjičanin, D. Konjičanin (BIH)
(8–13)

Final[edit]

13 April 2013
19:00
CO Zagreb Croatia 25 – 24 Republic of Macedonia Vardar PRO Boris Trajkovski Sports Center, Skopje
Attendance: 5,500
Referees: Gousko, Repkin (BLR)
(10–11)

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