Copa del Rey de Balonmano

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Copa del Rey de Balonmano
Countries Spain
Confederation EHF
Founded 1957
Current champions FC Barcelona (2014)
Most championships FC Barcelona (18 titles)
Website [1]
Copa del Rey 2013–14

The Copa del Rey de Balonmano is an annual cup competition for Spanish handball teams. Organized by the Liga ASOBAL. It was originally known as the Copa del Generalísimo and was renamed Copa del Rey de SM El Rey in 1975. It was the first nationwide handball competition played in Spain, and was first played for in 1957.

Winners by year[edit]

Season Venue Champion Runners-Up Score
2013–2014 Pamplona FC Barcelona Granollers 42–32
2012–2013 Logroño Atlético Madrid Naturhouse La Rioja 38–28
2011–2012 Torrevieja Atlético Madrid FC Barcelona 37–31
2010–2011 Vigo Renovalia Ciudad Real Cuatro Rayas Valladolid 31–22
2009–2010 Antequera FC Barcelona Ademar León 38–35
2008–2009 Granollers FC Barcelona BM Ciudad Real 29–26
2007–2008 Zaragoza Ciudad Real FC Barcelona 31–30
2006–2007 Altea FC Barcelona Caja España Ademar León 33–27
2005–2006 Almería Valladolid Ciudad Real 35–30
2004–2005 Pontevedra Valladolid FC Barcelona 27–25
2003–2004 Pamplona FC Barcelona Ciudad Real 27–25
2002–2003 Santander Ciudad Real FC Barcelona 34–21
2001–2002 Torrevieja Caja España Ademar León Ciudad Real 31–28
2000–2001 Ciudad Real Portland San Antonio Ciudad Real 22–20
1999–2000 Zaragoza FC Barcelona Valladolid 34–28
1998–1999 Valladolid Portland San Antonio FC Barcelona 32–29
1997–1998 Palencia FC Barcelona Portland San Antonio 31–26
1996–1997 Castellón FC Barcelona Teka Cantabria 30–29
1995–1996 León Bidasoa Irún FC Barcelona 21–20
1994–1995 Ciudad Real Teka Cantabria Pilotes Posada 27–25
1993–1994 Granollers FC Barcelona Juventud Alcalá 29–23
1992–1993 Pontevedra FC Barcelona Bidasoa Irún 17–13
1991–1992 Pamplona Alzira Avidesa FC Barcelona 26–25
1990–1991 Alzira Bidasoa Irún Atlético Madrid 21–18
1989–1990 Pontevedra FC Barcelona Bidasoa Irún 22–20
1988–1989 Bilbao Teka Cantabria FC Barcelona 25–20
1987–1988 Girona FC Barcelona Bidasoa Irún 22–20
1986–1987 Badajoz Atlético Madrid Granollers 20–19
1985–1986 Barcelona Tecnisán FC Barcelona 28–26
1984–1985 Oviedo FC Barcelona Atlético Madrid 15–14
1983–1984 Ferrol FC Barcelona Atlético Madrid 21–17
1982–1983 Málaga FC Barcelona Bidasoa Irún 36–16
1981–1982 Santander Atlético Madrid Granollers 19–14
1980–1981 Almería Atlético Madrid FC Barcelona 21–18
1979–1980 Girona Calpisa Atlético Madrid 20–18
1978–1979 A Coruña Atlético Madrid Calpisa 26–22
1977–1978 Las Palmas Atlético Madrid Granollers 29–23
1976–1977 Cartagena Calpisa FC Barcelona 15–14
1975–1976 Lugo Calpisa Atlético Madrid 15–10
1974–1975 Martorell Calpisa Granollers xx-xx
1973–1974 Granada Granollers FC Barcelona xx-xx
1972–1973 Vigo FC Barcelona Atlético Madrid xx-xx
1971–1972 León FC Barcelona Marcol xx-xx
1970–1971 Pamplona Marcol FC Barcelona xx-xx
1969–1970 Cádiz Granollers Atlético Madrid 15-12
1968–1969 Madrid FC Barcelona Eguía 20-14
1967–1968 Bilbao Atlético Madrid Eguía 17-14
1966–1967 Madrid Atlético Madrid Granollers 18-14
1965–1966 Madrid Atlético Madrid Granollers 17-16
1964–1965 Barcelona Selección de Barcelona Selección de Guipúzcoa xx-xx
1963–1964 Madrid Selección de Guipúzcoa Selección de Barcelona xx-xx
1962–1963 Madrid Atlético Madrid Granollers xx-xx
1961–1962 Madrid Atlético Madrid Granollers xx-xx
1960–1961 Zaragoza Selección de Madrid Selección de Barcelona xx-xx
1959–1960 Madrid Selección de Madrid Selección de Guipúzcoa xx-xx
1958–1959 Bilbao Arrahona OAR Gràcia xx-xx
1957–1958 Barcelona Granollers FC Barcelona 12–6


Winners by titles[edit]

Club Winners Runners-up Winning Years
FC Barcelona 18 13 1969, 1972, 1973, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1990, 1993, 1994, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2004, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2014
Atlético Madrid (1) 12 7 1962, 1963, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1987, 2012, 2013
Calpisa 4 1 1975, 1976, 1977, 1980
Granollers 3 9 1958, 1970, 1974
Ciudad Real 3 5 2003, 2008, 2011


(1) Includes titles from former and current Atlético Madrid

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