RK Krim

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This article is about the team handball club. For the association football club, see NK Krim.
RK Krim
RK Krim.png
Full name Rokometni Klub Krim
Nickname(s) Tigrice (The Tigresses)
Krimovke
Short name Krim
Founded 1984; 31 years ago (1984)
Arena Arena Stožice
Capacity 12,480
President Peter Zavrl
Head coach Marta Bon
League Slovenian First League
2013–14 1st
Colours
Club colours               
Website
Official site

Rokometni Klub Krim (English: Krim Handball Club), commonly referred to as RK Krim or simply Krim, currently named Krim Mercator due to sponsorship reasons, is a women's handball club from Ljubljana, Slovenia. The club was founded in 1984.[1] The club has been the Slovenian champion and cup winner several times. Their international success includes winning the European Club Championship and the Champions League.[2]

Honours[edit]

  • Slovenian Championship
    • Winners: 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
  • Slovenian Cup
    • Winners: 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

Other tournaments[edit]

Supporters[edit]

RK Krim supporters are called the Krimovci.[3]

European matches[edit]

Season Competition Round Club     Home    Away
1993–94 Cup Winners' Cup 1/16 Finals Switzerland ATV Basel 24–15 24–15 Symbol keep vote.svg
1/8 Finals Italy Jomsa Rimini 29–19 26–21 Symbol keep vote.svg
1/4 Finals Germany TUS Walle Bremen 21–22 14–26 Symbol delete vote.svg
1994–95 Cup Winners' Cup 1/16 Finals Republic of Macedonia Vardar Skopje 29–20 26–24 Symbol keep vote.svg
1/8 Finals Romania Chimistul Vilcea 32–22 24–32 Symbol keep vote.svg
1/4 Finals Germany Borussia Dortmund 20–28 24–24 Symbol delete vote.svg
1995–96 Champions League 1/16 Finals Azerbaijan "Khalita" Baku ??–?? ??–?? Symbol keep vote.svg
1/8 Finals Denmark Viborg HK 25–18 15–22 Symbol delete vote.svg
1996–97 Champions League 1/16 Finals Bulgaria Volan Sofia 25–16 31–14 Symbol keep vote.svg
Group Stage
(Group D)
Greece GAS Anagenisi Artas 36–12 33–19 Symbol keep vote.svg
Germany TUS Walle Bremen 21–20 19–20
Hungary Ferencvaros Budapest 22–20 24–27
1/4 Finals Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 21–26 21–34 Symbol delete vote.svg
1997–98 Champions League 1/16 Finals Turkey YKM Istanbul 33–27 34–25 Symbol keep vote.svg
Group Stage
(Group B)
France ASPTT Metz HB 31–25 26–30 Symbol keep vote.svg
Hungary HERZ – FTC Budapest 32–24 25–23
Spain Mar El Osito L'Eliana 30–33 18–35
1/4 Finals Croatia Podravka Koprivnica 28–23 20–25 Symbol delete vote.svg
1998–99 Champions League 1/16 Finals Belarus Politechnik Minsk 39–29 30–22 Symbol keep vote.svg
Group Stage
(Group A)
France E.S.B.F. Besançon 19–15 25–20 Symbol keep vote.svg
Croatia Podravka Koprivnica 26–27 20–21
Republic of Macedonia Kometal Dorce Petrov Skopje 31–27 17–23
1/4 Finals Spain Milar l Eliana Valencia 23–25 29–21 Symbol keep vote.svg
1/2 Finals Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Budućnost Podgorica 26–29 32–29 Symbol keep vote.svg
Finals Hungary Dunaferr SE 26–26 23–25 Symbol delete vote.svg
1998–99 Champions Trophy 1/2 Finals Norway Bækkelagets SK 24–27 Symbol delete vote.svg
3rd Place Denmark Viborg HK 34–27 Symbol keep vote.svg
1999–00 Champions League 1/16 Finals Turkey Anadolu Uni Eskisehir 33–15 26–17 Symbol keep vote.svg
Group Stage
(Group B)
Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 27–28 24–24 Symbol delete vote.svg
Ukraine Motor Zaporoshje 33–18 21–22
Norway Bækkelagets SK 25–22 23–32
2000–01 Champions League Group Stage
(Group D)
Spain Milar L'Eliana Valencia 29–19 21–30 Symbol keep vote.svg
Ukraine Spartak Kiev 28–22 26–21
Hungary Györi Graboplast ETO 27–27 21–21
1/4 Finals Norway Larvik HK 29–17 20–24 Symbol keep vote.svg
1/2 Finals Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bud. Brillant Podgorica 28–21 25–27 Symbol keep vote.svg
Final Denmark Viborg HK 25–19 22–22 Symbol keep vote.svg
2000–01 Champions Trophy 1/2 Finals Ukraine Motor Zaporoshje 22–26 Symbol delete vote.svg
3rd Place Norway Nordstrand 2000 34–21 Symbol keep vote.svg
2001–02 Champions League Group Stage
(Group D)
Poland MKS Montex Lublin 26–32 24–27 Symbol delete vote.svg
Russia Volgograd AKVA 22–21 24–22
Republic of Macedonia Kometal D. P. Skopje 26–22 27–26
2002–03 Champions League Group Stage
(Group D)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia RK Buducnost MONET 32–29 27–19 Symbol keep vote.svg
Spain Ferrobus KU Mislata 31–27 28–26
France Handball Metz Metropole 34–22 31–25
1/4 Finals Norway Larvik HK 33–28 21–22 Symbol keep vote.svg
1/2 Finals Denmark Ikast Bording EH 28–21 27–21 Symbol keep vote.svg
Final Spain Milar L'Eliana Valencia 36–28 27–30 Symbol keep vote.svg
2002–03 Champions Trophy 1/2 Finals France E.S.B.F. Besançon 32–26 Symbol keep vote.svg
Final Denmark Slagelse FH 33–28 Symbol keep vote.svg
2003–04 Champions League Group Stage
(Group D)
Serbia and Montenegro RK Buducnost MONET 35–25 24–26 Symbol keep vote.svg
Ukraine HC "Motor" Zaporozhye 34–22 33–26
Denmark Ikast Bording EH 24–27 24–28
1/4 Finals Russia HC Lada Togliatti 29–25 21–24 Symbol keep vote.svg
1/2 Finals Norway Larvik HK 27–19 33–30 Symbol keep vote.svg
Final Denmark Slagelse FH 32–36 24–25 Symbol delete vote.svg
2003–04 Champions Trophy Group Stage
(Group B)
Denmark Viborg HK 33–28 Symbol keep vote.svg
Republic of Macedonia Kometal D. P. Skopje 34–20
Final Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 34–25
2004–05 Champions League Group Stage
(Group D)
Serbia and Montenegro RK DIN Niš 40–30 23–24 Symbol keep vote.svg
Norway Tertnes Bergen 32–18 24–22
Spain Orsan Elda Prestigio 28–22 30–25
1/4 Finals Republic of Macedonia Kometal D. P. Skopje 23–21 21–24 Symbol delete vote.svg
2005–06 Champions League Group Stage
(Group A)
Denmark Viborg HK 26–21 34–28 Symbol keep vote.svg
Spain Orsan Elda Prestigio 29–26 25–17
Norway Larvik HK 24–19 23–29
1/4 Finals Russia HC Lada Togliatti 25–18 29–36 Symbol keep vote.svg
1/2 Finals Denmark Aalborg DH 30–31 24–16 Symbol keep vote.svg
Final Denmark Viborg HK 22–24 21–20 Symbol delete vote.svg
2006–07 Champions League Group Stage
(Group A)
Spain Cem. la Union-Ribarroja 34–28 33–31 Symbol keep vote.svg
Denmark Aalborg DH 30–26 24–26
Russia Dinamo Volgograd 41–33 34–29
1/4 Finals Denmark Slagelse DT 26–28 23–30 Symbol delete vote.svg
2007–08 Champions League Group Stage
(Group B)
Germany 1. FC Nürnberg 30–31 24–26 Symbol delete vote.svg
Denmark IK Sävehof 24–24 31–30
Russia Zvezda Zvenigorod 35–33 36–31
2007–08 Cup Winners' Cup 1/8 Final Croatia RK Lokomotiva Zagreb 31–25 25–30 Symbol keep vote.svg
1/4 Finals Romania C.S. Rulmentul-Urban Braşov 27–29 25–27 Symbol delete vote.svg
2008–09 Champions League Group Stage
(Group D)
Germany 1. FC Nürnberg 33–25 29–25 Symbol keep vote.svg
Denmark Viborg HK 38–34 28–38
France Metz Handball 26–31 33–29
Main Round
(Group 2)
Montenegro Budućnost T-mobile 35–28 32–37 Symbol delete vote.svg
Hungary Győri Audi ETO KC 31–35 33–34
Romania C.S. Oltchim Rm. Valcea 35–34 30–36
2009–10 Champions League Group Stage
(Group B)
Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 35–24 26–28 Symbol keep vote.svg
Denmark Aalborg DH 30–23 38–32
France Metz Handball 35–31 37–30
Main Round
(Group 1)
Norway Larvik HK 30–34 23–30 Symbol delete vote.svg
Hungary Győri Audi ETO KC 24–24 23–25
Germany Leipzig 32–26 31–27
2010–11 Champions League Group Stage
(Group D)
Hungary Győri Audi ETO KC 30–34 21–26 Symbol keep vote.svg
Croatia Podravka Vegeta 26–22 35–30
Russia Zvezda Zvenigorod 37–32 32–28
Main Round
(Group 1)
Romania C.S. Oltchim Rm. Valcea 37–30 27–31 Symbol delete vote.svg
Spain Itxako Reyno De Navarra 30–26 24–25
Montenegro Budućnost 36–40 29–32
2011–12 Champions League Group Stage
(Group B)
Norway Larvik HK 19–22 19–32 Symbol keep vote.svg
Croatia Podravka Vegeta 22–22 24–23
Denmark Viborg HK 31–25 28–28
Main Round
(Group 2)
France Metz Handball 28–24 21–20 Symbol delete vote.svg
Romania C.S. Oltchim Rm. Valcea 25–31 26–30
Montenegro Budućnost 26–27 21–29
2012–13 Champions League Group Stage
(Group B)
Romania Universitatea Cluj 28–27
Croatia Podravka Vegeta 22–25
Hungary Győri Audi ETO KC

Team[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Squad for the 2014–15 season[4]

Staff members[edit]

  • Head coach: Marta Bon
  • Assistant coach: Branka Mijatović
  • Goalkeeper coach: Grega Karpan
  • Fitness coach: dr. Mitja Bračič
  • Director: Goran Dujić
  • Team manager: Jaka Kravanja

Notable former players[edit]

Indoor[edit]

RK Krim plays the Regional League, the Slovenian Championship and the Slovenian Cup at Galjevica Hall. For Champions League matches, they use Arena Stožice at Športni park Stožice.[5][6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Club Info – Krim Mercator". Women's Regional Handball League. Retrieved 17 March 2009. 
  2. ^ "RK Krim Mercator Ljubljana"2007/2008 EHF Women's Champions League (Retrieved on 18 April 2008)
  3. ^ "Navijaška skupina Krimovci" [Krimovci fan group] (in Slovenian). RK Krim official website. Retrieved 23 February 2014. 
  4. ^ "RK Krim Squad 2014–15" (in Slovenian). RK Krim official website. Retrieved 19 September 2014. 
  5. ^ a b "Hall" (in Slovenian). Rokometni Klub Krim. Retrieved 2009-03-17. [dead link]
  6. ^ a b "Venues – Galjevica". Women's Regional Handball League. Retrieved 2009-03-17. 

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