SC Pick Szeged

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SC Pick Szeged
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Full name Sport Club Pick Szeged
Short name Szeged
Founded 1961
Arena Városi Sportcsarnok, Szeged
Capacity 3,200
President Richárd Mezei
Head coach Juan Carlos Pastor
League Nemzeti Bajnokság I
2010–11 Nemzeti Bajnokság I, 2nd
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SC Pick Szeged is a Hungarian handball club from Szeged, that plays in the Nemzeti Bajnokság I and the EHF Champions League.

Accomplishments[edit]

  • Nemzeti Bajnokság I:
    • Gold: 1996, 2007
    • Silver: 1985, 1994, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
    • Bronze: 1979, 1983, 1986, 1990, 1993, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001
  • Magyar Kupa:
    • Winners: 1977, 1982, 1983, 1993, 2006, 2008
    • Finalists: 1996, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014

Team[edit]

Current squad[edit]

No. Nationality Name Date of birth Height Weight
Goalkeepers
1 SlovakiaHungary Mihály Tóth 03.09.1992 1.98 m 102 kg
16 Hungary Roland Mikler 20.09.1984 1.90 m 100 kg
Left wingers
6 SerbiaHungary Marinko Kekezović 20.08.1985 1.87 m 80 kg
7 Hungary Attila Vadkerti 22.02.1982 1.82 m 88 kg| align="center" |17.07.1981 2.00 m 98 kg
8 Sweden Jonas Källman 17.07.1981 2.00 m 98 kg
Left Back players
14 Bosnia and Herzegovina Nikola Prce 31.08.1980 2.00 m 105 kg
18 Hungary Ferenc Ilyés 20.12.1981 1.98 m 105 kg
21 Croatia Alen Blažević 29.03.1986 2.00 m 101 kg
24 Hungary József Czina 24.11.1980 1.96 m 106 kg
Middle Back players
5 Spain Niko Mindegía 19.07.1988 1.84 m 87 kg
10 Sweden Jonas Larholm 03.06.1982 1.92 m 96 kg
29 Slovakia František Šulc 13.12.1978 1.86 m 90 kg
Line players
9 Hungary Márk Hegedűs 14.09.1992 1.90 m 103 kg
17 Hungary Szabolcs Zubai 31.03.1984 1.93 m 93 kg
77 Bosnia and Herzegovina Vladimir Vranješ 14.12.1988 2.00 m 107 kg
Right Back players
15 Hungary Bálint Fekete 27.06.1995 1.95 m 83 kg
19 Hungary Zsolt Balogh 29.03.1989 1.89 m 95 kg
90 Hungary Gábor Ancsin 27.11.1990 2.02 m 107 kg
Right wingers
11 Hungary Máté Gidai 18.01.1994 1.80 m 75 kg
34 Montenegro Marko Lasica 30.04.1988 1.88 m 80 kg
51 Spain Roberto García Parrondo 12.01.1980 1.86 m 86 kg

Staff members[edit]

  • Spain Head Coach: Juan Carlos Pastor
  • Serbia Assistant Coach: Marko Krivokapić
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Goalkeeping Coach: Haris Porobić
  • Hungary Club Doctor: István Szabó, MD
  • Hungary Masseur: Sándor Pióker
  • Hungary Physiotherapist: István László Süli

Selected former players[edit]

Coaching history[edit]

Period Coach
1974–1980 Hungary Árpád Kővári
1980–1981 Hungary Ferenc Buday
1981–1983 Hungary László Boros Gy.
1983–1984 Hungary Márton Ludányi
1985–1987 Hungary István Lesti
1987–1989 Hungary Árpád Kővári
1989–1991 Hungary Zsolt Barabás
1991–1995 Hungary Árpád Kővári
1995–1998 Hungary László Skaliczki
1998–1999 Hungary Ferenc Buday
1999–2000 Hungary György Koleszár
2000 Hungary Árpád Kővári
2001–2003 Serbia Dragan Đukić
2003–2006 Hungary Péter Kovács
2006–2007 Serbia Zoran Kurteš
2007–2009 Serbia Vladan Matić
2009–2010 Serbia Dragan Đukić
2010–2013 Hungary László Skaliczki
2013–0000 Spain Juan Carlos Pastor

Pick Szeged in Europe[edit]

Legend: Group= Group phase, Group 1= first group phase, Group 2= second group phase, WCQ= Wildcard Qualification

Season Competition Round Country Club Score
1977–78 EHF Cup Winners' Cup 1/8 Spain FC Barcelona 27–22, 13–15
1/4 Poland Anilana Lódz 26–22, 20–25
1982–83 EHF Cup Winners' Cup 1/8 Denmark KFUM Fredericia 27–16, 29–27
1/4 East Germany SC Leipzig 25–29, 27–19
1/2 Soviet Union SKA Minsk 25–24, 19–37
1983–84 EHF Cup Winners' Cup 1/8 Czechoslovakia VSŽ Košice 27–32, 30–23
1/4 Denmark Helsingør IF 23–25, 31–21
1/2 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sloga Bosnaprevoz Doboj 24–26, 26–25
1984–85 IHF Cup 1/8 Spain BR Alicante 24–29, 31–33
1986–87 IHF Cup 1/8 Czechoslovakia Slavia Praha 18–23, 22–21
1987–88 IHF Cup 1/16 Bulgaria VIF Sofia 16–25, 23–28
1990–91 IHF Cup 1/16 Romania Minaur Baia Mare 16–23, 27–21
1992–93 IHF Cup 1/16 Romania Steaua Bucureşti 21–16, 21–27
1993–94 EHF Cup Winners' Cup 1/16 Ukraine Svitotekhnik-Kolos Brovary 17–29, 30–17
1/8 Finland BK 46 Karis 31–24, 21–23
1/4 Iceland Selfoss 30–18, 20–32
1/2 Spain FC Barcelona 22–24, 14–19
1994–95 EHF Cup 1/16 Cyprus Grammas School Nicosia 23–18, 30–17
1/8 France Montpellier HB 27–24, 20–22
1/4 Russia Polyot Cheljabinsk 21–23, 27–25
1995–96 EHF City Cup 1/16 Turkey Beşiktaş Istanbul 35–17, 30–22
1/8 Germany TV 08 e. V. Niederwürzbach 33–31, 29–29
1/4 Croatia HC Sisak 27–20, 38–22
1/2 Germany SG Vfl BHW Hameln 22–26, 26–27
1996–97 EHF Champions League 1/16 Romania Steaua Bucureşti 27–17, 23–25
Group Norway ID Runar Sandefjord 20–29, 33–23
Group Italy Principe Trieste 30–22, 29–25
Group Croatia Badel Zagreb1862 22–22, 29–29
1/4 Spain FC Barcelona 25–26, 17–40
1997–98 EHF City Cup 1/16 Croatia RK Metković Jambo 18–19, 29–26
1/8 France Paris St. Germain 19–24, 26–19
1/4 Germany TuS Nettelstedt 22–25, 26–29
1998–99 EHF City Cup 1/16 Belgium Handballclub Tongeren 29–18, 33–14
1/8 Ukraine CSKA Kyiv 40–14, 35–25
1/4 Germany TuS Nettelstedt 25–28, 29–28
1999–2000 EHF Cup 1/16 Sweden Alingsas HK 33–20, 24–26
1/8 Norway Viking 31–29, 25–27
2000–01 EHF Cup 1/16 Turkey Beşiktaş Istanbul 34–24, 35–27
1/8 Russia CSKA Moscow 26–19, 23–28
1/4 Spain Bidasoa Irun 28–27, 23–26
2001–02 EHF Cup Round 3 Spain BM Gáldar 33–28, 30–36
2002–03 EHF Cup Winners' Cup Round 3 Netherlands De Groot Groep E&O 31–26, 31–21
Round 4 Slovakia HT Tatran Prešov 36–22, 30–25
1/4 Germany TBV Lemgo 32–40, 30–34
2003–04 EHF Champions League Group Norway Sandefjord TIF 24–26, 30–26
Group Greece Filippos Verias 31–26, 23–24
Group Croatia RK Zagreb 27–26, 25–26
1/8 France Montpellier HB 29–22, 26–27
1/4 Germany SC Magdeburg 30–31, 24–28
2004–05 EHF Champions League Group Republic of Macedonia Vardar Vatrost Skopje 24–24, 25–18
Group Romania HCM Constanța 27–24, 23–21
Group Spain FC Barcelona 22–21, 26–35
1/8 Slovenia Celje Pivovarna Laško 23–23, 20–21
2005–06 EHF Champions League Group Ukraine ZTR Zaporozhye 36–28, 24–22
Group Spain FC Barcelona 20–27, 26–28
Group Bosnia and Herzegovina HRK Izviđač Ljubuški 22–23, 33–22
1/8 Spain BM Ciudad Real 31–32, 27–36
2006–07 EHF Champions League Group Spain BM Ciudad Real 20–25, 25–32
Group Belarus Brest HC Meshkov 30–24, 28–23
Group Switzerland Kadetten Schaffhausen 27–27, 23–22
1/8 Spain BM Valladolid 25–25, 24–25
2007–08 EHF Champions League Group 1 Slovenia RK Gorenje Velenje 29–17, 30–23
Group 1 Bosnia and Herzegovina HC Bosna Sarajevo 39–24, 37–24
Group 1 Belarus Brest HC Meshkov 24–22, 33–24
Group 2 Slovenia Celje Pivovarna Laško 30–35, 20–19
Group 2 Denmark GOG Svendborg TGI Gudme 34–33, 25–28
Group 2 Spain FC Barcelona 28–33, 32–28
2008–09 EHF Champions League Group 1 Croatia Croatia Zabreb 30–36, 25–29
Group 1 Poland HC Wisła Płock 26–16, 26–17
Group 1 Germany Rhein-Neckar Löwen 24–28, 28–35
2008–09 EHF Cup Winners' Cup 1/8 Hungary Dunaferr SE 29–33, 28–19
1/4 Germany HSG Nordhorn 25–34, 31–26
2009–10 EHF Champions League Group Russia Chehovski Medvedi 32–32, 30–39
Group France Montpellier HB 23–30, 26–33
Group Spain BM Valladolid 23–30, 35–35
Group Romania HCM Constanța 30–32, 35–25
Group Greece PAOK HC 27–24, 26–27
2010–11 EHF Champions League Group Russia Chehovski Medvedi 22–29, 26–25
Group Denmark AaB Håndbold 37–28, 30–34
Group Spain BM Valladolid 30–25, 23–26
Group Switzerland Kadetten Schaffhausen 29–26, 27–31
Group Belarus HC Dinamo Minsk 37–34, 29–33
1/8 Germany SG Flensburg-Handewitt 26–27, 20–33
2011–12 EHF Champions League Group Germany THW Kiel 26–38, 24–34
Group Denmark AG København 31–34, 24–36
Group Spain Reale Ademan León 31–35, 25–31
Group France Montpellier Agglomération HB 38–35, 26–29
Group Serbia RK Partizan Beograd 31–21, 29–23
2012–13 EHF Champions League Group Spain FC Barcelona Intersport 28–33, 24–33
Group Germany Füchse Berlin 22–29, 24–29
Group Belarus HC Dinamo Minsk 26–21, 24–29
Group Croatia HC Croatia Osiguranje Zagreb 26–24, 27–30
Group Switzerland Kadetten Schaffhausen 30–29, 29–36
1/8 Poland KS Vive Targi Kielce 26–25, 27–32
2013–14 EHF Champions League WCQ Republic of Macedonia HC Metalurg 23–19, 16–26
2013–14 EHF Cup Round 3 Portugal S.L. Benfica 31–25, 24–25
Group France HBC Nantes 28–27, 23–31
Group Slovakia Tatran Prešov 37–31, 31–29
Group Sweden IFK Kristianstad 29–18, 26–23
1/4 Portugal Sporting CP 28–22, 27–29
1/2 Germany Füchse Berlin 24–22
Final France Montpellier Agglomération HB 29–28

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