As the capital and most important city in the Republic of Macedonia, Skopje is home to several sports teams and venues. FK Vardar and FK Rabotnički are the two strongest and most popular football teams, whilst RK Kometal Gjorče Petrov is the most popular handball team, being a European Women's EHF Champions League champion for 2002. RK Vardar and RK Metalurg are two main male handball teams, and KK Rabotnicki and KK MZT Skopje are best in basketball.
Recently, Skopje was the host of the following events:
Sports Venues 
Skopje has four major sports indoor halls, of which the Boris Trajkovski Sports Arena is the biggest. The main stadium is the Philip II Arena and it hosts the Macedonia national football team.
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