|Full name||Ženski rakometen klub
|Head coach||Krsto Petruševski|
|League||Skopsko Super League|
ŽRK Metalurg (WHC Metalurg) (Macedonian: ЖРК Металург) is a Macedonian women's handball club from Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. The team currently competes in the Macedonian women's First League of Handball and in the EHF Women's Champions League.
The club was established in 1964 under the name MIK and played in the amateur handball league of SR Macedonia. In the season 1969/70 MIK became winner of the handball league of SR Macedonia. In 1973 the club was renamed to RK Skopje. Finally in 1975, RK Skopje achieved their greatest success, participation in the First Yugoslav Handball League. In 1978, RK Skopje won the Yugoslav Cup for the territory of SR Macedonia. From then until the dissolution of former Yugoslavia, RK Skopje played in the Second Yugoslav Handball League.
After the independence of Macedonia in 1991, RK Skopje competed in the Macedonian women's First League of Handball, and the club played in the EHF Women's Cup Winners' Cup in 1994 and in the Women's EHF Challenge Cup the following year.
In the season 2007/08 the club got a strong sponsor, and under the name ŽRK Metalurg Skopje, unbeaten entered in the Macedonian women's First League of Handball. In the 2009/10 season ŽRK Metalurg Skopje won the Macedonian Championship and the Macedonian Cup without losing a point. The following season the club again won the league title and domestic cup. In the 2011-12 season, they had their best showing in Europe by making it to the Last 16 of the Women's EHF Cup Winners' Cup. They followed that up with their third straight domestic double crown.
- Macedonian Republic League
- Winners (2): 1970, 1985
- Winners (3): 2009/10, 2010/11, 2011/12
- Macedonian Republic Cup
- Winners (1): 1978
- Winners (4): 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
- Semi-Finalist (1): 2009/10
- Finalist (1) : 2011/12
- Third place (1) : 2009/10
- Squad for the 2015–16 season
- Head Coach: Aleksandar Petrovski
- Assistant Coach: Blagoja Vesikj
- Physiotherapist: Kate Andonovska
- Director: Filip Hristov
- "History of WHC Metalurg" (in Macedonian). RK Metalurg official website.