Aarhus Håndbold

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Aarhus Håndbold
Full name Aarhus Håndbold
Founded 2001
(Under the Name Aarhus GF)
Arena NRGi Arena
Capacity 5.001 (4.394 seats)
President Henrik Lundorff
Head Coach Erik Veje Rasmussen
League 888ligaen
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Aarhus Håndbold is a handball club from Aarhus, Denmark. The club was founded in 2001 originally under the name Århus GF, as an extension of the traditional Aarhus clubs AGF, Brabrand IF, VRI and Århus YMCA / Hasle. AGF chose later to withdraw from the superstructure.[1][2] The home arena of Aarhus Håndbold is NRGi Arena

Location of Aarhus Håndbold
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Location of Aarhus Håndbold

Team[edit]

Staff[edit]

Staff for the 2017–18 season
Pos. Name
Head Coach Erik Veje Rasmussen
Assistant Coach Peter Bredal
Team Leader Kenneth Slavensky
Physiotherapist Morten Frank
Physiotherapist Klaus Bredsgaard

Current squad[edit]

Squad for the 2018–19 season[3]

Transfers[edit]

Transfers for the 2018–19 season[4]

Seasons[edit]

Seasons. League Position Playoff Notes
2001/2002 11
2002/2003 3
2003/2004 7
2004/2005 2 2
2005/2006 6
2006/2007 5
2007/2008 2 3
2008/2009 9
2009/2010 10
2010/2011 4 Winners Playoff #4/4
2011/2012 8 Winners playoff #3/4
2012/2013 6 Winners playoff #3/4
2013/2014 7 Winners playoff #4/4
2014/2015 8 ongoing

European Handball[edit]

EHF Champions League[edit]

Season Round Club Home Away Aggregate Comment
2005–06 Group Iceland Haukar Hafnarfjördur 28–27 34–21 62–48 -
Group Italy Torggler Group Meran 28–35 31–37 59–72 -
Group Slovenia RK Gorenje Velenje 28–27 27–25 55–52 -
1/8 finals Hungary MKB Veszprém KC 21–30 28–31 49–61 -

EHF Cup[edit]

Season Round Club Home Away Aggregate Comment
2003–04 2nd round Estonia HC Kehra Tallinn 38–27 34–24 70–51
3rd round Portugal Boavista FC 39–24 36–25 75–49 -
1/8 finals Russia Lukoil-Dynamo Astrakhan 30–31 39–25 55–70 -
2007–08 2nd round Czech Republic HC Dukla Praha 38–29 38–33 76–62 -
3rd round Germany TBV Lemgo 32–33 29–30 61–63 -
2008–09 3rd round Italy A.S.D. Pallamano Conversano 39–30 23–26 62–56 -
1/8 finals Spain J.D. Arrate 21–27 25–20 46–47 -
2013–14 3rd round Republic of Macedonia HC Zomimak 29–26 24–33 59–53 -

Cup Winners Cup[edit]

Season Round Club Home Away Aggregate Comment
2011–12 3rd round Slovakia MSK Hlohovec 34–34 31–21 65–55 -
1/16 finals Slovenia HC Celje Pivovarna Lasko 22–23 24–26 46–49 -

Notable former players[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Århus Elite disposes Aarhus GF". dr.dk (danish). Retrieved 2010-02-26.
  2. ^ "The club". aarhushaandbold.dk/ (danish).
  3. ^ "The team 2017/2018" (in Danish). Aarhus Handball official website. Archived from the original on 18 April 2015. Retrieved 5 September 2017.
  4. ^ "Transferlist Boxer Ligaen" (in Danish). HBOLD.DK. Archived from the original on 16 February 2015. Retrieved 24 March 2015.

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