Asian Club League Handball Championship

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Asian Club League Handball Championship
Current season, competition or edition:
2016 Asian Men's Club League Handball Championship
Countries Asia
Confederation AHF members
Founded 1998
Current champions Saudi Arabia Al-Noor Club (2016)
Most championships Qatar Al-Sadd (5 titles)

The Asian Handball Club League Championship is the official competition for men's handball clubs of Asia, and takes place every year. In addition to crowning the Asian champions, the tournament also serves as a qualifying tournament for the Super Globe.

Summary[edit]

Year Host Final Third place match
Champion Score Second place Third place Score Fourth place
1998
Details
Jordan
Amman
Kuwait
Al-Kazma
No playoffs Jordan
Al-Ahli
Iran
Zob Ahan
No playoffs Jordan
Al-Salt
1999
Details
Iran
Isfahan
Kuwait
Al-Kazma
23–21 Kuwait
Al-Salmiya
Bahrain
Al-Hilal
Qatar
Al-Sadd
2000
Details
Kuwait
Kuwait City
Qatar
Al-Sadd
No playoffs Kuwait
Al-Salibikhaet
Bahrain
Al-Hilal
No playoffs Iran
Paykan Sabzevar
2001
Details
Iran
Isfahan
Qatar
Al-Sadd
33–28 Kuwait
Al-Salmiya
Bahrain
Al-Najma
34–34 2OT
(3–2) pen
Iran
Foolad Mobarakeh
2002[1]
Details
United Arab Emirates
Dubai
Qatar
Al-Sadd
33–30 United Arab Emirates
Al-Ahli
Saudi Arabia
Al-Ahli
Bahrain
Al-Najma
2003
Details
Lebanon
Beirut
Qatar
Al-Sadd
29–24 Qatar
Al-Ahli
United Arab Emirates
Al-Nasr
31–30 Kuwait
Al-Salmiya
2004
Details
Iran
Tehran
Kuwait
Al-Fahaheel
25–23 Iran
Foolad Sepahan
Bahrain
Barbar
46–44 Qatar
Al-Sadd
2005
Details
Jordan
Amman
Qatar
Al-Sadd
31–28 Kuwait
Al-Salibikhaet
Bahrain
Al-Ahli
30–26 Saudi Arabia
Al-Ahli
2006
Details
Oman
Muscat
Kuwait
Al-Qadsia
38–33 Qatar
Al-Rayyan
Saudi Arabia
Al-Ahli
27–20 Oman
Muscat
2007[2]
Details
Kuwait
Kuwait City
Kuwait
Al-Qadsia
32–28 Kuwait
Al-Salibikhaet
Iran
Foolad Sepahan
32–27 Iran
Heyat Kerman
2008[3]
Details
Saudi Arabia
Jeddah
Saudi Arabia
Al-Ahli
26–23 Saudi Arabia
Al-Noor
Qatar
Al-Sadd
29–25 Kuwait
Al-Fahaheel
2009
Details
Jordan
Amman
Kuwait
Al-Salibikhaet
31–29 Lebanon
As-Sadd
Iran
Zob Ahan
22–20 Qatar
Al-Sadd
2010
Details
Lebanon
Beirut
Lebanon
As-Sadd
33–28 Saudi Arabia
Mudhar
Qatar
Al-Sadd
26–22 Iran
Zob Ahan
2011
Details
Saudi Arabia
Dammam
Saudi Arabia
Mudhar
22–19 Lebanon
As-Sadd
Qatar
El-Jaish
30–27 Saudi Arabia
Al-Khaleej
2012
Details
Qatar
Doha
Qatar
Al-Rayyan
26–24 United Arab Emirates
Al-Ahli
Kuwait
Al-Kuwait
26–25 Saudi Arabia
Al-Noor
2013
Details
Qatar
Doha
Qatar
El-Jaish
35–27 Qatar
Al-Rayyan
Lebanon
As-Sadd
37–34 United Arab Emirates
Al-Ahli
2014
Details
Qatar
Doha
Qatar
El-Jaish
33–30 Qatar
Lekhwiya
Kuwait
Al-Qurain
35–30 Kuwait
Al-Kuwait
2015[4]
Details
Qatar
Doha
Qatar
Lekhwiya
No playoffs Bahrain
Al-Najma
Saudi Arabia
Al-Noor
No playoffs United Arab Emirates
Al-Ahli
2016
Details
Jordan
Amman
Saudi Arabia
Al-Noor Club
25–23 Qatar
El-Jaish SC
Qatar
Lekhwiya SC
31–21 Iran
Gachsaran Oil & Gas Club

^1 Played in February 2003.
^2 Played in June 2008.
^3 Played in February 2009.
^4 Played in March 2016.

Titles by team[edit]

Team Champion Runner-up Third
Qatar Al-Sadd 5 (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005) 2 (2008, 2010)
Qatar El-Jaish 2 (2013, 2014) 1 (2011)
Kuwait Al-Kazma 2 (1998, 1999)
Kuwait Al-Qadsia 2 (2006, 2007)
Kuwait Al-Salibikhaet 1 (2009) 3 (2000, 2005, 2007)
Lebanon As-Sadd 1 (2010) 2 (2009, 2011) 1 (2013)
Qatar Al-Rayyan 1 (2012) 2 (2006, 2013)
Saudi Arabia Mudhar 1 (2011) 1 (2010)
Qatar Lekhwiya 1 (2015) 1 (2014)
Saudi Arabia Al-Ahli 1 (2008) 2 (2002, 2006)
Kuwait Al-Fahaheel 1 (2004)
Saudi Arabia Al-Noor Club 1 (2016)

Titles by country[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Qatar 9 5 4 18
2  Kuwait 6 5 2 13
3  Saudi Arabia 3 2 3 8
4  Lebanon 1 2 1 4
5  United Arab Emirates 0 2 1 3
6  Bahrain 0 1 5 6
7  Iran 0 1 3 4
8  Jordan 0 1 0 1
Total 19 19 19 57

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