BM Altea

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Altea
Balonmano Altea.gif
Full name Club Balonmano Altea
Founded 1974
Dissolved 2008
Ground Polideportivo Garganes, Altea,
Valencian Community,
Spain
Ground Capacity 1,200
Chairman Spain Salvador Lledó
Manager Spain Paco Blasco
League 1ª Nacional
2007–08 1ª Nacional, N/A

Balonmano Altea was a handball team based in Altea, Alicante, Spain. The last season, (2007–08) the team played in 1ª Nacional.

History[edit]

  • Founded in September 1974. The Balonmano Altea has teams in all categories of Spanish Handball. The President of the Balonmano Altea from season 96/97 is Mr. Paschal Moragues, who already I had this position from season 74/75 to 86/87. Paschal Moragues was the first President of the BM Altea. In season 96/97 the team win the promotion to the Liga ASOBAL (Asobal League) when winning in the Playoff to the BM Barakaldo. In season 98/99 the team is relegated to the First Division of División de Honor B, where remained one year, after promote again to the Asobal League in season 1999/00, category where stay yet in the 2006/2007 season.
  • On 11 August 2007, the club was relegated to 1ª Nacional due to financial irregularities.
  • At the end of the 2007–2008 season, BM Altea definitely was dissolved.[1]

Trophies[edit]

  • EHF Cup
    • Semifinal:2002-03
    • Runners-Up: 2003-04
  • King Cup
    • Semifinal: 2001-02, 2002-03.
  • Asobal League positions
    • 2000-01: 10th
    • 2001-02: 5th
    • 2002-03: 4th
    • 2003-04: 6th
    • 2004-05: 9th
    • 2005-06: 14th
    • 2006-07: 12th

Statistics 2006/07[edit]

Liga ASOBAL Position Pts P W D L F A
BM Altea 12 20 30 9 2 19 807 860
  • Goals:
    • Rune Ohm - 152 goals
    • Ivan Nikčević - 132 goals
    • Alexandar Buchmann - 96 goals
  • Catches:
    • Rade Mijatović - 205 catches 29%
    • Jorge Oliva Domínguez - 138 catches 29%

Notable players[edit]

Stadium information[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]

External links[edit]