BM Remudas

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Rocasa G.C. ACE
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Full name Balonmano Remudas
Short name Remudas
Founded 1978
Arena Antonio Moreno, Telde
Capacity 800
President Antonio Moreno (ESP)
Head coach Antonio Moreno (ESP)
League División de Honor
2017–18 División de Honor, 3rd
Team colours
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Home
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Website
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Balonmano Remudas, a.k.a. Rocasa Gran Canaria ACE for sponsorship reasons, is a Spanish women's handball club from Telde in the island of Gran Canaria, Canary Islands.

Founded in 1978, ten years later it was promoted to the División de Honor, where it has played since.[1] Its best result was a third place in 1992, while most recently it was second to last in 2011, ultimately avoiding relegation as CP Goya Almería sold it its spot.[2] Remudas has played the EHF Cup in 1993 and 2003, the Cup Winners' Cup in 2001 and the City Cup in 1995.[3]

Season to season[edit]

Season Tier Division Pos. Notes
1986–87 2 Primera Nacional 3rd (Group 6)
1987–88 2 Primera Nacional 1st (Group 6)
1988–89 2 Primera Nacional 1st (Group 4) Promoted
1989–90 1 División de Honor 8th
1990–91 1 División de Honor 5th
1991–92 1 División de Honor 3rd
1992–93 1 División de Honor 7th
1993–94 1 División de Honor 5th
1994–95 1 División de Honor 6th
1995–96 1 División de Honor 10th
1996–97 1 División de Honor 8th
1997–98 1 División de Honor 10th
1998–99 1 División de Honor 5th
1999–00 1 División de Honor 4th
2000–01 1 División de Honor 6th
Season Tier Division Pos. Notes
2001–02 1 División de Honor 5th
2002–03 1 División de Honor 7th
2003–04 1 División de Honor 8th
2004–05 1 División de Honor 8th
2005–06 1 División de Honor 12th
2006–07 1 División de Honor 8th
2007–08 1 División de Honor 8th
2008–09 1 División de Honor 11th
2009–10 1 División de Honor 11th
2010–11 1 División de Honor 12th
2011–12 1 División de Honor 7th
2012–13 1 División de Honor 3rd
2013–14 1 División de Honor 2nd
2014–15 1 División de Honor 2nd
2015–16 1 División de Honor 2nd

European record[edit]

Season Competition Round Club 1st leg 2nd leg Aggregate
2013-14 EHF Cup Qualifier Belarus HC Gomel 30–20 26–26 56–46
Last 16 Russia Lada Togliatti 28–30 16–26 44–56
Season Competition Round Club 1st leg 2nd leg Aggregate
2014-15 EHF Cup Round 3 Sweden Lugi HF 28–24 25–23 53–47
Last 16 Hungary Érd 22–30 23–31 45–61
Season Competition Round Club 1st leg 2nd leg Aggregate
2015-16 Challenge Cup 1/8 Kosovo KHF Shqiponja 23–38 31–56 94–54
1/4 Serbia ŽRK Izvor Bukovička Banja 35–25 27–19 62–44
1/2 Poland EB Start Elbląg 25–24 22–22 47–46
Final Turkey Kastamonu Bld. GSK 29–25 33–29 62–54
Season Competition Round Club 1st leg 2nd leg Aggregate
2016-17 Challenge Cup R3 Finland HIFK 39–12 32–21 71–33
1/8 Slovenia ŽRK Mlinotest Ajdovščina 31–18 36–21 67–39
1/4 Croatia HC Lokomotiva Zagreb 24–29 26–23 50–52

Team[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Squad for the 2018–19 season

Transfers[edit]

Transfers for the 2018-2019

Trophies[edit]

Notable players[edit]

References[edit]

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