CBF Elda

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Elda Prestigio
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Short nameClub Balonmano Femenino Elda
Founded1985
ArenaPabellón Municipal Ciudad de Elda, Elda
Capacity3,000 seats
PresidentJosé Joaquín Verdú
Head coachPepe Rizo
LeagueDivisión de Plata
2015–16División de Plata, 6th
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Club Balonmano Femenino Elda, also known as Elda Prestigio for sponsorship reasons, is a Spanish women's handball team from Elda, Valencian Community founded in 1985.

Elda was promoted in 1992 to the División de Honor, where it played for the next two decades. In the late 1990s it became a national powerhouse, winning four leagues and two national cups between 1999 and 2008.[1] The team's major success in European competition was reaching the 2005 Champions League quarter-finals and the 2010 EHF Cup final, lost to Randers HK. It also reached the EHF Cup and Cup Winners' Cup's semifinals in 1998, 2002 and 2007.[2]

On June 2012 Elda asked to be relegated to the third tier due to financial strain.[3]

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Season Tier Division Pos. Notes
1991–92 2 Primera Nacional 2nd Promoted
1992–93 1 División de Honor 8th
1993–94 1 División de Honor 7th
1994–95 1 División de Honor 5th
1995–96 1 División de Honor 3rd
1996–97 1 División de Honor 3rd
1997–98 1 División de Honor 3rd
1998–99 1 División de Honor 1st League champion
1999–00 1 División de Honor 3rd
2000–01 1 División de Honor 3rd
2001–02 1 División de Honor 3rd Cup champion
2002–03 1 División de Honor 1st League champion
2003–04 1 División de Honor 1st League champion
Season Tier Division Pos. Notes
2004–05 1 División de Honor 2nd Cup champion
2005–06 1 División de Honor 3rd
2006–07 1 División de Honor 3rd
2007–08 1 División de Honor 1st League champion
2008–09 1 División de Honor 3rd
2009–10 1 División de Honor 2nd
2010–11 1 División de Honor 2nd
2011–12 1 División de Honor 9th Relegated
2012–13 3 Primera Nacional 1st
2013–14 3 Primera Nacional 1st Promoted
2014–15 2 División de Plata 5th
2015–16 2 División de Plata 6th

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