DHC Sokol Poruba

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DHC Sokol Poruba
Full name DHC Sokol Poruba
Founded 1997 / 2010
Head coach Jan Beňadik
League WHIL
Czech League
2011–12 WHIL: 4th
Czech League: 1st
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Official site

DHC Sokol Poruba is a Czech women's handball club from Ostrava's Poruba district originally established as BK Ostrava (a.k.a. Cosmetic Ostrava for sponsorship reasons) in 1997. BK Ostrava won the national championship in its two first seasons, taking part in the Champions League.[1] In 2010 it was disbanded and refounded, taking its current name.

In 2012 the team won its third league.[2] The 2012–13 EHF Cup will mark its debut in EHF competitions under its current form.[3]


European record[edit]

Season Competition Round Club 1st leg 2nd leg Aggregate
2016-17 Challenge Cup R3 Georgia (country) HC Mamuli 34–12 31–7 65–19
1/8 Kosovo KHF Shqiponja 51–18 46–22 97–40
1/4 Poland Kram Start Elbląg 24–29 27–14 51–43
1/2 Sweden H 65 Höör 16–28 14–22 30–50

2011-12 squad[edit]


  1. ^ Profile in EHF's website
  2. ^ Poruba celebrates the title. Czech Handball Federation
  3. ^ Profile in EHF's website