Dunaújvárosi Kohász KA

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Dunaújvárosi Kohász KA
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Full name Dunaújvárosi Kohász Kézilabda Akadémia
Short name DKKA
Founded 2011
Arena Dunaújvárosi Sportcsarnok, Dunaújváros
Capacity 1,200
President Bojana Radulovics
Head coach László György
League Nemzeti Bajnokság I
2015–16 Nemzeti Bajnokság I, 5th
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Dunaújvárosi Kohász KA, formerly known as Dunaferr, is a Hungarian women's handball club from Dunaújváros, that plays in the Nemzeti Bajnokság I.

History[edit]

Dunaferr[edit]

The team enjoyed their best spell between the mid-1990s and the mid-2000s, during which period they won five Hungarian championship and five Hungarian Cup titles, and set a unique record of winning all three major continental competitions. Kohász, as the fans call the club, first won the EHF Cup Winners' Cup in 1995 and captured the EHF Cup title three years later.

In 1999 they lifted the EHF Champions League trophy as well, after beating Slovenian side Krim Ljubljana in the finals. Dunaferr, playing in front of their fanatic fans, have secured a two goal advantage for the rematch, which ended in a 26–26 draw, and that was just enough for the Hungarians to celebrate a famous success.[1] To make the silverware collection complete, they also took the EHF Champions Trophy in that year.

Dunaújvárosi Kohász KA[edit]

Following the decision of the Dunaújváros City Council on 28 October 2010, Bojana Radulovics has been named to manage the women's section of the newly forming handball academy, which is set to open in September 2011 and will run in co-operation with the College of Dunaújváros. The Academy is operated by Dunaújvárosi Főiskola – Dunaújvárosi Kézilabda Akadémia Nonprofit Kft. (DF-DKA). In the autumn of 2011 Eszter Mátéfi joined the staff. Dunaferr NKSE could not undertake the operation of the NB I adult team longer, so it was a real danger that professional handball in Dunaújváros would totally disappear. The DF-DKA announced that it will take over the senior team and enter it in the NB I/B championship. The Hungarian Handball Federation did not support this, but the club has offered the 12th place in the first division. The team started the 2012/2013 season as Dunaújvárosi Kohász Kézilabda Akadémia.

Crest, colours, supporters[edit]

Naming history[edit]

  • 1979–1989: Dunaújvárosi Kohász SE
  • 1989–2004: Dunaferr SE
  • 2004–2009: Dunaferr NK
  • 2009–2010: Dunaújvárosi NKKSE
  • 2010–2012: Dunaújvárosi Regale Klíma
  • 2012–present: Dunaújvárosi Kohász Kézilabda Akadémia

Kit manufacturers and Shirt sponsor[edit]

The following table shows in detail Dunaújváros kit manufacturers and shirt sponsors by year:

Period Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
2004–2005 Nike Dunaferr / Astra Zeneca / Westel / Wu2
2005–2006 Hummel Dunaferr / Astra Zeneca / T-Mobile / Elco Group
2006–2007 Dunaferr / Astra Zeneca / T-Mobile
2007–2008 Dunaferr / Astra Zeneca / Raiffeisen Bank
2008–2009 Dunaferr / Astra Zeneca
2009–2010 Erima Dunafin / Dunaújvárosi Vagyonkezelő Zrt. / Duna Mount 2003 Kft.
2010–2011 Dunafin / Dunaújvárosi Vagyonkezelő Zrt. / Hamburger Hungária Kft.
2011–2012 Dunafin / Dunaújvárosi Vagyonkezelő Zrt.
2012–2013 Dunaferr / Dunaújvárosi Főiskola
2013–2014 Hummel -
2014–2015 Vertikál Zrt.
2015–2016 Szerencsejáték Zrt. / Vertikál Zrt. / S-Group Zrt. / Fritz Borház
2016–2017 Szerencsejáték Zrt. / Bige Holding Csoport / Vertikál Zrt. / Fritz Borház

Supporters and rivalries[edit]

The supporters of the club are based in Dunaújváros, in western part and capital of Fejér County, Hungary.

Dunaújvárosi Kohász KA's rival is the neighbouring club Fehérvár KC and games between the clubs are considered as the "Fejér megyei derbi".

Honours[edit]

Domestic competitions[edit]

Nemzeti Bajnokság I (National Championship of Hungary)

  • Gold medal blank.svg Champions (5): 1997–98, 1998–99, 2000–01, 2002–03, 2003–04
  • Silver medal blank.svg Runners-up (4): 1996–97, 2001–02, 2004–05, 2007–08
  • Bronze medal blank.svg Third place (4): 1995–96, 1999–00, 2005–06, 2006–07

Magyar Kupa (National Cup of Hungary)

  • Gold medal with cup.svg Winners (5): 1997–98, 1998–99, 1999–00, 2001–02, 2003–04
  • Silver medal with cup.svg Finalists (4): 1993–94, 2002–03, 2004–05, 2007–08

European competitions[edit]

EHF Champions League:

  • Winners: 1999
  • Semifinalists: 2004, 2005

EHF Cup Winners' Cup:

  • Winners: 1995

EHF Cup

  • Winners: 1998, 2016
  • Finalists: 2003
  • Semifinalists: 2008

EHF Champions Trophy:

  • Winners: 1999
  • Third Placed: 1998
  • Fourth Placed: 1995

Arena[edit]

  • Name: Dunaújvárosi Sportcsarnok
  • City: Dunaújváros, Hungary
  • Capacity: 1,200 spectators
  • Address: H-2400 Dunaújváros, Eszperantó út 2-4.

Team[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Squad for the 2016–17 season[2]

Transfers[edit]

Transfers for the 2017-18 season[3]

Recent seasons[edit]

Season Division Pos. Magyar kupa
1993-94 NB I 4th Silver medal with cup.svg Finalist
1994-95 NB I 4th Semi-finals
1995-96 NB I Third place Semi-finals
1996-97 NB I Runner-up Semi-finals
1997-98 NB I Champion Gold medal with cup.svg Winner
1998-99 NB I Champion Gold medal with cup.svg Winner
1999-00 NB I Third place Gold medal with cup.svg Winner
2000-01 NB I Champion Semi-finals
2001-02 NB I Runner-up Gold medal with cup.svg Winner
2002-03 NB I Champion Silver medal with cup.svg Finalist
Season Division Pos. Magyar kupa
2003-04 NB I Champion Gold medal with cup.svg Winner
2004-05 NB I Runner-up Silver medal with cup.svg Finalist
2005-06 NB I Third place Quarter-finals
2006-07 NB I Third place Semi-finals
2007-08 NB I Runner-up Silver medal with cup.svg Finalist
2008-09 NB I 8th Round 4
2009-10 NB I 6th Quarter-finals
2010-11 NB I 7th Quarter-finals
2011-12 NB I 10th Round 4
2012-13 NB I 8th Round 4
Season Division Pos. Magyar kupa
2013-14 NB I 4th Quarter-finals
2014-15 NB I 4th Quarter-finals
2015-16 NB I 5th Round 4
2016-17 NB I Fourth place

In European competition[edit]

Source: kézitörténelem.hu

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
1994-95 Cup Winners' Cup
Gold medal blank.svg Winner
1/16-finals Bulgaria Gabrovo HC 33-13 25-12 58–25
1/8-finals Denmark Rødovre HK 25-13 23-19 48–32
1/4-finals Ukraine Spartak Kiev 24-19 24-25 48–44
1/2-finals Russia Rossijanka Volgograd 24-19 20-23 44–42
Finals Germany TV Giessen Lützellinden 26-18 23-25 49–43
1995-96 Cup Winners' Cup 1/16-finals Portugal Académico Madeira 31-11 34-14 65–25
1/8-finals Israel Hapoel Petah Tikva 34-9 35-15 69–24
1/4-finals Croatia Kras Zagreb 26-20 19-28 45–48
1996-97 Cup Winners' Cup 1/16-finals Bosnia and Herzegovina Željezničar Sarajevo 39-14 51-6 90–20
1/8-finals Ukraine Motor Zaporizhia 20-22 22-23 42–45
1997-98 EHF Cup
Gold medal blank.svg Winner
1/8-finals Croatia Samoborka Silex Samobor 30-21 34-21 64–42
1/4-finals Norway Byåsen Trondheim 23-24 35-19 58–43
1/2-finals Spain CB Elda Prestigio 35-23 26-26 61–49
Finals Slovakia HK ŠKP Banská Bystrica 34-27 26-22 60–49
1998-99 Champions League
Gold medal blank.svg Winner
1/16-finals Slovakia Slovan Duslo Šaľa 34-26 26-21 60–47
Champions League
(Group C)
Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 26–27 23–24 2nd
Romania Oltchim Vâlcea 24–23 24–21
Greece GAS Anagennisi Artas 35–18 33–29
1/4-finals Denmark Ikast F.S. 28-23 22-25 50–48
1/2-finals Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 30-25 20-24 50–49
Finals Slovenia Krim Electa Ljubljana 25-23 26-26 51–49
1999-00 Champions League Champions League
(Group D)
Poland Montex Lublin 32–26 26–29 2nd
Croatia Podravka Dolcela 27–16 24–27
Greece GAS Anagennisi Artas 41–19 27–21
1/4-finals Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Budućnost Podgorica 33-33 27-25 60–58
2000-01 Cup Winners' Cup Round 3 Lithuania Eastcon AG Vilnius 27-25 31-15 58–40
Round 4 France E.S.B.F. Besancon 20-21 16-16 36–37
2001-02 Champions League Group Matches
(Group B)
Spain Milar L'Eliana Valencia 22–23 20–22 3rd
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Budućnost Podgorica 28–20 25–33
Denmark GOG Gudme 25–20 20–19
2002-03 Champions League Qual. Round 2 Spain Ferrobús KU Mislata 31-25 20-27 51-52 ↓ EHF
2002-03 EHF Cup
Silver medal blank.svg Finalist
Round 3 Switzerland Spono Nottwil 38-22 41-26 79–48
Round 4 Spain AKABA Bera Bera 23-18 20-23 43–41
1/4 Final Russia Volgograd AKVA 23-18 22-25 45–43
1/2 Final Hungary Cornexi Alcoa 33-28 22-23 55–51
Final Denmark Slagelse FH 27-22 20-27 47–49
2003-04 Champions League Group Matches
(Group A)
Russia HC Lada Togliatti 29–28 22–21 2nd
Germany DJK/MJC Trier 30–22 24–24
Spain El Osito L'Eliana Valencia 26–23 27–28
1/4 Final Serbia and Montenegro ŽRK Budućnost MONET 29-24 31-26 60–50
1/2 Final Denmark Slagelse FH 34-29 22-32 56–61
2004-05 Champions League Group Matches
(Group A)
Serbia and Montenegro ŽRK Budućnost MONET 27–18 18–16 2nd
Spain CBM Astroc Sagunto 35–28 33–26
Denmark Ikast Bording EH 27–28 25–25
1/4 Final Denmark Viborg HK A/S 27-26 31-30 58–56
1/2 Final Denmark Slagelse FH 25-28 17-21 42–49
2005-06 Champions League Qual. Round 2 Germany 1. FC Nürnberg 29-30 25-20 54-50
Group Matches
(Group B)
Denmark Slagelse DT 23–27 25–27 3rd
CWC
Russia Lada Togliatti 30–27 26–31
Serbia and Montenegro ŽRK Knjaz Miloš 39–24 27–24
2005-06 Cup Winners' Cup 1/4 Final Norway Gjerpen Handball Skien 32-32 28-29 60–61
2006-07 EHF Cup Round 3 Russia Rostov-Don 30-16 26-24 56–40
1/8 Final Hungary Kiskunhalas NKSE 31-20 28-27 59–47
1/4 Final Spain Orsan Elda Prestigio 28-24 28-34 56–58
2007-08 EHF Cup Round 2 Azerbaijan Garadag HC Baku 46-14 38-20 84–34
Round 3 Russia Rostov-Don 33-23 28-26 61–49
1/8 Final Serbia ŽRK Knjaz Miloš 40-24 43-29 83–53
1/4 Final Norway Byåsen HB Elite 32-28 28-29 60–57
1/2 Final Spain Itxako-Navarra 27-23 22-28 49–51
2008-09 Champions League Qual. Tournament 2
(Group 4)
Ukraine Motor Zaporizhia 31-36 2nd
EHF
Serbia HC Naisa Niš 28-20
Denmark FCK Håndbold A/S 15-22
2008-09 EHF Cup Round 3 Germany VfL Oldenburg 31-31 27-29 58–60
2014-15 EHF Cup Round 3 Republic of Macedonia WHC Vardar II 28-20 30-15 58–35
Last 16 Russia Rostov-Don 28-29 19-28 47–57
2015-16 EHF Cup
Gold medal blank.svg Winner
Round 3 Italy Indeco Conversano 37-25 31-24 68–49
Last 16 Hungary Siófok KC 24-19 23-28 47–47 (a)
Quarter Final Russia Astrakhanochka 25-20 23-26 48–46
Semi Finals Denmark Randers HK 23-25 29-27 52–52 (a)
Finals Germany TuS Metzingen 29-21 26-28 55–49
2016-17 EHF Cup Qual. Round 3 Hungary Érd 25-31 22-29 47–60

EHF Champions Trophy[edit]

Season Round Club Result
1995 SF Hungary Debreceni VSC (EHF Cup) 23-25 4th
3rd Austria Hypo Niederösterreich (Champions League) 25-29
1998 SF Norway Bækkelagets Oslo (Cup Winners' Cup) 23-27 3rd
3rd Austria Hypo Niederösterreich (Champions League) 28-23
1999 SF Denmark Viborg HK (EHF Cup) 28-27 1st
F Norway Bækkelagets Oslo (Cup Winners' Cup) 28-27

Notable former players[edit]

Notable former coaches[edit]

Dunaújvárosi Kohász KA II[edit]

Dunaújvárosi Kohász KA II is the junior team of Dunaújvárosi Kohász KA women's handball club. They compete in the Nemzeti Bajnokság I/B, the second-tier league in Hungary. Although they play in the same league system as their senior team, rather than a separate league, they are ineligible for promotion to the Nemzeti Bajnokság I, since junior teams cannot play in the same division as their senior side.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "1998/99 Women's Champions League Finals". European Handball Federation. Retrieved 8 April 2011. 
  2. ^ "DKKA felnőtt csapat". kohaszkezi.hu. 
  3. ^ "Négy játékos érkezik" (in Hungarian). kohaszkezi.hu. Retrieved 4 April 2017. 
  4. ^ "Magyar bajnokság NB1 - női" (in Hungarian). kezitortenelem.hu. 
  5. ^ "Magyar bajnokság NB1B - női" (in Hungarian). kezitortenelem.hu. 
  6. ^ "Magyar bajnokság NB2 - női (1957-1980)" (in Hungarian). kezitortenelem.hu. 

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