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Alba Fehérvár KC
Full nameAlba Fehérvár Kézilabda Club
Short nameFehérvár
Founded1968; 56 years ago (1968)
ArenaKöfém Sportcsarnok, Székesfehérvár
Capacity1,000
PresidentImre Balássi
Head coachRoland Horváth
LeagueNemzeti Bajnokság I
2021–22Nemzeti Bajnokság I, 10th
Club colours   
Team colours
Team colours
Team colours
Team colours
Home
Team colours
Team colours
Team colours
Team colours
Away
Website
Official site

Alba Fehérvár Kézilabda Club is a Hungarian women's handball team based in Székesfehérvár. Founded in 1968 by the merger of Máv Előre and VT Vasas, the club achieved their biggest success in 2005, when they were crowned of the EHF Cup winners, after beating domestic rivals Győri ETO KC in the finals. This is the first and so far the only major European title for the team.[1]

Location of Alba Fehérvár KC
Székesfehérvár
Székesfehérvár
Location of Alba Fehérvár KC

Crest, colours, supporters[edit]

Naming history[edit]

  • –1994: Alcoa Köfém SC
  • 1994–1998: Cerbona SC
  • 1998–1999: Cerbona-Alcoa SC
  • 1999–2004: Cornexi-Alcoa
  • 2004–2007: Cornexi-Alcoa-HSB Holding
  • 2007–2009: Fehérép Alcoa FKC
  • 2009–2010: Alcoa Fehérvár KC
  • 2010–2011: Alcoa FKC RightPhone
  • 2011–2012: Alcoa FKC
  • 2012–2015: Fehérvár KC
  • 2015–present: Alba Fehérvár KC

Kit manufacturers and Shirt sponsor[edit]

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

Period Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
2002–2003 Diadora Cornexi-Alcoa
2003–2005 Cornexi-Alcoa / Fiat
2005–2006 Cornexi-Alcoa HSB Holding
2006–2007 Puma Cornexi-Alcoa HSB Holding / SPAR Natur*pur
2007–2008 H2O SPAR Natur*pur
2008–2009 SPAR Natur*pur / Albatherm
2009–2010
2010–2011 Erima www.albacomp.hu
2011–2012 FKC / Székesfehérvár
2012–2013 double green / Székesfehérvár
2013–2014 WMS
2014–2015 hummel Strabag
2015– Avis

Kits[edit]

Supporters and rivalries[edit]

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

Team[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Squad for the 2024–25 season

Transfers[edit]

Transfers for the 2024–25 season[2][3]

Previous Squads[edit]

Honours[edit]

Domestic competitions[edit]

Magyar Kupa (National Cup of Hungary)

  • Finalist (1): 2005–06

European competitions[edit]

  • EHF Cup
    • Winners: 2005
    • Semifinalists: 2002, 2014

Recent seasons[edit]

As of 23 August 2020
Season Division Pos. Magyar kupa
1993–94 NB I 15th
1994–95 NB I 14th
1995–96 NB I 10th
1996–97 NB I 9th
1997–98 NB I 8th
1998–99 NB I 5th
1999-00 NB I 5th
2000–01 NB I 4th
2001–02 NB I 4th
2002–03 NB I 4th
Season Division Pos. Magyar kupa
2003–04 NB I 5th
2004–05 NB I 4th
2005–06 NB I 5th Finalist
2006–07 NB I 4th
2007–08 NB I 4th
2008–09 NB I 5th
2009–10 NB I 8th
2010–11 NB I 5th Third place
2011–12 NB I 6th Round 3
2012–13 NB I 5th Quarter-finals
Season Division Pos. Magyar kupa
2013–14 NB I 5th Quarter-finals
2014–15 NB I 6th Round 4
2015–16 NB I 6th Fourth place
2016–17 NB I 6th Round 4
2017–18 NB I 8th Round 4
2018–19 NB I 7th Round 4
2019–20 NB I Cancelled Round 4
2020–21 NB I

In European competition[edit]

Alba Fehérvár score listed first. As of 21 November 2020.[7]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
1999–00 City Cup Round of 32 Portugal Club Sports da Madeira 41–17 26–15 67–32
Round of 16 Denmark Randers 23–20 19–28 42–48
2000–01 EHF Cup Second round Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Radnički Beograd 26–20 24–28 50–48
Third round Denmark Skovbakken 27–17 23–28 50–45
Fourth round Slovakia Slovan Duslo Šaľa 27–27 23–31 50–58
2001–02 EHF Cup Second round Cyprus Anorthosis Famagusta 42–14 39–18 81–32
Third round Denmark Ikast 29–26 20–43 49–69
2002–03 EHF Cup Third round Austria Wiener Neustadt 25–20 27–28 52–48
Fourth round Romania Rapid București 29–25 27–31 56–55
Quarter-finals France Dijon 34–24 25–27 59–51
Semi-finals Hungary Dunaújváros 23–22 28–33 51–55
2003–04 EHF Cup Second round Austria Wiener Neustadt 31–26 22–28 53–54
2004–05 EHF Cup
Winner
Second round Romania Cetate Deva 36–24 27–30 63–54
Third round Germany Frankfurt 27–23 25–26 52–49
Round of 16 Norway Byåsen 25–22 27–28 52–50
Quarter-finals Denmark Horsens 32–26 29–32 61–58
Semi-finals Hungary Ferencváros 30–31 31–29 61–60
Finals Hungary Győr 28–19 21–27 49–46
2005–06 EHF Cup Third round Austria Atzgersdorf 37–15 33–19 70–34
Round of 16 Serbia and Montenegro Radnički Beograd 36–19 31–21 67–40
Quarter-finals Croatia Podravka Koprivnica 26–28 24–26 50–54
2006–07 Cup Winners' Cup Second round Iceland Haukar Hafnarfjörður 22–22 31–26 53–48
Third round Romania Râmnicu Vâlcea 25–25 23–40 48–65
2007–08 EHF Cup Second round Belgium Fémina Visé 37–17 28–21 65–38
Third round Denmark Aalborg 30–26 26–28 56–54
Round of 16 Spain Itxako Navarra 26–26 21–27 47–53
2008–09 EHF Cup Second round Belarus HPC Arkatron 37–19 35–15 72–34
Third round Greece Ormi Patras 33–28 27–27 60–55
Round of 16 Romania Braşov 33–33 27–36 60–69
2009–10 EHF Cup Second round Turkey İzmir 29–26 25–22 54–48
Third round Poland Lublin 27–24 20–28 47–52
2011–12 Cup Winners' Cup Second round Iceland Fram Reykjavik 29–26 31–22 60–48
Third round TurkeyÜsküdar Bld. SK 35–23 27–31 62–54
Round of 16 Serbia Zaječar 24–20 17–24 41–44
2013–14 EHF Cup Third round Iceland Fram Reykjavik 36–22 20–34 70–42
Round of 16 Hungary Vác 22–19 24–25 46–44
Quarter-finals Romania Cluj-Napoca 24–21 28–21 52–42
Semi-finals Denmark Team Esbjerg 26–27 25–24 51–51 (a)
2016–17 EHF Cup First qualifying round Poland Vistal Gdynia 28–17 27–17 55–34
Second qualifying round Romania HCM Roman 28–24 27–25 55–49
Third qualifying round Slovakia IUVENTA Michalovce 27–19 28–23 55–42
Group stage
(Group B)
Germany Leipzig 29–27 34–21 3rd
Russia Kuban Krasnodar 24–31 26–31
France Brest Bretagne 25–25 21–21
2020–21 EHF European League
Qual. Round 2 Switzerland LC Brühl (wo)
Qual. Round 3 Norway Storhamar HE (wo)

Notable players[edit]

Goalkeepers

Right wings

Right backs

Line players

Central backs

Left backs

Left wings

Coaches[edit]

References[edit]

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  17. ^ B, CS (February 2022). "Női kézi NB I: a régi-új edző irányít Fehérváron – NSO". www.nemzetisport.hu (in Hungarian). Retrieved 2022-02-01.
  18. ^ "Női kézi NB I: horvát vezetőedző az Alba Fehérvár kispadján – NSO". NSO.hu (in Hungarian). 2021-07-21. Retrieved 2021-07-21.
  19. ^ "Alba Fehérvár KC". www.albakezi.hu. Retrieved 2023-04-06.
  20. ^ "Távozott a Fehérvár vezetőedzője". ORIGO (in Hungarian). 2024-06-14. Retrieved 2024-06-15.

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