Greek Women's Handball Championship

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A1 Ethniki Women's Handball
Sport Handball
Founded 1981
No. of teams 8
Country  Greece
Continent European Union (Europe)
Most recent
champion(s)
OF Nea Ionia (5th title)
Most titles Anagennisi Arta (12 titles)
Relegation to A2 Ethniki
Domestic cup(s) Greek Cup

The Greek women's handball championship known as A1 Ethniki Women's Handball is an annual competition, the most important in Greek women's handball together with the Greek cup. The competition was organised by the Hellenic Handball Federation since 1981. The first winner was Aris Nikaias in 1982. Anagennisi Artas holds the record of cups won with twelve consecutive titles between 1995 and 2006. Ormi Patras was the team that put an end to that domination by winning the title on May 26, 2007. The current title was won by OF Nea Ionia for three consecutive season.[1]

List of champions[edit]

Panhellenic Championship
Season Champion
1982 600px Giallo con Stella Blu.png Aris Nikaias
1983 600px Giallo con Stella Blu.png Aris Nikaias
1984 600px Giallo con Stella Blu.png Aris Nikaias
1985 600px Giallo con Stella Blu.png Aris Nikaias
1986 Giallo e Rosso 2.png Athinaikos
1987 Giallo e Rosso 2.png Athinaikos
1988 600px Azzurro e Bianco (Strisce).png GE Veria
1989 600px Azzurro e Bianco (Strisce).png GE Veria
1990 600px Azzurro e Bianco (Strisce).png GE Veria
1991 600px Azzurro e Bianco (Strisce).png GE Veria
1992 600px Azzurro e Bianco (Strisce).png GE Veria
1993 600px Azzurro e Bianco (Strisce).png GE Veria
A1 Ethniki
Season Champion
1994 600px Bianco e Blu Bordato Doukas.png ASE Douka
1995 600px Nero e Bianco.png Anagennisi Arta
1996 600px Nero e Bianco.png Anagennisi Arta
1997 600px Nero e Bianco.png Anagennisi Arta
1998 600px Nero e Bianco.png Anagennisi Arta
1999 600px Nero e Bianco.png Anagennisi Arta
2000 600px Nero e Bianco.png Anagennisi Arta
2001 600px Nero e Bianco.png Anagennisi Arta
2002 600px Nero e Bianco.png Anagennisi Arta
2003 600px Nero e Bianco.png Anagennisi Arta
2004 600px Nero e Bianco.png Anagennisi Arta
2005 600px Nero e Bianco.png Anagennisi Arta
A1 Ethniki
Season Champion
2006 600px Nero e Bianco.png Anagennisi Arta
2007 Bisection vertical White HEX-FF0000.svg Ormi Patras
2008 Bisection vertical White HEX-FF0000.svg Ormi Patras
2009 Bisection vertical White HEX-FF0000.svg Ormi Patras
2010 Bisection vertical White HEX-FF0000.svg Ormi Patras
2011 Bisection vertical White HEX-FF0000.svg Ormi Patras
2012 Bisection vertical White HEX-FF0000.svg Ormi Patras
2013 600px Bianco con aquila bicefala nera.png PAOK Thessaloniki
2014 Bianco e Blu2.svg OF Nea Ionia
2015 Bianco e Blu2.svg OF Nea Ionia
2016 Bianco e Blu2.svg OF Nea Ionia
2017 Bianco e Blu2.svg OF Nea Ionia
2018 Bianco e Blu2.svg OF Nea Ionia

Titles by team[edit]

Club Titles Seasons
600px Nero e Bianco.png Anagennisi Arta
12
1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004,
2005, 2006
600px Azzurro e Bianco (Strisce).png GE Veria
6
1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993
Bisection vertical White HEX-FF0000.svg Ormi Patras
6
2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Bianco e Blu2.svg OF Nea Ionia
5
2014, 2015, 2016, 2017,2018
600px Giallo con Stella Blu.png Aris Nikaia
4
1982, 1983, 1984, 1985
Giallo e Rosso 2.png Athinaikos
2
1986, 1987
600px Bianco e Blu Bordato Doukas.png ASE Douka
1
1994
600px Bianco con aquila bicefala nera.png PAOK Thessaloniki
1
2013

Titles by city[edit]

8 clubs have won the Greek Women's Hanball Championships, from a total of 6 cities.

City Titles Clubs
Arta
12
600px Nero e Bianco.png Anagennisi Arta (12)
Athens
8
Giallo e Rosso 2.png Athinaikos (2)
Bianco e Blu2.svg OF Nea Ionia (5), 600px Bianco e Blu Bordato Doukas.png ASE Douka (1)
Veria
6
600px Azzurro e Bianco (Strisce).png GE Veria (6)
Patras
6
Bisection vertical White HEX-FF0000.svg Ormi Patras (6)
Piraeus
4
600px Giallo con Stella Blu.png Aris Nikaia (4)
Thessaloniki
1
600px Bianco con aquila bicefala nera.png PAOK Thessaloniki (1)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Πρωταθλήτρια η Νέα Ιωνία". sport24.gr. Retrieved 18 May 2016. 
  • Sportime, Greek sports website,[1]
  • Greek handball federation's official website,[2]

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