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Győri Audi ETO KC
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Full name Győri Egyetértés Torna Osztály Kézilabda Club
Short name Győr
Founded 1948
Arena Audi Arena Győr, Győr
Capacity 5,500 seats
President Ernő Kelecsényi
Head coach Ambros Martín
League Nemzeti Bajnokság I
2015–16 Nemzeti Bajnokság I, 1st
Colours
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Home
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Website
Official site

Győri ETO KC (Hungarian: Győri Egyetértés Torna Osztály Kézilabda Club, lit. Concordance Gymnastics Department of Győr Handball Club) is a Hungarian women's handball club from Győr. Since they are sponsored by Audi, the official name for the team is Győri Audi ETO KC.

On domestic level ETO won 11 Hungarian Championship title, including seven in a row between 2008 and 2014. They are also a ten-time Hungarian Cup winners, having won all their finals since 2005.

Győr won the Champions League in 2013 and in 2014 and reached the final in 2009, 2012 and 2016 .[1][2] In addition, Győr reached the final of the EHF Cup Winners' Cup in 2006.

History[edit]

The ETO was founded in 1904, but the women's handball section wasn't created until 1948. In 1957 they won the Hungarian Championship for the first time. However, their most successful period started in 2005 when Győri ETO won the Hungarian Championship and the Hungarian Cup, and reached the final of the EHF Cup. In 2006 they participated again in a European final, for the Cup Winners' Cup. In 2007 and 2008 they reached the semifinals of the Champions League.

In 2009 Győri ETO reached the final of the Champions League, meeting Danish champion Viborg HK. Due to a knee injury suffered days before the first leg, captain Anita Görbicz couldn't take part in the finals.[3] Győr won the first match away 26–24[4] but was defeated at Veszprém Aréna 23–26, thus losing the title on aggregate score.

In 2012 the team made it to the EHF Champions League finals again, where they fell short to ŽRK Budućnost Podgorica on the away goals rule. ETO won the first leg on home soil to 29–27, while their Montenegrin opponent achieved a 27–25 victory in the rematch which was just enough for them to gain the title.[2]

The club has gone through several name changes during its existence, including Győri Vasas, Győri Vasas ETO, Győri Keksz ETO, Győri Graboplast ETO and since 2005 Győri Audi ETO.[1]

Crest, colours, supporters[edit]

2011 Szabella European Super Cup winning team

Kit manufacturers and Shirt sponsor[edit]

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

Period Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
adidas
2004–2006 graboplast / e·on
2006–2010 Audi / e·on
2010 Erima Audi
2011 Audi / Digi
2011–2012 adidas
2012–2013 Audi
2013–2015 Audi / MVM
2015 Audi / Győr
2016– Audi / Győr / Szerencsejáték Zrt.

Arena[edit]

  • Name: Audi Aréna Győr
  • City: Győr, Hungary
  • Capacity: 5,500 spectators
  • Address: H-9027 Győr, Kiskút liget 4,

Team[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Squad for the 2016-17 season

Transfers[edit]

Transfers for the 2016-17 season

Staff members[edit]

  • Hungary Chairman: Ernő Kelecsényi
  • Hungary Club Manager: Gyula Lencse
  • Hungary International Relations: Tamás Szabó
  • Hungary Technical Director: Péter Molnár
  • Spain Head Coach: Ambros Martín
  • Hungary Assistant Coach: Gábor Danyi
  • Hungary Physiotherapist: Zsolt Cseh
  • Hungary Club Doctor: Péter Balogh, MD
  • Hungary Club Doctor: László Szálasy, MD

Notable players[edit]

Notable coaches[edit]

Honours[edit]

Domestic competitions[edit]

Nemzeti Bajnokság I (National Championship of Hungary)

Magyar Kupa (National Cup of Hungary)

  • Gold medal with cup.svg Winners (12): 2004–05, 2005–06, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2010–11, 2011–12, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15, 2015–16
  • Silver medal with cup.svg Finalist (3): 1999–00, 2001–02, 2003–04

Szuperkupa (Super Cup of Hungary); Championship vs. Cup winner

  • Gold medal with cup.svg Winners (2): 2014 (Ch.), 2015 (C.)

European competitions[edit]

Recent seasons[edit]

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

In European competition[edit]

Source: kézitörténelem.hu

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
1995-96 City Cup 1/8-finals Switzerland ZMC Amicitia Zürich 33-13 33-13 66–26
1/4-finals Romania Silcotub Zalău 21-18 17-29 38–47
1996-97 City Cup 1/16-finals Belarus Druts Beliniche 36-12 32-18 68–30
1/8-finals Slovakia ZVT Banská Bystrica 33-26 28-29 61–54
1/4-finals Germany Frankfurter HC 29-23 18-26 47–49
1998-99 EHF Cup
Silver medal blank.svg Finalist
1/8-finals Belgium Juventus Melveren 36-10 41-16 77–26
1/4-finals Spain CB Elda Prestigio 29-19 29-21 58–42
1/2-finals Poland GKS Piotrkovia 30-21 28-29 58–50
Finals Denmark Viborg HK 24-21 21-28 45–49
1999-00 Cup Winners' Cup 1/16-finals Bosnia and Herzegovina Željezničar Hadžići 48-12 33-13 81–25
1/8-finals Spain Milar L'Eliana Valencia 27-23 21-29 48–52
2000-01 Champions League Round 2 Poland MKS Montex Lublin 23-19 22-25 55–54
Group Matches
(Group D)
Spain Milar L'Eliana Valencia 23–25 25–29 4th
Slovenia RK Krim Neutro Roberts 27–27 21–21
Ukraine Spartak Kyiv 32–27 28–39
2001-02 EHF Cup
Silver medal blank.svg Finalist
Round 3 Denmark Fox Team Nord Frederikshavn 34-22 20-24 54–46
Round 4 Greece GAS Anagennisi Artas 33-21 25-28 58–49
1/4-finals Norway Gjøvik og Vardal HK 38-24 32-37 70–61
1/2-finals Norway Bækkelagets SK 31-23 22-27 53–50
Finals Denmark Ikast Bording EH 30-25 23-36 53–61
2002-03 Cup Winners' Cup Round 3 Bosnia and Herzegovina ŽRK Željezničar-Sarabon 41-26 33-25 74–46
Round 4 Russia Rostov-Don 25-17 22-26 47–43
1/4 Final Romania A.S. Silcotub Zalău 29-26 22-24 51–50
1/2 Final France E.S.B.F. Besançon 27-26 18-30 45–56
2003-04 EHF Cup
Silver medal blank.svg Finalist
Round 3 Romania CS Oltchim Vâlcea 29-26 25-21 54–47
1/8 Final Spain S.D. Itxako Estella 33-22 26-30 59–52
1/4 Final Denmark GOG Gudme 29-23 26-28 55–51
1/2 Final Norway Våg HK 29-20 26-29 55–49
Final Denmark Viborg HK A/S 27-27 21-37 48–64
2004-05 Champions League Qual. Round 2 Ukraine HC Motor Zaporozhye 29-27 28-31 57–58 ↓ EHF
2004-05 EHF Cup
Silver medal blank.svg Finalist
Round 3 Poland SPR Lublin 33-25 23-28 56–53
1/8 Final Norway Våg Vipers HK 33-25 38-28 71–53
1/4 Final Romania C.S. Silcotub Zalău 35-22 30-31 65–53
1/2 Final Germany HC Leipzig 43-31 27-33 70–64
Final Hungary Cornexi Alcoa 27-21 19-28 46–49
2005-06 Champions League Group Matches
(Group D)
Russia Dinamo Volgograd 25–23 21–19 3rd
CWC
Republic of Macedonia Kometal GJ. Petrov Skopje 26–28 22–32
Denmark Aalborg DH 31–29 29–38
2005-06 Cup Winners' Cup
Silver medal blank.svg Finalist
1/4 Final France E.S.B.F. Besançon 34-24 30-33 64–57
1/2 Final Norway Larvik HK 33-28 22-23 55–51
Final Serbia and Montenegro ŽRK Budućnost MONET 23-26 25-25 48–51
2006-07 Champions League Group Matches
(Group B)
Russia HC Lada Togliatti 39–28 29–31 2nd
Montenegro ŽRK Budućnost 28–20 31–25
Norway Byåsen HB Elite Trondheim 33–27 29–30
1/4 Final Norway Larvik HK 28-22 27-23 55–45
1/2 Final Denmark Slagelse DT 22-30 25-31 47–61
2007-08 Champions League Qual. Tournament 2
(Group 1)
France HB Metz Moselle Lorraine 30-27 1st
Slovakia IUVENTA Michalovce 42-27
Iceland UMF Stjarnan 33-20
Group Matches
(Group A)
Denmark Slagelse DT 24–17 24–20 1st
Spain Cem. la Unión-Ribarroja 32–24 31–28
Croatia RK Podravka Koprivnica 34–29 40–33
Main Round
(Group 1)
Romania C.S. Oltchim Rm. Vâlcea 30–27 27–32 1st
Germany 1. FC Nürnberg 30–25 36–25
Russia HC Lada Togliatti 28–22 33–34
1/2 Final Russia Zvezda Zvenigorod 21-27 25-23 46–50
2008-09 Champions League
Silver medal blank.svg Finalist
Group Matches
(Group A)
Russia Zvezda Zvenigorod 29–23 29–28 1st
Republic of Macedonia Kometal Gjorče Petrov 35–20 24–21
Denmark Ikast-Brande EH 25–27 27–26
Main Round
(Group 2)
Romania C.S. Oltchim Rm. Vâlcea 30–28 26–28 1st
Montenegro Budućnost T-Mobile 31–27 26–26
Slovenia RK Krim Mercator 34–33 35–31
1/2 Final Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 29-21 25-26 54–47
Final Denmark Viborg HK 23-26 26-24 49–50
2009-10 Champions League Group Matches
(Group C)
Romania C.S. Oltchim Rm. Vâlcea 26–22 22–26 2nd
Spain S.D. Itxako 29–28 20–14
Russia Zvezda Zvenigorod 27–25 29–34
Main Round
(Group 1)
Slovenia RK Krim Mercator 25–23 24–24 2nd
Norway Larvik HK 28–23 27–29
Germany HC Leipzig 30–19 23–21
1/2 Final Romania C.S. Oltchim Rm. Vâlcea 25-25 20-24 45–49
2010-11 Champions League Group Matches
(Group D)
Slovenia RK Krim Mercator 26–21 34–30 1st
Croatia RK Podravka Koprivnica 27–25 35–24
Russia Zvezda Zvenigorod 33–22 28–31
Main Round
(Group 2)
Norway Larvik HK 18–24 25–16 1st
Russia Dinamo Volgograd 36–23 26–24
Germany HC Leipzig 25–20 29–24
Semi Finals Spain Itxako Reyno de Navarra 24-24 21-26 45–50
2011-12 Champions League
Silver medal blank.svg Finalist
Group Matches
(Group C)
Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 37–29 27–29 1st
France Metz Handball 28–23 33–24
Denmark Randers HK 35–20 23–29
Main Round
(Group 1)
Norway Larvik HK 31–22 25–32 1st
Denmark FC Midtjylland 35–27 29–24
Spain Grupo Asfi Itxako Navarra 25–25 28–26
Semi Finals Romania C.S. Oltchim Rm. Vâlcea 31-23 31-35 62–58
Finals Montenegro Budućnost (a) 29-27 25-27 54–54
2012-13 Champions League
Gold medal blank.svg Winner
Group Matches
(Group B)
Slovenia RK Krim Mercator 29–22 31–20 1st
Croatia RK Podravka Koprivnica 24–19 29–22
Romania U Jolidon Cluj 37–26 30–25
Main Round
(Group 1)
Norway Larvik HK 30–24 24–18 1st
Denmark Randers HK 32–24 25–18
Montenegro Budućnost 27–17 22–21
Semi Finals Romania Oltchim Rm. Vâlcea 24-25 24-22 48–47
Finals Norway Larvik HK 23-22 24-21 47–43
2013-14 Champions League
Gold medal blank.svg Winner
Group Matches
(Group A)
Germany Thüringer HC 29–22 33–25 1st
Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 41–22 28–27
Romania HCM Baia Mare 28–26 33–21
Main Round
(Group 2)
Slovenia RK Krim Mercator 27–24 24–22 1st
Montenegro Budućnost 23–23 26–26
Norway Larvik HK 31–29 29–23
Semi Final (F4) Denmark FC Midtjylland 29–26
Final (F4) Montenegro Budućnost 27–21
2014-15 Champions League Group Matches
(Group C)
Denmark Viborg HK A/S 22–20 30–25 1st
Croatia RK Lokomotiva Zagreb 32–23 26–15
Sweden IK Sävehof 35–23 38–21
Main Round
(Group 2)
Norway Larvik HK 25–26 19–21 2nd
France Metz Handball 31–27 20–27
Romania HCM Baia Mare 29–23 26–18
Quarter Final Republic of Macedonia ŽRK Vardar SCBT 27-27 18-24 45–51
2015-16 Champions League
Silver medal blank.svg Finalist
Qual. Tournament / SF Serbia ŽRK Radnički Kragujevac 42-13
Qual. Tournament / F Norway Glassverket 30-21
Group Matches
(Group C)
Denmark FC Midtjylland 21–26 22–22 1st
Republic of Macedonia ŽRK Vardar 28–27 27–22
Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 37–16 29–21
Main Round
(Group 2)
Montenegro Budućnost 22–20 22–25 2nd
Romania CSM București 28–22 24–22
Sweden IK Sävehof 32–26 26–18
Quarter Final Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungária 40-23 31-18 71–41
Semi Final (F4) Montenegro Budućnost 21–20
Final (F4) Romania CSM București 25–25 (1-4 p)
2016-17 Champions League Group Matches
(Group C)
Romania CSM București
Denmark FC Midtjylland
Russia Rostov-Don

Records[edit]

Last updated on 13 June 2012

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Györi AUDI ETO KC". European Handball Federation. Retrieved 2009-01-06. 
  2. ^ a b "Buducnost win EHF Women's Champions League 2011/12". European Handball Federation. 13 May 2012. Retrieved 14 May 2012. 
  3. ^ "Görbicz injured". Eurohandball.com. European Handball Federation. 6 May 2009. Retrieved 2009-05-16. 
  4. ^ Bruun, Peter (9 May 2009). "Győr win goalkeepers' duel". European Handball Federation. Retrieved 2009-05-16. 
  5. ^ "Magyar bajnokság NB1 - női" (in Hungarian). kezitortenelem.hu. 
  6. ^ "Magyar bajnokság NB1B - női" (in Hungarian). kezitortenelem.hu. 
  7. ^ "Magyar bajnokság NB2 - női (1957-1980)" (in Hungarian). kezitortenelem.hu. 

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