Herning-Ikast Håndbold

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Herning-Ikast Håndbold
Full nameHerning-Ikast Håndbold
Founded20 June 1970
ArenaIBF Arena
Capacity2,550
PresidentJakob Mølgaard Christensen
Head coachMathias Madsen
CaptainStine Skogrand
LeagueHTH Ligaen
2018-192nd
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Home
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Website
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Herning-Ikast Håndbold is a Danish women's handball club based in Ikast. They have competed in Damehåndboldligaen, Denmark's primary handball league, since 1991.

History[edit]

The club was founded as Ikast FS Håndboldafdeling on 20 June 1970 as a merger of the handball departments of Ikast DUI and Ikast Skytte Gymnastik Forening. Their breakthrough came in 1991 when they won the Danish Cup and reached the top division, Dame Håndbold Ligaen. They saw success again in 1998 as they won their first and only Danish Championship gold.

At the beginning of November 2008, it was announced that the professional division of Ikast-Brande EH had been taken over by football club FC Midtjylland.[1][2] As a result, the team changed their name to FC Midtjylland Håndbold and switched colors from blue and yellow to red and black. In November 2017, it was announced that FC Midtjylland had sold off the handball team to a group of investors. From the 2018–19 season, they will be renamed Herning Ikast Håndbold.[3]

Name[edit]

  • 1997–1999: Ikast FS Elitehåndbold
  • 1999–2008: Ikast-Bording Elitehåndbold
  • 2008–2009: Ikast-Brande Elite Håndbold
  • 2009–2018: FC Midtjylland Håndbold
  • 2018–: Herning-Ikast Håndbold

Team[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Squad for the 2019-20 season

Retired numbers[edit]

FC Midtjylland Håndbold
No. Player Position Tenure
3 Denmark Tonje Kjærgaard Line player 1992-2004

Transfers[edit]

Transfers for the 2019-20 season

Technical staff[edit]

Staff for the 2019-20 season
  • Denmark Head coach: Mathias Madsen
  • Denmark Assistant Coach: Anders Friis
  • Denmark Team Leader: Pernille Mosegaard
  • Denmark Team Leader: Annelie Mortensen
  • Denmark Physiotherapist: Mads Skautrup Jacobsen
  • Denmark Physiotherapist: Christian Poulsen

Notable former players[edit]

ALPI Legends[edit]

In November 2017, FC Midtjylland Håndbold introduced the ALPI Legends, an award presented annually to players, coaches and staffers who have meant something special to FC Midtjylland Håndbold through the time.[4]

Stadium[edit]

  • Name: IBF Arena
  • City: Ikast
  • Capacity: 2,550 seats, 300 standing
  • Address: Stadion Alle 2b

Results[edit]

European record[edit]

EHF Champions League[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
2013–14 EHF Champions League Group stage
(Group B)
Montenegro ŽRK Budućnost 21–19 15–22 1st place
Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria 32–23 26–25
Poland SPR Lublin SSA 37–26 22–15
Main round
(Group 1)
North Macedonia ŽRK Vardar 24–28 22–24 4th place
Germany Thüringer HC 25–24 23–24
Sweden IK Sävehof 25–24 29–29
Semifinal Hungary Győri ETO 26–29
Third-place playoff North Macedonia ŽRK Vardar 31–34
2015–16 EHF Champions League Group stage
(Group C)
Hungary Győri ETO 22–22 26–21 3rd place
North Macedonia ŽRK Vardar 15–25 24–33
Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 33–21 33–27
Main round
(Group 2)
Montenegro ŽRK Budućnost 18–28 21–27 5th place
Romania CSM București 23–28 22–24
Sweden IK Sävehof 25–21 24–32
2016–17 EHF Champions League Group stage
(Group C)
Hungary Győri ETO 27–23 19–31 3rd place
Romania CSM București 24–21 20–26
Russia Rostov-Don 25–23 20–26
Main round
(Group 2)
Norway Larvik HK 24–28 22–24 4th place
Slovenia RK Krim 28–19 27–21
Denmark Team Esbjerg 38–26 21–22
Quarterfinals North Macedonia ŽRK Vardar 26–28 24–26 50–54
2017–18 EHF Champions League Group stage
(Group B)
Hungary Győri ETO 24–27 16–27 3rd place
Russia Rostov-Don 24–21 20-27
France Brest Bretagne Handball 27–23 23–22
Main round
(Group 1)
Romania CSM București 26–31 24–29 4th place
Denmark Nykøbing Falster Håndboldklub 24–20 21–21
Slovenia RK Krim 24–24 23–24
Quarterfinals North Macedonia ŽRK Vardar 23–24 25–32 48–56

EHF Cup Winners' Cup[edit]

Season Competition Round Club 1st leg 2nd leg Aggregate
2014–15 EHF Cup Winners' Cup Round 3 Russia HC Kuban Krasnodar 34–23 31–17 65–40
Round of 16 Romania HCM Roman 24–20 29–21 53–41
Quarterfinals Poland SPR Lublin SSA 35–25 30–18 65–43
Semifinals Hungary FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria 30–23 31–29 61–52
Finals France Fleury Loiret 22–23 24–19 46–42

EHF Cup[edit]

Season Competition Round Club 1st leg 2nd leg Aggregate
2010–11 EHF Cup Round of 32 Serbia HC Naisa 31–23 31–26 62–49
Round of 16 France Le Havre 28–14 24–23 52–37
Quarterfinals Denmark Team Esbjerg 27–21 24–29 51–50
Semifinals Germany VfL Oldenburg 27–19 25–29 52–48
Final Denmark Team Tvis Holstebro 24–26 28–21 52–47
2012–13 EHF Cup Second qualifying round Spain BM Alcobendas 37–14 37–18 74–32
Round of 16 Slovenia RK Zagorje 31–28 28–22 59–50
Quarterfinals Russia HC Kuban Krasnodar 39–21 26–22 65–43
Semifinals Denmark Team Tvis Holstebro 22–29 24–18 46–47
2018–19 EHF Cup Round 3 Romania SCM Râmnicu Vâlcea 22–16 21–19 43–34
Group B Sweden IK Sävehof 29–22 33–23 2nd place
Hungary Siófok KC 22–34 21–25
Germany TusSies Metzingen 31–28 28–25
Quarterfinals Croatia RK Podravka Koprivnica 34–26 18–24 52–50
Semifinals Denmark Team Esbjerg 20–23 16–30 36–53
2019–20 EHF Cup Round 2 Belarus HC Gomel 33–21 21–25 54–46
Round 3 Denmark Nykøbing Falster

Kit manufacturers[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Peter Bruun (7 November 2008). "Changes in Ikast". European Handball Federation. Retrieved 30 December 2008.
  2. ^ "Official: FCM buys Ikast-Brande" (in Danish). TV 2 SPORT. 5 November 2008. Retrieved 30 December 2008.
  3. ^ "Dansk storklub er blevet solgt og skifter navn" (in Danish). BT. 7 November 2017. Retrieved 20 November 2017.
  4. ^ "ALPI Legends: Ny pris skal hylde midtjyske håndbold-legender gennem tiderne" (in Danish). FC Midtjylland Håndbold. Retrieved 11 November 2017.
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