MVM Veszprém KC

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MVM Veszprém
Full name MVM Veszprém Kézilabda Club
Short name Veszprém
Founded 1977
Arena Veszprém Aréna, Veszprém
Capacity 5,096 seats
President Károly Fonyó
Head coach Xavier Sabate
League Nemzeti Bajnokság I
2014–15 1st
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Kézilabda Club Veszprém is a Hungarian handball club from Veszprém, which plays in the Nemzeti Bajnokság I and the EHF Champions League. One of the most successful teams in the country, Veszprém won the Hungarian Championship a record 22 times and took the Hungarian Cup title an unprecedented 23 occasions. They are one of the three Hungarian clubs that have ever won a major European trophy, most recently in 2008, when they overcame Rhein-Neckar Löwen and were crowned as the EHF Cup Winner's Cup champions.[1] Since 2005 the team is known as MKB Veszprém KC, and since 2013, the team's name is MKB-MVM Veszprém KC, due to sponsorship reasons.

The main sponsors of the club were the MKB Bank and the MVM Group. In the summer of 2015, the MKB Bank decided to quit sponsoring after a 10 years interval. Their main focus is now on the younger teams, and so the main sponsor. Currently the main sponsor is the MVM Group.

Crest, colours, supporters[edit]

MKB Veszprém (2013)

Kit manufacturers and Shirt sponsor[edit]

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

Period Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
Puma
2006–2007 MKB Bank / T-Mobile
2007–2010 Jako
2010–2012 adidas
2012–2013 MKB Bank / T-Mobile / Veszprém
2013–2015 MKB Bank / MVM / Veszprém
2015– Balaton / Veszprém

Accomplishments[edit]

  • Nemzeti Bajnokság I (22):
    • Gold: 1985, 1986, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
    • Silver: 1981, 1983, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1996, 2000, 2007
    • Bronze: 1982, 1984
  • Magyar Kupa (23):
    • Gold: 1984, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

Team[edit]

Current squad[edit]

No. Nationality Name Date of birth Height Weight
Goalkeepers
12 Hungary Ádám Borbély 22-06-1995 1.97 m 122 kg
16 Hungary Roland Mikler 20-09-1984 1.90 m 102 kg
32 Croatia Mirko Alilović 15-09-1985 2.00 m 110 kg
Left wingers
4 Hungary Gergő Iváncsik 30-11-1981 1.90 m 87 kg
23 Spain Cristian Ugalde 19-10-1987 1.87 m 80 kg
Left Back players
13 Serbia Momir Ilić 22-12-1981 2.00 m 104 kg
30 Bosnia and Herzegovina Mirsad Terzić 12-07-1983 1.96 m 103 kg
91 Croatia Ivan Slišković 23-10-1991 1.98 m 96 kg
Middle Back players
14 Iceland Aron Pálmarsson 19-07-1990 1.93 m 96 kg
25 Spain Chema Rodríguez 05-01-1980 1.85 m 91 kg
66 Hungary Máté Lékai 16-06-1988 1.90 m 89 kg
Line players
33 Croatia Renato Sulić 10-10-1979 1.92 m 105 kg
5 Hungary Timuzsin Schuch 05-06-1985 1.96 m 98 kg
2 Sweden Andreas Nilsson 12.04.1990 1.96 m 117 kg
Right Back players
19 Hungary László Nagy 03.03.1981 2.09 m 116 kg
20 Germany Christian Zeitz 18.11.1980 1.86 m 103 kg
Right wingers
24 Slovenia Gašper Marguč 20.08.1990 1.84 m 82 kg
3 Hungary Péter Gulyás 04.03.1984 2.00 m 97 kg

Staff members[edit]

  • Spain Head Coach: Xavier Sabate
  • Spain Assistant Coach: -
  • Hungary Club Doctor: Tibor Sydó, MD
  • Hungary Club Doctor: Zsolt Mahunka, MD
  • Hungary Masseur: József Végh
  • Hungary Physiotherapist: Judit G. Noé

Selected former players[edit]

Selected former coaches[edit]

Recent seasons[edit]

Season Division Pos. Cup Europe
1993-94 NB I Champion Winner CL 1/8 final
1994-95 NB I Champion Winner CL Group stage
1995-96 NB I Runner-up Winner CL Group stage
1996-97 NB I Champion Runner-up CWC Runners-up
1997-98 NB I Champion Winner CL Quarter-final
1998-99 NB I Champion Winner CL Quarter-final
1999-00 NB I Runner-up Winner CL Quarter-final
2000-01 NB I Champion Runner-up CWC Quarter-final
2001-02 NB I Champion Winner CL Runners-up
2002-03 NB I Champion Winner CL Semi-final
Season Division Pos. Cup Europe
2003-04 NB I Champion Winner CL Quarter-final
2004-05 NB I Champion Winner CL Quarter-final
2005-06 NB I Champion Runner-up CL Semi-final
2006-07 NB I Runner-up Winner CL Quarter-final
2007-08 NB I Champion Runner-up CWC Winner
2008-09 NB I Champion Winner CL Quarter-final
2009-10 NB I Champion Winner CL Quarter-final
2010-11 NB I Champion Winner CL Last 16
2011-12 NB I Champion Winner CL Last 16
2012-13 NB I Champion Winner CL Quarter-final
Season Division Pos. Cup Europe
2013-14 NB I Champion Winner CL Fourth place
2014-15 NB I Champion Winner CL Runner-up
2015-16 NB I CL

In European competition[edit]

R1: Round 1 / R2: Round 2 / R3: Round 3 / R4: Round 4
1/16: Round of 32 / GP, GM, CL: Group Phase / L16, 1/8: Last 16 / MR: Main Round / QF, 1/4: Quarter Final / SF, 1/2: Semi Final / 3rd: Bronze match / F: Final

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2007/08 Men's Cup Winners' Cup Final". European Handball Federation. Retrieved 28 January 2011. 

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