KIF Kolding

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KIF Kolding København
Full name KIF Håndbold Elite A/S
Founded 14 March 1941; 76 years ago (1941-03-14)
Arena Sydbank Arena & TRE-FOR Arena Brøndby
Capacity 5,100 & 4,400
President Jens Boesen
Head coach Spain Antonio Carlos Ortega
League 888ligaen
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KIF Kolding Copenhagen (Danish: KIF Kolding København) is a handball club based in Kolding, Denmark. Currently, the men's team KIF Kolding competes in the Danish Handball League. The women's team KIF Vejen competes in the Danish Women's Handball League.

History[edit]

KIF Kolding[edit]

In 2010, KIF Vejen reached the final of the EHF Women's Cup Winners' Cup, this being the biggest performance from the history of the women's club. In the summer of 2011 was the first team of women moved to the independent club Vejen EH

In the summer of 2012 was KIF's first team for men to the independent club KIF Kolding Copenhagen. KIF Handball has therefore only youth and junior teams left .

KIF Kolding København[edit]

Separate article: KIF Kolding København

KIF Kolding Copenhagen is a Danish handball Club who play in Kolding and Copenhagen. The team was formed in August 2012 after AG Copenhagen bankrupt. The current KIF Kolding was the basis for a new major initiative in Danish handball with the addition of some of the players who had previously played in AGK, as well as financial support from some of AGK's sponsors. Team's official name is KIF Kolding, but the club KIF Kolding, which owns the license team plays on, want to use KIF Kolding Copenhagen. On March 9, 2014 the team won its first title, namely DHF Country Cup 2013, with the finals on 28-24 of Bjerringbro-Silkeborg [1]

Accomplishments Men[edit]

  • National Championship of Denmark: 14
    •  Gold:1987, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1994, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2014, 2015
  • National Cup of Denmark: 7
    •  Gold:1990, 1994, 1999, 2002, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2013

Team[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Squad for the 2016-17 season[2]

Technical staff[edit]

Staff for the 2016-17 season

Transfers[edit]

Transfers for the 2017-18 season[3]

European Handball[edit]

EHF Champions League[edit]

Season Round Club Home Away Aggregate Comment
2004-05 Group Switzerland Pfadi Winterthur 38-29 28-38 76-57 -
Group Bosnia and Herzegovina RK Izvidac Ljubuski 38-29 37-36 74-65 -
Group Spain BM Ciudad Real 31-36 36-35 66-72 -
1/8 Final France Montpellier HB 38-29 36-25 63-65 -
2003-04 Group Serbia and Montenegro RK Partizan 42-26 31-30 72-57 -
Group Turkey ASKI Ankara 37-27 27-27 64-54 -
Group Slovenia Prule 67 Ljubljana 42-31 31-25 67-62 -
1/8 Final Germany SG Flensburg-Handewitt 20-33 34-29 49-67 -
2002-03 Group Ukraine Shakhtyor Akademi Donetsk 33-23 22-30 63-45 -
Group Italy Generali Pallam. Trieste 30-22 32-31 61-54 -
Group Spain Portland San Antonio 24-21 32-30 54-53 -
1/4 Final Hungary Fotex Veszprém SE 31-27 36-26 57-63 -
2001-02 Round 2 Ukraine ZTR Zaporozhye 33-27 23-25 58-50 -
Group Portugal Sporing C. P. Lisboa 33-22 24-23 56-46 -
Group Spain Portland San Antonio 27-26 28-28 55-54 -
Group Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Lovcen Osiguranje Cetinje 20-18 23-28 48-41 -
1/4 Finals Sweden Redbergslids IK 30-27 31-30 60-58 -
1/2 Finals Germany SC Magdeburg 25-28 29-19 44-57 -
1994-95 Group Croatia Badel Zagreb 31-36 23-22 53-59 -
Group Hungary Fotex Veszprém SE 25-26 28-16 41-54 -
Group Spain Caja Cantabria Santander 26-25 25-20 45-51 -
1/8 Finals Lithuania Granitas Kaunas 32-22 27-22 54-49 -
1/16 Finals Iceland Valur Reykjavik 27-27 22-26 53-49 -
1993-94 1/16 Finals Norway Sandefjord HK 25-25 31-23 48-54 -

EHF Cup[edit]

Season Round Club Home Away Aggregate Comment
2012-13 Round 1 United Kingdom London GD Handball Club 42-16 16-46 88-32 -
Round 2 Montenegro HC Lovcen 34-17 31-32 66-48 -
Round 3 Russia Premskie Medvedi 41-24 30-27 68-54 -
Group Germany Rhein-Neckar Löwen 25-23 28-25 50-51 -
Group Slovakia TATRAN Presov 37-17 29-22 59-46 -
Group Ukraine HC Motor Zaporozhye 25-27 21-24 49-48 -
1/4 Finals Denmark Team Tvis Holstebro 24-24 27-26 50-51 -
1995-96 1/16 Finals France US d'Ivry Handball 26-24 23-24 50-47 -
1/8 Finals Germany SG Flensburg-Handewitt 19-26 25-23 42-51 -

EHF Cup Winners' Cup[edit]

Season Round Club Home Away Aggregate Comment
2008-09 Round 2 Croatia RK "Perutnina Pipo IPC" 37-22 24-34 71-46 -
Round 3 Serbia RK Partizan 41-27 31-35 76-58 -
1/8 Final Switzerland ZMC Amicitia Zürich 30-30 33-32 62-63 -
2007-08 Round 2 Montenegro HC "Berane 37-23 28-47 84-51 -
Round 3 Ukraine HC "Bydivelnik Brovary" 35-24 22-23 57-47 -
1/8 Final Bosnia and Herzegovina HC Bosna Lido Osiguranje Sarajevo 37-26 27-25 62-53 -
1/4 Final Hungary MKB Veszprém KC 29-31 31-27 56-62 -
1999-00 1/16 Finals Ukraine Lukoil-Dynamo Astrakhan 25-21 20-24 49-41 -
1/8 Finals Sweden Redbergslids IK 26-15 23-25 51-38 -
1/4 Finals Italy Generali Trieste 24-19 26-22 48-45 -
1/2 Finals Hungary Dunaferr Sportegyesület 19-22 28-22 41-50 -

Champions Trophy[edit]

Season Round Club Home Away Aggregate Comment
1996-97 Finals Spain FC Barcelona - 37-26 - -
Finals Denmark Virum Sorgenfri - 34-36 - -

City Cup[edit]

Season Round Club Home Away Aggregate Comment
1997-98 1/16 Finals Russia Dynamo Astrakhan 25-22 26-20 45-48 -
1996-97 1/16 Finals Croatia Zadar Fortan 30-17 17-23 53-34 -
1/8 Finals Luxembourg Red Boys Differdange 30-20 17-26 56-37 -
1/4 Finals Sweden IFK Skövde 20-18 22-21 41-40 -
1/2 Finals Norway Drammen HK 31-26 25-23 54-51 -
Finals Germany TuS Nettelstedt e. V. 23-27 32-19 42-59 -

Notable former players[edit]

Men

Kim Andersson

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kolding København vinder Final-4 (Danish
  2. ^ "The team 2014/2015" (in Danish). KIF Kolding København Handball official website. Retrieved 13 March 2015. 
  3. ^ "Transferlist Boxer Ligaen" (in Danish). HBOLD.DK. Retrieved 24 March 2015. 

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