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Telekom Veszprém
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Full name Veszprémi Kézilabda Sport Egyesület
Short name Veszprém
Founded 1977
Arena Veszprém Aréna, Veszprém
Capacity 5,096
President Károly Fonyó
Head coach Sweden Ljubomir Vranjes
League Nemzeti Bajnokság I
2016–17 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 23 times and took the Hungarian Cup title an unprecedented 24 occasions. Also they were champions of regional SEHA League in two times. 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 was known as MKB Veszprém KC, and since 2016, the team's name has been Telekom Veszprém, 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 Magyar Telekom.

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

Team[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Squad for the 2017–18 season

Retired numbers[edit]

Transfers[edit]

Transfers for the 2017-18 season


Transfers for the 2018-19 season

Staff members[edit]

Honours[edit]

National competitions[edit]

Nemzeti Bajnokság I (National Championship of Hungary)

Magyar Kupa (National Cup of Hungary)

  • Gold medal with cup.svg Winners (26) – record: 1984, 1988, 1988–89, 1989–90, 1990–91, 1991–92, 1993–94, 1994–95, 1995–96, 1997–98, 1998–99, 1999–00, 2001–02, 2002–03, 2003–04, 2004–05, 2006–07, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2010–11, 2011–12, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15, 2015–16, 2016-2017
  • Silver medal with cup.svg Finalist (9): 1982, 1983 dec., 1986, 1987, 1992–93, 1996–97, 2000–01, 2005–06, 2007–08

European competitions[edit]

Recent seasons[edit]

Season Division Pos. Magyar kupa
1993-94 NB I Champion Gold medal with cup.svg Winner
1994-95 NB I Champion Gold medal with cup.svg Winner
1995-96 NB I Runner-up Gold medal with cup.svg Winner
1996-97 NB I Champion Silver medal with cup.svg Finalist
1997-98 NB I Champion Gold medal with cup.svg Winner
1998-99 NB I Champion Gold medal with cup.svg Winner
1999-00 NB I Runner-up Gold medal with cup.svg Winner
2000-01 NB I Champion Silver medal with cup.svg Finalist
2001-02 NB I Champion Gold medal with cup.svg Winner
2002-03 NB I Champion Gold medal with cup.svg Winner
Season Division Pos. Magyar kupa
2003-04 NB I Champion Gold medal with cup.svg Winner
2004-05 NB I Champion Gold medal with cup.svg Winner
2005-06 NB I Champion Silver medal with cup.svg Finalist
2006-07 NB I Runner-up Gold medal with cup.svg Winner
2007-08 NB I Champion Silver medal with cup.svg Finalist
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 Champion Gold medal with cup.svg Winner
2015-16 NB I Champion Gold medal with cup.svg Winner
2016-17 NB I Champion Gold medal with cup.svg Winner

In European competition[edit]

Source:

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
1982-83 Champions Cup* Round 1 Turkey İstanbul Bankası Yenişehir 31-18 26-19 57–37
1/8-finals Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 25-30 19-31 44–61
1984-85 Cup Winners' Cup 1/8-finals East Germany SC Dynamo Berlin 18-23 20-21 38–44
1985-86 Cup Winners' Cup Round 1 Turkey Arcelik SC 33-23 29-24 62–47
1/8-finals Norway Ski HK 31-21 22-22 53–43
1/4-finals Spain TEKA Santander 29-20 16-19 45–39
1/2-finals Spain FC Barcelona 27-25 19-29 46–54
1986-87 Champions Cup* Round 1 Bulgaria VIF Dimitrov Sofia 25-13 13-21 38–34
1/8-finals East Germany SC Empor Rostock 23-26 20-30 43–56
1987-88 Champions Cup* Round 1 Israel Maccabi Rishon LeZion 32-24 23-27 55–51
1/8-finals Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 22-22 14-24 46–46
1988-89 Cup Winners' Cup Round 1 Italy SSV Brixen 26-23 15-14 41–37
1/8-finals Switzerland Pfadi Winterthur 34-21 24-14 58–35
1/4-finals West Germany TUSEM Essen 23-20 15-23 38–43
1989-90 Cup Winners' Cup Round 1 Czechoslovakia CH Bratislava 23-18 20-24 43–42
1/8-finals Denmark Virum-Sorgenfri HK 29-20 20-23 49–43
1/4-finals Romania Minaur Baia Mare 19-18 25-22 44–40
1/2-finals Spain TEKA Santander 24-29 21-25 45–54
1990-91 Cup Winners' Cup 1/8-finals Soviet Union SKA Minsk 27-18 27-28 54–46
1/4-finals Austria UHC Vogel-Pumpen Stockerau 36-26 26-27 62–53
1/2-finals Germany TSV Milbertshofen 20-15 15-23 35–38
1991-92 Cup Winners' Cup
Gold medal blank.svg Winner
1/8-finals Spain Elgorriaga Bidasoa 17-19 26-18 43–37
1/4-finals Switzerland RTV Basel 31-20 26-19 57–39
1/2-finals Denmark GOG Gudme 24-19 26-21 50–40
Finals Germany TSV Milbertshofen 24-14 27-20 51–34
1992-93 Cup Winners' Cup
Silver medal blank.svg
Finalist
1/8-finals Denmark KIF Kolding 30-27 28-20 58–47
1/4-finals Latvia Bauskas HC 31-27 22-22 53–49
1/2-finals Germany TuSEM Essen 29-18 23-22 52–40
Finals France OM Vitrolles 22-23 21-23 43–46
1993-94 Champions League 1/16-finals Cyprus Strovolou Nicosia 33-17 37-18 70–35
1/8-finals Spain TEKA Santander 29-26 16-25 45–51
1994-95 Champions League 1/16-finals Slovenia Celje Pivovarna Laško 22-18 24-21 46–39
1/8-finals Switzerland Pfadi Winterthur 29-25 23-26 52–51
Champions League
(Group A)
Spain Caja Cantabria Santander 24–24 15–25 3rd
Croatia Badel Zagreb 23–23 18–30
Denmark KIF Kolding 25–20 26–25
1995-96 Champions League 1/16-finals Luxembourg HC Berchem 31-20 36-13 67–33
1/8-finals Italy Principe Trieste 21-16 23-22 44–38
Champions League
(Group A)
Spain Elgorriaga Bidasoa 28–29 23–19 3rd
Germany THW Kiel 23–21 25–28
Portugal ABC Braga 24–20 24–27
1996-97 Cup Winners' Cup
Silver medal blank.svg
Finalist
1/16-finals Greece GAS Archelaos Katerinis 28-22 30-19 58–41
1/8-finals Norway Viking HK 32-20 24-33 56–53
1/4-finals Iceland KA Akureyri 34-22 31-32 65–54
1/2-finals France US d'Ivry Handball 29-21 31-29 60–50
Finals Spain Elgorriaga Bidasoa 19-17 19-24 38–41
1997-98 Champions League 1/16-finals Russia Kaustik Volgograd 31-22 33-29 64–51
Champions League
(Group D)
Germany TBV Lemgo 24–24 26–29 2nd
Republic of Macedonia Jafa Promet Resen 27–22 30–23
Czech Republic CS Cabot Zubří 31–22 30–24
1/4-finals Spain FC Barcelona (a) 33-28 27-32 60–60
1998-99 Champions League 1/16-finals Finland BK 46 Karis 35-10 32-18 67–28
Champions League
(Group A)
Croatia Badel 1862 Zagreb 27–25 18–19 2nd
France Montpellier HB 26–17 17–21
Italy H.C. Alpi Prato 37–22 22–26
1/4-finals Spain FC Barcelona 29-29 24-29 53–58
1999-00 Champions League 1/16-finals Finland Grankulla IFK 32-11 37-14 69–25
Champions League
(Group D)
Spain FC Barcelona 23–31 21–25 2nd
Russia Kaustik Volgograd 26–22 31–24
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan Beograd 24–17 25–28
1/4-finals Croatia Badel 1862 Zagreb 27-25 26-30 53–55
2000-01 Cup Winners' Cup Round 3 Lithuania Šiaulių universitetas 37-18 38-18 75–36
Round 4 Austria Jet2Web Bregenz HB 30-24 27-17 57–41
1/4-finals Germany SG Flensburg-Handewitt 20-22 22-31 42–53
2001-02 Champions League
Silver medal blank.svg Finalist
Group Matches
(Group D)
Germany Sportclub Magdeburg 24–20 22–25 1st
France S.O. Chambéry 29–13 28–26
Republic of Macedonia Vardar Vatrost. Skopje 27–22 27–24
1/4-finals Spain C.BM. Ademar León 30-18 27-22 57–40
1/2-finals Spain Portland San Antonio 27-19 21-27 48–46
Finals Germany Sportclub Magdeburg 23-21 25-30 48–51
2002-03 Champions League Group Matches
(Group A)
Germany Sportclub Magdeburg 31–22 28–27 1st
Poland Wisła Płock SSA 38–24 30–25
Greece Panellinios A.C. 19–13 17–16
1/4 Final Denmark Kolding IF 36-26 27-31 63–57
1/2 Final Spain Portland San Antonio 30-26 20-28 50–54
2003-04 Champions League Group Matches
(Group G)
Poland KS Vive Kielce 31–24 41–30 1st
Denmark Skjern Håndbold 33–29 26–23
Bosnia and Herzegovina RK Bosna Sarajevo 31–26 35–24
1/8 Final Spain FC Barcelona 31-26 29-33 60–59
1/4 Final Spain B.M. Ciudad Real 25-28 24-33 49–61
2004-05 Champions League Group Matches
(Group G)
Norway Sandefjord TIF 36–24 31–25 1st
Germany TBV Lemgo 29–23 28–23
Lithuania HC Granitas Kaunas 38–17 33–26
1/8 Final Ukraine ZTR Zaporizhia 39-29 28-29 67–58
1/4 Final Spain B.M. Ciudad Real 22-29 33-34 55–63
2005-06 Champions League Group Matches
(Group F)
Spain BM Ciudad Real 31–29 23–34 2nd
Slovakia Tatran Prešov 42–25 35–23
Romania Dinamo Baumit Bucureșt 37–27 38–27
1/8 Final Denmark Arhus GF 30-21 31-28 61–49
1/4 Final France Montpellier HB 27-22 21-23 48–45
1/2 Final Spain Portland San Antonio 29-27 29-32 58–59
2006-07 Champions League Group Matches
(Group A)
Spain Portland San Antonio 23–21 27–34 2nd
Slovakia MŠK SIRS Považská Bystrica 46–26 46–30
Bosnia and Herzegovina RK Bosna Sarajevo 34–24 31–25
1/8 Final Denmark KIF Kolding Elite A/S 32-22 28-31 60–53
1/4 Final Germany THW Kiel 39-36 32-39 71–75
2007-08 Champions League Group Matches
(Group F)
Slovenia Celje Pivovarna Laško 24–24 23–28 3rd
CWC
Germany VfL Gummersbach 35–35 30–32
Iceland Valur 41–28 31–24
2007-08 Cup Winners' Cup
Gold medal blank.svg Winner
1/8 Final Romania C.S.A. Steaua MFA București 31-23 34-26 65–49
1/4 Final Denmark KIF Kolding Elite A/S 31-27 31-29 63–66
1/2 Final Switzerland Kadetten Schaffhausen GCZ 30-24 28-28 58–52
Final Germany Rhein-Neckar Löwen 37-32 28-28 65–60
2008-09 Champions League Group Matches
(Group F)
Germany SG Flensburg-Handewitt 29–28 29–32 2nd
Ukraine ZTR Zaporizhia 33–22 32–25
Iceland Haukar 34–25 26–27
Main Round
(Group 3)
Germany SG Flensburg-Handewitt 29–28 29–32 1st
Spain Reale Ademar 28–26 32–30
France Montpellier HB 30–24 22–23
1/4 Final Spain BM Ciudad Real 32-29 24-29 56–58
2009-10 Champions League Group Phase
(Group B)
Slovenia RK Gorenje 30–25 28–27 1st
France Chambéry Savoie HB 31–26 29–19
Germany Rhein-Neckar Löwen 34–30 29–32
Bosnia and Herzegovina RK Bosna BH Gas 35–18 24–20
Poland KS Vive Targi Kielce 33–26 32–29
Last 16 Romania HCM Constanţa 27-26 27-23 54–49
1/4 Final Spain F.C. Barcelona Borges 33-34 27-33 60–67
2010-11 Champions League Group Phase
(Group B)
France Montpellier Agglomération HB 27–26 24–30 2nd
Germany HSV Hamburg 33–30 26–27
Denmark KIF Kolding 31–28 34–29
Sweden IK Sävehof 38–34 41–31
Slovakia Tatran Prešov 33–22 35–27
Last 16 Spain F.C. Barcelona Borges 30-26 21-28 51–54
2011-12 Champions League Group Phase
(Group B)
Russia Chekhovskiye Medvedi 24–22 26–30 2nd
Spain BM Atlético Madrid 28–27 28–37
Germany Füchse Berlin 24–33 29–24
Denmark Bjerringbro-Silkeborg 32–25 25–19
Poland KS Vive Targi Kielce 21–24 29–25
Last 16 Spain Reale Ademar León 27-25 28-31 55–56
2012-13 Champions League Group Phase
(Group B)
Germany THW Kiel 31–30 21–32 1st
Spain BM Atlético Madrid 26–19 27–26
Sweden IK Sävehof 34–24 32–22
Slovenia Celje Pivovarna Laško 32–22 24–19
Romania HCM Constanţa 31–21 37–27
Last 16 Spain Reale Ademar León 33-25 23-20 56–45
Quarter-Finals Germany THW Kiel 28-29 31-32 59–61
2013-14 Champions League
Fourth place
Group Phase
(Group A)
Croatia RK Croatia Osiguranje Zagreb 34–27 33–22 1st
Russia St. Petersburg HC 29–20 28–15
Germany Rhein-Neckar Löwen 30–29 25–25
Slovenia Celje Pivovarna Laško 27–26 31–26
Ukraine HC Motor Zaporozhye 44–27 22–26
Last 16 Poland Orlen Wisła Płock 31-26 33-34 64–60
Quarter Final France Paris Saint-Germain 31-26 28-26 59–52
Semi Final (F4) Germany THW Kiel 26–29
Bronze match (F4) Spain FC Barcelona 25–26
2014-15 Champions League
Silver medal blank.svg Finalist
Group Phase
(Group C)
Slovenia RK Celje Pivovarna Laško 29–26 24–21 1st
Russia Chekhovskiye Medvedi 38–31 37–32
Germany Rhein-Neckar Löwen 27–24 25–32
Republic of Macedonia RK Vardar 32–24 24–23
France Montpellier Agglomération HB 30–29 34–20
Last 16 Spain Naturhouse La Rioja 37-31 31-23 68–54
Quarter Final France Paris Saint-Germain 34-28 24-24 58–52
Semi Final (F4) Germany THW Kiel 31–27
Final (F4) Spain FC Barcelona 23–28
2015-16 Champions League
Silver medal blank.svg Finalist
Group Phase
(Group A)
Germany THW Kiel 29–27 24–25 2nd
France Paris Saint-Germain 28–20 27–29
Slovenia RK Celje Pivovarna Laško 34–28 30–27
Poland Orlen Wisła Płock 27–25 27–27
Croatia RK Prvo plinarsko društvo Zagreb 27–25 21–20
Turkey Beşiktaş J.K. 33–25 38–34
Germany SG Flensburg-Handewitt 28–24 29–28
Last 16 Ukraine HC Motor Zaporozhye 41-28 29-24 70–52
Quarter Final Republic of Macedonia RK Vardar 30-30 29-26 59–56
Semi Final (F4) Germany THW Kiel 31–28 (aet)
Final (F4) Poland KS Vive Tauron Kielce 35–35 (3-4 p)
2016-17 Champions League Group Phase
(Group A)
Spain FC Barcelona Lassa 23–26
France Paris Saint-Germain 28–29 24–28
Denmark Bjerringbro-Silkeborg 30–29 29–24
Poland Orlen Wisła Płock 28–28
Germany SG Flensburg-Handewitt 24–24
Switzerland Kadetten Schaffhausen 32–28
Germany THW Kiel 21–19

Former club members[edit]

Selected former players[edit]

Notable coaches[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2007/08 Men's Cup Winners' Cup Final". European Handball Federation. Retrieved 28 January 2011. 
  2. ^ "Magyar bajnokság NB1 - férfi" (in Hungarian). kezitortenelem.hu. 
  3. ^ "Magyar bajnokság NB1B - férfi" (in Hungarian). kezitortenelem.hu. 
  4. ^ "Magyar bajnokság NB2 - férfi (1957-1980)" (in Hungarian). kezitortenelem.hu. 

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