Union Mios Biganos-Bègles Handball

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Union Mios Biganos-Bègles Handball
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Full name Union Mios Biganos-Bègles Handball
Short name Union Mios Biganos-Bègles Handball
Founded 2013
Arena Salle Jean Dauguet, Bordeaux
Capacity 2300
Head coach Mayonnade Emmanuel (FRA)
League Division 1
2013–14 5th
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Union Mios Biganos-Bègles Handball is a French handball club from Mios, Gironde playing in nearby Biganos. Established in 2013, it is best known for its women's team, which has played in the country's premier league since 1996.

In 2009 Mios won its first national trophy, the Coupe de France, whose final had previously reached in 1998 and 1999.[1] Two years later it won the 2011 EHF Challenge Cup, its first EHF international title, beating Muratpaşa Bld. SK in the final.[2] Most recently it reached the 2012 Coupe de la Ligue's final, but lost to HF Arvor 29.[3] The club's best result in the national championship to date is a 4th position, attained in four occasions between 1997 and 2011.


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  1. ^ List of champions Archived June 29, 2012, at the Wayback Machine. in the French Handball Federation's website
  2. ^ Profile in EHF's website
  3. ^ Arvor 29 wins the Coupe de la Ligue. sport365.fr