RK Krim

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RK Krim
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Full name Rokometni Klub Krim Mercator
Nickname(s) Tigrice (The Tigresses)
Short name Krim
Founded 1984; 32 years ago (1984)
Arena Ogrevalna dvorana Stožice (League)
Kodeljevo Hall (EHF)
President Goran Bojović
Head coach Uroš Bregar
League Slovenian First League
2015–16 2nd
Colours
Club colours               
Website
Official site

Rokometni Klub Krim (English: Krim Handball Club), commonly referred to as RK Krim or simply Krim, currently named Krim Mercator due to sponsorship reasons, is a women's handball club from Ljubljana, Slovenia. The club was founded in 1984.[1] Krim has won Slovenian First League 21 times in 25 seasons between 1992 and 2016. Their international success includes winning the EHF Champions League and EHF Women's Champions Trophy.[2]

Honours[edit]

  • Slovenian Championship
    • Winners: 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
  • Slovenian Cup
    • Winners: 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
  • Slovenian Supercup
Winners: 2014, 2015, 2016

Other tournaments[edit]

Arena[edit]

RK Krim play their home league games at Ogrevalna dvorana Stožice with a seating capacity for 700 spectators.[3][4] For Champions League matches, they use Kodeljevo Hall.

Supporters[edit]

RK Krim supporters are called Krimovci.[5]

European matches[edit]

Results list Krim's goal tally first.

Season Competition Round Club     Home    Away
1993–94 Cup Winners' Cup Round of 32 Switzerland ATV Basel 24–15 24–15
Round of 16 Italy Jomsa Rimini 29–19 26–21
Quarterfinals Germany TUS Walle Bremen 21–22 14–26
1994–95 Cup Winners' Cup Round of 32 Republic of Macedonia Vardar Skopje 29–20 26–24
Round of 16 Romania Chimistul Vilcea 32–22 24–32
Quarterfinals Germany Borussia Dortmund 20–28 24–24
1995–96 Champions League Round of 32 Azerbaijan Khalita Baku ? ?
Round of 16 Denmark Viborg 25–18 15–22
1996–97 Champions League Round of 32 Bulgaria Volan Sofia 25–16 31–14
Group Stage
(Group D)
Greece GAS Anagenisi Artas 36–12 33–19
Germany TUS Walle Bremen 21–20 19–20
Hungary Ferencvárosi 22–20 24–27
Quarterfinals Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 21–26 21–34
1997–98 Champions League Round of 32 Turkey YKM Istanbul 33–27 34–25
Group Stage
(Group B)
France ASPTT Metz 31–25 26–30
Hungary Ferencvárosi 32–24 25–23
Spain Mar El Osito L'Eliana 30–33 18–35
Quarterfinals Croatia Podravka Koprivnica 28–23 20–25
1998–99 Champions League Round of 32 Belarus Politechnik Minsk 39–29 30–22
Group Stage
(Group A)
France E.S.B.F. Besançon 19–15 25–20
Croatia Podravka Koprivnica 26–27 20–21
Republic of Macedonia Kometal Gjorče Petrov Skopje 31–27 17–23
Quarterfinals Spain Milar l Eliana Valencia 23–25 29–21
Semifinals Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Budućnost 26–29 32–29
Finals Hungary Dunaferr 26–26 23–25
1998–99 Champions Trophy Semifinals Norway Bækkelagets 24–27
3rd place Denmark Viborg 34–27
1999–00 Champions League Round of 32 Turkey Anadolu Uni Eskisehir 33–15 26–17
Group Stage
(Group B)
Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 27–28 24–24
Ukraine Motor Zaporoshje 33–18 21–22
Norway Bækkelagets 25–22 23–32
2000–01 Champions League Group Stage
(Group D)
Spain Milar L'Eliana Valencia 29–19 21–30
Ukraine Spartak Kiev 28–22 26–21
Hungary Győri 27–27 21–21
Quarterfinals Norway Larvik 29–17 20–24
Semifinals Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Budućnost 28–21 25–27
Final Denmark Viborg 25–19 22–22
2000–01 Champions Trophy Semifinals Ukraine Motor Zaporoshje 22–26
3rd place Norway Nordstrand 2000 34–21
2001–02 Champions League Group Stage
(Group D)
Poland MKS Montex Lublin 26–32 24–27
Russia Dinamo Volgograd 22–21 24–22
Republic of Macedonia Kometal Gjorče Petrov Skopje 26–22 27–26
2002–03 Champions League Group Stage
(Group D)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Budućnost 32–29 27–19
Spain Ferrobus KU Mislata 31–27 28–26
France Metz Handball 34–22 31–25
Quarterfinals Norway Larvik 33–28 21–22
Semifinals Denmark Midtjylland Håndbold 28–21 27–21
Final Spain Milar L'Eliana Valencia 36–28 27–30
2002–03 Champions Trophy Semifinals France E.S.B.F. Besançon 32–26
Final Denmark Slagelse 33–28
2003–04 Champions League Group Stage
(Group D)
Serbia and Montenegro Budućnost 35–25 24–26
Ukraine HC "Motor" Zaporozhye 34–22 33–26
Denmark Midtjylland Håndbold 24–27 24–28
Quarterfinals Russia Lada Togliatti 29–25 21–24
Semifinals Norway Larvik 27–19 33–30
Final Denmark Slagelse 32–36 24–25
2003–04 Champions Trophy Group Stage
(Group B)
Denmark Viborg 33–28
Republic of Macedonia Kometal Gjorče Petrov Skopje 34–20
Final Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 34–25
2004–05 Champions League Group Stage
(Group D)
Serbia and Montenegro Niš 40–30 23–24
Norway Tertnes Bergen 32–18 24–22
Spain Orsan Elda Prestigio 28–22 30–25
Quarterfinals Republic of Macedonia Kometal Gjorče Petrov Skopje 23–21 21–24
2005–06 Champions League Group Stage
(Group A)
Denmark Viborg 26–21 34–28
Spain Orsan Elda Prestigio 29–26 25–17
Norway Larvik 24–19 23–29
Quarterfinals Russia Lada Togliatti 25–18 29–36
Semifinals Denmark Aalborg 30–31 24–16
Final Denmark Viborg 22–24 21–20
2006–07 Champions League Group Stage
(Group A)
Spain Cem. la Union-Ribarroja 34–28 33–31
Denmark Aalborg 30–26 24–26
Russia Dinamo Volgograd 41–33 34–29
Quarterfinals Denmark Slagelse DT 26–28 23–30
2007–08 Champions League Group Stage
(Group B)
Germany 1. FC Nürnberg 30–31 24–26
Denmark Sävehof 24–24 31–30
Russia Zvezda Zvenigorod 35–33 36–31
2007–08 Cup Winners' Cup 1/8 Final Croatia Lokomotiva Zagreb 31–25 25–30
Quarterfinals Romania Rulmentul-Urban Braşov 27–29 25–27
2008–09 Champions League Group Stage
(Group D)
Germany 1. FC Nürnberg 33–25 29–25
Denmark Viborg 38–34 28–38
France Metz Handball 26–31 33–29
Main Round
(Group 2)
Montenegro Budućnost 35–28 32–37
Hungary Győri 31–35 33–34
Romania Oltchim Râmnicu Vâlcea 35–34 30–36
2009–10 Champions League Group Stage
(Group B)
Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 35–24 26–28
Denmark Aalborg 30–23 38–32
France Metz Handball 35–31 37–30
Main Round
(Group 1)
Norway Larvik 30–34 23–30
Hungary Győri 24–24 23–25
Germany Leipzig 32–26 31–27
2010–11 Champions League Group Stage
(Group D)
Hungary Győri 30–34 21–26
Croatia Podravka Vegeta 26–22 35–30
Russia Zvezda Zvenigorod 37–32 32–28
Main Round
(Group 1)
Romania Oltchim Râmnicu Vâlcea 37–30 27–31
Spain Itxako Reyno De Navarra 30–26 24–25
Montenegro Budućnost 36–40 29–32
2011–12 Champions League Group Stage
(Group B)
Norway Larvik 19–22 19–32
Croatia Podravka Vegeta 22–22 24–23
Denmark Viborg 31–25 28–28
Main Round
(Group 2)
France Metz Handball 28–24 21–20
Romania Oltchim Râmnicu Vâlcea 25–31 26–30
Montenegro Budućnost 26–27 21–29
2012–13 Champions League Group Stage
(Group B)
Romania Universitatea Cluj 28–27 31–23
Croatia Podravka Vegeta 28–22 22–25
Hungary Győri 20–31 22–29
Main Round
(Group 2)
Russia Zvezda Zvenigorod 27–23 29–24
Romania Oltchim Râmnicu Vâlcea 28–24 20–23
Hungary Ferencvárosi 31–25 26–30
Semifinals Norway Larvik 19–27 24–22
2013–14 Champions League Group Stage
(Group C)
Sweden Sävehof 36–28 25–25
Germany Leipzig 32–20 27–23
France Metz Handball 27–21 20–21
Main Round
(Group 2)
Norway Larvik 24–18 22–28
Montenegro Budućnost 26–30 15–30
Hungary Győri 22–24 24–27
2014–15 Champions League Group Stage
(Group A)
Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 32–20 25–29
Germany Leipzig 31–35 24–30
Russia Dinamo Volgograd 24–26 26–25
Main Round
(Group 1)
Germany Thüringer 23–26 21–33
Republic of Macedonia Vardar 29–47 30–41
Montenegro Budućnost 20–23 20–39
2015–16 Champions League Group Stage
(Group A)
Romania Baia Mare 27–33 28–35
Russia Rostov-Don 31–36 25–35
Norway Larvik 21–37 28–32
EHF Cup Winners' Cup Round of 16 Romania Municipal Craiova 27–23 29–30
Quarterfinals Norway Vipers Kristiansand 30–20 27–29
Semifinals Russia Lada Togliatti 22–27 24–28
2016–17 Champions League Qualifying
(Group 3)
Slovakia IUVENTA Michalovce 28–22
Italy Indeco Conversano 37–16
Group Stage
(Group D)
Norway Larvik 24–22 36–31
Denmark Team Esbjerg 27–22 25–35
Sweden Sävehof 32–29 24–26
Main Round

Team[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 28 July 2016.[6]

Staff members[edit]

  • Head coach: Uroš Bregar
  • Assistant coach: Ilija Anđelković
  • Psychotherapist: Andrej Potrata
  • Team leader: Jaka Kravanja

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Zgodovina kluba" [Club's history] (in Slovenian). RK Krim official website. Retrieved 2 April 2016. 
  2. ^ "RK Krim Mercator Ljubljana"2007/2008 EHF Women's Champions League (Retrieved on 18 April 2008)
  3. ^ "Ogrevalna dvorana Stožice" (in Slovenian). sport-ljubljana.si. Retrieved 29 October 2016. 
  4. ^ "Dvorane" [Arenas] (in Slovenian). RK Krim official website. Retrieved 2 April 2016. 
  5. ^ "Navijaška skupina Krimovci" [Krimovci fan group] (in Slovenian). RK Krim official website. Retrieved 23 February 2014. 
  6. ^ "RK Krim Squad" (in Slovenian). RK Krim official website. Retrieved 28 May 2015. 

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