Slagelse FH

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Slagelse FH
Full name Slagelse Forenede Håndboldklubber
Founded 1997
Dissolved 2013
Arena Slagelse Hall
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The Slagelse Dream Team is a handball team from the town of Slagelse, Denmark. It is sometimes referred to as "Slagelse DT", and is the professional first team for the handball club Slagelse Forenede Håndboldklubber (Slagelse FH). The club was catapulted into the limelight in 2000 when Anja Andersen took the head coach job and in a very short time led the women's team to the first Danish victory in the Women's EHF Champions League final in 2004.

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Slagelse Forenede Håndboldklubber was created by a merger of the two clubs Slagelse HK and Marievang IF who each had their own success, especially on youth level. Slagelse HK's women's team was promoted twice to the premier division around 1990, though the team was relegated the following season on both occasions.

In 1997 the two clubs merged under the name Slagelse FH and in early 2000 the club signed a deal with Anja Andersen to help the club achieve promotion to the premier division.

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