Sporting CP (handball)

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Sporting CP
Full nameSporting Clube de Portugal
Nickname(s)Leões (Lions)
Verde-e-Brancos (Green'n'Whites)
ArenaPavilhão João Rocha, Lisbon
Capacity3,001
Head coachHugo Canela
LeagueAndebol 1

Sporting Clube de Portugal is a professional handball team based in Lisbon, Portugal. It plays in Andebol 1, the top tier in Portuguese handball.

The club is one of the most decorated handball clubs in Portugal, having won 39 national titles and 2 international titles.

Honours[edit]

Domestic competitions[edit]

  • Campeonato Nacional de Andebol Masculino - Andebol 1: 19
    • 1951–52, 1955–56, 1960–61, 1965–66, 1966–67, 1968–69, 1969–70, 1970–71, 1971–72, 1972–73, 1977–78, 1978–79, 1979–80, 1980–81, 1983–84, 1985–86, 2000–01, 2016–17, 2017-18
  • Divisão de Elite: 2
    • 2004–05, 2005–06
  • Taça de Portugal: 15
    • 1971–72, 1972–73, 1974–75, 1980–81, 1982–83, 1987–88, 1988–89, 1997–98, 2000–01, 2002–03, 2003–04, 2004–05, 2011–12, 2012–13, 2013–14
  • Super Taça: 3
    • 1997–98, 2001–02, 2013–14
  • Campeonato de Lisboa (Championship of Lisbon in handball): 16
  • Campeonato Nacional Juniores: 12
  • Campeonato Nacional Juvenis: 6

International competitions[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 18 March 2018

Transfers[edit]

Transfers for the 2018-19 season

Results in European competitions[edit]

Note: Sporting score is always listed first.

Season Competition Round Club 1st leg 2nd leg Aggregate
1966–67 EHF European Cup R1 France US Ivry Handball 19–22 8–25 27–47
1967–68 EHF European Cup R2 Spain BM Granollers 16–26 20–16 36–42
1969–70 EHF European Cup R1 Netherlands HV Sittardia 16–24 12–15 28–39
1970–71 EHF European Cup R2 Soviet Union MAI Moscovo - - Win Withdrew
QF Czechoslovakia Dukla Prague - - Win Withdrew
SF Germany VfL Gummersbach 17–25 11–27 28–50
1971–72 EHF European Cup R2 Germany VfL Gummersbach 6–38 20–20 26–59
1972–73 EHF European Cup R1 Czechoslovakia HCB Karviná 11–24 15–16 26–40
1973–74 EHF Challenge Cup R1 Belgium SK Avanti Lebbeke 16–16 16–9 32–25
R2 Czechoslovakia Cervena Hezda 14–31 15–17 29–48
1975–76 EHF Cup Winners' Cup L16 Denmark FIF Copenhagen 14–25 22–24 36–49
1978–79 EHF European Cup R1 France Stella St-Maur 18–18 12–22 30–40
1979–80 EHF European Cup R1 Switzerland Grasshoppers Zürich 23–23 19–23 42–46
1980–81 EHF European Cup R1 Switzerland BSV Bern 12–26 21–20 33–46
1981–82 EHF Cup Winners' Cup R1 France USM Gagni 25–27 22–31 47–58
1987–88 EHF Cup R1 Netherlands Hershi Gellen 18–20 22–16 40–36
L16 Denmark Hellerup Kopenhagen 19–23 19–25 38–48
1988–89 EHF Cup Winners' Cup R1 Switzerland Pfadi Winterthur 29–25 19–27 48–52
1989–90 EHF Cup Winners' Cup R1 Israel Hapoel Rishon LeZion 24–40 23–18 47–58
1992–93 EHF Cup Winners' Cup R1 Italy Palommano Trieste 20–32 30–20 50–52
1996–97 EHF Cup R1 France Montpellier HB 22–16 16–22 38–38
1997–98 EHF Cup Winners' Cup R1 Ukraine ZTR Zaporozhye 31–25 23–24 54–49
L16 Germany HSG Dutenhofen 16–24 30–26 46–50
1998–99 EHF Cup Winners' Cup R1 Slovakia HK TJ VSZ Kosice 24–22 18–24 42–46
1999–00 EHF Challenge Cup R1 France US Dunkerque HB 23–18 20–26 43–44
2000–01 EHF Cup R2 Netherlands Showbizcity Aalsmeer 31–23 30–30 61–53
R3 Belarus SKA Minsk 31–23 18–18 49–41
L16 Spain CB Cantabria 29–27 30–26 59–53
QF Iceland Haukar Handball 21–21 32–33 53–54
2001–02 EHF Champions League R2 Romania Steaua București 33–24 25–25 58–49
Group stage Spain Portland San Antonio 26–36 28–31 3rd place
Serbia and Montenegro RK Lovćen Cetinje 22–26 10–0
Denmark Kolding IF 24–23 22–33
2003–04 EHF Cup Winners' Cup R2 Luxembourg HC Berchem 31–20 32–22 63–42
R3 Ukraine Portovik Yuzhny 27–25 25–21 52–46
L16 Sweden Redbergslids IK 29–19 29–35 58–54
QF Slovenia RK Gorenje Velenje 33–27 26–32 59–59
2004–05 EHF Cup Winners' Cup R2 Austria Goldmann Druck Tulln 33–32 30–22 63–54
R3 Germany HSV Hamburg 24–28 24–25 48–53
2005–06 EHF Cup Winners' Cup R2 Estonia HC Kehra 27–33 39–19 68–53
R3 Romania HCM Constanta 30–32 22–28 52–60
2006–07 EHF Cup Winners' Cup R2 Cyprus SPE Strovolos Nicosia 33–20 31–24 64–44
R3 Romania Dinamo București 29–35 27–30 56–65
2009–10 EHF Challenge Cup L16 Greece AO Dimou Thermaikou 39–24 34–20 73–44
QF Romania CSM Bacău 30–24 23–28 53–52
SF Slovenia RD Slovan 28–23 30–33 58–56
F Poland MMTS Kwidzyn 27–25 27–26 54–51
2010–11 EHF Challenge Cup R3 Ukraine HK Polytechnik 26–21 26–30 52–51
L16 Greece AEK 27–23 27–32 54–55
2011–12 EHF Challenge Cup R3 Turkey Trabzonspor 31–29 41–18 72–47
L16 Czech Republic HC Zubri 23–26 25–22 48–48
QF Romania CSU Suceava 33–24 30–24 63–48
SF Switzerland Wacker Thun 31–29 26–28 57–57
2012–13 EHF Cup R1 Sweden Ystads IF 27–22 26–37 53–59
2013–14 EHF Cup R2 Netherlands Handbal Volendam 30–18 35–32 65–50
R3 Croatia RK Poreč 24–24 30–25 54–49
Group stage France Montpellier HB 27–28 31–36 2nd place
Republic of Macedonia RK Strumica 39–22 36–24
Denmark Skjern 32–25 30–28
QF Hungary Pick Szeged 29–27 22–28 51–55
2014–15 EHF Cup R2 Slovakia HC Sporta Hlohovec 34–24 28–33 62–57
R3 Spain Fraikin BM. Granollers 27–25 23–25 50–50
2015–16 EHF Cup R2 Denmark Team Tvis Holstebro 31–36 32–28 63–64
2016–17 EHF Challenge Cup R3 Italy ASD Romagna Handball 32–25 37–24 69–49
L16 Republic of Macedonia RK Pelister 32–18 34–26 66–44
QF Greece AC Doukas 35–23 27–25 62–48
SF Netherlands JMS Hurry-Up 32–27 37–14 69–41
F Romania AHC Potaissa Turda 37–28 30–24 67–52
2017–18 EHF Champions League qSF Finland Riihimäki Cocks 31–27 31–27
qF Austria Alpla HC Hard 35–34 35–34
Group stage Turkey Beşiktaş 30–26 34–27 4th place
Ukraine Motor Zaporozhye 23–31 29–32
Republic of Macedonia Metalurg Skopje 27–28 31–27
France Montpellier HB 29–33 32–33
Russia Chekhovskiye Medvedi 31–30 27–30
2018–19 EHF Champions League Group stage Turkey Beşiktaş 33–27 ?th place
Slovakia HT Tatran Prešov 30–27
Republic of Macedonia Metalurg Skopje 34–26
Denmark Bjerringbro-Silkeborg 32–35
Russia Chekhovskiye Medvedi 23–22

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