Aalborg Håndbold

Aalborg Handball (Danish: Aalborg Håndbold) is a handball club from Aalborg, Denmark. Aalborg Handball competes in the Danish Handball League. The home arena of Aalborg Handball is the Gigantium in Aalborg.

Aalborg Håndbold
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Full nameAalborg Håndbold
Founded2011
ArenaJutlander Bank Arena, Aalborg
Capacity5020
Sports directorJan Larsen
Head coachStefan Madsen
LeagueHerrehåndboldligaen
2019-201st
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Home
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Website
Official site
Location of Aalborg Håndbold
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Location of Aalborg Håndbold

HistoryEdit

In 2000 Aalborg Boldspilklub overtook the licence of the club Aalborg HSH. AaB Håndbold was owned by AaB A/S from 2000 until January 2011. In January 2011 the license was given to the new company "Aalborg Håndbold A/S".

Accomplishments MenEdit

TeamEdit

Current squadEdit

Squad for the 2020-21 season[1]

Technical staffEdit

Staff for the 2020-21 season
  • Head Coach:   Stefan Madsen
  • Assistant Coach:   Arnór Atlason
  • Team Leader:   Torbjørn Christensen
  • Team Leader:   Christian Müller
  • Physical Trainer:   Kim Lynge
  • Team Physician:   Jørgen Boserup

TransfersEdit

Transfers for the 2021-22 season
Transfers for the 2022-23 season

Notable former playersEdit

European HandballEdit

EHF Champions LeagueEdit

Season Round Club Home Away Aggregate Comment
2020–21 Group Stage
Group B
  FC Barcelona 33–42
  Telekom Veszprém 27–33 32–30
  THW Kiel 23–31
  HC Motor Zaporizhzhia 38–29
  HBC Nantes 32–24
  RK Celje 31–29
  PPD Zagreb 27–26
2014-15 Group   Dunkerque Handball Grand Littoral 25-28 23-23 48-51 -
Group   SC Pick Szeged 25-28 25-23 51-49 -
Group   Kadetten Schaffhausen 23-23 25-25 48-48 -
Group   HC Motor Zaporizhzhia 30-36 25-28 58-61 -
Group   Vive Targi Kielce 25-27 33-26 51-60 -
Last 16   FC Barcelona 11-31 29-22 33-60 -
2013-14 Group   SG Flensburg-Handewitt 26-27 31-27 58-53 -
Group   Naturhouse La Rioja 28-24 25-23 51-49 -
Group   HSV Hamburg 26-28 28-20 56-46 -
Group   RK Gorenje Velenje 23-28 25-30 53-53 -
Group   HK Drott 37-23 26-35 72-49 -
Last 16   FC Barcelona 22-29 31-20 42-60 -

EHF CupEdit

Season Round Club Home Away Aggregate Comment
2004-05 Round 3   A1 Bregenz HB 24-22 28-23 47-50 -
2003-04 Round 3   Wacker Thun 32-18 30-25 57-48 -
1/8 Final   Brestskiy HC Meshkovo 31-27 30-30 61-57 -
1/4 Final   THW Kiel 32-32 30-23 56-62 -

EHF Challenge CupEdit

Season Round Club Home Away Aggregate Comment
2002-03 Round 3   HC Gracanica INDEX 39-22 25-23 62-47 -
Round 4   Grötta-KR 30-27 23-20 50-50 -

Retired numbersEdit

Aalborg Håndbold
No. Player Position Tenure Ceremony Date
10 Håvard Tvedten Left Wing 2002–2006
2011–2016
17/05/2016

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "The team 2015/2016" (in Danish). Aalborg Handball official website. Retrieved 28 June 2015.
  2. ^ "Verdensstjerne skifter til Aalborg Håndbold". Aalborg Håndbold. Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  3. ^ "Martin Larsen vender hjem til Aalborg Håndbold". Aalborg Håndbold. Aalborg Håndbold. April 8, 2021. Retrieved April 8, 2021.
  4. ^ "Norsk landsholdsfløj skifter til Aalborg Håndbold". Aalborg Håndbold. Aalborg Håndbold. February 24, 2021. Retrieved March 26, 2021.
  5. ^ "Jesper Nielsen skifter til Aalborg Håndbold". Aalborg Håndbold. Aalborg Håndbold. March 22, 2021. Retrieved March 26, 2021.
  6. ^ "Mads Christiansen skifter til FHK". Fredericia Håndboldklub. Fredericia Håndboldklub. Retrieved March 26, 2021.
  7. ^ "Mark Strandgaard stopper i Aalborg Håndbold". Aalborg Håndbold. Aalborg Håndbold. February 22, 2021. Retrieved March 26, 2021.
  8. ^ "SCM-NEUZUGANG MAGNUS SAUGSTRUP: "ICH FREUE MICH AUF DIE BUNDESLIGA!"". SC Magdeburg. SC Magdeburg. November 4, 2020. Retrieved March 26, 2021.
  9. ^ "Mikkel Hansen skifter til Aalborg Håndbold". Aalborg Håndbold. Aalborg Håndbold. February 18, 2021. Retrieved March 26, 2021.

External linksEdit

Official website

Coordinates: 57°1′5″N 9°57′45″E / 57.01806°N 9.96250°E / 57.01806; 9.96250