Baltic Handball League

Baltic Handball League is a handball league, where participate the strongest clubs from Baltic states. The league is organized by Baltic Handball Association.[1] The league is established in the beginning of 1990s.[2]

Participated clubsEdit

Participated clubs (as of 2020):

  1. Põlva Serviti
  2. ZRHK Tenax Dobele
  3. VHC Šviesa
  4. Celtnieks Rīga
  5. Dragūnas Klaipėda
  6. HC Kehra / Horizon Pulp & Paper
  7. Viljandi HC
  8. Varsa-Stronglasas Alytus
  9. Granitas Kaunas
  10. SK Tapa / N.R. Energy
  11. SK Latgols Ludza
  12. HK Ogre.[1]

WinnersEdit

  • 1993 SKA Minsk
  • 1994 SKA Minsk
  • 1995 SKA Minsk
  • 1996 SKA Minsk
  • 1997 SKA Minsk
  • 1998 SKA Minsk
  • 1999 SKA Minsk
  • 2000 SKA Minsk
  • 2001 SKA Minsk
  • 2002 HK ASK Riga
  • 2003 HK ASK Riga
  • 2004 HK ASK Riga
  • 2005 GK Newa St. Petersburg
  • 2006 HC Kehra
  • 2007 HK ASK Riga
  • 2008 Põlva Serviti
  • 2009 HC Dinamo Minsk
  • 2010 Põlva Serviti
  • 2011 HC Kehra
  • 2012 HC Kehra
  • 2013 SKA Minsk
  • 2014 SKA Minsk
  • 2015 SKA Minsk
  • 2016 Riihimaen Cocks
  • 2017 Riihimaen Cocks
  • 2018 Riihimaen Cocks
  • 2019 Riihimaen Cocks
  • 2020 postponed
  • 2021 HC Dragūnas Klaipėda

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Baltic Handball League". baltichandball.net. Retrieved 3 December 2020.
  2. ^ "Association". baltichandball.net. Retrieved 3 December 2020.

External linksEdit