CE Handbol Marítim

Club Esportiu Handbol Marítim, also known as Valencia Aicequip, was a Spanish women's handball club from Valencia. In 2012 became the successor of national powerhouse BM Sagunto.[1]

CE Handbol Marítim
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Full nameClub Esportiu Handbol Marítim
Short nameValencia Aicequip
Founded1997
DissolvedJune 2013
ArenaEl Cabanyal, Valencia
Capacity1,200
PresidentManolo Gómez (ESP)
Head coachNatalya Morskova (ESP)
2012–13División de Honor, 10th
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The club was disbanded in June 2013 due to large debts inherited from the BM Sagunto period. Its sports rights were transferred to new created club Club Handbol Canyamelar. [2]

Season to seasonEdit

Season Tier Division Pos. Notes
1997–98 3 2ª Nacional 1st Promoted
1998–99 2 1ª Nacional 2nd (Group B) Promoted
1999–00 1 División de Honor 7th (Group B) Relegated
2000–01 2 1ª Nacional 1st (Group B) Promoted
2001–02 1 División de Honor 8th (Group B) Relegated
2002–03 2 1ª Nacional 1st (Group B) Promoted
2003–04 1 División de Honor 12th
2004–05 1 División de Honor 9th
2005–06 1 División de Honor 13th Relegated
Season Tier Division Pos. Notes
2006–07 2 1ª Nacional 1st (Group B)
2007–08 2 1ª Nacional 2nd (Group B)
2008–09 2 1ª Nacional 2nd (Group B)
2009–10 2 1ª Nacional 4th (Group B)
2010–11 3 1ª Nacional 3rd Promoted
2011–12 2 División de Plata 2nd (Group B) Promoted
2012–13 1 División de Honor 10th Disbanded

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Domínguez, M (6 September 2012). "El Aicequip Marítim resucita el balonmano femenino en Valencia". levante-emv.com. Levante-EMV. Retrieved 9 February 2019.
  2. ^ Valencia Aicequip disbanded, Canyamelar Valencia replaces it Super Deporte, June 16, 2013 (in Spanish)

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