Greek Men's Handball Cup

The Greek Handball Cup is the second more important competition of Greek handball. The Cup is organised by the Hellenic Handball Federation (Greek: ΟΧΕ). The first Cup took place in 1982–83 season. The most successful team of the competition is Filippos Veria who have won six cups.[1] The last cup has been won by Olympiacos.

Greek Handball Cup
SportHandball
Founded1982
FounderHellenic Handball Federation
CountryGreece
Most recent
champion(s)
Olympiacos Piraeus (2nd title)
Most titlesFilippos Veria (6 titles)
Domestic cup(s)Greek Championship
Official websitewww.handball.org.gr

WinnersEdit

Year Winner Score Runner up Stadium Location
1983 V.A.O. 19–16 Athinaikos Panellinios Indoor Hall Athens
1984 V.A.O. 21–19 Archelaos Katerinis Nea Smyrni Indoor Hall Athens
1985 Filippos Veria 20–19 Nea Elvetia Ilissia Indoor Hall Athens
1986 Ionikos Nea Filadelphia 23–21 ASE Douka Ilissia Indoor Hall Athens
1987 Ionikos Nea Filadelphia 31–20 ASE Douka Ilissia Indoor Hall Athens
1988 Ionikos Nea Filadelphia 23–19 Athinaikos Ilissia Indoor Hall Athens
1989 Ionikos Nea Filadelphia 22–19 Filippos Veria Mets Indoor Hall Athens
1990 Archelaos Katerinis 27–21 ASE Douka Mets Indoor Hall Athens
1991 Filippos Veria 30–23 ESN Vrilissia Mets Indoor Hall Athens
1992 Filippos Veria 28–24 GE Veria Dimitris Vikelas Hall Veria
1993 Ionikos Nea Filadelphia 34–33 overtime
(regular match 30–30)
Archelaos Katerinis Vyronas Indoor Hall Athens
1994 Archelaos Katerinis 27–25 Ionikos Nea Filadelphia Mikra National Gym Thessaloniki
1995 AS Xini 30–29 overtime
(regular match 22–22,
1st overtime 26–26)
Filippos Veria Ilissia Indoor Hall Athens
1996 ESN Vrilissia 22–21 Archelaos Katerinis Neapoli Indoor Hall Thessaloniki
1997 Athinaikos 26–24 AS Xini Mets Indoor Hall Athens
1998 ASE Douka 29–25 overtime
(regular match 23-23)
Athinaikos Ilissia Indoor Hall Athens
1999 ASE Douka 21–18 GAS Kilkis Kilkis Arena Kilkis
2000 Panellinios 24–18 Archelaos Katerinis Agia Varvara Indoor Arena Athens
2001 Panellinios 20–16 Ionikos Nea Filadelphia Loutraki Indoor Hall Athens
2002 Panellinios 20–17 Ionikos Nea Filadelphia Kerkyra Indoor Hall Corfu
2003 Filippos Veria 32–31 overtime
(regular match 25–25,
1st overtime 29–29)
Ionikos Nea Filadelphia Ilioupoli Indoor Hall Athens
2004 GAS Kilkis 29–27 ASE Douka Dimitris Tofalos Arena Patras
2005 Athinaikos 25–19 GAS Kilkis Katerini Indoor Hall Katerini
2006 Athinaikos 26–24 Panellinios Kerkyra Indoor Hall Corfu
2007 Filippos Veria 29–26 Panellinios Mets Indoor Hall Athens
2008 ASE Douka 25–24 Panellinios Dimitris Vikelas Hall Veria
2009 AEK 33–31 overtime
(regular match 27–27,
1st overtime 30–30)
Filippos Veria Serres Indoor Arena Serres
2010a ASE Douka 26–23 ESN Vrilissia Vyronas Indoor Hall Athens
2011 ESN Vrilissia 19–18 AEK Kladissos Arena Chania
2012 PAOK 25–24 AEK Dimitris Tofalos Arena Patras
2013 AEK 27–23 PAOK Kerkyra Indoor Hall Corfu
2014 AEK 18–16 Diomidis Argous Ano Liosia Olympic Hall Athens
2015 PAOK 29–27 AEK PAOK Sports Arena Thessaloniki
2016 Filippos Veria 21–19 ASE Douka Loutraki Indoor Hall Loutraki
2017 PAOK 25–23 Panellinios Lefkovrisi Indoor Hall Kozani
2018 Olympiacos Piraeus 26–22 ASE Douka Glyfada Indoor Hall Athens
2019 Olympiacos Piraeus 23–13 AEK Koukouli Indoor Hall Patras
2020 - Cancelled AEK
Diomidis Argous
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Performance by clubEdit

Club Cups Cup's year Finalist
Filippos Veria 6 1985, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2007, 2016 3
Ionikos Nea Philadelphia 5 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1993 4
ASE Douka 4 1998, 1999, 2008, 2010 6
AEK 3 2009, 2013, 2014 5*
Panellinios 3 2000, 2001, 2002 4
Athinaikos 3 1997, 2005, 2006 3
PAOK 3 2012, 2015, 2017 1
Archelaos Katerini 2 1990, 1994 4
ESN Vrilissia 2 1996, 2011 2
V.A.O. 2 1983, 1984
Olympiacos Piraeus 2 2018, 2019
GAS Kilkis 1 2004 2
AS Xini 1 1995 1
AC Diomidis Argous 2*
Nea Elvetia 1
GE Veria 1
  • On 2020, AEK and Diomidis Argous qualified to the final, but canceled because of COVID-19.

Super CupEdit

Season Champion Score Cup Winner
1999 Ionikos Nea Philadelphia 26–20 ASE Douka

NotesEdit

  • ^a This season the semifinal among AEK and PAOK was interrupted because of riots in the stadium.[2] So the winner came out by second semifinal.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "All time cup winners". Greek handball federation's official website. Retrieved 12 June 2020.
  2. ^ "Fans hurt in Greek handball riot". bbc.co.uk. Retrieved 26 July 2013.
  3. ^ "Τιμωρία στους δικέφαλους, τελικός Δούκας-Βριλήσσια". contra.gr. Retrieved 26 July 2013.

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