H 65 Höör

Höörs HK H 65 is a Swedish women's handball club from Höör established in 1965.

H 65 Höör
Full nameHöörs Handbollsklubb H65
Short nameH65 Höör
Founded1965
ArenaBjörkvikshallen
Capacity600
PresidentKarl-Gustav Holmgren
Head coachOla Månsson
LeagueSvensk handbollselit (SHE)
2017-182nd
Club colours   
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Home
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Away
Website
Official site

In 2014 the team won the 2013–14 EHF Challenge Cup.

Location of H 65 Höör
Höör
Höör
Location of H 65 Höör

HistoryEdit

In 2011-2012, the team accessed to the Elitserien, the highest level in Sweden. In 2012-2013, the team takes part to the playoffs, eliminated by IK Sävehof in semifinals. They also reach the semifinals in the 2012–13 EHF Challenge Cup, beaten by Croatian team, ZRK Fantasyland Samobor.[1] In 2013-2014, they won their first European title, the 2013–14 EHF Challenge Cup, defeating Issy-Paris Hand.[2]

This season, they reach the final of the 2016–17 EHF Challenge Cup, playing against another Croatian team, HC Lokomotiva Zagreb.

During the 2016-2017 season, the club won the Swedish national women's team handball championship, defeating IK Sävehof, 27-25 in the final game.[3]

Sports Hall informationEdit

 
Home hall: Björkvikshallen

KitsEdit

TitlesEdit

European recordEdit

Season Competition Round Club 1st leg 2nd leg Aggregate
2016-17 Challenge Cup R3   Prosetecnisa Zuazo 31–25 20–21 51–46
1/8   HC Vardar SCJS 26–13 26–20 52–33
1/4   Mecalia Atletico Guardes 24–21 29–24 53–45
1/2   DHC Sokol Poruba 28–16 22–14 50–30
F   HC Lokomotiva Zagreb 19–23 21–24 40–47

TeamEdit

Current squadEdit

Squad for the 2018–19 season

TransfersEdit

Transfers for the 2020-21 season.

Former club membersEdit

Notable former playersEdit

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Challenge Cup: Samobor and Most reach the final". Retrieved 2017-04-17.
  2. ^ "Swedes snatch Challenge Cup on away goals". Archived from the original on 2014-09-18. Retrieved 2017-04-17.
  3. ^ "Höör bröt Sävehofs gulddynasti" (in Swedish). Dagens nyheter. 27 May 2017. Retrieved 27 May 2017.