Odense Håndbold

Odense Håndbold (in its first season: Odense GOG and after that Handball Club Odense) is a Danish women's handball team, that plays in Damehåndboldligaen, Denmark's premier women's handball league. It was created in August 2009 and took over GOG Svendborg TGI's license for the league, which was published in a press meeting August 27, 2009 in Odense Idrætshal. They changed their name to Odense Håndbold (Odense Handball) before the beginning of the 2016/2017 season.[1]

Odense Håndbold
Full nameOdense Håndbold
Short nameOdense
FoundedAugust 2009
ArenaSydbank Arena
Capacity2,300
PresidentLars Peter Hermansen
Head coachUlrik Kirkely
CaptainKamilla Larsen
LeagueHTH Ligaen
2020-211st
Club colours   
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Home
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Website
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Location of Odense Håndbold
Odense Håndbold
Odense Håndbold
Location of Odense Håndbold

The team's home court is Sydbank Arena in the city of Odense and they play in orange shirts and black shorts.

They are currently competing in the 2021–22 Women's EHF Champions League.

KitsEdit

AchievementsEdit

StadiumEdit

TeamEdit

Current squadEdit

Squad for the 2021–22 season

TransfersEdit

Transfers for the 2021–22 season

Technical staffEdit

  •   Head coach: Ulrik Kirkely
  •   Assistant coach: Kristian Danielsen, Karen Brødsgaard
  •   Goalkeeping coach: Frederik Skou Hansen
  •   Team Leader: Trine Trampedach
  •   Team Leader: Lilian Maag
  •   Physiotherapist: Anja David Greve
  •   Physiotherapist: Berit Duus
  •   Physiotherapist: Maj Tornøe Johansen

Previous squadsEdit

Notable former playersEdit

StatisticsEdit

Top scorers in the EHF Champions LeagueEdit

(All-Time) – Last updated on 2 October 2021[2]
Rank Name Seasons

played

Goals
1   Freja Cohrt 3 100
2   Mie Højlund 3 96
3   Lois Abbingh 1 84
4   Jéssica Quintino 2 59
5   Nycke Groot 1 50
6   Mette Tranborg 1 44
7   Ingvild Bakkerud 1 43
8   Mia Rej 1 42
9   Rikke Iversen 2 41
10   Nadia Offendal 1 39

European recordEdit

Champions LeagueEdit

Season Competition Round Club 1st leg 2nd leg Aggregate
2018-19 Champions League Group Matches
(Group A)
  Metz Handball 19–19 26–41 3rd place
  ŽRK Budućnost 22–26 28–31
  Larvik HK 27–23 33–25
Main Round
(Group 1)
  Rostov-Don 26–30 19–25 4th place
  København Håndbold 25–23 24–24
  Brest Bretagne Handball 28–24 29–24
Quarter-finals   Győri Audi ETO KC 28–29 21–33 49–62
2020-21 Champions League Group stage
(Group B)
  SCM Râmnicu Vâlcea 30–21 25–26 4th place
  Győri Audi ETO KC 25–32 32–32
  ŽRK Budućnost 30–21 24–27
  Borussia Dortmund 32–27 24–32
  CSKA Moscow 23–27 26–25
  Brest Bretagne Handball 24–31 21–32
  RK Podravka Koprivnica 33–17 35–20
Round of 16   Vipers Kristiansand 26–30 36–35 62–65
2021–22 Champions League Group stage
(Group B)
  CSKA Moscow
  Vipers Kristiansand
  RK Krim Mercator
  Győri Audi ETO KC
  Metz Handball 21–27
  Kastamonu Bld. GSK 25–31
  IK Sävehof 37–31

EHF CupEdit

Season Competition Round Club 1st leg 2nd leg Aggregate
2019–20 EHF Cup Round 2   DHC Slavia Prague 34–25 38–14 72–39
Round 3   ESBF Besançon 25–23 32–29 57–52
Group stage
(Group C)
  MKS Perła Lublin 35–18 33–20 1st place
  Érd HC 31–24 28–27
  CS Gloria 2018 Bistrița-Năsăud 25–19 23–25
Quarterfinals   HC Lada 34–30 28–31 62–61
Semifinals   Siófok KC Cancelled

Cup Winners' CupEdit

Season Competition Round Club 1st leg 2nd leg Aggregate
2013–14 Cup Winners' Cup Round 2   WHC Metalurg 30–17 30–24 60–41
Round 3   Cercle Dijon Bourgogne 24–22 25–19 49–41
Last 16   Hypo Niederösterreich 23–27 27–28 50–55
2014–15 Cup Winners' Cup Round 3   Randers HK 28–28 26–30 54–58

Kit manufacturersEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Odense Håndbold (10 August 2016). "HC Odense ændrer navn til Odense Håndbold". odensehaandbold.dk (in Danish). Archived from the original on 30 October 2016. Retrieved 29 October 2016.
  2. ^ "Odense Handbold". European Handball Federation.

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