Spono Eagles

Spono Eagles is a Swiss women's handball club from Nottwil founded in 1971. Reaching the Swiss Premium League in 1988, it has been a regular in EHF competitions since the 1990s, and it won three national championships between 2000 and 2006.[1] Spono's best international results to date were reaching the Round of 16 of the EHF Cup and the Challenge Cup. In its three appearances in the Champions League it was defeated in the first qualifying round. 2015 they changed the name from Spono Nottwil to Spono Eagles.

Spono Eagles
Full nameSpono Eagles
Founded1971
ArenaSchweizerisches Paraplegikerzentrum, Nottwil
Capacity1,200
Head coachMirko Funke (SWI)
LeagueSpar Premium League
2021–22Champions
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Away
Website
Official site
Location of Spono Eagles
Nottwil
Nottwil
Location of Spono Eagles

TitlesEdit

European recordEdit

Season Competition Round Club 1st leg 2nd leg Aggregate
2016–17 EHF Cup R1   KHF Pristina 41–14 30–16 71–30
R2   HC Kuban Krasnodar 23–35 28–38 51–73
2017–18 Challenge Cup R3   Zagnosspor 28–35 20–23 48–58
2019–20 EHF Cup R1   IUVENTA Michalovce 25–32 25–31 50–63
2020–21 EHF Cup Round 3   Wacker Thun 30–17
Last 16   JuRo Urinek BV (walkover)
Quarterfinals   DHC Slavia Prague (walkover)
2021–22 EHF Cup Round 3   KH Vushtrria 41–6 42–14 83–20
Last 16   H 71 Handball 26–36 31–29 57–65
2022–23 EHF European League R2   Fana

TeamEdit

Current squadEdit

Squad for the 2021–22 season[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ List of champions Archived 2012-05-24 at the Wayback Machine in the Swiss Handball Federation
  2. ^ "Spono Eagles Team". eurohandball.com. Retrieved 5 August 2022.

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