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SEHA League

South East Handball Association League or simply SEHA League is a regional men's club handball league in Southeast Europe, featuring teams from Belarus, Croatia, Hungary, North Macedonia, Serbia, Slovakia, and Ukraine. Due to sponsorship reasons, the league is also known as the Gazprom League (or Gazprom South Stream League earlier). The league exists alongside scaled-down national leagues of the participating nations and all of SEHA League teams join their respective country's own competitions in late spring after the SEHA League regular season and post-season have been completed. The league's headquarters are in Zagreb, Croatia, and the league's president is Mihajlo Mihajlovski Vardar's ex-chairman. 2011–12 was the first season of the competition, with Vardar from Skopje becoming the first champions.

SEHA Liga
СЕХА Лига
Current season, competition or edition:
2020–21 SEHA League
CountriesBelarus
Croatia
Hungary
North Macedonia
Serbia
Slovakia
Ukraine
Bosnia and Herzegovina (former)
China (former)
Montenegro (former)
Romania (former)
Russia (former)
Slovenia (former)
ConfederationEHF
Founded2011; 10 years ago (2011)
Number of teams10
Current champions Telekom Veszprém (4th title)
Most championships Vardar 1961 (5 titles)

Contents

The initiative for establishing the regional South-East European handball league was presented during the first half of 2011. After the idea of forming a Regional Sparkasse League failed, during July 2011 it was agreed that the first season of the SEHA League would start in September of the same year.

In the first season of SEHA League, 12 clubs took part, but their number reduced during the following years. In the 2020–21 season, there are 10 clubs from 7 countries.

The league is based on a regular season and the Final Four, in which the four best placed clubs from the regular season participate.

The most successful participants of the SEHA League during its first eight seasons is Vardar with five titles. Vardar became the first team with more than one title when it won the 2013–14 edition.

Below is the list of clubs that are members of the 2020–21 SEHA League season.


Results by season

Below is the list of winners, finalists and other participants of Final four SEHA tournaments.

Year Host Final Match for third place
Champion Score Second Place Third Place Score Fourth Place
2011–12
Details
Zagreb
Vardar
21–18
Metalurg

Zagreb
31–29
Tatran Prešov
2012–13
Details
Skopje
Zagreb
25–24
a.e.t.

Vardar

Metalurg
26–21
Meshkov Brest
2013–14
Details
Novi Sad
Vardar
29–27
Meshkov

Zagreb
36–28
Tatran
2014–15
Details
Veszprém
Veszprém
32–21
Meshkov

Zagreb
26–23
Vardar
2015–16
Details
Varaždin
Veszprém
28–26
Vardar

PPD Zagreb
24−23
Meshkov Brest
2016–17
Details
Brest
Vardar
26–21
Veszprém

Meshkov Brest
23−19
PPD Zagreb
2017–18
Details
Skopje
Vardar
26–24
PPD Zagreb

Celje
31–28
Meshkov Brest
2018–19
Details
Brest
Vardar
26–23
PPD Zagreb

Meshkov Brest
24–19
Nexe
2019–20
Details
Zadar
Telekom Veszprém
35–27
Vardar

Meshkov Brest
29–24
PPD Zagreb
2020–21
Details
Zadar
Telekom Veszprém
27–27
(pen. 4–2)

PPD Zagreb

Motor Zaporizhzhia
31–20
Meshkov Brest

Hosts

Year Final four host Hall Date Attendance Final (att.)
2011–12 Zagreb Arena Zagreb 14–15 April 2012 5,500 1,500
2012–13 Skopje Boris Trajkovski Sports Center 12–13 April 2013 13,450 5,500
2013–14 Novi Sad SPC Vojvodina 11–13 April 2014 15,710 5,160
2014–15 Veszprém Veszprém Aréna 25–29 March 2015 16,100 5,000
2015–16 Varaždin Varaždin Arena 1–3 April 2016 20,611 5,486
2016–17 Brest Universal Sports Complex Victoria 7–9 April 2017 12,150 2,750
2017–18 Skopje Jane Sandanski Arena 13–15 April 2018 16,650 6,000
2018–19 Brest Universal Sports Complex Victoria 2–3 April 2019 11,135 3,210
2019–20 Zadar Krešimir Ćosić Hall 4–6 September 2020 2,000 500
2020–21 Zadar Krešimir Ćosić Hall 3–5 September 2021

By club

Club Won Runner-up Years won Years runner-up
Vardar
5
3
2012, 2014, 2017, 2018, 2019 2013, 2016, 2020
Veszprém
4
1
2015, 2016, 2020, 2021 2017
Zagreb
1
3
2013 2018, 2019, 2021
Meshkov
0
2
2014, 2015
Metalurg
0
1
2012
Total 10 10

By country

Club / Nation Won Runner-up Finals
North Macedonia
5
4
9
Hungary
4
1
5
Croatia
1
3
4
Belarus
0
2
2
Total 10 10 20

Participating clubs

Correct as of the 2020–21 SEHA League season.
Bold indicates the winning years.

Club Seasons Years
Vardar 1961
10
2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021
PPD Zagreb
10
2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021
Tatran Prešov
10
2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021
Nexe Našice
10
2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021
Meshkov Brest
9
2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021
RK Metalurg Skopje
7
2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019
RK Vojvodina
7
2014, 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021
Borac
5
2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
Telekom Veszprém
5
2015, 2016, 2017, 2020, 2021
Izviđač
4
2012, 2013, 2017, 2019
Lovćen
3
2012, 2013, 2014
Metaloplastika
3
2012, 2020, 2021
Celje
2
2017, 2018
Gorenje
2
2017, 2018
RK Eurofarm Pelister
2
2020, 2021
Motor Zaporizhzhia
2
2020, 2021
Bosna
1
2012
Crvena zvezda
1
2012
Sutjeska
1
2012
Sloga
1
2013
Partizan
1
2014
Radnički
1
2015
Maks Strumica
1
2016
Spartak Vojput
1
2016
Dinamo Pančevo
1
2018
CSA Steaua București
1
2019
Železničar
1
2019
Beijing Sport University
1
2020
Spartak Moscow
1
2020

SEHA League
SEHA League Article Talk Language Watch Edit South East Handball Association League or simply SEHA League is a regional men s club handball league in Southeast Europe featuring teams from Belarus Croatia Hungary North Macedonia Serbia Slovakia and Ukraine Due to sponsorship reasons the league is also known as the Gazprom League or Gazprom South Stream League earlier The league exists alongside scaled down national leagues of the participating nations and all of SEHA League teams join their respective country s own competitions in late spring after the SEHA League regular season and post season have been completed The league s headquarters are in Zagreb Croatia and the league s president is Mihajlo Mihajlovski Vardar s ex chairman 2011 12 was the first season of the competition with Vardar from Skopje becoming the first champions SEHA Liga SEHA LigaCurrent season competition or edition 2020 21 SEHA LeagueCountries Belarus Croatia Hungary North Macedonia Serbia Slovakia Ukraine Bosnia and Herzegovina former China former Montenegro former Romania former Russia former Slovenia former ConfederationEHFFounded2011 10 years ago 2011 Number of teams10Current championsTelekom Veszprem 4th title Most championshipsVardar 1961 5 titles Contents 1 History of the league 2 2020 21 season 3 Final Four tournaments 3 1 Results by season 3 2 Hosts 4 Records and statistics 4 1 By club 4 2 By country 4 3 Participating clubs 5 External linksHistory of the league EditThe initiative for establishing the regional South East European handball league was presented during the first half of 2011 After the idea of forming a Regional Sparkasse League failed during July 2011 it was agreed that the first season of the SEHA League would start in September of the same year In the first season of SEHA League 12 clubs took part but their number reduced during the following years In the 2020 21 season there are 10 clubs from 7 countries The league is based on a regular season and the Final Four in which the four best placed clubs from the regular season participate The most successful participants of the SEHA League during its first eight seasons is Vardar with five titles Vardar became the first team with more than one title when it won the 2013 14 edition 2020 21 season EditBelow is the list of clubs that are members of the 2020 21 SEHA League season Country Team City Venue Capacity Belarus Meshkov Brest Brest Universal Sports Complex Victoria 3 740 Croatia Nexe Nasice Sportska dvorana kralja Tomislava 2 500 PPD Zagreb Zagreb Dom sportova 2 3 100 Hungary Telekom Veszprem Veszprem Veszprem Arena 5 096 North Macedonia Eurofarm Pelister Bitola Sports Hall Boro Curlevski 3 700 Vardar 1961 Skopje Jane Sandanski Arena 6 500 Serbia Metaloplastika Sabac Zorka Hall 3 000 Vojvodina Novi Sad Sportski centar Slana Bara 2 000 Slovakia Tatran Presov Presov Tatran Handball Arena 4 870 Ukraine Motor Zaporizhzhia Zaporizhzhia Yunost Sport Hall 3 600 Final Four tournaments EditResults by season Edit Below is the list of winners finalists and other participants of Final four SEHA tournaments Year Host Final Match for third placeChampion Score Second Place Third Place Score Fourth Place2011 12 Details Zagreb Vardar 21 18 Metalurg Zagreb 31 29 Tatran Presov2012 13 Details Skopje Zagreb 25 24 a e t Vardar Metalurg 26 21 Meshkov Brest2013 14 Details Novi Sad Vardar 29 27 Meshkov Zagreb 36 28 Tatran2014 15 Details Veszprem Veszprem 32 21 Meshkov Zagreb 26 23 Vardar2015 16 Details Varazdin Veszprem 28 26 Vardar PPD Zagreb 24 23 Meshkov Brest2016 17 Details Brest Vardar 26 21 Veszprem Meshkov Brest 23 19 PPD Zagreb2017 18 Details Skopje Vardar 26 24 PPD Zagreb Celje 31 28 Meshkov Brest2018 19 Details Brest Vardar 26 23 PPD Zagreb Meshkov Brest 24 19 Nexe2019 20 Details Zadar Telekom Veszprem 35 27 Vardar Meshkov Brest 29 24 PPD Zagreb2020 21 Details Zadar Telekom Veszprem 27 27 pen 4 2 PPD Zagreb Motor Zaporizhzhia 31 20 Meshkov BrestHosts Edit Year Final four host Hall Date Attendance Final att 2011 12 Zagreb Arena Zagreb 14 15 April 2012 5 500 1 5002012 13 Skopje Boris Trajkovski Sports Center 12 13 April 2013 13 450 5 5002013 14 Novi Sad SPC Vojvodina 11 13 April 2014 15 710 5 1602014 15 Veszprem Veszprem Arena 25 29 March 2015 16 100 5 0002015 16 Varazdin Varazdin Arena 1 3 April 2016 20 611 5 4862016 17 Brest Universal Sports Complex Victoria 7 9 April 2017 12 150 2 7502017 18 Skopje Jane Sandanski Arena 13 15 April 2018 16 650 6 0002018 19 Brest Universal Sports Complex Victoria 2 3 April 2019 11 135 3 2102019 20 Zadar Kresimir Cosic Hall 4 6 September 2020 2 000 5002020 21 Zadar Kresimir Cosic Hall 3 5 September 2021Records and statistics EditBy club Edit Club Won Runner up Years won Years runner up Vardar 5 3 2012 2014 2017 2018 2019 2013 2016 2020 Veszprem 4 1 2015 2016 2020 2021 2017 Zagreb 1 3 2013 2018 2019 2021 Meshkov 0 2 2014 2015 Metalurg 0 1 2012Total 10 10By country Edit Club Nation Won Runner up Finals North Macedonia 5 4 9 Hungary 4 1 5 Croatia 1 3 4 Belarus 0 2 2Total 10 10 20Participating clubs Edit Correct as of the 2020 21 SEHA League season Bold indicates the winning years Club Seasons Years Vardar 1961 10 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 PPD Zagreb 10 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Tatran Presov 10 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Nexe Nasice 10 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Meshkov Brest 9 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 RK Metalurg Skopje 7 2012 2013 2014 2015 2017 2018 2019 RK Vojvodina 7 2014 2015 2016 2018 2019 2020 2021 Borac 5 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Telekom Veszprem 5 2015 2016 2017 2020 2021 Izviđac 4 2012 2013 2017 2019 Lovcen 3 2012 2013 2014 Metaloplastika 3 2012 2020 2021 Celje 2 2017 2018 Gorenje 2 2017 2018 RK Eurofarm Pelister 2 2020 2021 Motor Zaporizhzhia 2 2020 2021 Bosna 1 2012 Crvena zvezda 1 2012 Sutjeska 1 2012 Sloga 1 2013 Partizan 1 2014 Radnicki 1 2015 Maks Strumica 1 2016 Spartak Vojput 1 2016 Dinamo Pancevo 1 2018 CSA Steaua București 1 2019 Zeleznicar 1 2019 Beijing Sport University 1 2020 Spartak Moscow 1 2020External links EditOfficial website Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title SEHA League amp oldid 1042749309, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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