Four in a row for Vardar?

Men´s Champions League – MATCH OF THE WEEK PREVIEW – Can Vardar Skopje prolong their impressive winning streak, when Rhein-Neckar Löwen visit Jane Sandanski Arena, on Saturday? By Peter Bruun Will Vardar book a fourth victory in succession, or will the Lions book their first win, on the road, in the 2018/19 edition of the  VELUX EHF Champions League? Ahead the clash in Skopje, her… »

FINAL4 – as soon as possible, please!

FEATURE – Odense HC realize that being debutants in the 2018/19 Women´s Champions League may be a tough gig, but at the same time, the team hailing from the hometown of Hans Christian Andersen´s has b… »

Advantage CSM!

Women´s EHF Champions League MATCH OF THE WEEK PREVIEW – The Women´s Champions League is throwing off Friday evening with a Group D match – CSM Bucuresti versus FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria. Reason enough… »

Filling the void

COLUMN – With Vardar out of competition, there is a vacancy at the Women´s FINAL4 in Budapest, in 2019. is taking a closer look at some of the possible candidates to fill the void. By Peter Bruun After the 2017/18 season, the project “Vardar Skopje” has become part of women´s handball history. Having participated in all FINAL4´s of the Champions League, the Macedonian club decide… »

Can Martin maintain pole position?

FEATURE – Ambros Martín is number one of´s ranking of the Top 5 coaches in the Women´s Champions League. However, the question remains if he can maintain this position when facing new… »

#GoldenLeague – Lessons Learned

ANALYSIS – takes a close-up on the current form of the four teams participating in the recent Golden League, based on their performances in Denmark. By Chris O’Reilly and Peter Bruun… »

Fatal Attraction

OPINION – When the termination of coach Ljubomir Vranjes (Veszprém) was announced on Monday afternoon, it was one of the least surprising news. The 27:25 defeat at home against Vardar in the VELUX EHF Champions League the day before, had broken the camel’s back. Management took charge and cut the ties between Vranjes and Veszprém, a relationship that just wasn’t a match made in heaven. By Peter Br… »

#GoldenLeague – What the coaches said

As the season’s first national team week came to a close in Horsens, the coaches of Norway, Denmark, France and Poland spoke about what they learned from this week, the progress their team made and wh… »

Norway meet expectations

ANALYSIS – Norway lived up to the expectations and won the Golden League, defeating the Danish hosts on the last match day. The last round of play in Horsens also showed a Polish squad that’s progress… »

Player Ratings – Norway vs Denmark

By Chris O’Reilly The final match at this weekend’s Golden League in Denmark saw the hosts fall to Norway in an entertaining Scandinavian derby. Defending EHF EURO champions Norway claimed a 25:20 win after a dominant second half display, their best performance of the weekend, to end the tournament unbeaten. Here are the ratings for Sunday afternoon’s clash in Horsens, with all players significant… »