Spectacular Flensburg adds to Champions League excitement

EHF Champions League – Round 3 SG Flensburg´s Handewitt´s impressively outplayed the favorite, Paris Saint-Germain, and brought new excitement, not only to Group B, but to the entire Champions League. The match demonstrated that PSG are not as invincible as many think, considering their impressive squad. After round three, Vardar and Veszprém are now the only teams with maximum points. By Peter Br… »

No surprises

EHF Champions League (M) – Round 2 The second round of the Champions League ended without surprises.  A sensation was lurking at “Palau Blaugrana” in Barcelona, but just like the other favorites, FC B… »

“Cool to play with the Scandinavian gang”

INTERVIEW – The large number of Scandinavian players – and coach – in CSM Bucuresti played an important role in the decision of former Norwegian international, Marit Malm Frafjord, to leave Larvik for… »

PSG’s Power Play

MATCH REVIEW – Paris Saint-Germain were in charge at Sparkassen Arena, winning the first big match in Group B of the 2017/18 Champions League season, against THW Kiel. PSG were in control all the way, in a match that was dominated by two outstanding goalkeepers and a spectacular Sander Sagosen. By Peter Bruun Champions League Group B – Match of the Week THW Kiel vs Paris Saint-Germain Handball 22:… »

Preview Champions League 2017/18 (M) – The Dark Horses

By Peter Bruun Can Szeged emerge from Veszprém´s shadow? Standing in the shadow of Veszprém – in the Hungarian- as well as in the Champions League has been the role Pick Szeged has been accustomed to.… »

Preview Champions League 2017/18 (M): Zero Percent

By Peter Bruun Aalborg can only surprise It is for the fifth time, Aalborg participate in the Champions League. So far, two rounds of Last 16 have been their finest achievements, and it is a big quest… »

Preview Champions League 2017/18 (M): The Favorites

Will it be Paris´ year – finally? By Peter Bruun For the past two years, Paris Saint-Germain Handball have been considered among the top favorites to win the Champions League – so far without living up to the expectations, a disappointing fact, considering their impressive team roster. This season, it is impossible to not to see PSG as favorites again, despite their struggles at the FINAL4 over th… »

“I plan ahead all the time”

INTERVIEW – Thorir Hergeirsson, coach of Norway´s successful women´s team, is not only thinking about the upcoming qualifiers for the European- or the upcoming World Championship, in December. Already… »

Another easy day at the office

Just as expected, the final of Qualification Group 1 for the Women´s Champions League 2017/18 turned out to be a no contest between Vipers Kristiansand and Podravka Vegeta. Vipers enjoyed another easy… »

“Great to be back, but only for a while”

INTERVIEW – Kristine Lunde Borgersen enjoys to be back on the court, although her comeback was not planned at all. In this exclusive interview with stregspiller.com, the 37-year-old playing assistant coach of Vipers Kristiansand emphasizes that her return to the pitch will only last as long as playmaker Marta Tomac is sidelined. By Peter Bruun The Lunde sisters are back where it all started. The 3… »