Aalborg Handball ( Danish: Aalborg Håndbold) is a handball club from Aalborg, Denmark that competes in the Danish Handball League. Aalborg Håndbold play their home games in the Gigantium arena in Aalborg - known as Jutlander Bank Arena for sponsorship reasons. Aalborg Håndbold has won 6 Danish Championships and 1 Danish Cup.
Former Club Names. 2020/21 Aalborg Håndbold ... 2013/14 Aalborg Handball 2003/04 AaB Handbold Aalborg 2002/03 Aalborg HSH ApS Show all ...
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Forside - Aalborg Håndbold. Sikker sejr efter god anden halvleg. Efter en noget vaklende første halvleg skiftede vi gear efter pausen og sikrede os en sikker sejr på 36-27 i dagens HTH Herreliga-hjemmekamp mod Skive fH. Dagens Kamp: Aalborg Håndbold - Skive fH. Skive fH er næste udfordring. Aalborg Håndbold støtter Knæk Cancer.
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Aalborg HK previous match was against Kungälvs HK in Club Friendlies, Women, match ended with result 22 - 27 (Aalborg HK won the match). Aalborg HK fixtures tab is showing last 100 Handball matches with statistics and win/lose icons. There are also all Aalborg HK scheduled matches that they are going to play in the future.
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Aalborg DH was promoted to the top league in Denmark in 2002-2003. The club finished second in the top league once, and obtained third place in 2005-2006. In the 2005-2006 season the club reached the semi final in the Women's EHF Champions League . Aalborg DH was 3 Sept. 2013 declared bankrupt.
Danish club Aalborg are on the rise, as shown by their signing of three-time world player of the year Hansen, and make their first ever EHF Champions League semi-final appearance in Cologne, while PSG are old hands at this stage.
DUBAI: Aalborg on Wednesday defeated Saudi’s Al-Wehda 38-27 at King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah to join European handball champions Barcelona, who beat Zamalek, in the semifinals of the 2021 ...