HC Kuban Krasnodar

HC Kuban Krasnodar is a Russian women's handball team from Krasnodar competing in the Russian Super League.

HC Kuban Krasnodar
Full nameHC Kuban Krasnodar
Founded1973
ArenaOlymp Sports Palace, Krasnodar
Capacity3,000
PresidentIrina Smirnova (RUS)
Head coachDenis Sayfulin (RUS)
LeagueRussian Super League
2018–193rd
Club colours         
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Kuban enjoyed its golden era in the late 1980s, winning two Cup Winners' Cups in 1987 and 1988 by beating TSC Berlin and Vasas Budapest in the final, and reaching the 1990 European Cup's final, lost to Hypo Niederösterreich, after winning the 1989 Soviet Championship. Kuban also played a third unsuccessful Cup Winners' Cup final in 1989.[1]

Following the collapse of the Soviet Union Kuban won the transitional CIS Championship, but it hasn't been able to win the new Russian Super League to date. Between 1997 and 2000 the team was second to Istochnik Rostov and Aqva Volgograd, its best results. In 2000 it also reached its fourth Cup Winners' Cup's final, losing to Mar Valencia.[2]

Most recently Kuban was 6th in the 2016 championship.

Titles


European record

Season Competition Round Club 1st leg 2nd leg Aggregate
2016–17 EHF Cup R1 Nea Ionia 36–24 31–24 67–48
R2 Spono Eagles 35–23 38–28 73–51
R3 Hypo Niederösterreich 29–23 32–26 61–49
Group B Alba Fehérvár 31–26 31–24 1st place
Brest Bretagne 25–20 21–27
Leipzig 32–24 34–21
1/4 Bietigheim 26–33 31–26 57–59

Team

Current squad

Squad for the 2018–19 season

Transfers

Transfers for the 2018-2019

References

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