Handball League of Serbia

The Handball League of Serbia (Serbian: Рукометна лига Србије / Rukometna liga Srbije) is the top men's handball league in Serbia. It was founded in 2006. From 2010, the league is also known as Merkur osiguranje Handball Superleague for sponsorship reasons.

Merkur osiguranje Handball Superleague of Serbia
Меркур осигурање рукометна суперлига Србије
Merkur osiguranje rukometna superliga Srbije
Current season, competition or edition:
2017–18 season
Merkur osiguranje Handball Superleague logo
Countries Serbia
Confederation EHF (Europe)
Founded2006
Number of teams14
International cup(s)EHF Champions League
EHF Cup
Current championsVojvodina
(8th title)
Most championshipsCrvena zvezda
Partizan
(9 titles)
Websitesrls.rs (in Serbian)

Rules

Competition format

The league is operated by the Handball Federation of Serbia. It is composed of 12 teams.

Current teams

Šamot 65
Vojvodina
Dinamo
Požarevac
Spartak
Mokra Gora
Belgrade
Belgrade clubs:
Location of teams in the 2017–18 Handball Superleague

The following 14 clubs compete in the Handball Superleague during the 2017–18 season.

Team City Arena Capacity
Crvena zvezda Belgrade SC Šumice 1,300
Dinamo Pančevo SH Strelište 1,100
Jugović Kać Hram Sport Hall 2,000
Metaloplastika Šabac Hala Zorka 2,300
Mokra Gora Zubin Potok SRC Mokra Gora 800
Obilić Belgrade SC Voždovac 2,300
Partizan Belgrade SC Banjica 2,000
Požarevac Požarevac SC Požarevac 2,500
Rudar Kostolac SC Kostolac 1,000
Sloga Požega SC Požega 1,300
Spartak Vojput Subotica SC Subotica 3,000
Šamot 65 Aranđelovac SC Šumadija 1,540
Vojvodina Novi Sad SC Slana Bara 1,500
Železničar 1949 Niš Čair Sports Center 4,000


Teams that play in the 2017–18 SEHA League

List of champions

Handball League of Serbia (Super Rukometna liga Srbije)
season Champion second third
2006–07 Crvena zvezda Partizan Proleter
2007–08 Crvena zvezda Kolubara Proleter
2008–09 Partizan Kolubara Crvena zvezda
2009–10 Kolubara Crvena zvezda Metaloplastika
2010–11 Partizan Crvena zvezda Kolubara
2011–12 Partizan Vojvodina Radnički
2012–13 Vojvodina Partizan Vrbas
2013–14 Vojvodina Radnički Metaloplastika
2014–15 Vojvodina Spartak Vojput Metaloplastika
2015–16 Vojvodina Metaloplastika Partizan
2016–17 Vojvodina Dinamo Pančevo Crvena zvezda
2017–18 Vojvodina Železničar 1949 Partizan
2018–19 Vojvodina Metaloplastika Železničar 1949

Performances

In Serbia

Club Titles Seasons
Vojvodina 7 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
Partizan 3 2009, 2011, 2012
Crvena zvezda 2 2007, 2008
Kolubara 1 2010

All-time

Team Championships Years Won
Crvena zvezda9 1955, 1956, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008
Partizan9 1993, 1994, 1995, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2009, 2011, 2012
Vojvodina8 2005, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
Metaloplastika7 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988
Proleter2 1990, 1992
Crvenka1 1969
Kolubara1 2010

In European competitions

EHF coefficient ranking

Serbian handball clubs in European competitions

EHF Champions League
Ex. European Cup

ClubWinnerYears
Metaloplastika
2
1985, 1986

EHF Challenge Cup
Ex. European City Cup

ClubWinnerYears
Jugović
1
2001

Sponsorships and broadcasting rights

National Cup

FR Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro and Serbia national cups

Year Winner Runner-up
1993.PartizanProleter
1994.PartizanCrvena Zvezda
1995.Crvena ZvezdaProleter
1996.Crvena ZvezdaMornar Bar
1997.Železničar NišSintelon
1998.PartizanLovćen
1999.Železničar NišPartizan
2000.SintelonCrvena Zvezda
2001.PartizanLovćen
2002.LovćenSintelon
2003.LovćenPartizan
2004.Crvena ZvezdaPartizan
2005.VojvodinaLovćen
2006.VojvodinaPartizan
2007.PartizanJugović
2008.PartizanKolubara
2009.KolubaraPartizan
2010.KolubaraCrvena Zvezda
2011.VojvodinaCrvena Zvezda
2012.PartizanSpartak Vojput
2013.PartizanZaječar
2014.Železničar NišCrvena Zvezda
2015.VojvodinaSpartak Vojput
2016.MetaloplastikaVojvodina
2017.Crvena zvezdaSpartak Vojput
2018.Železničar NišVojvodina
Team Cups Years Won
Partizan8 1993, 1994, 1998, 2001, 2007, 2008, 2012, 2013
Crvena zvezda4 1995, 1996, 2004, 2017
Železničar Niš4 1997, 1999, 2014, 2018
Vojvodina4 2005, 2006, 2011, 2015
Kolubara2 2009, 2010
Sintelon1 2000
Metaloplastika1 2016

See also

Notes and references

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