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19.09.2008, 13:57
2008 UNIQA EHF Men’s Champions Trophy
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The 2008 Men's Champions Trophy is coming up in Hungary this weekend.
 

2008 UNIQA EHF Men’s Champions Trophy

The 2008/09 men’s European Cup season will start with a spectacular handball weekend in Veszprém. The first trophy to win and the first international test for the most successful men’s clubs of the last season is coming up on Saturday.

The Veszprém fans will guarantee a full house in the new ArenaThe 2008 Uniqa EHF Men’s Champions Trophy will take place in Veszprém, Hungary, in Veszprém Aréna, which is the new home of the Cup Winners Cup winner MKB Veszprém. The state-of-the-art sports hall, perfectly designed for handball, was inaugurated in July 2008.

Season Opener Event

The 2008 Uniqa EHF Men's Champions Trophy will be preceded by the 2008 EHF Season Opener Event on Saturday, 20 September at 14:30. The 2008/2009 Season and the partnership EHF/Interwetten will also be on the agenda of the press conference.

Coverage – TV, live stream and reports

The games of the 2008 Uniqa EHF Men's Champions Trophy will be broadcast live on Eurosport, MTV and Sport 1 (Hungary), Teledeporte (Spanish) and Al Jazeera. For the detailed TV programme check out the TV Guide of Eurohandball.com.

All matches of the Champions Trophy will be broadcast live on www.ehftv.com.

Match reports, interviews, stories: you can keep up-to-date with Eurohandball.com throughout the weekend.

Press file
You can find even more information in the Media Centre/Downloads of Eurohandball.com. A 42 page press file is there for journalists or fans who wish to know even more about the event.

2008 UNIQA EHF Men’s Champions Trophy in Veszprém, Hungary

Participants

2007/08 Champions League winner

BM Ciudad Real (ESP)

2007/08 EHF Cup winner

HSG Nordhorn (GER)

2007/08 Cup Winners’ Cup winner

MKB Veszprém (HUN)

Wild card for CL runner-up

THW Kiel (GER)

Date: 20-21 September 2008
The men's CT will be played in the brand new Veszprém ArenaVenue: Veszprém Aréna in Veszprém, Hungary
Local organiser: MKB Veszprém

Playing schedule:

Saturday, 20 September 2008

16:00 local time
Semi-final 1:
Nordhorn /GER vs Veszprém /HUN

18:00 local time
Semi-final 2:
THW Kiel/GER vs Ciudad Real/ESP

Sunday, 21 September 2008

13:00 local time
3/4 Final: Loser Semi-final 1 vs Loser Semi-final 2

15:00 local time
Final: Winner Semi-final 1 vs Winner Semi-final 2


Official 2008 Uniqa EHF Men's Champions Trophy partners:

   


History of the event

Ciudad will face Kiel once again already in the semi-finalsChampions Trophy looks back on a long history by now making it one of the most prestigious events of the season.

The tournament has previously come under the title of European Championship for Club Teams, or also commonly known as the Supercup. The EHF has relaunched the event under the new name of Champions Trophy in 2007, which is fitting because the champions of the Champions League, EHF Cup and Cup Winners’ Cup meet a wild card entrant to offer the public this attractive event.

Men

 Year  

  Winner 

 Venue

 1996

  FC Barcelona

 Bielefeld (GER)

 1997

  FC Barcelona

 Irun (ESP)

 1998

  FC Barcelona

 FC Barcelona (ESP)

 1999

  FC Barcelona

 Magdeburg (GER)

 2000

  Portland San Antonio

 Pamplona (ESP)

 2001

  Magdeburg

 Kiel (GER)

 2002

  Magdeburg

 Magdeburg (GER)

 2003

  FC Barcelona

 Valladolid (ESP)

 2004

  Celje Pivovarna Lasko                  

 Ciudad Real (ESP)

 2005

  BM Ciudad Real

 Leon (ESP)

 2006

  BM Ciudad Real

 Köln (GER)

 2007

  THW Kiel

 Celje (SLO)


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