HBC Nantes

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HBC Nantes
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Full nameHandball Club Nantes
Founded1953;69 years ago (1953)
Arena Palais des Sports de Beaulieu, Nantes
Hall XXL, Nantes
Capacity5,500
10,750
Head coach Alberto Entrerríos
League LNH Division 1
2020–21 LNH Division 1, 3rd
Club colours  
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Handball Club Nantes is a team from Nantes, France, that plays in the LNH Division 1.

Contents

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Nantes
Location of HBC Nantes

Crest, colours, supporters

Naming history

NamePeriod
Handball Club de Nantes1953–present

Club crest

Kits

Sports Hall information

Home hall: Palais des Sports de Beaulieu PalaisdesSportsdeBeaulieu-Nantes1.jpg
Home hall: Palais des Sports de Beaulieu

Honors

Runner Up : 2018
Runner Up : 2013, 2016
Runner Up : 2017, 2020
Winner : 2017
Runner Up : 2015
Winner : 2015
Runner Up : 2013, 2017
Winner : 2017
Runner Up : 2016

Team

Current squad

Squad for the 2021–22 season

Transfers

Transfers for the 2022–23 season
Transfers for the 2023–24 season

European record

SeasonCompetitionRoundClub1st leg2nd legAggregate
2016–17 EHF Champions League Group Stage Flag of Ukraine.svg HC Motor Zaporizhzhia 26–2632–341st place
Flag of Turkey.svg Beşiktaş 33–1933–28
Flag of Romania.svg CS Dinamo București 26–2427–26
Flag of Denmark.svg Team Tvis Holstebro 31–2635–25
Flag of Portugal.svg ABC/UMinho 35–3334–29
PO Flag of Spain.svg Logroño 31–2537–3168–56
1/8 Flag of France.svg Paris Saint-Germain 26–2627–3553–61
2017–18 EHF Champions League Group Stage Flag of Hungary.svg SC Pick Szeged 30–2633–303rd place
Flag of North Macedonia.svg RK Vardar 23–2727–26
Flag of Germany.svg Rhein-Neckar Löwen 26–2630–30
Flag of Spain.svg FC Barcelona Handbol 25-3129–25
Flag of Sweden.svg IFK Kristianstad 34–2531–26
Flag of Poland.svg Wisła Płock 32–3032–30
Flag of Croatia.svg RK Zagreb 28–2722–23
1/8 Flag of Belarus.svg HC Meshkov Brest 32–2428–2860–52
QF Flag of Denmark.svg Skjern Håndbold 33–2727–2760–54
SF Flag of France.svg Paris Saint-Germain 32–28
F Flag of France.svg Montpellier 32–26
2018–19 EHF Champions League Group Stage Flag of France.svg Paris Saint-Germain 31–3534–354th place
Flag of Hungary.svg MOL-Pick Szeged 29–2628–30
Flag of Germany.svg SG Flensburg-Handewitt 31–3429–29
Flag of Denmark.svg Skjern Håndbold 35–2734–32
Flag of Croatia.svg PPD Zagreb 23–2027–27
Flag of Slovenia.svg Celje Pivovarna Laško 38–2729–29
Flag of Ukraine.svg HC Motor Zaporizhzhia 23–2730–30
1/8 Flag of Germany.svg Rhein-Neckar Löwen 30–2732–3462–61
1/4 Flag of Spain.svg Barcelona Lassa 25–3226–2951–61
2020–21 EHF Champions League Group Stage
Group B
Flag of Spain.svg Barcelona 27–3529–306th place
Flag of Hungary.svg Telekom Veszprém 24–285–5
Flag of Germany.svg THW Kiel 24–2435–27
Flag of Denmark.svg Aalborg 38–2924–32
Flag of Ukraine.svg HC Motor Zaporizhzhia 31–3228–29
Flag of Slovenia.svg Celje Pivovarna Laško 28–3032–25
Flag of Croatia.svg PPD Zagreb 30–2834–24
Last 16 Flag of Poland.svg Łomża Vive Kielce 24–2535–3158–56
Quarterfinals Flag of Hungary.svg Telekom Veszprém 32–2830–3262–60
Semifinal Flag of Spain.svg Barça 26–31
Third place game Flag of France.svg Paris Saint-Germain 28–31

Note All matches ending with a 10–0 or 5–5 results were assessed by the EHF.

Former club members

Notable former players

Former coaches

SeasonsCoachCountry
2004-2009 Stéphane Moualek Flag of France.svg
2009-2019 Thierry Anti Flag of France.svg
2019-2022 Alberto Entrerríos Flag of Spain.svg
2022- Grégory Cojean Flag of France.svg

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