The Yugoslav Handball Championship was the highest level competition in men's team handball in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, played regularly for almost four decades between 1953 and 1992, before being abandoned due to the breakup of Yugoslavia
1990–91 Yugoslav Handball Championship was the 39th and last season of the championship due to the break up of Yugoslavia. ... Croatian Premier Handball League;
The Yugoslav Handball Championship was the highest level competition in men's team handball in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, played regularly for almost four decades between 1953 and 1992, before being abandoned due to the breakup of Yugoslavia.
The Montenegrin Men's Handball First League (Montenegrin: Crnogorska prva muška rukometna liga) is the top men's team handball league in Montenegro. It is organized by the Handball Federation of Montenegro
The league is conducted in two phases. In the first phase, 10 teams compete in a home-and-away round-robin series (18 games total) with the country's representative in the SEHA League, currently Zagreb and Nexe, being exempt from this stage. All teams advance from the regular season to one of two postseason stages, depending on their league position.
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The Yugoslav First Federal Football League, was the premier football league in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia and Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. The First League Championship was one of two national competitions held annually in Yugoslavia, the Yugoslav Cup being the other. The league became fully professional in 1967. The UEFA recognised successor league of the Yugoslav First League, the First League of FR Yugoslavia, despite the succession and same name "Prva savezna liga", it is covered
USSR, Yugoslavia and France! Posted on 9. August 2021. For the first time in their Olympic history, France won double gold medal! The French girls have followed path of their colleagues to beat Russia 30:25 at the big final in Tokyo. The last time when one nation won both gold medals was in 1984 when Yugoslav team celebrate it.
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Legendary Yugoslav handball player Zlatko Portner has died at age 59 in Switzerland. One of the biggest handball names of 80’s, member of famous Yugoslav handball generation and legendary “aliens” from Sabac, the home of RK Metaloplastika, began his career in small town of Hrtkovci (Serbia). He played also at RK Crvenka (1980-1982),but his best […]