Vardar 1961


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1961 (61 years old)


Jane Sandanski Arena
(6,000 Capacity)

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Aerodrom, North Macedonia


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16 Feb 22 Montpellier Handball  -  Vardar 1961
23 Feb 22 Vardar 1961  -  RK PPD
02 Mar 22 Meshkov Brest  -  Vardar 1961
09 Mar 22 Vardar 1961  -  Elverum Håndball

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08 Dec 21 Vardar 1961   -  Aalborg Håndbold
01 Dec 21 THW Kiel   -  Vardar 1961
24 Nov 21 Vardar 1961   -  SC Pick
17 Nov 21 SC Pick   -  Vardar 1961
27 Oct 21 Aalborg Håndbold   -  Vardar 1961

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RK Vardar 1961 (Macedonian: РК Вардар 1961) is a professional handball club from Skopje, North Macedonia. Vardar is the most successful handball team in the country, having won fourteen national League and Cup titles. Also, Vardar is the most successful team in the regional SEHA League having won five titles. The team has also won two EHF Champions League titles.

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Jane Sandanski Arena (Macedonian: Спортскиот центар „Јане Сандански“ or Сала „Јане Сандански“) is an indoor sports arena located in the Aerodrom Municipality of Skopje, North Macedonia. It has a capacity of 6,000. It is named after Macedonian Bulgarian revolutionary Jane Sandanski.

On 18 November 2012, it was announced that the arena would be completely demolished, with a new arena called Sports Centre Jane Sandanski planned to be built in its place. On 14 February 2013, MZT Aerodrom held their last training in Jane Sandanski, with more than a thousand fans attending. The following day the arena was officially closed and demolished.

It was rebuilt and reopened in August 2014, financed by the Russian businessman Sergey Samsonenko, built alongside the four-star hotel "Russia". In September 2015, the west and east stands were upgraded by 500 seats and south and north stands upgraded with 650 seats. Now the arena is the home ground of RK Vardar, ZRK Vardar and MZT Aerodrom.



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