KIF Kolding

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KIF Kolding
Founded 14 March 1941; 78 years ago (1941-03-14)
Arena Sydbank Arena
Capacity 5,100
President Christian Phillip
Head coach Ulf Sivertsson (Coach)
League Danish Handball League
2018-19 13th
Website
Official site

KIF Kolding is a handball club based in Kolding, Denmark who competes in the Danish Handball League. KIF Kolding has won the Danish Handball Championship a record 14 times.

History[edit]

KIF Kolding[edit]

KIF Kolding won its first Danish Handball Championship in 1987. From 1987 to 2009 KIF won the Danish Handball Championship 12 times. In the summer of 2011 the women team of the club became an independent club called Vejen EH.

KIF Kolding København[edit]

KIF Kolding København was formed in August 2012 after AG København went bankrupt. Some of the players from AG København joined the players from KIF and some of AGK's sponsors also joined KIF under the new name. KIF Kolding København played some home games in Kolding and some in Brøndby. KIF won the Danish Handball Championship 2 times under the name KIF Kolding København.

KIF Kolding[edit]

On 31 March 2018 KIF announced in a press release, that the club will drop the Copenhagen part of the club and will again be known as KIF Kolding. A new board was established and long time director Jens Boessen stepped down. 9 million DKK was invested into the club and old creditors written off debt of 11 million DKK.[1]

Honours[edit]

Team[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Squad for the 2018-19 season

Transfers[edit]

Transfers for the 2019-20 season


Transfers for the 2020-21 season

Staff[edit]

Staff for the 2018-19 season
Pos. Name
Head Coach Denmark Ulf Sivertsen
Assistant Coach Denmark Andres Toudahl
Team Leader Denmark Anders Skøtt Bruun
Physiotherapist Denmark Morten U. Olesen

Notable former players[edit]

Men

References[edit]

  1. ^ Roth, Christopher (31 May 2018). "KIF bekræfter nyt navn, millionindsprøjtning og farvel til Jens Boesen" (in Danish). TV 2 Sport. Retrieved 31 May 2018.

External links[edit]