Test your knowledge of the VELUX EHF Champions League 2019/20 season! This time we ask questions on Groups A/B. Photos might fool you but if you find yourself stuck, all information is on ehfCL.com.
7 is the correct answer: Barça, Montpellier, Celje, Kiel, Flensburg, Kielce and Vardar.
8 is the correct answer: Barça, Montpellier, Kiel, Flensburg, Kielce, PSG, Veszprém and Vardar.
4 is the correct answer: Flensburg (1996/97), Kiel (1997/98, 2001/02, 2003/04, 2018/19), Barça (2002/03) and Szeged (2013/14).
4 is the correct answer: Talant Dujshebaev (Kielce - with Ciudad Real and Kielce), Xavi Pascual (Barça - with Barça), Patrice Canayer (Montpellier - with Montpellier), Raul Gonzalez (PSG - with Vardar).
2 is the correct answer: only Alex Dujshebaev (Kielce - 2018/19) and Mikkel Hansen (Paris - 2011/12 and 2015/16). Filip Jicha (2008/09 and 2009/10) is Kiel’s coach. The likes of Uwe Gensheimer, Hans Lindberg or Kiril Lazarov are competing in the EHF Cup this season.
Arpad Sterbik is the correct answer. Sterbik won the trophy four times (three times with Ciudad Real, once with Vardar). Karabatic, Cupic and Tomas are all three-time winners.
Barça is the correct answer: they gathered 220 victories in 296 CL matches so far.
Zagreb is the correct answer: they are going into their 26th season. Veszprém (25), Celje (24) and Barça (23) closely follow.
Elverum is the correct answer. For their match against PSG, Elverum move to the Håkons Hall in Lillehammer. If the arena sells out with 11,500 fans, the 20-year-old Norwegian record of 11,200 fans (in the same arena for the World Championship 1999 Final) will be broken.
13 is the correct answer: Belarus, Croatia, Denmark, Spain, France (two teams), Germany (two), Hungary (two), North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Ukraine.
4 is the correct answer: Arpad Sterbik (Veszprém/2005), Nikola Karabatic (PSG/2007, 2014, 2016), Mikkel Hansen (PSG/2011, 2015, 2018) and Domagoj Duvnjak (Kiel/2013).
3 is the correct answer: Flensburg (2014), Vardar (2017) and Montpellier (2018).