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Chartres Métropole Handball

Founded in 1969 as CS Mainvilliers Handball, the club reached the Proligue for the first time in its history in 2011. After having obtained its current name of Chartres Métropole Handball, the club entered the first division at the end of the 2015 season and its victory in the accession play-offs.

Chaired by Philippe Besson since 1992, Chartres Métropole Handball was back in Lidl Starligue consecutive to a great 2018-19 season under the guidance of its coach Jérôme Delarue, in position since July 2018. At the end of this season, he was awarded the title of Coach of the Season. In June 2019, the club appointed Toni Gerona as new coach. He worked as Tunisia coach as well.  As records, the Blues of Chartres has a Proligue title won in 2019, as well as an honorary title of play-off winner in 2015 against Mulhouse HSA.

The team finished the 2019-20 season at an encouraging 10th position, ahead of Istres and Ivry.

PREVIOUS ENCOUNTERS

During 2015-16 season, Chartres Métropole Handball's last appearance in the elite of the French championship, the Blues of Chartres had lost twice against Paris Saint-Germain with an average gap of 10 goals.  The Red and Blue had won 36 - 30 in Chartres on matchday 3 of 2019-20 Lidl StarLigue.

Nedim Remili scored eight times in the Parisians' victory over Chartres on September 18th, 2019.

Players to follow

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Nedim Remili

Right back 18/07/1995
Born on July 18th, 1995, in Créteil, Nedim Remili is one of the best players of his generation in his position, a status that was revealed with his arrival at Paris Saint-Germain in 2016. His international career began the same year with Les Bleus, with whom he won the 2017 World Championships in France. On September 18th, 2019, the Parisians received the promoted Chartres as part of Lidl Starligue matchday 3. After two victories in as many days, the Red and Blue had again won 36-30, with 8 goals from Nedim Remili, top scorer of the game.
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Sergiy Onufriyenko

Right back 01/03/1985
Born on January 31th, 1985, in Zaporijia, Ukraine, Sergiy Onufriyenko is a handball player who has been playing right-back for Chartres MHB 28 since the summer of 2018. He joined Paris Saint-Germain Handball in 2015 for one season, before signing for the Pays d'Aix from 2016 to 2018. Over the years, he has built up an impressive list of achievements, including 8 Ukrainian championship titles, 4 Belarusian championship titles, as well as a French championship title and a Champions Trophy with the Red and Blue teams. Fundamental player of the Chartres Métropole Handball squad, top scorer and setter of his team, he was elected in the Proligue's standard team for the 2018-19 season.

The Halle Jean Cochet

Inaugurated in 1991, the Halle Jean Cochet is a place where sport reigns supreme in Chartres, hosting the meetings of the Chartres Métropole Handball and the Union Basket Chartres Métropole. After numerous renovation works and in order to meet the requirements of the NHL, its total capacity is now 1,200 seats.

Rue Jean Monnet
28 000 Chartres
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Practical information
Located in the northern centre of Chartres, the Halle Jean Cochet is accessible by car from Paris via exit 12 of the A10 motorway. Numerous car parks are available near the site. From the city centre, the Halle Jean Cochet can be reached in just 20 minutes on foot.