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The club was launched in 1964 as part of the Toulouse Sporting Association of Aeronautic Establishments, and successively bore the names Stade Toulousain, Sporting Toulouse 31 and Spacer’s de Toulouse Handball, among others, until settling on FENIX Toulouse Handball in 2011.
The south-western outfit has benefitted from the acumen of some major figures at the helm, such as Claude Onesta (1987-2001), current Saint-Raphaël coach Joêl Da Silva (2011-2014), and Philippe Gardent (2015-present).
The team has competed in the top flight since 1996, relying on a core of promising starlets throughout the Claude Onesta years, such as Jérôme Fernandez, Stéphane Plantin and Bruno Martini. During season 2017-18, Toulouse finished seventh in the Lidl Starligue; highlights of the campaign included impressive away successes over Dunkerque and Chambéry.
At the end of the 2019-20 season of Lidl Starligue, Fenix Toulouse finished at a very good 5th position, behind Montpellier and Nîmes.
On March 18th, 2018, both teams had met in the Coupe de la Ligue final, with a 40 - 30 final victory for the Parisians. During 2018-19 season on matchday 6 of Lidl Starligue, Paris Saint-Germain Handball had defeated FENIX Toulouse 36 - 30 thanks to good performance from Mikkel Hansen and Nedim Remili. The Red and Blue had defeated them once again 35 - 30 in Toulouse on matchday 15, with 24 goals from trio Nedim Remili - Mikkel Hansen - Uwe Gensheimer.
On 2019-20, the Red and Blue had won 34 - 28 against Toulouse on Lidl Starligue matchday 4 at Coubertin, with 7 goals from Nedim Remili. On February 6th, 2020, for the return match in Haute-Garonne, the Parisians had defeated them once again 36 - 28, including 10 goals from Mikkel Hansen.
Finalists of the 2017-18 League Cup against Paris Saint-Germain, the club had eliminated Istres at the semi-final stage.
Refurbished and inaugurated in September 2006, the Palais des Sports André Brouat is the official venue of the FENIX Toulouse Handball and Toulouse Volley Spacer's, both of which play at the highest national level. With a total capacity of 4,200 seats, the venue has the particularity of having a green roof.
Located in the heart of the pink city, close to the Canal du Midi, the André Brouat Sports Centre is accessible by public transport, in particular by metro and line B, at the Canal du Midi and Compans Caffarelli stops. From the Toulouse Matabiau train station, it takes only about 20 minutes to walk to the venue. Numerous car parks are also available near the site.