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Founded in 1965 as part of the Iskra Kielce sports club, the team's first seasons included workers from the Iskra factory.
In the spring of 1973, the city's two main sports clubs, SHL and Iskra, merged to become Korona Kielce. This merger will last until 1991, when the Polish club will return to its original name.
Since 2002, the club has been known as VIVE Kielce, a name that continues to this day.
PGE VIVE Kielce is a leading club in Polish handball and has won 17 Polish championships, 16 national cups and one EHF Champions League title in 2016.
In 2014, Talant Dujshebaev is appointed coach of PGE VIVE Kielce. A legendary Russian naturalized Spanish player, he won every edition of the Polish championship from 2014 to 2020 with Kielce.
It is usually during the quarter-finals or even Final 4 that the roads of Paris Saint-Germain and Kielce cross in the EHF Champions League.
Their last double-header against each other was an unbelievable scenario. The Parisian side, who lost the first leg of their quarter-final in Kielce by ten goals, almost managed to close the gap in the second leg. In a crazy atmosphere in Coubertin, the Parisians came very close with a 35-26 win.
The PGE VIVE Kielce has been evolving in the Hala Legionow since its inauguration on August 25, 2006. In their home ground, the yellow and blue teams can count on the support of 4,200 spectators. The Hala Legionow is a modern multi-purpose facility and hosts various sports, including volleyball and combat sports.
Located in the south of the city near the forest park "Stadion Lesny", the Football and Athletics Stadiums, the hall is accessible in 30 minutes walking from the central station. From Kielce Airport it is only 20 minutes by car.