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Meshkov Brest in brief

HC Meshkov Brest is a Belarusian handball club playing in its own league as well as in the SEHA League, a regional competition including clubs from Vardar Skopje, RK Zagreb and Veszprem KSE. The club has reached the final of this competition twice, in 2014 and 2015.

HC Meshkov Brest has won 12 national championship, including 7 consecutive times between 2014 and 2020, as well as 11 Belarusian Cups. The best result of the club in the Champions League to date remains Round of 16 in 2016, 2017 and 2018.

HBC Nantes eliminated Meshkov Brest in the 2017-18 edition of the Champions League.

The Parisians against Brest

HC Meshkov Brest's EHF Champions League group stage opponents in 2017-18 were defeated in the first leg in Coubertin, before they pulled off the feat by winning the second leg in Belarus by a narrow goal.

The two teams will meet again in the group phase of the EHF Champions League 2020-21 and will also face off against Vardar Skopje, KS Kielce and Flensburg.

In their last match, the Parisians were down 19 - 13 at half-time.

Players to follow


Ferran Sole

Right wing 25/08/1992
Born on August 25th, 1992, in Bercelona, in the Catalan region of Spain, Ferran Sole is a Spanish player competing as a right winger. After training at BM Granollers, he discovered the Lidl Starligue in 2016 following his transfer to Fenix Toulouse. In July 2019, he signed a 3-years contract with Paris Saint-Germain. With La Roja, he won the European Championship twice, in 2018 and 2020.

Marko Panic

Right Back 10/03/1991
Born on March 10th, 1991, in Jajce, Bosnia and Herzegovina, is a Bosnian international playing at right-back. Trained at RK Borac Banja Luka, he joined the club in Chambery in 2012. During his five seasons with the Savoyard club, he scored 309 goals in 119 games in yellow and black. In 2019, he joined HC Meshkov Brest and won the Belarusian championship in his first season with them.

Universal Sports Complex Victoria

Inaugurated on August 31th, 2004, the Universal Sports Complex Victoria is an omnisports hall with a capacity of 3,740 seats hosting the matches of HC Meshkov Brest.

Leningradskay str.4
224028 Brest
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Practical information
Brest airport is only 11km from the Universal Sports Complex Victoria. Brest's main railway station is 8km from the complex.