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Founded in 1982, Montpellier Handball are the most decorated club in the history of French handball, having won 14 French league titles, 13 French Cup, 10 League Cup and 2 Champions League crowns. Montpellier Handball have been in the top flight since 1992, when they lifted the division two title.
They won their second Champions League title in 2017/18, beating HBC Nantes in the final. They finished runners-up to Paris Saint-Germain Handball in the Lidl Starligue that same season. Melvyn Richardson's teammates finished once again at the second position of the 2018-19 Lidl Starligue.
At the end of the 2019-20 season, Montpellier Handball finished at 4th position in the Lidl Starligue, behind Nîmes and Nantes.
On 2019-20 season, the Parisians have defeated them 35 - 30 at Coubertin on matchday 9, with a 100% shooting performance from Mikkel Hansen.
Moreover, the two teams had faced again in the League Cup's quarter finals on December 5th, 2019, at Coubertin. The Parisians won 34-30 with a great match from Kamil Sypzark, who did the best to break through the opponent's defence! Final score, 34-30 and the Red and Blue get their ticket for the League Cup's Final4!
On March 17th, 2019, Paris Saint-Germain beat Montpellier Handball 31-25 in the League Cup final.
Inaugurated in 1977, the Palais des Sports René Bougnol is Montpellier Handball's emblematic venue, where the club has won the majority of its trophies. A hall dedicated to the practice of handball, and therefore to the MHB, Bougnol can accommodate 2,900 spectators and is today one of the most beautiful venues in France.
During the 2018-19 season, the club had the second best attendance in the Lidl Starligue, behind HBC Nantes. The league's big games against Paris Saint-Germain and the EHF Champions League can be played at the Sud de France Arena. This arena can accommodate more than 10,000 spectators in match configuration.
The site is easily accessible by public transport, including tram line 1 and city bus line 10. It also has numerous car parks nearby, making it easier for spectators from further afield to access the site.