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The Vardar Skopje handball section was founded in 1961 within the all-round club of the same name. The club took part in the championship of the former Yugoslavia for almost 30 years.
HC Vardar Skopje won ten national championships and eight national cups. In addition to its domestic competitions and the EHF Champions League, HC Vardar also takes part in the South East Handball Association League since the 2011/2012 season and has won this competition 5 times.
This league gathers teams from Eastern Europe such as Veszprem, Zagreb, Meshkov Brest or Celje.
In 2013/2014 Vardar Skopje participates for the first time in the EHF Champions League. Three years later, the Macedonians surprised everyone by winning their first Champions League. In the Final 4, they knocked out Barcelona in the semi-final and beat PSG in the final, also in the very last moments.
In the EHF Champions League Final 4 2016-17, the club knocked out Barcelona at the buzzer in the semi-final, before beating PSG in the very last moments of the final.
The Parisians crossed paths with the Macedonians twice in the Final 4 of the EHF Champions League. In 2017, the Vardar won the final against the Red & Blue 23-24.
On their encounter on May 27th, 2018, Nedim Remili was voted Man of the match.
Built in 1980, destroyed in 2013 and completely rebuilt in 2014, the Jane Sandanski Sports Centre hosts the Vardar Skopje matches in one of the warmest venues in Europe. With an initial capacity of 6,500 spectators, work in 2015 will increase the capacity to 7,500 seats.
The Jane Sandanski Sports Center is located in the south-east of Skopje in the Aerodrom district. It can be reached on foot in 25 minutes from Skopje Central Station. Skopje International Airport is 21 km away. To reach the city centre from the airport, take the A1 and then the A4.