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Veszprem KSE (Veszprémi Kézilabda Sport Egyesület), translate the Veszprém Men's Handball Sport Association, is the club of the Hungarian city, Veszprem. Founded in 1977, the club has been growing steadily and quickly reached the highest national and European level. Indeed, on a national level, it is the most successful handball club in Hungary with 25 Nemzeti Bajnoksag trophees (Hungarian championship) titles and 26 Hungarian cups to the detriment of its main rival SC Pick Szeged.
On a European level, Veszprem KSE has been a formidable opponent in the EHF Champions League for several seasons, frequently reaching the Final 4 and even becoming vice-champion of the competition twice, the last time in the 2018-19 season against Vardar Skopje.
The Red and White are coached by David Davis, the former left winger of the Spanish selection who won in 2005, the gold medal at the world championship organized by Tunisia. Following his career as a professional player, David Davis decided to become a coach. After coaching internationally Russia and Egypt and for one season VVardar Skopje, the Spanish coach joined Veszprem KSE in 2018. With the emblematic Hungarian team, David Davis has won a Nemzeti Bajnoksag championship and became European vice-champion for the second time.
Veszprem was twice vice-champion of the EHF Champions League.
Paris Saint-Germain Handball met the road to Veszprem for the first time during the 2013-14 season, in the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
But since 2016, Paris Saint-Germain Handball has dominated these duels. The Red and Blue remain on a run of six consecutive wins against Veszprem KSE, of which the last one for third place in the Final 4 2019-20 played on December 29th, 2020, at the Lanxess Arena in Cologne.
The last match is in favor of the Parisians who won the third place of the Final 4 with a score of 31-26.
The Veszprem Arena, the home of the handball club Veszprem KSE, was founded in 2007. With a capacity of 5,200 seats, the arena also hosts the Hungarian national handball team, basketball, volleyball and cultural events.
Located in the north-east of Veszprem, the Hungarian city arena is accessible by car with the possibility to park in the 750 parking spaces available in the southern part of the stadium. Fans can also reach the arena by bus (lines 5 and 13).