Chambéry Savoie Mont-Blanc Handball

Founded in 1983, Chambéry Savoie Mont-Blanc Handball have been a permanent fixture in the French top flight since 1994. League champions in 2001, the club have finished runners-up on no fewer than 11 occasions, a national record, and also won the Coupe de la Ligue in 2002 and the season-opening Trophée des Champions in 2013.

Chambéry Savoie Mont-Blanc’s current coach is Érick Mathé, a former assistant to Patrice Canayer at Montpellier Handball. On 2017-18 season, the club finished 9th in the Lidl Starligue and also reached the quarter-finals of the EHC European Cup. Raphaeël Caucheteux's teammates have carried out a great 2018_19 season in Lidl Starligue with a third position, behind Montpellier Handball and Paris Saint-Germain.

During the course of their history, Chambéry Savoie Mont-Blanc have been represented by players of the calibre of Jackson Richardson, brothers Guillaume and Bertrand Gille, Cyril Dumoulin, and Daniel Narcisse, who made his breakthrough with the club.

Chambéry Savoie Mont-Blanc Handball

More on Chambéry Savoie Mont-Blanc Handball below

Previous encounters

Paris SG - Chambéry Savoie Mont-Blanc Handball

Last season, Paris Saint-Germain had defeated Chambéry Savoie Mont-Blanc 26-22 on Matchday 12 of the Lidl Starligue. The Red and Blue had defeated them 30 - 21 in Savoie on Matchday 18, thanks to a great performance from Rodrigo Corrales.

As part of matchday 6, the Savoyards was travelling to Coubertin. The Parisians won 32-29 with an excellent match from Kim Ekdahl du Rietz. The return match in Chambéry will be the last travel for the Parisians, on matchday 25.

Did you know?

The 2010/11 season was a memorable one for the players and fans of Chambéry Savoie Mont-Blanc Handball and saw the club reach the finals of the Coupe de France, Coupe de la Ligue and the inaugural Trophée des Champions. Just for good measure, they also finished runners-up in the league behind Montpellier Handball, highlighting their knack for finishing second.

Player to watch

Julien Meyer

The precociously talented Julien Meyer is often compared to his idol Thierry Omeyer. Born in Alsace, the 21-year-old learned his trade at Sélestat Alsace Handball and is regarded as one of the most promising goalkeepers of his generation. He was called up to the France team by Didier Dinard in May 2017 and made his international debut in his country’s final qualifying match for the 2018 EHF European Men's Handball Championship.

He turned in a superb performance against Paris Saint-Germain last season, making 21 saves to blunt the powerful PSG attack.

The squad of Chambéry Savoie Mont-Blanc Handball against Paris Saint-Germain

 Traoé, Tritta, Richert, Babarskas, Brouzet, Marescot, Paturel, Minel, Costoya, Melic, Mindegia, Anquetil

Le Phare

Opened on 28 January 2009, Le Phare is Chambéry Savoie Mont-Blanc Handball’s official home stadium. A versatile, modern arena, it also plays host to other cultural and sporting events and has a matchday capacity is 4,400.


800 avenue du Grand Arietaz

73000 Chambéry


Situated in the north of Chambéry, Le Phare can easily be reached on foot or by car from the city centre. Free parking is also available at a 2,000-space car park situated close to the stadium.

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