Results

Denmark Handboldligaen Women 05/15 18:30 2 [2] Herning-Ikast Women v Team Esbjerg Women [1] D 33-33
Denmark Handboldligaen Women 05/11 12:00 2 [1] Team Esbjerg Women v Herning-Ikast Women [2] L 35-24
Denmark Handboldligaen Women 05/08 18:00 1 Herning-Ikast Women v Odense Handbold Women D 29-29
Denmark Handboldligaen Women 04/30 16:30 1 [2] Herning-Ikast Women v Viborg HK Women [4] W 33-27
Denmark Handboldligaen Women 04/23 16:30 1 [2] Kobenhavn Women v Herning-Ikast Women [3] W 29-33
Denmark Handboldligaen Women 04/17 16:30 1 [1] Odense Handbold Women v Herning-Ikast Women [2] L 28-27
Denmark Handboldligaen Women 03/31 18:00 1 Herning-Ikast Women v Kobenhavn Women L 29-32
Denmark Handboldligaen Women 03/28 17:30 1 [3] Viborg HK Women v Herning-Ikast Women [1] W 27-32
Champions League Women 03/24 13:00 636 [3] Herning-Ikast Women v SG BBM Bietigheim Women [6] D 31-31
Denmark Handboldligaen Women 03/20 18:00 26 Herning-Ikast Women v Ringkobing Women W 36-31
Champions League Women 03/17 15:00 636 [6] SG BBM Bietigheim Women v Herning-Ikast Women [3] L 29-27
Denmark Handboldligaen Women 03/13 18:00 25 [14] Ajax Kobenhavn Women v Herning-Ikast Women [2] W 17-32

Wikipedia - Ikast Håndbold

Ikast Håndbold is a Danish professional women's handball club based in Ikast. They have competed in Damehåndboldligaen, Denmark's primary handball league, since 1991.

History

The club was founded as Ikast FS Håndboldafdeling on 20 June 1970 as a merger of the handball departments of Ikast DUI and Ikast Skytte Gymnastik Forening. Their breakthrough came in 1991 when they won the Danish Cup and reached the top division, Dame Håndbold Ligaen. They saw success again in 1998 as they won their first and only Danish Championship gold.

At the beginning of November 2008, it was announced that the professional division of Ikast-Brande EH had been taken over by football club FC Midtjylland. As a result, the team changed their name to FC Midtjylland Håndbold and switched colors from blue and yellow to red and black. In November 2017, it was announced that FC Midtjylland had sold off the handball team to a group of investors. From the 2018–19 season, they were renamed Herning Ikast Håndbold.

Name

  • 1997–1999: Ikast FS Elitehåndbold
  • 1999–2008: Ikast-Bording Elitehåndbold
  • 2008–2009: Ikast-Brande Elite Håndbold
  • 2009–2018: FC Midtjylland Håndbold
  • 2018–2022: Herning-Ikast Håndbold
  • 2022– : Ikast Håndbold
Herning-Ikast Women is a professional handball team based in Herning and Ikast, Denmark. The team was founded in 2009 and has since become one of the most successful women's handball teams in Denmark. The team plays in the Danish Women's Handball League, which is the top tier of women's handball in Denmark.

The team is known for its strong defense and fast-paced attacking style of play. The players are highly skilled and experienced, with many of them having played for the Danish national team. The team's home arena is the Jyske Bank Boxen, which has a capacity of 12,000 spectators.

Herning-Ikast Women has won several titles over the years, including the Danish Women's Handball League, the Danish Cup, and the EHF Cup. The team has also competed in the Women's EHF Champions League, which is the most prestigious club competition in women's handball.

The team is led by head coach Jesper Jensen, who has been with the team since 2017. Under his leadership, the team has continued to improve and achieve success both domestically and internationally. The players are highly dedicated and passionate about the sport, and they work hard to maintain their position as one of the top women's handball teams in Denmark.