Copa del Rey de Balonmano


The Copa del Rey de Balonmano (English: King's Cup of Handball) is an annual cup competition for Spanish handball teams. Organized by the Liga ASOBAL. It was originally known as the Copa del Generalísimo and was renamed Copa de SM El Rey in 1975. It was the first nationwide handball competition played in Spain, and was first played for in 1957.

Copa del Rey de Balonmano
Current season, competition or edition:
Copa del Rey 2020–21
CountriesSpain
ConfederationEHF
Founded1957
Current championsFC Barcelona (2021)
Most championshipsFC Barcelona (25 titles)
TV partnersLaLigaSportsTV, À Punt Mèdia, Esport3
Websitehttp://www.rfebm.com/

Winners by year


Season Venue Champion Runners-Up Score
1957–58BarcelonaGranollersFC Barcelona12–6
1958–59BilbaoArrahonaOAR Gràcia9-8
1959–60MadridSelección de MadridSelección de Guipúzcoa22-17
1960–61ZaragozaSelección de MadridSelección de Barcelona24-22
1961–62MadridAtlético MadridGranollers15-9
1962–63MadridAtlético MadridGranollers19-12
1963–64MadridSelección de GuipúzcoaSelección de Barcelona21-11
1964–65BarcelonaSelección de BarcelonaSelección de Guipúzcoa15-14
1965–66MadridAtlético MadridGranollers17–16
1966–67MadridAtlético MadridGranollers18–14
1967–68BilbaoAtlético MadridEguía17–14
1968–69MadridFC BarcelonaEguía20–14
1969–70CádizGranollersAtlético Madrid15–12
1970–71PamplonaMarcolFC Barcelona17-15
1971–72LeónFC BarcelonaMarcol15-9
1972–73VigoFC BarcelonaAtlético Madrid18-15
1973–74GranadaGranollersFC Barcelona19-15
1974–75MartorellCalpisaGranollers16-13
1975–76LugoCalpisaAtlético Madrid15–10
1976–77CartagenaCalpisaFC Barcelona15–14
1977–78Las PalmasAtlético MadridGranollers29–23
1978–79A CoruñaAtlético MadridCalpisa26–22
1979–80GironaCalpisaAtlético Madrid20–18
1980–81AlmeríaAtlético MadridFC Barcelona21–18
1981–82SantanderAtlético MadridGranollers19–14
1982–83MálagaFC BarcelonaBidasoa Irún36–16
1983–84FerrolFC BarcelonaAtlético Madrid21–17
1984–85OviedoFC BarcelonaAtlético Madrid15–14
1985–86BarcelonaTecnisánFC Barcelona28–26
1986–87BadajozAtlético MadridGranollers20–19
1987–88GironaFC BarcelonaBidasoa Irún22–20
1988–89BilbaoTeka CantabriaFC Barcelona25–20
1989–90PontevedraFC BarcelonaBidasoa Irún22–20
1990–91AlziraBidasoa IrúnAtlético Madrid21–18
1991–92PamplonaAlzira AvidesaFC Barcelona26–25
1992–93PontevedraFC BarcelonaBidasoa Irún17–13
1993–94GranollersFC BarcelonaJuventud Alcalá29–23
1994–95Ciudad RealTeka CantabriaPilotes Posada27–25
1995–96LeónBidasoa IrúnFC Barcelona21–20
1996–97CastellónFC BarcelonaTeka Cantabria30–29
1997–98PalenciaFC BarcelonaPortland San Antonio31–26
1998–99ValladolidPortland San AntonioFC Barcelona32–29
1999–00ZaragozaFC BarcelonaValladolid34–28
2000–01Ciudad RealPortland San AntonioCiudad Real22–20
2001–02TorreviejaCaja España Ademar LeónCiudad Real31–28
2002–03SantanderCiudad RealFC Barcelona34–21
2003–04PamplonaFC BarcelonaCiudad Real27–25
2004–05PontevedraValladolidFC Barcelona27–25
2005–06AlmeríaValladolidCiudad Real35–30
2006–07AlteaFC BarcelonaCaja España Ademar León33–27
2007–08ZaragozaCiudad RealFC Barcelona31–30
2008–09GranollersFC BarcelonaBM Ciudad Real29–26
2009–10AntequeraFC BarcelonaAdemar León38–35
2010–11VigoRenovalia Ciudad RealCuatro Rayas Valladolid31–22
2011–12TorreviejaAtlético MadridFC Barcelona37–31
2012–13LogroñoAtlético MadridNaturhouse La Rioja38–28
2013–14PamplonaFC BarcelonaFraikin Granollers42–32
2014–15GijónFC BarcelonaFraikin Granollers27–26
2015–16PamplonaFC Barcelona LassaHelvetia Anaitasuna33–30
2016–17LeónFC Barcelona LassaNaturhouse La Rioja34–29
2017–18MadridFC Barcelona LassaBM Logroño La Rioja35–28
2018–19AlicanteFC Barcelona LassaLiberbank Cuenca24–18
2019–20MadridFC Barcelona LassaBenidorm40–25
2020–21MadridFC Barcelona LassaABANCA Ademar León35–27

Winners by titles

Club Winners Runners-up Winning Years
FC Barcelona 25 13 1969, 1972, 1973, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1990, 1993, 1994, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2004, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021
Atlético Madrid BM 10 7 1962, 1963, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1987
Ciudad Real 5 5 2003, 2008, 2011, 2012, 2013
Calpisa 4 1 1975, 1976, 1977, 1980
Granollers 3 10 1958, 1970, 1974