South American Men's Club Handball Championship

The South American Men's Club Handball Championship, organized by the Pan-American Team Handball Federation, was the official competition for men's handball clubs of South Americas, and takes place every year. In addition to crowning the Pan American champions, the tournament also served as a qualifying tournament for the IHF Super Globe. In 2003 or 2004 it was folded because of the dominance of the Brazilian teams. In 2007 the Pan American Men's Club Handball Championship was created.[1]

South American Men's Club Handball Championship
CountriesPATHF South American members
ConfederationPATHF (America)
Founded1983
Foldedlast season: 2001
folded:2003
Number of teams4 - 8
Level on pyramidLevel 1
Current champions Methodist University of São Paulo
(5th title)
Most championships Methodist University of São Paulo
(5 titles)