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Zvezda Zvenigorod Zvezda Zvenigorod (, lit. "Star Zvenigorod") is a Russian women's handball club from Zvenigorod, near Moscow. They won the Champions League and the Champions Trophy in 2008, and the EHF Cup in 2006/07. Between 2006 and 2011 the club was coached by Russian national team trainer Evgeny Trefilov. In the summer of 2011 he was replaced by two times EHF Champions League winner head coach Zdravko Zovko.
Mariia Dudina Mariia Dudina (born 22 October 1998) is a Russian handballer for Zvezda Zvenigorod.
Zdravko Zovko As a manager he has coached RK Zagreb, KC Veszprém and RK Podravka, before joining Zvezda Zvenigorod in May 2011.
Tatyana Dronina Tatyana Nikolayevna Dronina (; born 16 November 1978) is a Russian team handball player, playing for the club Zvezda Zvenigorod and for the Russian women's national handball team.
Anna Cholovyaga She started her career in Zvezda Zvenigorod. In 2010 she moved to WFC Rossiyanka, with which she made her UEFA Champions League debut in the 2010-11 season. She has won two leagues and one cup with Rossiyanka.
Mariya Sidorova Mariya Igorevna Sidorova (; born 21 November 1979) is a Russian handball player, playing on the Russian women's national handball team. She won the gold medal with the Russian winning team in the 2007 World Women's Handball Championship. She played for 11 years in Lada Togliatti, before moving to Zvezda Zvenigorod in Summer 2012.
Nadezhda Koltakova She started her career in Zvezda Zvenigorod. When Zvezda was disbanded after the 2010 season she signed for national champion WFC Rossiyanka, with which she won her first championship in 2012 and she made her UEFA Champions League debut in the 2012-13 season.
2010 Russian Championship (women's football) Winning all matches but one, Rossiyanka won its third title, ending Zvezda Perm's dominance in the previous three seasons. Energiya Voronezh also qualified for the 2011-12 Champions League after beating Zvezda Perm in the last match. Zvezda Zvenigorod was disbanded at the end of the season, sparing Kubanochka Krasnodar from relegation.
Anna Vyakhireva She started playing handball at her sister's training sessions at the age of six. Anna's older sister is Polina Kuznetcova, 2007 world champion and a member of the All-Star team at the 2012 European Women's Handball Championship. Her father, Victor Vyakhirev, is a women's handball coach, he's on duty with the Zvezda Zvenigorod youth team.
2006–07 Women's EHF Cup The 2006–07 Women's EHF Cup was the 26th edition of the European Handball Federation's secondary competition for women's handball clubs, running from 14 September 2006 to 20 May 2007. Zvezda Zvenigorod defeated Ikast EH in the final to become the first Russian team to win the competition.