Track Record

Career


1992/93 REDBERGSLIDS IK

Swedish Champion
(RIK - IK Sävehof 21-15)

  • Games: 30 (30) | Goals: 20

1993/94 REDBERGSLIDS IK

Swedish championship bronze

  • Games: 28 (36) | Goals: 23

1994/95 REDBERGSLIDS IK

Swedish Champion

(best of five finals against HK Drott, last game 19-17)

  • Games: 30 (38) | Goals: 83

1995/96 REDBERGSLIDS IK

Swedish Champion

(best of three finals against Lugi, last game 30-15)

  • Games: 30 (38) | Goals: 88

1996/97 REDBERGSLIDS IK | SWEDISH NATIONAL TEAM

World Vice Champion, Japan

(final against Russia 21-23)

Swedish Champion

(best of three finals against IF Guif, last game 35-25)

  • Games RIK: 30 (35) | Goals: 158
  • Games SHF: 16 | Goals: 20

1997/98 REDBERGSLIDS IK | SWEDISH NATIONAL TEAM

European Champion, Italien

(final against Spain 25-23)

Swedish Champion

(best of five finals against HK Drott, last game 25-24)

  • Games RIK: 36 | Goals: no statistics
  • Games SHF: 24 | Goals: 85

1998/99 REDBERGSLIDS IK | SWEDISH NATIONAL TEAM

World Champion, Egypt

(final against Russia 25-24)

Feat Gold by Svenska Dagbladet 

Player of the year 1999

Swedish Vice Champion

(best of five finals against HK Drott, last game 21-23)

  • Games RIK: 25 (38) | Goals: 127
  • Games SHF: 21 | Goals: 69

1999/2000 BM GRANOLLERS | SWEDISH NATIONAL TEAM

European Champion, Croatia 

(final against Russia 32-31)

Liga Asobàl rank 11

  • Games BMG: 26 (28) | Goals: 105
  • Games SHF: 16 | Goals: 36 

 


2000/2001 BM GRANOLLERS | SWEDISH NATIONAL TEAM

Olympic Vice Champion, Australia

(final against Russia 26-28)

World Vice Champion, France

(final against France 28-25, a.p.s)

Liga Asobàl rank 7

  • Games BMG: 20 (26) | Goals: 47
  • Games SHF: 27 | Goals: 96

2001/2002 HSG NORDHORN | SWEDISH NATIONAL TEAM

European Champion, Sweden

(final against Germany 33-31)

DHB-Pokal Final Four 

(lost semi-final against SC Magdeburg 38-39)

Bundesliga Vice Champion

  • Games HSG: 30 (34) | Goals: 79
  • Games SHF: 15 | Goals: 42

2002/2003 HSG NORDHORN | SWEDISH NATIONAL TEAM

World Championship in Portugal rank 13

Bundesliga rank 5

  • Games HSG: 36 (37) | Goals: 148
  • Games SHF: 13 | Goals: 41

2003/2004 HSG NORDHORN | SWEDISH NATIONAL TEAM

European Championship in Slovenia rank 11

Bundesliga rank 10

  • Games HSG: 18 (34) | Goals: 72
  • Games SHF: 6 | Goals: 11

2004/2005 HSG NORDHORN | SWEDISH NATIONAL TEAM

World Championship in Tunisia rank 11

DHB-Pokal bronze

(bronze game against Göppingen, 35-33 after penalty shooting)

Bundesliga rank 6

  • Games HSG: 37 (39) | Goals: 88
  • Games SHF: 10 | Goals: 20

2005/2006 HSG NORDHORN | SWEDISH NATIONAL TEAM

European Championship in Switzerland

(Sweden did not qualify)

Cup Winners Cup semi-finalist

Bundesliga rank 9

  • Games HSG: 36 (44) | Goals: 107
  • Games SHF: 9 | Goals: 24

2006/2007 SG FLENSBURG HANDEWITT | SWEDISH NATIONAL TEAM

WC in Germany

(Sweden did not qualify)

DHB-Pokal Final Four

(Semi-final defeat against THW Kiel 33-34)

Champions League-Finalist

(Final defeat against THW Kiel 55-57, away and home)

Bundesliga rank 3

  • Games SG: 48 (54) | Goals: 85
  • Games SHF: 7 | Goals: 7

2007/2008 SG FLENSBURG HANDEWITT | SWEDISH NATIONAL TEAM

Team Captain

European Championship in Norway

(Vranjes declines team nomination due to physical strain) 

Bundesliga Vice Champion

  • Games SG: 41 (48) | Goals: 69

2008/2009 SG FLENSBURG HANDEWITT

Team Captain

Bundesliga rank 5

Vranjes is forced to end his career due to injury (Dec 08), supports as assistant coach. 

  • Games SG: 19 (51) | Goals: 15

2009/2010 SG FLENSBURG HANDEWITT

Vranjes becomes Team-Manager

Bundesliga rank 3

  • Games: 44

2010/2011 SG FLENSBURG HANDEWITT

Head Coach in November 2010

DHB Pokal Vice Champion

(final against THW Kiel 24-30)

Champions League quarter finals

(against BM Ciudad Real 46-59, away and home)

Bundesliga rank 6

  • Games: 54

2011/2012 SG FLENSBURG HANDEWITT

Cup Winners Cup Champion 

(finals against VfL Gummersbach 34-33, 32-28)

DHB Pokal Vice Champion

(final against THW Kiel 31-33)

Bundesliga Vice Champion

  • Games: 50

2012/2013 SG FLENSBURG HANDEWITT

DHB Pokal Vice Champion

(final against THW Kiel 30-33)

Champions League quarter finals 

(against HSV Hamburg 51-55, away and home)

Bundesliga Vice Champion

  • Games: 54

2013/2014 SG FLENSBURG HANDEWITT

Champions League Champion

(final against THW Kiel 30-28)

DHB Pokal Vice Champion

(final against Füchse Berlin 21-22)

Bundesliga rank 3

  • Games: 56

DKB Bundesliga All Star Team Coach 2014


2014/2015 SG FLENSBURG HANDEWITT

DHB Pokal Champion

(final against SC Magdeburg 32-31 a. penalty shooting)

Champions League eighth finals 

(against THW Kiel 49-63, away and home)

Bundesliga rank 3

  • Games: 55

DKB Bundesliga All Star Team Coach 2015

IHF Mens World Handball Coach 2014


2015/2016 SG FLENSBURG HANDEWITT

DHB Pokal Vice Champion

(final against SC Magdeburg 30-32)

Champions League quarter finals

(against VT Kielce 56-57, home and away)

Bundesliga Vice Champion

  • Games: 58

DKB Bundesliga All Star Team Coach 2016

Hall of Fame member, Idrottsmuséet Gothenburg


2016/2017 SG FLENSBURG HANDEWITT

DHB Pokal finalist

(Final vs THW Kiel 23-29)

Champions League quarter finals

(against Vardar Skopje, 51-61 home and away)

Bundesliga Vice Champion

  • Games: 56

2017/2018 TELEKOM VESZPRÉM / HUNGARIAN NATIONAL TEAM

Hungarian Cup Winner

(final against MOL-Pick-Szeged 23-21)

Champions League eight finals

(against Skjern, 59-61 away and home)

Vize Champion Hungarian League

(against MOL-Pick-Szeged 57-58 away and home)

  • Games: 49

WC qualification 2019 with the Hungarian National Team 

(against Slovenia 51-50 away and home)


2018/2019 TELEKOM VESZPRÉM / HUNGARIAN NATIONAL TEAM / IFK KRISTIANSTAD

Termination of contract with TK Veszprém in October 2018 after 2 lost games in the EHF Champions League. 

(against FC Barcelona, 31:28 away and against RK Vardar, 25:27 at home)

Termination of contract with the Hungarian National Team in October 2018. No game played after the WC-qualification in June 2018.

New contract with IFK Kristianstad starting season 2019/2020.


2019/2020 IFK KRISTIANSTAD / SLOVENIAN NATIONAL TEAM

EC 4th place with Slovenia in Stockholm 

(Lost the semi-final against Spain with 32-34 and the bronze game against Norway with 20-28)

  • Games: 10

No finals were played with IFK Kristianstad due to the Covid19 pandemic. 2nd place in the Swedish Handbollsligan.

  • Games: 38

2020/2021 IFK KRISTIANSTAD / SLOVENIAN NATIONAL TEAM

Vranjes terminates the contract with IFK Kristianstad in December 2020.

WC in Egypt, rank 9

(missed the quarter finals by one point after losing one match in the tournament and two times a draw)


2021/2022 SLOVENIAN NATIONAL TEAM / RHEIN NECKAR LÖWEN


The contract with the Slovenian National Team is terminated in January 2022 after a premature elimination at the European Championships in Hungary.

Only a few days later, Vranjes is offered to lead the Bundesliga club Rhein Neckar Löwen the remaining part of the season. He accepts.


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