In the recent round of the Hungarian Championship we visited Siófok. Our green and white team made a lot of mistakes in attack and defence which the home team always revenged and could take advantage of the opportunities, so we ended up with a five-goal defeat.

Announcements of the 2020/21 season will continue at Győri Audi ETO KC’s team. Silje Solberg comes to the goalkeeper position, replacing Siófok's jersey with a green-white jersey. “She is a really experienced player that we have been following for a long time. She is a two-time European and world champion who is the number one goalkeeper in the Norwegian national team and knows Hungary very well since she has been playing handball in Hungary for the second year. A couple of weeks ago, when we announced Laura Glauser, I mentioned that we are looking for a long-term solution to the goalkeeper position, with two young but extremely experienced player planning to reinforce our team. This concept fits perfectly with Silje Solberg, a true sportsman, a very positive personality who will surely be a great long-time goalkeeper with Laura Glauser in our team. We signed a three-year contract with Silje.” said dr. Csaba Bartha, President of the club.

“I am very pleased to be able to join Győri Audi ETO KC this summer. It's the best team in the world and it makes me excited. I want to fit to the high expectations here, and I want to be able to take part in future success. The fact that in Győr we have to keep doing our best I am even more motivated to change because I am a perfectionist and I always want to bring out the best from myself. I hope I can have a lot of great success, but in the meantime I am trying to help my current team.” said Silje Solberg.

Silje Solberg is 29 years old and was a gold medalist at the Hungarian-Croatian European Championship in 2014, earnt World Championship title in Denmark in 2015 and again in Sweden in 2016 as a member of the Norwegian national team. She won a European Championship in Serbia in 2012 and a silver medal in the World Championship in Germany in 2017. She also has an EC gold medal in the Junior World Championship, was a member of the Norwegian team defeating the Hungarian junior team in 2009, and in 2010 won the Junior World Gold medal in South Korea. At the club level, she was promoted to the Danish Holstebro after teams from Helset and Stabaek in Norway, where she was able to celebrate the EHF Cup in 2015 and the KEK in 2016. She was a player of Issy-Paris in France in 2016 before being transferred to Siófok in 2018. The team at Lake Balaton celebrated an EHF Cup victory last year.