*Only clubs which were playing in all three seasons
SEHA League, with Gazprom South Stream prefix from last year, has run its best and the fastest lap last season. Vardar was for the second time in three years the best. After Zagreb and Skopje, Novi Sad was Final Four host. With three seasons behind us some conclusions are ready to be made. SEHA GSS is rising. League now consists out of 8 handball federation and 18 clubs have tested their abilities playing in it from the beginning. Seven clubs were in it all the way, from the next season six with Lovćen's status frozen for one season. Speaking of total placement, Vardar is the best with CO Zagreb and Metalurg behind them.
League's members will for the fourth season in a row be Macedonians Vardar and Metalurg, Croatians CO Zagreb and NEXE, Bosnian Borac Banja Luka and Slovakian Tatran from Presov.
Fourth SEHA season will be premiere one for one Hungarian club - Veszprem.
Bosnia is left with only one representative because Izviđač or Sloga obviously can not hold the pressure of playing such a strong and competitive League.
This will also be third season for one Belarus representative - Meshkov Brest.
For the first time Montenegro hasn't got its representative in the League - after having Lovćen and Sutjeska in the beginnings.
Serbia will have two clubs participating, one new one rookie. In the first season Red Star and Metaloplastika were in, in the second Vojvodina and Partizan and in the third Vojvodina again, along with Radnički from Kragujevac.