Categories Archives: Handball

Two draws in Women’s EHF Cup thrillers

Three matches of the Women’s EHF Cup Group Phase were played on Sunday, and all of them were extremely tight affairs. There had been no draws in this season’s group stage of the competition, but two of the three games on Sunday ended in a stalemat

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Luxembourg remain on road to EHF EURO 2020

It was a little closer than in the first leg, but Luxembourg remained on the road to the next qualification stage for the Men’s 2020 EHF EURO, carried out with 24 teams in Sweden, Norway and Austria. Three days after their 31:24 away win in Georgia, the

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Redemption for the young Norwegians

It was a tough lesson, but they learned from their mistakes. After qualifying for the first-ever international group phase in the history of the club, the Norwegian-side, Glassverket IF, had zero points in the EHF Champions League in autumn. After their s

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Estonia and Luxembourg start with easy victories

Estonia and Luxembourg had a victorious start in the first qualification stage for the Men’s EHF EURO 2020 in Sweden, Norway and Austria. On Wednesday, both marched in step taking easy-earned wins at Georgia (Luxembourg) and Kosovo (Estonia). The return

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Lada seek to keep motor running as long as possible

None of the 16 group phase participants of the new Women’s EHF Cup have more international silverware in their cabinet than Handball Club Lada. The six-time Russian champions (all under the helm of Evgenii Trefilov) were twice EHF Cup winners (in 2012 a

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Last years‘ finalists want to go all the way again

The “TuSSies” (girls) were one of the big sensations in the previous international season. Right in their first appearance in the EHF European Cup competitions, Metzingen made it to the last final of the old version of the EHF Cup, but failed against

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Talent pool is eager to gain experience

Being one of the major talent pools for the highly successful Norwegian national women’s team, the Trondheim-based club, Byasen, are counting on a nearly all-Norwegian squad in the current season. Ida Alstad and rising top talent Emily Arntzen – o

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