Friendlies around Europe

Friendlies around Europe

As usual around this time of the year, after the Main Round of the Champions League and the quarterfinals of the EHF Cup, club handball went for a little break and it was time for the national teams to step on the stage. Most of the European national teams used the international break to collect the players and play some friendly matches. Let’s have a look at the results.

Golden League, France:
Norway – Russia 30-27
France – Denmark 29-21
Russia – Denmark 34-30
France – Norway 23-30
Norway – Denmark 31-23
France – Russia 33-21
Norway won the tournament.

International tournament, Poland:
Slovakia – Belarus 22-27
Ukraine – Poland 17-26
Belarus – Ukraine 24-23
Poland – Slovakia 29-25
Slovakia – Ukraine 28-25
Belarus – Poland 24-23
Belarus won the tournament.

Austria – Czech Republic 30-28
Czech Republic – Austria 35-26
Hungary – Croatia 34-19
Hungary – Croatia 24-19
Montenegro – Slovenia 19-20
Montenegro – Slovenia 29-22
Turkey – Lithuania 43-15
Romania – Spain 21-24
Romania – Spain 21-20
Netherlands – Iceland 23-20
Netherlands – Iceland 38-18
F.Y.R. Macedonia – Serbia 29-35
F.Y.R. Macedonia – Serbia 27-43
Sweden – Germany 33-28
Germany – Sweden 23-24
Hungary U20 – Argentina 28-22
Alba Fehérvár KC (HUN) – Argentina 37-19

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