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9 places to take at the IHF World Championship 2017

9 places to take at the IHF World Championship 2017

As a closing event of the women’s handball season 2016/17, 18 European teams will fight for the 9 remaining European places of the IHF Women’s Handball World Championship 2017, hosted in Germany from 1 to 17 December. The qualification matches will be organized on 9/10 and 13-15 June. 13 places are already taken at the world championship: Germany as hosts, Norway as world champions, the Netherlands, France and Denmark from Europe, Angola, Cameroon and Tunisia from Africa, and South Korea, China and Japan from Asia are already participants. After the 9 European qualification matches, the remaining 3 places will be taken by 3 Pan American teams from the Pan American Championship (Buenos Aires, 18-25 June).

The match schedule of the 1st qualification round:
Friday, 9 June (Central European Summer Time):
17:00 Russia-Poland (19:00 local time)
18:00 Ukraine – Spain (19:00 local time)
19:00 Montenegro – Belarus
19:00 Romania – Austria (20:00 local time)
Saturday, 10 June (Central European Summer Time)
16:30 Italy – Serbia
17:00 Hungary – Slovakia
18:00 Croatia – Slovenia
18:30 Czech Republic – Turkey
20:30 Macedonia – Sweden

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