Euro 2018

Sweden – squad for women’s EHF EURO 2018 in France

photo: Filip Viranovski
Sweden – squad for women’s EHF EURO 2018 in France

Head coach for Sweden, Henrik Signell has also announced the squad for the EURO in France. It is interesting to observe that in the Swedish squad there are only two players from the Swedish league, three players playing in France, two players playing in Romania and the rest of the squad are playing in different teams in the Danish league.

Isabelle Gullden is still injured but she will be recovered until the Europeans, but sad news for Johanna Bundsen who suffered a new concussion after she got the ball in her head in the match against Rostov last week (this is her second brain concussion this year). Hopefully, she doesn’t have to miss the EURO.

Sweden will play in group A against Denmark, Serbia, and Poland in Nantes.

Goalkeeper: Filippa Iden (Brest), Johanna Bundsen (KøbenhavnHK)

Line players: Linn Blohm (København), Anna Lagerquist (Nykøbing Falster)

Center back: Isabelle Gullden (Brest), Carin Strömberg (Viborg HK)

Left backs: Jenny Alm (København), Johanna Westberg (Nykøbing Falster), Jamina Roberts (Randers HK)

Right backs: Hanna Blomstrand (København), Nathalie Hagman (CSM Bucuresti)

Leftwings: Louise Sand (Fleury), Olivia Mellegård(IK Savehof)

Rightwings: Daniela Gustin (Bietigheim), Mathilda Lündström ( Skuru)

Defender: Sabina Jacobsen (CSM Bucuresti)


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Euro 2018

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