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Olympic qualification tournaments – women

Olympic qualification tournaments – women

Each OQT will take place over three matchdays: Friday 20 March, Saturday 21 March and Sunday 22 March 2020. The tournaments will feature four teams each. They will play each other once in a round-robin format with the top two teams in each group qualifying directly through to Tokyo 2020.

The match schedule for every OQT relates to which qualification slot each nation took.

All throw-off times in all three Women’s Olympic Qualification Tournaments are set to be confirmed after consultation between the IHF, local organizing committees, and marketing/television partners.

Women’s Olympic Qualification Tournament #1
Polideportivo Pla de l’Arc, Llíria, Spain

1. Spain
2. Sweden
3. Senegal
4. Argentina

Friday 20 March 2020
Senegal vs Argentina
Spain vs Sweden

Saturday 21 March 2020
Spain vs Senegal
Sweden vs Argentina

Sunday 22 March 2020
Argentina vs Spain
Sweden vs Senegal

Women’s Olympic Qualification Tournament #2
Audi Aréna, Győr, Hungary

1. Russia
2. Serbia
3. P.R. of China
4. Hungary

Friday 20 March 2020
P.R. of China vs Hungary
Russia vs Serbia

Saturday 21 March 2020
Russia vs P.R. of China
Serbia vs Hungary

Sunday 22 March 2020
Hungary vs Russia
Serbia vs P.R. of China

Women’s Olympic Qualification Tournament #3
Morača Sports Centre, Podgorica, Montenegro

1. Norway
2. Montenegro
3. Romania
4. Kazakhstan

Friday 20 March 2020
Romania vs Kazakhstan
Norway vs Montenegro

Saturday 21 March 2020
Norway vs Romania
Montenegro vs Kazakhstan

Sunday 22 March 2020
Kazakhstan vs Norway
Montenegro vs Romania 

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