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Upcoming Qualification Draw events
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Three Younger Age Category event qualifications will be drawn on 25 September 2010 in Copenhagen.
 

Upcoming Qualification Draw events

At the occasion of the 10th Ordinary EHF Congress, that takes place on 24 – 25 September 2010 in Copenhagen, Denmark, three draws for Younger Age Category event qualification groups will take place. All draws will be carried out on Saturday 25 September in the following order:

Men’s U21 World Championship in Greece 2011 – Qualification Europe

Playing dates qualification
7 – 9 January 2011

Playing dates World Championship Greece (IHF Event)
17 – 31 July 2011

Entries
34 (including Denmark, Greece, Portugal)

Already qualified teams

  • Greece (organiser)
  • Denmark (1st of the 2010 M20 European Championship)
  • Portugal (2nd of the 2010 M20 European Championship)

Seeding
The seeding of the participants is based on the ranking of the 2010 Men’s 20 European Championship in Slovakia and therefore in the following pots:

Pot 1 – places 3 to 8 of the 2010 M20 European Championship, to be drawn to row 1, groups 1-6: Slovenia, Germany, Sweden, France, Spain, Iceland

Pot 2 – places 9 to 16 of the 2010 M20 European Championship, to be drawn to row 1, groups 7-8 and to row 2, groups 1-6: Russia, Serbia, Croatia, Slovakia, Romania, Czech Republic, Finland, Israel

Pot 3 – to be drawn to row 2, groups 7-8, to row 3, groups 1-8 and to row 4, groups 1-7: Austria, Belgium, Belarus, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Estonia, Great Britain, Hungary, Italy, FYR Macedonia, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine

Draw
The teams will be drawn into 7 groups of 4 teams and 1 group of 3 teams. The eight group winners will qualify for the final tournament in Greece.

Draw procedure

  1. The teams of pot 1 are drawn to row 1, groups 1-6.
  2. The teams of pot 2 are drawn to row 1, groups 7-8 and to row 2, groups 1-6.
  3. The teams of pot 3 are drawn to row 2, groups 7-8, to row 3, groups 1-8 and to row 4, groups 1-7.
  4. The teams having the right to organise the qualification tournament are drawn.

Note that the teams which were awarded with the right to organise the 2009 Men’s U21 World Championship qualification groups do not have the right to be the organiser of a 2011 Men’s U21 World Championship qualification group. This applies to Belarus, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovenia and Switzerland.

Women’s 19 European Championship in the Netherlands 2011 – Qualification

Playing dates qualification
22 – 24 April 2011

Playing dates European Championship in the Netherlands
4 – 14 August 2011

Entries
29 (including Netherlands, Denmark, Russia, Norway, France)

Already qualified teams

  • Netherlands (organiser)
  • Denmark (1st of the 2009 W17 European Championship)
  • Russia (2nd of the 2009 W17 European Championship)
  • Norway (3rd of the 2009 W17 European Championship)
  • France (4th of the 2009 W17 European Championship)

Seeding
The seeding of the participants is based on the ranking of the 2009 Women’s 17 European Championship in Serbia and therefore in the following pots:

Pot 1 – places 5 to 14 of the 2009 W17 European Championship (excl. 6th place, host nation Netherlands), to be drawn to row 1, groups 1-6 and to row 2, groups 1-3: Hungary, Sweden, Spain, Germany, Romania, Croatia, Serbia, Slovakia, Czech Republic

Pot 2 – to be drawn to row 2, groups 4-6, to row 3, groups 1-6 and to row 4, groups 1-6: Austria, Bulgaria, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Montenegro, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine

Draw
The teams will be drawn into 6 groups of 4 teams. 11 teams will qualify for the final tournament in the Netherlands, which includes the teams ranked first and second in the Groups 1-5 and the team ranked first in Group 6.

Draw procedure

  1. The teams of pot 1 are placed to row 1, groups 1-6 and to row 2, groups 1-3.
  2. The teams of pot 2 are drawn to row 2, groups 4-6, to row 3, groups 1-6 and to row 4, groups 1-6.
  3. The teams having the right to organise the qualification tournament are drawn.

Note that the teams which were awarded with the right to organise the 2009 Women’s 19 European Championship qualification groups do not have the right to be the organiser of a 2011 Women’s 19 European Championship qualification group. This applies to Austria, Germany, Iceland, Romania, Slovenia and Sweden.

Women’s 17 European Championship in the Czech Republic 2011 – Qualification

Playing dates qualification
25 – 27 March 2011

Playing dates European Championship Czech Republic
23 June – 3 July 2011

Entries
32 (including Czech Republic)

Already qualified teams
Czech Republic (organiser)

Seeding
The seeding of the participants is based on the ranking of the 2009 Women’s 17 European Championship in Serbia and therefore in the following pots:

Pot 1 – places 1 to 8 of the 2009 W17 European Championship, to be drawn to row 1, groups 1-8: Denmark, Russia, Norway, France, Hungary, Netherlands, Sweden, Spain

Pot 2 – places 9 to 16 of the 2009 W17 European Championship (excl. 14th place, host nation Czech Republic), to be drawn to row 2, groups 1-7: Germany, Romania, Croatia, Serbia, Slovakia, Lithuania, FYR Macedonia

Pot 3 – to be drawn to row 2, group 8, to row 3, groups 1-8 and to row 4, groups 1-7: Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Finland, Greece, Iceland, Israel, Montenegro, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine

Draw
The teams will be drawn into 7 groups of 4 teams and 1 group of 3 teams. 15 teams will qualify for the final tournament in the Czech Republic, which includes the teams ranked first and second in the Groups 1-7 and the team ranked first in Group 8.

Draw procedure

  1. The teams of pot 1 are placed to row 1, groups 1-8.
  2. The teams of pot 2 are drawn to row 2, groups 1-7.
  3. The teams of pot 3 are drawn to row 2, group 8, to row 3, groups 1-8 and to row 4, groups 1-7.
  4. The teams having the right to organise the qualification tournament are drawn.

Note that the teams which were awarded with the right to organise the 2009 Women’s 17 European Championship qualification groups do not have the right to be the organiser of a 2011 Women’s 17 European Championship qualification group. This applies to Spain, Hungary, Netherlands, Slovenia, Serbia, Slovakia and Sweden.


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