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29.07.2013, 15:47
Europe’s bright talents going for gold in Denmark
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Kolding and Sønderborg play host to the final tournament of the YAC event between 1 and 11 August 2013
 

Europe’s bright talents going for gold in Denmark

16 women’s teams from across Europe head towards south Denmark geared for 11 days of top handball action, with European handball’s top Younger Age Category title at stake.

The participants are divided into four Preliminary Round groups of four teams each which will begin on 1 August. The top two in each group will proceed to the Main Round and the other two teams will continue in the Intermediate Round.

Four teams will progress from the Main Round to the semi-finals and battle for the medals, with the final taking place on 11 August.

The hosts Denmark are also defending champions of the tournament, winning the 2011 title with a 29:27 victory over the Netherlands in the final.

Denmark’s current crop of the under-19 team have also got a winning pedigree, with many of the players part of the Youth World Championship winning squad in Montenegro last summer.

Live streaming

All 56 Women’s EHF EURO 2013 matches will be streamed live by Danish channel Kanal Sport, the stream can be found on the official event website with matches including Denmark to be broadcast on television.

Final tournament groups

Group A: Norway, Romania, Slovakia, Portugal
Group B: Russia, France, Germany, Austria
Group C: Denmark, Netherlands, Croatia, Czech Republic
Group D: Hungary, Sweden, Spain, Slovenia

Playing venues

Two venues, Kolding and Sønderborg, will host the entire tournament. Both venues will host two Preliminary Round groups, one Main Round group and one Intermediate Round group each.

Sønderborg will then play host to the placement matches 9-16, while the medals will be decided at the 4,400 capacity home of KIF Kolding Copenhagen.

Further information

All information on playing dates and results of the tournament can be found HERE.

Find further details on the official event website.


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