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24.09.2015, 15:14
Draw for EHF M18 Younger Age Category events made in Vienna
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27 nations drawn for the EHF M18 Championship in Bulgaria, Georgia and Lithuania. 16 teams drawn for the EHF M18 EURO in Croatia.
 

Draw for EHF M18 Younger Age Category events made in Vienna

The draw for the three EHF M18 Championship tournaments was made on Thursday, 24 September 2015. The following day, the draw for the EHF M18 EURO 2016 to be played in Croatia was also made. The four tournaments will be played 11 to 21 August 2016.

Bulgaria - overview>>

Group A
Group B
Hungary
Turkey
FYR Macedonia
Finland
Ukraine
Bulgaria
Armenia
Luxembourg
Kosovo
Faroe Islands
Cyprus
 


Lithuania - overview>>

Group A
Group B
Estonia
Austria
Netherlands
Israel
Italy
Greece
Moldova
Lithuania


Georgia - overview>>

Group A
Group B
Romania
Belarus
Bosnia and Herzogovina
Montenegro
Latvia
Belgium
Georgia
Great Britain


EHF M18 EURO - overview>>

Drawn on Friday, 25 September 2015, the groups for the final tournament to be played in Croatia, will be as follows:

Group A
Group B
Group C
Group D
Spain
Denmark
Sweden
Germany
France
Slovenia
Croatia
Serbia
Norway
Russia
Czech Republic
Portugal
Switzerland
Slovakia
Iceland
Poland


New system for EHF Younger Age Category events

Approved at the EHF Congress in Dublin in September 2014, the competition system for Younger Age Category events is to be overhauled with changes to be phased in over the next few years, starting in the summer of 2016.

The aim of the change is to make the competition more accessible, providing all teams with matches at the right level whilst ensuring a reasonable number of matches and reducing the costs of both organisation and participation.

Under the new playing format, qualification will no longer be played and teams will play in a two tier system.

The first category affected is the Men’s 18 to be played 11 to 21 August 2016.

The first 16 ranked teams will play at the EHF M18 EURO tournament in Croatia whilst all other lower-ranked team will participate in three EHF M18 Championship tournaments.

A system of promotion and relegation means that the winning team in each of the EHF M18 Championship tournaments will be promoted to the EHF EURO – both at the next M18 and M20 levels.

The gradual roll-out of the new system means that in 2016 there will still be qualification tournaments for the EHF M20 EURO.

The new playing system will be introduced for the Women’s 17 competition in 2017. Full implementation will take place from 2018 in the men’s and 2019 in the women’s competition.


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