Trophy for Berlin unveiled
With ten days to go to the 2015 EHF Cup Finals the new trophy has been unveiled by Füchse Berlin, the tournament's organisers.
Exactly as the last year, the art workshop Feuergestaltung Fritz from Sonthofen, Germany has produced the hand-made trophy, which is a modified version of the last year’s model.
The seven players of the winning team are represented by seven steles that strech from the base of the cup to the rim. Halfway a garland represents the team finishing second.
Broading at the bottom the steles give the trophy –that is made out of bronze - stability. The rim depicts one half of a ball labeled with the competition’s logo.
This year’s trophy of the EHF Cup is lighter and handier than last year’s model that Pick Szeged won in Berlin’s Max-Schmeling-Halle in 2014.
On 16 and 17 May HSV Hamburg, Gorenje Velenje, Skjern Handbold and Füchse Berlin will fight for the new trophy.
EHF Cup Finals Tickets
Handball fans across Europe can purchase their place at the 2015 EHF Cup Finals through the official website of the high-profile event www.berlinfinals.de.
The tickets, valid for all four matches, are available in four categories for 49, 69, 99 and 129 euro.
TEXT: EHF / br, me