European Handball Federation (EHF)
The European Handball Federation has claimed a first for European sport with the launch of new tracking technology that will enable the distribution of data in real time during its Champions League club competition.
European handball set for new era as three-way joint venture readies to “run federation like a business”
The European Handball Federation (EHF) Final4 event will remain in Cologne until 2020 after the governing body sealed a new deal with the German city.
Berlin has retained its hosting rights to the EHF Cup Finals after the European Handball Federation confirmed the men’s club showpiece will return to the German capital this year.
The European Handball Federation has announced the hosts of the 2018 and 2020 men’s and women’s European Championship and confirmed that the governing body’s flagship men’s event will be expanded in six years’ time.
The Netherlands Handball Federation (NHV) remains banned from hosting any European Handball Federation (EHF) national team competitions until December 2016 following a ruling by the federation’s court of arbitration (ECA).
The European Handball Federation (EHF) has revealed details of Sweden, Austria and Norway’s proposal to co-host the 2020 European Championships, with the organisation stating that its flagship men’s national team event is now “likely” to be the first involving 24 teams and held in three countries.
The European Handball Federation (EHF) has announced its hosting plans for the Men’s Euro 2016 national team competition in Poland, including an extended tournament playing schedule.
The European Handball Federation (EHF) has agreed to revamp the format of its men’s Champions League club competition, while an expanded men’s European Championships could be in place as soon as the 2020 event.
The European Handball Federation (EHF) has revealed that seven nations have bid to host its European Championship events in 2018 and 2020.