11. July 2019
EUROPEAN UNIVERSITIES HANDBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS 2019 – FINAL DAY
The European Universities Handball Championship 2019 has finally concluded on 10th July with an exciting Closing Ceremony in Artego Arena in Bydgoszcz. Over 350 participants from 19 Universities from 11 countries took part in this year’s edition of the event. In men’s finals, the title of champion went to University of Granadawho won a..
10. July 2019
Day 6 of the EUC Handball 2019: two German teams are in the two finals
Boys were playing first. University of Bochum (Germany) opened today’s program with a duel against “Stefan cel Mare” University (Romania). In the semi-final match for 5th place, German side was better and won with the result 36:35 (20:18). In the second semi-final game for 5th place, Swiss Federal Institute of Techonology in Zurich played..
09. July 2019
Day 5 of the EUC Handball 2019: one match ended without a winner, the first time in this event
Day 5 began with the match University “Union – Nikola Tesla” against Akdeniz University” for 9th-11th place. The players from Serbia were leading with 6 goals difference at half-time but in the second half they lost their lead in the match and as a result, they also lost the game. Final result was 20:23 (14:8). First quarter-final was..
08. July 2019
Day 4 of the EUC Handball 2019: Swiss Federation Institute in Zurich scraped a big victory after a comeback and went through on to the quarter-finals
First five matches were played by men. University of Cologne (Germany) got their second victory of the tournament against University of Granada (Spain) 22:20 (12:8). Group B is the most equal one because 3 out of 4 teams have the same amount of points. But University of Granada has better head to head matches. University of Bochum (Germany) lost to..
07. July 2019
Day 3 of the EUC Handball 2019: Aix-Marseille University almost got back after losing 7 goals in the first half
The third day of the competition began with men’s matches. First game was at 9:00 am (GTA+2). University of Porto (Portugal) played against University of Granada (Spain). Jaime Torres Varona was the best player at University of Porto. He scored 6 goals and helped his team win the match. Final result was 13:25 (8:12). In a thrilling duel between..