January 16, 2021. Hosts Egypt have ensured their place in the Main round of the 2021 World Men’s Handball Championship after beating North Macedonia. The Pharaohs had opened their campaign with a 35-29 victory over Chile and needed at least one more point in order to secure their place in the main round of the competition.
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The schedule of the Handball World Cup 2021 at a glance. Preliminary round 13-19 January 2021 Main round 20.-25. January 2021 Quarter-finals January 27, 2021 Semi-finals January 29, 2021 Play for 3rd place January 31, 2021 Handball World Cup final January 31, 2021 . Handball World Cup 2021 groups & important preliminary round matches. The groups of the Handball World Cup in 2021 are as follows:
The 2021 IHF Men's World Championship was played in four venues in Alexandria, Cairo, Giza and the New Capital. The 32 teams were divided into eight groups of four teams. Each venue hosted two groups of the preliminary round, which was played from 13 to 19 January. The top three teams of their respective preliminary round groups moved on to the ...
Switzerland, Slovenia, France, Norway and hosts Egypt claimed wins as the main round of the International Handball Federation (IHF) World Men’s Handball Championship got underway.
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In the main round, Group I features Hungary (four points), Spain (three), Germany (two), Poland (two), Brazil (one) and Uruguay (zero).
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2021 World Men's Handball Championship; Tournament details; Host country Egypt: Dates: 13–31 January: Teams: 32 (from 4 confederations) Venue(s) 4 (in 4 host cities) Final positions; Champions Denmark (2nd title) Runner-up Sweden: Third place Spain: Fourth place France: Tournament statistics; Matches: 102: Goals scored: 5803 (56.89 per match) Top scorer(s) Frankis Marzo