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European Men’s Handheld Championship: I loved Szeged and Pest for the EHF delegation

The European Handball Federation (EHF) delegation also expressed its satisfaction with the multifunctional gymnasium in Szeged and Budapest.

Budapest Auditorium under construction (Photo: Világgazdaság / György Kallus – May 2021)


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Thomas Schneich, director of communications at EHF, said Thursday on current channel M1 that the work is under constant monitoring and now they see the time to see the two halls in person.

He betrayed his visit to Szeged and was very satisfied with what he saw, that a large arena is being built that will meet all the requirements of the European Championship. Regarding their experience in Budapest, Schönech noted that they also left great impressions, and even the size of the hall is large.

The communications director revealed that a lot of aspects have been examined, such as the players’ path, seating for the media, camera locations, locker rooms, VIP rooms, gift shops and community areas for which they will be designed. different games.

The EHF delegation visited Phoenix Hall in Debrecen, which is undergoing renovation, in July and will visit all five venues in the last week of October due to the TV tour.

Between January 13-30, the 24-team tournament will feature 65 matches in Budapest, Szeged, Debrecen, Casa and Bratislava.

The Hungarian team will meet in Group B in Budapest on the 13th from 8.30 pm with the Netherlands, on the 16th from 6 pm with Portugal, and on the 18th from 6 pm with Iceland. The top two teams in each of the six four-team groups will advance to the semi-finals, and from there the top two teams will advance to the semi-finals.

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One group will take place in the semi-finals in Bratislava and the other in Budapest, then the semi-finals, the bronze match and the finals will be held in the Hungarian capital.

(MTI)