The opening day is expected to attract more than 50,000 fans, which would mark a world record attendance in handball.
All other matches in the preliminary round start at 6:00 PM or 8:30 PM. In the main round, the playing times are 15:30, 18:00 and 20:30. The matches are allocated accordingly.
Semi-finals on January 26 are scheduled at 5:45 PM and 8:30 PM at LANXESS arena in Cologne, while the bronze medal game and grand final are played at 3:00 PM and 5:45 PM respectively.
The full match schedule is available for to download.
Who plays where?
The draw of the final tournament on May 10, 2023 in Düsseldorf determined which team plays where. A total of 24 teams have been drawn in six groups of four.
The preliminary round will be played in Berlin, Mannheim and Munich, with each city receiving two groups.
Berlin, Mercedes Benz Arena
- GROUP A: France, Germany, North Macedonia, Switzerland
- GROUP D: Norway, Slovenia, Poland, Faroe Islands
Mannheim, SAP Arena
- GROUP B: Spain, Austria, Croatia, Romania
- GROUP E: Sweden, Netherlands, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Georgia
- GROUP C: Iceland, Hungary, Serbia, Montenegro
- GROUP F: Denmark, Portugal, Czech Republic, Greece
In the main round, the competition continues in the Barclays Arena in Hamburg and the LANXESS arena in Cologne, where the final weekend will also take place.
Day tickets on sale on May 31
Fans can get day tickets for all competition rounds from May 31, 2023 via tickets.eurohandball.com. Location packages are already available for all locations in the ticket shop.
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