European Women's Handball Championship 2018 Odds

Who wins the European Women's Handball Championship 2018?

Highest
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Lowest
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France Women2.202.20
Russia Women2.372.37
Netherlands Women7.507.50
Romania Women10.0010.00

European Women's Handball Championship 2018 – Here’s What You Need To Know

European Women’s Handball Championship has been the source of the great entertainment and thrilling matches over the years. There have been so many great memories of the tournament but this time around it will be very interesting in a different way as France is going to host the European Women's Handball Championship 2018 for the very first time. The preparations are underway as the event will kick start on November 29 and will end on December 16.

European Women's Handball Championship 2018 – All The Details

This tournament is going to be bigger and better as France is leaving no stone unturned for this mega event. This is the first time that any major women tournament is taking place in France and European handball federation is eagerly looking forward to this tournament.

The preliminary round will consist of four groups and each group will have four teams in it as overall 16 teams are participating in the tournament. As far as the venues are concerned, there are five cities of France that will host the matches. Nantes, Brest, Nancy, Montbeliard and Paris are those five cities.

European Women's Handball Championship 2018 Schedule and Matches Details

All of the 16 teams which are taking part in this event have already taken part in the 2016 championship. The schedule and the match details are out now as Denmark, Serbia, Sweden and Poland are in Group A, France, Montenegro, Russia and Slovenia in Group B, Hungary, Spain, Netherlands and Croatia in Group C and Norway, Romania, Germany and Czech Republic will take part in Group D. On November 29, France will play their first match against Russia.

Rules for Qualification

Here are the rules that will determine which team will take part in the next rounds.

1) points

2) head-to-head points

3) head-to-head goal difference

4) head-to-head number of goals scored

5) goal difference.

The excitement for the event is really huge as everyone in France is looking forward to the event. All the preparations are in final phase now and all the teams are gearing up for the mega event. The list of 14 referees has been finalized as well and it will exciting to see how the event will take turns after the first match on 29th of November. The European Handball Federation has nominated 14 pairs for an EHF EURO referee workshop at the end of August. 12 pairs will eventually get nominated for the Women’s EHF EURO 2018 in France.