02/12/2020

Follow the Women’s EHF EURO 2020 like a pro

NEWS: There has never been more ways to stay in touch with an EHF EURO than now

This year's Women's EHF EURO will be broadcast in over 50 countries

Handball fans have no excuses for missing any of the drama at this year’s Women’s EHF EURO 2020 with a host of ways to keep in touch with the action live as it happens in Denmark.

The first stop is, of course, the official tournament website, where a daily live blog will keep all supporters updated with the latest news and results. The website also offers in-depth previews and reviews of every game plus exclusive interviews with the players that matter.

Fans should also take advantage of the wealth of statistics generated for each match, thanks to data collected live by Swiss Timing and KINEXON.

One of the best ways to keep informed with all things EHF EURO is by signing up for our daily Morning Briefing email which arrives directly to your inbox each day. It contains the cream of our content with links to interviews, videos, the best of social media as well as a reminder of the day’s schedule of matches. To sign-up and receive our updates every day during the tournament, click here.

Watch the games live!

With a strict safety protocol in place for the championships, many fans will be watching the action unfold from the comfort of their living rooms and coverage of the competition will be screened to a global audience.

The first of 47 matches throw off on Thursday 3 December and all 16 participation nations have dedicated broadcasters responsible for beaming back matches live to their legion of supporters.

The interest in the competition goes way beyond the teams taking part, with a dozen nations not involved in women’s handball’s largest national team competition also screening the action live to the homes of millions of fans.

Additionally, pan-regional coverage is also shown by beIN Sports, Match TV, NENT and TV3. Every game will also be live on EHFTV, subject to whether matches are screened in territories where this no broadcaster.

Behind-the-scenes on social media

Our official social media accounts will also keep fans constantly updated, giving an exclusive look behind-the-scenes at what is going to be a vastly different Women’s EHF EURO from previous years.

From clips featuring the best goals to the most insane saves, plus all those vital links to every story published by our network of dedicated journalists, make sure you follow all of our social media accounts to say up to date:

Facebook
Instagram
YouTube
Twitter
TikTok

The full list of broadcasters are as follows:

Participating Nations

Group A
France  - beIN Sports France, TF1
Denmark - TV2
Montenegro - RTCG
Slovenia - RTV Slovenija

Group B
Russia - Match TV
Sweden – NENT
Spain – TVE
Czech Republic – AMC

Group C
Netherlands – Ziggo
Hungary - AMC
Serbia   - RTS
Croatia - Planet Sport

Group D
Romania - Telekom Sport / Digi Sport / Look TV
Norway – NENT
Germany - sportdeutschland.tv
Poland - Eurosport Poland

Additional markets
Austria  - ORF
Belarus – BTRC
Bosnia and Herzegovina – BHRT
Brazil - ESPN Brazil
Georgia – Silknet
Iceland – RUV
Israel – Charlton
Italy - Eleven Sports
North Macedonia – KLAN TV
Portugal - Sport TV
Slovakia – AMC
Turkey  - beIN Sports
Ukraine - Poverkhnost

Pan-regional - France, Andorra, Monaco, French overseas, USA/Canada, Turkey, Asia (Thailand, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia), Australia, New Zealand) - beIN Sports

Pan-regional - Russia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan - Match TV 

Pan-regional – Scandinavian - NENT

Pan-regional Baltics - TV3

Worldwide - EHFTV

written by ehf-euro.com