Where to watch this weekend’s Men’s EHF EURO 2022 qualifiers
The race to reach the Men’s EHF EURO 2022 in Hungary and Slovakia continues on Saturday and Sunday with round 2 of the qualifiers.
After this weekend, the qualifiers continue in January, April and May 2021.
In total, 32 nations in eight groups compete for the 20 tickets reserved for each of the eight group winners and runners-ups, as well as the four best third-ranked teams.
Besides the hosts, EHF EURO 2020 champions Spain and silver medallists Croatia have already directly qualified for the 2022 championship – and all four teams participate in the EHF EURO Cup, which has also started earlier this week.
The Men’s EHF EURO 2022 will begin on 13 January 2022, with matches taking place in five arenas: Budapest, Debrecen and Szeged in Hungary, and Bratislava and Kosice in Slovakia. The final will be staged in the newly-built 20,000-seater Budapest Arena on 30 January 2022.
Covid-19 cases lead to postponements
Following Covid-19 positive cases in the participating teams, teams in quarantine, or local pandemic measures, a number of matches in the Men’s EHF EURO 2022 Qualifiers and EHF EURO Cup have been postponed to a later date.
For an updated overview, click here.
Tune in for live handball
Live coverage of the round 2 qualifiers on Saturday and Sunday is available to handball fans across the continent. All matches will be streamed live on EHFTV, subject to geo-blocking. Throw-off times below are all CET.
Saturday 7 November
Group 3: Russia vs Ukraine (13:00) – Belarus 5, Match TV, Poverkhnost, EHFTV
Group 7: Finland vs Denmark (16:00) – YLE TV, TV 2 Denmark, EHFTV
Group 7: Switzerland vs North Macedonia (18:30) – SRF 2, Arena Sport, MKRTV, EHFTV
EHF EURO Cup: Croatia vs Hungary (18:00) – HRT-HTV 2, MTVA, M4, EHFTV
Sunday 8 November
Group 2: Estonia vs Germany (15:15) – ETV, ZDF, EHFTV
Group 4: Lithuania vs Portugal (15:00) – LRT Plius, RTP 2/Play, EHFTV
Group 6: Italy vs Norway (18:00) – Sky Sport Arena, NENT, EHFTV
Group 8: Kosovo vs Sweden (17:00) – RTV21, NENT, TV6, Viaplay, EHFTV
Group 8: Romania vs Montenegro (17:25) – TVR1, Arena Sport, EHFTV
Download the official media guide
The EHF Media and Communications department has prepared an EHF EURO 2022 Qualifiers media guide to facilitate the media's coverage.
The media guide can be downloaded here.
This guide provides journalists not only with an overview of all 32 teams participating, but also gives an extensive overview of the teams’ records, such as biggest win or most goals scored in an EHF EURO qualifier, as well as all head-to-head statistics for the eight qualification groups.