1995 World Women's Handball Championship

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1995 World Women's Handball Championship
Tournament details
Host countries  Austria
 Hungary
Dates 5–17 December 1995
Teams 20 (from 5 confederations)
Venue(s) (in 7 host cities)
Final positions
Champions  South Korea (1st title)
Runner-up  Hungary
Third place  Denmark
Tournament statistics
Matches 72
Goals scored 3299 (45.82 per match)
Top scorer(s)  Natalja Derepasko (UKR) (61 goals)
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The 1995 World Women's Handball Championship took place in Austria and Hungary from 1995.

Group stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GDIF Points
 Austria 4 4 0 0 109 74 +35 8
 Norway 4 3 0 1 107 64 +43 6
 Sweden 4 2 0 2 90 79 +11 4
 Japan 4 0 1 3 66 103 -37 1
 Ivory Coast 4 0 1 3 53 105 -52 1
5 December 1995
18:00
Norway  26 - 18  Japan Krems
(12 - 8)

5 December 1995
19:30
Austria  29 - 13  Ivory Coast Wiener Neustadt
(10 - 8)

6 December 1995
18:00
Sweden  27 - 14  Japan Sankt Pölten
(13 - 5)

6 December 1995
20:00
Norway  32 - 7  Ivory Coast Sankt Pölten
(13 - 4)

7 December 1995
19:30
Austria  24 - 22  Sweden Wiener Neustadt
(13 - 9)

8 December 1995
17:30
Japan  18 - 18  Ivory Coast Wiener Neustadt
(11 - 8)

8 December 1995
19:30
Austria  24 - 23  Norway Wiener Neustadt
(11 - 13)

9 December 1995
20:00
Norway  26 - 15  Sweden Krems
(15 - 7)

10 December 1995
13:00
Sweden  26 - 15  Ivory Coast Wiener Neustadt
(13 - 6)

10 December 1995
15:00
Austria  32 - 16  Japan Wiener Neustadt
(17 - 4)

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GDIF Points
 Romania 4 4 0 0 124 81 +43 8
 Denmark 4 3 0 1 116 78 +38 6
 Slovakia 4 1 1 2 92 95 -3 3
 Czech Republic 4 1 1 2 83 86 -3 3
 Canada 4 0 0 4 61 136 -75 0
5 December 1995
16:30
Romania  27 - 22  Slovakia Wiener Neustadt
(16 - 8)

5 December 1995
20:00
Denmark  37 - 18  Canada Krems
(19 - 7)

6 December 1995
18:00
Czech Republic  27 - 11  Canada Stockerau
(15 - 3)

6 December 1995
20:00
Denmark  26 - 17  Slovakia Stockerau
(11 - 6)

7 December 1995
17:30
Romania  25 - 18  Czech Republic Wiener Neustadt
(12 - 11)

8 December 1995
19:00
Romania  29 - 27  Denmark Sankt Pölten
(16 - 14)

8 December 1995
17:00
Slovakia  29 - 18  Canada Sankt Pölten
(14 - 12)

9 December 1995
18:00
Romania  26 - 14  Slovakia Krems
(11 - 5)

10 December 1995
18:00
Romania  43 - 14  Canada Stockerau
(18 - 8)

10 December 1995
20:00
Slovakia  24 - 24  Czech Republic Stockerau
(11 - 11)

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GDIF Points
 South Korea 4 4 0 0 114 78 +36 8
 Russia 4 2 1 1 95 74 +21 5
 Germany 4 2 1 1 97 84 +13 5
 China 4 1 0 3 90 112 -22 2
 Angola 4 0 0 4 76 124 -48 0
5 December 1995
17:30
Germany  30 - 19  Angola Győr
(17 - 10)

5 December 1995
19:30
South Korea  24 - 20  Russia Győr
(12 - 13)

6 December 1995
17:00
Germany  29 - 23  China Győr
(14 - 12)

6 December 1995
15:00
Russia  26 - 17  Angola Győr
(17 - 6)

7 December 1995
17:00
South Korea  32 - 18  China Győr
(13 - 7)

8 December 1995
15:00
South Korea  34 - 20  Angola Győr
(19 - 7)

8 December 1995
17:00
Russia  18 - 18  Germany Győr
(10 - 6)

9 December 1995
17:00
China  34 - 20  Angola Győr
(15 - 9)

10 December 1995
16:00
Russia  31 - 15  China Győr
(18 - 7)

10 December 1995
18:00
South Korea  24 - 20  Germany Győr
(11 - 9)

Group D[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GDIF Points
 Hungary 4 4 0 0 110 69 +41 8
 Croatia 4 3 0 1 78 61 +17 6
 Ukraine 4 2 0 2 93 80 +13 4
 United States 4 1 0 3 72 97 -25 2
 Brazil 4 0 0 4 63 109 -46 0
5 December 1995
16:30
Croatia  21 - 15  United States Budapest
(10 - 3)

5 December 1995
19:30
Hungary  30 - 23  Ukraine Budapest
(12 - 11)

6 December 1995
17:00
Croatia  17 - 16  Ukraine Budapest
(8 - 8)

7 December 1995
17:00
United States  24 - 19  Brazil Budapest
(13 - 7)

8 December 1995
17:00
Ukraine  27 - 16  United States Budapest
(13 - 6)

8 December 1995
19:00
Hungary  17 - 15  Croatia Budapest
(11 - 5)

9 December 1995
17:00
Ukraine  27 - 17  Brazil Budapest
(12 - 9)

10 December 1995
17:00
Croatia  25 - 13  Brazil Budapest
(14 - 5)

10 December 1995
19:00
Hungary  30 - 17  United States Budapest
(12 - 7)

Final standings[edit]

# Team
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 South Korea
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 Hungary
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 Denmark
4.
 Norway
5.
 Germany
6.
 Russia
7.
 Romania
8.
 Austria
9.
 Ukraine
10.
 Croatia
11.
 Sweden
12.
 Slovakia
13.  Czech Republic
 China
 Japan
 Angola
17.  United States
 Ivory Coast
 Brazil
 Canada

Source: International Handball Federation