2010 European Women's Handball Championship

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2010 EHF European Women's Handball Championship
2010 European Women's Handball Championship logo.svg
Tournament details
Host countries  Denmark
 Norway
Dates 7–19 December
Teams 16 (from 1 confederation)
Venue(s) (in 5 host cities)
Final positions
Champions  Norway (5th title)
Runner-up  Sweden
Third place  Romania
Fourth place  Denmark
Tournament statistics
Matches 47
Goals scored 2388 (50.81 per match)
Attendance 215,752 (4,590 per match)
Top scorer(s)  Cristina Neagu (ROU)
(53 goals)
Best player  Linnea Torstenson (SWE)
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The 2010 European Women's Handball Championship was held in Denmark and Norway from 7–19 December. It was the first European Championship hosted by two countries.[1] Norway won their overall 5th gold medal, when they defeated first time finalist Sweden in the final. Romania claimed the bronze medal.

Venues[edit]

Three Danish and two Norwegian cities have been selected to host the 2010 Championship. The venues in Aalborg, Aarhus and Larvik were only used during the preliminary round. The fourth venue to be used in this round is located in Lillehammer, and was also one of the two venues in the main round. The other being MCH Indoor Arena in Herning, which was the only venue to be used in the final round.[2][3]


Lillehammer
Håkons Hall
Capacity: 11,500
Håkons hall Lillehammer.jpg
Larvik Map Aalborg
Arena Larvik
Capacity: 4,000
Location of venues used during the 2010 Championship
Gigantium
Capacity: 7,600
Larvik Torstrand.jpg Gigantium Front.jpg
Herning Aarhus
Jyske Bank Boxen
Capacity: 12,000
NRGi Arena
Capacity: 4,740
Jyske Bank Boxen.jpg Atletion.jpg

Competition Format[edit]

  • Preliminary Round: 16 teams were divided into four groups. They played each other in a single round robin system, so each team played three matches. A win was worth two points, while a draw was worth one point. The top three teams from each group advanced to the Main Round.
  • Main Round: 12 teams were divided in two groups. They played against the teams they didn't play in the Preliminary Round, so each team played 3 matches. All points from the Preliminary Round, except the points gained against the 4th place team in the preliminary group, were carried forward into the Main Round. Same round robin rules applied as in the Preliminary Round. Top 2 teams from each group advanced to the Semifinals, while the third placed team from each group advanced to the 5th–6th Place Play-off.
  • Final Round: 6 teams play in the final weekend of the championships. 3rd place teams from the Main Round played in the 5th–6th Place Play-off. Other teams played in the Semi-finals. Losers of the Semi-finals advanced to the 3rd–4th Place Play-off, and winners advanced to the Final.

Ranking in preliminary and main round[edit]

If two or more teams were equal on points in the preliminary or main round, their ranking was determined as follows:[4]

During the preliminary or main round matches:

  1. higher goal difference in all matches
  2. greater number of plus goals in all matches
  3. alphabetic order

After the completion of the preliminary and main round matches:

  1. better results in points gained in the direct encounter of the teams
  2. higher goal difference in the direct encounter of the teams
  3. greater number of plus goals in the direct encounter of the teams
  4. goal difference in all matches (achieved by subtraction)
  5. greater number of plus goals in all matches

Qualification[edit]

Qualification matches were played from September 2009 to May 2010.[1] Following the new system introduced for the 2010 Men's Championship, all teams were included in the qualification round, except host Denmark and defending champion and host Norway. Teams were divided in 7 groups and the two top ranked teams from each group qualified.

Qualified teams[edit]

Country Qualified as Date qualification was secured Previous appearances in tournament1
 Denmark 00Co-hosts 005 May 2006 80 (1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008)
 Norway 01Co-hosts 005 May 2006 80 (1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008)
 Hungary 02Group 2 winner 014 April 2010 80 (1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008)
 France 03Group 3 winner 014 April 2010 50 (2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008)
 Germany 04Group 4 winner 014 April 2010 80 (1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008)
 Spain 05Group 5 winner 014 April 2010 50 (1998, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008)
 Montenegro 06Group 6 winner 014 April 2010 00 (debut)
 Russia 072nd place in Group 6 014 April 2010 80 (1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008)
 Croatia 08Group 7 winner 014 April 2010 50 (1994, 1996, 2004, 2006, 2008)
 Romania 082nd place in Group 1 0226 May 2010 70 (1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2008)
 Ukraine 08Group 1 winner 0226 May 2010 80 (1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008)
 Iceland 082nd place in Group 3 0229 May 2010 00 (debut)
 Slovenia 082nd place in Group 4 0230 May 2010 30 (2002, 2004, 2006)
 Netherlands 2nd place in Group 7 30 May 2010 30 (1998, 2002, 2006)
 Sweden 2nd place in Group 2 30 May 2010 60 (1994, 1996, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008)
 Serbia 2nd place in Group 5 30 May 2010 20 (2006, 2008)
1 Bold indicates champion for that year

Squads[edit]

Each nation had to submit an initial squad of 28 players by 3 November 2010,[5] but 12 of them became reserves when the final squad of 16 players was announced the day before the tournament starts.[6]

Referees[edit]

13 Referee pairs were selected:[7]

  • Croatia Matija Gubica and Boris Milošević
  • Czech Republic Jiří Opava and Pavel Válek
  • Denmark Martin Gjeding and Mads Hansen
  • Denmark Marlene Kroløkke Lythje and Karina Christiansen
  • France Charlotte Bonaventura and Julie Bonaventura
  • Hungary Csaba Kékes and Pál Kékes
  • Israel Slomo Cohen and Yoram Peretz
  • Latvia Zigmārs Stoļarovs and Renārs Līcis
  • Montenegro Ivan Pavićević and Miloš Ražnatović
  • Norway Kjersti Arntsen and Ida Cecilie Gullaksen
  • Romania Diana-Carmen Florescu and Anamaria Duţă
  • Russia Valerija Guseva and Stella Vartanyan
  • Slovakia Peter Brunovský and Vladimír Čanda

Seeding[edit]

The draw for the final tournament took place 17:00 CET on 5 June 2010 in Odense.[8]

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4

Preliminary round[edit]

     Team advances to the Main Round
     Team is eliminated from the tournament

Group A (Aalborg)[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GDIF Points
 Denmark 3 3 0 0 72 61 +11 6
 Romania 3 2 0 1 92 79 +13 4
 Spain 3 1 0 2 71 75 −4 2
 Serbia 3 0 0 3 71 91 −20 0

All times are Central European Time (UTC+1)

7 December
18:15
Spain  26 – 30  Romania Gigantium Arena, Aalborg
Attendance: 4,231
Referees: Arntsen, Gullaksen (NOR)
Pena 6 (10–15) Vărzaru 9
Suspension 2×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

7 December
20:45
Denmark  25 – 20  Serbia Gigantium Arena, Aalborg
Attendance: 6,223
Referees: Brunovský, Čanda (SVK)
Kviesgaard 4 (14–6) Lekic 7
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

9 December
18:45
Serbia  23 – 26  Spain Gigantium Arena, Aalborg
Attendance: 4,625
Referees: Kékes, Kékes (HUN)
Lekić, Damnjanović 6 (9–14) Alberto 5
Suspension 2×Booked Report Suspension

9 December
20:45
Romania  22 – 25  Denmark Gigantium Arena, Aalborg
Attendance: 6,476
Referees: Bonaventura, Bonaventura (FRA)
Neagu 8 (15–14) Norgaard 7
Suspension 4×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

11 December
18:45
Romania  40 – 28  Serbia Gigantium Arena, Aalborg
Attendance: 5,800
Referees: Cohen, Peretz (ISR)
Neagu 7 (20–14) Krpez 6
Suspension 1×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

11 December
20:45
Spain  19 – 22  Denmark Gigantium Arena, Aalborg
Attendance: 6,607
Referees: Opava, Válek (CZE)
Mangue 4 (9–12) Troelsen 6
Suspension 4×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

Group B (Aarhus)[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GDIF Points
 Russia 3 2 0 1 82 69 +13 4
 Montenegro 3 2 0 1 78 74 +4 4
 Croatia 3 2 0 1 88 83 +5 4
 Iceland 3 0 0 3 69 91 –22 0

All times are Central European Time (UTC+1)

7 December
18:15
Montenegro  24 – 22  Russia NRGI Atletion Arena, Aarhus
Attendance: 600
Referees: Kékes, Kékes (HUN)
Popović 9 (10–15) Kuznetcova, Turey 4
Suspension 3×Booked 1×Red card Report Suspension 3×Booked

7 December
20:15
Croatia  35 – 25  Iceland NRGI Atletion Arena, Aarhus
Attendance: 300
Referees: Cohen, Peretz (ISR)
Franić 9 (19–12) Stefansdottir 6
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

9 December
18:15
Iceland  23 – 26  Montenegro NRGI Atletion Arena, Aarhus
Attendance: 1,200
Referees: Arntsen, Gullaksen (NOR)
Skúladóttir 8 (10–14) Radičević, Savić 6
Suspension 2×Booked Report Suspension 2×Booked

9 December
20:15
Russia  30 – 24  Croatia NRGI Atletion Arena, Aarhus
Attendance: 900
Referees: Opava, Válek (CZE)
Kochetova 6 (16–11) Pusić, Franić 7
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

11 December
18:15
Russia  30 – 21  Iceland NRGI Atletion Arena, Aarhus
Attendance: 1,150
Referees: Bonaventura, Bonaventura (FRA)
Kochetova 6 (16–9) Bragadóttir 5
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 2×Booked

11 December
20:15
Montenegro  28 – 29  Croatia NRGI Atletion Arena, Aarhus
Attendance: 900
Referees: Brunovský, Čanda (SVK)
Popović 11 (12–13) Penezić 10
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 2×Booked

Group C (Larvik)[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GDIF Points
 Sweden 3 3 0 0 85 68 +17 6
 Netherlands 3 1 0 2 70 68 +2 2
 Ukraine 3 1 0 2 71 81 −10 2
 Germany 3 1 0 2 78 87 –9 2

All times are Central European Time (UTC+1)

7 December
17:45
Germany  25 – 27  Sweden Arena Larvik, Larvik
Attendance: 1,956
Referees: Gubica, Milošević (CRO)
Mietzner 6 (14–12) Gulldén 7
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

7 December
19:45
Ukraine  13 – 25  Netherlands Arena Larvik, Larvik
Attendance: 607
Referees: Lythje, Christiansen (DEN)
Shymkute 5 (8–13) Visser 10
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

8 December
17:45
Sweden  33 – 25  Ukraine Arena Larvik, Larvik
Attendance: 1,034
Referees: Florescu, Duţă (ROU)
Torstensson 7 (18–15) Vashchuk 6
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 2×Booked

8 December
19:45
Netherlands  27 – 30  Germany Arena Larvik, Larvik
Attendance: 1,058
Referees: Lythje, Christiansen (DEN)
van der Heijden 7 (18–17) Lörper 7
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

10 December
17:45
Sweden  25 – 18  Netherlands Arena Larvik, Larvik
Attendance: 1,205
Referees: Stoļarovs, Līcis (LAT)
Gulldén 6 (14–6) van der Wissel 6
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 2×Booked

10 December
19:45
Germany  23 – 33  Ukraine Arena Larvik, Larvik
Attendance: 894
Referees: Pavićević, Ražnatović (MNE)
Jurack 6 (10–15) Manaharova 8
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

Group D (Lillehammer)[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GDIF Points
 Norway 3 3 0 0 99 51 +48 6
 Hungary 3 2 0 1 62 71 –9 4
 France 3 1 0 2 69 73 –4 2
 Slovenia 3 0 0 3 54 89 −35 0

All times are Central European Time (UTC+1)

7 December
18:15
Hungary  28 – 19  Slovenia Håkons Hall, Lillehammer
Attendance: 4,300
Referees: Guseva, Vartanyan (RUS)
Bulath 6 (16–10) Zrnec 5
Suspension 2×Booked Report Suspension 2×Booked

7 December
20:15
Norway  33 – 22  France Håkons Hall, Lillehammer
Attendance: 5,145
Referees: Pavićević, Ražnatović (MNE)
Riegelhuth 7 (19–10) Deroin 4
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

8 December
18:15
France  18 – 21  Hungary Håkons Hall, Lillehammer
Attendance: 2,178
Referees: Stoļarovs, Līcis (LAT)
Lacrabère 6 (7–12) Bulath 5
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

8 December
20:15
Slovenia  16 – 32  Norway Håkons Hall, Lillehammer
Attendance: 2,674
Referees: Guseva, Vartanyan (RUS)
Gros 4 (6–19) Løke 7
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 2×Booked

10 December
18:15
France  29 – 19  Slovenia Håkons Hall, Lillehammer
Attendance: 5,050
Referees: Florescu, Duţă (ROU)
Signate 7 (15–9) Jericek 8
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

10 December
20:15
Norway  34 – 13  Hungary Håkons Hall, Lillehammer
Attendance: 10,185
Referees: Gubica, Milošević (CRO)
Løke 7 (19–7) Szucsánszki 6
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

Main Round[edit]

Top 2 teams from each group advanced to the Semifinals, while the third placed team from each group competed in a 5th/6th place play-off.

     Team advances to the Semifinals
     Team will compete for the 5th/6th place
     Team is eliminated from the tournament

Group I (Herning)[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GDIF Points
 Denmark 5 4 0 1 133 110 +23 8
 Romania 5 3 0 2 126 129 −3 6
 Montenegro 5 3 0 2 125 123 +2 6
 Russia 5 2 0 3 129 124 +5 4
 Croatia 5 2 0 3 117 142 –25 4
 Spain 5 1 0 4 117 119 −2 2

All times are Central European Time (UTC+1)

13 December
16:45
Spain  20 – 22  Montenegro MCH Indoor Arena, Herning
Attendance: 3,000
Referees: Kékes, Kékes (HUN)
Alberto 6 (12–12) Popović 6
Suspension 2×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

13 December
18:45
Romania  31 – 22  Croatia MCH Indoor Arena, Herning
Attendance: 8,000
Referees: Opava, Válek (CZE)
Neagu, Manea 7 (14–12) Penezic 6
 1×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

13 December
20:45
Denmark  26 – 20  Russia MCH Indoor Arena, Herning
Attendance: 11,454
Referees: Brunovský, Čanda (SVK)
Augustesen 7 (11–10) Kuznetcova 4
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked 1×Red card

14 December
16:45
Romania  23 – 21  Montenegro MCH Indoor Arena, Herning
Attendance: 3,420
Referees: Brunovský, Čanda (SVK)
Neagu 11 (13–12) Popović 7
Suspension 1×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

14 December
18:45
Spain  30 – 22  Russia MCH Indoor Arena, Herning
Attendance: 9,430
Referees: Bonaventura, Bonaventura (FRA)
Pena 8 (16–12) Davydenko, Vetkova 5
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

14 December
20:45
Denmark  31 – 19  Croatia MCH Indoor Arena, Herning
Attendance: 11,304
Referees: Kékes, Kékes (HUN)
Kviesgaard 7 (16–10) Horvat 4
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

16 December
16:45
Romania  20 – 35  Russia MCH Indoor Arena, Herning
Attendance: 3,980
Referees: Arntsen, Gullaksen (NOR)
Geiger 6 (10–19) Sen 6
Suspension 2×Booked Report Suspension 2×Booked

16 December
18:45
Spain  22 – 23  Croatia MCH Indoor Arena, Herning
Attendance: 7,630
Referees: Opava, Válek (CZE)
three players 5 (10–11) Penezić 8
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

16 December
20:45
Denmark  29 – 30  Montenegro MCH Indoor Arena, Herning
Attendance: 11,461
Referees: Bonaventura, Bonaventura (FRA)
Dalby 8 (18–14) Popović 8
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 2×Booked

Group II (Lillehammer)[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GDIF Points
 Sweden 5 4 0 1 127 103 +24 8
 Norway 5 4 0 1 153 91 +62 8
 France 5 3 0 2 116 115 +1 6
 Netherlands 5 2 0 3 104 115 –11 4
 Hungary 5 2 0 3 98 128 –30 4
 Ukraine 5 0 0 5 101 147 −46 0

All times are Central European Time (UTC+1)

12 December
16:15
Netherlands  21 – 23  France Håkons Hall
Attendance: 2,133
Referees: Gubica, Milošević (CRO)
Visser 9 (10–13) Dembele, Deroin, Lacrabère, Signate, Spincer 3
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

12 December
18:15
Ukraine  25 – 26  Hungary Håkons Hall
Attendance: 2,471
Referees: Gjeding, Hansen (DEN)
Pidpalova 9 (12–14) Szucsánszki 6
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 2×Booked

12 December
20:15
Sweden  24 – 19  Norway Håkons Hall
Attendance: 6,535
Referees: Guseva, Vartanyan (RUS)
Torstenson 7 (13–6) Alstad 5
Suspension 2×Booked Report  2×Booked

14 December
16:15
Netherlands  27 – 19  Hungary Håkons Hall
Attendance: 346
Referees: Stoļarovs, Līcis (LAT)
Van der Heijden, Visser 6 (15–10) Szucsánszki 6
Suspension 3×Booked 1×Red card Report Suspension 3×Booked 1×Red card

14 December
18:15
Sweden  21 – 22  France Håkons Hall
Attendance: 2,150
Referees: Gjeding, Hansen (DEN)
Torstenson 8 (9–11) Pineau, Signate 4
Suspension 1×Booked 1×Red card Report Suspension 3×Booked

14 December
20:15
Ukraine  19 – 32  Norway Håkons Hall
Attendance: 3,527
Referees: Florescu, Duţă (ROU)
Laiuk, Zoria 3 (6–13) Løke 6
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

15 December
16:15
Ukraine  19 – 31  France Håkons Hall
Attendance: 711
Referees: Gubica, Milošević (CRO)
Borshchenko 7 (13–16) Pineau 6
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 2×Booked

15 December
18:15
Sweden  24 – 19  Hungary Håkons Hall
Attendance: 2,340
Referees: Florescu, Duţă (ROU)
Torstenson 8 (10–12) Szucsánszki 8
Suspension 2×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

15 December
20:15
Netherlands  13 – 35  Norway Håkons Hall
Attendance: 5,123
Referees: Guseva, Vartanyan (RUS)
Abbingh 4 (9–18) Løke 7
Suspension 2×Booked Report Suspension 2×Booked

Final round[edit]

Knockout map[edit]

Semifinal Final
18 December (Herning)
   Denmark   19  
   Norway   29  
 
19 December (Herning)
       Norway   25
     Sweden   20
Bronze Match
18 December (Herning) 19 December (Herning)
   Romania   23    Denmark   15
   Sweden   25      Romania   16

5th Place Match[edit]

18 December
11:30
Montenegro  19 – 23  France MCH Indoor Arena, Herning
Attendance: 3,320
Referees: Kekes, Kekes (HUN)
Popović 5 (5–12) Signate 7
 3×Booked Report Suspension 2×Booked

Semifinals[edit]

18 December
14:30
Romania  23 – 25  Sweden MCH Indoor Arena, Herning
Attendance: 9,600
Referees: Brunovský, Čanda (SVK)
Neagu 7 (13–14) Torstenson 9
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

18 December
17:00
Denmark  19 – 29  Norway MCH Indoor Arena, Herning
Attendance: 11,411
Referees: Gubica, Milošević (CRO)
Skov 5 (10–14) Sulland 7
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 2×Booked

Bronze Medal Match[edit]

19 December
14:30
Denmark  15 – 16  Romania MCH Indoor Arena, Herning
Attendance: 11,004
Referees: Bonaventura, Bonaventura (FRA)
Nørgaard, Skov 4 (7–9) Neagu 6
Suspension 3×Booked Report Suspension 2×Booked

Final[edit]

19 December
17:00
Norway  25 – 20  Sweden MCH Indoor Arena, Herning
Attendance: 11,004
Referees: Gjeding, Hansen (DEN)
Løke, Hammerseng 5 (10–11) Gulldén 7
Suspension 1×Booked Report Suspension 3×Booked

Ranking and Statistics[edit]

 

Top Goalkeepers[edit]

Rank Name Team % Saves Shots
1 Katrine Lunde Haraldsen  Norway 47% 96 205
2 Amandine Leynaud  France 44% 88 198
3 Kari Aalvik Grimsbø  Norway 42% 27 64
Cecilia Grubbström  Sweden 57 137
Maria Sidorova  Russia 71 168
Talida Tolnai  Romania 95 227
7 Karin Mortensen  Denmark 41% 99 241
Clara Woltering  Germany 18 44
9 Silvia Navarro  Spain 39% 59 151
Katalin Pálinger  Hungary 70 178

Source: SportResult.com

Top goalscorers[edit]

Rank Name Team Goals Shots %
1 Cristina Neagu  Romania 53 105 50%
2 Linnea Torstenson  Sweden 48 90 53%
3 Bojana Popović  Montenegro 46 85 54%
4 Heidi Løke  Norway 40 47 85%
5 Isabelle Gulldén  Sweden 36 65 55%
Maura Visser  Netherlands 65 55%
7 Zita Szucsánszki  Hungary 34 63 54%
8 Marija Jovanović  Montenegro 31 76 41%
Andrea Penezić  Croatia 62 50%
10 Ionela Stanca  Romania 28 34 82%

Source: SportResult.com

 

Best defender[edit]

Rank Name Team Block Steals Total
1 Tonje Larsen  Norway 13 9 22
2 Linnea Torstenson  Sweden 9 11 20
3 Isabelle Gulldén  Sweden 10 7 17
Gro Hammerseng  Norway 11 6
5 Marit Malm Frafjord  Norway 7 9 16
3 Aurelia Bradeanu  Romania 9 5 14
Andrea Penezić  Croatia 11 3
Maria Tivadar  Romania 5 9
9 Milena Knezevic  Montenegro 5 7 12
Mette Melgaard  Denmark 2 10
Allison Pineau  France 5 7
Maura Visser  Netherlands 5 7

Source: SportResult.com

Most assists[edit]

Rank Name Team Assists
1 Cristina Neagu  Romania 36
2 Isabelle Gulldén  Sweden 30
3 Linnea Torstenson  Sweden 26
4 Bojana Popović  Montenegro 24
5 Gro Hammerseng  Norway 21
6 Maura Visser  Netherlands 20
7 Tonje Larsen  Norway 19
8 Trine Troelsen  Denmark 18
9 Pearl van der Wissel  Netherlands 17
10 Tonje Nøstvold  Norway 16

Source: SportResult.com

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Women's EHF EURO 2010 Qualification Draw". European Handball Federation. 19 March 2009. Archived from the original on 22 March 2009. Retrieved 2009-03-23. 
  2. ^ "EM-håndball i Larvik og Lillehammer" (in Norwegian). TV 2 Sporten. 19 March 2009. Archived from the original on 22 March 2009. Retrieved 2009-03-23. 
  3. ^ "EHF EURO 2010: playing schedule published". European Handball Federation. 25 June 2010. Archived from the original on 30 June 2010. Retrieved 2010-06-25. 
  4. ^ "EHF EURO Regulations" (PDF). Statues of the European Handball Federation (EHF). European Handball Federation (EHF). pp. 13–14. Retrieved 15 December 2010. 
  5. ^ Official 28 player Squad List
  6. ^ 9th Women's EHF Euro Championship Guide
  7. ^ "EHF EURO 2010 referees". ehf-euro.com. 2010-11-09. Retrieved 2010-12-07. 
  8. ^ Draw results

External links[edit]