Czech Republic national handball team
|Association||Czech Handball Association|
|Coach||Jan Filip/Daniel Kubeš|
|Appearances||6 (first in 1995)|
|Best result||8th (1995)|
|Appearances||8 (first in 1996)|
|Best result||6th (1996)|
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The Czech Republic national handball team is the national handball team of the Czech Republic. It was most successful in the mid-1990s, with sixth place at the 1996 European Championship and a win over the later runners-up Croatia at the 1995 World Championship, but the team have failed to qualify for major championships on several occasions since.
Before the Czech Republic became independent in 1993, the Czechoslovakia national team won five World Championship medals between 1954 and 1967, and qualified for every World Championship between 1954 and 1993. However, the Czech federation were admitted in time to attempt to qualify for the first European Championship in 1994. They were eliminated by another new nation, Slovenia, after losing on the away goals rule.
|Portugal 1994||Did not participate|
|Spain 1996||Preliminary Round||6||5||3||0||2||129||125|
|Italy 1998||Preliminary Round||10||5||1||0||4||130||132|
|Croatia 2000||Did not participate|
|Sweden 2002||Main Round||8||6||3||0||3||151||169|
|Slovenia 2004||Main Round||11||6||1||1||4||177||202|
|Switzerland 2006||Did not participate|
|Norway 2008||Preliminary Round||13||3||0||0||3||88||97|
|Austria 2010||Main Round||8||6||2||1||3||175||180|
|Serbia 2012||Preliminary Round||14||3||1||0||2||77||84|
|Denmark 2014||Preliminary Round||15||3||0||1||2||73||87|
Squad for the 2014 European Men's Handball Championship.
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