1994 European Women's Handball Championship

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1994 EHF European Women's
Handball Championship
Tournament details
Host country  Germany
Dates 17–25 September
Teams 12 (from 1 confederation)
Venue(s)(in 4 host cities)
Final positions
Champions  Denmark (1st title)
Runner-up  Germany
Third place  Norway
Fourth place  Hungary
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The 1994 EHF European Women's Handball Championship was held in Germany from 17–25 September. It was won by Denmark after beating Germany 27–23 in the final match.

Venues[edit]

The European Championships will be held in the following cities:

Teams[edit]

Group A Group B
 Austria  Czech Republic
 Croatia  Germany
 Denmark  Hungary
 Norway  Romania
 Sweden  Russia
 Ukraine  Slovakia

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Denmark 5 5 0 0 130 100 +30 10
 Norway 5 3 0 2 92 89 +3 6
 Croatia 5 3 0 2 88 92 −4 6
 Sweden 5 2 0 3 110 125 −15 4
 Austria 5 1 0 4 94 98 −4 2
 Ukraine 5 1 0 4 96 106 −10 2
September 17, 1994 Norway  25 – 23  Sweden
(12–11)
September 17, 1994 Denmark  26 – 20  Croatia
(13–8)
September 17, 1994 Austria  24 – 16  Ukraine
(16–10)
September 18, 1994 Croatia  14 – 13  Austria
(8–8)
September 18, 1994 Sweden  20 – 32  Denmark
(8–17)
September 18, 1994 Ukraine  16 – 19  Norway
(7–8)
September 19, 1994 Sweden  24 – 23  Ukraine
(18–14)
September 19, 1994 Norway  15 – 16  Croatia
(10–10)
September 19, 1994 Denmark  28 – 21  Austria
(15–12)
September 21, 1994 Croatia  20 – 17  Sweden
(9–9)
September 21, 1994 Austria  11 – 14  Norway
(6–8)
September 21, 1994 Denmark  21 – 20  Ukraine
(9–14)
September 22, 1994 Ukraine  21 – 18  Croatia
(9–10)
September 22, 1994 Austria  25 – 26  Sweden
(14–15)
September 22, 1994 Norway  19 – 23  Denmark
(8–10)

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Germany 5 4 0 1 107 98 +9 8
 Hungary 5 3 1 1 116 107 +9 7
 Russia 5 3 0 2 117 89 +28 6
 Czech Republic 5 2 0 3 98 98 0 4
 Romania 5 2 0 3 88 98 −10 4
 Slovakia 5 0 1 4 82 118 −36 1
September 17, 1994 Germany  23 – 21  Russia
(10–8)
September 17, 1994 Romania  22 – 16  Slovakia
(13–8)
September 17, 1994 Hungary  25 – 19  Czech Republic
(13–9)
September 18, 1994 Czech Republic  21 – 22  Germany
(11–12)
September 18, 1994 Russia  21 – 14  Romania
(12–7)
September 18, 1994 Slovakia  23 – 23  Hungary
(17–9)
September 19, 1994 Romania  16 – 24  Hungary
(6–13)
September 19, 1994 Germany  20 – 13  Slovakia
(10–8)
September 19, 1994 Russia  17 – 19  Czech Republic
(8–8)
September 21, 1994 Slovakia  14 – 31  Russia
(8–16)
September 21, 1994 Romania  18 – 17  Czech Republic
(10–8)
September 21, 1994 Hungary  25 – 22  Germany
(12–8)
September 22, 1994 Czech Republic  22 – 16  Slovakia
(11–6)
September 22, 1994 Hungary  19 – 27  Russia
(11–14)
September 22, 1994 Germany  20 – 18  Romania
(13–9)

classification matches[edit]

Eleventh place game[edit]

September 24, 1994 Ukraine  30 – 29 (ET)  Slovakia
(12–11)

FT: 22–22 ET: 27–27, 30–29

Ninth place game[edit]

September 24, 1994 Austria  26 – 24  Romania
(14–8)

Seventh place game[edit]

September 24, 1994 Sweden  24 – 20  Czech Republic
(12–10)

Fifth place game[edit]

September 24, 1994 Croatia  27 – 26  Russia
(12–12)

Final round[edit]

Semi-Final Final
September 24, 1994
   Denmark  29  
   Hungary  28  
 
September 25, 1994
       Denmark  27
     Germany  23
3rd/4th Place
September 24, 1994 September 25, 1994
   Germany  22    Hungary  19
   Norway  18      Norway  24

Semifinals[edit]

September 24, 1994 Denmark  29 – 28 (ET)  Hungary
(13–15)

FT: 26–26 ET: 29–28


September 24, 1994 Germany  22 – 18  Norway
(12–9)

Bronze medal match[edit]

September 25, 1994 Hungary  19 – 24  Norway
(6–10)

Gold medal match[edit]

September 25, 1994 Denmark  27 – 23  Germany
(14–13)

Final ranking[edit]