Brazil women's national handball team

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Brazil women's national handball team
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Association Confederação Brasileira de Handebol
Coach Morten Soubak
Captain Fabiana Diniz
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Results
Summer Olympics
Appearances 5 (First in 2000)
Best result 5th (2016)
World Championship
Appearances 11 (First in 1995)
Best result 1st (2013)
Pan American Championship
Appearances 13 (First in 1986)
Best result 1st (1997, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2011, 2013, 2015)
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Brazil women's national handball team
Medal record
World Championship
Gold medal – first place 2013 Serbia
Pan American Championship
Gold medal – first place Brazil 1997
Gold medal – first place Argentina 1999
Gold medal – first place Brazil 2000
Gold medal – first place Brazil 2003
Gold medal – first place Brazil 2005
Gold medal – first place Dominican Republic 2007
Gold medal – first place Brazil 2011
Gold medal – first place Dominican Republic 2013
Gold medal – first place Cuba 2015
Silver medal – second place Chile 2009
Bronze medal – third place Brazil 1986
Bronze medal – third place United States 1989
Bronze medal – third place Brazil 1991
Pan American Games
Gold medal – first place Winnipeg 1999 Team
Gold medal – first place Santo Domingo 2003 Team
Gold medal – first place Rio 2007 Team
Gold medal – first place Guadalajara 2011 Team
Gold medal – first place Toronto2015 Team
Bronze medal – third place Indianapolis 1987 Team
Bronze medal – third place Mar Del Plata 1995 Team
Youth Olympic Games
Bronze medal – third place Singapore 2010 Team

The Brazil women's national handball team is the national team of Brazil. It is governed by the Confederação Brasileira de Handebol and takes part in international handball competitions.

In December 2013, the team won the World Championship for the first time in history after defeating Serbia 22–20 in the final. The Brazilian team won all nine games played in the tournament and became the first nation from Americas, Southern Hemisphere and only the second non-European country (after South Korea) to win the title.

Brazil at 2013 World Championship[edit]

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Brazil 5 5 0 0 142 102 +40 10
 Serbia 5 4 0 1 140 105 +35 8
 Denmark 5 3 0 2 151 112 +39 6
 Japan 5 2 0 3 136 131 +5 4
 China 5 1 0 4 114 168 −54 2
 Algeria 5 0 0 5 102 167 −65 0
7 December 2013
18:00
Brazil  36 – 20  Algeria Čair Sports Center, Niš
Attendance: 1,000
Referees: Duţă, Florescu (ROU)
da Silva 9 (21–7) Tizi 6
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8 December 2013
15:45
China  21 – 34  Brazil Čair Sports Center, Niš
Attendance: 200
Referees: García, Marín (ESP)
Wang Shuihui 5 (12–19) da Silva 9
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10 December 2013
18:00
Brazil  25 – 23  Serbia Čair Sports Center, Niš
Attendance: 3,800
Referees: Gatelis, Mažeika (LTU)
Amorim, do Nascimento 5 (14–11) Krpež 5
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11 December 2013
15:45
Brazil  24 – 20  Japan Čair Sports Center, Niš
Attendance: 300
Referees: Krichen, Makhlouf (TUN)
do Nascimento 5 (12–8) Fujii, Tanabe 4
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13 December 2013
20:15
Denmark  18 – 23  Brazil Čair Sports Center, Niš
Attendance: 1,000
Referees: Gatelis, Mažeika (LTU)
Fisker 5 (9–14) Cavaleiro 7
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Round of 16[edit]

16 December 2013
18:00
Brazil  29 – 23  Netherlands Kombank Arena, Belgrade
Attendance: 300
Referees: Horváth, Márton (HUN)
Rodrigues 7 (16–14) Abbingh 7
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Quarterfinals[edit]

18 December 2013
17:30
Brazil  33 – 31 (ET)  Hungary Kombank Arena, Belgrade
Attendance: 7,500
Referees: Mošorinski, Pandžić (SRB)
do Nascimento 10 (12–11) Tomori 7
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FT: 26–26 ET: 3–3, 4–2

Semifinals[edit]

20 December 2013
20:45
Brazil  27 – 21  Denmark Kombank Arena, Belgrade
Attendance: 7,000
Referees: Lah, Sok (SLO)
do Nascimento 7 (14–10) four players 3
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Final[edit]

22 December 2013
17:15
Brazil  22 – 20  Serbia Kombank Arena, Belgrade
Attendance: 19,467
Referees: García, Marín (ESP)
do Nascimento 6 (13–11) Cvijić 5
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The final started with an early 3–1 lead for the Brazilians, but Serbia came from behind to level the result at 3–3. During the continuation of the first half the result was equal with slight leads on the both sides. Serbian players had the last lead in the match 10–9 before Brazil went on with a 4–0 run to take a three-goals lead 13–10. Serbian team scored before the halftime to make it 13–11. In the second half, Brazilian players maintained the lead over two thirds of the second half when the Serbians succeeded to tie with a 4–0 series. The final entered with a tied result at 19–19 in the last four minutes. Brazilians scored to take the lead, which was answered with an equaliser brought by Andrea Lekić to make it 20–20. However, the Brazilian team took the lead once again and after Dragana Cvijić missed to score for her team, Ana Rodriguez scored to finish the match and set the final result 22–20. Alexandra do Nascimento with six and Dragana Cvijić with five goals were the best scorers for the both finalists. Brazil became the first South American country to win the World Women's Handball Championship and only the second non-European (after South Korea) to do so. Eduarda "Duda" Amorim was elected the Most Valuable Player and Barbara "Babi" Arenhart the best Goalkeeper of the competition.

Results[edit]

Olympics Games[edit]

Games Round Position Pld W D L GF GA GD
West Germany 1972 Munich Did not qualify
Canada 1976 Montreal
Soviet Union 1980 Moscow
United States 1984 Los Angeles
South Korea 1988 Seoul
Spain 1992 Barcelona
United States 1996 Atlanta
Australia 2000 Sydney Match for 7th place 8th of 10 7 1 0 6 180 238 -58
Greece 2004 Athens Match for 7th place 7th of 10 7 2 0 5 178 192 -14
China 2008 Beijing Preliminary round 9th of 12 5 1 1 3 124 137 -13
United Kingdom 2012 London Quarter finals 6th of 12 6 4 0 2 156 143 13
Brazil 2016 Rio de Janeiro Quarter finals 5th of 12 6 4 0 2 161 149 12
Total 4/11 31 12 1 18 799 859 -60

World Championships[edit]

Year Round Position GP W D* L GS GA
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1957 Did not enter
Romania 1962
West Germany 1965
Netherlands 1971
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1973
Soviet Union 1975
Czechoslovakia 1978
Hungary 1982
Netherlands 1986
South Korea 1990
Norway 1993
AustriaHungary 1995 Preliminary round 17th-20th 4 0 0 4 63 109
Germany 1997 Preliminary round 23rd 5 0 0 5 104 155
DenmarkNorway 1999 Round of 16 16th 6 1 1 4 127 153
Italy 2001 Round of 16 12th 6 3 0 3 155 168
Croatia 2003 Preliminary round 20th 5 1 0 4 136 155
Russia 2005 Placement matches 7th 8 5 0 3 240 244
France 2007 Placement matches 14th 6 3 1 2 184 128
China 2009 Placement matches 15th 9 6 0 3 288 224
Brazil 2011 Quarter finals 5th 9 8 0 1 291 228
Serbia 2013 Final 1st 9 9 0 0 253 197
Denmark 2015 Round of 16 10th 6 4 1 1 140 120
Total 11/22 1 title 73 40 3 30 1981 1881

Pan American Games[edit]

Games Round Position Pld W D L GF GA GD
United States 1987 Indianapolis Bronze medal match 3rd 5 3 0 2 112 95 17
Cuba 1991 Havana Women's competitions not held
Argentina 1995 Mar del Plata Bronze medal match 3rd 5 3 0 2 126 110 16
Canada 1999 Winnipeg Final 1st 7 6 1 0 217 154 63
Dominican Republic 2003 Santo Domingo Final 1st 7 7 0 0 186 97 89
Brazil 2007 Rio de Janeiro Final 1st 5 5 0 0 183 83 100
Mexico 2011 Guadalajara Final 1st 5 5 0 0 201 70 131
Canada 2015 Toronto Final 1st 5 5 0 0 185 92 93
Total 7/7 5 titles 39 34 1 4 1210 701 509

Pan-American Championship[edit]

Year Round Position GP W D* L GS GA
Brazil 1986 Round robin 3rd
United States 1989 Round robin 3rd 3 1 0 2 72 53
Brazil 1991 Round robin 3rd 5 3 0 2 178 73
Brazil 1997 Final 1st 6 6 0 0 179 65
Argentina 1999 Round robin 1st 5 5 0 0 148 80
Brazil 2000 Round robin 1st 5 5 0 0 210 81
Brazil 2003 Final 1st 5 5 0 0 199 60
Brazil 2005 Round robin 1st 5 5 0 0 166 56
Dominican Republic 2007 Final 1st 5 5 0 0 188 60
Chile 2009 Final 2nd 5 4 0 1 173 84
Brazil 2011 Final 1st 5 5 0 0 179 83
Dominican Republic 2013 Final 1st 6 6 0 0 269 89
Cuba 2015 Final 1st 7 7 0 0 208 116
Total 13/13 9 titles 62 57 0 5 2169 900

Youth Olympics Games[edit]

Year Round Position
Singapore 2010 Bronze medal match 3rd Place
China 2014 Bronze medal match 4th Place
Total 2/2 0 title

Performance in other tournaments[edit]

South American Games
Games Round Position Pld W D L GF GA GD
Brazil 2002 São Bernardo do Campo Round robin 1st 4 4 0 0 130 58 72
Argentina 2006 Mar del Plata Did not enter
Colombia 2010 Medellin Round robin 2nd 5 4 0 1 195 89 106
Chile 2014 Santiago Round robin 1st 4 3 1 0 133 66 67
Total 3/4 2 titles 13 11 1 1 458 213 245

Current squad[edit]

No. Pos. Name Date of birth (age) Height App. Goals Club
P Tamires Morena Lima (1994-05-16)16 May 1994 (aged 23) 1.80 m 00 00 Norway Larvik HK
P Regiane Silva (0000-00-00)0 December 0000 (aged 0) 0.00 m 0 0 Brazil São Bernardo
P Tamires Anselmo (0000-00-00)0 December 0000 (aged 0) 0.00 m 0 0 Brazil EC Pinheiros
RW Mariana Costa (0000-00-00)0 December 0000 (aged 0) 0.00 m 0 0 Denmark Nykøbing Falster
RW Jéssica Quintino (1991-04-17)17 April 1991 (aged 26) 1.76 m 0 0 Denmark HC Odense
RW Larissa Inae (0000-00-0000)0 December 0000 (aged 0) 0.00 m 0 0 Romania CS Măgura Cisnădie
LW Dayane Rocha (0000-00-00)0 December 0000 (aged 0) 0.00 m 0 00 Brazil São Bernardo
LW Larissa Araújo (1992-07-01)1 July 1992 (aged 24) 1.81 m 0 00 Hungary Érdi VSE
LW Samira Rocha (1989-01-26)26 January 1989 (aged 28) 1.70 m 0 0 Hungary Kisvárdai KC
GK Bárbara Arenhart (1986-10-04)4 October 1986 (aged 30) 1.82 m 0 0 Hungary Váci NKSE
GK Gabriela Moreschi (0000-00-00)0 December 0000 (aged 0) 0.00 m 0 0 Norway Larvik HK
GK Jéssica Oliveira (0000-00-00)0 December 0000 (aged 0) 0.00 m 0 0 Brazil São Bernardo
CB Ana Paula Rodrigues (0000-00-00)0 December 0000 (aged 0) 0.00 m 0 00 Russia Rostov-Don
CB Mayara Moura (0000-00-00)0 December 0000 (aged 0) 0.00 m 0 00 Brazil EC Pinheiros
CB Danielle Joia (0000-00-00)0 December 0000 (aged 0) 0.00 m 0 00 Brazil EC Pinheiros
LB Eduarda Amorim (0000-00-00)0 December 0000 (aged 2017) 1.86 m 0 0 Hungary Győri ETO
LB Amanda Caetano (0000-00-00)0 December 0000 (aged 0) 0.00 m 0 00 Brazil Abluhand/FURB
LB Mariane Fernandes (0000-00-00)0 December 0000 (aged 0) 0.00 m 0 00 Brazil São Bernardo
RB Bruna de Paula (1996-09-26)26 September 1996 (aged 20) 1.70 m 0 0 France Fleury Loiret HB
RB Patricia Batista da Silva (0000-00-00)0 December 0000 (aged 0) 0.00 m 0 00 Turkey Kastamonu
RB Deonise Cavaleiro (1983-06-20)20 June 1983 (aged 33) 1.80 m 0 0 Denmark HC Odense

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