Norway national handball team

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Norway
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Information
Association Norwegian Handball Federation
Coach Christian Berge
Assistant coach Børge Lund
Captain Bjarte Myrhol
Most caps Steinar Ege (262)
Most goals Roger Kjendalen (930)
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Home
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Away
Results
Summer Olympics
Appearances 1 (First in 1972)
Best result 9th (1972)
World Championship
Appearances 14 (First in 1958)
Best result 2nd (2017)
European Championship
Appearances 7 (First in 2000)
Best result 4th (2016)
Last updated on Unknown.
Norway national handball team
Medal record
World Championship
Silver medal – second place 2017 France

The Norway national handball team is the national handball team of Norway. Controlled by the Norwegian Handball Federation it represents Norway in international matches.

In 2016, they were honored with a Pierre de Coubertin World Fair Play Trophy for great sportsmanship.[1][2][3][4]

Competitive record[edit]

Olympic Games[edit]

Olympic record
Games Round Position Pld W D L GF GA
Germany 1936 Berlin Did not qualify
Not held from 1948 to 1968
West Germany 1972 Munich Match for 9th place 9th of 12 5 3 1 1 90 87
Canada 1976 Montreal Did not qualify
Soviet Union 1980 Moscow
United States 1984 Los Angeles
South Korea 1988 Seoul
Spain 1992 Barcelona
United States 1996 Atlanta
Australia 2000 Sydney
Greece 2004 Athens
China 2008 Beijing
United Kingdom 2012 London
Brazil 2016 Rio de Janeiro
Total 1/13 - 5 3 1 1 90 87

World Championship[edit]

World Championship record
Year Round Position GP W D L GS GA
Nazi Germany 1938 Did not qualify
Sweden 1954
East Germany 1958 Match for 5th place 6 6 3 0 3 118 102
West Germany 1961 Match for 7th place 7 6 2 0 4 73 85
Czechoslovakia 1964 Preliminary round 11 3 1 0 2 37 47
Sweden 1967 Preliminary round 13 3 0 0 3 44 58
France 1970 Preliminary round 13 3 0 0 3 23 28
East Germany 1974 Did not qualify
Denmark 1978
West Germany 1982
Switzerland 1986
Czechoslovakia 1990
Sweden 1993 Preliminary round 13 3 0 1 2 51 57
Iceland 1995 Did not qualify
Japan 1997 Round of 16 12 6 1 2 3 132 141
Egypt 1999 Preliminary round 13 6 2 1 3 156 162
France 2001 Round of 16 14 6 2 1 3 139 155
Portugal 2003 Did not qualify
Tunisia 2005 Match for 7th place 7 9 6 1 2 258 219
Germany 2007 Match for 13th place 13 6 4 0 2 181 137
Croatia 2009 Match for 9th place 9 9 6 0 3 280 232
Sweden 2011 Match for 9th place 9 9 5 0 4 259 255
Spain 2013 Did not qualify
Qatar 2015
France 2017 Final 2 9 7 0 2 274 234
Total 14/25 84 39 6 39 2025 1912

European Championship[edit]

Year Round Position GP W D L GS GA
Portugal 1994 Did not qualify
Spain 1996
Italy 1998
Croatia 2000 7th/8th Place 8 6 1 1 4 133 144
Sweden 2002 Did not qualify
Slovenia 2004
Switzerland 2006 Main round 11 6 2 0 4 178 177
Norway 2008 6th Place 6 7 3 2 2 196 185
Austria 2010 Main round 7 6 3 0 3 169 164
Serbia 2012 Preliminary round 13 3 1 0 2 80 87
Denmark 2014 Preliminary round 14 3 0 1 2 77 84
Poland 2016 Third place game 4 8 4 1 3 235 233
Croatia 2018 TBD
Total 7/12 - 39 14 5 20 1068 1074
* Colored background indicates that medal was won on the tournament.
** Red border color indicates that tournament was held on home soil.

Team[edit]

Current squad[edit]

The squad chosen for the 2017 World Men's Handball Championship.[5][6]

Matches and goals are correct as of 29 January 2017.

Head coach: Christian Berge

No. Pos. Name Date of birth (age) Height App. Goals Club
5 CB Sander Sagosen (1995-09-14) 14 September 1995 (age 21) 1.95 m 57 197 Denmark Aalborg Håndbold
7 P Joakim Hykkerud (1986-02-10) 10 February 1986 (age 31) 1.94 m 67 69 Germany TSV Hannover-Burgdorf
8 P Bjarte Myrhol (1982-05-29) 29 May 1982 (age 34) 1.94 m 201 595 Denmark Skjern Håndbold
9 P Petter Øverby (1992-03-26) 26 March 1992 (age 24) 1.94 m 44 11 Norway Elverum Håndball
12 GK Ole Erevik (1981-01-09) 9 January 1981 (age 36) 1.96 m 184 0 France Pays d’Aix UC
15 RB Kent Robin Tønnesen (1991-06-05) 5 June 1991 (age 25) 1.96 m 75 177 Germany Füchse Berlin
16 GK Espen Christensen (1985-06-17) 17 June 1985 (age 31) 1.90 m 62 0 Denmark GOG Håndbold
17 LW Magnus Jøndal (1988-02-07) 7 February 1988 (age 29) 1.87 m 98 255 Denmark GOG Håndbold
19 RW Kristian Bjørnsen (1989-01-10) 10 January 1989 (age 28) 1.91 m 75 346 Germany HSG Wetzlar
20 LW André Lindboe (1988-11-03) 3 November 1988 (age 28) 1.78 m 52 91 Norway Elverum Håndball
21 P Magnus Gullerud (1991-11-13) 13 November 1991 (age 25) 1.96 m 79 89 Germany GWD Minden
23 RB Magnus Abelvik Rød (1997-07-07) 7 July 1997 (age 19) 2.01 m 12 16 Norway Bækkelagets SK
24 CB Christian O'Sullivan (1991-08-22) 22 August 1991 (age 25) 1.90 m 72 96 Germany SC Magdeburg
25 RB Eivind Tangen (1993-05-04) 4 May 1993 (age 23) 1.95 m 44 72 Denmark HC Midtjylland
26 LB Gøran Johannessen (1994-04-26) 26 April 1994 (age 22) 1.94 m 23 34 Denmark GOG Håndbold
30 GK Torbjørn Bergerud (1994-07-16) 16 July 1994 (age 22) 1.99 m 28 0 Denmark Team Tvis Holstebro
89 LB Espen Lie Hansen (1989-03-01) 1 March 1989 (age 28) 1.96 m 120 396 Denmark HC Midtjylland

Past squads[edit]

1999 World Men's Handball Championship (13th place)

Frode Scheie, Jan Thomas Lauritzen, Svein-Erik Bjerkrheim, Stig Rasch, Tormod Moldestad, Thomas Pettersen, Stig Penne, Morten Daland, Christian Berge (captain), Frode Hagen, Rune Haugseng, Endre Nordli, Geir Oustorp, Tor Bjørn Andersen, Trond Førde Eriksen.

Coach: Christer Magnusson

2000 European Men's Handball Championship (8th place)

Frode Scheie (captain), Jan Thomas Lauritzen, Stig Rasch, Tormod Moldestad, Stein Olaf Sando, Stig Penne, Vidar Gjesdal, Eivind Ellingsen, Christian Berge, Frode Hagen, Preben Vildalen, Gunnar Fosseng, Geir Oustorp, Thomas Pettersen, Sindre Walstad, Johnny Jensen.

Coach: Christer Magnusson

2001 World Men's Handball Championship (14th place)

Steinar Ege, Jan Thomas Lauritzen, Håvard Tvedten, Kristian Hansen, Tormod Moldestad, Roger Kvannli, Stig Penne, Eivind Ellingsen, Christian Berge, Frode Hagen, Preben Vildalen, Gunnar Fosseng (captain), Trond Førde Eriksen, Rune Skjærvold, Johnny Jensen, Børge Lund.

Coach: Christer Magnusson

2005 World Men's Handball Championship (7th place)

Steinar Ege, Glenn Solberg (captain), Håvard Tvedten, Frank Løke, Børge Lund, Frode Hagen, Preben Vildalen, Ole Erevik, Jarle Rykkje, Jan Thomas Lauritzen, Kristian Kjelling, Sindre Walstad, André Jørgensen, Johnny Jensen, Marius Riise, Rune Skjærvold.

Coach: Gunnar Pettersen

2006 European Men's Handball Championship (11th place)

Steinar Ege (captain), Alexander Buchmann, Christian Berge, Frank Løke, Kjetil Strand, Ole Magnus Ekelund, Bjarte Myrhol, Børge Lund, Håvard Tvedten, Preben Vildalen, Ole Erevik, Jarle Rykkje, Jan Thomas Lauritzen, Kristian Kjelling, André Jørgensen, Johnny Jensen, Rune Skjærvold.

Coach: Gunnar Pettersen

2007 World Men's Handball Championship (13th place)

Steinar Ege (captain), Alexander Buchmann, Erlend Mamelund, Frank Løke, Kjetil Strand, Jan-Richard Lislerud Hansen, Bjarte Myrhol, Børge Lund, Håvard Tvedten, Preben Vildalen, Ole Erevik, Jan Thomas Lauritzen, Kristian Kjelling, André Jørgensen, Johnny Jensen, Rune Skjærvold, Lars Erik Bjørnsen, Lars Olav Olaussen.

Coach: Gunnar Pettersen

2008 European Men's Handball Championship (6th place)

Steinar Ege (captain), Glenn Solberg, Frode Hagen, Frank Løke, Kjetil Strand, Lars Erik Bjørnsen, Bjarte Myrhol, Børge Lund, Håvard Tvedten, Ole Erevik, Jan Thomas Lauritzen, Kristian Kjelling, André Jørgensen, Johnny Jensen, Thomas Skoglund, Rune Skjærvold.

Coach: Gunnar Pettersen

2009 World Men's Handball Championship (9th place)

Steinar Ege (captain), Johnny Jensen, Stian Vatne, Thomas Drange, Frank Løke, Lars Erik Bjørnsen, Bjarte Myrhol, Håvard Tvedten, Erlend Mamelund, Ole Erevik, Christoffer Rambo, Alexander Buchmann, Kristian Kjelling, Svenn Erik Medhus, Vegard Samdahl, Thomas Skoglund, Christian Spanne.

Coach: Robert Hedin

2010 European Men's Handball Championship (7th place)

Steinar Ege (captain), Stian Vatne, Frank Løke, Kjetil Strand, Lars Erik Bjørnsen, Bjarte Myrhol, Børge Lund, Håvard Tvedten, Erlend Mamelund, Ole Erevik, Christoffer Rambo, Kristian Kjelling, Vegard Samdahl, Thomas Skoglund, Einar Sand Koren, Christian Spanne, Magnus Dahl.

Coach: Robert Hedin

2011 World Men's Handball Championship (9th place)

Steinar Ege (captain), Frank Løke, Kjetil Strand, Lars Erik Bjørnsen, Bjarte Myrhol, Børge Lund, Håvard Tvedten, Erlend Mamelund, Ole Erevik, Christoffer Rambo, Espen Lie Hansen, Kristian Kjelling, Vegard Samdahl, Thomas Skoglund, Einar Sand Koren, Eivind Tangen.

Coach: Robert Hedin

2012 European Men's Handball Championship (13th place)

Kenneth Ryvoll Klev, Vegard Samdahl, Lars Erik Bjørnsen, Bjarte Myrhol, Børge Lund (captain), Håvard Tvedten, Erlend Mamelund, Ole Erevik, Christoffer Rambo, Espen Lie Hansen, Svenn Erik Medhus, Magnus Jøndal, Johnny Jensen, Einar Riegelhuth Koren, Sondre Paulsen, Kent Robin Tønnesen.

Coach: Robert Hedin

2014 European Men's Handball Championship (14th place)

Magnus Dahl, Sander Sagosen, Bjarte Myrhol, Børge Lund (captain), Håvard Tvedten, Erlend Mamelund, Ole Erevik, Christoffer Rambo, Kent Robin Tønnesen, Christian O'Sullivan, Kristian Bjørnsen, André Lindboe, Magnus Gullerud, Kristian Kjelling, Harald Reinkind, Steffen Berg Løkkebø, Espen Lie Hansen.

Coach: Robert Hedin

2016 European Men's Handball Championship (4th place)

Sander Sagosen, Thomas Kristensen, Joakim Hykkerud, Bjarte Myrhol (captain), Petter Øverby, Erlend Mamelund, Ole Erevik, Kent Robin Tønnesen, Espen Christensen, Magnus Jøndal, Kristian Bjørnsen, André Lindboe, Magnus Gullerud, Christian O'Sullivan, Harald Reinkind, Espen Lie Hansen.

Coach: Christian Berge
Incomplete

Coaches[edit]

Captains[edit]

  • Christian Berge (World Championship, 1999)
  • Frode Scheie (European Championship, 2000)
  • Gunnar Fosseng (World Championship, 2001)
  • Glenn Solberg (World Championship, 2005)
  • Steinar Ege (European Championship, 2006, World Championship, 2007, European Championship, 2008, World Championship, 2009, European Championship, 2010, World Championship, 2011)
  • Børge Lund (European Championship, 2012, European Championship, 2014)
  • Bjarte Myrhol (European Championship, 2016, World Championship, 2017)

Incomplete

Notable players[edit]

Several Norwegian players have seen their individual performance recognized at international tournaments, as a member of the All-Star Team.

All-Star Team

Individual all-time records[edit]

  Still active players are highlighted.

References[edit]

External links[edit]