Pakistan national handball team

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The Pakistan men's national handball team (Urdu: پاکستان قومى ہینڈبال ٹیم‎) is the national handball team of Pakistan and is controlled by the Pakistan Handball Federation, the governing body for handball in Pakistan. They have been an affiliate of the International Handball Federation and member of the Asian Handball Federation (AHF) since 1985.

Pakistan has been most successful at the South Asian Games with 1 gold and silver medal each. Pakistan is known for having rivalry with India due to geographic and historic occurrences with one another throughout handball history.