EUROPEAN HANDBALL Alliance Presents MEN’S 19 EHF EURO IN 2021
The European Handball Alliance has chosen to present an under-19 European Title in the impending summer, the Men’s 19 EHF EURO 2021, in a transition to diminish the pandemic’s effect for public cooperative individuals brought into the world in 2002 and more youthful.
The choice, which was affirmed by the EHF Leader Council on Thursday, follows the previous declaration of the Global Handball Alliance to drop all their more youthful age classification occasions in 2021, including the Men’s 19 Big showdown which was booked to happen in Greece.
Following the IHF’s declaration, its effect on Europe was broke down.
Michael Wiederer, EHF President, said: “Remembering that the EHF had halted the association of an EHF EURO for the indistinguishable age class, the Men’s 18 EHF EURO 2020, obviously this age would lose the initial two years of their public group vocation.
“This late spring, the EHF will coordinate, along with Bulgaria, Latvia and North Macedonia, the EHF Titles for the indistinguishable age classification and this would imply that solitary the players of the 16 top countries will have no authority serious movement in 2020 and 2021.”
The EHF Leader Council consequently concurred – gave that the wellbeing circumstance and the conditions take into account it – to arrange a Men’s 19 EHF EURO, precisely in the structure as it was anticipated for 2020.
Contact was set up with the Croatian Handball Alliance (introductory hosts of the Men’s 20 EHF EURO 2020), and the gathering framework and the match plan were moved as needs be.
The Men’s 19 EHF EURO 2021 will be played in Varaždin and Koprivnica from 12 to 22 August 2021, with the accompanying groups taking to the courts.