Women's EHF EURO 1994
Only three months after the inaugural Men's EHF EURO in Portugal, the Women's EHF European Championship celebrated its premiere from 17 to 25 September 1994 in Germany.
The hosts made it all the way to the final at which they were eventually beaten by Denmark, back then coached by the nowadays even more famous Ulrik Wilbek, 27:23 in front of 4,000 spectators in Berlin.
Overall 12 teams competed at this championship. Norway grabbed their first EHF EURO bronze medal following a 24:19 victory in the match for third place against Hungary.
|1. Denmark||5. Croatia||9. Austria|
|2. Germany||6. Russia||10. Romania|
|3. Norway||7. Sweden||11. Ukraine|
|4. Hungary||8. Czech Republic||12. Slovakia|
Visit eurohandball.com for a full tournament summary including all results.