Women's EHF EURO 2014
The Women's EHF EURO 2014 took place in Hungary and Croatia from 7 to 21 December 2014. Host cities were Gyor and Debrecen in Hungary as well as Varazdin, Osijek and Zagreb in Croatia. The final weekend was played in the Papp László Budapest Sportaréna in the Hungarian capital.
After Norway had been beaten in the EHF EURO 2012 Final, 34:31 after double extra time, they climbed back on the European throne in Budapest. Following a 29:25 win against Sweden in the semi-final, they also beat Spain in the final, 28:25. It was the sixth time that Norway topped the podium in EHF EURO history.
Sweden, the hosts of the Women's EHF EURO 2016, won the match for third place with a 25:23 victory against 2012 champions Montenegro.
|1. Norway||5. France||9. Romania||13. Croatia|
|2. Spain||6. Hungary||10. Germany||14. Russia|
|3. Sweden||7. Netherlands||11. Poland||15. Serbia|
|4. Montenegro||8. Denmark||12. Slovakia||16. Ukraine|
|Goalkeeper||Silje Solberg (NOR)|
|Left wing||Maria Fisker (DEN)|
|Left back||Cristina Neagu (ROU)|
|Centre back||Kristina Kristiansen (DEN)|
|Right back||Nora Mork (NOR)|
|Right wing||Carmen Martin (ESP)|
|Line player||Heidi Loke (NOR)|
|Top scorer||Isabelle Gullden (SWE / 58 goals)|
|Most Valuable Player||Isabelle Gullden (SWE)|
|Best defender||Sabina Jacobsen (SWE)|
Visit eurohandball.com for a full tournament summary including all results and the EHF's Activities website for the tournament's quantitative analysis.