Summer is coming, but the Women’s EHF EURO 2018 in France (29 November to 16 December) is already looming on the horizon – and it celebrates summer with a special ticket offer for Europe’s handball fans.
Up until 7 August, fans can buy a category 1 ticket for €30 and save 10% on the actual ticket price. Right now tickets for five matches are available for the reduced price; more matches will become available over the coming weeks.
Furthermore, the organising committee celebrates the appearance of the France football team in Sunday’s World Cup Final with a special offer for all matches involving France in the preliminary round. On this day, category 2 tickets can be bought for category 3 prices.
This applies to France vs Russia on 29 November (21:00 hrs), Slovenia vs France on 2 December (15:00 hrs) and France vs Montenegro on 4 December (21:00 hrs).
Tickets can be bought at www.ehf-euro.com. The discounted category 1 tickets are currently available for the following matches
Monday, 3 December 2018 at 18:00: CROATIA vs HUNGARY
Hungary has very often emerged victorious from their duels against Croatia. The challenge will be which of the two teams will have recovered the best from their opening matches two days earlier.
Wednesday, 5 December 2018 at 18:00: GERMANY vs CZECH REPUBLIC
This is another exciting match in the suspense-packed group D. With Norway and Romania being the two other teams in this group, it is likely that Germany and Czech Republic will battle it out for the last ticket to the main round.
Tuesday, 4 December 2018 at 18:00: SWEDEN vs POLAND
This is the opportunity for Sweden to take revenge on Poland who beat them 33:30 in the preliminary round at the last World Championship.
Friday, 30 November 2018 at 21:00: MONTENEGRO vs SLOVENIA
This is set to be a tight match between two former Yugoslav countries. Will the aggressiveness of the Montenegrin team prevail over the technical quality of Slovenia?
Tuesday, 4 December 2018 at 18:00: RUSSIA vs SLOVENIA
The Russians should get out of the Slovenian trap – unless Ana Gros, who joins Brest Bretagne Handball for the 2018/19 season, gets involved. If the Slovenian right back is in shape, she is able to cause some trouble for the Olympic champions’ squad.