GROUP F – Home court – Sweden’s disadvantage

PREVIEW – Letting Denmark play their preliminary- and main round games in Malmö was a great idea from an organizer´s point of view, as the arena will be flooded with Danish fans. From the Swedish perspective it looks like a shot in the foot, as “Tre Kronors” will be playing their main round matches “on the road” despite being at home. By Peter Bruun From the outside it looked obvious to let Denmar… »

GROUP E – Familiar faces

PREVIEW – Group E in Malmö consists of teams who know each other very well from previous championships. The ruling Olympic- and World champions from Denmark are the team to beat, but this group may be… »

GROUP D – Yet, another battle between France and Norway

PREVIEW – France and Norway are the likely candidates to succeed in Group D, in Trondheim, making their direct encounter even more important. Looking at a tough main round group, each team will need e… »

GROUP C – Smooth sailing for Spain and Germany

PREVIEW – There are two clear favorites in Group C, the third group in´ s EHF EURO 2020 preview. Spain and Germany won’t be facing any problems against neither Latvia nor the Netherlands. The two handball powerhouses will determine the winner in Group C, when they clash on January 11, in Trondheim. By Peter Bruun  The forecast in Group C is straight forward – Spain and Germany are… »

GROUP B – Can the co-hosts deliver?

PREVIEW – On to Group B, where Austria is one of the three co-hosts. It will be interesting to see what Austria can accomplish given home-court advantage, in what looks like the weakest group of the c… »

GROUP A – The Balkan Party

PREVIEW – Group A is made up of three teams from former Yugoslavia. Croatia look like the odds-on favorites, but they will have their work cut out for them – certainly in the main round. By Peter Bruu… »

Quo vadis, Denmark?

COLUMN – After another disappointing championship, Denmark’s officials will have to ask themselves if their women´s national team really is no better than this, or if something can be done to boost women´s handball at national team level in a country with an impressive tradition in this sport. By Peter Bruun Denmark´s women’s national team has a hash-tag named “På vej” – “On the way” when translat… »

Peter Bruun’s Corner

Welcome to “Peter Bruun’s Corner”. Peter is a Danish freelance journalist since 1999 with 14 years of radio experience including live reports covering the sport of handball as well as football. He cur… »

You big, roaring bear, I am gonna miss you!

OPINION – He is a coach, who almost everybody has something to say about. Evgeny Trefilov, head coach of Russia’s women’s handball team, announced his retirement from active duty not too long ago.  It… »

“I am still getting used to playing with Cindric”

INTERVIEW – A decent rivalry could have been on the horizon, when Luka Cindric joined Barca from Kielce before this season. In this exclusive interview with, Aron Palmarsson denies all of it, but he admits that he still needs some time to get used to playing with the Croatian star. By Peter Bruun It was one of the biggest news of the year in the world of handball, when Luka Cindri… »