Croatian National Female Handball Team Playing Against Montenegro

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Euro qualification match between Croatia and Montenegro will be played in Split tomorrow, men’s national team coach announced the list of players for the upcoming Olympic qualification tournament.

Croatian Female team is on a verge to qualify for the 2016 Women’s European Championship which is to be played in Sweden in December 2016. They started the qualification with two wins, against Slovenia and Macedonia, they will play against  Montenegro on March 10, 2016, in Spaladium Arena, Split. The clash between two top two teams on the table will probably decide the winner of group 4 of the qualifications since the same two teams will play a return game just two days later in Bar, Montenegro.


The match kicks off at 8 pm, entrance is free, so this is a great opportunity for all handball supporters to see the Croatian national female team in action. If you want to attend this match, tickets will be available at Spaladium arena from 4 P.M until 7 P.M.

We have some news from men’s handball too, Croatian coach Željko Babić announced the list of 28 players that are in consideration for the Olympic qualifications tournament to be played in Herning, Denmark, April 8-10. This preliminary expanded list is the foundation for his final selection. Croatian team will face a tough task, playing against Denmark, Norway and Bahrein.

Here is his list:

1.       Mirko Alilović – HC Veszprem

2.       Ivan Pešić – HC Meshkov Brest

3.       Filip Ivić – HC PPD Zagreb

4.       Mate Šunjić – HC Creteil

5.       Ivan Stevanović – HC PPD Zagreb

6.       Manuel Štrlek – HC Vive Tauron Kielce

7.       Lovro Šprem – HC PPD Zagreb

8.       Lovro Mihić – HC PPD Zagreb

9.       Ivan Čupić – HC Vive Tauron Kielce

10.     Zlatko Horvat – HC PPD Zagreb

11.     Jerko Matulić – HC Chambery

12.     Ilija Brozović – THW Kiel

13.     Krešimir Kozina – HC Flensburg-Handewitt

14.     Tin Kontrec – HC PPD Zagreb

15.     Marino Marić – HC Melsungen

16.     Marko Kopljar – HC Barcelona

17.     Luka Šebetić – HC PPD Zagreb

18.     Denis Buntić – HC Vive Tauron Kielce

19.     Šime Ivić – HC Nantes

20.     Igor Karačić – HC Vardar

21.     Luka Cindrić – HC Vardar

22.     Domagoj Duvnjak – THW Kiel

23.     Nikola Špelić – HC Maribor

24.     Domagoj Pavlović – HC PPD Zagreb

25.     Marko Mamić – HC Dunkerque

26.     Ivan Slišković – HC Veszprem

27.     Jakov Gojun – HC Fuchse Berlin

28.     Stipe Mandalinić – HC PPD Zagreb

All photos by HRS (Official Facebook Page)


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