1997 IHF Super Globe

The 1997 IHF Super Globe was the first edition of the tournament. It was held in Wiener Neustadt, Austria at from 3 – 8 January 1997.

1997 IHF Super Globe
Tournament details
Host country Austria
Dates3 – 8 January 1997
Teams(from 4 confederations)
Venue(s)(in 1 host city)
Final positions
ChampionsSpain Caja Cantabria de Santander (1st title)
Runner-upNorway Drammen HK
Third placeSouth Korea Doosan Kyung Wol Seoul
Fourth placeAustria HC Sparkasse Bruck
Tournament statistics
Matches18
Goals scored918 (51 per match)
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Caja Cantabria de Santander defeated Drammen HK in an all-European final by 30–29.[1]

TeamsEdit

Group A Group B
  Metodista São Paulo
  Doosan Kyung Wol Seoul
  Caja Cantabria de Santander
  KAC Marrakech
  HC Sparkasse Bruck
  Osaki Denki Tokyo
  MC Algier
  Drammen HK

Preliminary roundEdit

Legend
Qualified for the semifinals

Group AEdit

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
  Caja Cantabria 3 3 0 0 87 62 +25 6
  Doosan Kyung Wol Seoul 3 2 0 1 71 72 −1 4
  Metodista São Paulo 3 0 1 2 71 79 −8 1
  KAC Marrakech 3 0 1 2 61 77 −16 1
3 January 1997 Metodista São Paulo   25–26   Doosan K. W. Seoul Wiener Neustadt
3 January 1997 Caja Cantabria   29–19   KAC Marrakech Wiener Neustadt

4 January 1997 Metodista São Paulo   22–29   Caja Cantabria Wiener Neustadt
4 January 1997 KAC Marrakech   18–24   Doosan K. W. Seoul Wiener Neustadt

5 January 1997 KAC Marrakech   24–24   Metodista São Paulo Wiener Neustadt
5 January 1997 Doosan K. W. Seoul   21–29   Caja Cantabria Wiener Neustadt

Group BEdit

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
  Drammen HK 3 3 0 0 89 74 +15 6
  HC Sparkasse Bruck 3 2 0 1 87 77 +10 4
  Osaki Denki Tokyo 3 0 1 2 65 77 −12 1
  MC Algier 3 0 1 2 63 76 −13 1
3 January 1997 HC Sparkasse Bruck   30 – 20   Osaki Denki Tokyo Wiener Neustadt
3 January 1997 Drammen HK   30 – 18   MC Algier Wiener Neustadt

4 January 1997 HC Sparkasse Bruck   29 – 30   Drammen HK Wiener Neustadt
4 January 1997 MC Algier   18 – 18   Osaki Denki Tokyo Wiener Neustadt

5 January 1997 MC Algier   27 – 28   HC Sparkasse Bruck Wiener Neustadt
5 January 1997 Osaki Denki Tokyo   27 – 29   Drammen HK Wiener Neustadt

Knockout stageEdit

Championship bracketEdit

 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
7 January 1997
 
 
  Caja Cantabria35
 
8 January 1997
 
  HC Sparkasse Bruck16
 
  Caja Cantabria30
 
7 January 1997
 
  Drammen HK29
 
  Drammen HK32
 
 
  Doosan K. W. Seoul27
 
Third place
 
 
8 January 1997
 
 
  HC Sparkasse Bruck27
 
 
  Doosan K. W. Seoul33

7th - 8th Place MatchEdit

7 January 1997 KAC Marrakech   21 – 25   MC Algier Wiener Neustadt

5th - 6th Place MatchEdit

7 January 1997 Osaki Denki Tokyo   27 – 22   Metodista São Paulo Wiener Neustadt

Semifinal MatchesEdit

7 January 1997 Caja Cantabria   35 – 16   HC Sparkasse Bruck Wiener Neustadt
7 January 1997 Drammen HK   32 – 27   Doosan K. W. Seoul Wiener Neustadt

Bronze Medal MatchEdit

8 January 1997 HC Sparkasse Bruck   27 – 33   Doosan K. W. Seoul Wiener Neustadt

Final MatchEdit

8 January 1997 Caja Cantabria   30 – 29   Drammen HK Wiener Neustadt

Final rankingEdit

1   Caja Cantabria de Santander
2   Drammen HK
3   Doosan Kyung Wol Seoul
4   HC Sparkasse Bruck
5   Osaki Denki Tokyo
6   Metodista São Paulo
7   MC Algier
8   KAC Marrakech

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Caja Cantabria de Santander is the first IHF Super Globe Champions!". ihf.info. 2017-08-24.

External linksEdit