2005 World Men's Handball Championship

The 2005 World Men's Handball Championship was the 19th team handball World Championship. It was played in Tunisia between 23 January – 6 February 2005.

2005 World Men's Handball Championship
2005 World Men's Handball Championship logo.svg
Tournament details
Host country Tunisia
Dates23 January – 6 February
Teams24 (from 5 confederations)
Venue(s)(in 5 host cities)
Final positions
Champions Spain (1st title)
Runner-up Croatia
Third place France
Fourth place Tunisia
Tournament statistics
Matches86
Goals scored4825 (56.1 per match)
Top scorer(s) Wissem Hmam (TUN)
(88 goals)
Best player Ivano Balić (CRO)
Next

The winner of the gold medal was Spain, Croatia took silver and France won the bronze.

VenuesEdit

Radès Tunis Sousse
Hall 7th Novembre El Menzah Sports Palace Olympic Sports Hall
Capacity: 14,000 Capacity: 5,500 Capacity: 5,000
     
Nabeul
Salle Bir Challouf
Capacity: 5,000
 
Sfax
Sfax Hall 7th Novembre
Capacity: 4,000
 

QualificationEdit

Competition Dates Vacancies Qualified
Host nation 1   Tunisia
2003 World Men's Handball Championship 20 January – 2 February 2003 1   Croatia
2004 European Men's Handball Championship 22 January – 1 February 2004 3   Germany
  Slovenia
  Denmark
2004 Asian Men's Handball Championship 12–21 February 2004 3   Kuwait
  Japan
  Qatar
2004 African Men's Handball Championship 8–18 April 2004 3   Egypt
  Angola
  Algeria
European qualification 7 January – 6 June 2004 9   Czech Republic
  France
  Greece
  Iceland
  Norway
  Russia
  Serbia and Montenegro
  Spain
  Sweden
2004 Oceania Handball Championship 7–9 June 2004 1   Australia
2004 Pan American Men's Handball Championship 20–24 July 2004 3   Argentina
  Brazil
  Canada

Preliminary roundEdit

Group A (Radès)Edit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1   Tunisia 5 3 2 0 159 118 +41 8 Main round
2   Greece 5 3 1 1 132 117 +15 7
3   France 5 3 1 1 161 106 +55 7
4   Denmark 5 3 0 2 174 117 +57 6
5   Angola 5 1 0 4 108 178 −70 2
6   Canada 5 0 0 5 103 201 −98 0
Source: IHF
23 January 2005
17:00
Tunisia   39–23   Angola Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Vakula, Ljudovik (UKR)
Haj Ahmed 6 (20–10) J. Pereira 6
  6×  Report   7× 
23 January 2005
19:00
France   44–16   Canada Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Adjemian, Götz (ARG)
Abati, Anquetil 8 (24–5) three players 3
  4×  Report   9× 
23 January 2005
21:00
Denmark   27–23   Greece Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Baum, Góralczyk (POL)
Stryger 11 (14–15) Balomenos, Karypidis 6
  9×  1×  Report   7× 

25 January 2005
16:15
Greece   20–19   France Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Aly Hassan, Selim (EGY)
Sanikis 6 (9–11) Anquetil 5
  6×  1×  Report   4× 
25 January 2005
18:15
Canada   20–42   Tunisia Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Baum, Góralczyk (POL)
three players 4 (8–19) Madi 8
  6×  1×  Report   2× 
25 January 2005
20:15
Angola   19–47   Denmark Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Herczeg, Südi (HUN)
Dias 5 (9–23) Schnuchel 10
  8×  Report   5× 

26 January 2005
16:15
Greece   26–21   Angola Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Herczeg, Südi (HUN)
Zivulovic 6 (15–9) P. Pereira 6
  7×  1×  Report   9×  1× 
26 January 2005
18:15
France   26–26   Tunisia Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Hansson, Olsson (SWE)
Anquetil 7 (15–11) Hmam 9
  4×  1×  Report   6×  2× 
26 January 2005
20:15
Denmark   52–18   Canada Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Lemme, Ullrich (GER)
Christiansen 14 (25–7) Bessette-Collette 4
  2×  Report   3× 

28 January 2005
16:15
Canada   23–36   Greece Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Aly Hassan, Selim (EGY)
Bessette-Collette 5 (11–16) Karypidis 6
  6×  1×  Report   2× 
28 January 2005
18:15
Tunisia   25–22   Denmark Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Vakula, Ljudovik (UKR)
Hmam 9 (10–10) Christiansen, Jørgensen 4
  7×  Report   6× 
28 January 2005
20:15
France   40–18   Angola Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Imbronjev, Grković (SCG)
Girault 11 (19–9) P. Pereira 5
  5×  Report   2× 

29 January 2005
16:15
Angola   27–26   Canada Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Adjemian, Götz (ARG)
P. Pereira 10 (16–11) Bessette-Collette 6
  8×  1×  Report   6×  1× 
29 January 2005
18:15
Tunisia   27–27   Greece Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Imbronjev, Grković (SCG)
Ayed, Tej 6 (17–13) Karypidis 9
  5×  Report   7×  2× 
29 January 2005
20:15
Denmark   26–32   France Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Lemme, Ullrich (GER)
Nielsen, Stryger 6 (13–14) Guigou, Karabatić 7
  5×  Report   4× 

Group B (Tunis)Edit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1   Russia 5 5 0 0 151 103 +48 10 Main round
2   Czech Republic 5 2 2 1 145 136 +9 6
3   Slovenia 5 3 0 2 154 137 +17 6
4   Iceland 5 2 1 2 154 144 +10 5
5   Algeria 5 1 1 3 138 153 −15 3
6   Kuwait 5 0 0 5 101 170 −69 0
Source: IHF
23 January 2005
17:00
Czech Republic   34–34   Iceland El Menzah Sports Palace, Tunis
Referees: Lemme, Ullrich (GER)
Juříček 7 (20–14) Stefánsson 11
  7×  Report   5× 
23 January 2005
19:00
Russia   28–22   Algeria El Menzah Sports Palace, Tunis
Referees: Herczeg, Südi (HUN)
Koksharov 15 (16–12) Biloum 6
  7×  1×  Report   10×  1× 
23 January 2005
21:00
Slovenia   34–17   Kuwait El Menzah Sports Palace, Tunis
Referees: Aly Hassan, Selim (EGY)
Mlakar 6 (15–11) Al-Enezi 6
  6×  Report   4× 

25 January 2005
16:15
Kuwait   11–38   Russia El Menzah Sports Palace, Tunis
Referees: Imbronjev, Grković (SCG)
three players 2 (4–23) Peskov 9
  6×  1×  Report   3× 
25 January 2005
18:15
Algeria   29–29   Czech Republic El Menzah Sports Palace, Tunis
Referees: Hansson, Olsson (SWE)
Biloum, Filah 6 (11–15) Juříček 8
  9×  Report   4× 
25 January 2005
20:15
Iceland   33–34   Slovenia El Menzah Sports Palace, Tunis
Referees: Adjemian, Götz (ARG)
Petersson 7 (16–14) Jovičič 10
  9×  Report   9×  1× 

26 January 2005
16:15
Slovenia   33–28   Algeria El Menzah Sports Palace, Tunis
Referees: Vakula, Ljudovik (UKR)
Rutenka 13 (19–14) Filah 7
  8×  Report   4× 
26 January 2005
18:15
Russia   25–21   Czech Republic El Menzah Sports Palace, Tunis
Referees: Imbronjev, Grković (SCG)
Koksharov 8 (12–12) Jícha 8
  6×  Report   5×  1× 
26 January 2005
20:15
Kuwait   22–31   Iceland El Menzah Sports Palace, Tunis
Referees: Baum, Góralczyk (POL)
Abi Alza 5 (12–17) Hólmgeirsson 8
  7×  1×  Report   9×  1× 

28 January 2005
16:15
Russia   29–22   Iceland El Menzah Sports Palace, Tunis
Referees: Lemme, Ullrich (GER)
three players 6 (12–12) three players 5
  4×  Report   4× 
28 January 2005
18:15
Czech Republic   28–26   Slovenia El Menzah Sports Palace, Tunis
Referees: Baum, Góralczyk (POL)
Filip 8 (17–14) Brumen 6
  5×  Report   2× 
28 January 2005
20:15
Algeria   34–29   Kuwait El Menzah Sports Palace, Tunis
Referees: Hansson, Olsson (SWE)
Nedjel 8 (20–14) Al-Enezi, Al-Shatti 7
  4×  1×  Report   7× 

29 January 2005
16:15
Iceland   34–25   Algeria El Menzah Sports Palace, Tunis
Referees: Vakula, Ljudovik (UKR)
Sigurðsson 9 (19–11) Nedjel 6
  6×  Report   8× 
29 January 2005
18:15
Czech Republic   33–22   Kuwait El Menzah Sports Palace, Tunis
Referees: Herczeg, Südi (HUN)
Brůna 8 (16–9) Al-Enezi 9
  7×  Report   5×  2× 
29 January 2005
20:15
Slovenia   27–31   Russia El Menzah Sports Palace, Tunis
Referees: Hansson, Olsson (SWE)
Brumen 9 (18–16) Koksharov 10
  3×  Report   6× 

Group C (Sfax)Edit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1   Croatia 5 5 0 0 169 124 +45 10 Main round
2   Spain 5 4 0 1 191 128 +63 8
3   Sweden 5 3 0 2 164 118 +46 6
4   Japan 5 2 0 3 121 151 −30 4
5   Argentina 5 1 0 4 133 141 −8 2
6   Australia 5 0 0 5 85 201 −116 0
Source: IHF
23 January 2005
17:00
Croatia   36–23   Argentina Hall 7th Novembre, Sfax
Referees: Bashmak, Frolov (RUS)
Džomba 7 (15–13) Gull 8
  5×  Report   5× 
23 January 2005
19:00
Spain   41–22   Japan Hall 7th Novembre, Sfax
Referees: Bord, Buy (FRA)
three players 6 (21–14) Nakagawa 4
  1×  Report   5× 
23 January 2005
21:00
Sweden   49–16   Australia Hall 7th Novembre, Sfax
Referees: Al-Musaiger, Abul Rethaie (KUW)
five players 6 (22–5) Ramadani 3
  2×  Report   2× 

24 January 2005
16:15
Australia   19–51   Spain Hall 7th Novembre, Sfax
Referees: Lauren, Nielsen (DEN)
Deane, McCormack 4 (4–23) García 8
  6×  1×  Report   1× 
24 January 2005
18:15
Japan   25–34   Croatia Hall 7th Novembre, Sfax
Referees: Al-Musaiger, Abul Rethaie (KUW)
three players 6 (14–15) Džomba 8
  3×  Report   1× 
24 January 2005
20:15
Argentina   23–30   Sweden Hall 7th Novembre, Sfax
Referees: Bord, Buy (FRA)
Gull 9 (9–12) Lövgren 7
  4×  Report   6×  1× 

26 January 2005
16:15
Croatia   38–18   Australia Hall 7th Novembre, Sfax
Referees: Ammar, Fredj (TUN)
Zrnić 11 (24–7) Calvert 5
  6×  1×  Report   6× 
26 January 2005
18:15
Argentina   25–27   Japan Hall 7th Novembre, Sfax
Referees: Lauren, Nielsen (DEN)
Gull, Viscovich 6 (13–11) Myazaki 6
  5×  Report   5× 
26 January 2005
20:15
Sweden   26–33   Spain Hall 7th Novembre, Sfax
Referees: Bord, Buy (FRA)
Petersson 7 (17–14) Ortega 7
  4×  Report   2× 

27 January 2005
16:15
Sweden   32–18   Japan Hall 7th Novembre, Sfax
Referees: Ammar, Fredj (TUN)
Källman 5 (13–7) Matsubayashi, Taba 4
  4×  Report   8× 
27 January 2005
18:15
Spain   31–33   Croatia Hall 7th Novembre, Sfax
Referees: Lauren, Nielsen (DEN)
García 9 (15–15) Balić, Lacković 8
  2×  Report   6× 
27 January 2005
20:15
Australia   13–34   Argentina Hall 7th Novembre, Sfax
Referees: Al-Musaiger, Abul Rethaie (KUW)
Abuhamed 3 (8–18) Acetti 9
  4×  Report   3× 

29 January 2005
16:15
Japan   29–19   Australia Hall 7th Novembre, Sfax
Referees: Al-Musaiger, Abul Rethaie (KUW)
Myazaki, Shimokawa 6 (16–10) Hoppner 5
  4×  Report   7× 
29 January 2005
18:15
Spain   35–28   Argentina Hall 7th Novembre, Sfax
Referees: Repenšek, Požežnik (SLO)
García 6 (15–14) Carou 6
  3×  Report   4× 
29 January 2005
20:15
Croatia   28–27   Sweden Hall 7th Novembre, Sfax
Referees: Dolejš, Kohout (CZE)
Džomba, Vori 6 (14–15) Larholm 6
  3×  Report   6× 

Group D (Sousse)Edit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1   Serbia and Montenegro 5 4 0 1 139 117 +22 8 Main round
2   Norway 5 3 1 1 142 105 +37 7
3   Germany 5 3 1 1 149 115 +34 7
4   Egypt 5 3 0 2 123 123 0 6
5   Brazil 5 1 0 4 104 146 −42 2
6   Qatar 5 0 0 5 117 168 −51 0
Source: IHF
23 January 2005
17:00
Germany   28–25   Egypt Olympic Sports Hall, Sousse
Referees: Arnaldsson, Viðarsson (ISL)
Jansen 7 (15–13) Zaky 9
  4×  1×  Report   5× 
23 January 2005
19:00
Serbia and Montenegro   34–26   Qatar Olympic Sports Hall, Sousse
Referees: Ayed, Chebil (TUN)
Đukanović 5 (20–10) N. Al Saad 9
  8×  1×  Report   12×  1× 
23 January 2005
21:00
Norway   34–12   Brazil Olympic Sports Hall, Sousse
Referees: Dolejš, Kohout (CZE)
Lauritzen 7 (16–5) Pacheco Filho 3
  5×  Report   5× 

24 January 2005
16:15
Egypt   24–22   Serbia and Montenegro Olympic Sports Hall, Sousse
Referees: Dolejš, Kohout (CZE)
Zaky 7 (13–13) Anđelković 5
  7×  Report   7× 
24 January 2005
18:15
Brazil   23–30   Germany Olympic Sports Hall, Sousse
Referees: Repenšek, Požežnik (SLO)
Cardoso 4 (11–17) Kehrmann 7
  3×  Report   2× 
24 January 2005
20:15
Qatar   22–33   Norway Olympic Sports Hall, Sousse
Referees: Arnaldsson, Viðarsson (ISL)
A. Al Saad 12 (12–17) three players 6
  7×  Report   5× 

26 January 2005
16:15
Germany   40–15   Qatar Olympic Sports Hall, Sousse
Referees: Ayed, Chebil (TUN)
Zeitz 6 (20–4) N. Al Saad 10
  6×  Report   5× 
26 January 2005
18:15
Egypt   24–20   Brazil Olympic Sports Hall, Sousse
Referees: Repenšek, Požežnik (SLO)
El-Ahmar 5 (11–12) Rui 6
  6×  1×  Report   5× 
26 January 2005
20:15
Serbia and Montenegro   25–24   Norway Olympic Sports Hall, Sousse
Referees: Dolejš, Kohout (CZE)
Sudzum 9 (10–13) Kjelling 11
  10×  1×  Report   5×  1× 

27 January 2005
16:15
Qatar   29–31   Egypt Olympic Sports Hall, Sousse
Referees: Arnaldsson, Viðarsson (ISL)
A. Al Saad 7 (10–17) Zaky 6
  2×  Report   5× 
27 January 2005
18:15
Serbia and Montenegro   33–19   Brazil Olympic Sports Hall, Sousse
Referees: Ayed, Chebil (TUN)
Muratović 8 (15–13) Pacheco Filho 7
  8×  1×  Report   5×  1× 
27 January 2005
20:15
Norway   27–27   Germany Olympic Sports Hall, Sousse
Referees: Repenšek, Požežnik (SLO)
Kjelling 12 (12–15) Velyky 8
  7×  Report   9× 

29 January 2005
14:00
Germany   24–25   Serbia and Montenegro Olympic Sports Hall, Sousse
Referees: Arnaldsson, Viðarsson (ISL)
Velyky 7 (13–10) Muratović, Nikolić 7
  4×  Report   5× 
29 January 2005
18:15
Brazil   30–25   Qatar Olympic Sports Hall, Sousse
Referees: Ammar, Fredj (TUN)
three players 6 (14–13) A. Al Saad 6
  8×  1×  Report   4× 
29 January 2005
20:15
Norway   24–19   Egypt Olympic Sports Hall, Sousse
Referees: Bord, Buy (FRA)
Hagen 6 (13–9) Zaky 8
  10×  1×  Report   9×  1× 

Main roundEdit

Group I (Radès)Edit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1   Tunisia 5 2 3 0 150 128 +22 7 Semifinals
2   France 5 2 2 1 127 120 +7 6
3   Greece 5 2 1 2 134 138 −4 5 5th place game
4   Russia 5 2 0 3 126 137 −11 4[a] 7th place game
5   Czech Republic 5 2 0 3 131 147 −16 4[a] 9th place game
6   Slovenia 5 1 2 2 142 140 +2 4[a] 11th place game
Source: IHF
Notes:
  1. ^ a b c Russia 4 Pts; Czech Republic 2 Pts; Slovenia 0 Pts
31 January 2005
16:15
Greece   29–37   Slovenia Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Vakula, Ljudovik (UKR)
Alvanos 6 (13–17) Rutenka 8
  7×  Report   8×  1× 
31 January 2005
18:15
Tunisia   36–25   Czech Republic Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Arnaldsson, Viðarsson (ISL)
Hmam 12 (20–13) Juříček 10
  7×  Report   4×  2× 
31 January 2005
20:15
France   25–22   Russia Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Lauren, Nielsen (DEN)
Karabatić 8 (12–8) Koksharov 8
  6×  Report   7×  1× 

1 February 2005
16:15
Czech Republic   26–31   France Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Imbronjev, Grković (SCG)
Filip 9 (9–16) Fernandez, Guigou 5
  7×  Report   4× 
1 February 2005
18:15
Slovenia   26–26   Tunisia Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Lemme, Ullrich (GER)
Jovičič, Natek 6 (9–11) Megannem 8
  5×  Report   5×  2× 
1 February 2005
20:15
Russia   24–29   Greece Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Hansson, Olsson (SWE)
Koksharov 9 (14–13) Karypidis, Voglis 6
  6×  Report   7× 

3 February 2005
16:15
Greece   29–31   Czech Republic Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Lemme, Ullrich (GER)
Alvanos 9 (16–16) Filip 7
  6×  Report   5× 
3 February 2005
18:15
Tunisia   35–24   Russia Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Imbronjev, Grković (SCG)
Hmam 13 (19–11) Koksharov 8
  5×  Report   7× 
3 February 2005
20:15
France   26–26   Slovenia Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Hansson, Olsson (SWE)
Guigou 8 (12–10) Zorman 7
  4×  1×  Report   5× 

Group II (Nabeul)Edit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1   Croatia 5 4 0 1 139 135 +4 8 Semifinals
2   Spain 5 3 1 1 155 139 +16 7
3   Serbia and Montenegro 5 2 2 1 127 126 +1 6 5th place game
4   Norway 5 2 1 2 137 139 −2 5 7th place game
5   Germany 5 1 1 3 132 135 −3 3 9th place game
6   Sweden 5 0 1 4 132 148 −16 1 11th place game
Source: IHF
31 January 2005
16:15
Spain   32–28   Germany Salle Bir Challouf, Nabeul
Referees: Dolejš, Kohout (CZE)
Garralda 11 (15–12) Jansen 8
  4×  Report   8×  1× 
31 January 2005
18:15
Sweden   26–26   Serbia and Montenegro Salle Bir Challouf, Nabeul
Referees: Baum, Góralczyk (POL)
Källman 6 (15–12) Nikolić, Sudzum 6
  6×  Report   2× 
31 January 2005
20:15
Croatia   25–28   Norway Salle Bir Challouf, Nabeul
Referees: Bord, Buy (FRA)
Vori 7 (11–12) Kjelling 7
  4×  Report   5× 

1 February 2005
16:15
Germany   26–29   Croatia Salle Bir Challouf, Nabeul
Referees: Baum, Góralczyk (POL)
Kehrmann 5 (11–15) Lacković 11
  5×  Report   2× 
1 February 2005
18:15
Serbia and Montenegro   28–28   Spain Salle Bir Challouf, Nabeul
Referees: Vakula, Ljudovik (UKR)
Stojanović 7 (16–19) Garralda 7
  6×  Report   4× 
1 February 2005
20:15
Norway   34–31   Sweden Salle Bir Challouf, Nabeul
Referees: Lauren, Nielsen (DEN)
Skjærvold 9 (14–15) Ahlm 9
  6×  1×  Report   6× 

3 February 2005
16:15
Sweden   22–27   Germany Salle Bir Challouf, Nabeul
Referees: Dolejš, Kohout (CZE)
Andersson 7 (13–14) Kehrmann 7
  5×  Report   5× 
3 February 2005
18:15
Croatia   24–23   Serbia and Montenegro Salle Bir Challouf, Nabeul
Referees: Lauren, Nielsen (DEN)
Balić, Džomba 6 (10–11) Anđelković, Milosavljević 5
  3×  Report   6×  1× 
3 February 2005
20:15
Spain   31–24   Norway Salle Bir Challouf, Nabeul
Referees: Arnaldsson, Viðarsson (ISL)
Uríos 7 (15–12) three players 5
  5×  Report   3×  1× 

Placement MatchesEdit

11th place gameEdit

5 February
11:00
Slovenia   29–32   Sweden Salle Bir Challouf, Nabeul
Referees: Dolejš, Kohout (CZE)
Rutenka 9 (14–17) Petterson 7
  5×  1×  Report   6×  1× 

9th place gameEdit

5 February
13:00
Czech Republic   34–39   Germany Salle Bir Challouf, Nabeul
Referees: Baum, Góralczyk (POL)
Bruna, Filip 8 (15–16) Jansen 8
  3×  Report   3× 

7th place gameEdit

5 February
10:00
Russia   27–30   Norway Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Adjemian, Götz (ARG)
Koksharov 11 (15–14) Hagen 7
  9×  1×  Report   6× 

5th place gameEdit

5 February
12:30
Greece   26–37   Serbia and Montenegro Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Referees: Arnaldsson, Viðarsson (ISL)
Karypidis 6 (12–15) Stojanović 6
  5×  Report   3× 

Final roundEdit

BracketEdit

 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
5 February – 15:00 (Radès)
 
 
  Tunisia30
 
6 February – 17:30 (Radès)
 
  Spain33
 
  Spain40
 
5 February – 17:30 (Radès)
 
  Croatia34
 
  Croatia35
 
 
  France32
 
Bronze Match
 
 
6 February – 15:00 (Radès)
 
 
  France26
 
 
  Tunisia25

SemifinalsEdit

5 February
15:00
Tunisia   30–33   Spain Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Attendance: 14,000
Referees: Hansson, Olsson (SWE)
Hmam 9 (16–18) Romero 8
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5 February
17:30
Croatia   35–32   France Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Attendance: 10,000
Referees: Vakula, Ljudovik (UKR)
Balić 8 (15–14) Guigou 7
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Third place gameEdit

6 February
15:00
France   26–25   Tunisia Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Attendance: 13,500
Referees: Lauren, Nielsen (DEN)
Guigou 6 (10–14) Hmam 11
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FinalEdit

6 February
17:30
Spain   40–34   Croatia Hall 7th Novembre, Radès
Attendance: 14,000
Referees: Lemme, Ullrich (GER)
García 11 (21–13) Dzomba 7
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Ranking and StatisticsEdit

All Star TeamEdit

Top scorersEdit

Rank Name Team Goals
1 Wissem Hmam   Tunisia 81
2 Eduard Koksharov   Russia 80
3 Mirza Dzomba   Croatia 62
4 Jan Filip   Czech Republic 58
Siarhei Rutenka   Slovenia
6 Juanín García   Spain 55
7 David Juříček   Czech Republic 51
8 Kristian Kjelling   Norway 50
9 Michaël Guigou   France 48
10 Florian Kehrmann   Germany 47

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit