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10. U-18 Men’s European Handball Championship 2012
EHF Men’s 18 Handball Euro 2012
Number of nations 16
European Champion GermanyDeutschland Germany (2nd title)
Venue AustriaÖsterreich Austria
Opening match 12.07.2012
Final 22.07.2012
Games 64
Top scorer Luka Maros (60 goals)
Best player Pontus Zetterman
Gelbe Karte Yellow cards 307 (∅: 4.8 per game)
Zeitstrafe Time penalties 425 (∅: 6.64 per game)
Rote Karte Red cards 7 (∅: 0.11 per game)

The 10th U-18 Men’s European Handball Championship 2012 was held in Austria from 12 to 22 July 2012. The organiser was the European Handball Federation (EHF).

Venues

The venues for the games were the Handball Arena Rieden/Vorkloster in Bregenz with a capacity for 2,500 spectators and the Sporthalle am See in Hard with a capacity of 1,100 spectators.

Preliminary round

In the preliminary round, each team in a group played once against every other team in the same group. The top two teams in each group qualified for the main round, while the third and fourth-placed teams qualified for the intermediate round.[1]

Group A

All games took place in Bregenz OsterreichÖsterreich Austria.

12.07.2012 Germany – – Iceland 22 : 22 (11:10)
12.07.2012 Sweden – – France 38 : 24 (23:11)
13.07.2012 Iceland – – Sweden 22 : 33 (11:18)
13.07.2012 France – – Germany 21 : 29 (08:12)
15.07.2012 Iceland – – France 28 : 28 (12:15)
15.07.2012 Germany – – Sweden 20 : 29 (10:16)
Pl. Team Sp. S U N Gates Diff. Pkt.
1. SwedenSchweden Sweden 3 3 0 0 100:066 +34 6
2. GermanyDeutschland Germany 3 1 1 1 071:072 -01 3
3. IcelandIsland Iceland 3 0 2 1 072:083 −11 2
4. FranceFrankreich France 3 0 1 2 073:095 −22 1

Group B

All games took place in Bregenz OsterreichÖsterreich Austria.

12.07.2012 Belarus – – Czech Republic 32 : 23 (15:12)
12.07.2012 Norway – – Austria 23 : 24 (11:10)
13.07.2012 Czech Republic – – Norway 21 : 35 (09:19)
13.07.2012 Austria – – Belarus 31 : 23 (16:13)
15.07.2012 Norway – – Belarus 33 : 37 (16:16)
15.07.2012 Austria – – Czech Republic 23 : 32 (12:13)
Pl. Team Sp. S U N Gates Diff. Pkt.
1. AustriaÖsterreich Austria 3 2 0 1 078:078 +0 4
2. BelarusWeißrussland Belarus 3 2 0 1 092:087 +5 4
3. NorwayNorwegen Norway 3 1 0 2 091:082 +9 1
4. CzechRepublicTschechien Czech Republic 3 1 0 2 076:090 −14 1

Group C

All games took place in Hard OsterreichÖsterreichAustria.

12.07.2012 Croatia – – Spain 40 : 35 (15:17)
12.07.2012 Switzerland – – Romania 29 : 30 (16:16)
13.07.2012 Romania – – Croatia 24 : 33 (11:16)
13.07.2012 Spain – – Switzerland 34 : 32 (18:16)
15.07.2012 Croatia – – Switzerland 30 : 30 (16:12)
15.07.2012 Spain – – Romania 40 : 37 (20:15)
Pl. Team Sp. S U N Gates Diff. Pkt.
1. CroatiaKroatien Croatia 3 2 1 0 103:089 +14 5
2. SpainSpanien Spain 3 2 0 1 109:099 +10 4
3. RomaniaRumänien Romania 3 1 0 2 091:102 −11 2
4. SwitzerlandSchweiz Switzerland 3 0 1 2 091:094 −3 1

Group D

All games took place in Hard OsterreichÖsterreichAustria.

12.07.2012 Denmark – – Finland 44 : 25 (20:15)
12.07.2012 Serbia – – Slovenia 38 : 42 (15:20)
13.07.2012 Slovenia – – Denmark 25 : 29 (12:15)
13.07.2012 Finland – – Serbia 20 : 35 (11:17)
15.07.2012 Denmark – – Serbia 31 : 25 (12:15)
15.07.2012 Finland – – Slovenia 33 : 41 (18:20)
Pl. Team Sp. S U N Gates Diff. Pkt.
1. DenmarkDänemark Denmark 3 3 0 0 104:075 +29 6
2. SloveniaSlowenien Slovenia 3 2 0 1 108:100 +8 4
3. SerbiaSerbien Serbia 3 1 0 2 098:093 +5 2
4. FinlandFinnland Finland 3 0 0 3 078:120 −42 0

Main round

In the main round the group first and group second, played out the participants of the semifinals. The result from the preliminary round (group first against group second in a preliminary round group) was taken into the main round. The winners and runners-up of groups I + II qualified for the semi-finals. The group third and group fourth went into the cross matches for place 5 to 8.[2]

Group I

All games took place in Hard OsterreichÖsterreichAustria.

17.07.2012 Germany – – Belarus 31 : 24 (15:10)
17.07.2012 Sweden – – Austria 33 : 24 (15:11)
18.07.2012 Belarus – – Sweden 29 : 35 (12:19)
18.07.2012 Austria – – Germany 24 : 34 (15:13)
Pl. Team Sp. S U N Gates Diff. Pkt.
1. SwedenSchweden Sweden 3 3 0 0 097:073 +24 6
2. GermanyDeutschland Germany 3 2 0 1 085:077 +8 4
3. AustriaÖsterreich Austria 3 1 0 2 079:090 −11 2
4. BelarusWeißrussland Belarus 3 0 0 3 076:097 −21 0

Group II

All games took place in Bregenz OsterreichÖsterreich Austria.

17.07.2012 Spain – – Slovenia 39 : 37 (21:19)
17.07.2012 Croatia – – Denmark 26 : 28 (13:13)
18.07.2012 Slovenia – – Croatia 42 : 33 (20:15)
18.07.2012 Denmark – – Spain 27 : 34 (13:16)
Pl. Team Sp. S U N Gates Diff. Pkt.
1. SpainSpanien Spain 3 2 0 1 108:104 +4 4
2. DenmarkDänemark Denmark 3 2 0 1 091:078 +13 4
3. SloveniaSlowenien Slovenia 3 1 0 2 104:101 +3 2
4. CroatiaKroatien Croatia 3 1 0 2 099:105 −6 2

Intermediate round

In the intermediate round the group third and group fourth played out the participants of the cross play. The result of the preliminary round (group third against group fourth in a preliminary round group) was taken into the intermediate round. For the cross matches 9 to 12 the winners and group runners-up of the groups III + IV qualified. The group third and group fourth went into the cross matches for place 13 to 16.

Group III

All games took place in Hard OsterreichÖsterreichAustria.

17.07.2012 France – – Czech Republic 38 : 24 (14:12)
17.07.2012 Iceland – – Norway 30 : 37 (14:21)
18.07.2012 Czech Republic – – Iceland 27 : 26 (13:11)
18.07.2012 Norway – – France 30 : 31 (17:20)
Pl. Team Sp. S U N Gates Diff. Pkt.
1. FranceFrankreich France 3 2 1 0 097:082 +15 5
2. NorwayNorwegen Norway 3 2 0 1 102:082 +20 4
3. CzechRepublicTschechien Czech Republic 3 1 0 2 072:099 −27 2
4. IcelandIsland Iceland 3 0 1 2 084:092 −8 1

Group IV

All games took place in Bregenz OsterreichÖsterreich Austria.

17.07.2012 Switzerland – – Finland 31 : 23 (14:12)
17.07.2012 Romania – – Serbia 38 : 32 (15:15)
18.07.2012 Finland – – Romania 23 : 30 (14:14)
18.07.2012 Serbia – – Switzerland 33 : 27 (15:16)
Pl. Team Sp. S U N Gates Diff. Pkt.
1. RomaniaRumänien Romania 3 3 0 0 098:084 +14 6
2. SerbiaSerbien Serbia 3 2 0 1 100:085 +15 4
3. SwitzerlandSchweiz Switzerland 3 1 0 2 087:086 +1 2
4. FinlandFinnland Finland 3 0 0 3 066:096 −30 0

Semifinals

All games took place in Bregenz OsterreichÖsterreichAustria.[3]

20.07.2012 Sweden – – Denmark 35 : 28 (16:10)
20.07.2012 Spain – – Germany 37 : 42 (16:20)

Cross Games

Cross games 5 to 8

All games took place in Bregenz OsterreichÖsterreich Austria.

20.07.2012 Slovenia – – Belarus 36 : 27 (16:09)
20.07.2012 Austria – – Croatia 23 : 22 (09:13)

Cross games 9 to 12

All games took place in Hard OsterreichÖsterreichAustria.

20.07.2012 France – – Serbia 35 : 36 (21:16)
20.07.2012 Romania – – Norway 27 : 41 (12:19)

Cross matches 13 to 16

All games took place in Hard OsterreichÖsterreichAustria.

20.07.2012 Czech Republic – – Finland 32 : 26 (17:13)
20.07.2012 Switzerland – – Iceland 25 : 20 (14:10)

Finals

Places 1 to 8 were played in Hard OsterreichÖsterreichAustria. The places 9 to 16 were played in Bregenz AustriaÖsterreich Austria.[4]

Finale 22.07.2012 Sweden – – Germany 29 : 30 (13 :14)
Match for 3rd place 22.07.2012 Denmark – – Spain 37 : 32 (19 :12)
Match for 5th place 22.07.2012 Austria – – Slovenia 24 : 30 (08 :16)
Match for 7th place 22.07.2012 Croatia – – Belarus 31 : 22 (15 :07)
Game for place 9 21.07.2012 Serbia – – Norway 36 : 38 (18 :18)
Match for place 11 21.07.2012 France – – Romania 30 : 39 (16 :17)
Match for 13th place 21.07.2012 Czech Republic – – Switzerland 22 : 32 (11 :20)
Match for 15th place 21.07.2012 Finland – – Iceland 26 : 27 (13 :13)

Final Placement

Place Team
01. GermanyDeutschland Germany
02. SwedenSchweden Sweden
03. DenmarkDänemark Denmark
04. SpainSpanien Spain
05. SloveniaSlowenien Slovenia
06. AustriaÖsterreich Austria
07. CroatiaKroatien Croatia
08. BelarusWeißrussland Belarus
09. NorwayNorwegen Norway
10. SerbiaSerbien Serbia
11. RomaniaRumänien Romania
12. FranceFrankreich France
13. SwitzerlandSchweiz Switzerland
14. CzechRepublicTschechien Czech Republic
15. IcelandIsland Iceland
16. FinlandFinnland Finland

References

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