2007 World Men's Handball Championship; Tournament details; Host country Germany: Dates: 19 January–4 February: Teams: 24 (from 5 confederations) Venue(s) 12 (in 12 host cities) Final positions; Champions Germany (3rd title) Runner-up Poland: Third place Denmark: Fourth place France: Tournament statistics; Matches: 92: Goals scored: 5325 (57.88 per match) Top scorer(s)
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Handball-Weltmeisterschaft der Männer 2007 20th Men’s Handball World Championship Logo der 20. Handball-Weltmeisterschaft der Männer Anzahl Nationen: 24 Weltmeister Deutschland (3. Titel) Austragungsort Deutschland: Eröffnungsspiel: 19. Januar 2007 Endspiel: 4. Februar 2007 Spiele 92 Tore: 5.325 (∅: 57,88 pro Spiel)
Germany-Poland - high-quality fast-paced play at high risk. Germany are the 2007 World Champions. Croatia gained fifth place ahead of Russia and Spain. International Handball Coaches Symposium Handball WCh 2007.
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DER HAMMER! Emotionen und Spannung pur, Deutschland zieht ins Finale ein!
Torsten Jansen opened and closed the scoring as hosts Germany beat title holders Spain 27-25 to make the semifinals at the world handball championships on Tuesday. (30.01.2007) Germany's Quarter ...
Germany men's national handball team; Medal record Olympic Games; 1936 Berlin: Team: 1984 Los Angeles: Team: 2004 Athens: Team: 2016 Rio de Janeiro: Team: World Championship; 1938 Germany: 1978 Denmark: 2007 Germany: 1954 Sweden: 2003 Portugal: 1958 East Germany: European Championship; 2004 Slovenia: 2016 Poland: 2002 Sweden: 1998 Italy: World Outdoor Championship; 1938 Germany: 1952 Switzerland
Handball France vs Germany. IHF World Men's Championship 2007. Full match, 27.01.2007 France - Germany - 26-29 ( 9-14)Germany: Fritz, Bitter; Hens (4), Roggi...
Germany won world titles in 1938 and 2007, and the team have finished on the podium on three other occasions. Germany are two-time European champions, claiming gold in 2004 and 2016. They finished fifth at the most recent edition of the tournament in 2020.