160 players and leaders arrived with train from Stockholm

There are a lot of newly arrived handball teams in Gothenburg. A train with 160 handball players and leaders from Stockholm arrived to the Partille Cup city on Monday afternoon.

The Swedish star player Jamina Roberts and Denny Bågenholm, event manager at IK Sävehof, was also on board on the MTR Express train from Stockholm. Jamina Roberts answered questions and mingled with the enthusiastic youth players There was also a quiz about Gothenburg and Partille Cup on the way to Gothenburg.
– It was a great mood on the train. Everyone was happy, says Denny Bågenholm.


Photo: Maxim Thoré.

Jamina Roberts also enjoyed the train trip.
– I went to and from Stockholm. It was fun, especially on the way to Gothenburg, she says.
The handball party starts for real tomorrow. That’s when the first games in the group stage are played.
– Partille Cup is fun. I have played the tournament several times and I have been there and watched when I didn’t play myself. This year I will be there as a sister. My brother plays with one of IK Sävehof’s B15 teams, says the 28-year-old, who signed for the Danish team Randers in February.

She will be present at Thursday’s Super match, in which several national team players will participate, but will not play.
– I think that it will be a fun game to watch, says Jamina Roberts.

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