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The prize for best outfit during the opening ceremony yesterday has now been awarded to a happy Austrian team.
The Bengali side Sunnydale have teams in both the B12- and G12-class, and they always show up tho support each other.
The Norwegians have come to Sweden with smiles on their faces and impressive handball
Skanderborg HB from Denmark is here with 17 teams. They’re one of the biggest foreign clubs in whole Partille Cup.
THW Kiel's new acquisition Elias Ellefsen Á Skipagötu supports his younger brother Boas and his team from the Faroe Islands from the stands during the Partille Cup.
Celebrate the Game is a fair play project that Partille Cup runs to create a better environment and a better climate for everyone, on and off the field.
Ecstacy on Heden after Team Cabos first victory in Partille Cup.
The germans played their first matches yesterday!
The Czechs made their entrance in front of a crowded Heden.
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