It is at the European Open that the stars of tomorrow are born and you have the chance to see them live.
Partille Cup organizes the tournament in coorporation with the Swedish Handball Federation and EHF, the European Handball Federation, and is played between some of the world´s best youth national teams, female – and male juniors participate every other year.
In previous years, several international superstars participated in the tournament – Uwe Gensheimer (Germany), Oscar Carlén, Niclas Ekberg, Isabelle Gulldén, Jim Gottfridsson (Sweden), Aron Palmarson (Iceland), Nora Mörk (Norway), Cristina Neagu (Romania), Xavier Barachet (France), Elisabeth Chavez Hernandez (Spain) och Louise Burgaard, (Danmark), to name a few.
It is at the European Open the stars of tomorrow are born and you have the chance to see them live.
Welcome to follow the tournament live between July 4 – 8.
Valhalla sports Hall
Mon-Fri, July 4 – 8
All day according to schedule
It is the European Open as the stars of tomorrow are born and you have the chance to see them live.
Welcome to follow the tournament on site between July 5 – 9.
Germany – Russia, 30-28
Sweden – Slovenia, 33-23
Slovenia – Portugal, 29-28
Sweden – Chech Rep, 41-25
Sweden – Romania, 31-22
Iceland – Sweden, 31-29
Sweden – Austria, 34-22
Sweden – Faroe Islands, 29-36
Denmark – Russia, 23-22
Norway – Spain, 25-17
Denmark – Russia, 24-20
Russia – Norway, 22-26
Russia – Denmark, 26-22
Sweden – Denmark, 34-33
France – Hungary, 30-31
Scandinavium Arena is the largest indoor arena in Gothenburg. Here the finals will be played. Group phase is taking place in Valhalla Sports Halls and Scandinavium.
The EHF will handle all invitations and application forms. If you are representing a national federation, please contact the EHF office for more information.
The entrance to the national team matches is included in the Partille Cup Pass. Single tickets can be bought at the entrance.