With 2 international suits versus Olympic champion France on September 30 in Metz and on October 2 in Nancy, preparation for the European Champions in Slovenia, Montenegro and North Macedonia begins for the German handball gamers. On September 26, nationwide train Markus Gaugisch collected 21 gamers for the program in the Hennef sports institution, 17 of whom will take a trip to France.
The anxieties of the players differ in the run-up to the course, so we deliberately chose a larger squad for the beginning, stated Gaugisch. France is a very uphill struggle, but only opponents of extremely high top quality show us what we are still missing out on.
EM start versus Poland
The German group will certainly play their initial European National championship on November 5 versus Poland (8:30 p.m.), comply with the team games against Montenegro (November 7th/6pm) and also Spain (November 9th/8:30 p.m.). The venue is the Moraca Sports Facility in Podgorica.
The 3 ideal groups of the 4 preliminary round groups get the major round, in France, the Netherlands, Northern Macedonia as well as Romania would certainly be feasible German challengers. The playground of the primary round is the Boris Trajkovski Sports Center in Skopje. The 2nd primary round group is held in Ljubljana, where the last round will likewise happen.
The present line-up of the ladies’s national team:
Area: Jenny Behrend (SG BBM Bietigheim), Maike Schirmer (VfL Oldenburg), Antje Döll (SG BM Bietigheim), Johanna Stockschläder (Thuringian HC), Luisa Schulze (Sport-Union Neckarsulm), Meike Schmelzer (HC Dunarea Braila/Romania), Lisa Antl (Borussia Dortmund), Xenia Smits (SG BBM Bietigheim), Emily Bölk (FTC Budapest/Hungary), Silje Brons Petersen (Copenhagen Handbold/Denmark), Alina Grijsels (Borussia Dortmund), Julia Maidhof (SG BBM Bietigheim), Alicia Stolle (FTC Budapest/Hungary), Lena Degenhardt (TuS Metzingen), Maren Weigel (TuS Metzingen), Alexia Hauf (HSG Blomberg-Lippe), Maxi Mühlner (Buxehuder SV), Marie Michalczik (HSG Blomberg-Lippe ))).
Tor: Katharina Filter (Copenhagen Handbold/Denmark), Isabell Roch (SCM Ramnicu Valcea/Romania), Sarah Wachter (sports union Neckarsulm).