The Egypt national youth handball team is the national under–18 handball team of Egypt or in ( Arabic: منتخب مصر تحت 18 سنة لكرة اليد ), nicknamed (The Pharaohs) (الفراعنة). Controlled by the Egyptian Handball Federation, it represents Egypt in international matches.
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The Egypt junior handball team has participated in several junior's handball competitions and the first appearance was in the inaugural African Men's Junior Handball Championship in 1980 in Nigeria the team placed third, two years later in 1982 in Benin the Egyptian find their way to captured the first African and international title and have qualified to the 1983 IHF Men's Junior World Championship sow the first appearance was for good to gain experiences the Egyptian finished in the 13th rank.
Egypt U19 Handball Team Beat Germany to Become World Champions. Egypt’s U19 team won the World Championship for the first time after defeating Germany 32-28 in the final in Macedonia on Sunday. They also became the first non-European country to be hailed champions.
The Egypt women's national youth handball team represents Egypt in Women's Youth Handball. It is administered by the Egyptian Handball Federation. It is the most successful team in the continent, sharing 3 continental wins with Angola. African Women's Championship record
The Egyptian Handball team claimed the top position in Group B after defeating Portugal 37-31 on Saturday 24 July in the Preliminary Round of the Handball competition at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Egypt’s 20-year-old Ahmed Hesham Doudou was the top scorer of the match, with seven points followed by Yahia Omar and Ahmed El Ahmar […]
Ashraf Awaad (Arabic: أشرف عواض) skipper of the Egyptian youth team who won the World Youth Cup in Cairo 1993, to be the first non-European to win a world title at any level in handball, member of the Awaad clan who provided Egyptian Handball by several members namely Hazem and Belal.hussein, hassan, ibrahim and the young boy abdul ...
CAIRO - 8 August 2017:Egypt’s youth handball team arrived in Georgia on Monday to participate in the IHF Men’s Youth World Championship, the seventh time it has participated in the event. Egypt plays in Group A alongside France, Denmark, Sweden, Bahrain and Norway, opening their participation against Denmark on Tuesday.
Egypt qualified for the tournament as the African champions after winning all six of their games in the 2018 African Men’s Youth Handball Championship. They were placed in group B alongside Sweden, France, Sweden, Chinese Taipei, Canada, and Hungary, and they managed to top the group with eight points, suffering just one defeat to defending champions France.
The Egyptian national handball team is the national handball team of Egypt and is controlled by the Egyptian Handball Federation. Egypt is one of the finest handball teams from Africa along with Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, and Angola. Egypt has had two golden generations, one from 1991-2001 and a present one starting from 2019.
Egypt’s U19 handball national team have claimed their first win in the Youth World Championship in Macedonia, after beating Sweden 32-29 in the opening game. Egypt were drawn in Group B alongside tough opponents including defending champions France as well as Sweden, Camada, Chiness Taipei and Hungary.