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Tokyo Olympics 2021 Handball (Men’s and Women’s)
The handball tournaments at the 2021 Tokyo Summer Olympics are scheduled to take place from 24 July to 8 August 2021 in Japan at Yoyogi National Gymnasium. The teams were divided into two groups of six nations, playing every team in their group once. Two points were awarded for a victory, one for a draw. The top four teams per group qualified for the quarter-finals.
Venue: Yoyogi National Gymnasium
Dates: 24 July – 8 August 2021
Two sets of medals will be awarded in the following events:
- Men’s handball (12 teams)
- Women’s handball (12 teams)
- Group A: France, Norway, Spain, Germany, Brazil, Argentina
- Group B: Sweden, Denmark, Portugal, Japan, Egypt, Bahrain
- Group A: Netherlands, Montenegro, Norway, Japan, South Korea, Angola
- Group B: Spain, ROC, Hungary, Sweden, France, Brazil
Tokyo Olympics 2021 Handball Live Streaming + TV Channel Details, Broadcast Rights
The Sony Pictures Networks India has been awarded the broadcast rights in India and its subcontinent for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. It will provide television coverage on Sony and live streaming through their SonyLiv app and website with a premium subscription. Jio users can enjoy live streaming of Olympics for free on Jio TV app. DD Sports will also televise all Indian matches of Olympics 2021. DD sports is free to air channel in India.
In Australia, Seven West Media secured the exclusive Australian free-to-air and subscription broadcast television rights, as well as radio rights with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) through until 2020. CBC/Radio-Canada, Canada’s Olympic network will telecast event for Canadian audiences. CBC’s detailed coverage of Tokyo 2020 will feature live broadcasts from every venue and include every Canadian medal-winning moment, with more than 3775 hours of live coverage on multiple platforms and it also partners with TSN and Sportsnet to provide live event coverage, giving audiences multiple options as to what to watch on TV each day.
Channel 7 hold the exclusive broadcast rights to the Tokyo Olympics and the coverage will be spread across the network’s channels — 7, 7TWO and 7mate. The coverage will also be streamed via 7plus, with a 24/7 live stream and a dedicated Olympic channel throughout the games. 7plus will also be free once you sign up with an email address and some personal details.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has awarded broadcast rights in Africa for the next four editions of the Olympic Games. DStv SuperSport, Econet Media and the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has secured free-to-air rights to provide detailed coverage in the Sub-Saharan.
In the United Kingdom the BBC will be sole broadcaster of the games. BBC One and BBC Two will broadcast more than 350 hours of action live from Tokyo, covering all 33 sports, while a second live stream will be available on BBC iPlayer. The Tokyo 2020 Tokyo Games also going to be live on Eurosport.
NBCUniversal, the parent company of CNBC will show more than 7,000 hours of content from the Tokyo Olympics across its networks and streaming platforms. NBCUniversal will air more than 7,000 hours of Olympics coverage including the USA men’s basketball team’s chase for a 16th gold medal, women’s basketball, women’s soccer, swimming and gymnastics featuring USA champion Simone Biles. More than 5,000 hours will stream on NBColympics website. In addition, cable sports network NBCSN will broadcast more than 440 hours and USA Network more than 380 hours on USA Network. The Olympic Channel will show Team USA competitions, including wrestling and tennis. The Golf Channel will show golf events, and Telemundo Deportes will air competitions in Spanish language.
European fans can watch live coverage of Summer Olympics on Discovery, Inc. and Eurosport. German spectators can watch TV telecast of Tokyo summer Olympics 2021 on ARD and ZDF TV channels as well as on its digital platform that include official website and apps. Host Japan sports enthusiasts can enjoy live streaming of Olympics 2021 on Japan Consortium TV channel.
Tokyo Olympics 2021 Handball TV Channels List Country-Wise
Australia: Seven Network
Bosnia and Herzegovina: BHRT
Brazil: Grupo Globo
Canada: CBC/Radio-Canada Sportsnet TSN TLN
Caribbean: International Media Content Ltd. SportsMax
Czech Republic: ČT
Estonia: Eesti Meedia
Europe: Discovery Communications Eurosport
France: France Télévisions Canal+
Germany: ARD ZDF
Indian subcontinent: Sony Pictures Networks
Japan: Japan Consortium
Latin America: América Móvil
MENA: beIN Sports
New Zealand: Sky Television
North Korea: SBS
Oceania[iii]: Sky Television
Portugal: RTPRomania: TVR
South Africa: SABC SuperSport
South Korea: SBS
Sub-Saharan Africa: Kwesé Sports
Sweden: Kanal 5
Switzerland: SRG SSR
Ukraine UA: PBC
United Kingdom: BBC/Eurosport
United States: NBCUniversal
Sub-Saharan Africa: Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Comoros, Democratic Republic of Congo, Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, São Tomé and Príncipe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Swaziland, United Republic of Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Live Streaming: DAZN, ESPN+, Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, YouTube TV, Sony LIV, NBC
Tokyo Olympics 2021 Handball Teams, Players (Men’s, Women’s)
Denmark: Henrik Toft Hansen, Mads Mensah Larsen, Magnus Landin Jacobsen, Mikkel Hansen, Niklas Landin Jacobsen, Jóhan Hansen, Mathias Gidsel, Magnus Saugstrup, Morten Olsen, Kevin Møller, Henrik Møllgaard, Lasse Svan Hansen, Jacob Holm
Japan: Kotaro Mizumachi, Kenya Kasahara, Motoki Sakai, Jin Watanabe, Naoki Sugioka, Shuichi Yoshida, Tatsuki Yoshino, Rennosuke Tokuda, Shinnosuke Tokuda, Kohei Narita, Remi Anri Doi, Adam Yuki Baig, Yuta Iwashita, Hiroki Motoki
Egypt: Ahmed Elahmar, Omar El-Wakil, Ahmed Mohamed, Mohamed El-Tayar, Ahmed Mesilhy, Karim Hendawy, Yehia Elderaa, Ibrahim El-Masry, Yahia Omar, Mohammad Sanad, Hassan Kaddah, Seif Elderaa, Mohamed Mamdouh Shebib, Ali Zein
Portugal: Daymaro Salina, Rui Silva, Fábio Magalhães, Victor Iturriza, Luís Frade, Gustavo Capdeville, Humberto Gomes, Diogo Branquinho, João Ferraz, Miguel Martins, Pedro Portela, Alexis Borges, André Gomes, António Areia
Spain: Viran Morros, Eduardo Gurbindo, Raúl Entrerríos, Aleix Gómez, Gonzalo Pérez de Vargas, Rodrigo Corrales, Adrià Figueras, Ferran Solé, Gedeón Guardiola, Jorge Maqueda, Daniel Sarmiento Melián, Ángel Fernández Pérez, Alex Dujshebaev, Antonio García Robledo
Germany: Julius Kühn, Marcel Schiller, Hendrik Pekeler, Finn Lemke, Steffen Weinhold, Johannes Bitter, Uwe Gensheimer, Paul Drux, Kai Häfner, Andreas Wolff, Philipp Weber, Juri Knorr, Johannes Golla, Timo Kastening
Sweden: Jonathan Carlsbogård, Jim Gottfridsson, Oskar Sunnefeldt, Hampus Wanne, Fredric Pettersson, Lukas Sandell, Daniel Pettersson, Max Darj, Felix Claar, Albin Lagergren, Niclas Ekberg, Andreas Palicka, Lucas Pellas, Mikael Aggefors
Bahrain: Mohamed Ahmed, Mohamed Mohamed, Ahmed Fadhul, Hasan Ali, Ali Abdulla Eid, Mahdi Habib, Mohamed Merza, Mohamed Abdulredha, Ahmed Al-Maqabi, Hasan Al-Samahiji, Ali Merza, Husain Mahfoodh, Mohamed Abdulhusain, Husain Al-Sayyad
France: Luc Abalo, Yann Genty, Ludovic Fabregas, Nedim Remili, Hugo Descat, Vincent Gerard, Nikola Karabatić, Dika Mem, Luka Karabatic, Timothey N’Guessan, Melvyn Richardson, Kentin Mahe, Valentin Porte, Michaël Guigou
Argentina: Ignacio Pizarro, Gastón Mouriño, Federico Gaston Fernandez, Sebastian Simonet, Lucas Moscariello, Pablo Simonet, Ramiro Martínez, Leonel Maciel, Juan Manuel Bar, Pablo Vainstein, Nicolás Bonanno, Gonzalo Matias Carou, Diego Esteban Simonet, Federico Pizarro
Norway: Simen Holand Pettersen, Kevin Gulliksen, Torbjørn Bergerud, Petter Øverby, Magnus Abelvik Rød, Magnus Jøndal, Harald Reinkind, Kristian Bjørnsen, Magnus Fredriksen, Sander Sagosen, Kristian Sæverås, Magnus Gullerud, Christian O’Sullivan, Bjarte Myrhol
Brazil: Gustavo Rodrigues, Felipe Borges, Vinícius Teixeira, Rangel da Rosa, Guilherme Torriani, Thiagus dos Santos, Thiago Ponciano, Leonardo Terçariol, João da Silva, Rogério Moraes Ferreira, Leonardo Dutra, Fábio Chiuffa, Haniel Langaro, Jose Guilherme De Toledo
Spain Women: Mercedes Castellanos Soanez, Alexandrina Cabral Barbosa, Alicia Fernández, Almudena Rodríguez, Silvia Navarro Giménez, Marta López, Carmen Martín, Jennifer Gutiérrez Bermejo, Elisabet Cesáreo, Ainhoa Hernández, Lara Gonzalez Ortega, Mireya González, Soledad López, Nerea Pena
Sweden Women: Linn Blohm, Johanna Bundsen, Mathilda Lundström, Emma Lindqvist, Elin Hansson, Johanna Westberg, Carin Strömberg, Jessica Ryde, Melissa Petrén, Jenny Carlson, Kristin Thorleifsdóttir, Nathalie Hagman, Anna Lagerquist, Jamina Roberts
Norway Women: Camilla Herrem, Marit Malm Frafjord, Henny Reistad, Nora Mørk, Kristine Breistøl, Marit Røsberg Jacobsen, Stine Skogrand, Silje Solberg, Veronica Kristiansen, Kari Brattset Dale, Marta Tomac, Stine Bredal Oftedal, Katrine Lunde, Sanna Solberg
South Korea Women: Gim Bo-eun, Sim Hae-in, Kang Eun-hye, Ryu Eun-hee, Jung Ji-in, Won Seon-pil, Jo Ha-rang, Kim Jin-yi, Lee Mi-gyeong, Kang Kyungmin, Jung Yu-ra, Choi Su-min, Ju Hui, Jeong Jin-hui
Montenegro Women: Tatjana Brnović, Dijana Mugoša, Marina Rajcic, Jelena Despotović, Itana Grbić, Nikolina Vukčević, Đurđina Jauković, Andrea Klikovac, Ljubica Nenezić, Matea Pletikosić, Majda Mehmedović, Jovanka Radičević, Anastasija Babović, Ema Ramusović
Angola Women: Magda Cazanga, Wuta Dombaxi, Isabel Guialo, Helena Sousa, Azenaide Carlos, Natalia Fonseca, Helena Paulo, Juliana José Machado, Natália Bernardo, Marilia Quizelete, Liliana Venâncio, Albertina Kassoma, Stelvia Pascoal, Teresa Almeida
ROC Women: Vladlena Bobrovnikova, Yulia Managarova, Polina Vedekhina, Victoria Kalinina, Ekaterina Ilina, Kseniya Makeeva, Anna Sen, Daria Dmitrieva, Antonina Skorobogatchenko, Polina Gorshkova, Polina Kuznetsova, Anna Sedoykina, Anna Vyakhireva, Olga Fomina
Brazil Women: Tamires Morena Lima de Araújo, Bárbara Arenhart, Eduarda Amorim, Patrícia Matieli, Giulia Guarieiro, Livia Ventura, Samara Vieira, Larissa Araújo, Renata Arruda, Dayane Rocha, Adriana Cardoso de Castro, Alexandra do Nascimento, Bruna de Paula, Ana Paula Rodrigues Belo
Netherlands Women: Angela Malestein, Debbie Bont, Rinka Duijndam, Danick Snelder, Merel Freriks, Inger Smits, Martine Smeets, Tess Wester, Bo van Wetering, Kelly Dulfer, Lois Abbingh, Dione Housheer, Nycke Groot, Laura van der Heijden
Japan Women: Haruno Sasaki, Yui Sunami, Shio Fujii, Shiori Nagata, Sayo Shiota, Minami Itano, Ayaka Ikehara, Maharu Kondo, Kaho Sunami, Mana Ohyama, Nozomi Hara, Sakura Hauge, Yuki Tanabe, Mayuko Ishitate
Hungary Women: Zsuzsanna Tomori, Anikó Kovacsics, Gréta Márton, Anett Kisfaludy, Viktória Lukács, Zita Szucsánszki, Blanka Bíró, Katrin Klujber, Reka Bordas, Nadine Schatzl, Petra Vámos, Noémi Háfra, Szandra Zácsik, Kinga Janurik
France Women: Alexandra Lacrabère, Grâce Zaadi, Laura Flippes, Allison Pineau, Méline Nocandy, Béatrice Edwige, Cléopâtre Darleux, Kalidiatou Niakaté, Pauletta Foppa, Pauline Coatanea, Coralie Lassource, Chloé Valentini, Estelle Nze-Minko, Amandine Leynaud