Week 12 recap
November 26, 2016
HandStation Awards 2016
December 2, 2016

Another week is behind us, but another one’s ahead of us as well and what both of them have is common is not missing on any magical handball action that our SEHA Gazprom League players shower us with each week…

Moreover, the 13th week of this season gives you another chance to show your best version of being a real handball fan and your team’s 8th player in every sense of the word. Make sure to support your team as the season is seriously heated up and it’s nuances that make the difference!



On another note, this week we will need you to be additionally careful… As you may know, our Best Handball Fan Contest is getting closer to its finish, so if you are one of our contestants keep an eye on our album because the situation changes from minute to minute. If you still haven’t posted your photo – you still have time to do so, but hurry up and catch the best moment at this week’s matches, as the first round wraps up in 3, 2, 1… well, SEVEN DAYS!

To nail it down once again, the most-liked photo (on December 5th) of each SEHA Gazprom League club is shown to players and wins a jersey! Well worth the work if you ask us, but even more – the 4 most liked photos enter the FINAL ROUND of the contest – and then the run for the grand prize of all inclusive SEHA FINAL 4 weekend starts.


Action for the week

Where to show your Be8player spirit this week?

To begin the week are Telekom Veszprem hosting the neighbors Gorenje Velenje on Tuesday, 29/11 at 18h CET. Another action-packed day is ahead of Veszprem Arena, and after losing to PSG in EHF Champions League, don’t doubt Veszprem will give their all not to let fans exit the Arena unhappy two matches in a row…

To open Wednesday‘s schedule, Tatran Presov will host Nexe from Nasice. Nexe are arriving in Slovakia enthusiastic and reenergized with the new head coach being the reason for that. It remains to be seen how Hrvoje Horvat’s debut in SEHA league goes, with everything happening on 30/11 at 18h CET.

Team of Celje Pivovarna Lasko will this time have the task of hosting the boys from Ljubuski – Izvidjac Central Osiguranje. After the last match, having Florijani creating a magical atmosphere in the home of the boys from Celje, there is no doubt in saying Celje has a slight advantage playing on the home court as anyone can hardly keep up with a tailwind as amazing as the one that Florijani create! Tune in on Wednesday 30/11 at 20h CET to see if Izvidjac can surprise this time…