LANXESS arena ready to host the big handball spectacle – men’s EHF FINAL4

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LANXESS arena ready to host the big handball spectacle – men’s EHF FINAL4

The weekend ahead of us is booked for the crown of the men’s European club competition. The EHF FINAL4 Men’s tournament will take place in the well-known Lanxess Arena in Cologne on 18/19 June 2022. The best four teams which qualified for the final tournament are Polish Lomza Vive Kielce, Spanish Barca, Hungarian Telekom Veszprem, and German THW Kiel.

Barca and THW Kiel, the two teams with the most EHF Champions League trophies, will play the first semi-final match – a handball classic. The second semi-final is a replay of the final match from the 2015/16 season when Lomza Vive Kielce won their first-ever Champions League trophy in a spectacular match against Telekom Veszprem.

All handball fans who cannot cheer from the stands of Lanxess Arena can follow the handball spectacle via extensive online and TV coverage. The matches will be available on the well-known EHFTV platform, where fans can, after one-time registration watch the matches for free. In countries where there is the broadcasting of the event available, the stream of the matches on EHFTV will be geo-restricted. You can check the list of TV broadcasters below:

  • AUT – DAZN
  • BIH – Arena Sport 1
  • BUL – B1B TV
  • CRO – Arena Sport 2
  • CZE – Sport 1/2
  • DEN – TV 3 Max & Viaplay
  • ESP – Esport / E3 web / E3 app
  • ESP – DAZN
  • FIN – Viaplay
  • FRA – Eurosport 2 / Eurosport Player
  • GEO – Silk Universal/Sport HD 1
  • GER – DAZN
  • GER – ServusTV
  • GRE – Cosmote Sport 9HD
  • HUN – Sport 1
  • ISR – Sport 3
  • KOS – Arena Sport 1
  • LAT – Best4Sports
  • LTU – Sport 1
  • LUX – ApartTV & FLH.LU
  • MENA region – Ontime Sports
  • MKD – Arena Sport 1
  • MNE – Arena Sport 1
  • NED – Ziggo Sport
  • NOR – V Sport+/TV3 (Sport) & Viaplay
  • POL – Eurosport 1 / Eurosport Player
  • POR – Sport TV 2
  • ROU – Orange Sport 1
  • ROU – Digi Sport 2
  • SRB – Arena Sport 1
  • SLO – Arena Sport 1
  • SUI – DAZN
  • SVK – Sport 1/2
  • SWE – V Sport Extra/TV10 & Viaplay
  • UKR – Sport 1
  • US, Canada, Lat-Am – Fanatiz-com
  • World – EHFTV (geo-restrictions may apply)

Except for traditional media coverage of the event, EHF went a step further and presented an uninterrupted 54-hour live stream on Twitch, starting Friday at 16:00 CEST and going on until after the final which is set to throw off Sunday at 18:00 CEST. On Twitch, fans will be able to enjoy the matches, interactive fans show, pre-match show, and much more. In addition, handball fans will be able to follow the match via live blogs, social media coverage, and by following influencers. Live from the venue, four international influencers (Joanna Jozwik, Diyar Acar, Melody Donchet and Damian Quintero) will keep their followers up to date with the experience from EHF FINAL4.

There is only one day left until the first match, so make sure you remember the schedule so you can follow your favourite handball team. An interesting handball weekend is ahead of us, so stay tuned!



Saturday, 18 June

15:15 CEST, Telekom Veszprem (HUN) – Lomza Vive Kielce (POL)

18:00 CEST, THW Kiel (GER) – Barca (ESP)

Sunday, 19 June

15:15 CEST L.M01 – L.M02 (3rd place match)

18:00 CEST W.M01 vs W.M02 (final match)