ⓘ 2002 in handball ..

2002 Asian Mens Handball Championship

The 2002 Asian Mens Handball Championship was the tenth Asian Championship. It took place from February 10th to February 19th, 2002 in Isfahan, Iran. The championship was held in Isfahans Pirouzi Arena. It acts as the Asian qualifying tournament for the 2003 World Mens Handball Championship.

                                     

ⓘ 2002 in handball

  • The 2002 5th Men s European Handball Championship took place from 25 January to 3 February 2002 in Sweden. The first three of each group reach the main
  • The 2002 Asian Men s Handball Championship was the tenth Asian Championship. It took place from February 10th to February 19th, 2002 in Isfahan, Iran
  • The Handball events at the 2002 Asian Games were held in Busan, South Korea between 30 September and 13 October 2002 The competition took place at the
  • 2002 03 Nemzeti Bajnoksag I men s handball season. Veszprem Szeged Tatabanya PLER Dunaferr Cegled Oroshaza Gyor Szazhalombatta Komlo Pecs Bekes
  • The 2002 African Men s Handball Championship, was held in Casablanca and Rabat, Morocco, from 19 to 28 April 2002 It acted as the African qualifying
  • The 2002 Oceania Handball Championship took place at the Sleeman Centre in Brisbane, Australia from 5 7 July. By winning, Australia secured the Oceania
  • The 2002 African Women s Handball Championship was held in Morocco. It acted as the African qualifying tournament for the 2003 World Women s Handball Championship
  • The 2002 Asian Women s Handball Championship, the 9th Asian Championship, which was taking place from July 26 to July 31, 2002 in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
  • The 2002 Asian Women s Junior Handball Championship 7th tournament took place in Amman from 10 July 15 July. It acts as the Asian qualifying tournament
  • The 2002 Asian Men s Junior Handball Championship 8th tournament took place in Bangkok from 21 August 31 August. It acts as the Asian qualifying tournament
                                     

2003 EHF Womens Cup Winners Cup

The 2003 EHF Womens Cup Winners Cup was the twenty-seventh edition of EHFs competition for womens handball national cup champions. It ran from January 4 to May 18, 2003. Besançon, the EU became the first French team that won the Cup Winners Cup, overcoming loss with a 2-goal margin in the final against Spartak in Kiev. As of 2013 this is the only post-Soviet emergence of EF in the final "Spartacus", which remains the most successful team in European womens handball with 13 European cups.

                                     

2002 African Mens Handball Championship

The 2002 African Mens Handball Championship, was held in Casablanca and Rabat, Morocco, from 19 to 28 April 2002. It acted as the African qualifying tournament for the 2003 World Championship in Portugal. Tunisia win their sixth title after beating Algeria in the final match 25-22.

                                     

2002 Asian Mens Junior Handball Championship

The 2002 Asian Mens Junior Handball Championship took place in Bangkok from 21 August–31 August. It acts as the Asian qualifying tournament for the 2003 Mens Junior World Handball Championship in Brazil.

                                     

2002 Asian Womens Junior Handball Championship

The 2002 Asian Womens Junior Handball Championship took place in Amman from 10 July–15 July. It acts as the Asian qualifying tournament for the 2003 Womens Junior World Handball Championship.

                                     

Handball at the 2002 Asian Games

The Handball events at the 2002 Asian Games were held in Busan, South Korea between 30 September and 13 October 2002. The competition took place at the Changwon Gymnasium.

                                     

Handball at the 2002 Central American and Caribbean Games

The Handball competition at the 2002 Central American and Caribbean Games was held in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. The tournament was scheduled to be held from November 21– December 3, 2002.

                                     

2002 IHF Super Globe

The 2002 IHF Super Globe was the second edition. It was held in Doha, Qatar from 3–9 June 2002. There were just one group playing against each other, so the group ranking was the final ranking. Al Sadd won the title for the first time.

                                     

2002 Oceania Handball Championship

The 2002 Oceania Handball Championship took place at the Sleeman Centre in Brisbane, Australia from 5–7 July. By winning, Australia secured the Oceania bid for the 2003 World Mens Handball Championship in Portugal. Participating nations were Australia, Vanuatu and the Cook Islands.