Womens Norwegian Handball The Favorite For Euro Championship

  • Norway has -125 odds to win the Women’s European Handball Championship.
  • Norway has won 8 European championships since 1994.

OSLO, Norway – If there has ever been a sure bet to make this early on, it should be on the women’s Norwegian handball team to come out on top of the European Championship. They are the only team of the pool with odds listed under +100 while the next closest team to them is France who has +300 odds.

European Handball Championship Women’s 2022

  • Norway (W) -125
  • France (W) +300
  • Denmark (W) +400
  • Netherlands (W) +600
  • Sweden (W) +1200
  • Hungary (W) +2000
  • Spain (W) +2000
  • Germany (W) +2500
  • Montenegro (W) +5000
  • Romania (W) +5000

The reason behind the Norway Women’s team being such a heavy favorite for sportsbooks is because they’ve been nearly unstoppable, especially in the European Championships. They have 8 gold medals to their name which is five more than Denmark, who has the second most.

They’ve also been on an incredible run since 2004 having won seven of the nine European Championships since then. In their current run since 2004, they’ve also become the only handball team of the men or women to have won four consecutive European Championships.

Their current run since the start of 2021 has also been eye-opening as they’ve gone 9-0-1 over ten games. Making it even more impressive is that they took down teams such as France, Netherlands, Spain, Montenegro, and North Macedonia, all of which will be competing in the European Championships.

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Other Accomplishments

Aside from the European Championships, they’ve been remarkable across the board in other competitions as well such as the World Championship and Olympic Games. They’ve combined for six gold medals between the two including two from the Olympics and four from the World Championship.

Their two Olympic gold medals came back in 2008 and 2012 and have won two bronze medals since then in 2016 and 2020. In the World Championships that occur every two years, their first came in 1999 while their last three came in the last six years including the 2021 games.