One week today (Wednesday 21 November) will mark 50 days to go until the onset of the historic 2019 IHF Men’s World Championship in Germany and Denmark that is held for first time in two states and which will also feature a Unified Korea team, who open the contest on January 10th against Germany at the Mercedes-Benz Arena at Berlin.
Fan Zones — Denmark
Denmark’s capital town Copenhagen will soon be welcoming lovers from all over the world at the prestigious Royal Arena, in which Preliminary Group D groups Sweden, Hungary, Qatar, Argentina, Egypt and Angola will battle it out and the matches of this President’s Cup/17-24 Placement Round will occur.
Next to the stadium lovers are going to have the ability to take part in activities with plenty of prizes available, complete with food and beverage and it’s going to be open each matchday at 12pm or 2pm to ticket holders and holders.
The Last weekend consisting of the 5-7 placement, bronze and closing matches in Addition to Main Round Group II and Preliminary Group C (Denmark, Norway, Austria, Tunisia, Chile and SAudi Arabia) will be played at the Jyske Bank Boxen at Herning — home of the closing of this 2015 IHF Women’s World Championship and various EHF EUROs.
Right alongside Jyske Bank Boxen will be a 10,000m2 Fan Zone complete with big screen, activities, chill-out locations, autograph signings, food, beverage and music.
For ticket holders just, the Fan Zone will open on each match day for business at various times – 11am, 2pm, 2:30pm, 3:15pm, 4:30pm, 5pm (depending on the match timings) and close after the matches have ended.
This may be the headquarters of fun with miniature world championships taking place, activities, stages, fantastic music, food and beverage as the German funds welcomes Serbia, Russia, Brazil and France as well for their Preliminary Group A matches.
The Fan Zone will be available on all matchdays to ticket holders and holders .
The capital of Bavaria will welcome Japan, FYR Macedonia, Iceland, Croatia, Bahrain and Spain to the Olympiahalle for their Team B clashes and also numerous fans inside the place for not just the matches, but for their special Fan Zone that has the emphasis on the historic side of the sport and getting to understand the states involved — and all the usual food, beverage and entertainment.
For ticket holders the Fan Zone will be available on matchdays.
Well-known for being the home of the VELUX EHF FINAL4 — the previous four matches of this Men’s EHF Champions League — the LANXESS stadium in Cologne will host its own Germany/Denmark 2019 Fan Zone at specially-created pagoda tents as well as the restaurant that is Henkelmannchen.
Open on each matchday from pm, lovers with and without tickets may attend.
*all times correct at 14 November 2018
IHF Coaches Symposium
More info are available HERE.
IHF.info will bring you all of the news from the press conference to mark ‘50 Days to Go’ next week.