Following IHF Council decision on the fringe of This 2018 IHF Super Globe in Doha, Qatar on October 18, IHF World Championships will expand to Comprise 32 teams in 2021 onwards. The change will start with the 27th IHF Men’s World Championship in Egypt, which makes case in Germany and Denmark the final mature guys ’s event which was contested between 2-4 nations.
The performance and compulsory places for senior events are dispersed follows from now on.
As is now the situation, the planet Championship organiser is going to soon be directly capable, together with the reigning world champions. In the case that there is certainly more than just one organiser, the range of mandatory places (outlined below) for the organisers’ continent will be paid down. In addition, there is likely to soon be 1 2 performance places such as the Continental Confederations, which can be on the basis of the teams ranked 112 of their prior World Championship.
The mandatory places awarded to each Continental Confederation will be divided as follows: four different places annually for Africa, Asia, Europe and Pan America. Within Pan America, one location is available for the United States and Caribbean Zone, while three are allocated to the South and Central America Zone.
1 additional place is designed for Oceania, however only in the case where that national team ranks fifth or higher at the Championship. If no Oceania team places among the top five at the Championship, the IHF will award a wildcard.
So as to guarantee the grade of the World Championship, the IHF shall evaluate the distribution of mandatory places following each occasion. The IHF shall have the right to amend the mandatory places for the next-but-one edition of the World Championship. As an example, any succeeding alterations from test of the 2021 World Championship will apply from 20-23.
For the 2021 Men’s World Championship in Egypt, 20-19 world champions Denmark and the host state are already qualified. Based on the new rules and taking into consideration the consequences of the 20-19 Men’s World Championship, the remaining 30 places are distributed as follows:
Pan America: 5 (1 for the United States and the Caribbean Zone and 4 for the South and Central America Zone)
Oceania: One other place is designed for Oceania, however only in the case where that national team ranks fifth or higher at the Championship. If no Oceania team places among the top five at the Championship, the IHF will award a wildcard.
Wildcard: awarded by the IHF