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Faroe Islands national handball team

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Faroe Islands
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AssociationHandball Federation of the Faroe Islands
CoachSonni Larsen
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Last updated on Unknown.

The Faroe Islands national handball team is the national handball team of Faroe Islands and is controlled by the Handball Federation of the Faroe Islands.

In June 2015, Faroe Islands competed in the 2015 IHF Emerging Nations Championship, and won the championship.[1] In June 2017, Faroe Islands competed in the 2017 IHF Emerging Nations Championship, and once again won the championship.[2] At the 2019 edition, unlike the previous ones, Europe was represented only by the teams who competed at the first phase of 2022 European Championship qualification and failed to advance to the Relegation Round. That implied Faroe Islands not to defend their title.

IHF Emerging Nations Championship record

Current squad

As of October 2018:[3]

Player Club
Ári Egason Dam H71
Jan Pauli Toft Johansen Kyndil
Tórður Guttesen Kyndil
Niklas Simonsen Skjern
Mikkjal Hansen Neistin
Johan Hofgaard H71
Fríði Weyhe KÍF
Hans Eli Sigurðbjørnsson KÍF
Rúni Vest Højgaard H71
Jónas G. Djurhuus HØJ
Julian Olsen VÍF
Tróndur Kragesteen Neistin
Høgni Klein Olsen Kyndil
Rói Berg Hansen FIF
Rúni Joensen KÍF
Sjúrður Olsen VÍF
Áki Egilsnes KA Akureyri
Kjartan Johansen Fyllingen
Peter Krogh H71
Sámal á Tjaldrafløtti Team Klaksvík
Allan Norðberg STÍF
Niclas Selvig TMS Ringsted
Helgi H. Hoydal Odder
Rógvi Dal Christiansen Kyndil
Rókur Akralíð Kyndil
Tony Weyhe KÍF
Hilmar Leon Jakobsen H71
Pætur Thomsen H71
Bartal Klein Olsen Kyndil
Pætur Mikkjalson Neistin
Teis Horn Rasmussen Neistin
Torkil Hentze Neistin
Sigmundur Nolsøe H71

References

  1. ^ Frederiksen, Leivur (26 June 2015). "Føroyar vunnu í Kosovo" (in Faroese). Kringvarp Føroya. Retrieved 27 June 2015.
  2. ^ Frederiksen, Leivur (18 June 2017). "Føroyar vunnu altjóða kapping". Kringvarp Føroya. Retrieved 19 June 2017.
  3. ^ hsf.fo A-menn

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