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List of official matches of the Montenegro women's handball team

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Montenegro women's national handball team represents Montenegro in international handball competitions. The national team was formed in 2006 after the Montenegrin independence.

The team made their debut match in the November 2006. Except for qualifying matches, Montenegro played on World Championship, European Championship and Olympic Games.

The women's handball team is among most successful national teams of Montenegro. They won Montenegro's first ever Olympic medal in 2012 by reaching the final. The same year, Montenegro was a champion of Europe.

Honours

Below are major achievements of Montenegro women's national handball team in international competitions.

Tournaments

List of participation

During the past, Montenegro participated on the next official (EHF/IHF) tournaments:

Competition G W D L
World Championship 2007 qualifiers
5
4
0
1
European Championship 2008 qualifiers
6
4
0
2
World Championship 2009 qualifiers
7
5
1
1
European Championship 2010 qualifiers
6
5
1
0
European Championship 2010
7
4
0
3
World Championship 2011 qualifiers
2
2
0
0
World Championship 2011
6
3
0
3
Olympic Games 2012 qualifiers
3
3
0
0
Olympic Games 2012
8
4
1
3
European Championship 2012 qualifiers
6
5
0
1
European Championship 2012
8
7
0
1
World Championship 2013
6
4
0
2
European Championship 2014 qualifiers
6
5
1
0
European Championship 2014
8
5
0
3
World Championship 2015 qualifiers
2
1
1
0
World Championship 2015
9
5
1
3
Olympic Games 2016 qualifiers
3
2
1
0
Olympic Games 2016
5
0
0
5
European Championship 2016 qualifiers
6
5
0
1
European Championship 2016
3
1
0
2
World Championship 2017 qualifiers
2
1
0
1
World Championship 2017
7
3
1
3
European Championship 2018 qualifiers
6
6
0
0
European Championship 2018
6
3
0
3

Overall

Tournament Matches Wins Draws Loss
Olympic Games 13 4 1 8
World Championship 28 15 2 11
European Championship 32 20 0 12
Qualifying matches EC/WC/OG 60 48 5 7
OVERALL 133 87 8 38

Records

Largest victory
42:15,  Montenegro China, 7 December 2011, Santos
Largest defeat
23:34,  Montenegro France, 20 December 2015, Herning
Longest unbeaten streak
9 matches, (14 June 2009 - 11 December 2010)
Longest losing streak
6 matches, (6 August 2016 - 6 December 2016)
Most scored goals in a match
42,  Montenegro China 42:15,  Czech Republic Montenegro 26:42
Most goals against in a match
35,  Montenegro Croatia 40:35

Results

Below is the list of all official matches of Montenegro national handball team.

Date Opponent Result Venue Att Competition
28/11/2006  Bulgaria 32–28 Cheb 300 WCQ
29/11/2006  Turkey 30–28 Cheb 250 WCQ
01/12/2006  Czech Republic 23–24 Cheb 2,000 WCQ
02/12/2006  Bosnia and Herzegovina 31–27 Cheb 200 WCQ
03/12/2006  Greece 35–24 Cheb 200 WCQ
27/11/2007  Azerbaijan 31–21 Michalovce 500 ECQ
28/11/2007   Switzerland 34–26 Michalovce 200 ECQ
01/12/2007  Slovakia 30–34 Michalovce 1,200 ECQ
02/12/2007  Portugal 33–26 Michalovce 300 ECQ
31/05/2008  Croatia 40–35 Podgorica 4,000 ECQ
07/06/2008  Croatia 23–31 Kutina 2,000 ECQ
25/11/2008  Slovenia 32–22 Pljevlja 2,000 WCQ
26/11/2008  Finland 37–24 Pljevlja 2,000 WCQ
28/11/2008  Bulgaria 40–21 Pljevlja 2,000 WCQ
29/11/2008  Azerbaijan 41–20 Pljevlja 2,000 WCQ
30/11/2008  Italy 32–28 Pljevlja 1,500 WCQ
07/06/2009  Sweden 17–24 Skövde 1,700 WCQ
14/06/2009  Sweden 28–28 Pljevlja 2,500 WCQ
14/10/2009  Poland 31–21 Lublin 1,800 ECQ
17/10/2009  Russia 28–28 Podgorica 4,000 ECQ
31/03/2010  Slovakia 39–24 Pljevlja 2,500 ECQ
04/04/2010  Slovakia 32–27 Hlohovec 500 ECQ
26/05/2010  Poland 35–32 Pljevlja 2,500 ECQ
30/05/2010  Russia 31–28 Chekhov 500 ECQ
07/12/2010  Russia 24–22 Aarhus 600 European Championship 2010
09/12/2010  Iceland 26–23 Aarhus 1,200 European Championship 2010
11/12/2010  Croatia 28–29 Aarhus 1,000 European Championship 2010
13/12/2010  Spain 22–20 Herning 3,000 European Championship 2010
14/12/2010  Romania 21–23 Herning 3,420 European Championship 2010
16/12/2010  Denmark 30–29 Herning 11,461 European Championship 2010
18/12/2010  France 19–23 Herning 3,320 European Championship 2010
03/06/2011  Czech Republic 42–26 Olomuc 1,000 WCQ
10/06/2011  Czech Republic 33–26 Pljevlja 2,000 WCQ
19/10/2011  Great Britain 34–18 Herceg Novi 1,000 ECQ
22/10/2011  Poland 31–27 Chorzów 1,000 ECQ
03/12/2011  Iceland 21–22 Santos 1,200 World Championship 2011
04/12/2011  Germany 25–24 Santos 500 World Championship 2011
06/12/2011  Angola 28–26 Santos 350 World Championship 2011
07/12/2011  China 42–15 Santos 200 World Championship 2011
09/12/2011  Norway 27–28 Santos 1,000 World Championship 2011
11/12/2011  Spain 19–23 Barueri 700 World Championship 2011
21/03/2012  Russia 23–22 Podgorica 4,000 ECQ
25/03/2012  Russia 23–24 Rostov-Don 2,500 ECQ
25/05/2012  Japan 30–24 Lyon 1,500 OGQ
26/05/2012  Romania 34–23 Lyon 3,200 OGQ
27/05/2012  France 22–20 Lyon 4,500 OGQ
30/05/2012  Great Britain 37–22 London 500 ECQ
03/06/2012  Poland 32–23 Podgorica 3,000 ECQ
28/07/2012  Great Britain 31–19 London 3,941 Olympic Games 2012
30/07/2012  Brazil 25–27 London 3,974 Olympic Games 2012
01/08/2012  Angola 30–25 London 4,354 Olympic Games 2012
03/08/2012  Croatia 26–27 London 4,541 Olympic Games 2012
05/08/2012  Russia 25–25 London 4,444 Olympic Games 2012
07/08/2012  France 23–22 London 4,559 Olympic Games 2012
09/08/2012  Spain 27–26 London 9,087 Olympic Games 2012
11/08/2012  Norway 23–26 London 9,739 FINAL
04/12/2012  Iceland 26–16 Vršac 2,800 European Championship 2012
05/12/2012  Russia 30–27 Vršac 1,500 European Championship 2012
07/12/2012  Romania 23–20 Vršac 4,000 European Championship 2012
09/12/2012  Hungary 28–26 Novi Sad 1,500 European Championship 2012
11/12/2012  Germany 20–27 Novi Sad 1,000 European Championship 2012
13/12/2012  Spain 27–23 Novi Sad 1,200 European Championship 2012
15/12/2012  Serbia 27–26 Belgrade 13,000 European Championship 2012
16/12/2012  Norway 34–31 Belgrade 10,000 FINAL
07/12/2013  South Korea 23–22 Belgrade 1,100 World Championship 2013
08/12/2013  DR Congo 35–9 Belgrade 800 World Championship 2013
10/12/2013  Dominican Republic 33–19 Belgrade 300 World Championship 2013
11/12/2013  France 16–17 Belgrade 600 World Championship 2013
13/12/2013  Netherlands 27–25 Belgrade 600 World Championship 2013
15/12/2013  Denmark 21–22 Belgrade 1,500 World Championship 2013
23/10/2013  Poland 25–21 Podgorica 3,500 ECQ
27/10/2013  Portugal 29–24 Coimbra 1,000 ECQ
26/03/2014  Czech Republic 24–23 Most 1,100 ECQ
30/03/2014  Czech Republic 25–22 Bijelo Polje 3,000 ECQ
11/06/2014  Poland 25–22 Częstochowa 6,700 ECQ
15/06/2014  Portugal 22–22 Nikšić 1,000 ECQ
08/12/2014  Serbia 22–19 Osijek 2,200 European Championship 2014
10/12/2014  Slovakia 28–24 Osijek 2,000 European Championship 2014
12/12/2014  France 20–24 Osijek 2,000 European Championship 2014
14/12/2014  Germany 27–20 Zagreb 1,200 European Championship 2014
16/12/2014  Netherlands 31–27 Zagreb 1,500 European Championship 2014
17/12/2014  Sweden 30–29 Zagreb 1,000 European Championship 2014
19/12/2014  Spain 18–19 Budapest 3,500 European Championship 2014
21/12/2014  Sweden 23–25 Budapest 5,500 3rd place match
07/06/2015  Iceland 28–19 Podgorica 2,000 WCQ
14/06/2015  Iceland 19–19 Reykjavik 600 WCQ
07/10/2015  Macedonia 21–14 Bar 2,200 ECQ
11/10/2015  Slovenia 22–20 Ljubljana 1,000 ECQ
05/12/2015  Serbia 28–28 Herning 4,700 World Championship 2015
06/12/2015  Japan 29–23 Herning 2,500 World Championship 2015
08/12/2015  Hungary 32–15 Herning 7,000 World Championship 2015
09/12/2015  Tunisia 37–26 Herning 1,700 World Championship 2015
11/12/2015  Denmark 23–21 Herning 12,500 World Championship 2015
14/12/2015  Angola 38–28 Herning 1,500 World Championship 2015
16/12/2015  Norway 25–26 Kolding 2,800 World Championship 2015
18/12/2015  Denmark 20–28 Herning 9,800 World Championship 2015
20/12/2015  France 23–34 Herning 1,000 World Championship 2015
10/03/2016  Croatia 22–23 Split 4,500 ECQ
12/03/2016  Croatia 31–29 Bar 3,500 ECQ
18/03/2016  Uruguay 34–19 Aarhus 1,100 OGQ
19/03/2016  Denmark 26–22 Aarhus 3,200 OGQ
20/03/2016  Romania 23–23 Aarhus 1,200 OGQ
02/06/2016  Macedonia 27–21 Skopje 600 ECQ
05/06/2016  Slovenia 24–22 Bijelo Polje 2,000 ECQ
06/08/2016  Spain 19–25 Rio de Janeiro 8,000 Olympic Games 2016
08/08/2016  Angola 25–27 Rio de Janeiro 2,000 Olympic Games 2016
10/08/2016  Romania 21–25 Rio de Janeiro 1,500 Olympic Games 2016
12/08/2016  Norway 19–28 Rio de Janeiro 3,000 Olympic Games 2016
14/08/2016  Brazil 23–29 Rio de Janeiro 10,000 Olympic Games 2016
05/12/2016  Denmark 21–22 Malmö 2,000 European Championship 2016
07/12/2016  Czech Republic 28–27 Malmö 1,000 European Championship 2016
09/12/2016  Hungary 14–21 Malmö 1,500 European Championship 2016
09/06/2017  Belarus 33–26 Bar 2,000 WCQ
15/06/2017  Belarus 23–25 Minsk 1,800 WCQ
28/09/2017  Slovakia 24–23 Bar 2,100 ECQ
01/10/2017  Italy 23–16 Brescia 2,000 ECQ
02/12/2017  Denmark 31–24 Oldenburg 3,100 World Championship 2017
03/12/2017  Russia 24–28 Oldenburg 2,300 World Championship 2017
05/12/2017  Japan 28–29 Oldenburg 1,100 World Championship 2017
06/12/2017  Tunisia 29–23 Oldenburg 2,000 World Championship 2017
08/12/2017  Brazil 23–23 Oldenburg 3,700 World Championship 2017
10/12/2017  Serbia 31–29 Magdeburg 3,000 World Championship 2017
12/12/2017  France 22–25 Leipzig 2,100 World Championship 2017
21/03/2018  Poland 26–20 Gdynia 2,000 ECQ
24/03/2018  Poland 33–23 Pljevlja 4,000 ECQ
31/05/2018  Slovakia 27–24 Michalovce 1,200 ECQ
02/06/2018  Italy 28–22 Podgorica 1,500 ECQ
30/11/2018  Slovenia 36–32 Nancy 2,000 European Championship 2018
02/12/2018  Russia 23–24 Nancy 3,500 European Championship 2018
04/12/2018  France 20–25 Nancy 5,300 European Championship 2018
06/12/2018  Sweden 30–28 Nantes 2,800 European Championship 2018
10/12/2018  Serbia 28–27 Nantes 2,500 European Championship 2018
12/12/2018  Denmark 23–24 Nantes 4,000 European Championship 2018

WCQ - World Championship qualifiers; ECQ - European Championship qualifiers; OGQ - Olympic Games qualifiers

Montenegro vs. other countries

Below is the list of performances of Montenegro national handball team against every single opponent.

Opponents' country G W D L
 Angola
4
3
0
1
 Azerbaijan
2
2
0
0
 Belarus
2
1
0
1
 Bosnia and Herzegovina
1
1
0
0
 Brazil
3
0
1
2
 Bulgaria
2
2
0
0
 China
1
1
0
0
 Croatia
6
2
0
4
 Czech Republic
6
5
0
1
 Denmark
8
4
0
4
 Dominican Republic
1
1
0
0
 DR Congo
1
1
0
0
 Finland
1
1
0
0
 France
8
2
0
6
 Germany
3
2
0
1
 Greece
1
1
0
0
 Great Britain
3
3
0
0
 Hungary
3
2
0
1
 Iceland
5
3
1
1
 Italy
3
3
0
0
 Japan
3
2
0
1
 Netherlands
2
2
0
0
 North Macedonia
2
2
0
0
 Norway
5
1
0
4
 Poland
8
8
0
0
 Portugal
3
2
1
0
 Romania
5
2
1
2
 Russia
9
4
2
3
 Serbia
5
4
1
0
 South Korea
1
1
0
0
 Slovakia
6
5
0
1
 Slovenia
4
4
0
0
 Spain
6
3
0
3
 Sweden
5
2
1
2
  Switzerland
1
1
0
0
 Tunisia
2
2
0
0
 Turkey
1
1
0
0
 Uruguay
1
1
0
0
OVERALL
133
87
8
38

As of April 2019

See also

External links

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