16 January 2017
200,000 fans have attended France 2017 so far!
It’s only day six of the 2017 IHF Men’s Handball World Championship and up to 200,000 spectators have attended the preliminary round matches in the four host cities of Paris, Nantes, Metz and Rouen. In total, ten matches were sold out during the last six days. With President François Hollande in attendance, it all started with France’s opening...
14 January 2017
Attendance: a phenomenal Saturday!
Five of the seven matches scheduled today have been sold out. Before the last three games starting at 20:45 tonight, 30,091 spectators have turned up for the event this Saturday in Metz and Nantes; all of this without France, the host, not even playing!
9 January 2017
2 days before the event, 431,000 spectators already expected in the eight venues of the 2017 World Championship!
As the 25th Men’s Handball World Championship opens this Wednesday, the organisers are already pleased with the enormous popularity generated by the competition with French and foreign handball fans. 431,000 spectators are already expected in the eight venues hosting the competition from 11th to 29th January. This popularity, which was already palpable during the first...
30 December 2016
Ticketing: a last wave of tickets released for sale!
Starting this Friday, 30 December, the World Championship Organising Committee is to release a wide choice of tickets for all games, including French team matches and even the final itself. An opportunity not to be missed!