Women's EHF EURO 2012
Let’s go back to 2012, when Montenegro beat Norway in the final of the EHF EURO in Serbia. Dig deep in your memory and try to answer these questions.
13,598 is the correct answer: this record was broken in 2018, when more than 14,000 fans visited the final between France and Russia in Paris-Bercy.
Hungary had a Norwegian coach is the correct answer: the late Karl-Erik Bøhn coached Larvik HK for a long time before taking over at the Hungarian national team (and at Györ) in 2011.
Austria and Russia is the correct answer: Hungary beat Austria 30:24 in 1998, and Russia 29:25 in 2004.
Hungary vs Ukraine is the correct answer: Hungary won their sole EHF EURO title in 2000, beating Ukraine 32:30 after extra time.
4 is the correct answer: the top-5 scorers were Katarina Bulatovic (MNE) with 56 goals, Anita Görbicz (HUN) and Milena Knezevic (MNE) both with 41, Jovanka Radicevic (MNE) with 40, and Linn Sulland (NOR) with 39.
Anja Hammerseng-Edin is the correct answer: she followed the footsteps of her wife Gro Hammerseng, MVP of the EHF EURO events in 2004 and 2006.
Jyske Bank Boxen in Herning (Denmark) is the correct answer: the arena hosted the final of the women’s event in 2010 and the men’s event in 2014.