Test yourself with the EHF Finals Men quiz

How well do you know the four contenders for the very first EHF European League Men title?
Check out the questions and test your knowledge ahead of this weekend's EHF Finals in Mannheim.
START
How many of the four EHF Finals participants won their groups?

4 is correct, all four were group winners.

Next
Which player, who is part of the EHF Finals in Mannheim, had been top scorer of the EHF Champions League once and the EHF Cup twice?

Lindberg is correct. In the 2012/13 season, the right wing was CL top scorer and CL winner with Hamburg in the 2016/17 and 2017/18 season he was top scorer of the EHF Cup.

Next
How often did Berlin, Magdeburg and Löwen win the EHF Cup, combined?

6 is correct: Magdeburg won the trophy in the old format in 199, 2001 and 2007, Löwen were the premiere winners of the restructured format in 2013 and Füchse won the trophy in 2015 and 2018.

Next
How many different German cities hosted the EHF Cup finals, the forerunner of the EHF Finals?

4 is correct. Berlin hosted the event in 2014 and 2015, Göppingen was host in 2017, Magdeburg in 2018 and Kiel in 2019.

Next
Which club did Plock coach Xavier Sabate steer to the EHF Champions League final?

Veszprém is correct, in 2016, Sabate was their coach, when they lost against Kielce after penalty shoot-out

Next
How many straight EHF European League victories did Magdeburg take on their way to Mannheim?

10 is correct, they only lost the group match at Alingsas in Round 2, then won all remaining matches.

Next
Who is the current top scorer among the four EHF Finals participants?

Magnusson is correct with 81 goals on his account, Daszek 62, Lindberg 56 and Tollbring 55.

Next
Which team was the last final opponent for Rhein-Neckar Löwen in the SAP Arena in an international competition?

Veszprém is correct. Löwen faced them in the 2007/08 Cup Winners’ Cup final - after a 28:28 in Mannheim, Löwen lost 37:32 in Hungary.

Next
How heavy is the new, aluminium trophy for the first ever winners of the EHF Finals Men?

8,000 is correct, the trophy made in Spain weighs eight kilograms.

Next
Who is the only player, who can win the second tier competition for the second time in a row after becoming EHF Cup winner in 2019?

Nilsson is correct. The Swede won the EHF Cup in 2019 with THW Kiel and joined Löwen in 2020.

Next
You got {number correct}/{number of questions} correct answers
Some work to be done if you want to peak for the EHF Finals this weekend. Keep an eye on the news and interviews on eurohandball.com before the action begins.
You got {number correct}/{number of questions} correct answers
You are on the right track but may fall short of winning the title unless you sharpen that knowledge on eurohandball.com
You got {number correct}/{number of questions} correct answers
Nice work! You're in great shape ahead of the big weekend on EHFTV.com and eurohandball.com