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When will Norway play? Here is the full European Championship program



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The matches were shown on TV3 and Viaplay.

The European Championship is held every even year (every year). The first European Championship for women was held in 1994 and the winner was Denmark, according to Wikipedia.

Norway dominates and has seven European Championship gold medals. France is the defending champion.

Norway opens the European Championship in Denmark against Poland on Thursday 3 December. The match starts at 20.30.

How the Norwegian matches are played:

Thursday, December 3
20.30 Norway – Poland

Saturday, December 5
18.15 Germany – Norway

Monday, December 7th
20.30 Romania – Norway

Main round matches will be played on December 10, 12, 14 and 15. This match will not be arranged until the group stage is over.

Group A – Herning

France, Denmark, Montenegro, Slovenia

Group B – Fredrikshamn

Russia, Sweden, Spain, Czech Republic

Group C – Kolding

Netherlands, Hungary, Serbia, Croatia

Group D – Kolding

Romania, Norway, Germany, Poland

This is how the match is played

Thursday, December 3

18.00: Romania – Germany (TV3)

18.15: Russia – Spain (Viaplay)

20.30: Norway – Poland (TV3)

20.30: Sweden – Czech Republic (Viaplay)

Friday, December 4

18.15: Hungary – Croatia (TV3)

18.15: France – Montenegro (Viaplay)

20.30: Netherlands – Serbia (Viaplay)

20.30: Denmark – Slovenia (TV3)

Saturday, December 5

16.00: Pollen – Romania (TV3)

18.15: Czech Republic – Russia (Viaplay)

6:15 pm: Germany – Norway (TV3)

20.30: Spain – Sweden (Viaplay)

Sunday, December 6

16.00: Serbia – Hungary (Viaplay)

18.15: Croatia – Netherlands (Viaplay)

18.15: Slovenia – France (TV3)

20.30: Montenegro – Denmark (TV3)

Monday, December 7th

18.15: Spain – Czech Republic (Viaplay)

18:15: Germany – Poland (TV3)

20.30: Russia – Sweden (Viaplay)

20.30: Romania – Norway (TV3)

Tuesday, December 8th

18.15 Serbia – Croatia (Viaplay)

18.15 Montenegro – Slovenia (TV3)

20.30 Netherlands – Ungarn (TV3)

20.30 France – Denmark (Viaplay)

Friday, December 18th

18.00 Semifinal 1

20.30 Semifinal 2

Sunday, December 20

15.30 Bronze final

18.00 Final




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