Men's EHF EURO 2012

The Men's EHF EURO 2012 took place in Serbia, the first time the country in Europe's south-east hosted the EHF's flagship national team event. The event's host cities were Belgrade, Nis, Vrsac and Novi Sad.

After two weeks of top-class handball, Denmark topped the podium of a Men's EHF EURO event for the second time, beating hosts Serbia 21:19. Denmark's first success had come in 2008 when they won the EHF EURO in Norway. Croatia won bronze with 31:27 win against Spain in the match for third place.

In total, more than 300,000 spectators had been at the 47 matches of the EHF EURO in Serbia – a new all time record for European Championships, including each 20,000 fans in Belgrade on the final and semi-final day.

Final Ranking

1. Denmark 5. FYR Macedonia 9. Poland 13. Norway
2. Serbia 6. Slovenia 10. Iceland 14. Czech Republic
3. Croatia 7. Germany 11. France 15. Russia
4. Spain 8. Hungary 12. Sweden 16. Slovakia

All-star Team

Goalkeeper: Darko Stanic (Serbia)
Left wing: Gudjon Valur Sigurdsson (Iceland)
Left back: Mikkel Hansen (Denmark)
Centre back: Uros Zorman (Slovenia)
Line player: Rene Toft Hansen (Denmark)
Right back: Marko Kopljar (Croatia)
Right wing: Christian Sprenger (Germany)

Top Scorer - Kiril Lazarocv (FYR Macedonia/61 goals)
Best Defender: Virán Morros (Spain)
Most Valuable Player: Momir Ilic (Serbia)

Find a full tournament summary including all match results here.

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