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About Handball

Handball is a team sport in which, using their hands, two teams of seven players each pass a ball in order to throw it into the other team’s target. Two periods of 30 minutes are a standard match, and the team who scores more goals wins. At the time of the London Olympics, the games played in Australia involved 7 vs. 7 teams, but were quite similar to handball with 9 players on each team.

The origins of handball can be traced back to medieval times but it was in 1906 that the rules of modern handball were first created in Denmark. The game is hugely popular in Northern and Eastern Europe but is played around the world.

The governing body of the game is the International Handball Federation, who also organise the World Championships. It is believed that there are around 19 million handball players in the world today.

Handball is traditionally played indoors but there have been variations such as field handball and beach handball (sometimes referred to as sandball) that have been played outdoors.

Handball is one of the most popular team sports in much of Europe, particularly Germany, France, Spain, the Nordic countries and the countries of former Yugoslavia.

In handball it is not allowed to Take more than 3 steps without doing a dribble. Do a “Double dribble” (Doing a new dribble after already dribbling once and then holding the ball in their hands) Touch the ball with the foot or the lower part of the leg. Have the ball dropped or touched by a hand. Have the ball left the hands. Do a behind or go behind the back. Kick the ball or try to kick the ball with your hand or foot. Put the ball under the leg (without using hands).

What are the Rules of Handball?

A match consists of two periods of 30 minutes each.

Each team consists of 7 players; a goalkeeper and 6 outfield players.

Outfield players can touch the ball with any part of their body that is above the knee.

Once a player receives possession, they can pass, hold possession or shoot.

If a player holds possession, they can dribble or take three steps for up to three seconds without dribbling.

Only the goalkeeper is allowed to come into contact with the floor of the goal area.

Goalkeepers are allowed out of the goal area but must not retain possession if they are outside the goal area.

Date of last update: 7. May, 2021