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11/01/2014

The European Championship a worldwide event

Blog: Where and how to follow the Men's EHF EURO 2014

The EHF EURO 2014 might take place in Denmark, however, through the event website and its social media channels you can be sure that you will not miss a single minute, no matter where you are in the world. 

Your first stop is www.ehf-euro.com and when you are reading this blog entry, you can be sure that you have already reached the right spot. ehf-euro.com, also being mobile responsive, is the hub for all information related to the championship.

No matter what you are looking for, you find it here: starting from the schedule and results, to a live ticker with stats galore for all you handball aficionados out there and, of course, news, news, news.

With editorial teams at each venue we offer you the best all-around view of the EHF EURO with previews, reviews and many more stories surrounding the event.

A social media event

You are constantly on Facebook, Twitter and Co., having said good-bye to the so-called traditional media a long time ago?

Well, we are there as well, so take a moment to follow and like our pages. Look for EHF EURO on Facebook and for the @EHFEURO handle on Twitter and you will find us, plus loads of exciting social media content, instantly. And if you like pictures and just pictures, we are on Instagram as well.

Furthermore, at some point, you might find yourself on ehf-euro.com. With our new live blog we will not only be giving you up-to-the-minute updates of what's happening, but we will also be following what you are posting and tweeting about the EHF EURO and show it again on our live blog.

Of course, we haven't forgotten that all this content is nothing without the matches. We give you all of them, live or on-demand and yes, whether you believe or it not, in colour.

If you want to watch them live, you can just stay on ehf-euro.com as matches will be broadcast there. For some reason you missed your favourite team's match?

Don't worry about it, on our Youtube-Channel (youtube.com/ehfeuro), you will find them available on demand (geo-blocking might apply in certain regions, check our channel description for more details).   

Also on Youtube are all the great clips with the tournament's most prominent players that our video team produces during the championship.

And if you prefer the bigger screen for following, we tell you that the EHF EURO 2014 is televised in no less than 175 countries.

You can see, chances are quite high that your place of residence is among these. And if not, well, you will know it by now, just go to ehf-euro.com.

Last but not least, we have launched an app to offer you the best moments of the championship on the go.

This is the first app for an EHF EURO event and will provide fans with a number of great features to enjoy, including the latest news, video highlights, photo galleries, information about the teams and venues, social media interaction.

Download the app via iTunes and Google Play right now and begin discovering all of the features available.

written by Thomas Schöneich, editor-in-chief