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The 2009 World Men's Handball Championship (21st tournament) took place in Croatiamarker from 16 January–1 February, in the cities of Splitmarker, Zadarmarker, Osijekmarker, Varaždinmarker, Porečmarker, Zagrebmarker and Pulamarker. Croatia was selected from a group of four potential hosts which included the Czech Republicmarker, Greecemarker and Romaniamarker.

Opening game and ceremony was held in Split, and the final game was played in Zagreb. France won the tournament after defeating Croatia in final. Poland took third place after a win over Denmark. Tickets for the tournament went on sale starting from November 15 to 20. For the finals, ticket prices begun at 700 kuna (c. €95). To promote the tournament, the Croatian National Tourist Board launched a series of presentations in the capitals of 13 participating countries.

During the championship internal criticism arose against Hassan Moustafa, President of the IHF. The secretary general of the IHF, Peter Mühlematter, criticized Moustafa and asked for his demission. Moustafa asked to exclude Mühlematter after his criticism.

Venues

Seven Croatian cities have been selected as hosts for the 2009 Championship: Splitmarker, Zadarmarker, Osijekmarker, Varaždinmarker, Porečmarker, Zagrebmarker and Pulamarker.

The sites included the new Spaladium Arenamarker in Split and Arena Zagrebmarker, where the final took place.

Zagreb Varaždin Osijek
Arena Zagrebmarker
Capacity: 15,024
Varaždin Arenamarker
Capacity: 5,200
Gradski vrt Hallmarker
Capacity: 3,538
Poreč

Žatika Sport Centremarker
Capacity: 3,500
Pula
Mate Parlov Sport Centre
Capacity: 2,132
Zadar Split
Krešimir Ćosić Hallmarker
Capacity: 8,600
Spaladium Arenamarker
Capacity: 10,941


Qualification

Qualified nations
Qualification occurred through the previous years' continental championships or qualifying tournaments:

European qualifiers play-off

Team 1 Result Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Slovenia 62–63 Slovakia 33–33 29–30
Spain 63–56 Greece 32–24 31–32
Norway 61–52 Ukraine 29–22 32–30
Belarus 56–60 Russia 26–26 30–34
Montenegro 55–56 Romania 31–27 24–29
Czech Republic 62–62 Serbia 38–33 24–29
Poland 54–48 Switzerland 32–24 22–24
Hungary 54–49 Bosnia-Herzegovina 27–25 27–24
Macedonia 58–56 Iceland 34–26 24–30


Seeding

The draw for the groups of the preliminary round was held on 21 June 2008, in Zagreb. The draw took place on Zagreb's central Ban Jelačić Square and was hosted by Filip Brkić and Kristina Krepela.

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4 Pot 5 Pot 6

  • (5th from Europe)

  • (Euro playoff)

  • (Euro playoff)

  • (Euro playoff)

  • (Euro playoff)

  • (Euro playoff)

  • (euro playoff)

  • (champion of Africa)

  • (Euro playoff)

  • (Euro playoff)

  • (champions of Asia)

  • (champions of America)

  • (Euro playoff)

  • (2nd from Africa)

  • (2nd from Asia)

  • (2nd from America)

  • (Oceania qualifiers)

  • (3rd from Africa)

  • (3rd from Asia)

  • (3rd from America)


Preliminary Round

In the following tables:
  • Pld = total games played
  • W = total games won
  • D = total games drawn (tied)
  • L = total games lost
  • GF = total goals scored (goals for)
  • GA = total goals conceded (goals against)
  • GD = goal difference (GF−GA)
  • Pts = total points accumulated


The teams placed first, second and third (shaded in green) qualified to the main round.

Group A (Osijekmarker)

Team Pld W D L GF GA GDIF Points
5 5 0 0 168 106 +62 10
5 3 1 1 152 119 +33 7
5 3 1 1 148 115 +33 7
5 2 0 3 141 135 +6 4
5 1 0 4 133 137 –4 2
5 0 0 5 76 206 –130 0
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Group B (Splitmarker)

Team Pld W D L GF GA GDIF Points
5 5 0 0 170 115 +55 10
5 4 0 1 162 118 +44 8
5 3 0 2 140 126 +14 6
5 2 0 3 167 127 +40 4
5 1 0 4 106 181 –75 2
5 0 0 5 99 177 –78 0
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Group C (Varaždinmarker)

Team Pld W D L GF GA GDIF Points
5 4 1 0 147 116 +31 9
5 3 0 2 145 136 +9 6
5 3 0 2 146 131 +15 6
5 2 1 2 143 145 –2 5
5 2 0 3 143 142 +1 4
5 0 0 5 114 168 –54 0
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Group D (Porečmarker)

Team Pld W D L GF GA GDIF Points
5 5 0 0 167 121 +46 10
5 3 0 2 161 146 +15 6
5 3 0 2 162 123 +39 6
5 2 0 3 110 126 –16 4
5 2 0 3 128 158 –30 4
5 0 0 5 107 161 –54 0
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Main Round

     Team advanced to the Semifinals
     Team will play Placement Matches

Group I (Zagrebmarker)

Team Pld W D L GF GA GDIF Points
5 5 0 0 137 118 +19 10
5 4 0 1 139 112 +27 8
5 2 1 2 127 135 –8 5
5 2 0 3 135 140 –5 4
5 1 1 3 124 137 –13 3
5 0 0 5 119 139 –20 0
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Group II (Zadarmarker)

Team Pld W D L GF GA GDIF Points
5 4 0 1 156 145 +11 8
5 3 0 2 150 141 +9 6
5 2 1 2 147 133 +14 5
5 2 1 2 153 161 –8 5
5 2 0 3 138 141 –3 4
5 1 0 4 132 155 –23 2
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Final Round (Splitmarker/Zagrebmarker)

Finals

Final, France vs. Croatia, 22:19, 28:11 min, Arena Zagreb


Semifinals




Bronze Match

Final

Placement Matches (5–12th Place)

11th/12th

9th/10th

7th/8th

5th/6th

President's Cup

Group I (Pulamarker)

Team Pld W D L GF GA GDIF Points
5 5 0 0 205 98 +107 10
5 4 0 1 175 141 +34 8
5 3 0 2 137 125 +12 6
5 2 0 3 124 154 –30 4
5 1 0 4 119 157 –38 2
5 0 0 5 87 172 –85 0
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Group II (Porečmarker)

Team Pld W D L GF GA GDIF Points
5 4 0 1 135 125 +10 8
5 4 0 1 151 127 +24 8
5 3 0 2 159 146 +13 6
5 3 0 2 140 142 –2 6
5 1 0 4 131 137 –6 2
5 0 0 5 105 144 –39 0
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Placement Matches (13-24th Place)

23rd/24th

21st/22nd

19th/20th

17th/18th

15th/16th

13th/14th

Ranking and Statistics

Final Ranking

4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24


2009 Men's World Champions
France
Third Title



Team Roster
Jérôme Fernandez, Didier Dinart, Guillaume Gille, Daniel Narcisse, Guillaume Joli, Daouda Karaboué, Nikola Karabatić, Christophe Kempe, Franck Junillon, Thierry Omeyer, Joël Abati, Luc Abalo, Cedric Sorhaindo, Michaël Guigou, Sebastien Bosquet and Sebastien Ostertag.
Head Coach: Claude Onesta.


All Star Team

  • Goalkeeper:
  • Left wing:
  • Left back:
  • Pivot:
  • Centre back:
  • Right back:
  • Right wing:
Chosen by team officials and IHF experts: IHF.info

Other awards



 

Top Goalkeepers

Rank Name Team % Saves Shots
1 Per Sandström 44% 52 118
2 Nándor Fazekas 41% 79 195
Daouda Karaboué 41 99
Richard Štochl 110 266
5 Mohamed Nakib Bakir 39% 62 157
Jose Manuel Sierra 54 139
7 Steinar Ege 38% 95 249
Andreas Palicka 44 116
9 Thierry Omeyer 37% 91 244
Johan Sjöstrand 56 150
Source: ihf.info


Top Goalscorers

Rank Name Team Goals Shots %
1 Kiril Lazarov 92 167 55%
2 Ivan Čupić 66 81 81%
3 Felipe Borges Ribeiro 61 87 70%
4 Valentin Marian Ghionea 58 87 67%
Tomasz Tłuczyński 73 79%
6 Bandar Al-Harbi 55 100 55%
7 Kristian Kjelling 54 102 53%
8 Michaël Guigou 52 66 79%
Momir Ilić 100 52%
10 Hussein Hussein 50 50 64%
Source: ihf.info

Match officials

 
Referees (cont.)
Constantin Din
Sorin-Laurenţiu Dinu
Zoran Stanojević
Slobodan Višekruna
Nenad Krstič
Peter Ljubič
Withdrawn due to injury
Rickard Canbro
Mikael Claesson


On 12 October 2008, the match officials for the tournament were confirmed. But due to injury, the Swedish referee team Rickard Canbro and Mikael Claesson had to withdraw from the championship, and was replaced by Danish duo Per Olesen and Lars Ejby Pedersen.

Referees
Andrei Gousko
Siarhei Repkin
Jesús Nílson Aires
Rogério Aparecido
Matija Gubica
Boris Milošević
Jiří Opava
Pavěl Valek
Martin Gjeding
Mads Hansen
Per Olesen
Lars Ejby Pedersen
Moustafa El-Moamli
Mohamed Shaaban
Nordine Lazaar
Laurent Reveret
Frank Lemme
Bernd Ullrich
Mohsen Karbaschi
Majid Kolahdouzan
Mindaugas Gatelis
Vaidas Mažeika
Mirosław Baum
Marek Góralczyk
Cacodor
Nicolau


IHF Broadcasting rights



High Definition


References

  1. Ulaznica za finale Svjetskog prvenstva 700 kuna
  2. Krenule rukometno-turističke prezentacije
  3. Kritiker vor dem Ausschluss IHF-Generalsekretär ist im Verband isoliert
  4. Moustafa soll gehen
  5. Mühlematter legt Moustafa Rücktritt nahe
  6. Mühlematter fordert Moustafas Rücktritt
  7. Handball Doping: "Da wird ohne Ende gelogen"
  8. Izvlačenje skupina na Trgu bana Jelačića
  9. Runners-up Croatia and 4th-placed Germany had already secured their places at the World Championship before the European Championship.
  10. My name is Ruksi croatia2009.com
  11. Imenovani suci za rukometno SP Sportnet.hr
  12. 2009 Men's World Championship in Croatia: Updated List of Referees ihf.info


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