Norway wins the 9th European title by defeating Denmark 27-25 at the Women’s EHF EURO 2022 final in Lubjiana, the first final against each other since they faced in four of the first six trophy matches in the event. This final is a rematch of several early finals in the history of the championship. Norway have contested every EHF EURO final since 1996 (except for 2000 and 2018), and Denmark were back in the trophy game for the first time since 2004, when they lost to Norway (25:27). On the other hand, Norway had lost the first final they played (1996) to Denmark and won their first title by beating Denmark in the next edition. Denmark won three of the first five titles in the competition, in 1994, 1996 and 2002. Norway and Denmark are the only countries to have won multiple titles at the Women’s EHF EURO. Denmark also beat Norway 31:29 in the last main round game to secure top of group I: it was Denmark’s first win over Norway since the EHF EURO 2012. The teams have now played each other in 27 official matches, with 18 wins for Norway and 9 for Denmark; at the EURO, Norway have won ten times and Denmark five. Read more on