The Macedonian national handball team is the national handball team of North Macedonia. The team is run by the Macedonian Handball Federation, the governing body of handball in Macedonia. Prior to joining the International Handball Federation in 1991 as an independent country, Macedonia was represented within the Yugoslavia men's national handball team.
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The North Macedonia national handball team is the national handball team of North Macedonia. The team is run by the Macedonian Handball Federation, the governing body of handball in North Macedonia.
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North Macedonia live score (and video online live stream*), schedule and results from all . Handball tournaments that North Macedonia played.. North Macedonia is playing next match on 13 Jan 2022 against Slovenia in European Championship, Men Group A.
The North Macedonia women's national handball team is the women's national handball team of North Macedonia. It is governed by the Macedonian Handball Federation and takes part in international team handball competitions.
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RK Vardar 1961 (Macedonian: РК Вардар 1961) is a professional handball club from Skopje, North Macedonia. Vardar is the most successful handball team in the country, having won fourteen national League and Cup titles. Also, Vardar is the most successful team in the regional SEHA League having won five titles.
Chile Women’s National Team in Macedonia. In anticipation of the preparations of the women’s handball national team of Chile in Macedonia, as part of the second half of the camp, strong control matches are planned. Today was played the first of the 6 planned matches, with the Macedonian champion and cup winner – WHC Kumanovo.
Macedonia opened its UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying campaign with a 0–1 win away to Estonia on 16 August 2006. Goce Sedloski scored for Macedonia in the 73rd minute, which meant that Macedonia was the first team to score a goal in the Euro 2008 qualifying campaign. Macedonia hosted England on 6 September 2006 in their second game of the qualifiers.