Men's EHF EURO 2012
The Men's EHF EURO 2012 took place in Serbia, the first time the country in Europe's south-east hosted the EHF's flagship national team event. The event's host cities were Belgrade, Nis, Vrsac and Novi Sad.
After two weeks of top-class handball, Denmark topped the podium of a Men's EHF EURO event for the second time, beating hosts Serbia 21:19. Denmark's first success had come in 2008 when they won the EHF EURO in Norway. Croatia won bronze with 31:27 win against Spain in the match for third place.
In total, more than 300,000 spectators had been at the 47 matches of the EHF EURO in Serbia – a new all time record for European Championships, including each 20,000 fans in Belgrade on the final and semi-final day.
|1. Denmark||5. FYR Macedonia||9. Poland||13. Norway|
|2. Serbia||6. Slovenia||10. Iceland||14. Czech Republic|
|3. Croatia||7. Germany||11. France||15. Russia|
|4. Spain||8. Hungary||12. Sweden||16. Slovakia|
Goalkeeper: Darko Stanic (Serbia)
Left wing: Gudjon Valur Sigurdsson (Iceland)
Left back: Mikkel Hansen (Denmark)
Centre back: Uros Zorman (Slovenia)
Line player: Rene Toft Hansen (Denmark)
Right back: Marko Kopljar (Croatia)
Right wing: Christian Sprenger (Germany)
Top Scorer - Kiril Lazarocv (FYR Macedonia/61 goals)
Best Defender: Virán Morros (Spain)
Most Valuable Player: Momir Ilic (Serbia)
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