The Handball World Cup takes place in Poland-Sweden between Wednesday, January 11 and Sunday, January 29 and has the participation of the Argentine National Team. In turn, we must bear in mind that it can be seen live.
Handball World Cup, LIVE: which channel passes it on TV
The Handball World Cup 2023
Channels 22 (SD) and 101 of Cablevisión Digital (HD)
DirecTV channels 629 (SD) and 1629 (HD)
Telecentro channels 106 (SD) and 1016 (HD)
Watch the Handball World Cup LIVE ONLINE
In turn, online can be seen through TyC Sports Play. For that, you must access play.tycsports.com and that way you can live the Handball World Cup LIVE. If you haven’t already, you should register for free in simple steps and then settle your cable operator’s account. Very easy!
Good afternoon, everyone! Today we have a new Hispanic Day! Today the semifinals of the World Cup are played! Spain comes to the match after an exciting match against Norway. Ours, who in the absence of a second lost to the selection of Jonas Wille, forced extra time with a goal in the last second of Dani Dujshebaev. After two overtime, the Hispanics defeated Norway 34-35 and reached the semifinals. The rival, Denmark is showing itself as powerful as ever and won without problems to Hungary in the quarterfinals (40-23).
The Hispanics will fight again to play a new final in what will be the eighth World Cup semifinal that Spain disputes. After a perfect ‘Preliminary Round’, Jordi Ribera’s team was second in group I of ‘Main Round’ after falling to France on the last day.
After the historic match against Norway, Jordi Ribera attended the media to praise his team and warn about the danger of Denmark: “We have worked very well and we have competed from day one. In our minds is to beat Denmark. We know it will be difficult, but we already beat them at last year’s European Championships.”
On the rival side, Denmark is showing all its power during this World Cup. Nikolaj Jacobsen’s team proved intractable in the ‘Preliminary Round’ with a full of victories to, later, give up only one point against Croatia in the ‘Main Round’. In the quarterfinals, Hungary was no rival.
The history of clashes between both teams offers slightly unfavorable data for Spain. In 48 duels played, ours have won 21 times, by 24 of Denmark and 3 draws. For the memory, the final of the 2013 World Cup, where the Hispanics beat Denmark 35-19. The last duel, last October in the EFH EURO Cup, with Danish victory (39-31).