Handball World Cup 2023: The games of the Germans on TV and stream


Writed by - Andy Gocker
 Handball World Cup 2023: The games of the Germans on TV and stream
The Handball World Championship will take place again until the end of January. © nikolaskus/Shutterstock.com, SpotOn

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The Handball World Championship 2023 in Poland and Sweden starts today, January 11th. Not all games are broadcast on free TV, but those with German participation can be seen on television and also via stream.

Broadcasters and dates for the preliminary round

In the opening game on Wednesday, France meets Poland. The German selection will then start the tournament on January 13th. The German Handball Federation (DHB) team plays against Qatar on Friday. The game can be seen from 6:00 p.m. on ZDF or in the station's media library.

On January 15th there is a match against Serbia in the preliminary round. This game will also be shown from 6:00 p.m., but this time in the Erste and the ARD media library. The third game with German participation in the preliminary round is planned for January 17th. The DHB team will run again from 6:00 p.m. on ZDF and the media center against Algeria.

Main round and finals

Should the team of national coach Alfred Gislason (63) be successful and qualify for the main round, the public broadcaster will also broadcast the other games alternately on TV and via stream.

Germany could then meet the qualifiers from Group F, which includes Argentina, the Netherlands, North Macedonia and Norway, in Katowice, Poland on 19 January, 21 January and 23 January. The times for the throw-off in the respective games of the main round are scheduled for 3:30 p.m., 6:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.

The quarterfinals will follow on January 25th, the semifinals and the matches for places five to eight on January 27th. The final and the game for third place will finally take place on January 29th.

More offers for fans

Eurosport 1 will show up to 15 games of the Handball World Championship 2023 live on free TV without German participation, including the opening game on January 11th. The matches can be seen in the stream via Discovery+. The semi-finals and the final will also be broadcast here should Germany not take part.

The streaming service Sportdeutschland.TV, which shows all 112 games of the World Cup, also offers a pass for a fee of 15 euros. With this, handball fans can stream all games, including those of the DHB selection. Access to individual games is available for four euros each.

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