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La FFHandball organise, en amont de l’EHFEuro2018 féminin, son deuxième congrès médical international ! EHFEuro2018 : Réservez vos places ! EHFEURO2018 : PARTICIPEZ AU CHALLENGE CLUBS De nombreuses dotations «Handballissime» sont à gagner pour récompenser les structures ayant mobilisé le plus de supporters. U20-F — Et si elles imitaient leurs aînées ? Pour rester informé, abonnez-vous à notre newsletter Sélectionnez les newsletters auxquelles vous souhaitez être abonné. First played Late 19th century in Denmark.
Invented by Nicolaj Ernst in 1897 in Nyborg. Demonstrated at the 1952 Summer Olympics. Returned to the Summer Olympic programme since 1972. The game was codified at the end of the 19th century in Denmark. The modern set of rules was published in 1917 in Germany, and had several revisions since. The first international games were played under these rules for men in 1925 and for women in 1930. The International Handball Federation was formed in 1946 and, as of 2016, has 197 member federations.
There is evidence of ancient Roman women playing a version of handball called expulsim ludere. There are records of handball-like games in medieval France, and among the Inuit in Greenland, in the Middle Ages. The team handball game of today was codified at the end of the 19th century in northern Europe—primarily in Denmark, Germany, Norway and Sweden. In 1926, the Congress of the International Amateur Athletics Federation nominated a committee to draw up international rules for field handball. The International Amateur Handball Federation was formed in 1928 and later the International Handball Federation was formed in 1946.
Men’s field handball was played at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin. During the next several decades, indoor handball flourished and evolved in the Scandinavian countries. The sport re-emerged onto the world stage as team handball for the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich. Since the 1995 world championship in Iceland, the competition has been held every two years.
The women’s world championship has been held since 1957. The IHF also organizes women’s and men’s junior world championships. The rules are laid out in the IHF’s set of rules. After receiving the ball, players can pass, keep possession, or shoot the ball.