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2023-11-12 | 05:15 pm
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 Magdeburg defeats Berlin to be crowned Champion of 2023 Super Globe

Dammam - Media Center

Dr. Hassan Moustafa, President of the International Handball Federation, and Mr. Fadel bin Ali Al-Nemr, President of the Saudi Handball Federation, today crowned theMagdeburg with the title of the 16th “Super Globe 2023”, which the Kingdom hosted for the fourth time.

Magdeburg was able to win the title for the third time in a row after winning the final match over the other German team Fuchse Berlin with a score of (34-32).

After the end of the match, the captain of Magdeburg received the championship and gold medals, while Berlin won the silver medals, and Barcelona won the bronze medals and third place after defeating Poland's Kielce, 33-30, who finished in fourth place.

The “host” team Al-Khaleej achieved sixth place in the tournament after losing to Al-Ahly, which came in fifth place. 

In the rest of the matches, Kuwait SC was able to achieve seventh place after defeating the Al-Najma, which came in eighth place with a score of (29-24), while Al-Noor team achieved ninth place after defeating the CalHeat with a score of (29-24). San Fernando ranked eleventh after defeating its Queensland, which achieved twelfth place with a score of (39-28).


The World Club Handball Championship "Super Globe" was launched in 1997 when it was hosted by "FINA", and the tournament was held in 13 editions, in which the champion teams from the seven continents participate.

In 2018, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia won the rights to host the tournament for the first time in its history and for a period of 4 consecutive years, as it hosted an exceptional version in 2019 in Dammam with the participation of 10 clubs for the first time in the history of the Super Globe tournaments, and Barcelona won its title for the third time in a row and the fifth in the history of Participation of the Spanish club in the tournament

The city of Dammam will host the tournament from 18-23 October 2022, with the participation of two teams from Saudi Arabia, “Mudhar” and “Khaleej”, alongside the champions in the seven continents, as usual.

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