It's got to the business end of the 2022 European Men's Handball Championship and there are four teams left in the competition at this semi-final stage. The famous four of France, Denmark, Spain and Sweden will fight it out on Friday and Sunday for the crown of the very best handball country in Europe. Read on as we explain how to watch a FREE Handball EURO 2022 live stream - no matter where you are in the world.
It's Spain vs Denmark and France vs Sweden on Friday, January 28 at the Handball EURO 2022 semi-finals at the MVM Dome in Budapest. You can also catch the Iceland vs Norway fifth-place play-off earlier in the day.
Defending champions Spain will be looking to make history with their third EHF EURO title in row and who'd bet against them? The personnel may have changed but their unruffled style remains the same. In their way stands the best offence in the tournament in the shape of Denmark and their 214 points across seven games so far.
Sweden face an equally nervy fixture on the other side of the draw with France only one point shy of Denmark's total on 213. These two high-scoring teams against will need little motivation having both lost out at the same stage, and to the same opposition, last time around.
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How to watch Handball European Championships: live stream FREE of charge
The EHF has made it super easy to tune into the European Handball Championships in most regions by showing live streams of all the EHF EURO 2022 tournament games on FREE EHFTV streaming service.
All you need to do is register with EHFTV and away you go.
EHFTV is completely free to watch. Just head over to the EHFTV website and you can live stream all the games through the browser on your laptop, tablet or mobile phone.
The free EHFTV live stream is not available in Norway, Iceland, Denmark, Sweden, France and Spain where there is other TV coverage but you can watch free on EHFTV in the UK, for example.
NB: If you have any problems logging in, you may need to empty the cache on your browser.
How to watch EHF EURO 2022 from outside your country
EHFTV is easily accessible in many countries around the world. However you may find yourself geo-blocked from EHFTV free live streams when travelling abroad. If you'd like to access EHFTV, or any of your regular home streaming service as normal, then use a good VPN.
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3. Go to the broadcaster's stream - head to your home broadcaster's site or app and watch as if you were at home - so that's EHTV for most places
2022 European Handball Championships TV rights
You can find the 2022 European Handball Championships matches streamed on the following TV services and platforms according to the TV rights listed below.
You can also watch all of the games for FREE on EHTV although geo-blocks for certain regions may apply. Anyone travelling abroad can use a VPN to avoid this and access their regular streaming service as usual. Full details in the VPN section above.
- Austria: ORF
- Albania: Arena Sport
- Belarus: BTRC/via Intermediate
- Bosnia and Herzegovina: Arena Sport
- Bulgaria: A1 Bulgaria
- Croatia: Arena Sport/RTL
- Cyprus: TBC/via Intermediate
- Czech Republic: Czech TV/AMC/via Intermediate
- Denmark (incl. Faroe Islands): TV2 Denmark/via NENT
- Finland: NENT
- France: beIN Sports France, TF1/via beIN Sports France
- Georgia: Silknet
- Germany: ZDF/via SportA, ARD/via SportA, Spotdeutschland.tv/via SportA, Eurosport Germany/via SportA
- Greece: Cosmote/via Intermedaite
- Hungary: MTVA/via Intermediate
- Iceland: RUV
- Israel: Charlton
- Italy: Eleven Sports (Prelimnary Round & Main Round)/via Intermediate, Sky Sport (semi-final & finaly only)/via Intermediate
- Kosovo (non-exclusive): Arena Sport
- Lithuania: LRT
- Montenegro: Arena Sport/RTCG
- Netherlands: Ziggo
- North Macedonia: Arena Sport
- Norway: NENT
- Poland: Eurosport
- Portugal: RTP
- Romania: Look TV/via Intermediate
- Russia: Match TV/via Intermediate
- Serbia: Arena Sport
- Slovakia: AMC/via Intermediate, RTVS/via Intermediate
- Slovenia: Arena Sport/RTVSLO
- Spain: TVE/via Intermediate
- Switzerland: SRG
- Sweden: NENT
- Ukraine: Poverkhnost/Xsport
- ROW: ESPN+ and beIN Sports
EHF EURO 2022 schedule
Friday, January 28
- Iceland vs Norway - 3.30pm CEST / 2.30pm GMT / 9.30am ET / 1.30am AEST
- Spain vs Denmark - 6pm CEST / 5pm GMT / 12pm ET / 4am AEST
- France vs Sweden - 8.30pm CEST / 7.30pm GMT / 2.30pm ET / 6.30am AEST
Sunday, January 30
- Third-place game - 3.30pm CEST / 2.30pm GMT / 9.30am ET / 1.30am AEST
- Final - 6pm CEST / 5pm GMT / 12pm ET / 4am AEST
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Dan is How to Watch Editor at Future. His job is to make sure our readers (and our staff) know how to watch their favourite sports and entertainment online and on TV wherever they go. Dan has worked in tech journalism for over a decade, writing for Tech Digest, Pocket-lint, MSN Tech, Wareable and What Hi-Fi? as well as freelancing for T3, Metro and the Independent. Dan has a keen interest in playing and watching football. He has also written about it for the Observer and FourFourTwo and ghost authored John Toshack's autobiography, Toshack's Way.