Opening match Germany vs. Korea will be played in 2019 World Men's Handball Championship will held at Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin on the 10 January 2019 at 18:15 PM.

The 2019 World Men's Handball Championship will be held in Denmark and Germany from 10 to 27 January 2019 and will be the 26th occasion facilitated by the International Handball Federation (IHF). This will be the first run through for IHF World Men's Handball Championship to incorporate more than one host nation.


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The fundamental round of the Handball World Cup 2019 with German cooperation will occur at the Mercedes-Benz Arena Berlin on 10 January 2019. fans will have the capacity to encounter the opening match featuring the German national group playing against Korean group live from Berlin.


Mulling over that the national group of the Republic of Korea has met all requirements for the World Championship, it will be an incredible chance to demonstrate yet again the extraordinary intensity of game to join individuals. Playing the opening match in a scene like Berlin conveys an enormous emblematic significance as no other city on the planet can all the more likely show the participation, the positive soul and the advantages of a re-joined country.


This competition is held at regular intervals to choose the title holders of ladies' handball. The 1997 World Men's Handball Championship in Kumamoto was a major achievement, with matches held in four fields (Park Dome Kumamoto, Kumamoto City Gymnasium, Yatsushiro City Gymnasium, and Yamaga City Gymnasium) in three urban communities, and more than 200,000 observers came to watch. Outside media additionally came in large numbers, setting another yearly record of around 120,000 remote visitors remaining at lodgings in Kumamoto, a 160% expansion over the earlier year. The competition is relied upon to have a money related effect of around 6.4 billion yen.


The 26th version of the IHF Men's World Championship will happen in Germany and Denmark from 10 to 27 January 2019. The 26th IHF Men's World Championship in Germany/Denmark will see all matches played in scenes with a limit of at least 10,000.


In Germany the challenge will occur over every one of the four points of the compass – in the north, in Hamburg, in the east, in Berlin, in the west, in Cologne and in the far south, in Munich. In Denmark, matches will be played at the Jyske Bank Boxen in Herning and in Copenhagen, at the Royal Arena.


The Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin has a limit of 14,800 and will include joint hosts Germany playing all their Preliminary Round matches there, close by their other Group A rivals. In Munich, the 12,000-limit Olympiahalle will include matches from Preliminary Group B with either France, or Croatia (whenever qualified) playing.


The 19,250-limit home of the VELUX EHF FINAL4 – the LANXESS Arena in Cologne, will have Main Round – Group 1 and President's Cup amusements for groups positioned fourth after the Preliminary Round (Places 13-16) . Like the 2017 IHF Women's World Championship in Germany a month ago, the Barclaycard Arena in Hamburg will have up to 13,000 individuals for the semi-finals.


Co-have Denmark will likewise observe its capital utilized for the feature of worldwide men's handball as the new Royal Arena in Copenhagen invites Preliminary Round Group D and President's Cup groups (Places 17-24). 13,700 fans will invite Sweden or Norway at the field on the off chance that they qualify.


The well-known Jyske Bank Boxen in Herning, amidst Denmark will have Preliminary Round Group C, Main Round Group II and the bronze award and gold decoration matches. Effectively qualified Denmark will play their matches at the 15,000-limit field aside from their first match, which will be played at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen. As no Oceania group positioned fifth or higher at the 2018 Asian Men's Championship, a special case for this spot was granted by the IHF Council to the national group of Japan.