Szabina Tápai is the host of the Beach Handball World Championship
07 july 2016
- Handball is my life since my childhood, I love the summer version of it as well. I was very happy when beach handball became a sport. I remember there was a summer when we took part in a beach handball tournament in Velence with my teammates from Fehérvár – said Szabina Tápai. – Seeing our national football team’s excellent performance at UEFA EURO 2016, supported by thousands of hungarian fans in France, I wish to our teams the same incredible atmosphere for the World Championship. For many years Hungary succeds to get top result in beach handball on junior and on senior level as well, therefore I think on home field we can reach the top by winning the gold medal. Let's go, Hungary!
- Szabina is a perfect choice for the host position of the World Championship. She is very well known from the traditional way of handball, a great athlete and can easily identify with the lifestyle what beach handball is all about – said by András Novák, secretary general of Hungarian Handball Federation. – With my colleagues we are working hard to organise a great tournament and looking forward to welcome the best of beach handball at Palatinus beach. The World Championship will be a real summer celebration of this sport, hopefuly with Hungarian success. We welcome everybody at Margaret Island.
Ticket sales have begun for the VII IHF WORLD BEACH HANDBALL CHAMPIONSHIP. The event will be held between the 12th and 17th of July in the heart of Budapest, the Margaret Island where 24 teams will compete for the title in a brand new arena.
Tickets can be purchased through the web shop of the Hungarian Handball Federation, just click on the following link:
Daily tickets are for 790 HUF, while weekly passes can be bought for 2990 HUF. The ones who have valid tickets for Palatinus beach for that day can visit the event for free. Registered handball players can buy their weekly pass for 1480 HUF; children less than 14 years old can enter for free, after registration, max. 100 persons/day.