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New attendance record at EHF EURO – 500.000 fans in arenas

The Men’s EHF EURO 2020 is ended with victory of Spanish national team, who defended title from Zagreb 2018.

Some facts about up the 2020 Men’s EHF EURO:

– fastest shot: Filip Taleski (MKD) – 141 km/h

– most passes: Jim Gottfriedsson (SWE) – 1,414 passes

– quickest sprint: Jerry Tollbring (SWE) – 32 km/h

– most minutes: Kristjan Björnsen (NOR) – 7hr 46 mins

– most collective distance: Spain – 280.9km

– 500,000 fans in arenas (record)

– Market share of Croatian matches 75% (peak of 1.6 million during final vs Spain)

– EHF EURO social media channels grow 27%

– Online video views 12 million

– 20,000 vote for All-star Team

– Spain ran further than any other team

– first EHF EURO to feature 24 teams

– first time final had played in a football stadium

– TV: screened by almost 90 broadcasters

– one million fans accessed ehfTV – with almost half of this number watching the action live on the platform

– EHF EURO social media channels grow 25%

– 125,000 downloaded the official EHF EURO app

– first time player and ball tracking implemented, giving real-time statistics on the speed of shots and players, distances travelled and the highest jumps

Mandatory Credit © Sasa Pahic Szabo / kolektiff

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