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Group BThe second group in the tournament, just like the first, may be considered the strongest in the tournament. Spain looms over it as the reigning European champion and the top seeded team, while the frequent semifinalist and second-seeded Croats will likely contest them for the top spot in the group. The teams have long traded blows, their six competitive meetings since 2012 breaking even with three wins each.
The middle of the bracket contains another pair well acquainted with each other, the third and fourth seeded Macedonians and Icelanders. Their competitive record against each other in five matches since 2013 contains one draw as well as three wins for the Nordic nation and one for the Balkan, giving the lower seed a historical advantage.
The fifth and sixth seeds in the group will feature the second-place Bahrainis from the 2018 Asian Championship as well as the 2020 Olympic host Japan, who will both be eager to make their mark in such an intimidating group.
While currently known as one of the giants of handball, their road to greatness had humble beginnings. From the establishment of the Royal Spanish Handball Federation in 1941 and throughout the next three decades, the Spanish only participated in two tournaments. Their debut came in the 1958 World Championship, where they placed 12th out of 16 participants after failing to advance from the preliminaries, and the 1972 Olympics where they lost all matches and placed next-to-last. As the 1980s began, the sleeping giant began to wake from its slumber. They gradually began placing higher as the decade went by, until their breakthrough finally came in 1996.
A win over France saw them place third at the Atlanta Olympics, and by the end of the 20th century, they had won two European silvers and a bronze, a fourth place result in the World Championship, and an additional Olympic bronze. From then on, Spain never looked back. The following 20 years saw Spain win two World Championships, the latter in 2013 coming after an unbelievable 35-19 slaughter of Denmark, and one European title. The latter they still hold in their crown after their 2018 triumph over Sweden, so they can certainly be counted among the favorites in the coming competition.
As the reigning European champions, the Spaniards qualified directly to the competition.
The Spanish squad, often known in the past for playing almost exclusively in their home country, is now solidly international. Seven play in their native Spain, while six play in France and four in Polish Vive Kielce, under former Spanish manager and star player Talant Dujshebaev.
The squad's age distribution leans somewhat far on the older side. With an average age of 29, the team will feature veteran stars including Arpad Šterbik, Raúl Entrerríos and Julen Aguinagalde. Younger talent is not missing, however, as the Dujshebaev brothers Alex and Daniel, aged 26 and 21 respectively, will be present to energize their elders. One must still question, however, how well Spain will weather it's looming generational shift.
Even though the history of handball in Croatia goes back much further into the past within Yugoslavia and even the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Croatia's story as an independent state in the world of international handball properly begins after Yugoslavia's breakup and their subsequent acceptance into the IHF in 1992. The chaos of early 90s meant Croatia couldn't participate in tournaments initially, but when their time came to compete, they certainly didn't disappoint. Their very first tournament, the 1994 Euro, saw them win the bronze. They topped that result by placing second in the 1995 World Chamionship, and their first Olympic games in 1996, they topped themselves again and won the whole thing. From the ashes of Yugoslavia, a phoenix had risen.
Their success continued (with some interruptions) up until 2004, at which point they'd added another Olympic AND World Championship gold to their tally. But then a different era took over. Between 2004 and 2016, the Croats managed an amazing seven consecutive European semifinal placements without winning a single gold. Their Olympic performances were similarly frustrating, their next three Olympics after 2004 seeing them place 4th, 3rd, and 5th. The World Championship was no exception, their best performances since their 2003 triumph consisting of two silvers, a bronze, and one fourth place finish. The big question for the Croats this January will be; can they finally break this deadlock?
Having walked past the preliminary round of the 2018 Euro, to qualify, Croatia only needed to win a two-legged playoff against their lower seeded neighbors in Montenegro. The Croats rose to the occasion, handily defeating their fellow Balkan nation by 13 goals at home. Their return leg in Podgorica saw the Montenegrins bite back, managing an impressive single-goal win, but the end result was never in doubt. Croatia qualified.
Never known for being afraid to drop veterans, the Croats have significantly changed things from their 2018 Euro squad. Gone are mainstays of their team over the previous decade such as Vori, Alilović, Kopljar, and Ćupić, but other firmly established players still remain in the team. The Kiel star Domagoj Duvnjak will in all likelihood stay as their preferred center back, while Manuel Štrlek and Zlatko Horvat will continue to guard their respective wings.
As with Croatia, the modern history of Macedonia's nation handball starts in the 1990s after the breakup of Yugoslavia. The Macedonians were admitted into the IHF in 1993, but they were not able to debut until the 1998 Euro, where they finished last. Aside from a similarly ill-fated appearance in the 1999 World Championship, the team failed to qualify until bursting onto the scene in their famous 2009 appearance, knocking out the soon-to-be Olympic silver medalist Iceland in the playoff leading up to the tournament.
From that point onwards, the team has cemented itself as a consistent tournament participant. While they have yet to qualify for an Olympic tournament, they have missed only a Euro and a World Championship each since 2009. Their highest placement at a World Championship so far being 9th in Qatar, they will be hungry for a top-eight finish.
Finishing top of their group in the preliminary round of the 2018 Euro, the Macedonians did enough to secure the top seed in the European playoff tournament for the World Championship. They proved to be more than a match for the Romanians drawn against them, finishing them off confidently in Skopje 32-24. With such a buffer going into the away leg, it did not matter that the Romanians pulled off a 26-25 win in Cluj-Napoca. The Macedonians could breathe easy knowing they'd qualified for their fourth consecutive World Championship.
The Macedonians will feature a rather heavily changed squad from the 2018 Euro. Their 20-player squad (yet to be reduced to 17), contains no less than eight players with no (or only very recent) international experience, most youngsters from their native league. The team will still retain several established players, including goalkeeper Ristovski, Manaskov on the left wing, and of course their captain and legendary record-hoarding right back Kiril Lazarov. Still, how they will fill the glaring hole of injured center back veteran Mirkulovski remains to be seen.
Due to it's close ties to Denmark, Iceland has a longer handball history than most. But despite being introduced early on in 1921, the sport was initially held back by lacking infrastructure until a national league was finally established in 1939. A national team was cobbled together for a trio of show-matches in 1950, but otherwise didn't play until the Icelandic Handball Federation was founded in 1957.
For most of the time since, Iceland has been a somewhat peripheral figure on the international tournament scene, but have never quite been pushovers. Having participated in 20/25 World Championships, 10/13 Euros, and 7/13 Olympic games, Iceland has managed to be a fairly consistent presence, even though success was always limited... UNTIL recently.
Iceland saw a fourth place finish in both the 1992 Olympics and the 2002 Euro, their first semifinal podiums, but the best was yet to come. The golden age of the team came when they clinched their unbelievable 2008 Olympic silver as well as the 2010 Euro bronze, and ended with their "disappointing" fifth place at the 2012 Olympics. As that generation retired, a rocky generational shift ensued, which many consider to still be ongoing.
Despite failing to advance from the preliminary stage at the 2018 Euro, Iceland's 13th place finish turned out to be just enough to be seeded in pot 1 in the playoff qualification. Iceland's luck seemed to continue when they were pitted against Lithuania, though their Baltic challenger put up a stronger resistance than expected. The Lithuanians held Iceland to a 27-27 draw in Vilnius, while the Reykjavík fixture ended 34-31 in favor of the home team. Iceland qualified, but by no means convincingly.
Iceland's squad, with an average age just under 26, is a decent mix of experience and talent, if leaning a bit much on the latter. It overwhelmingly features player from Germanic leagues, with only five relative newbies playing at home.
Having long relied on rotating defensive specialists for offensive pivots, the 22 year old Arnar Freyr Arnarson is an overdue talent who can play both roles. Already being the most experienced of all three line players, he is expected to play a key role for the team. Another notable youngster is the 21 year old right back Ómar Ingi Magnússon, who has been a linchpin for Aalborg in the Danish league. He can be expected to share his position with Rúnar Kárason.
On the experienced side, two players stand out. First, Guðjón Valur Sigurðsson, Iceland's eternal left wing, will be participating in his 22nd international tournament. Even at 39 years old, he is the tenth top scorer in the Bundesliga, so his tally of 1816 international goals - the highest in the history of the sport - will get the chance to peak even higher. Second is the 28 year old Barcelona man Aron Pálmarsson, the one usually considered "the star" of the team. Whether this versatile player will feature in the left back position or the center, his form will undoubtedly play a large part in deciding the fate of his team.
The manager of the team, Guðmundur Guðmundsson, is on his third stint with the team. Whether as a player or a coach, he has presided over all four semifinal berths Iceland has achieved in its history. Can his streak continue?
Handball began in Bahrain with the establishment of the Bahraini Handball Federation in 1974. Their bronze finish in the 1995 Asian Championship aside, the success of the nation is almost entirely recent. In the last five Asian Championships, Bahrain has finished second in four, all but monopolizing the silver. This continental success has thrice delivered qualification for the World Championship, though their planned 2015 appearance ended up being withdrawn. Their two remaining appearances in 2011 and 2017 both tie as Bahrain's best ever result, that being the 23rd place after defeating Australia and Angola respectively in the President's Cup placement tournament.
Having placed second in the Asian Championship, Bahrain was one of four Asian teams to qualify directly.
Though exclusively recruited from their native league, the Bahraini squad is relatively experienced at the international level, with an average of 48 caps per player.
Handball had a presence in Japan as early as the 1930s, their national federation having been established in 1938. No nation-wide league was created until 1976, but their national team at that point was already well established. Participating in every World Championship between 1961 and 1982, their presence has long been felt though results always stayed inside the bottom half of placement tables. They shared dominance with the South Koreans in the Asian Championship up until the 1990s, landing them several Olympic appearances until the middle eastern nations began catching up.
Recent history has seen them reach the World Championships semi-consistently as they struggled to perform in the Asian Championship. Of all their appearances, Japan has only once advanced from the preliminary round, as hosts in 1997, where their wins over Algeria and Saudi Arabia saw them through to the knockout round, where they almost pulled off an amazing upset against France in a 22-21 loss. The prospect of hosting another tournament, the 2020 Olympics in Japan, has prompted them to hire former manager of Germany, Dagur Sigurðsson, to lead a team-building effort in which this tournament will undoubtedly play a key role.
After losing 21-29 to Bahrain in the Asian Championship, Japan failed to reach the semifinal of the tournament and thus did not qualify normally to the World Championship. However, a decision by the IHF in May 2018 awarded Japan a wildcard entry into the tournament.
Japan will put forth a collection of relative little known players, almost entirely playing in their native league.
Other groups: Group A