If the France-Sweden meeting has become a classic of international semi-finals in recent years, the duel between the Blues and Denmark is more synonymous with the final. Thus, after that of the Olympic Games in Tokyo in the summer of 2021 won by Guillaume Gille's players (25-23), then that of the last 2023 World Championships where the last word went to the Scandinavians (29-34), here comes the time for the beautiful between the two teams this Sunday in the majestic Lanxess Arena in Cologne, which should welcome nearly 20,000 spectators for the occasion.
A final which will begin at 5:45 p.m. and which will be followed for free on TF1, or by paying for subscribers of BeIN Sports1 which broadcast the entire competition. You will also be able to keep yourself informed via live commentary which will begin on our site around thirty minutes before the meeting. The Blues will try to get closer to Sweden, the only team with five titles on the Old Continent, by winning a fourth European crown after those of 2006, 2010 and 2014. The Danes, for their part, will aim for a third European title, twelve years after their second in 2012. Above all, this would allow the Scandinavians to approach the next Olympic Games in Paris with the status of reigning world and European champions.
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