Recently, the team played two exhilarating games in the EHF EURO Cup. They demonstrated their prowess on the handball court and built additional brand awareness in the market.
In a thrilling match, the Swiss women’s national team emerged victorious against Austria, 33:27. The electrifying atmosphere at St. Gallen added to the excitement of the game as the team showcased their incredible skills and teamwork. A comprehensive match report provided insights into this incredible victory.
The team also faced the formidable world and European champions – Norway. Despite a commendable performance, the Swiss team narrowly lost to the reigning champions with a final score of 29:44 (18:23).
Andrea Giger, Marketing Manager of Sponsoring & Events from SPAR Switzerland said “We had an incredible time at the Handball Event! We invited our Distribution Centre colleagues and Retailers to join us. The SPAR supporting group of 50 cheered the National Team to victory! We also had a fun guessing competition about the weight of a full basket of SPAR Own Brands at our promotion stand”.
This year, Switzerland is participating in the EHF EURO Cup as they already qualified for the Women’s EHF EURO 2024 as co-hosts. The team will compete against Austria, Hungary, and Norway throughout the season. Switzerland will play each of these opponents both at home and away, demonstrating their unwavering commitment to excellence.
The Swiss women’s national handball team is poised for an exciting season as they continue their pursuit of excellence in the lead up to EHF EURO 2024. With their incredible dedication and impressive skills, the team promises to keep fans on the edge of their seats throughout the season. To stay updated with the Swiss women’s national team’s insights and adventures, follow them throughout the week on the handball.ch Instagram channel.
Source: SPAR Premium League
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SPAR Switzerland was founded in 1989. The business grew, combining corporate and independently owned stores, spanning forecourt retailing to large supermarkets. Since 2016, SPAR Switzerland has been a subsidiary of SPAR Group Ltd Southern Africa.