High school students, attention: we have a class, sign up!
Our interactive online classes will continue, during which students will learn about the unique concept of the EHF EURO 2022, the festive programmes built around the European Championship, and Watch Games. See More. brand elements. In the classes, handball players, including national team players, talk about the European Championship and handball of course. We are waiting for high school students to apply by April 21st.
We will provide students with information that highlights why this European Championship will be extraordinary in an informative and entertaining way. We tell you what our slogan, Watch Games. See More. means to practice, on what community interfaces you can follow the work organization of the European Championship, the backstage and campaigns related to the Hungarian national team.
There are well-known handball players, including national team players, to help us with this, and by talking to them, young people get useful and authentic information about the tournament, the handball and professional sports.
Patrik Ligetvári, Bence Nagy, Adrián Sipos, Egon Hanusz and Miklós Rosta have been with us in our classes so far.
Which institutions and how to apply for interactive online classes?
• high schools representing a strong sports line are welcome to apply,
• indicating the total number of students in the school, the approximate number of children playing sports and students playing handball (applications are welcome between 50 and 140 people).
Please indicate how many people can attend the interactive lesson and the contact details of the contact teacher.
You can apply by filling out the FORM BELOW between April 21th and 28th.
We will select the 10 institutions where we will keep the programme by drawing lots.
What do you need to know about the watch?
Location: online interface provided by EHB 2022 Host: András Petur sports reporter Participants: active handball players, including national team players Date: at a time agreed with the institution and the athlete Duration: 1 teaching hour
Contents of the lesson:
• informal conversation with András Petur and his handball guest,
• quiz game (via the Kahoot app)