... when Hungary's first men's international handball tournament came to an end?
... when the first final of the 20 022-seat Budapest Handball Arena were held, deciding about the fate of generations and superstars?
... when you could feel great and at home in the arena for the ninth time?
... when the current Olympic and world champion could fight a title bout for the second time in a few days?
... when world class player, Nikola Karabatic won the 16th medal of his career at an international tournament?
... when world champions Denmark took revenge for 2018 and beat France in the bronze medal game of the EHF EURO 2022?
... when Veszprém's Rasmus Lauge, three-time world number one Mikkel Hansen, most recently chosen best player of the year, Niklas Landin and the most valuable player of the Olympics, Mathias Gidsel, were all on the pitch at the same time?
... when the Spanish team won the European Championship for the third time in a row, equalling the record of their current opponents Sweden?
... when Sweden, who reached the Main Round with 0 points, won their fifth European gold medal in their history thanks to their amazing run?
... when Swedish goalkeeper Andreas Palicka – who says he is 30 per cent goalkeeper, 70 per cent emotion – set out to break his own and the EURO record of three goals in the semi-finals?
... when Rodrigo Coralles or Jorge Maqueda, who play in Hungary, were cheered by the home crowd?
... when you could watch the historic moments of Europe's second most popular sport?
Brace yourselves, because the final day of the 15th EHF EURO is coming!
You can be there, you can see it - in the Budapest Handball Arena or on your TV screens!
Bronze medal game: Denmark-France – 15:30
Final: Spain-Sweden – 18:00
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