Handball Betting Odds
Handball | Upcoming Matches
|Fri 22 Mar|
|16:15||Poland (W) v Iceland (W) International Friendlies Women||5|
|16:30||HIFK v Sjundea IF SM Liiga||5|
|18:00||IFK Kristianstad v Redbergslids IK Eliteserien (M)||6|
|18:00||Alingsas HK v Ystads IF HF Eliteserien (M)||6|
|18:00||Moser Medical Uhk Krems v SG Westwien Samsung HLA||6|
|18:00||TJ Slovan Modra v MSK Hlohovec Slovakia Extraliga||1|
|18:30||Netherlands (W) v Germany (W) International Friendlies Women||4|
|18:30||Argentina (W) v Slovakia (W) International Friendlies Women||5|
Extraklasa - Men
Denmark Division 1
France Division 1
Czech Republic Extraliga
Liga Asobal - Men
International Friendlies Women
Champions League - Men
Among the most popular sports in mainland Europe, handball may reach its highest profile during Olympic years but with top leagues all over the world there are chances to bet on handball every week with us at BetVictor.
Including weekly games throughout the men’s and women’s season in Germany’s Bundesliga, France’s Division 1, Spain’s Liga Asobal, Russia’s Super League and the Danish Ligaen, our live handball betting will include Win/Draw/Win, Handicap, Total Goals and Win Match – Draw No Bet markets.
We’ll also offer In-Play markets following the throw-off in games in all top tournaments, including the Handball Champions League, which sees Europe’s best sides come together in an initial group phase followed by the knockout stages. While Barcelona have traditionally been the most dominant in the men’s competition, it is Gyori ETO KC from Hungary who have recently proven to be the team to beat in the women’s Champions League.
Our In-Play options ensure you get more control on live handball betting, with our Cash Out button allowing you to settle your return before the game is finished, while our Partial Cash Out lets you settle part of your bet to guarantee some return, while leaving some of your bet open.
Our In-Play betting options are available for the best in international handball too, with odds and In-Play options offered for the Handball European Championship, as well as the biennial World Handball Championship involving 24 of the world’s best handball teams in both the men’s and women’s game.
While few in the men’s game have been able to compete with the all-conquering French team in recent times, the women’s game has proven to be a little more open, with Norway, Brazil and Russia among the most recent champions.