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Who plays who in the EHF FINAL4 Men?

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The EHF Champions League 2020/21 started with 16 teams. Only four of them are still in the race for the title: Aalborg Håndbold, Barça, HBC Nantes and Paris Saint-Germain Handball.

These four semi-finalists, who will be competing at the EHF FINAL4 2021 on 12/13 June in Cologne, were confirmed in the decisive quarter-final matches this week.

Draw on Tuesday will determine the semi-final pairings

The EHF FINAL4 2021 draw will determine who will face who in the semi-finals. The draw will take place in the Sportradar studios in Vienna, Austria on Tuesday 25 May at 11:00 CEST.

The draw will be streamed live on EHFTV, the EHF Champions League Facebook page and Home of Handball YouTube channel, with possible geo-blocking restrictions.

No less than 25 TV stations across and outside Europe are broadcasting the draw. The draw will also be covered with live tweets on the official Twitter channel, @ehfcl.

TV stations broadcasting EHF FINAL4 draw

BIH – ArenaSport1
BLR – Belarus5
CRO – ArenaSport1
CZE – SportTV1
DEN – TV3 Sport
ESP – TV3FIN –Viaplay
FRA – EurosportPlayer
GEO – SilkSport HD1
HUN – SportTV1
ISR – Sport 1
ITA– Sky Sport
KOS – ArenaSport 1
LAT – Best4Sport TV
MENA region – ONTIME
MKD – ArenaSport1
MNE – ArenaSport1
NED – Ziggo TV
NOR – Viaplay
POL – EurosportPlayer
ROU – Telekom3
ROU – Digi Sport1
ROU – LookSport
SRB – ArenaSport1
SLO – Arena Sport 1
SVK – SportTV1
SWE – Viaplay
UKR – Sport1
All other territories - EHFTV (Geo-restrictions may apply)

EHF FINAL4 lineup confirmed

With just three weeks to go until the EHF FINAL4 in Cologne, the four participants were confirmed with the completion of the quarter-finals this week.

We have a fascinating mix with Aalborg Håndbold making their debut, HBC Nantes returning for the second time after reaching the final in 2018, Paris Saint-Germain making the short trip to Cologne for the fifth time and Barça qualifying for the ninth event out of a possible 12.

Three of the quarter-finals went down to the wire, with PSG overturning a first-leg deficit against Kiel, while Aalborg and Nantes did enough to fend off comeback attempts by Flensburg and Veszprém. Only Barça won both of their legs and qualified with ease in the end against Brest.

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