Bathco BM Torrelavega will compete in the group stage of the EHF European League

Bathco BM Torrelavega will compete in the group stage of the EHF European League
Bathco BM Torrelavega will compete in the group stage of the EHF European League

Bathco BM Torrelavega already knows its destiny in European competition for the 2024/2025 season. After formalizing its registration on July 2, the club was awaiting official confirmation from the European Handball Federation (EHF). Today, the European body has included the orange club among the teams that will compete in the next group stage of the EHF European League.

The decision reveals one of the unknowns that Bathco BM Torrelavega has faced in recent weeks, confirming that, at least, the club will play six European competition matches, three of them at the Vicente Trueba, provided that the Torrelavega municipal pavilion is duly approved.

Bathco BM Torrelavega is part of the group of 21 teams that goes directly to the group stage, coinciding with another Spanish team such as Bidasoa Irún and great European teams such as the German SG Flensburg-Handewitt, FC Porto and the Portuguese SL Benfica or Montpellier Handball, among others.

Once the preliminary round has been played, 32 teams will make up the eight groups of the competition. The first match of this phase will be played on October 8, and from then on one match will be played every Tuesday, except on November 5 and 12, until the sixth round, to be played on November 26.

The draw for the group stage will take place on July 19, with the presence of the oranges already assured in the group stage. Below is the list of qualified teams along with Bathco BM Torrelavega and their respective countries:

Flensburg-Handewitt, THW Kiel (Germany), FC Porto, Sport Lisboa and Benfica (Portugal), Montpellier Handball, Fenix ​​Toulouse Handball (France), RK Nexe, MRK Sesvete (Croatia), GOG (Denmark), Kadetten Schaffhausen (Suiza) , Bidasoa Irun (Spain), IK Sävehof (Sweden), Gornik Zabrze, KGHM Chrobry Glogow (Poland), CSM Constanta (Romania), RK Gorenje Velenje (Slovenia), HC Vardar 1961 (Macedonia), MOL Tatabyan KC (Hungary), FH Hafnarfjordur (Iceland) and Tatran Presov (Slovakia).

Another 21 teams will fight for the remaining eleven places, including two Spanish teams such as Fraikin BM Granollers and ABANCA Ademar León.

 
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