The Scottish Handball Association (SHA), England Handball Association (EHA) and British Handball Association (BHA) are proud to announce that NorDan, one of Europe's leading manufacturers of timber windows and doors, and smart accessories, will be the headline sponsor of the 2022 British Handball Super Cup.
The Super Cup will take place over the weekend of Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 May at Oriam, Scotland’s Sports Performance Centre in Edinburgh with the top four men’s and women’s teams from Scotland and England battling it out the title and European club competition qualification.
NorDan has a long-standing tradition of supporting handball, including partnerships with the IHF World Championships and EHF European Championships. The Sweden-based NorDan AB is a long-term main partner of the HK Malmö women’s handball team.
Alex Brown, Managing Director – NorDan UK said:
“I am delighted that NorDan are supporting the 2022 British Handball Super Cup. NorDan have a long-standing tradition of supporting handball across Europe, and I am thrilled that we can mirror this relationship in the UK.
“As a brand we are committed to collaboration, people development and enhancing our local communities. These values align perfectly with that of Scottish, and British Handball, and we are looking forward to working together.”
Ewan Hunter, Commercial Director – Scottish Handball Association said:
“The Scottish Handball Association and NorDan share strong values and we're delighted to have secured the support of such an outstanding business who are well known across Europe for their long-term support of handball.
“We both have a commitment and belief in the power of sport and shared activity for people of all ages. It can transform lives and local communities and be a strong, positive force for good in society creating opportunities, role models, excitement and joy.
“Too often in the world we forget to focus on enjoying the moment and that is something that those in this partnership are committed to helping change.”
The British Handball Super Cup represents a chance to shine a spotlight on the very best British clubs while celebrating the culture of handball in Britain and providing an opportunity for all of those involved – volunteers, coaches, referees, officials, players and fans – to join together.
This year’s edition of the British Handball Super Cup will also celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the founding of the Scottish Handball Association, after it was created in 1972.
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