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Handball: Olympia gear up to host EHF Challenge Cup double header

PUBLISHED: 18:30 17 November 2016

The Olympia women's handball team face the camera (pic: Olympia HC)

The Olympia women's handball team face the camera (pic: Olympia HC)

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East London club to host both legs of third round tie with LK Zug, a first for a UK Club

Tickets are still available for Olympia Handball Club London’s EHF Challenge Cup third round clash with LK Zug.

Olympia will face their Swiss rivals twice this weekend at the Medway Centre in Kent – the first time a UK club will host both legs of a EHF Challenge Cup tie.

The first match is due off at 6pm on November 19, with the second match starting at 11.30am the following day at the same venue.

The first game will also be the culmination of a jam-packed day of handball, with other teams on show.

Olympia’s women team face Medway Dragons in a Development League clash at 1pm, followed at 3.30pm by the Super8s match between Olympia and Coventry Sharks.

Tickets are available by clicking here, starting at £5 for either day or £8 to attend both days of handball action.

For more information, contact email info@olympialondonhandball.co.uk or find the club on Facebook by searching for Olympia Handball Club London.

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