The 24th IHF Men’s Junior (U21) World Championship was co-hosted by Germany and Greece in the period from 20 June to 2 July 2023.
Hanover, Magdeburg and Berlin are the three host cities chosen by Germany, while Greece’s capital Athens will be the fourth host city.
- Swiss Life Hall in Hanover
- GETEC Arena in Magdeburg
- Max-Schmeling-Halle in Berlin
- Ano Liosia Olympic Hall in Athens
- Rentis Sport Hall 'Melina Merkouri' in Athens
Hosts: Germany (GER), Greece (GRE)
Africa: Algeria (ALG), Angola (ANG), Egypt (EGY), Libya (LBA), Morocco (MAR) Tunisia (TUN)
Asia: Bahrain (BRN), Japan (JPN), Kuwait (KUW), Saudi Arabia (KSA)
Europe: Croatia (CRO), Denmark (DEN), Faroe Islands (FAR), France (FRA), Hungary (HUN), Iceland (ISL), Norway (NOR), Poland (POL), Portugal (POR), Serbia (SRB), Slovenia (SLO), Spain (ESP), Sweden (SWE)
North America and the Caribbean: Cuba (CUB), Greenland (GRL), United States of America (USA)
South and Central America: Argentina (ARG), Brazil (BRA), Chile (CHI), Costa Rica (CRC)
The draw for the event took place in Katowice, Poland on Tuesday, 17 January, in the margins of the 2023 IHF Men’s World Championship.
Group A: FRA, POL, CRO, USA
Group B: ALG, GER, TUN, LBA
Group C: POR, BRA, KUW, CRC
Group D: ESP, FAR, JPN, ANG
Group E: HUN, DEN, ARG, NOR
Group F: SWE, SLO, BRN, GRL
Group G: SRB, ISL, CHI, MAR
Group H: EGY, GRE, CUB, KSA
4. Serbia, 5. Denmark, 6. Portugal, 7. Faroe Islands, 8. Croatia, 9. Spain, 10. Egypt, 11. France, 12. Sweden, 13. Bahrain, 14. Tunisia, 15. Greece, 16. Brazil, 17. Poland, 18. Norway, 19. Japan, 20. Slovenia, 21. Saudi Arabia, 22. Algeria, 23. Morocco, 24. Kuwait, 25. Argentina, 26. Angola, 27. USA, 28. Cuba, 29. Chile, 30. Libya, 31. Costa Rica, 32. Greenland