Ideas for training Street handball at your street pitch / multi pitch, Bramming IF, Denmark.Its all about having fun and mix girls and boys 😎Train street handball as summer training 🤾🏻♂️ Break from the indoor winter season 🤾🏻♀️We are training 1 hour, 8 Mondays before the summer holiday.30 minutes warmup with small games. 30 minutes street handball exercises and match.Here the participants are 8 to 10 years old.We play and have fun 😀See fair play rules and more on our website.Thanks to Bramming IF – Handball
Posted by Street Handball International on Thursday, April 26, 2018
Its all about having fun and mix girls and boys.
Train street handball as summer training. Break from the indoor winter season.
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We are training 1 hour, 8 Mondays before the summer holiday.
30 minutes warmup with small games. 30 minutes street handball exercises and match.
Here the participants are 8 to 10 years old.
We play and have fun.
See fair play rules here>>
News article from summer 2017
They started the 1st of may with 6 players but already at the second training twice as many had turned up. Street handball is still a small sport in Bramming but the kids who play are thrilled.
Bramming: – I play because it’s fun says newcomer Thor Bruun Vejrup. He is 10, and lives in Gørding, and has started going to Bramming every monday afternoon to play Street handball.
It’s 50-50 compared to regular indoor handball, but Thor explains that he likes Street handball a bit more cos it’s more challenging: – and you get to know new kids. I felt really welcome when I was here the first time. Lots of fresh air.
One of the new teammates, Thor has gotten to know, is 10 year old Mette Lilly Søberg from Bramming.
- I think it’s fun being outside instead of sitting at home doing nothing. I get lots of fresh air, and it isn’t hard getting use to the new rules. Well, the first time it was hard, but now it’s nice she adds.
- Mette points out the comradery and the fun training as 2 further factors for her being happy playing Street handball.
Article and photo of Martin Wilde Mawi@ugeavisen.dk