If you’re a big handball fan and are interested in the possibility of watching loads of action live, online and in a totally legal way, then this page is quite possibly the answer to all your prayers.
We’ve created a special table pointing you to all of the currently available live handball streams and detailed the types of in-play bets that may be available along with them.
How To Watch: open account with bookmaker showing stream, fund that account with atleast the min deposit or have placed a bet within the last 24 hours to get access.
*Geo restrictions apply. Funded account or bet within last 24 hours to watch.
Online bookmakers provide streams to encourge betting.
To get access you need a funded account or have recently placed a bet.
Thousands of events are shown this way each year.
You can stream on both mobile and desktop devices.
Any decent connection, even 3G, is good enough to watch live.
What Live Handball is Shown?
What our above table of available volleyball streams should have revealed to you, is that there are often a huge number of different matches that are available to watch online 100% legally. In fact, a great selection of the world’s most prestigious and most popular volleyball leagues and competitions do benefit from being streamed live through many of the top online bookmakers. The following is a list of just a handful of the top events and competitions which are regularly catered for:
- Belarussian Men’s League
- Belarussian Women’s League
- Danish Men’s First Division
- Danish Women’s First Division
- Danish Men’s Handboldligaen
- Danish Women’s Handboldligaen
- Estonian Meistriliiga
- Finnish SM Liga
- French Men’s Division 1
- French Women’s Division 1
- German Men’s Bundesliga
- German Women’s Bundesliga
- Greek Cup
- Hungarian Cup
- Israeli Women’s League
- Kuwaiti League
- Lithuanian LRL
- Men’s Champions League
- Norwegian Eliteserien
- Polish Men’s SuperLiga
- Polish Women’s SuperLiga
- Portuguese Liga Andebol
- Russian Men’s Superleague
- Russian Women’s Superleague
- Spanish Liga Asobal
- Spanish Liga Guerreras
- Swedish Men’s Eliteserien
- Swedish Women’s Eliteserien
- Women’s Champions League
As you can see from the above list, pretty much all of the world’s top handball competitions have live streams featured on the major betting sites at one time or another. It should be remembered, however, that depending on the country where you live some of the above leagues may not be legal to stream live online. In those circumstances, the streams which are made available elsewhere in the world will not be accessible to you.
What In-Play Markets are Available?
As and when live handball streams are available to view, they will often be easiest to access through a betting site’s in-play interface. It is there, too, that you will find the various in-play betting markets available for the match you intend to watch. In the case of handball some of the most popular and most regularly available in-play markets are as follows:
Match Winner – Unquestionably the simplest and arguably the most popular of in-play handball markets, match winner does exactly what it says on the tin in that it is a wager on who will win a given match. The trick to betting on this market in-play, however, is in picking which moment to place a bet in order to get yourself the best value.
Handicap – Just like handicap betting in American football or in other sports where it’s popular, placing a handicap wager in handball is a way of getting more value out of a match with a strong favourite. The market works by a bookmaker making one team a favourite by a certain number of goals and the other an underdog by the same number. A handicap bet on the favourite, therefore, is a bet on them to win by more than that number of goals. A handicap wager on an underdog, meanwhile, is a bet on them to lose the game by less (or to win it).
Total Goals – The third and final market which is regular available in-play for live streamed handball contests is the total points market. This is a straightforward over/under style of bet, where you simply predict whether more or less than a pre-determined number of goals will be scored in total during the course of a match.