Recruiting two Senior Head Coaches (Men's & Women's Teams)
We are recruiting for two roles, a Head Coach for the Men's Handball National Team, and a Head Coach for the Women's Handball National Team.
Volunteer for British Handball Super Cup
We are looking to recruit a team of enthusiastic volunteers to help deliver the British Handball Super Cup 2022 at Oriam, Scotland 20th, 21st & 22nd of May 2022.
British Handball Super Cup 2022
The Scottish Handball Association (SHA), England Handball Association (EHA) and British Handball Association (BHA) are proud to announce that Scotland will host the ‘British Handball Super Cup’ for the next three years, starting in May 2022.
National Team Returns to Celebrate 50 Years
To celebrate our 50th Anniversary, the Scottish Handball Association will reboot the Scottish Handball National Team Programme.
Included in the Anniversary celebrations we will host a day of competition against our time-old rivals, England in August 2022. From this event, we will then look to continue with the Scottish National Team programme.
Two New Coaching Appointments
Olympic 2012 GB Handball Team Captain, Lynn McCafferty, and former professional Handball Player and current Kelvinside HC Head Coach, Geanina Kirkland, join the National Academy Programme Coaching Staff.
SHA UKAD Annual Report
Scottish Handball is currently working to provide evidence against the majority of the UKAD Assurance Framework requirements and of which many are currently under review by UKAD.
SHA Appoint Two New Board Directors
SHA appoint Karen Murty and David Mallon as two new Board Directors
Three Scots Return From International Duty
Three scots, Chris White (Livingston Handball), Craig McClelland (Andebol Vitoria Futebol Clube) and Craig Yule (Academico de Visue andebol) recently return from International Duty with the Senior Men's GB Handball Team.
Success at the Women's Friendly Event
Four teams from across Scotland came together to enjoy a day of handball at Oriam on Saturday 9th October
British Handball Men To Resume Competition
The Great Britain men’s senior handball team are set to play their first competitive matches in over two years as they get ready to appear in the International Handball Federation’s 2023 IHF Men’s World Championship – Qualification Europe Phase 1 in Finland from 5-7 November.
This will be GB’s first participation in an IHF World Championship qualifier in almost 10 years and has been made possible after British Handball recently secured UK Sport funding for the first time since 2012.