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What is the court size for handball?

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The size of an indoor handball court is 40 meters long by 20 meters wide. Each end of the court has a goal area containing a net that is three meters wide and two meters high.

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During a handball match, each team has up to seven players on the court. One player on the court must be assigned as the goalkeeper, although the goalkeeper can become a court player and a court player can become the goalkeeper at any time during the match. A handball match consists of two 30 minutes halves and the team that scores the most goals wins.

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