|20 Nov 22||Denmark Handball|| ||25 - 27|| ||Norway Handball|
|18 Nov 22||Denmark Handball|| ||27 - 23|| ||Montenegro Handball|
|16 Nov 22||Norway Handball|| ||29 - 31|| ||Denmark Handball|
|12 Nov 22||Croatia Handball|| ||17 - 26|| ||Denmark Handball|
|10 Nov 22||Hungary Handball|| ||27 - 29|| ||Denmark Handball|
The Denmark women's national handball team is the national team of Denmark. It is governed by the Dansk Håndbold Forbund (DHF).
In 1997, it became the first Women's Handball team to hold all three major titles simultaneously (The World Championship, The Olympic Championship and The European Championship).
Denmark women's handball team is the only team (women's and men's) in handball history to win the Olympic Games three consecutive times, earning the gold medal in 1996, 2000, and 2004.
Despite tremendous results, the Danish handball team has seen a steady decline. As of 2019, the team has not won a gold medal since the Olympic Games 2004. However, at the World Championship 2013, the team won its first medal (bronze) at a World Championship since 1997 when the team won gold. It was also the first medal the Danish team had won in 9 years.