According to origo.hu, although London Angels, which is founded by Hungarians in England, couldn’t collect GBP 10 thousand to compete at the Challenge Cup, the Hungarian Handball Federation voted GBP 9700 – HUF 4.7 million – for the team.
Despite London Angels women’s handball team won bronze medal in the first leading season of its history, it seemed it couldn’t enter the Challenge Cup, which is the fourth European Cup series, due to lack of funds.
The amateur association had only GBP 300, which is just a fraction of the pre-calculated GBP 10 thousand, but it got an unexpected help from the mother country.
The Hungarian Handball Federation decided on a GBP 9700 support for London Angels.
The team was established just in February 2013, it got into the forefront in the 2013/2014 season, and then it won the League Cup. In the season has just finished, it reached its best result so far, finishing on the third place.
based on the article of origo.hu
translated by BA