The European Handball Federation (EHF) is the umbrella organisation for 49 member states and three associated federation (Kosovo, England and Scotland) – with its headquarters in Vienna, Austria. Since its foundation in November 1991, the EHF has taken on the role of ambassador to European handball and organizer of all European tournaments of handball and beach handball, example: European Championship, European Cup, European Beach Handball Tour. Since 2012 Sport Transfer is partner of federation and supplier of goals for beach handball tournaments European Handball Tour. In 2014 Sport Transfer became exclusive supplier of handball goals for European Championships in all age categories, which are organized by EHF.
International Handball Federation (IHF) placed in Basel, founded in year 1946. IHF unites 208 handball associations around the world. In 2017 Sport Transfer got IHF approval for beach and indoor handball goals, at the same time becoming the only company, which has EHF and IHF certificate.
SportsPro is an exclusive distributor of well-known brands in the sports world such as Spalding, Kempa and Uhlsport, on the Polish market . More on: www.sklep.sportspro.pl
Spalding was established in 1876. Since its beginning the company has been involved in manufacturing high quality sport equipment. In 1983 Spalding ball became official ball for NBA League. Spalding has been working together with DBB ( German Bundeslige) and LNB ( French League). More on: www.spalding.pl
Kempa has been a synonim of handball for many years. They supply equipment for the best handball players in the World. Currently they are transforming into multisport brand. Their offer includes all that is needed by professional and amateur players. More on: www.kempa-sport.pl
Uhlsport is a football brand, known all over the World, operating since 1948. Uhlsport equipment is used by the best football players in Europe and in the World, such as Hannes Þór Halldórsson, Samir Handanovic and Alphonse Areola. More on: www.uhlsport.pl
4allsports is a sports store with equipment for schools, clubs and individual users. Well known sports brands like Sport Transfer, Splading, Kempa, Uhlsport, Huck, Select, Mikasa, Molten and many others, provide a wide range of equipment tailored to every customer's budget. More at: www.4allsports.pl
Haspo Sportgeräte was established in 1976 by Gunter Lawes and his partners. It's the largest manufacturer of aluminium sports equipment in Europe. Haspo's equipment is a synonym of quality and reliability, confirmed by the presence of products allover the world.
MG-13 - Marcin Gortat’s Foundation was established in 2009 by the best Polish basketball player. It is committed to help young people achieve their sport dreams. Polish talented players face the problem of lack of funds to develop their own talent and passion. The foundation is the organiser of the Marcin Gortat Camp, focused on finding young and promising players, offering them scholaships and contacting young basketball players with European and American professionals.
Anna Dymna’s Foundation “Mimo wszystko” was established in September 2003, it’s main goal is to help adult people with intellectual disabilities. Since 2004 Annna Dymna’s Foundation and Sport Transfer have been the organisers of the Polish Days of Integration “Zwyciężać mimo wszystko” (Win Despite All Odds). Tjis is a 2-day's event, taking place in July on Main Market Square in Cracow. Its goal is to present the artistic and sports achievements of the disabled.
BRANDSETTER is an Austrian company, which provides its customers with sports equipment and advertising materials. They help everybody, starting with event organizers, through clubs, associations and ending on single athlete. In 2018 they become individual distributor of Sport Transfer equipment for Austrian market.
Polish Handball Federation (ZPRP) was founded in year 1928, nowadays unites over 400 handball clubs. Sport Transfer cooperates with ZPRP by supplying handball goals and barrier netting for most important league and national team matches, which take place in Poland.