2009 World Women's Handball Championship squads
The following is a list of squads for each nation competing at the 2009 World Women's Handball Championship in the People's Republic of China. The tournament began 5 December, and its final was held in Nanjing on 20 December.
|2009 World Women's Handball Championship squads|
Appearances, goals and ages as of 5 December 2009.
- Darly Zoqby de Paula
- Fabiana Diniz
- Jacquelin Anastacio
- Fernanda da Silva
- Scheyla Gris
- Celia da Costa
- Rosaria da Silva
- Flavia da Silva
- Ana Paula Rodrigues
- Aline Rosas
- Regiane Silva
- Maysa Pessoa
- Silvia Helena Pinheiro
- Barbara Arenhart
- Eduarda Amorim
- Adriana do Nascimento Lima
Head coach: Morten Soubak (DEN)
Head coach: Celestin Mpoua (CGO)
The squad was announced on 19 November 2009. On 22 November 2009 Susanne Kastrup replaced Gitte Aaen in the squad. On 4 December 2009, Christina Krogshede replaced Lærke Møller in the squad due to a cruciate ligament injury.
Head coach: Jan Pytlick
Head coach: Olivier Krumbholz (FRA)
Head coach: Rainer Osmann (GER)
Head coach: Per Johansson (SWE)
Head coach: Katsuhiko Kinoshita (JPN)
Head coach: Herbert Müller (GER)
Head coach: Yevgeni Trefilov (RUS)
Head coach: Klaus Bøge (DEN)
Head coach: Leonid Yevtushenko (UKR)
Head coach: Eszter Mátéfi (HUN)
Head coach: Hwang Kyung-Young (KOR)
Head coach: Thorir Hergeirsson (ISL)
Head coach: Radu Voina (ROU)
Head coach: Fathi Cherif (TUN)
Head coach: Daniel Marcos Zeballos (ARG)
Head coach: Wang Xindong (CHN)
Head coach: Thierry Vincent (FRA)
Head coach: Lev Yaniev (KAZ)
Head coach: Lee Jae-Young (KOR)
Head coach: Jorge Dueñas (ESP)
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