| The Pharoahs|
Winners for 11 times
| 16 (First in 1983)|
16 (First in 1980)
| Egyptian Handball Federation|
The Egypt national junior handball team is the under-20s national team representing Egypt in the international handball competitions and is controlled by the Egyptian Handball Federation.
Egypt national junior handball team Wikipedia
The Egypt junior handball team has participated in several junior's handball competitions and the first appearance was in the inaugural African Men's Junior Handball Championship in 1980 in Nigeria the team placed third, two years later in 1982 in Benin the Egyptian find their way to captured the first African and international title and have qualified to the 1983 IHF Men's Junior World Championship sow the first appearance was for good to gain experiences the Egyptian finished in the 13th rank. In the African championship Egypt continued the domination that was normal for them but in the IHF Men's Junior World Championship they were still far from the strongest European team's level. In 1993 Egypt was the host country, and for the first time a country from outside Europe since the inaugural in 1977 in Sweden held the tournament. The Egyptians exploited the home court advantage and with a great player generation they stunned all the followers and the media and found their way to the final match again the Denmark where they won it by 22–19 and then Egypt became the World Champions with merit for the first country outside Europe to carry the title.
This is the squad for the 2015 Men's Junior World Handball ChampionshipLegend
GK-Goalkeeper, LW-Left Winger, RW-Right Winger, LP-Line Player, BP-Back, LB-Left Back, CB-Center Back, RB-Right Back.Mohamed Nakib
Serag El-Din Sherif
Abou El-Abbas Sherif