With a lot of work and dedication we can win any match

Why do we need more than ever this year, on December 1st? Good energy, confidence and a sincere exhortation that “It’s possible!”. The feeling of belonging and hope. And who could be a better bearer for such a message than the champion Cristina Neagu? Romania’s most successful handball player and BRD’s image ambassador sent a message on Romania’s Day, on the occasion of a surprise visit to one of the last training sessions of the national team. The video of this visit is part of the campaign BRD for December 1 & World Handball Championship and is a special way to encourage Romanians on their birthday and to remind them that the most important battles are won in the team, trusting each other.

We celebrate as a team

Sport will always be a symbol of solidarity. When millions of people live at the same time, hoping, rejoicing or crying at the same time, something really special happens. These are moments of grace that only champions can offer simultaneously to the inhabitants of an entire country. Since December 1, after two difficult years, in which our patience, empathy and, especially, the connection with others were tested, we needed to remember what a team really means.

Chosen 4 times the best handball player in the world, Cristina visited her colleagues at the training at Polivalenta in Bucharest, to wish them success before leaving for the World Women’s Handball Championship in Spain.

The reunion with the team was also an opportunity to send a message of Happy Birthday on the occasion of Romania’s national day, December 1.

“Girls, you know, with a lot of work and dedication we can win any match!”, He said Cristina Neagu.

Her message, along with the wishes of her teammates, is part of the BRD campaign to celebrate Romania’s National Day, but also to support the National Handball Team at the World Championship.

“We are only 7 on the field, but millions at home,” he added Crina Pintea.

“Romania means all the girls in the team and the desire to win,” he said Lorena Ostase.

“I don’t know if we will win every match, but we will definitely try,” he said Bianca Buzaliu.

BRD Groupe Societe Generale has been, for seven years, the official partner of the Romanian Handball Federation, and the sponsor of Romania’s national handball teams. Through its campaigns and projects, BRD is a proud supporter of Romanian handball, celebrating all the performances obtained during this period – the bronze medal at the World Women’s Handball Championship in 2015, the 4th place at the European Handball Championship in 2018, both obtained by the national team senior women’s championship, as well as the gold medal at the World Junior Championship, obtained by the Under 18 women’s national team in 2014.

Cristina Neagu has been BRD’s ambassador since 2020, getting involved in a series of social responsibility and institutional communication projects. She is in a period of recovery and will not participate in the Women’s World Handball Championship which takes place this year in Spain, between 2 and 19 December.

However, her message and that of her teammates is the best and genuine encouragement for Romania on her Day. Only through work, trust and relying on those around us, learning to be a great team, can we win. This is the only way we can all shout “Come on, Romania!”.


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