In the quarter-finals, Egypt, the defending champions of the competition, will face Algeria, one of the most successful nations in the history of handball in Africa.
The Pharaohs go into the competition as favourites after two successful years on the international level.
The matches between the top two handball teams in Africa always bring joy and excitement for the fans as both teams have some of the finest talents in the continent.
Dr Hassan Mostafa Hall and October international hall will host the games.
Egypt plays in Group A alongside Italy, Serbia, Slovenia and arch-rivals Tunisia.
The Pharaohs, the current title holders, are drawn in Group A alongside Cameroon and Morocco and the hosts picked Cameroon to face in the opening game of the competition.
The Pharaohs, the defending champions, aim to maintain their dominance over the continent and achieve the 8th African title.
Al Ahly achieved the prestigious title for the first time since 2018 and the club's fourth title in the competition.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi congratulated Egypt handball national team after achieving the fourth place in Tokyo Olympic Games.
Spain lost to France 27-23 on Thursday in the semi-finals and they will face Egypt in the bronze-medal match.
Ahmed El Ahmar and Yehia Khaled were Egypt's top scorers against France, having scored five goals each.
Despite having an early lead in the first ten minutes of the game, France managed to return to the game to finish the first half in a 13-13 draw.
Egypt defeated Sweden 27-22 after a sensational performance from the Pharaohs, who reached an important milestone in the journey towards winning a medal.
Egypt reached the quarter-finals after a 27-22 victory over Sweden, achieving Egypt's best ever win over the Scandinavian superpower.
The Pharaohs dominated the game and outclassed their opponents to achieve Egypt's best ever victory over Sweden, the runner-up of 2021 World Cup.
The Egyptians secured their first two points in the group ahead of the toughest clash in the group against the reigning champions, Denmark.
Minister of Youth and Sports Ashraf Sobhy asserted that his ministry is keen on creating national strategies to support the Egyptian youth in light of Egypt's ability to face all the challenges and organize major international events such as World Men's Handball Championship.
If the game finished in a draw, the two teams will face off again in a match to decide the league champion.
The Pharaohs were drawn in Group B alongside Denmark, Sweden, Portugal, Japan and Bahrain.
Al Ahly women's handball team defeated arch-rivals Zamalek 27-20 on Wednesday night to snatch the Egyptian Cup title.