Tomorrow is the starting day of the 15th Senior Female European Championship. We return to Mealhada after the daring 14th edition in 2018 when the last final match was interrupted 105 seconds from the end due to a blackout during the passage of the hurricane Leslie and then completed in November. In this edition, there will be five participating teams and obviously the team to beat is Spain, five times consecutive European champions and three consecutive world champions. It is undoubtedly a sensational generation for the “Roja” that reflects the Spanish national championship that had never reached such a level. A championship that will also see Portugal, second in 2018, and Italy, third; France, fourth, and England, seventh and all will try to beat the Spanish team. This European Championship will be played from Monday to Saturday, with two matches one at 17:30 (local time GMT) and 20:00, where on the first day will also be held the opening ceremony, held by the local organizing committee of the Municipality of Mealhada and the Federação de Patinagem de Portugal. An event that will be experienced together with the public who will have free access to the Pavilhao Municipal de Luso (100% and 600 people allowed), which has already been the scene of several important club competitions including the final stages of the Euroleague 2021.
The first matchday is set for Monday 11th October 2021, where the first game will be France-Italy at 17:30 (local time) and the official ceremony will be scheduled for 19:30 hour. The titleholder of the last 5 European championships will not play on the first day, instead, Portugal will fight against England at the end of the first day. The formula will be a single qualifying phase of 5 days all-against-all and in the sixth day will be the final day with the crossroad by the ranking (1st against 2nd, 3rd against 4th)
After three years without a European confrontation, it is finally time to see the national teams at work and competing. The program will include this afternoon the training sessions of all five national selections and tomorrow the meeting of delegates and referees before the races.
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Pavilhapo Municipal de Luso
Spain 2018’s winner
For the matches to be played in this event, are designated the following European International Referees.
PORTUGAL: Pedro Silva, Carlos Correia, Ricardo Leao
SPAIN: Raul Burgos
ITALY: Ulderico Barbarisi, Joseph Silecchia
FRANCE: Julien Thibaud, Stephane Rizzotti
The two “Azemad MVP” trophies for best goalkeeper and best players will be awarded at the end of the tournaments. The accredited press will determine the two winners.
The WEBTV of World Skate Europe. will be broadcasted by http://europe.
After the matches, you will find the Highlights in our WebTV and also in our new Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.
SPECIAL COVERAGE FOR WSEUROPE-RINKHOCKEY WEBSITE
WSE-RH will follow with special coverage in social network and in the section of two European championships www.wseurope-
Every Match will be covered from our OFFICIAL LIVESCORING in multi-language with all the official statistics during the games.
OFFICIAL HASHTAGS -> #okeurof #okluso
STUFF FOR MEDIA
WSERH gives you the possibility to download and use some photos of each match after the first half time with royalty-free copyright and free use (Credits to “Antonio Lopes / WSE-RH”. PHOTO DRIVE -> http://bit.ly/okeurof2021-
If you need also the official highlights from the matches, we will upload them asap in our webtv (HD file) – VIDEO DRIVE -> http://bit.ly/okeurof2021-
Schedule – Pavilhao Municipal de Luso
Monday 11th October 2021 (local time: Greenwich time, +1 Central Europe Time)
h 17:30 – France x Italy
h 19:30 – Opening Ceremony
h 20:30 – Portugal x England
Tuesday 12th October 2021 (local time: Greenwich time, +1 Central Europe Time)
h 17:30 – Spain x Italy
h 20:00 – France x Portugal
Wednesday 13th October 2021 (local time: Greenwich time, +1 Central Europe Time)
h 17:30 – Spain x England
h 20:00 – Portugal x Italy
Thursday 14th October 2021 (local time: Greenwich time, +1 Central Europe Time)
h 17:30 – France x England
h 20:00 – Portugal x Spain
Friday 15th October 2021 (local time: Greenwich time, +1 Central Europe Time)
h 17:30 – Spain x France
h 20:00 – Italy x England
Saturday 16th October 2021 (local time: Greenwich time, +1 Central Europe Time)
h 17:30 – Final 3rd-4th place
h 20:00 – Final 1st-2nd place
HISTORY EURO FEMALE
SPAIN: 6 – last: 2018
PORTUGAL: 3 – last: 2001
ITALY: 2 – last: 1993
GERMANY: 2 – last: 2007
FRANCE: 1 – last: 2005