Nothing has changed on the second matchday. Tomorrow the first face-to-face in Under 17

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After the first two days of playing great balance in the Under 17 Championship but it is clear that from tomorrow things will change because there will be the first direct clash Portugal-Italy. The Lusitanian team is in first place with one more goal in the value of goal difference (+23) compared to Spain and Italy who are paired at +22, all three with two wins to their ranking. Spain’s 13-0 victory over England, Italy’s 9-0 victory over Andorra and Portugal 9-2 over France. The top scorer is the Portuguese Vitor Oliveira with 8 goals. Tomorrow will also open the fight for the positions between the 4th and 6th place with the clash France-England. 
In the Under 19 Championship tomorrow there will be the showdown between Portugal and Spain. Both are tied at six points with two wins apiece. Tonight Spain won, albeit only in the last 5 minutes, against an England never so brave in recent history (5-2). Instead Portugal folds with an extraordinary first half Italy, supported by the goals of Jotta Silva and Honorio (8-2); Honorio is also the best scorers with 5 goals.Tomorrow the last matchday before the playoffs, where it’s expected the exiting Iberic Derby Portugal-Spain to close the day.

The schedule is below and will always be live on World Skate Europe TV (http://europe.worldskate.tv). Italy’s matches will also be broadcast on the Italian television MS Sport and MS Channel and on the FISRTV platform (hockeypista.fisrtv.it). Portugal’s matches will also be broadcast on FPPTV (hp.fpp.pt). Spain’s matches on the FEPTV platform (www.feptv.es)

UNDER 17 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP – 2nd Matchday – 8th September 2021
SPAIN – ENGLAND = 13-0 (9-0, 4-0)
Spain: Jurado, Cervera E, Saavedra, Curtiellas, Moncusi – Copa, Martin (C), Jansa, Mir, Miro – Coach: Cortijo
England: Allen, Richards, Swabey, Adams, Allard – Aaltonen (C), Oakley, Osborne, Lawler, Holmes – Coach: Amaral
Scorers: 1p: 7’02” Jansa (S), 8’19” Cervera (S), 10’07” Saavedra (S), 11’36” Saavedra (S), 16’21” Jansa (S), 18’53” Martin (S), 18’23” Martin (d.s.) (S), 19’30” Moncusi (S) – 2p: 2’20” Saavedra (S), 10’08” Curtiellas (S), 11’14” Saavedra (S), 12’50” Mir (S), 13’16” Moncusi (S)

ANDORRA – ITALY = 0-9 (0-4, 0-5)
Andorra: Beal, Y.Hernandez, Bover, Farrero (C), Solanes – B.Hernandez, Sanchez, Buen, Aviles, Torrebadella – Coach: Umbert
Italy: Taiti, Uva, Bozzetto, Tognacca, Marchetti (C) – Pesavento, Colamaria, Turturro, Piccoli, Mechini – Coach: Giudice
Scorers: 1p: 0’25” Marchetti (I), 10’55” Bozzetto (I), 14’17” Colamaria (pen) (I), 14’54” Piccoli (I) – 2p: 2’18” Pesavento (I), 9’59” Turturro (I), 12’27” Colamaria (I), 16’30” Piccoli (I), 19’50” Piccoli (I)

FRANCE – PORTUGAL = 2-9 (1-4, 1-5)
France: Anouar (C), Gomes, Avondo, Barois, Allanic – Husson, Cuvellier, Teixeira, Gelebart, Oliviero – Coach: F. Savreux
Portugal: Nogueira, Pereira (C), Felipe, Oliveira, Moreira – Azevedo, Duarte, Costa, Chumbinho, Estarreja – Coach: Ferrao
Scorers: 1p: 0’37” Chumbinho (P), 4’56” Barois (F), 7’34” Oliveira (P), 11’25” Moreira (P), 17’15” Pereira (P) – 2p: 0’23” Moreira (P), 0’43” Azevedo (P), 8’30” Oliveira (P), 6’28” Barois (pen) (F), 9’00” Costa (P), 17’51” Oliveira (P)
Penalties: 1p: 10’01” Costa (2′) (P)

UNDER 19 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP – 2nd Matchday – 8th September 2021
ENGLAND – SPAIN = 2-5 (0-1, 2-4)
England: Emery-webber, Dickin P, Owen, Berry, Dickin M – Dugdale (C), Donovan, Lander, Redpath, Simpson – Coach: Amaral
Spain: Codony, Cervera N, Domenech, Wally, Pascual – COviedo, Aguilera, Autet, Verdu’, Sanchez – Coach: Macià
Scorers: 1p: 10’20” Cervera (S) – 2p: 0’10” Dickin M (E), 3’42” Domenech (S), 9’40” Berry (d.s.) (E), 15’48” Autet (S), 22’20” Aguilera (S), 24’51” Wally (S)

ITALY – PORTUGAL = 2-8 (0-5, 2-3)
Italy: Fongaro, Agostini, Busani (C), Cardella, Cabiddu – Biasini, Cannato, Maldini Amatulli, Vecchi – Coach: Bertolucci
Portugal: Bento, Honorio, Miranda (C), Henriques, Silva -Ramalho, Sanches, Martins, Leite, Seixas – Coach: Vaz
Scorers: 1p: 8’07” Silva (P), 11’56” Honorio (P), 20’12” Silva (P), 23’24” Silva (S), 24’09” Honorio (dir.shot) (P) – 2p: 4’55” Leite (P), 11’19” Maldini (I), 14’17” Cabiddu (I), 16’00” Ramalho (P), 24’22 Henriques (P)
Penalties: 1p: 23’24” Fongaro (2′) (I), 24’09” Biasini (2′) (I)

LIVE COVERAGE
The new WEBTV of World Skate Europe. will be broadcasted by http://europe.worldskate.tv with the portuguese voice of Josè Santos. The TV production is assigned to the crew of Hoqueipatins.pt, Pedro Cabral and Bruno Soares with their 10 cameras in entire the rink. After every match will be broadcasted also the press conferences. The live events will be streamed also by the Portuguese Federation ( tv.fpp.pt) and Italian Federation ( hockeypista.fisrtv.it ). FEPTV follow the Eurochamps in their platform feptv.es 
After the matches, you will find the Highlights in our WebTV and also in our new Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/c/EURORINKHOCKEYTV
 

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-rinkhockey.org/eurou17 and www.wseurope-rinkhockey.org/eurou19 and the official photos of Antonio Lopes. In our Social Networks will be added special content from the rink.

Every Match will be covered from our OFFICIAL LIVESCORING in multi-language with all the official statistics during the games.

OFFICIAL HASHTAGS -> #okeurou17 #okeurou19 #okparedes

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/okeurou172021-Photos and http://bit.ly/okeurou192021-Photos
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/okeurou17-Videos and http://bit.ly/okeurou19-Videos

 

Schedule – Pavilhao Municipal de Paredes
Tuesday 7th September 2021 (local time: Greenwich time, +1 Central Europe Time)
Under 17 – 1st matchday

h 11 – France x Spain = 0-9
h 15 – Italy x England = 14-1
h 17 – Portugal x Andorra = 16-0

Under 19 – 1st matchday
h 19 – Spain x Italy = 2-1
h 21 – Portugal x England = 12-0

Wednesday 8th September 2021 (local time: Greenwich time, +1 Central Europe Time)
Under 17 – 2nd matchday

h 11 – Spain x England = 13-0
h 15 – Andorra x Italy = 0-9
h 17 – France x Portugal = 9-2
STANDING: Portugal 6 points (+23), Italy 6 points (+22), Spain 6 points (+22)
Under 19 – 2nd matchday
h 19 – England x Spain = 2-5
h 21 – Italy x Portugal = 2-8
STANDING: Portugal 6 points (+18), Spain 6 points (+4), Italy 3 (-7), England 0 (-15)

Thursday 9th September 2021 (local time: Greenwich time, +1 Central Europe Time)
Under 17 – 3rd matchday

h 11 – Andorra x Spain
h 15 – France x England
h 17 – Portugal x Italy
Under 19 – 3rd matchday
h 19 – Italy x England
h 21 – Portugal x Spain

Friday 10th September 2021 (local time: Greenwich time, +1 Central Europe Time)
Under 17 – 4th matchday

h 11 – France x Andorra
h 15 – Spain x Italy
h 17 – England x Portugal
Under 19 – Semifinals
Semifinal #2 – h 19 – 2nd Group x 3rd Group
Semifinal #1 – h 21 – 1st Group x 4th Group

Saturday 11th September 2021 (local time: Greenwich time, +1 Central Europe Time)
Under 17 – 5th matchday

h 11 – Italy x France
h 15 – England x Andorra
h 17 – Portugal x Spain
Under 19
Final 3rd-4th place – Looser Semifinal #1 x Looser Semifinal #2
Final 1st-2nd place – Winner Semifinal #1 x Winner Semifinal #2

HISTORY EURO UNDER 17
YEAR    WINNER
1981    PORTUGAL
1982    ITALY
1983    ITALY
1984    ITALY
1985    PORTUGAL
1986    PORTUGAL
1987    PORTUGAL
1988    ITALY
1989    PORTUGAL
1990    SPAIN
1991    SPAIN
1992    ITALY
1993    SPAIN
1994    SPAIN
1995    SPAIN
1996    SPAIN
1997    SPAIN
1998    PORTUGAL
1999    PORTUGAL
2000    PORTUGAL
2001    SPAIN
2002    SPAIN
2003    SPAIN
2004    SPAIN
2005    PORTUGAL
2006    SPAIN
2007    SPAIN
2008    PORTUGAL
2009    PORTUGAL
2010    SPAIN
2011    SPAIN
2012    SPAIN
2013    PORTUGAL
2014    ITALY
2015    PORTUGAL
2016    SPAIN
2017    PORTUGAL
2018    SPAIN
2019    SPAIN

RECORDS
SPAIN: 19 – last: 2019
PORTUGAL: 14 – last: 2017
ITALY: 6 – last: 2014
    
HISTORY EURO UNDER 19
YEAR    WINNER
1953    PORTUGAL
55-56    SPAIN
1957    SPAIN
1960    PORTUGAL
1962    SPAIN
1964    SPAIN
1966    SPAIN
1968    SPAIN
1969    PORTUGAL
1970    PORTUGAL
1971    PORTUGAL
1972    SPAIN
1973    SPAIN
1975    PORTUGAL
1976    PORTUGAL
1977    ITALY
1978    SPAIN
1979    SPAIN
1980    PORTUGAL
1981    SPAIN
1982    ITALY
1983    ITALY
1984    SPAIN
1985    ITALY
1986    ITALY
1987    SPAIN
1988    ITALY
1989    SPAIN
1990    ITALY
1991    ITALY
1992    PORTUGAL
1993    PORTUGAL
1994    PORTUGAL
1995    SPAIN
1996    SPAIN
1997    SPAIN
1998    SPAIN
1999    SPAIN
2000    PORTUGAL
2001    SPAIN
2002    SPAIN
2003    PORTUGAL
2004    SPAIN
2005    PORTUGAL
2006    SPAIN
2008    PORTUGAL
2010    PORTUGAL
2012    PORTUGAL
2014    PORTUGAL
2016    PORTUGAL
2018    SPAIN

RECORDS
SPAIN: 24 – last: 2018
PORTUGAL: 19 – last: 2016
ITALY: 8 – last: 1991