Only a tie (1-1) after the early final Portugal-Spain. France beats England 4-2

In the first game, France secured its presence in the Final 3rd-4th place by bending England 4-2. A balanced game where the difference was made by the expert Vanessa Daribo, able to score three goals; the fourth goal French was scored by Riou. England hit two bars before scoring a goal, but also found a second with Megan Todd. Portugal-Spain was also very balanced, a taste of Saturday’s final. 1-1 after the first half and after the end of the match with the goals of Casarramona (Spain) and the young Raquel Santos for home team, supported to almost 500 people in the stands. In the 2nd half, Ferreira did not pass the goalkeeper Ferrer in a direct shot but there are many occasions when the two goalkeepers have made the difference. The balance was maintained throughout the match with several occasions on both sides. At the last minute thrill for Spain, when the goalkeeper lands an opponent: from the penalty shot, however, Ana Catarina fails to score the goal of the game. 
Tomorrow two decisive matches for the final classification and the definition of the two finals on Saturday. Spain against France at 17:30 GMT (18:30 CET) and Italy-England at 20:00 GMT, 21:00 CET. All the matches will be broadcasted live through and for Portugal, for Spain and for Italy and Satellite Free to Air MS Channel (FTA Hotbird).

A picture from Portugal-Spain, Sofia Moncovio (Portugal) and Aina Florenza (Spain)

Today Matches – Thursday 14th October 2021
FRANCE – ENGLAND = 4-2 (1-0, 3-2)
France: Michoud-Goddard, Daribo (C), Abrial, Letin, Paredes – Pereira, Debrouver, Husson, Riou, Buchoux – Coach: Herin
England: Ford, Courtenay-Barrow, Messenger, McCarthy (C), Todd – Middleton, Key, Farragher, Cunninghan, King – Coach: Amaral
Scorers: 1p: 20’15” Daribo (dir.shot) (F) – 2p: 9’58” Riou (F), 13’50” Daribo (dir.shot) (F), 14’32” Todd (E), 17’20” Daribo (F), 20’06” Todd (pen) (E)
Penalties: 1p: 20’13” Key (2′) (E)
Referees: P.Silva (Portugal) and Raul Burgos (Spain)

PORTUGAL – SPAIN = 1-1 (1-1, 0-0)
Portugal: Vieira, Moncovio, Sousa (C), Ferreira, Silva – Batista, Teixeira, Figuereido, Santos – Coach: Antunes
Spain: Vicente, Casarramona (C), Puigdueta, Busquets, Roces – Borras, Florenza, Piquero, Castellvi, Ferrer – Coach: Munoz
Scorers: 1p: 3’47” Casarramona (S), 20’50” R.Santos (P)
Referees: Barbarisi (Italy) and Silecchia (Italy)

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 with the portuguese voice of Josè Santos. The TV production is assigned to the crew of, Pedro Cabral and Bruno Soares with their 8 cameras in entire the rink. After every match will be broadcasted live also the press conferences in the same feed of the game. The live events will be streamed also by the Portuguese Federation ( Spanish Federation ( ) and Italian Federation ( ). For Italy, matches can be viewed through the satellite channel MS Channel (FTA Hotbird 13°E) and cable tv MS Sport.
After the matches, you will find the Highlight, complete matches and press conference in our WebTV and also in our new Youtube Channel


Schedule – Pavilhao Municipal de Luso
Monday 11th October 2021 (local time: Greenwich time, +1 Central Europe Time)
1st matchday
h 17:30 – France x Italy = 0-3
h 20:30 – Portugal x England = 11-0

Tuesday 12th October 2021 (local time: Greenwich time, +1 Central Europe Time)
2nd matchday

h 17:30 – Spain x Italy = 6-0
h 20:00 – France x Portugal = 1-9

Wednesday 13th October 2021 (local time: Greenwich time, +1 Central Europe Time)
3rd matchday

h 17:30 – Spain x England = 13-0
h 20:00 – Portugal x Italy = 3-2

Thursday 14th October 2021 (local time: Greenwich time, +1 Central Europe Time)
4th matchday

h 17:30 – France x England = 4-2
h 20:00 – Portugal x Spain = 1-1
Standing: Portugal 10 points (+20), Spain* 7 points (+19), Italy° 3 points (-4), France* 3 (-10), England* 0 (-24)
* = one match less

Friday 15th October 2021 (local time: Greenwich time, +1 Central Europe Time)
5th matchday

h 17:30 – Spain x France
h 20:00 – Italy x England

Saturday 16th October 2021 (local time: Greenwich time, +1 Central Europe Time)
Final day

h 17:30 – Final 3rd-4th place
h 20:00 – Final 1st-2nd place


1991    ITALY
1993    ITALY
1995    SPAIN
1997    PORTUGAL
1999    PORTUGAL
2001    PORTUGAL
2003    GERMANY
2005    FRANCE
2007    GERMANY
2009    SPAIN
2011    SPAIN
2013    SPAIN
2015    SPAIN
2018    SPAIN

SPAIN: 6 – last: 2018
PORTUGAL: 3 – last: 2001
ITALY: 2 – last: 1993
GERMANY: 2 – last: 2007
FRANCE: 1 – last: 2005

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