Sunday will start Under 17 European Championship in Torres Vedras

The 38th edition of European Championship Under 17 is ready to start in Torres Vedras for the first time. The latest edition in Correggio (Italy) has won by Spain against Portugal in a tough match, scored for 5 to 4: in that occasion third place for France, fourth for Italy. An exciting game where Portugal was surprised from the return of Spain with a goal on the 34 seconds to the end of Llenas, after the advantage for most the match. Portugal and Spain are always the favourites of the tournament because they won twice in the last four years.

The 38th edition will be played in Pavilhao da Fisica de Torres Vedras (700 seats), with a rink of 40×20 m in parquet floor. Portuguese Federation (FPP) will organize this event that will consist of nine teams, Andorra, England, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Portugal, Spain and Switzerland. The opening ceremony will be held on Sunday at 20.00  and then will be played the fourth match with the debut of the home team against Germany. Four days of matches in a round-robin with four games every day (15, 17, 19, 21 hours only the first day 14, 16, 18, 21): the group A will play two more matchdays because it composed of 5 teams.  After the qualification phase, the teams will be divided into two groups: the first two of each group in the final round (Group C), the other teams in the round for determinating the places from 5 to 9 (Group D). Both will play from Thursday to Saturday with 6 games a day.

TRAINING SESSION

On Saturday will take place the “training sessions” for adaptation to the rink by the following participating teams:

10.00 – Portugal
10.30 – Andorra
11.30 – Italy
12.00 – Germany
15.30 – Switzerland
16.00 – England
16.30 – Israel
17.00 – France
Sunday at 10.00 – Spain

TEAM ROSTERS

AndorraEnglandFranceGermanyIsraelItalyPortugalSpainSwitzerland


REFEREES DESIGNATED

For the matches to be played in this event, the designated the following European International Referees:

 

Ulderico
Barbarisi
(IT)
Florindo
Cardoso
(PT)
Roland
Eggimann
(SWI)
Loic
Le Menn
(FR)
Paulo
Rainha
(PT)
Isaac
Sanz
(SP)
Thomas
Ullrich
(DE)
Karl
Wilson
(ENG)

 

Florindo Caroso and Paulo Rainha from Federation of Portugal;
Ulderico Barbarisi Federation of Italy;
Isac Sanz from Federation of Spain; 
Loic Le Menn from Federation of France;
Thomas Ullrich from Federation of Germany;
Roland Eggimann from Federation of Switzerland;
Karl Wilson from Federation of England;

LIVE BROADCAST

All the 32 matches will be broadcasted live on our NEW WEBTV (www.cers-rinkhockey.tv) with the commentary of Jose Santos, Susana Pandavenes and Stefano Zamperin. The coverage will be extended, in final phase, with live interviews after the match with the coaches. The TV Producers of the tournament will be Pedro Cabral and Bruno Soares from Azores (aka Hoqueipatins.pt), a great professional service for rinkhockey, already producers of Female 2018, U20 2016 & 2018, U17 2017 and others.
All the italian matches will be broadcasted live on MediaSportChannel, Italian TV Channel.

All the match will be available, through Podcasting, also in our Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/cersrinkhockeytv

SPECIAL COVERAGE FOR WSEUROPE-RINKHOCKEY WEBSITE

WSE-RH will follow entirely the 39th edition with a special coverage in social network and in the section of Euro U17 www.wseurope-rinkhockey.org/eurou17

Every Match will be covered from our OFFICIAL LIVESCORING in English and Spanish languages with all the official statistics and event during the game. 

OFFICIAL HASHTAG #okeurou17 #oktorresvedras

OFFICIAL SCHEDULE

Qualification Phase
1st Matchday
1 September 2019  – 14:00 – Group A – Match #01 – ITALY x ANDORRA
1 September 2019  – 16:00 – Group B – Match #02 – FRANCE x SWITZERLAND 
1 September 2019  – 18:00 – Group A – Match #03 – SPAIN x ENGLAND 
1 September 2019  – 20:00 – OPENING CERIMONY 
1 September 2019  – 21:00 – Group B – Match #04 – PORTUGAL x GERMANY

2nd Matchday
2 September 2019 – 15:00 – Group A – Match #05 – ITALY x ISRAEL
2 September 2019 – 17:00 – Group B – Match #06 – FRANCE x GERMANY
2 September 2019 – 19:00 – Group A – Match #07 – SPAIN x ANDORRA
2 September 2019 – 21:00 – Group B – Match #08 – PORTUGAL x SWITZERLAND

3rd Matchday
3 September 2019 – 15:00 – Group A – Match #09 – ISRAEL x ANDORRA
3 September 2019 – 17:00 – Group B – Match #10 – SWITZERLAND x GERMANY
3 September 2019 – 19:00 – Group A – Match #11 – ITALY x ENGLAND
3 September 2019 – 21:00 – Group B – Match #12 – FRANCE x PORTUGAL

4th Matchday 
4 September 2019 – 09:00 – Group A – Match #13 – ENGLAND x ANDORRA
4 September 2019 – 11:00 – Group B – Match #14 – SPAIN x ISRAEL

5th Matchday
4 September 2019 – 19:00 – Group A – Match #15 – ISRAEL x ENGLAND 
4 September 2019 – 21:00 – Group B – Match #16 – SPAIN x ITALY

Final phase
1st Matchday
5 September 2019 – 09:00 – Group D – Match #17 – 3rd Group B x 5th Group A 
5 September 2019 – 11:00 – Group D – Match #18 – 3rd Group A x 4th Group B
5 September 2019 – 15:00 – Group D – Match #19 – 4th Group A x 3rd Group B
5 September 2019 – 17:00 – Group C – Match #20 – 1st Group B x 2nd Group A
5 September 2019 – 19:00 – Group D – Match #21 – 5th Group A x 3rd Group A
5 September 2019 – 21:00 – Group C – Match #22 – 1st Group A x 2nd Group B

2nd Matchday
6 September 2019 – 09:00 – Group D – Match #23 – 5th Group A x 4th Group A
6 September 2019 – 11:00 – Group D – Match #24 – 3rd Group B x 4th Group B
6 September 2019 – 15:00 – Group D – Match #25 – 3rd Group A x 4th Group A
6 September 2019 – 17:00 – Group C – Match #26 – 1st Group A x 2nd Group A
6 September 2019 – 19:00 – Group D – Match #27 – 4th Group B x 5th Group A
6 September 2019 – 21:00 – Group C – Match #28 – 1st Group B x 2nd Group B

3rd Matchday
7 September 2019 – 15:00 – Group D – Match #29 – 3rd Group B x 3rd Group A
7 September 2019 – 17:00 – Group D – Match #30 – 4th Group B x 4th Group A
7 September 2019 – 19:00 – Group C – Match #31 – 2nd Group A x 2nd Group B
7 September 2019 – 21:00 – Group C – Match #32 – 1st Group A x 1st Group B