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2015 European Veterans Championship



National teams with players ranging in age 40 years and older entered European Championship Veterans on 27-28 March 2015 in Puget-sur-Argens in southeastern France, close to the French Riviera.

Veterans Championships are an opportunity for people from different countries to connect in a  place where sports stories and legends are made and where memorable moments occur. The sport of Paintball is something wonderful, however one must always bear in mind that veterans competitions are not only forums where participants compete and test their abilities, but also refresh their memory, meet old sports friends and challenge the limits of the possible.


This year Championship Veterans had assembled a record number of participants – 10 National teams.


The teams were placed in two groups of four teams each, to play the remaining three in their group. The two best-placed teams from each group advanced to the Semifinals.

Besides sitting in the busy grandstands and watching live games, everyone could follow the high quality live streaming of the Championships on the CPL field via the Paintball Media webcast (www.paintballwebcast.com).


The temperature in an already warm Puget reached unbelievable heights on the final day at the European Veterans Championship. The battles for top places at the medal rostrum brought the best from already inspired competitors and we witnessed some great matches before the curtain came down. 


In Puget at the European Championship for Veterans it was the French team who was on form, brushing aside their opponents in front of their excited spectators. While waiting for the final game, French and British Veterans would have heard the cheers from the crowded stands. The final day produced a few upsets, especially for Norway and Russia, struggling to take bronze.


France turned out to be the undisputed “No. 1”, followed by Great Britain. Norway finished fourth, leaving Russia third on the podium.


Cheering of the Winners on the podium wasn`t the final step of this year Championship. There was a Poster Signing Ceremony organized for the Veterans Winners in Basildon, during the European Championship Men`s. Because of the domestic location, we had the Runners-up in a full squad – Great Britain National team signing posters with their pictures on it! Every fan of the Great Britain Veterans team was happy having the signed poster from their favorite team.


We will keep this tradition in the future, giving more fun to the spectators and honoring our Winners!

We would like to congratulate all the participants, the National Teams and all the National Federations that were involved in the organization. Thanks must go to the Euroref guys for all their hard work, and those who helped to produce the very best paintball atmospheres – the spectators! And also we are grateful to Millennium Series for their help in organisation of such wonderful event!





 The Champion - French National team

 Runners Up - Great Britain National team

 3rd place - Russian National team

 4th place - Norwegian National team

 5th place - Latvian National team

  6th place - German National team

 7th place - Polish National team

 8th place - Dutch National team

 9th place - Ukrainian National team

 10th place - Italian National team 


Participating conditions

EPBF-affiliated National Federations:

- event registration fee - 500 EUR

Non-affiliated National Federations:
- event registration fee - 750 EUR


Jerseys condition

All the National team`s players should wear the same design jerseys. Players are allowed to use jerseys from 2012-2014 years.

Players can order the National teams jerseys from any manufacturers they like. The National teams jerseys should meet the requirements of 2014 National Jersey Template.

National teams without National teams jerseys will not be allowed to play.


Tournament regulations

Participants: Players aged 40 and older.
Age limit: 1975 and earlier.
Teams limit: 8 teams. If registered more then 8, the qualification system will be applied.
Format: Race to 4.
Roster: 12 players (only 10 per game allowed).
Qualification system: Direct Elimination.

2 games Minimum. Teams which will lose their first game, will have to play a 2nd game for ranking purpose for 2016.

The European Referee organization Euroref will provide referees for this event.

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