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EPBF Championship Men`s 2012

 

Everyone on the site was waiting for the Championship......... while the National teams players were busy with their Millennium Series games, spectators and fans started their preparations well in advance. The conversations were about the most famous players, for what countries they played and who were the favourites for the Championships.


Fans kept their support hidden until the call for the National teams to be ready for their introduction to the crowds. Right after that spectators really got behind their teams with large and small national flags, inflatable sticks, funny hats, glasses, wigs, and the grandstands became awash with colour!

Top prize for the most magnificent decorations must go to the Irish fans!


21 National teams, dressed in their national jerseys, were presented to the crowd. Anthems were played, flags were waved and spectators joined in with the singing to show their support. A moment that each player will definitely remember!

Two days of the Championship flew by. Many times the grandstands exploded with cheers and countries names were chanted over and over at times of great play. Spectators witnessed the joys of victory, the sadness in defeat, the disappointment and moments of pure national pride. This is all but memories now for the players, but the winners are written in the Championship history!

When the winners lifted the European Champions Cup for Russia, it was an undoubted triumph for Maxim Preobrazhenskiy, who became the winner of the European trophy as coach. Russia overcame Great Britain, last years Champions, in an exciting Final but the defining matches were the Semi-finals featuring two of history's most famous games: Great Britain against France, and Russia against Germany.

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 and to the spectators!


Also we are grateful to the Millennium Series for the support provided for the European Championship organization.

 

EVENT RESULTS:

 

The European 2012 Champion - Russian Men National team

 

Second place - Great Britain Men National team

 

Third place - French Men National team

 

Forth place - German Men National team

 

5th place - Norwegian Men National team

 

6th place - Ukrainian Men National team

 

7th place - Dutch Men National team

 

8th place - Austrian Men National team

 

9th place - Latvian Men National team

 

10th place - Lithuanian Men National team

 

11th place - Belgian Men National team

 

12th place - Portuguese Men National team

 

13th place - Czech Men National team


 

14th place - Cyprus Men National team


 

15th place - Danish Men National team


 

16th place - Irish Men National team


 

17th place - Swiss Men National team


 

18th place - Polish Men National team


 

19th place - Turkish Men National team


 

20th place - Italian Men National team


 

21th place - Greek Men National team

 

 

Participating conditions

EPBF-affiliated National Federations:
- event registration fee - 300 EUR;
- teams receive 12 national teams jerseys (players names and numbers are customized) free of charge* from the EPBF official Supplier - Maxsimum company.

*National Federations receive 12 jerseys for free if they buy 15 National teams jerseys at 35 EUR.



Non-affiliated National Federations:

- event registration fee - 750 EUR;
- teams receive 12 national teams jerseys (players names and numbers are customized) free of charge* from the EPBF official Supplier - Maxsimum company.

*National Federations receive 12 jerseys for free if they buy 15 National teams jerseys at 35 EUR.

 

Registration will be closed in 4 weeks before the event, to give the National Federations a time to order National teams jerseys and for other tournament questions.

 

Tournament regulations

Participants: National teams only, consisting of players from that nationality, but from different club teams.
No age limit.
Format: Race to 4.
Roster: 12 players (only 10 per game allowed).

Qualification system:

  • top 8 ranked teams in 2011 ranking among the EPBF affiliated countries (National Federation of that country was to affiliate with EPBF in 2011)
  • 8 teams are to be qualified after the qualification games

2 games Minimum. Teams which will lose their first game, will have to play a 2nd game for ranking purpose for 2013.

 

Special conditions for National teams jerseys

All the jerseys in 2012 must be numbered with the squad numbers. Numbers must be placed on the back (large size) and on the sleeve (small size). The official jerseys template will be represented later.

National Federations can decide to print players names on the jerseys as well, but only if it corresponds with official jerseys template.

Teams are responsible for contacting with Maximum directly about jerseys producing. If any team does not like the jersey design offered by Maximum, they can ask about small design changes, but not about total changes.

If any National Federation wants to buy some national team jerseys extras, they should contact Maximum directly about the price.

 

For more information contact Victoria Sarantseva - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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