2019 EUROPEAN MIXED TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS                                                                               COPENHAGEN - DENMARK

     





 
TECHNICAL OFFICIALS
Referees:
Ian Ross, ENG
Svend Arleth, DEN

The selected umpires can be seen here 

The umpire briefing will be held in Scandic Hotel on Tuesday 12 February 2019 at 21.00

PRESS ACCREDITATION
All media and press can request their accreditation through this link.

PREVIOUS HOSTS
2017: Lubin (Poland)
2015: 
Leuven (Belgium)
2013: 
Ramenskoe (Russia)
2011:
 Amsterdam (Netherlands)
2009: Liverpool (England)
2008: Herning (Denmark)

 
SCHEDULE
The 2019 European Mixed Team Championships is played as per the following confirmed schedule:

Wednesday 13 February -
14,00 / 18,00 (Group matches)

Thursday 14 February -
14,00 / 18,00 (Group matches)

Friday 15 February - 
14,00 / 18,00 (Group matches, followed by the draw for the final stage)

Saturday 16 February - 
10,00 / 14,00 (Semi Finals) (TV-coverage)

Sunday 17 February - 
14,00 (Final) (TV-coverage)

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General Information
The European Mixed Team Championships is played in February in uneven years. The event officially crowns the best national team in Europe.

The 8 best teams in Europe will be competing for the title as "European Champions" 13-17 February 2019 in Denmark's capital, Copenhagen.

The group matches will be played over three days, with the semi finals and final being played the following two days.

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The qualification stage was played from 6 to 9 December 2018 - on 7 different locations around Europe (pending the amount of entries). The winners from each qualification group will join the reigning champions, and hosts, Denmark, at the final stage.

The qualifications were held in:
Group 1 - England (England won)
Group 2 - Moldova (Russia won)
Group 3 - Portugal (Netherlands won)
Group 4 - France (France won)
Group 5 - Germany (Germany won)
Group 6 - Poland (Spain won)
Group 7 - Bulgaria (Ireland won)
 
Here you will be able download other relevant documents for the event:

Regulations 
Hotel reservation 
Accreditation requests  

The team managers' meeting will be held in Scandic Hotel on Tuesday 12 February 2019 at 20.00.

SEEDING / DRAW 
The seeding and the draw for the final stage was done live on Thursday 13 December 2018 at 14.00 (video below).
Click here to see the draw