Events

30 teams entered European U15 Championships
Date: 1/8/2014 3:16 PM
Published by : Manuel Røsler

Alongside the 2014 European Men’s and Women’s Team Championships in Basel (11 -16 February), the 1st European U15 Championships will take place from 14 to 16 February in the St. Jakobshalle. 30 countries have entered the competition (see all entered teams below).

157 players (78 girls and 79 boys) will fight for the European U15 crown in the five categories (54 men’s singles; 53 woman’s singles, 23 men’s doubles, 24 women’s doubles and 41 mixed doubles). Semi-finals and Finals will be played on Sunday, 16 February. The detailed schedule will be announced soon. The entire tournament can be followed via live scoring on tournamentsoftware.com.

“Kids can play next to their idols”

“We are glad that 30 countries will come to Basel to take part in the first European U15 Championships. We felt it was the right time to introduce an official European Championships for that age group. Therefore we are happy that our idea - to play the junior event alongside a big international team event - has been taken very well by our Member Associations. The kids can play next to their idols”, said Peter Tarcala, Badminton Europe Director for Sport.

The entered countries for Basel are:

Armenia
Austria
Belgium
Belarus
Bulgaria
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
England
Spain
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Russia
Scotland
Slovenia
Serbia
Switzerland
Slovakia
Sweden
Turkey
Ukraine

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