Photo by ZH: Swiss team qualified for EMTC17
Five teams qualify for final stage in Lubin, 2017
Date: 11/14/2016 11:40 AM
Published by : Emma Lollike
Five qualification groups have been conducted during this past weekend. As a matter of fact, the last match was settled only late last night.

The teams that were foreseen to qualify, delivered and can look forward to joining the seven already qualified teams in Poland, February 15-19, next year.

The only exception, were, though, to be found in group 4, where Switzerland managed to beat Scotland in the ‘final’ of the group. The Swiss team won the group qualification, even though the seeded Scottish team managed to equalize the score before the last match, had to face up to the fact that it was not enough. 

Winner of Group 1 - France

France 5-0 Luxembourg
France 4-1 Israel
France 4-1 Czech Republic

Find a photo album from the days in Karvina here
Click here for final results of Group 1.

Winner of Group 2 – Bulgaria

Bulgaria 5-0 Faroe Islands
Bulgaria 5-0 Lithuania
Bulgaria 3-2 Estonia

See photos from Sofia by clicking here.
Click here for final results of Group 2.

Winner of Group 3 – Ireland

Ireland 5-0 Norway
Ireland 4-1 Hungary
Ireland 3-2 Austria

Mark Phelan covered the event, go to the latest album on Facebook by clicking here.
Find final results of Group 3 here.

Winner of Group 4 – Switzerland

Slovenia 1-4 Switzerland 
Latvia      0-5 Switzerland
Scotland 2-3 Switzerland

Photos from the weekend in Medvode, can be found here.
Find results from Group 4 here.

Winner of Group 5 – Sweden

Sweden 5-0 Slovakia
Sweden 5-0 Portugal
Sweden 4-1 Finland

See photos in Facebook by clicking here.
Find results from Group 5 here. 

The list of countries that are playing in the final stage of the 2017 European Mixed Team Championships:

Poland (hosting)


Find information about the event in Lubin, February 14-19, by clicking here.

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