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National Championships across Europe this weekend
Date: 2/1/2017 9:22 AM
Published by : Emma Lollike
By Monday, many European member associations will have crowned their new national champions. Throughout Europe, the national championships have been in progress during this week or is starting today. We have tried to gather all the draws, schedules, live scores and live streams below:

Austria
“60. Österreichische Staatsmeisterschaften 2017”
February 3-5
Belgium
“Championnats de Belgique Elites 2017
Belgische Kampioenschappen Elite 2017”
February 4-5
Czech Republic
“MCR dospelych Liberec 2017”
February 3-5
Denmark
“YONEX DM 2017”
February 2-5
Estonia
“Eesti Meistrivõistlused 2017”
February 17-19
Finland
“Suomen mestaruus 2017”
February 3-5
France
“Championnat de France 2017”
Germany
“65. Deutsche Meisterschaften 2017”
February 2-5
Ireland
“Irish National Senior Championships 2017”
February 4-5
Italy
“Campionati Italiani Assoluti 2017”
January 27-29
Latvia
“Latvijas 2017.gada čempionāts”
February 4-5

Luxembourg
“Seniorlandesmeeschterschaft 2017”
February 4-5

Netherlands
“Carlton NK 2017”
February 3-5

Norway

“NM2017“

February3-5

Schedule - Live score - Live stream

 

Scotland
“2017 Yonex Scottish National Championships”
February 3-5

Slovenia
“60. DP 2016-17”
February 4-5

Sweden
“SM Senior 2017”
February 3-5

Switzerland
“CSE - SME 2017”
January 21-22, February 4-5

Wales
“Yonex Welsh National Championships”
January 14

Ukraine

“Чемпионат Украины - Chempionat Ukrainy”

February 1-4

Schedule

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