2007 FINA Men's Water Polo World League

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The 2007 FINA Men's Water Polo World League was the sixth edition of the annual event, organised by the world's governing body in aquatics, the FINA. After six preliminary rounds the Super Final was held in Berlin, Germany from August 7 to August 12, 2007.

Preliminary round[edit]

Asia/Oceania[edit]

Team Points G W D L GF GA Diff
1.  Australia 12 4 4 0 0 55 24 +31
2.  China 6 4 2 0 2 34 43 –9
3.  Japan 0 4 0 0 4 26 48 –22
  • July 3, 2007
China  10 – 8  Japan
  • July 4, 2007
China  5 – 17  Australia
  • July 5, 2007
Japan  8 – 12  Australia
  • July 6, 2007
China  11 – 7  Japan
  • July 7, 2007
China  8 – 11  Australia
  • July 8, 2007
Japan  3 – 15  Australia

Europe I[edit]

Team Points G W D L GF GA Diff
1.  Serbia 21 8 7 0 1 102 64 +38
2.  Montenegro 18 8 6 0 2 93 67 +26
3.  Italy 12 8 4 0 4 89 90 –1
4.  Germany 6 8 2 0 6 60 89 –29
5.  Greece 3 8 1 0 7 52 86 –34
  • Germany qualified as the hosting nation of the Super Final
  • July 4, 2007
Italy  13 – 11  Montenegro
Serbia  13 – 5  Greece
  • July 5, 2007
Montenegro  14 – 6  Greece
Serbia  12 – 6  Germany
  • July 6, 2007
Italy  9 – 7  Germany
Serbia  12 – 11  Montenegro
  • July 7, 2007
Montenegro  11 – 5  Germany
Italy  10 – 9  Greece
  • July 8, 2007
Greece  4 – 5  Germany
Serbia  15 – 11  Italy
  • July 18, 2007
Germany  7 – 12  Greece
Italy  9 – 10  Serbia
  • July 19, 2007
Greece  5 – 17  Serbia
Montenegro  12 – 11  Italy
  • July 20, 2007
Greece  3 – 11  Montenegro
Serbia  13 – 5  Germany
  • July 21, 2007
Serbia  10 – 12  Montenegro
Italy  17 – 18  Germany
  • July 22, 2007
Montenegro  11 – 7  Germany
Italy  9 – 8  Greece

Europe II[edit]

Team Points G W D L GF GA Diff
1.  Hungary 24 8 8 0 0 110 56 +54
2.  Romania 12 8 4 0 4 67 78 –11
3.  Spain 9 8 3 0 5 58 67 –9
4.  Croatia 9 8 3 0 5 71 87 –16
5.  Russia 6 8 2 0 6 61 79 –18
  • July 4, 2007
Russia  3 – 6  Spain
Hungary  16 – 10  Romania
  • July 5, 2007
Russia  7 – 11  Croatia
Hungary  12 – 9  Spain
  • July 6, 2007
Romania  9 – 8  Russia
Spain  6 – 8  Croatia
  • July 7, 2007
Hungary  15 – 6  Croatia
Spain  8 – 7  Romania
  • July 8, 2007
Croatia  14 – 11  Romania
Hungary  15 – 7  Russia
  • July 18, 2007
Russia  6 – 7  Romania
Spain  4 – 8  Hungary
  • July 19, 2007
Spain  10 – 11  Russia
Romania  8 – 6  Croatia
  • July 20, 2007
Romania  6 – 17  Hungary
Russia  14 – 8  Croatia
  • July 21, 2007
Croatia  9 – 14  Hungary
Spain  3 – 9  Romania
  • July 22, 2007
Russia  5 – 13  Hungary
Spain  12 – 9  Croatia



Super Final[edit]

Teams[edit]

Squads[edit]

 Australia[edit]

 Canada[edit]

 China[edit]

 Germany[edit]

 Hungary[edit]

 Romania[edit]

 Serbia[edit]

 United States[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Points G W D L GF GA Diff
1.  Serbia 9 3 3 0 0 50 17 +33
2.  Romania 6 3 2 0 1 28 34 –6
3.  United States 3 3 1 0 2 27 31 –4
4.  China 0 3 0 0 3 17 40 –23
  • August 7, 2007
United States  3 – 13  Serbia
China  7 – 8  Romania
  • August 8, 2007
Romania  9 – 17  Serbia
United States  12 – 7  China
  • August 9, 2007
United States  10 – 11  Romania
China  3 – 20  Serbia

Group B[edit]

Team Points G W D L GF GA Diff
1.  Hungary 9 3 3 0 0 42 22 +20
2.  Germany 6 3 2 0 1 35 30 +5
3.  Australia 3 3 1 0 2 32 40 –8
4.  Canada 0 3 0 0 3 25 42 –17
  • August 7, 2007
Australia  8 – 15  Hungary
 Canada 8 – 13 Germany 
  • August 8, 2007
 Hungary 7 – 5 Germany 
 Canada 8 – 9 Australia 
  • August 9, 2007
Australia  15 – 17 Germany 
 Canada 9 – 20  Hungary

Quarterfinals[edit]

  • August 10, 2007
Australia  9 – 6  Romania
China  6 – 13  Hungary
Germany  9 – 3  United States
Serbia  10 – 6  Canada

Semifinals[edit]

  • August 11, 2007
Canada  5 – 11  United States
China  10 – 13  Romania


Serbia  8 – 7  Germany
Hungary  16 – 7  Australia

Finals[edit]

  • August 12, 2007 — Seventh place
Canada  12 – 11  China
  • August 12, 2007 — Fifth place
United States  9 – 6  Romania
  • August 12, 2007 — Third place
Germany  6 – 7  Australia
  • August 12, 2007 — First place
Serbia  9 – 6  Hungary

Final ranking[edit]


Serbia qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, PR China

References[edit]