2008 FINA Women's Water Polo World League

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The 2008 FINA Women's Water Polo World League was the fifth edition of the event, organised by the world's governing body in aquatics, the FINA. After three preliminary rounds the Super Final was held in Santa Cruz del Tenerife, Spain from June 10 to June 15, 2008.

Preliminary round[edit]

Americas[edit]

 Canada and  United States qualified without qualification tournament.

Asia/Oceania[edit]

Team Pts G W L
1  Australia 10 4 4 0
2  China 8 4 2 2
3  Japan 0 4 0 4

May 20

China  23 – 5  Japan

May 21

China  9 – 11 (p)  Australia

May 22

Japan  4 – 17  Australia

May 23

China  21 – 4  Japan

May 24

China  10 – 11 (p)  Australia

May 25

Japan  3 – 19  Australia

Europe[edit]

Team Pts G W L
1  Russia 18 6 6 0
2  Greece 12 6 4 2
3  Spain 4 6 1 5
4  Italy 2 6 1 5
  • Spain qualified as the hosting nation of the Super Final

May 23

Russia  8 – 7  Greece
Italy  15 – 13 (p)  Spain

May 24

Spain  8 – 11  Russia
Greece  9 – 8  Italy

May 25

Greece  11 – 6  Spain
Italy  6 – 13  Russia

May 30

Italy  7 – 10  Spain
Greece  6 – 14  Russia

May 31

Greece  10 – 8  Italy
Russia  19 – 10  Spain

June 1

Italy  8 – 16  Russia
Greece  13 – 8  Spain

Super Final[edit]

Preliminary[edit]

Team Pts G W L
1  United States 15 5 5 0
2  Russia 10 5 3 2
3  Australia 8 5 3 2
4  Canada 6 5 2 3
5  Spain 5 5 2 3
6  China 1 5 0 5

June 10

Australia  9 – 10  United States
Canada  7 – 15  Russia
Spain  10 – 9 (p)  China

June 11

United States  10 – 6  Russia
Australia  10 – 8  China
Spain  12 – 10  Canada

June 12

Canada  7 – 6  Australia
China  8 – 12  United States
Spain  9 – 15  Russia

June 13

Canada  5 – 6  United States
China  8 – 10  Russia
Spain  7 – 11  Australia

June 14

China  5 – 8  Canada
Russia  13 – 14 (p)  Australia
Spain  9 – 11  United States

5th place match[edit]

June 15

Spain  5 – 7  China

Bronze medal match[edit]

June 15

Australia  7 – 6  Canada

Gold medal match[edit]

June 15

United States  7 – 8  Russia

Final ranking[edit]

References[edit]