2012 EU Cup Australian rules football

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7th EU Cup - Aussie Rules
- Edinburgh 2012 -
Teams 18
Host Scotland Edinburgh
Date 22 September
Podium
Champions Gold medal blank.svg
Runners-up Silver medal blank.svg
Third place Bronze medal blank.svg
Fourth place
Republic of Ireland Ireland
Denmark Denmark
England England
Italy Italy

The 2012 Euro Cup of Australian rules football was a 9-a-side Footy tournament held in Edinburgh (Scotland) on September 22, 2012, with 16 national men's teams and two women's teams.[1] The men's tournament was won by Ireland who defeated Denmark in the Grand Final by 1 point to claim its second EU Cup Championship.[2] Denmark's Aksel Bang was named Player of the Tournament and was the Leading Goal Kicker.[3]

Venue[edit]

Matches were played at Peffermill Fields at the University of Edinburgh in Edinburgh.

Teams[edit]

[4]

William Wallace Group
Croatia Croatia
France France
Austria Austria
Sweden Sweden
Andy Murray Group
England England
Scotland Scotland
Denmark Denmark
Norway Norway
Chris Hoy Group
Italy Italy
Wales Wales
Germany Germany
Iceland Iceland
Sean Connery Group
Republic of Ireland Ireland
Spain Spain
Finland Finland
Czech Republic Czech Republic
Women's
Republic of Ireland Ireland
European Union European Crusaders

Pools round[edit]

William Wallace Group[edit]

Team Score Team Score
Croatia Croatia 3.8 (26) Austria Austria 0.3 (3)
France France (9) Sweden Sweden (17)
Austria Austria 0.1 (1) Sweden Sweden 8.6 (54)
Croatia Croatia 4.5 (29) France France 1.5 (11)
Sweden Sweden 2.4 (16) Croatia Croatia 3.4 (22)
France France (59) Austria Austria (1)

Andy Murray Group[edit]

Team Score Team Score
England England 3.3 (21) Denmark Denmark 1.3 (9)
Scotland Scotland (45) Norway Norway (2)
Denmark Denmark 9.9 (63) Norway Norway 1.3 (9)
England England 7.7 (49) Scotland Scotland 2.5 (17)
Norway Norway 0.2 (2) England England 3.19 (32)
Denmark Denmark 6.4 (40) Scotland Scotland 2.4 (16)

Chris Hoy Group[edit]

Team Score Team Score
Italy Italy 1.6 (12) Germany Germany 1.4 (10)
Wales Wales (20) Iceland Iceland (14)
Italy Italy 6.3 (39) Wales Wales 1.0 (6)
Germany Germany 11.12 (78) Iceland Iceland 2.2 (14)
Iceland Iceland 2.1 (13) Italy Italy 3.10 (28)
Germany Germany 11.4 (70) Wales Wales 0.1 (1)

Sean Connery Group[edit]

Team Score Team Score
Republic of Ireland Ireland 10.7 (67) Finland Finland 0.2 (2)
Spain Spain (41) Czech Republic Czech Republic (27)
Finland Finland 4.6 (30) Czech Republic Czech Republic 2.2 (14)
Republic of Ireland Ireland 12.14 (86) Spain Spain 0.1 (1)
Czech Republic Czech Republic 1.1 (7) Republic of Ireland Ireland 16.10 (106)
Finland Finland (47) Spain Spain (20)

Euro Cup Finals[edit]

Match Team Score Team Score
Cup Quarter Final Croatia Croatia 2.4 (16) Denmark Denmark 3.4 (22)
Cup Quarter Final Italy Italy 6.3 (39) Finland Finland 0.4 (4)
Cup Quarter Final England England 4.6 (30) Sweden Sweden 1.8 (14)
Cup Quarter Final Republic of Ireland Ireland 9.6 (60) Germany Germany 0.2 (2)
Cup Semi Final Denmark Denmark 8.3 (51) Italy Italy 1.5 (11)
Cup Semi Final England England 4.1 (25) Republic of Ireland Ireland 7.4 (46)

Grand final[edit]

Team Score Team Score
Denmark Denmark 4.5 (29) Republic of Ireland Ireland 5.0 (30)

Ranking Matches[edit]

Bowl Finals[edit]

Match Team Score Team Score
Bowl Semi Final France France 5.6 (36) Scotland Scotland 3.3 (21)
Bowl Semi Final Wales Wales 5.10 (40) Spain Spain 7.4 (46)
Bowl Grand Final France France 11.8 (74) Spain Spain 0.5 (5)

Plate Finals[edit]

Match Team Score Team Score
Plate Semi Final Austria Austria 0.1 (1) Norway Norway 6.7 (43)
Plate Semi Final Iceland Iceland 4.3 (27) Czech Republic Czech Republic 1.7 (13)
Plate Grand Final Norway Norway 6.5 (41) Iceland Iceland 1.3 (9)

Women's Match[edit]

Team Score Team Score
Republic of Ireland Ireland 13.14 (92) European Union European Crusaders 8.8 (56)

Final standings[edit]

1. Ireland (EU Cup Winners)
2. Denmark (EU Cup Runners Up)
3. England (EU Cup 3rd Place Winners)
4. Italy
5. Croatia
6. Germany
7. Sweden
8. Finland
9. France (Bowl Winners)
10. Spain
11. Scotland
12. Wales
13. Norway (Plate Winners)
14. Iceland
15. Czech Republic
16. Austria

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Euro Cup 2012". 
  2. ^ "Irish Warriors beats Denmark Vikings to win Euro Cup in Edinburgh". 
  3. ^ "All Tournament Team – Euro Cup 2012". 
  4. ^ Euro Cup 2012 Schedule Announced

External links[edit]