European Women's Sevens Championship

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European Women's Sevens Championship
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Rugby Europe (formerly FIRA–AER)
Sport Rugby sevens
Founded 2003
Countries 8 (in 2013)
Most recent champion(s)  Spain (2013)

The European Women's Sevens, also known as the Rugby Europe Women's Sevens and previously as the FIRA–AER Women's Sevens, is the regional championship for women's international rugby sevens in Europe. The annual tournament is held over two days, typically on a weekend in June. It is sanctioned and sponsored by Rugby Europe (known before 2014 as FIRA–AER or the FIRA – Association of European Rugby), which is the rugby union governing body for the region.

Rugby sevens — also known as 7-a-side, or 7s — is a short form of the sport of rugby union that was first played in 1883. The first (men's) internationals took place in 1973. As women's rugby union developed in the 1960s and 1970s the format became very popular as it allowed games, and entire leagues, to be developed in countries even when player numbers were small, and it remains the main form the women's game is played in most parts of the world.

However, although the first women's international rugby union 15-a-side test match took place in 1982, it was not until 1997 before the first women's international 7s tournaments were played, when the 1997 Hong Kong Sevens included a women's tournament for the first time. Over the next decade the number of tournaments grew, with almost every region developing regular championship competitions. This reached its zenith with the first Women's Sevens World Cup in 2009, shortly followed by the announcement that women's rugby sevens will be included in the Olympics from 2016.

The first official regional 7s championship for international women's teams from European was the European Women's Sevens Championship held in 2003 in Lunel, France. Since then, the regional 7s championships have periodically served as pre-qualifying competitions for the Rugby 7s World Cup, or other sevens tournaments.

The following are details of all regional women's international championships played in Europe, listed chronologically with the earliest first, with all result details, where known (included are the FIRA–AER Women's Sevens and other official regional championships, e.g. the Europe Emerging Nations tournaments).

Contents

Honours[edit]

Top 12[edit]

Year Place Champion Runner Up Third
2003 France Lunel  Spain  France  Switzerland
2004 France Limoges  England  Italy  France
2005 France Lunel  England  Spain  Netherlands
2006 France Limoges  Wales  England  Netherlands
2007 France Lunel  France  England  Spain
2008 France Limoges  England  Netherlands  Russia
2009 Germany Hanover  England  Spain  Netherlands
2010 Russia Moscow  Spain  Netherlands  France
2011 Romania Bucharest  England  Spain  Netherlands
2012 Multiple  England  Spain  France
2013 Multiple  Russia  England  France
2014 Multiple  Russia  France  England

Division A[edit]

Year Place Champion Runner Up Third
2013 Czech Republic Prague  Belgium  Sweden  Czech Republic
2014 Norway Bergen  Ukraine  Scotland  Romania

Division B[edit]

Year Place Champion Runner Up Third
2013 Slovakia Bratislava  Finland  Norway  Israel
2014 Lithuania Vilnius  Hungary  Lithuania  Israel

2004[edit]

FIRA-AER Tournament 2004[edit]

Venue/Date: Limoges, France, 21–22 May 2004 (Source Fira-Aer)

Pool Games[edit]

POOL A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Spain 3 0 0 97 0 9
Croatia 2 0 1 38 39 7
Limousin 1 0 2 31 64 5
Belgium 0 0 3 10 73 3
  • Spain 29-0 Croatia
  • Belgium 10-21 Limousin
  • Spain 35-0 Limousin
  • Belgium 0-19 Croatia
  • Croatia 19-10 Limousin
  • Spain 33-0 Belgium

POOL B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
France 3 0 0 138 0 9
Portugal 2 0 1 86 32 7
Norway 1 0 2 20 75 5
Bosnia-Herzegovina 0 0 3 0 132 3
  • France 48-0 Norway
  • Portugal 59-0 Bosnia-Herzegovina
  • France 58-0 Bosnia-Herzegovina
  • Portugal 27-5 Norway
  • Norway 15-0 Bosnia-Herzegovina
  • France 32-0 Portugal


POOL Three

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
England 3 0 0 134 7 9
Italy 2 0 1 87 35 7
Lithuania 1 0 2 21 92 5
Czech Republic 0 0 3 0 108 3
  • England 47-0 Czech Republic
  • Italy 40-0 Lithuania
  • England 52-0 Lithuania
  • Italy 40-0 Czech Republic
  • Czech Republic 0-21 Lithuania
  • England 35-7 Italy

POOL Four

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Sweden 3 0 0 66 0 9
Switzerland 2 0 1 50 19 7
Poland 0 1 2 12 57 4
Bulgaria 0 1 2 24 78 4
  • Switzerland 33-12 Bulgaria
  • Sweden 28-0 Poland
  • Switzerland 17-0 Poland
  • Sweden 31-0 Bulgaria
  • Bulgaria 12-12 Poland
  • Switzerland 0-7 Sweden


Classification Stages[edit]

9th-16th Quarter Finals

  • Limosin 41-0 Bosnia-Herzegovina
  • Poland 0-7 Czech Republic (AET)
  • Lithuania 40-0 Bulgaria
  • Norway 0-7 Belgium (AET)

13th-16th Semi Finals

  • Bosnia-Herzegovina 0-66 Poland
  • Bulgaria 0-14 Norway

9th-12th Semi Finals

  • Limousin 32-12 Czech Republic
  • Lithuania 21-0 Belgium

1st-8th Quarter Finals

  • Spain 7-0 Portugal
  • Sweden 14-21 Italy
  • England 31-0 Switzerland
  • France 51-0 Crotia

5th-8th Semi Finals

  • Portugal 0-28 Sweden
  • Switzerland 27-0 Croatia

1st-4th Semi Finals

  • Spain 7-22 Italy
  • England 33-0 France

Finals

15th/16th Final

  • Bosnia-Herzegovina 0-19 Bulgaria

13th/14th Final

  • Poland 33-17 Norway

11th/12th Final

  • Czech Republic 0-14 Belgium

9th/10th Final

  • Limousin 7-29 Lithuania

7th/8th Final

  • Portugal 0-5 Croatia

5th/6th Final

  • Sweden 7-12 Switzerland

3rd/4th Final

  • Spain 14-27 France

1st/2nd Final

  • Italy 7-38 England


2005[edit]

Qualification Tournament[edit]

Venue/Date: Prague, 14–15 May 2005 [1] Bosnia failed to appear and were replaced by Czech Republic II. All results.

Group A

Nation Won Drawn Lost
Germany 5 0 0
Lithuania 4 0 1
Poland 3 0 2
Bulgaria 2 0 3
Austria 1 0 4
Israel 0 0 5
  • Bulgaria 26-7 Israel
  • Poland 7-42 Germany
  • Lithuania 38-0 Austria
  • Germany 45-0 Israel
  • Bulgaria 12-5 Austria
  • Lithuania 15-7 Poland
  • Austria 5-0 Israel
  • Lithuania 0-19 Germany
  • Poland 7-12 Bulgaria
  • Germany 52-0 Austria
  • Poland 12-0 Israel
  • Lithuania 12-5 Bulgaria
  • Poland 19-0 Austria
  • Bulgaria 0-28 Germany
  • Lithuania 33-0 Israel

Group B

Nation Won Drawn Lost
Russia 5 0 0
Norway 4 0 1
Hungary 3 0 2
Czech Republic A 2 0 3
Malta 1 0 4
Czech Republic B 0 0 5
  • Czech Republic B 0-10 Malta
  • Norway 0-28 Russia
  • Czech Republic A 7-19 Hungary
  • Russia 43-5 Malta
  • Czech Republic B 0-7 Hungary
  • Czech Republic A 0-7 Norway
  • Hungary 10-0 Malta
  • Czech Republic A 0-34 Russia
  • Norway 40-0 Czech Republic B
  • Russia 47-0 Hungary
  • Norway 21-0 Malta
  • Czech Republic A 17-0 Czech Republic B
  • Norway 7-0 Hungary
  • Czech Republic B 0-50 Russia
  • Czech Republic A 5-0 Malta


Classification Stages[edit]

Bowl Semi (9th-12th) Bowl Final
  Austria  19  
  Czech Republic B  0  
 
      Austria  5
    Israel  10
11th Place
  Israel  21   Czech Republic B  0
  Malta  0     Malta  15
Plate Semi (5th-8th) Plate Final
  Bulgaria  7  
  Czech Republic  14  
 
      Czech Republic  21
    Hungary  12
7th Place
  Poland  17   Poland  19
  Hungary  22 (a.e.t.)     Bulgaria  0
Cup Semi (1st-4th) Cup Final
  Germany  21  
  Norway  0  
 
      Russia  36
    Germany  0
3rd Place
  Lithuania  7   Lithuania  12
  Russia  28     Norway  5

FIRA Women's European Championship[edit]

Venue/Date: Lunel, France, 25–26 June 2005 Summarised

Pool Stages[edit]

POOL A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
England 4 0 0 115 7
Spain 3 0 1 114 12
Portugal 1 1 2 34 45
 Belgium 1 1 2 24 57
Switzerland 0 0 4 5 131
  • Portugal 12-12 Belgium
  • England 54-0 Switzerland
  • Spain 40-0 Portugal
  • Belgium 12-0 Switzerland
  • England 12-7 Spain
  • Portugal 22-5 Switzerland
  • Spain 24-0 Belgium
  • England 28-0 Portugal
  • Spain 43-0 Switzerland
  • England 21-0 Belgium

POOL B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Netherlands 4 0 0 89 5
Sweden 3 0 1 49 24
 France 2 0 2 53 14
Italy 1 0 3 12 92
Croatia 0 0 4 5 73
  • Netherlands 28-0 Croatia
  • Sweden 21-0 Italy
  • France 12-0 Croatia
  • Netherlands 19-0 Sweden
  • France 31-0 Italy
  • Sweden 21-0 Croatia
  • Netherlands 7-5 France
  • Italy 12-5 Croatia
  • Sweden 7-5 France
  • Netherlands 35-0 Italy


Classification Stages[edit]

Plate Semi Finals

  • France 22-0 Portugal
  • Italy 19-7 Belgium

Cup Semi Finals

  • Spain 28-5 Netherlands
  • England 49-0 Sweden

9th Place

  • Croatia 7-5 Switzerland

7th Place

5th Place (Plate)

  • France 33-0 Italy

3rd Place

  • Netherlands 21-7 Sweden

Cup Final

  • England 14-0 Spain

2006[edit]

Emerging (European) Nations 2006[edit]

Played in Hungary. See 2007 tournament for likely participants. (Source Austria Union)

FIRA-AER Tournament 2006 - Division A[edit]

Venue/Date: Limoges, France, 25–27 May 2006 (Source Fira-Aer) Summarised

Pool Games[edit]

POOL One

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
England 3 0 0 95 0 9
Wales 2 0 1 52 7 7
Germany 1 0 2 24 61 5
Switzerland 0 0 3 0 103 3
  • England 41-0 Germany
  • Wales 32-0 Switzerland
  • England 47-0 Switzerland
  • Wales 20-0 Germany
  • Germany 24-0 Switzerland
  • England 7-0 Wales

POOL Two

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Spain 3 0 0 81 0 9
Portugal 2 0 1 29 12 7
Italy 1 0 2 19 48 5
Czech Republic 0 0 3 0 69 3
  • Spain 12-0 Portugal
  • Italy 19-0 Czech Republic
  • Spain 33-0 Czech Republic
  • Italy 0-12 Portugal
  • Portugal 17-0 Czech Republic
  • Spain 36-0 Italy


POOL Three

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Netherlands 3 0 0 83 5 9
 France 2 0 1 55 21 7
Lithuania 1 0 2 35 51 5
 Belgium 0 0 3 0 96 3

POOL Four

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Ireland 3 0 0 49 0 9
Sweden 2 0 1 53 5 7
Russia 1 0 2 22 39 5
Norway 0 0 3 0 80 3
  • Sweden 31-0 Norway
  • Russia 0-17 Ireland
  • Sweden 0-5 Ireland
  • Russia 22-0 Norway
  • Norway 0-27 Ireland
  • Sweden 22-0 Russia


Classification Stages[edit]

9th-16th Quarter Finals

  • Germany 35-0 Czech Republic
  • Russia 24-0 Belgium 
  • Lithuania 12-0 Norway
  • Italy 19-0 Switzerland

13th-16th Semi Finals

  •  Belgium 41-0 Czech Republic
  • Norway 17-0 Switzerland

9th-12th Semi Finals

  • Germany 0-28 Russia
  • Lithuania 7-27 Italy

1st-8th Quarter Finals

  • England 22-0 Portugal
  • Ireland 15-5 France 
  • Netherlands 17-12 Sweden
  • Spain 3-10 Wales

5th-8th Semi Finals

  • Sweden 5-17 Spain
  • Portugal 0-19 France 

1st-4th Semi Finals

  • England 21-0 Ireland
  • Netherlands 0-29 Wales

Finals

15th/16th Final

  • Czech Republic 12-17 Switzerland

13th/14th Final Copper

11th/12th Final

  • Germany 26-7 Lithuania

9th/10th Final Bronze

  • Russia 29-0 Italy

7th/8th Final

  • Portugal 0-41 Sweden

5th/6th Final Silver

3rd/4th Final

1st/2nd Final Gold

  • England 7-10 Wales


FIRA-AER Tournament 2006 - Division B[edit]

Venue/Date: Limoges, France, 25–27 May 2006. (Source Fira-Aer) Summarised

POOL One

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Romania 4 0 0 88 7 12
Bulgaria 3 0 1 53 19 10
Israel 2 0 2 29 38 8
Bosnia Herzogovina 1 0 3 15 63 6
Luxembourg 0 0 4 5 63 4
  • Luxembourg 0-17 Romania
  • Bulgaria 12-0 Israel
  • Romania 26-0 Bosnia Herzogovina
  • Bulgaria 14-0 Luxembourg
  • Israel 5-0 Bosnia Herzogovina
  • Romania 19-0 Bulgaria
  • Israel 17-0 Luxembourg
  • Bulgaria 27-0 Bosnia Herzogovina
  • Romania 26-7 Israel
  • Bosnia Herzogovina 15-5 Luxembourg

POOL Two

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Andorra 3 0 1 61 7 10
Poland 3 0 1 56 17 10
Malta 2 0 2 31 32 8
Hungary 1 0 3 19 46 6
Austria 1 0 3 5 70 6
  • Andorra 17-0 Poland
  • Hungary 0-5 Austria
  • Poland 5-0 Malta
  • Hungary 7-0 Andorra
  • Austria 0-12 Malta
  • Poland 22-0 Hungary
  • Austria 0-29 Andorra
  • Hungary 12-19 Malta
  • Poland 29-0 Austria
  • Malta 0-15 Andorra


Classification Stages[edit]

5th-8th Semi Finals

  • Israel 7-0 Hungary
  • Bosnia Herzogovina 0-24 Malta

1st-4th Semi Finals

  • Romania 12-10 Poland
  • Bulgaria 0-22 Andorra

Finals[edit]

9th/10th Final

  • Luxembourg 0-26 Austria

7th/8th Final

  • Hungary 29-5 Bosnia Herzogovina

5th/6th Final

  • Israel 7-0 Malta

3rd/4th Final

  • Poland 10-7 Bulgaria

1st/2nd Final

  • Romania 7-0 Andorra

2007[edit]

T-EN Tournament 2007[edit]

Date/Venue: 18 March 2007, Szekesfehervar, Hungary

Games

  • Hungary 34-0 Austria
  • Austria 7-19 Croatia
  • Croatia 14-0 Hungary
  • Hungary 10-10 Austria
  • Austria 0-14 Croatia
  • Croatia 0-15 Hungary
Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Croatia 3 0 1 62 22 6
Hungary 2 1 1 59 25 5
Austria 0 1 3 17 77 1

Emerging (European) Nations 2007[edit]

Played at Katowice, Poland on 27 April to 1 May 2007, this appears to have been part training camp, part tournament. (Source Austria Union)

  • Group A saw Finland, Croatia, Bosnia and Poland I.
  • Group B saw Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Austria and a combined Czech/Polish II.

It is known that this was Finlands first tournament.

Classification Stages[edit]

7th/8th

  • Bosnia beat Czech Republic/Poland II

5th/6th

  • Austria beat Poland

3rd/4th

  • Czech Republic beat Croatia

1st/2nd

  • Finland 10-5 Bulgaria

FIRA-AER Tournament 2007 - Division B[edit]

Date/Venue: Zenica, Bosnia, 19–20 May 2007 (Source Fira-Aer) Summarised

Pool Stages[edit]

POOL One

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Malta 4 1 0 110 21 14
Finland 4 0 1 151 19 13
Denmark 3 0 2 78 38 11
Hungary 2 1 2 39 48 10
Serbia 1 0 4 16 152 7
Bosnia Herzogovina 0 0 5 0 116 5
  • Malta 14-0 Denmark
  • Malta 7-7 Hungary
  • Malta 19-14 Finland
  • Malta 17-0 Bosnia Herzogovina
  • Malta 53-0 Serbia
  • Denmark 10-5 Hungary
  • Denmark 0-19 Finland
  • Denmark 41-0 Bosnia Herzogovina
  • Denmark 27-0 Serbia
  • Hungary 0-31 Finland
  • Hungary 10-0 Bosnia Herzogovina
  • Hungary 17-0 Serbia
  • Finland 32-0 Bosnia Herzogovina
  • Finland 55-0 Serbia
  • Bosnia Herzogovina 0-16 Serbia

POOL Two
Note: Slovakia and Georgia withdrew, Moldova joined leaving one team missing in the group. A Barbarians team is also listed in this group as having lost all games 0-3 suggesting the games were not counted towards the tournament.

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Austria 4 0 0 102 15 12
Moldova 3 0 1 62 29 10
Israel 2 0 2 30 24 8
Luxembourg 1 0 3 32 94 6
Latvia 0 0 4 5 69 4
  • Luxembourg 17-5 Latvia
  • Moldova 25-10 Luxembourg
  • Israel 0-5 Moldova
  • Israel 0-19 Austria
  • Moldova 22-0 Latvia
  • Austria 44-5 Luxembourg
  • Austria 20-0 Latvia
  • Israel 20-0 Luxembourg
  • Austria 19-10 Moldova
  • Israel 10-0 Latvia 0


Classification Stages[edit]

Semi Finals

9th-12th Semi Finals

  • Latvia 17-5 Bosnia Herzogovina
  • Serbia w/o

5th-8th Semi Finals

  • Israel 10-5 Hungary
  • Luxembourg 5-29 Denmark

1st-4th Semi Finals

  • Austria 0-27 Finland
  • Moldova 5-17 Malta

Finals

11th/12th Final

  • Bosnia Herzogovina w/o

9th/10th Final Bowl

  • Latvia 0-17 Serbia

7th/8th Final

  • Hungary 24-5 Luxembourg

5th/6th Final Plate

  • Israel 0-27 Denmark

3rd/4th Final

  • Austria 0-12 Moldova

1st/2nd Final Cup

  • Finland 10-5 Malta


FIRA-AER Tournament 2007 - Division A[edit]

Date/Venue: Zagreb, Croatia, 26–27 May 2007 (Source Fira-Aer) Summarised

Pool Stages[edit]

POOL One

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
France U20 5 0 0 146 10 15
Switzerland 4 0 1 106 51 13
Belgium  3 0 2 65 37 11
Romania 2 0 3 55 46 9
Croatia 1 0 4 14 142 7
Czech Republic 0 0 5 26 126 5
  • Switzerland 43-0 Croatia
  • Belgium  12-5 Romania
  • France U20 38-0 Czech Republic
  • Romania 26-0 Croatia
  • Switzerland 31-14 Czech Republic
  • France U20 17-5 Belgium 
  • Czech Republic 12-14 Croatia
  • France U20 17-5 Romania
  • Belgium  10-15 Switzerland
  • Romania 19-0 Czech Republic
  • Belgium  14-0 Croatia
  • France U20 27-0 Switzerland
  • Belgium  24-0 Czech Republic
  • Switzerland 17-0 Romania
  • France U20 47-0 Croatia

POOL Two

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Lithuania 5 0 0 115 31 15
Germany 4 0 1 140 26 13
Andorra 3 0 2 70 58 11
Norway 2 0 3 71 59 9
Bulgaria 1 0 4 34 110 7
Poland 0 0 5 15 161 5
  • Norway 26-0 Bulgaria
  • Germany 29-7 Andorra
  • Lithuania 42-5 Poland
  • Andorra 22-5 Bulgaria
  • Norway 31-0 Poland
  • Lithuania 14-12 Germany
  • Poland 0-29 Bulgaria
  • Lithuania 12-7 Andorra
  • Germany 25-0 Norway
  • Andorra 19-5 Poland
  • Germany 34-0 Bulgaria
  • Lithuania 19-7 Norway
  • Germany 40-5 Poland
  • Norway 7-15 Andorra
  • Lithuania 28-0 Bulgaria


Classification Stages[edit]

9th-12th Semi Finals

  • Croatia 12-17 Poland
  • Czech Republic 38-0 Bulgaria

5th-8th Semi Finals

  • Belgium  17-0 Norway
  • Romania 5-0 Andorra

1st-4th Semi Finals

  • France U20 40-0 Germany
  • Switzerland 20-0 Lithuania

FINALS

11th/12th Final

  • Croatia 24-0 Bulgaria

9th/10th Final Bowl

  • Poland 5-17 Czech Republic

7th/8th Final

  • Norway 26-0 Andorra

5th/6th Final Plate

3rd/4th Final

  • Germany 22-5 Lithuania

1st/2nd Final Cup

  • France U20 46-0 Switzerland


FIRA-AER Tournament 2007 - Top 10[edit]

Date/Venue: Lunel, France, 2–3 June 2007 (Source Fira-Aer) Summarised

Pool Stages[edit]

POOL One

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Spain 3 1 0 57 5 11
Wales 3 1 0 52 7 11
Ireland 2 0 2 55 32 8
Italy 0 1 3 36 74 5
Portugal 0 1 3 12 94 5
  • Italy 7-15 Wales
  • Ireland 5-10 Spain
  • Wales 32-0 Portugal
  • Ireland 19-17 Italy
  • Spain 19-0 Portugal
  • Wales 5-0 Ireland
  • Spain 28-0 Italy
  • Ireland 31-0 Portugal
  • Wales 0-0 Spain
  • Italy 12-12 Portugal

POOL Two

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
France 4 0 0 125 18 12
England 3 0 1 121 15 10
Netherlands 2 0 2 52 103 8
Sweden 0 1 3 26 77 5
Russia 0 1 3 17 128 5
  • Russia 0-45 England
  • Netherlands 6-39 France
  • England 19-0 Sweden
  • Netherlands 26-5 Russia
  • France 26-0 Sweden
  • England 45-0 Netherlands
  • France 45-0 Russia
  • Sweden 14-20 Netherland
  • England 12-15 France
  • Russia 12-12 Sweden


Classification Stages[edit]

5th-8th Semi Finals

  • Ireland 26-0 Sweden
  • Italy 17-15 Netherlands

1st-4th Semi Finals

  • Spain 10-12 England
  • Wales 0-21 France

Finals

9th/10th Final Bowl

  • Portugal 7-26 Russia

7th/8th Final

  • Netherlands 12-10 Sweden

5th/6th Final Plate

  • Italy 5-19 Ireland

3rd/4th Final

  • Wales 0-10 Spain

1st/2nd Final Cup

  • England 5-19 France


T-EN League 2007[edit]

Played on 23 June 2007 at Grossmugl, Austria during the Friendly Games (a wider reaching 10s tournament) (Source Austria Union)

  • Austria 36-0 Hungary
  • Hungary 0-33 Croatia
  • Austria 5-35 Croatia
  • Austria 21-5 Hungary
  • Hungary 0-59 Croatia
  • Austria 5-31 Croatia
Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Croatia 4 0 0 158 10 8
Austria 2 0 2 67 71 4
Hungary 0 0 4 5 149 0

2008[edit]

Emerging (European) Nations 2008[edit]

Date/Venue: 21–24 March 2008, Austria. (Summarised)

  • Romania and Switzerland had been possible participants but do not appear to have attended..

Pool Stages[edit]

POOL A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Finland 4 0 0 125 14
Czech Republic 2 1 1 61 39
Bulgaria 2 1 1 27 47
Serbia 1 0 3 41 93
Luxembourg 0 0 4 26 87
  • Serbia 0-25 Czech Republic
  • Bulgaria 0-25 Finland
  • Czech Republic 31-0 Luxembourg
  • Bulgaria 12-10 Serbia
  • Finland 22-7 Luxembourg
  • Czech Republic 5-5 Bulgaria
  • Finland 44-7 Serbia
  • Bulgaria 10-7 Luxembourg
  • Czech Republic 0-34 Finland
  • Luxembourg 12-24 Serbia

POOL B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Croatia 3 0 1 74 26
Poland 3 0 1 75 31
Austria 3 0 1 78 50
Hungary 1 0 3 43 60
Bosnia and Herzogovina 0 0 4 0 103
  • Bosnia and Herzogovina 0-20 Poland
  • Croatia 7-14 Austria
  • Poland 17-5 Hungary
  • Croatia 26-0 Bosnia and Herzogovina
  • Austria 21-17 Hungary
  • Poland 12-19 Croatia
  • Austria 36-0 Bosnia and Herzogovina
  • Croatia 22-0 Hungary
  • Poland 26-7 Austria
  • Hungary 21-0 Bosnia and Herzogovina


Classification Stages[edit]

9th Place

  • Luxembourg 25-0 Bosnia and Herzogovina

5th to 8th

  • Bulgaria 17-7 Hungary
  • Serbia 0-21 Croatia

7th Place

  • Hungary 0-14 Serbia

5th Place

  • Bulgaria 0-7 Croatia

1st to 4th

  • Finland 29-5 Austria
  • Czech Republic 25-0 Poland

3rd Place

  • Austria 7-22 Poland

1st Place

  • Finland 34-0 Czech Republic

World Cup Qualifier 2008 (Europe)[edit]

Venue/Date: Bosnia, 10–11 May 2008. (Source FIRA-AER) Summarised

Pool Stages[edit]

POOL A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Finland 5 0 0 181 0 15
Bulgaria 4 0 1 99 64 13
Latvia 3 0 2 58 68 11
Lithuania 2 0 3 89 57 9
Serbia 1 0 4 27 63 7
Slovenia 0 0 5 0 202 5
  • Finland 45-0 Slovenia
  • Bulgaria 17-0 Serbia
  • Lithuania 24-7 Latvia
  • Serbia 27-0 Slovenia
  • Finland 29-0 Latvia
  • Lithuania 14-24 Bulgaria
  • Latvia 41-0 Slovenia
  • Lithuania 5-0 Serbia
  • Bulgaria 0-45 Finland
  • Serbia 0-5 Latvia
  • Bulgaria 43-0 Slovenia
  • Lithuania 0-26 Finland
  • Bulgaria 15-5 Latvia
  • Finland 36-0 Serbia
  • Lithuania 46-0 Slovenia

POOL B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Romania 5 0 0 161 7 15
Israel 4 0 1 80 36 13
Croatia 3 0 2 84 62 11
Austria 2 0 3 84 42 9
Georgia 1 0 4 38 141 7
Bosnia and Herzegovina 0 0 5 5 164 5
  • Austria 34-10 Georgia
  • Croatia 7-14 Israel
  • Romania 43-0 Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Israel 42-7 Georgia
  • Austria 38-5 Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Romania 29-0 Croatia
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina 0-14 Georgia
  • Romania 22-7 Israel
  • Croatia 5-12 Austria
  • Israel 12-0 Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Croatia 15-7 Georgia
  • Romania 17-0 Austria
  • Croatia 57-0 Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Austria 0-5 Israel
  • Romania 50-0 Georgia


Classification Stages[edit]

Bowl Semi Finals

  • Serbia 27-0 Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Slovenia 0-31 Georgia

Plate Semi Finals

  • Lithuania 0-22 Croatia
  • Latvia 5-0 Austria

Cup Semi Finals

  • Finland 31-0 Israel
  • Bulgaria 0-43 Romania

11th Place

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina 10-5 Slovenia

9th Place

  • Serbia 20-0 Georgia

7th Place

  • Austria 17-12 Lithuania

5th Place

  • Croatia 12-17 Latvia

3rd Place

  • Israel 7-5 Bulgaria

1st Place

  • Finland 14-21 Romania

Qualifiers[edit]

ROMANIA, FINLAND, ISRAEL

World Cup Qualifier 2008 (Europe)[edit]

Venue/Date: Belgium, 30 May-1 June 2008. (Source FIRA-AER) (Summarised)

  • 3 teams progressed.

Pool Stages[edit]

POOL A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Moldova 4 0 1 69 29 13
Andorra 4 0 1 75 22 13
Norway 3 0 2 47 40 11
Malta 2 0 3 70 27 9
Switzerland 2 0 3 68 50 9
Luxembourg 0 0 5 10 171 5

Note - Andorra shown by FIRA as 1st but due to head to head they finished below Moldova

  • Andorra 41-0 Luxembourg
  • Norway 7-5 Malta
  • Switzerland 19-7 Moldova
  • Malta 50-0 Luxembourg
  • Andorra 5-17 Moldova
  • Switzerland 10-14 Norway
  • Moldova 20-0 Luxembourg
  • Switzerland 0-10 Malta
  • Norway 0-10 Andorra
  • Malta 5-15 Moldova
  • Norway 26-5 Luxembourg
  • Switzerland 5-14 Andorra
  • Norway 0-10 Moldova
  • Andorra 5-0 Malta
  • Switzerland 34-5 Luxembourg

POOL B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Germany 5 0 0 216 5 15
Czech Republic 3 0 2 86 74 11
Poland 3 0 2 72 90 11
 Belgium 2 0 3 58 90 9
Denmark 1 0 4 33 115 7
Hungary 1 0 4 56 147 7
  • Czech Republic 36-14 Hungary
  •  Belgium 10-14 Poland
  • Germany 38-0 Denmark
  • Poland 26-10 Hungary
  • Czech Republic 31-0 Denmark
  • Germany 49-0 Belgium 
  • Denmark 28-5 Hungary
  • Germany 51-0 Poland
  •  Belgium 17-5 Czech Republic
  • Poland 27-5 Denmark
  • Belgium 17-22 Hungary
  • Germany 38-0 Czech Republic
  •  Belgium 14-0 Denmark
  • Czech Republic 14-5 Poland
  • Germany 40-5 Hungary


Classification Stages[edit]

Bowl Semi Finals

  • Switzerland 12-10 Hungary
  • Denmark 19-0 Luxembourg

Plate Semi Finals

  • Norway 7-10 Belgium
  • Malta 24-0 Poland

Cup Semi Finals

  • Moldova 17-5 Czech Republic
  • Andorra 0-50 Germany

11th Place

  • Hungary 31-0 Luxembourg

9th Place

  • Denmark 5-31 Switzerland

7th Place

  • Poland 10-17 Norway

5th Place

  • Belgium 5-29 Malta

3rd Place

  • Andorra 7-0 Czech Republic

1st Place

  • Germany 43-0 Moldova

QUALIFIERS - GERMANY, MOLDOVA and ANDORRA

Note: Subsequently Czech Republic added as best fourth place over Bulgaria, in place of Scotland

FIRA-AER Tournament 2008 - Top 16[edit]

Venue/Date: Limoges, France on 14 and 15 June 2008. This was the qualifying tournament for the World Cup in 2009 (Source Fira-Aer)

  • The 10 team format was replaced by 16 teams as it was the World Cup qualifier. 6 teams progressed to Dubai. As this was the only European route it seemed likely that the Home Nations would all compete. However Ireland did not attempt to qualify and Scotland (who had pre qualified) appear to have with drawn late in the day.
  • Teams confirmed (pre-qualified) were France, England, Spain, Wales, Italy, Netherlands, Sweden, Russia, and Portugal.
  • 3 teams qualified from Bosnia (Romania, Finland and Israel), and 3 from Belgium (Germany, Moldova and Andorra). A fourth team from the Belgium tournament (Czech Republic) also qualified in place of Scotland, presumably as they had a better points score than the Bulgaria team that was fourth at Bosnia.

In summary the awards went to:

  • Cup Winners - England
  • Also Qualified for Dubai - Netherlands, Spain, Russia, France, Italy
  • Plate Winners - France
  • Bowl Winners - Sweden
  • Shield Winners - Andorra

Pool Stages[edit]

POOL A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Russia 3 0 0 76 10
France 2 0 1 103 17
Portugal 1 0 2 43 47
Czech Republic 0 0 3 5 153
  • France 22-0 Portugal
  • Russia 39-0 Czech Republic
  • France 71-0 Czech Republic
  • Russia 20-0 Portugal
  • Portugal 43-5 Czech Republic
  • France 10-17 Russia

POOL B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
England 3 0 0 127 0
Germany 2 0 1 78 48
Sweden 1 0 2 46 80
Andorra 0 0 3 14 137
  • England 31-0 Germany
  • Sweden 36-7 Andorra
  • England 56-0 Andorra
  • Sweden 10-33 Germany
  • Germany 45-7 Andorra
  • England 40-0 Sweden


POOL C

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Spain 3 0 0 114 24
Netherlands 2 0 1 106 28
Romania 1 0 2 39 71
Israel 0 0 3 0 136
  • Spain 36-5 Romania
  • Netherlands 52-0 Israel
  • Spain 50-0 Israel
  • Netherlands 35-0 Romania
  • Romania 34-0 Israel
  • Spain 28-19 Netherlands

POOL D

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Italy 3 0 0 110 5
Wales 2 0 1 76 38
Finland 1 0 2 17 93
Moldova 0 0 3 15 82
  • Wales 40-0 Finland
  • Italy 34-0 Moldova
  • Wales 31-10 Moldova
  • Italy 48-0 Finland
  • Finland 17-5 Moldova
  • Wales 5-28 Italy


Classification Stages[edit]

Cup and Plate Quarter Finals (winners progress to Dubai)

  • Russia 20-5 Germany
  • Italy 0-5 Netherlands
  • Spain 14-5 Wales
  • England 29-7 France

Bowl and Shield Quarter Finals

  • Portugal 17-0 Andorra
  • Finland 21-0 Israel
  • Romania 0-12 Moldova
  • Sweden 34-0 Czech Rep

Shield Semi Final

  • Czech Republic 14-19 Romania
  • Andorra 34-0 Israel

Bowl Semi Final

  • Portugal 19-7 Finland
  • Sweden 22-5 Moldova

Plate Semi Final (winners progress to Dubai)

  • France 35-7 Wales
  • Germany 0-29 Italy

Cup Semi Finals

  • Russia 12-21 Netherlands
  • England 10-0 Spain

15th Place

  • Israel 12-7 Czech Republic

SHIELD FINAL

13th Place

  • Andorra 10-5 Romania

11th Place

  • Finland 7-10 Moldova

BOWL FINAL

9th Place

  • Portugal 7-15 Sweden

7th Place

  • Germany 0-20 Wales

PLATE FINAL

5th Place

  • France 14-5 Italy

3rd Place

  • Spain 5-10 Russia

CUP FINAL

1st Place

  • Netherlands 0-52 England


T-EN Tournament 2008[edit]

Date/Venue: 19 September 2008 at Rauris, Austria. Croatia withdrew to be replaced by Czech Republic and an Austrian club team.

  • Hungary bt Czech Republic
  • Austria bt Linz
  • Hungary bt Linz
  • Austria bt Czech Republic
  • Hungary 12-0 Austria

T-EN Tournament 2008[edit]

Date/Venue: 19 October 2008 at Slovenia. Croatia withdrew.

  • Austria 31-0 Slovenia
  • Hungary 15-12 Austria
  • Hungary bt Slovenia (who scored their first ever try)
  • Hungary 19-19 Austria

2009[edit]

F-EN Tournament 2009[edit]

Date/Venue: 7 March 2009 at Ljubljana, Slovenia

  • Participants: Austria, Hungary, Croatia and Slovenia, with guests Bosnia-Herzogovina and Serbia
  • Slovenia 7-45 Croatia
  • Austria 19-12 Hungary
  • Slovenia 0-35 Austria
  • Croatia 33-0 Hungary
  • Slovenia 5-29 Hungary
  • Croatia 17-12 Austria

F-EN Tournament 2009[edit]

Date/Venue: 21 March 2009, Zagreb, Croatia

Participants: Austria, Hungary, Croatia and Slovenia, with guests Bosnia-Herzogovina and Serbia

Europe Emerging Nations 2009[edit]

Date/Venue: April 12, 2009 at Zanka, Hungary.

  • After a training camp, a tournament was played. Initially it was expected that Serbia, Czech Republic, Finland (development team), Poland, Austria, Bulgaria, Bosnia Herzegovina, Croatia and Hungary, possibly Slovenia would take part.

Pool Stages[edit]

Group A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Austria 3 0 0 55 19
Poland 2 0 1 71 17
Finland 1 0 2 38 22
European Mix 0 0 3 5 111
  • Finland 26-0 European Mix
  • Austria 12-7 Poland
  • Austria 31-5 European Mix
  • Finland 5-10 Poland
  • Poland 54-0 European Mix
  • Finland 7-12 Austria

Group B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Hungary 1 2 0 45 35
Czech Republic 1 1 1 35 38
Bosnia Herzogovina 1 1 1 24 29
Croatia 0 2 1 31 33
  • Czech Republic 14-14 Hungary
  • Croatia 5-5 Bosnia Herzogovina
  • Croatia 14-14 Hungary
  • Czech Republic 7-12 Bosnia Herzogovina
  • Bosnia Herzogovina 7-17 Hungary
  • Czech Republic 14-12 Croatia


Classification Stages[edit]

Bowl Semi Finals

  • Finland 5-0 Croatia
  • Bosnia Herzogovina 5-0 European Mix

Cup and Plate Semi Finals

  • Austria 0-19 Czech Republic
  • Hungary 21-14 Poland

7th place

  • Croatia 40-0 European Mix

Bowl Final

  • Finland 5-0 Bosnia Herzogovina

Plate Final

  • Austria 7-14 Poland

Cup Final

  • Czech Republic 14-26 Hungary

FIRA-AER Tournament 2009 - Division B[edit]

Venue/Date: 6–7 June 2009, Zenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina. This was replaced in 2008 by World Cup qualifying. Slovenia, Ukraine, Georgia, Slovakia and Greece were expected to join this tournament in 2008. The plans of Slovakia and Greece aren't yet known. (Source Fira-Aer)

Pool Stages[edit]

Group A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Poland 4 0 0 100 24
Denmark 3 0 1 70 48
Georgia 2 0 2 71 47
Luxembourg 0 1 3 27 56
Slovenia 0 1 3 15 108
  • Slovenia 0-34 Poland
  • Denmark 17-14 Georgia
  • Poland 17-7 Luxembourg
  • Denmark 31-0 Slovenia
  • Georgia 12-10 Luxembourg
  • Poland 34-5 Denmark
  • Georgia 33-5 Slovenia
  • Denmark 17-0 Luxembourg
  • Poland 15-12 Georgia
  • Luxembourg 10-10 Slovenia

Group B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Switzerland 4 0 0 149 0
Hungary 3 0 1 67 32
Ukraine 2 0 2 74 50
Bosnia & Herzegovina 1 0 3 10 92
Serbia 0 0 4 5 131
  • Ukraine 0-24 Switzerland
  • Serbia 0-29 Hungary
  • Switzerland 42-0 Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Serbia 0-41 Ukraine
  • Hungary 12-0 Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Switzerland 51-0 Serbia
  • Hungary 26-0 Ukraine
  • Bosnia & Herzegovina 0-33 Ukraine
  • Switzerland 32-0 Hungary
  • Serbia 5-10 Bosnia & Herzegovina


Classification Stages[edit]

Plate Semis

  • Georgia 14-5 Bosnia Herzogovina
  • Luxembourg 0-5 Ukraine

Cup Semis

  • Poland 21-12 Hungary
  • Denmark 0-39 Switzerland

Bowl Final

  • Slovenia 36-5 Serbia

7th Place

  • Luxembourg 5-0 Bosnia Herzogovina

Plate Final

  • Ukraine 10-7 Georgia

3rd place

  • Hungary 22-10 Denmark

Cup Final

  • Poland 0-37 Switzerland

F-EN Finals 2009[edit]

27 and 28 June 2009 at Vienna, Austria

Participants are Austria, Hungary, Croatia and Slovenia, with guests Bosnia & Herzegovina and Serbia

FIRA-AER Tournament 2009 - Division A[edit]

Venue/Date: 4–5 July 2009, Bruges, Belgium.

  • Group A consists of Finland, Israel, Czech Republic, Latvia, Croatia, Belgium B (replacing Lithuania).
  • Group B consists of Andorra, Romania, Bulgaria, Malta, Belgium, Austria.

Pool Stages[edit]

Group A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Finland 5 0 0 125 5
Czech Republic 4 0 1 80 28
Israel 3 0 2 32 39
Belgium B 2 0 3 37 74
Latvia 0 1 4 22 61
Croatia 0 1 4 10 99
  • Czech Republic 33-0 Belgium B
  • Israel 10-7 Latvia
  • Finland 43-0 Croatia
  • Latvia 0-10 Belgium B
  • Czech Republic 14-0 Croatia
  • Finland 20-0 Israel
  • Croatia 0-27 Belgium B
  • Finland 10-5 Latvia
  • Israel 0-12 Czech Republic
  • Latvia 10-10 Croatia
  • Israel 17-0 Belgium B
  • Finland 28-0 Czech Republic
  • Israel 5-0 Croatia
  • Czech Republic 21-0 Latvia
  • Finland 24-0 Belgium B

Group B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Belgium  4 0 1 56 17
Malta 3 1 1 82 12
Romania 3 1 1 67 31
Austria 3 0 2 55 44
Andorra 1 0 4 19 70
Bulgaria 0 0 5 17 122
  • Bulgaria 7-19 Austria
  • Romania 5-5 Malta
  • Andorra 0-5 Belgium 
  • Malta 5-7 Austria
  • Bulgaria 0-24 Belgium 
  • Andorra 7-14 Romania
  • Belgium  15-0 Austria
  • Andorra 0-19 Malta
  • Romania 31-0 Bulgaria
  • Malta 17-0 Belgium 
  • Romania 17-7 Austria
  • Andorra 12-10 Bulgaria
  • Romania 0-12 Belgium 
  • Bulgaria 0-36 Malta
  • Andorra 0-22 Austria


Classification Stages[edit]

Bowl Semi Final

  • Latvia 5-17 Bulgaria
  • Croatia 0-19 Andorra

Plate Semi Final

Cup Semi Final

  • Finland 31-0 Malta
  • Czech Republic 19-7 Belgium

11th Place

  • Latvia 10-0 Croatia

Bowl Final

  • Bulgaria 0-7 Andorra

7th Place

  • Israel 10-0 Romania

Plate Final

3rd Place

Cup Final

  • Finland 29-0 Czech Republic

FIRA-AER Tournament 2009 - Top 10[edit]

Venue/Date: 11–12 July, Hanover, Germany.

  • Participants were Italy, Spain, Germany, France, Portugal, Netherlands, Sweden, England, Russia, Moldova

Pool Stages[edit]

Pool A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
England 4 0 0 87 5
Spain 3 0 1 43 24
 France 1 1 2 57 60
Portugal 1 1 2 36 63
Sweden 0 0 4 17 88
  • Portugal 0-34 England
  • Spain 14-0 France
  • England 7-0 Sweden
  • Spain 12-0 Portugal
  • France 40-12 Sweden
  • England 24-0 Spain
  • France 12-12 Portugal
  • Spain 17-0 Sweden
  • England 22-5 France
  • Sweden 5-24 Portugal

Pool B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Netherlands 4 0 0 111 19
Germany 3 0 1 50 36
Russia 2 0 2 56 48
Italy 1 0 3 29 61
Moldova 0 0 4 7 89
  • Moldova 0-26 Netherlands
  • Russia 12-5 Italy
  • Netherlands 19-0 Germany
  • Russia 22-0 Moldova
  • Italy 0-14 Germany
  • Netherlands 31-12 Russia
  • Italy 17-0 Moldova
  • Russia 10-12 Germany
  • Netherlands 35-7 Italy
  • Germany 24-7 Moldova


Classification Stages[edit]

Plate Semi Final

  • France 21-10 Italy
  • Portugal 17-7 Russia

Cup Semi Final

  • England 44-0 Germany
  • Spain 12-7 Netherlands

Bowl Final

  • Sweden 27-7 Moldova

7th Place

  • Italy 7-26 Russia

Plate Final

  • France 19-0 Portugal

3rd Place

  • Netherlands 35-10 Germany

Cup Final

  • England 20-12 Spain

Europe Emerging Nations Tournament[edit]

26 September 2009 in Slovenia

  • Slovenia 0-28 Hungary
  • Hungary 31-7 Austria
  • Austria bt Slovenia
  • Hungary 35-0 Slovenia
  • Austria bt Slovenia
  • Hungary 19-19 Austria

2010[edit]

European Emerging Nations Tournament[edit]

'Venue/Date: 21 March 2010 at Ljubljana

  • Hungary 48-0 Croatia
  • Hungary 38-0 Austria
  • Hungary 41-0 Slovenia

Other scores not published

European Emerging Nations Camp Tournament[edit]

'Venue/Date: 4 April 2010 at Zanka

Pool A

  • Hungary 21-5 Finland
  • Czech Republic 19-0 Austria
  • Finland 0-27 Poland
  • Poland 10-14 Hungary
  • Austria 10-17 Poland
  • Finland 0-26 Czech Republic
  • Austria 5-29 Hungary
  • Czech Republic 7-12 Poland
  • Finland 5-14 Austria
  • Czech Republic 0-26 Hungary
Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Hungary 4 0 0 90 20 8
Poland 3 0 1 66 31 6
Czech Republic 2 0 2 52 38 4
Austria 1 0 3 29 70 2
Finland 0 0 4 10 88 0


Pool B

  • Barbarians 5-7 Mladost Zagreb
  • Denmark 10-7 Luxembourg
  • Mladost Zagreb 21-5 Slovenia
  • Denmark 12-0 Barbarians
  • Luxembourg 19-15 Slovenia
  • Mladost Zagreb 14-10 Denmark
  • Luxembourg 32-0 Barbarians
  • Denmark 44-0 Slovenia
  • Mladost Zagreb 35-0 Luxembourg
  • Slovenia 41-0 Barbarians
Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Mladost Zagreb 4 0 0 77 20 8
Denmark 3 0 1 76 21 6
Luxembourg 2 0 2 58 60 4
Slovenia 1 0 3 61 84 2
Barbarians 0 0 4 5 92 0


9th place

  • Slovenia 12-17 Barbarians

7th place

  • Denmark 12-0 Luxembourg

5th place

  • Finland 22-17 Mladost Zagreb

3rd place

  • Czech Republic 17-12 Austria

Final

  • Hungary 24-0 Poland


F-EN League[edit]

Venue/Date: 26 April 2010, Székesfehervár, Hungary.[2]

  • Austria 7-25 Slovenia
  • Hungary 12-19 Czech Republic
  • Croatia 19-15 Czech Republic
  • Hungary 48-0 Austria
  • Slovenia 0-35 Croatia
  • Czech Republic 33-0 Austria
  • Croatia 0-52 Hungary
  • Slovenia 0-41 Czech Republic
  • Austria 5-22 Croatia
  • Hungary 12-7 Slovenia
Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Hungary 3 0 1 124 26 10
Czech Republic 3 0 1 128 31 10
Croatia 2 0 2 76 72 8
Slovenia 1 0 3 32 85 6
Austria 0 0 4 12 128 4


FIRA-AER Tournament 2010 - Division A[edit]

Venue/Date: 22–23 May 2010, Bucharest, Romania.[3]

Pool Stages[edit]

Group A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Moldova 4 1 0 96 17 14
Belgium  4 1 0 84 7 14
Austria 3 0 2 48 59 11
Andorra 2 0 3 36 36 9
Croatia 1 0 4 35 49 7
Bulgaria 0 0 5 0 131 5
  • Austria 12-5 Croatia
  • Belgium 19-0 Andorra
  • Moldova 40-0 Bulgaria
  • Andorra 12-0 Croatia
  • Austria 19-0 Bulgaria
  • Moldova 7-7 Belgium
  • Bulgaria 0-24 Croatia
  • Moldova 5-0 Andorra
  • Belgium 24-0 Austria
  • Andorra 24-0 Bulgaria
  • Belgium 10-0 Croatia
  • Moldova 29-5 Austria
  • Belgium 24-0 Bulgaria
  • Austria 12-0 Andorra
  • Moldova 15-5 Croatia

Group B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Switzerland 5 0 0 126 10 15
Romania 4 0 1 87 36 13
Czech Republic 3 0 2 39 74 11
Latvia 2 0 3 29 47 9
Malta 1 0 4 24 65 7
Israel 0 0 5 5 78 5
  • Israel 0-31 Switzerland
  • Malta 7-12 Romania
  • Czech Republic 10-0 Latvia
  • Romania 5-24 Switzerland
  • Israel 0-10 Latvia
  • Czech Republic 14-7 Malta
  • Latvia 5-10 Switzerland
  • Czech Republic 5-26 Romania
  • Malta 5-5 Israel
  • Romania 22-0 Latvia
  • Malta 0-20 Switzerland
  • Czech Republic 10-0 Israel
  • Malta 5-14 Latvia
  • Israel 0-22 Romania
  • Czech Republic 0-36 Switzerland


Classification Stages[edit]

Bowl Semis

  • Croatia 15-0 Israel
  • Bulgaria 17-12 Malta

Plate Final

  • Austria 0-17 Latvia
  • Andorra 10-5 Czech Republic

Cup Semis

  • Moldova 20-0 Romania
  • Belgium 0-15 Switzerland

11th Place

  • Israel 15-5 Malta

Bowl final

  • Croatia 17-0 Bulgaria

7th Place

  • Austria 7-10 Czech Republic

Plate Final

  • Latvia 7-5 Andorra

3rd place

  • Romania 0-26 Belgium

Cup Final

  • Moldova 19-17 Switzerland

FIRA-AER Tournament 2010 - Division B[edit]

Venue/Date: 22–23 May 2010, Odense, Denmark.[4]

Pool Stages[edit]

Group A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Ukraine 5 0 0 198 7 15
Poland 3 1 1 102 45 13
Georgia 3 1 1 94 40 11
Nordic Barbarians 2 0 3 29 49 9
Serbia 1 0 4 12 152 7
Slovenia 0 0 5 0 142 5
  • Georgia 7-0 Nordic Barbarians
  • Ukraine 52-0 Slovenia
  • Poland 24-0 Serbia
  • Slovenia 0-5 Nordic Barbarians
  • Georgia 35-0 Serbia
  • Poland 0-31 Ukraine
  • Serbia 0-24 Nordic Barbarians
  • Poland 42-0 Slovenia
  • Ukraine 26-7 Georgia
  • Slovenia 0-12 Serbia
  • Ukraine 20-0 Nordic Barbarians
  • Poland 14-14 Georgia
  • Ukraine 69-0 Serbia
  • Georgia 31-0 Slovenia
  • Poland 22-0 Nordic Barbarians

Group B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Hungary 5 0 0 176 22 15
Norway 4 0 1 128 24 13
Lithuania 3 0 2 79 71 11
Denmark 2 0 3 78 57 9
Luxembourg 1 0 4 24 156 7
Bosnia-Herzegovina 0 0 5 0 155 5
  • Luxembourg 12-31 Lithuania
  • Denmark 22-0 Bosnia-Herzegovina
  • Hungary 19-0 Norway
  • Bosnia-Herzegovina 0-31 Lithuania
  • Luxembourg 0-34 Norway
  • Hungary 26-17 Denmark
  • Norway 21-5 Lithuania
  • Hungary 41-0 Bosnia-Herzegovina
  • Denmark 34-0 Luxembourg
  • Bosnia-Herzegovina 0-54 Norway
  • Denmark 5-12 Lithuania
  • Hungary 57-5 Luxembourg
  • Denmark 0-19 Norway
  • Luxembourg 7-0 Bosnia-Herzegovina
  • Hungary 33-0 Lithuania


Classification Stages[edit]

Bowl Semis

  • Bosnia-Herzegovina 5-7 Serbia
  • Slovenia 5-22 Luxembourg

Plate Final

  • Georgia 19-15 Denmark
  • Nordic Barbarians 0-7 Lithuania

Cup Semis

  • Ukraine 15-0 Norway
  • Poland 0-43 Hungary

11th Place

  • Serbia 0-15 Slovenia

Bowl final

  • Bosnia-Herzegovina 12-17 Luxembourg

7th Place

  • Denmark 10-7 Nordic Barbarians

Plate Final

  • Georgia 31-5 Lithuania

3rd place

  • Norway 12-0 Poland

Cup Final

  • Ukraine 41-0 Hungary

European Emerging Nations Tournament[edit]

'Venue/Date: 6 June 2010 at Vienna

  • Hungary 17-7 Croatia
  • Hungary 24-12 Austria
  • Hungary 43-0 Slovenia

Other scores not published

FIRA-AER Tournament 2010 - Top 10[edit]

Venue/Date: 10–11 July 2010, Moscow, Russia.[5]

Pool Stages[edit]

Group A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
France 3 1 0 78 34 11
Italy 3 1 0 77 19 11
England 2 0 2 102 34 8
Germany 1 0 3 40 110 6
Sweden 0 0 4 17 117 4
  • Sweden 5-29 England
  • Germany 7-35 France
  • England 7-17 Italy
  • Germany 26-0 Sweden
  • France 5-5 Italy
  • England 56-0 Germany
  • France 26-12 Sweden
  • Germany 7-19 Italy
  • England 10-12 France
  • Italy 36-0 Sweden

Group B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Spain 4 0 0 116 12 12
Netherlands 3 0 1 71 46 10
Russia 1 1 2 48 49 7
Portugal 1 1 2 45 55 7
Finland 0 0 4 12 130 3
  • Finland 0-47 Spain
  • Netherlands 17-12 Portugal
  • Spain 21-0 Russia
  • Netherlands 33-5 Finland
  • Portugal 7-7 Russia
  • Spain 24-0 Pays-Bas
  • Portugal 14-7 Finland
  • Netherlands 21-5 Russia
  • Spain 24-12 Portugal
  • Russia 36-0 Finland


Classification Stages[edit]

Plate Semis

  • England 12-7 Portugal
  • Germany 7-12 Russia

Cup Semis

  • Italy 15-21 Netherlands
  • France 0-21 Spain

9th Place - Bowl final

  • Finland 17-24 Sweden

7th Place

  • Germany 7-33 Portugal

Plate Final - 5th place

  • England 13-10 (10-10) Russia

3rd place

  • Italy 0-12 France

Cup Final

  • Netherlands 12-28 Spain

F-EN League[edit]

Venue/Date: 19 September 2010, Zagreb, Croatia.[6]

  • Not all scores are available. 1st Hungary, 2nd Battai Buldogok Női (Hungary), 3rd Mladost Zagreb, 4th Nada Split, 5th Slovenia
  • Hungary 29-0 Slovenia
  • Nada Split 5-35 Hungary
  • Mladost Zagreb 7-22 Hungary
  • Hungary 21-7 Battai Buldogok Női (Hungary)

Venue/Date: 10 October 2010, Ljubljana, Slovenia.[7]

  • Slovenia 10-38 Hungary
  • Croatia 12-17 Battai Buldogok Női (Hungary)
  • Hungary 17-14 Battai Buldogok Női (Hungary)
  • Slovenia 0-41 Croatia
  • Slovenia 5-33 Battai Buldogok Női (Hungary)
  • Hungary 17-0 Croatia
Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Hungary 3 0 0 71 24 6
Battai Buldogok Női (Hungary) 2 0 1 64 34 4
Croatia 1 0 2 53 34 2
Slovenia 0 0 3 15 112 0


Venue/Date: 30 October 2010, Vienna.[8]

  • Austria 10-25 Hungary "A"
  • Hungary "B" 15-25 Slovenia
  • Hungary "A" 50-0 Hungary "B"
  • Austria 20-10 Hungary "B"
  • Hungary "A" 40-10 Slovenia

Venue/Date: 13 November 2010, Székesfehárvárott, Hungary.[9]

  • Hungary 14-14 Croatia
  • Serbia 24-24 Slovenia
  • Hungary 12-5 Austria
  • Croatia 0-10 Austria
  • Hungary 50-7 Serbia
  • Austria 21-12 Slovenia
  • Croatia 38-0 Serbia
  • Hungary 40-5 Slovenia
  • Austria 45-0 Serbia
  • Croatia 20-7 Slovenia
Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Hungary 3 1 0 116 31 7
Austria 3 0 1 81 24 6
Croatia 2 1 1 72 31 5
Slovenia 0 1 3 51 105 1
Serbia 0 1 3 31 157 1


2011[edit]

F-EN League[edit]

Venue/Date: 9 April 2011, Zagreb, Croatia.[10]

  • Not all scores are available. 1st Hungary, 2nd Austria, 3rd Croatia, 4th Slovenia. The Croatian side by the way was the club of Mladost; for some reason it replaced the national team.
  • Hungary 19-12 Austria
  • Hungary 22-0 Croatia
  • Hungary 44-0 Slovenia
  • Croatia 12-19 Austria
  • Slovenia 0-44 Austria
  • Croatia ?-? Slovenia

F-EN League[edit]

Venue/Date: 9 April 2011, Zagreb All results not available

  • Croatia 0-22 Hungary
  • Austria 12-19 Hungary
  • Slovenia 0-42 Hungary

European Emerging Nations Camp Tournament[edit]

'Venue/Date: 23–34 April 2011 at Zanka

Group A 'Pool 1'

  • Romania 21-5 Austria
  • Bulgaria 10-22 Poland
  • Austria 17-12 Bulgaria
  • Romania 7-10 Poland
  • Bulgaria 0-43 Romania
  • Austria 7-10 Poland
Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Poland 3 0 0 71 15 4
Romania 2 0 1 71 15 4
Austria 1 0 2 29 43 2
Bulgaria 0 0 3 42 92 2


Pool 2

  • Czech Republic 29-0 Nada Split
  • Hungary 28-0 Denmark
  • Nada Split 0-14 Hungary
  • Czech Republic 24-12 Denmark
  • Hungary 12-21 Czech Republic
  • Denmark 40-0 Nada Split
Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Czech Republic 3 0 0 74 24 6
Hungary 2 0 1 54 21 4
Denmark 1 0 2 52 52 2
Nada Split 0 0 3 0 83 0


Group B Pool 1

  • Luxembourg 21-5 Crovenia (Croatia & Slovenia)
  • Crovenia 12-7 Czech Republic 'B'
  • Luxembourg 7-24 Czech Republic 'B'
Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Luxembourg 1 0 1 28 29 2
Crovenia 1 0 1 17 28 2
Czech Republic 'B'[11] 1 0 1 31 19 2


Pool 2

  • Serbia 14-5 Slovakia
  • Slovakia 10-26 Poland 'B'
  • Serbia 12-17 Poland 'B'
Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Serbia 1 0 1 26 22 2
Slovakia 0 0 2 15 40 0
Poland 'B'[12] 2 0 0 43 22 4


9th-12th place

  • Crovenia 22-0 Slovakia
  • Serbia 22-5 Luxembourg

13th place

  • Czech Republic 'B' 29-0 Poland 'B'

11th place

  • Slovakia 5-31 Luxembourg

9th place

  • Crovenia 36-7 Serbia

7th place

  • Bulgaria 15-0 Nada Split

5th place

  • Austria 14-12 Denmark

3rd place

  • Romania 7-17 Hungary

Final

  • Poland 5-27 Czech Republic


F-EN League[edit]

Venue/Date: 19 May 2011, Wiener Sport Club Stadium, Vienna All results not available

  • Austria 7-31 Hungary
  • Austria 19-15 Hungary

FIRA-AER Tournament 2011 - Division 3[edit]

Venue/Date: 5–6 June 2011, Zanka, Hungary

  • Following the promotion of Norway to Division 2, a Babarians team was created to fill their place

Group A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Hungary 4 0 0 117 20 12
Denmark 3 0 1 102 41 10
Lithuania 2 0 2 79 58 8
Serbia 1 0 3 48 90 6
Slovenia 0 0 4 0 138 4
  • Serbia 5-31 Hungary
  • Lithuania 15-22 Denmark
  • Hungary 36-0 Slovenia
  • Lithuania 26-12 Serbia
  • Denmark 38-0 Slovenia
  • Hungary 24-5 Lithuania
  • Denmark 33-0 Serbia
  • Lithuania 33-0 Slovenia
  • Hungary 26-10 Denmark
  • Slovenia 0-31 Serbia

Bowl semi-finals (5th-8th)

  • Lithuania 17-5 Barbarians
  • Luxembourg 15-17 Serbia

Bowl final (5th/6th)

  • Lithuania 31-0 Serbia

7th/8th place

  • Barbarians 12-29 Luxembourg

9th/10th place

  • Bosnia & Herzegovina 31-0 Slovenia

Group B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Georgia 4 0 0 136 14 12
Poland 3 0 1 88 31 10
Luxembourg 2 0 2 39 59 8
Barbarians 1 0 3 59 82 6
Bosnia & Herzegovina 0 0 4 0 136 4
  • Barbarians 0-33 Poland
  • Georgia 33-0 Luxembourg
  • Poland 34-0 Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Georgia 34-7 Barbarians
  • Luxembourg 19-0 Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Poland 7-26 Georgia
  • Luxembourg 15-12 Barbarians
  • Georgia 43-0 Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Poland 14-5 Luxembourg
  • Bosnia & Herzegovina 0-40 Barbarians

Semi-finals

  • Hungary 10-12 Poland
  • Georgia 21-26 Denmark

Final

  • Poland 24-0 Denmark

3rd/4th place

  • Hungary 7-28 Georgia


FIRA-AER Tournament 2011 - Division 2[edit]

Venue/Date: 2–3 July 2011, Riga, Latvia

  • Following the promotion of Romania to the Top 12, Norway were promoted from Division 3 to replace them

Group A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Switzerland 5 0 0 179 12 15
Czech Republic 4 0 1 91 29 13
Norway 3 0 2 91 29 11
Bulgaria 2 0 3 29 138 9
Andorra 1 0 4 22 103 7
Israel 0 0 5 21 102 5
  • Czech Republic 19-0 Norway
  • Andorra 5-17 Bulgaria
  • Switzerland 30-0 Israel
  • Bulgaria 0-31 Norway
  • Czech Republic 10-7 Israel
  • Switzerland 43-0 Andorra
  • Israel 0-38 Norway
  • Switzerland 62-0 Bulgaria
  • Andorra 0-22 Czech Republic
  • Bulgaria 12-7 Israel
  • Andorra 5-14 Norway
  • Switzerland 22-7 Czech Republic
  • Andorra 12-7 Israel
  • Czech Republic 33-0 Bulgaria
  • Switzerland 22-5 Norway

Bowl (9th-12th)
Semi-finals

  • Andorra 0-14 Latvia
  • Israel 5-10 Malta

11th/12th place

  • Andorra 10-0 Israel

9th/10th place

  • Latvia 14-0 Malta

Plate (5th-8th)
Semi-finals

  • Norway 5-10 Austria
  • Bulgaria 0-34 Belgium

7th/8th place

  • Norway 25-5 Bulgaria

5th/6th place

Group B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Ukraine 5 0 0 212 7 15
Croatia 4 0 1 99 48 13
Belgium 3 0 2 55 76 11
Austria 2 0 3 60 86 9
Malta 1 0 4 12 137 7
Latvia 0 0 5 7 91 5
  • Austria 36-7 Malta
  • Latvia 0-10 Croatia
  • Belgium 0-33 Ukraine
  • Croatia 27-0 Malta
  • Austria 0-31 Ukraine
  • Belgium 14-7 Latvia
  • Ukraine 55-0 Malta
  • Belgium 5-24 Croatia
  • Latvia 0-12 Austria
  • Croatia 7-43 Ukraine
  • Latvia 0-5 Malta
  • Belgium 17-12 Austria
  • Latvia 0-50 Ukraine
  • Austria 0-31 Croatia
  • Belgium 19-0 Malta

Cup (1st-4th)
Semi-finals

  • Switzerland 17-0 Croatia
  • Czech Republic 0-47 Ukraine

3rd/4th place

  • Croatia 7-14 Czech Republic

Final: 1st/2nd place

  • Switzerland 0-41 Ukraine


FIRA-AER Tournament 2011 - Top 12[edit]

Venue/Date: 16–17 July 2011, Bucharest, Romania

  • Wales originally entered, but withdrew on 2 March. As a result Romania moved up from Division 2

Group A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
England 5 0 0 134 24 15
Spain 4 0 1 160 20 13
Italy 3 0 2 83 65 11
Germany 2 0 3 87 119 9
Sweden 1 0 4 56 117 7
Romania 0 0 5 21 196 5
  • England 46-0 Romania
  • Italy 27-12 Germany
  • Spain 42-0 Sweden
  • Germany 37-0 Romania
  • England 20-5 Sweden
  • Spain 21-5 Italy
  • Sweden 29-14 Romania
  • Spain 42-0 Germany
  • Italy 7-20 England
  • Germany 31-17 Sweden
  • Italy 34-7 Romania
  • Spain 5-15 England
  • Italy 10-5 Sweden
  • England 33-7 Germany
  • Spain 50-0 Romania

Bowl (9th-12th)
Semi-finals

  • Sweden 24-5 Finland
  • Moldova 10-7 Romania

11th/12th place

  • Finland 10-40 Romania

9th/10th place

  • Sweden 15-12 Moldova

Plate (5th-8th)
Semi-finals

  • Italy 7-14 France
  • Portugal 28-10 Germany

7th/8th place

  • Italy 12-14 Germany

5th/6th place

  • France 17-7 Portugal

Group B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
Russia 5 0 0 123 17 15
Netherlands 4 0 1 117 34 13
Portugal 3 0 2 75 24 11
France 2 0 3 94 57 9
Moldova 1 0 4 19 118 7
Finland 0 0 5 17 164 5
  • Russia 41-0 Finland
  • France 5-12 Portugal
  • Netherlands 47-0 Moldova
  • Portugal 27-0 Finland
  • Russia 34-0 Moldova
  • Netherlands 14-12 France
  • Moldova 19-10 Finland
  • Netherlands 12-5 Portugal
  • France 7-24 Russia
  • Portugal 31-0 Moldova
  • France 43-7 Finland
  • Netherlands 10-17 Russia
  • France 27-0 Moldova
  • Russia 7-0 Portugal
  • Netherlands 34-0 Finland

Cup (1st-4th)
Semi-finals

  • England 14-0 Netherlands
  • Russia 0-31 Spain

3rd/4th place

  • Netherlands 12-0 Russia

Final

  • England 17-7 Spain


2012[edit]

Europe Emerging Nations 2012[edit]

Date/Venue: April 9, 2012 at Zanka, Hungary.

  • After a training camp (5–9 April), a tournament was played.

Group A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Romania 3 0 1 138 17
Bulgaria 2 0 2 52 72
Austria 1 0 3 46 88
Slovakia 0 0 4 7 171
Poland II* 4 0 0 106 5

(*As an additional team, Poland II were automatically placed 5th in the pool)

  • Slovakia 0-47 Romania
  • Austria 5-12 Bulgaria
  • Romania 0-17 Poland II
  • Austria 36-0 Slovakia
  • Bulgaria 0-21 Poland II
  • Romania 52-0 Austria
  • Bulgaria 40-7 Slovakia
  • Austria 5-24 Poland II
  • Romania 39-0 Bulgaria
  • Poland II 44-0 Slovakia

9th/10th Place

  • Poland II 43-0 Barbarians

7th/8th Place

  • Slovakia 0-32 Czech Republic

Group B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Hungary 4 0 0 140 28
Poland 3 0 1 127 26
Croatia 2 0 2 74 41
Czech Republic 1 0 3 55 112
Barbarians 0 0 4 0 189
  • Hungary 47-14 Czech Republic
  • Croatia 0-17 Poland
  • Czech Republic 36-0 Barbarians
  • Croatia 0-24 Hungary
  • Poland 60-0 Barbarians
  • Czech Republic 0-29 Croatia
  • Poland 14-21 Hungary
  • Croatia 45-0 Barbarians
  • Czech Republic 5-36 Poland
  • Barbarians 0-48 Hungary

5th/6th Place

  • Austria 0-35 Croatia

3rd/4th Place

  • Bulgaria 0-40 Poland

Final

  • Romania 26-19 Hungary


European World Cup Qualifier: Group A[edit]

Date/Venue: June 9–10, 2012 at Sofia, Bulgaria.

Group A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Hungary 5 0 0 158 19
Romania 4 0 1 201 21
Latvia 3 0 2 78 45
Bulgaria 2 0 3 43 114
Slovakia 1 0 4 41 151
Lithuania 0 0 5 10 181
  • Latvia 26-0 Slovakia
  • Bulgaria 7-40 Hungary
  • Romania 55-0 Lithuania
  • Hungary 36-5 Slovakia
  • Latvia 38-0 Lithuania
  • Romania 48-0 Bulgaria
  • Lithuania 5-29 Slovakia
  • Romania 7-21 Hungary
  • Bulgaria 0-14 Latvia
  • Hungary 44-0 Lithuania
  • Bulgaria 21-7 Slovakia
  • Romania 28-0 Latvia
  • Bulgaria 15-5 Lithuania
  • Latvia 0-17 Hungary
  • Romania 63-0 Slovakia

Plate (5th-8th):

Semi-finals

  • Latvia 0-10 Austria
  • Bulgaria 0-31 Denmark

Final (5th/6th): Austria 17-12 Denmark

7th/8th place: Latvia 24-7 Bulgaria

Bowl (9th-12th):

Semi-finals

  • Slovakia 27-0 Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Lithuania 15-0 Andorra

Final (9th/10th): Slovakia 10-0 Lithuania

11th/12th place Bosnia & Herzegovina 0-17 Andorra

Group B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Wales 5 0 0 238 0
Croatia 4 0 1 161 36
Denmark 3 0 2 103 97
Austria 2 0 3 85 81
Andorra 1 0 4 45 172
Bosnia & Herzegovina 0 0 5 0 246
  • Denmark 0-35 Wales
  • Austria 34-0 Andorra
  • Croatia 38-0 Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Andorra 0-55 Wales
  • Denmark 56-0 Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Croatia 29-0 Austria
  • Bosnia & Herzegovina 0-75 Wales
  • Croatia 51-0 Andorra
  • Austria 7-10 Denmark
  • Andorra 33-0 Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Austria 0-42 Wales
  • Croatia 43-5 Denmark
  • Austria 44-0 Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Denmark 32-12 Andorra
  • Croatia 0-31 Wales

Cup (1st-4th):

Semi-finals

  • Hungary 7-14 Croatia
  • Wales 46-0 Romania

Final:

  • Croatia 0-49 Wales

3rd/4th place:

  • Hungary 5-33 Romania


European World Cup Qualifier: Group B[edit]

Date/Venue: June 9–10, 2012 at Ghent, Belgium.

Group A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Scotland 4 0 0 155 12
Georgia 3 0 1 115 26
Finland 2 0 2 24 104
Norway 1 0 3 20 90
Malta 0 0 4 5 87
  • Scotland 59-0 Finland
  • Norway 15-0 Malta
  • Finland 0-45 Georgia
  • Norway 0-46 Scotland
  • Malta 0-26 Georgia
  • Finland 7-0 Norway
  • Malta 5-27 Scotland
  • Norway 5-37 Georgia
  • Finland 17-0 Malta
  • Georgia 7-21 Scotland

Plate (5th-8th):

Semi-finals

  • Finland 0-31 Poland
  • Norway 7-12 Czech Republic

Final (5th/6th):

  • Poland 12-17 Czech Republic (in extra time)

7th/8th place:

  • Finland 5-10 Norway

Bowl Final (9th/10th):

  • Malta 7-0 Israel

Group B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Ireland 4 0 0 169 0
Belgium 3 0 1 69 50
Czech Republic 1 1 2 48 83
Poland 1 1 2 29 65
Israel 0 0 4 5 122
  • Ireland 40-0 Czech Republic
  • Belgium 17-12 Poland
  • Czech Republic 36-5 Israel
  • Belgium 0-31 Ireland
  • Poland 12-0 Israel
  • Czech Republic 7-33 Belgium
  • Poland 0-43 Ireland
  • Belgium 19-0 Israel
  • Czech Republic 5-5 Poland
  • Israel 0-55 Ireland

Cup (1st-4th):

Semi-finals

  • Scotland 26-7 Belgium*
  • Ireland 46-0 Georgia*

Final:

  • Scotland 0-29 Ireland

3rd/4th place:

  • Belgium 14-7 Georgia


European Women's Sevens Series: Round 1[edit]

Date/Venue: June 16–17, 2012 at Ameland, Netherlands.

Group A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
 England 5 0 0 159 12
 Russia 3 0 2 119 41
 France 3 0 2 94 26
 Italy 2 1 2 45 74
 Sweden 1 1 3 14 112
 Switzerland 0 0 5 12 178

Semifinals

Bowl

Plate

Cup

Group B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
 Spain 5 0 0 120 22
 Netherlands 4 0 1 141 19
 Ukraine 3 0 2 83 52
 Portugal 2 0 3 43 63
 Germany 1 0 4 36 105
 Moldova 0 0 5 0 162

Finals

Bowl

Plate

Cup


European Women's Sevens Series: Round 2 & World Cup final qualifier[edit]

Date/Venue: June 30 - July 1, 2012 Moscow.

Group A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
England 3 0 0 141 0
Germany 2 0 1 40 46
Portugal 1 0 2 34 64
Croatia 0 0 3 0 100
  • England 36-0 Germany
  • Portugal 29-0 Croatia
  • England 55-0 Croatia
  • Portugal 5-14 Germany
  • Germany 26-5 Croatia
  • England 50-0 Portugal

Group C

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Netherlands 3 0 0 116 12
Ireland 2 0 1 70 19
Italy 1 0 2 27 89
Switzerland 0 0 3 17 110
  • Netherlands 47-0 Switzerland
  • Italy 5-17 Ireland
  • Netherlands 14-12 Ireland
  • Italy 22-17 Switzerland
  • Switzerland 0-41 Ireland
  • Netherlands 55-0 Italy

Cup/Plate Quarter-finals (Winners qualify for World Cup)

  • England 31-5 Ukraine
  • Spain 31-5 Germany
  • Netherlands 0-22 France
  • Russia 27-0 Ireland

Plate Semi-finals (Winners qualify for World Cup)

  • Ireland 17-0 Ukraine
  • Netherlands 26-5 Germany

7th/8th place

  • Ukraine 22-0 Germany

Plate final (5th/6th place)

  • Ireland 7-31 Netherlands

Cup semi-finals

  • England 24-10 Russia
  • Spain 24-12 France

3rd/4th place

  • Russia 24-12 France

Cup final

  • England 27-7 Spain

Group B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Spain 3 0 0 109 0
Ukraine 2 0 1 48 42
Scotland 1 0 2 22 79
Sweden 0 0 3 26 84
  • Spain 38-0 Sweden
  • Ukraine 24-0 Scotland
  • Spain 36-0 Scotland
  • Ukraine 24-7 Sweden
  • Sweden 19-22 Scotland
  • Spain 35-0 Ukraine

Group D

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Russia 3 0 0 88 7
France 2 0 1 97 21
Wales 1 0 2 52 59
Moldova 0 0 3 0 150
  • France 57-0 Moldova
  • Russia 26-0 Wales
  • France 33-0 Wales
  • Russia 41-0 Moldova
  • Moldova 0-52 Wales
  • France 7-21 Russia

Bowl/Shield Quarter-finals

  • Portugal 21-7 Sweden
  • Scotland 27-0 Croatia
  • Wales 22-0 Switzerland
  • Italy 14-0 Moldova

Shield Semi-finals

  • Switzerland 7-10 Sweden
  • Moldova 24-0 Croatia

15th/16th place

  • Switzerland 15-5 Croatia

Shield final(13th/14th place)

  • Moldova 0-7 Sweden

Bowl semi-finals

  • Portugal 26-5 Wales
  • Scotland 22-17 Italy

11th/12th place

  • Wales 19-14 Italy

Bowl final (9th/10th place)

  • Portugal 26-5 Scotland


Final Standings

Rank Country Points
1  England 40
2  Spain 36
3  France 28
4=  Netherlands 27
4=  Russia 27
6  Ukraine 16
7  Portugal 14
8  Italy 13
9  Germany 11
10  Sweden 6
11=  Moldova 3
11=  Switzerland 3

2013[edit]

European Championship: Group B[edit]

Date/Venue: May 25–26, 2013 at Bratislava, Slovakia.

Group A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Bulgaria 4 1 0 89 61
Israel 4 0 1 118 26
Latvia 3 0 2 107 44
Andorra 1 1 3 48 106
Slovakia 1 0 4 43 85
Luxembourg 1 0 4 57 140
  • Slovakia 24-14 Luxembourg
  • Bulgaria 12-7 Israel
  • Latvia 34-0 Andorra
  • Israel 38-0 Luxembourg
  • Slovakia 0-10 Andorra
  • Latvia 14-15 Bulgaria
  • Andorra 17-22 Luxembourg
  • Latvia 7-15 Israel
  • Bulgaria 22-12 Slovakia
  • Israel 36-7 Andorra
  • Bulgaria 26-14 Luxembourg
  • Latvia 17-7 Slovakia
  • Bulgaria 14-14 Andorra
  • Slovakia 0-22 Israel
  • Latvia 35-7 Luxembourg

Group B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Finland 5 0 0 171 14
Norway 4 0 1 159 25
Malta 3 0 2 156 51
Turkey 2 0 3 75 14
Lithuania 1 0 4 41 158
Bosnia & Herzegovina 0 0 45 0 240
  • Malta 31-5 Turkey
  • Finland 50-0 Lithuania
  • Norway 51-0 Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Lithuania 0-22 Turkey
  • Malta 59-0 Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Norway 7-15 Finland
  • Bosnia & Herzegovina 0-43 Turkey
  • Norway 32-0 Lithuania
  • Finland 22-7 Malta
  • Lithuania 41-0 Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Finland 38-0 Turkey
  • Norway 24-5 Malta
  • Finland 46- Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Malta 54-0 Lithuania
  • Norway 45-5 Turkey


European Championship: Top 12, Round 1[edit]

Date/Venue: June 1–2, 2013 at Brive, France.[13]

Group A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
England 5 0 0 148 15
Russia 4 0 1 90 17
Netherlands 3 0 2 117 55
Germany 1 0 4 40 102
Portugal 1 0 4 27 103
Wales 1 0 4 34 150
  • Netherlands 31-0 Wales
  • Russia 19-3 Portugal
  • England 34-0 Germany
  • Portugal 12-17 Wales
  • Netherlands 29-7 Germany
  • England 7-5 Russia
  • Germany 26-17 Wales
  • England 34-0 Portugal
  • Russia 17-7 Netherlands
  • Portugal 12-7 Germany
  • Russia 39-0 Wales
  • England 31-10 Netherlands
  • Russia 10-0 Germany
  • Netherlands 26-0 Portugal
  • England 42-0 Wales

Group B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
France 5 0 0 148 10
Spain 4 0 1 99 39
Ireland 4 0 1 85 48
Italy 2 0 3 58 96
Ukraine 1 0 4 44 84
Scotland 0 0 5 10 167
  • Ukraine 27-0 Scotland
  • France 24-0 Italy
  • Spain 14-10 Ireland
  • Italy 38-5 Scotland
  • Ukraine 7-17 Ireland
  • Spain 0-24 France
  • Ireland 24-0 Scotland
  • Spain 33-0 Italy
  • France 45-0 Ukraine
  • Italy 10-29 Ireland
  • France 38-5 Scotland
  • Spain 12-5 Ukraine
  • France 17-5 Ireland
  • Ukraine 5-10 Italy
  • Spain 40-0 Scotland


European Championship: Division A[edit]

Date/Venue: June 7–8, 2013 at Prague, Czech Republic.

Group A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Sweden 4 0 1 84 19
Poland 4 0 0 79 36
Croatia 3 0 2 79 36
Romania 2 0 3 19 68
Georgia 2 0 2 62 82
Austria 0 0 5 5 142
  • Romania 0-14 Poland
  • Croatia 12-5 Georgia
  • Sweden 29-0 Austria
  • Georgia 7-15 Poland
  • Romania 12-0 Austria
  • Sweden 10-0 Croatia
  • Austria 5-36 Poland
  • Sweden 0-19 Georgia
  • Croatia 28-7 Romania
  • Georgia 31-0 Austria
  • Croatia 5-14 Poland
  • Sweden 26-0 Romania
  • Croatia 34-0 Austria
  • Romania 55-0 Georgia
  • Sweden 19-0 Poland

Group B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Belgium 5 0 0 166 26
Czech Republic 3 1 1 118 43
Moldova 3 1 1 97 47
Switzerland 2 0 3 64 100
Denmark 1 0 4 42 132
Hungary 0 0 5 19 164
  • Belgium 33-5 Denmark
  • Moldova 45-0 Hungary
  • Switzerland 5-29 Czech Republic
  • Hungary 14-24 Denmark
  • Belgium 24-12 Czech Republic
  • Switzerland 7-19 Moldova
  • Czech Republic 35-7 Denmark
  • Switzerland 21-5 Hungary
  • Moldova 0-28 Belgium
  • Hungary 0-33 Czech Republic
  • Moldova 26-5 Denmark
  • Switzerland 7-40 Belgium
  • Moldova 7-7 Czech Republic
  • Belgium 41-0 Hungary
  • Switzerland 24-7 Denmark


European Championship: Top 12, Round 2[edit]

Date/Venue: June 14–15, 2013 at Marbella, Spain.[14]

Group A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
France 5 0 0 116 10
Ireland 4 0 1 98 27
England 3 0 2 88 50
Portugal 1 1 3 27 67
Germany 1 0 4 34 123
Scotland 0 1 4 43 129
  • Ireland 31-5 Scotland
  • France 28-0 Germany
  • England 17-0 Portugal
  • Germany 22-19 Scotland
  • Ireland 19-0 Portugal
  • England 0-26 France
  • Portugal 12-12 Scotland
  • England 40-0 Germany
  • France 10-7 Ireland
  • Germany 0-12 Portugal
  • France 33-0 Scotland
  • England 17-0 Ireland
  • France 19-3 Portugal
  • Ireland 24-12 Germany
  • England 31-7 Scotland

Group B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Russia 5 0 0 159 24
Spain 4 0 1 121 26
Italy 3 0 2 63 80
Wales 2 0 3 40 87
Netherlands 1 0 4 34 102
Ukraine 0 0 5 14 112
  • Netherlands 12-7 Ukraine
  • Spain 33-7 Italy
  • Russia 41-0 Wales
  • Italy 22-7 Ukraine
  • Netherlands 17-21 Wales
  • Russia 19-12 Spain
  • Wales 12-0 Ukraine
  • Russia 28-12 Italy
  • Spain 33-0 Netherlands
  • Italy 10-7 Wales
  • Spain 24-0 Ukraine
  • Russia 29-0 Netherlands
  • Spain 19-0 Wales
  • Netherlands 5-12 Italy
  • Russia 42-0 Ukraine


Finals positions

  • 1 Russia 38
  • 2 England 32
  • 3 France 32
  • 4 Spain 32
  • 5 Ireland 26
  • 6 Italy 18
  • 7 Netherlands 14
  • 8 Wales 11
  • 9 Portugal 10
  • 10 Germany 8
  • 11 Ukraine 5
  • 12 Scotland 2

2014[edit]

European Championship: Top 12, Round 1[edit]

7-8 June 2014

European Championship: Division A[edit]

7-8 June 2014, Bergen

European Championship: Top 12, Round 2[edit]

14-15 June 2014

European Championship Division B[edit]

30 June 2014 at Vilnius.

Pool A

Team Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
 Lithuania 2 2 0 0 34 19 +15 6
 Slovakia 2 1 0 1 36 34 +2 4
 Austria 2 0 0 2 22 39 -17 2
  • Austria 7-15 Lithuania
  • Slovakia 12-19 Lithuania
  • Austria 15-24 Slovakia

Pool C

Team Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
 Israel 2 2 0 0 58 0 +58 6
 Turkey 2 1 0 1 29 10 +19 4
 Slovenia 2 0 0 2 0 77 -77 2
  • Israel 48-0 Slovenia
  • Turkey 29-0 Slovenia
  • Israel 10-0 Turkey

Bowl semi-finals (9th/12th)

  • Austria 12-17 Bulgaria
  • Serbia 25-0 Slovenia

11th/12th

  • Austria 48-0 Slovenia

Bowl final (9th/10th)

  • Bulgaria 21-5 Serbia

Plate semi finals (5th/8th)

  • Slovakia 0-39 Malta
  • Luxembourg 0-33 Turkey

Pool B

Team Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
 Hungary 2 2 0 0 90 0 +90 6
 Luxembourg 2 1 0 1 22 47 -25 4
 Serbia 2 0 0 2 0 65 -65 2
  • Hungary 43-0 Serbia
  • Luxembourg 22-0 Serbia 0
  • Hungary 47-0 Luxembourg

Pool D

Team Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
 Latvia 2 2 0 0 46 19 +27 6
 Malta 2 1 0 1 35 22 +13 4
 Bulgaria 2 0 0 2 24 64 -40 2
  • Latvia 36-12 Bulgaria
  • Malta 28-12 Bulgaria
  • Latvia 10-7 Malta

7th/8th place

  • Slovakia 24-5 Luxembourg

Plate final (5th/6th)

  • Malta 26-12 Turkey

Cup semi finals (1st/4th)

  • Lithuania 15-5 Latvia
  • Hungary 35-12 Israel

3rd place

  • Latvia 14-31 Israel

Cup final

  • Hungary 40-5 Lithuania


References[edit]

  1. ^ Source: Austria Union, Malta Union
  2. ^ [1]
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  6. ^ [5]
  7. ^ [6]
  8. ^ [7]
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  11. ^ Czech Republic B after the pool matches were automatically ranked third in their pools
  12. ^ Poland B after the pool matches were automatically ranked third in their pools
  13. ^ 2013 WGPS 1 results
  14. ^ 2013 WGPS 2 results