1999 Men's EuroFloorball Cup qualifying

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1999 Men's European Cup
Qualifying
Tournament details
Host country Czech Republic
Dates11 Novemberth to 13 Novemberth, 1999
Teams6 (from 6 countries)
Final positions
ChampionsLatvia Hanzas Maiznica
Denmark Herlev FC
Tournament statistics
Matches played15
Goals scored181 (12.07 per match)

The 1999 Men's EuroFloorball Cup Qualifying rounds took place over 11 Novemberth to 13 Novemberth, 1999 in Prague, Czech Republic. The top 2 teams advanced to the 1999 Men's EuroFloorball Cup Finals where they had a chance to win the EuroFloorball Cup for 1999.

The tournament was known as the 1999 Men's European Cup, but due to name implications, is now known as the 1999 Men's EuroFloorball Cup.

Results[edit]

Team GP W D L GF GA PTS
Latvia Hanzas Maiznica 5 5 0 0 59 14 10
Denmark Herlev FC 5 4 0 1 29 19 8
Hungary Szolnok FK 5 3 0 2 28 31 6
Poland KS Podhale Nowy Targ    5 2 0 3 31 26 4
Germany USV Halle 5 1 0 4 14 25 2
United Kingdom Ericsson GB 5 0 0 5 20 66 0
11 November 1999
Poland KS Podhale Nowy Targ 4–2 Germany USV Halle
Prague, Czech Republic
 
Denmark Herlev FC 5–3 Hungary Szolnok FK
Prague, Czech Republic
 
United Kingdom Ericsson GB 0–18 Latvia Hanzas Maiznica
Prague, Czech Republic
12 November 1999
Hungary Szolnok FK 6–2 Poland KS Podhale Nowy Targ
Prague, Czech Republic
 
Latvia Hanzas Maiznica 8–4 Denmark Herlev FC
Prague, Czech Republic
 
Germany USV Halle 6–3 United Kingdom Ericsson GB
Prague, Czech Republic
 
Poland KS Podhale Nowy Targ 6–10 Latvia Hanzas Maiznica
Prague, Czech Republic
 
Denmark Herlev FC 11–4 United Kingdom Ericsson GB
Prague, Czech Republic
 
Hungary Szolnok FK 3–2 Germany USV Halle
Prague, Czech Republic
13 November 1999
United Kingdom Ericsson GB 3–18 Poland KS Podhale Nowy Targ
Prague, Czech Republic
 
Germany USV Halle 3–4 Denmark Herlev FC
Prague, Czech Republic
 
Latvia Hanzas Maiznica 12–3 Hungary Szolnok FK
Prague, Czech Republic
 
Denmark Herlev FC 5–1 Poland KS Podhale Nowy Targ
Prague, Czech Republic
 
Latvia Hanzas Maiznica 11–1 Germany USV Halle
Prague, Czech Republic
 
Hungary Szolnok FK 13–10 United Kingdom Ericsson GB
Prague, Czech Republic

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Preceded by
   EuroFloorball Cup   
1998
Current:
EuroFloorball Cup

1999
Succeeded by
   EuroFloorball Cup   
2000