2005 EU Cup Australian rules football

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1st EU Cup - Aussie Rules
London 2005
Teams 10
Host London, England, UK
Date 9 October 2005
Podium
• Champion
• Runner-up
• Third
• Fourth

Belgium Belgium
Sweden Sweden
Netherlands The Netherlands
Germany Germany

The 2005 EU Cup of Australian rules football was held in London (England) on October 9, 2005, with 10 national teams. The tournament was won by Belgium who were crowned European Champions after defeating Sweden in the final.

Teams[edit]

Pool A
Austria Austria
Belgium Belgium
Catalonia Catalonia
Germany Germany
Israel Israel
Pool B
England England
France France
Scotland Scotland
Netherlands The Netherlands
Sweden Sweden

Pools[edit]

POOL A Pts P W D L PF PA DP
Belgium Belgium 6 4 3 0 1 228 129 +99
Germany Germany 6 4 3 0 1 200 156 +44
Israel Israel 6 4 3 0 1 156 112 +44
Catalonia Catalonia 2 4 1 0 3 158 217 -59
Austria Austria 0 4 0 0 4 92 220 -128

9 October 2005
Israel 51-10 Austria Chiswick RFC
London
[2] 7.7 (51) [5] 0.5 (10)

9 October 2005
Germany 59-38 Catalonia Chiswick RFC
London
[22] 5.7 (59) [24] 2.2 (38)

9 October 2005
Belgium 62-7 Austria Chiswick RFC
London
[3] 9.5 (62) [5] 0.2 (7)

9 October 2005
Israel 36-31 Catalonia Chiswick RFC
London
[2] 5.4 (36) [24] 0.7 (31)

9 October 2005
Catalonia 51-45 Austria Chiswick RFC
London
[24] 4.3 (51) [5] 6.4 (45)

9 October 2005
Belgium 77-38 Catalonia Chiswick RFC
London
[3] 12.2 (77) [24] 2.2 (38)

9 October 2005
Israel 38-32 Belgium Chiswick RFC
London
[2] 5.6 (38) [3] 3.11 (32)

9 October 2005
Germany 39-31 Israel Chiswick RFC
London
[22] 2.5 (39) [2] 4.5 (31)

9 October 2005
Germany 56-30 Austria Chiswick RFC
London
[22] 5.4 (56) [5] 4.1 (30)

9 October 2005
Belgium 57-46 Germany Chiswick RFC
London
[3] 8.6 (57) [22] 3.6 (46)

POOL B Pts P W D L PF PA DP
Sweden Sweden 8 4 4 0 0 280 153 +127
England England 6 4 3 0 1 214 179 +35
Netherlands The Netherlands 4 2 2 0 2 212 210 +2
Scotland Scotland 2 4 1 0 3 186 252 -66
France France 0 4 0 0 4 176 274 -98

9 October 2005
England 66-30 The Netherlands Chiswick RFC
London
[22] 7.2 (66) [8] 3.4 (30)

9 October 2005
England 49-40 France Chiswick RFC
London
[22] 4.3 (49) [30] 1.4 (40)

9 October 2005
The Netherlands 74-42 France Chiswick RFC
London
[8] 10.6 (74) [30] 2.0 (42)

9 October 2005
Sweden 68-36 England Chiswick RFC
London
[10] 9.4 (68) [22] 2.2 (36)

9 October 2005
Scotland 70-52 France Chiswick RFC
London
[15] 8.7 (70) [30] 3.4 (52)

9 October 2005
Sweden 81-42 France Chiswick RFC
London
[10] 11.5 (81) [30] 2.0 (42)

9 October 2005
Sweden 73-31 Scotland Chiswick RFC
London
[10] 10.3 (73) [15] 2.4 (31)

9 October 2005
England 63-41 Scotland Chiswick RFC
London
[22] 6.5 (63) [15] 4.2 (41)

9 October 2005
The Netherlands 64-44 Scotland Chiswick RFC
London
[8] 8.8 (64) [15] 4.5 (44)

9 October 2005
Sweden 58-44 The Netherlands Chiswick RFC
London
[10] 7.6 (58) [8] 5.6 (44)

Finals[edit]

Semi-finals Final
October 9 - London
 Belgium Belgium  35  
 Netherlands The Netherlands  20  
 
October 9 - London
     Belgium BELGIUM  78
   Sweden Sweden  37
Third place
October 9 - London October 9 - London
 Sweden Sweden  56  Netherlands The Netherlands  58
 Germany Germany  44    Germany Germany  37

6-8 Places


9 October 2005
Scotland 36-18 Austria London
[15] 3.3 (36) [5] 2.1 (18)

9 October 2005
Catalonia 53-44 France London
[24] 4.5 (53) [30] 2.2 (44)

Semifinals


9 October 2005
Belgium 35-20 The Netherlands London
[3] 4.8 (35) [8] 2.0 (20)

9 October 2005
Sweden 56-44 Germany London
[10] 7.4 (56) [22] 3.4 (44)

3rd - 4th places


9 October 2005
The Netherlands 58-37 Germany London
[8] 7.8 (58) [22] 2.3 (37)

FINAL


9 October 2005
Belgium 78-37 Sweden London
[3] 12.6 (78) [10] 4.3 (37)

Belgium
Champion
BELGIUM

Final standings[edit]

Equip
1 Belgium Belgium
2 Sweden Sweden
3 Netherlands The Netherlands
4 Germany Germany
5 Israel Israel
= England England
6 Scotland Scotland
7 Catalonia Catalonia
8 France France
= Austria Austria
  • NOTE: Israel and England didn't play the final match, sharing the fifth place.

See also[edit]

External links[edit]