2007 Korfball European Bowl

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2007 Korfball European Bowl is the European Championship "B" of korfball played by the countries that have not qualified for the World Championships. It was split into two divisions, Western and Eastern.

The champions of both divisions played the final during the 2007 Korfball World Championship and the winner was Slovakia.

Western division[edit]

The western division was played in Luxembourg, on May 12 and 13, with the participation of 6 national teams and the winner was Wales.

It was the first official performance for some of the national teams: Ireland, Scotland and Wales, and the international debut of Sweden. Luxembourg and France were the two other participants.

Scotland  7–10  France
Luxembourg  4–6  Ireland
Sweden  4–11  Wales
Scotland  3–8  Ireland
Luxembourg  10*–7  Sweden
Wales  10–7  France
Ireland  11–4  Sweden
Scotland  5–9  Wales
Luxembourg  5–8  France
Scotland  9–5  Sweden
Luxembourg  4–8  Wales
France  12–8  Ireland
Scotland  13–6  Luxembourg
France  9–4  Sweden
Ireland  8–11  Wales
* penalty shots
West division Pts P W L PF PA
 Wales 15 5 0 0 49 28
 France 12 4 0 1 46 34
 Ireland 9 3 0 2 41 34
 Scotland 6 2 0 3 37 38
 Luxembourg 2 1* 0 4 29 42
 Sweden 1 0 0 5* 24 50

Eastern division[edit]

The Eastern division was played in Serbia, on June 16 and 17, with the participation of 5 national teams and the winner was Slovakia.

Romania  5–6  Serbia
Greece  15–4  Bulgaria
Romania  4–19  Slovakia
Serbia  23–5  Bulgaria
Greece  3–20  Slovakia
Bulgaria  3–10  Romania
Serbia  5–17  Slovakia
Greece  6*–5  Romania
Bulgaria  2–31  Slovakia
Serbia  17–8  Greece
* golden goal
East division Pts P W L PF PA
 Slovakia 12 4 0 0 87 14
 Serbia 9 3 0 1 51 35
 Greece 5 2* 0 2 32 46
 Romania 4 1 0 3 24 34
 Bulgaria 0 0 0 4 14 79

European Bowl 2007 Final[edit]

The final was held in Brno (Czech Republic), in the 2007 Korfball World Championship.

November 9, 2007
13:30
Slovakia  14-6  Wales Brno
Details


 2007 Korfball European Bowl Champions 

Slovakia

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