2010 European Korfball Championship

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The 2010 European Korfball Championship was held in the Netherlands from October 22 to 31, with 16 national teams in competition.

The tournament also served as a European qualifier for the 2011 Korfball World Championship, with the top nine nations qualifying for the world championship.

First round[edit]

The first round was played in Leeuwarden (A), Tilburg (B), Almelo (C) and The Hague (D).

POOL A Pts P W L PF PA DP
 Netherlands 9 3 3 0 122 24 +98
 Germany 6 3 2 1 65 60 +5
 Hungary 3 3 1 2 41 78 -37
 Serbia 0 3 0 3 37 103 -66
POOL B Pts P W L PF PA DP
 Belgium 9 3 3 0 102 31 +71
 Catalonia 6 3 2 1 70 41 +29
 Poland 3 3 1 2 31 72 -41
 Scotland 0 3 0 3 27 86 -59
10/10/22 Hungary  22–16  Serbia
10/10/22 Netherlands  36–8  Germany
10/10/23 Germany  36–13  Serbia
10/10/23 Netherlands  41–8  Hungary
10/10/24 Germany  21–11  Hungary
10/10/24 Netherlands  45–8  Serbia
10/10/22 Catalonia  35–7  Scotland
10/10/22 Belgium  38–10  Poland
10/10/23 Poland  16–11  Scotland
10/10/23 Belgium  29–12  Catalonia
10/10/24 Catalonia  23–5  Poland
10/10/24 Belgium  35–9  Scotland


POOL C Pts P W L PF PA DP
 Czech Republic 9 3 3 0 85 33 +52
 Portugal 6 2 2 1 67 38 +29
 Wales 3 3 1 2 33 75 -42
 Turkey 0 2 0 2 31 70 -39
POOL D Pts P W L PF PA DP
 Russia 9 3 3 0 65 50 +15
 England 6 3 2 1 75 38 +37
 Ireland 2 3 1 2 32 53 -21
 Slovakia 1 3 0 3 33 64 -31
10/10/22 Portugal  20–9  Turkey
10/10/22 Czech Republic  32–7  Wales
10/10/23 Portugal  30–9  Wales
10/10/23 Czech Republic  33–9  Turkey
10/10/24 Wales  17–13  Turkey
10/10/24 Czech Republic  20–17  Portugal
10/10/22 England  24–6  Ireland
10/10/22 Russia  23–14  Slovakia
10/10/23 England  27–6  Slovakia
10/10/23 Russia  16–12  Ireland
10/10/24 Slovakia  13–14(gg)  Ireland
10/10/24 Russia  26–24  England

Second round[edit]

Matches were played at Rotterdam.

Quarterfinals[edit]

  • Best 2 teams in every pool of the first round, carrying forward their match result.


POOL E Pts P W L PF PA DP
 Netherlands 9 3 3 0 109 26 +83
 Germany 6 3 2 1 49 72 -23
 Russia 3 3 1 2 63 89 -26
 England 0 3 0 3 41 75 -34
POOL F Pts P W L PF PA DP
 Belgium 9 3 3 0 96 43 +53
 Czech Republic 5 3 2 1 53 69 -16
 Portugal 3 3 1 2 58 64 -6
 Catalonia 1 3 0 3 41 72 -31
10/10/26 Germany  26–25  Russia
10/10/26 Netherlands  34–6  England
10/10/27 Germany  15–11  England
10/10/27 Netherlands  39–12  Russia
10/10/26 Catalonia  17–18(gg)  Czech Republic
10/10/26 Belgium  32–16  Portugal
10/10/27 Catalonia  12–25  Portugal
10/10/27 Belgium  35–15  Czech Republic

9th to 16th places[edit]

  • Last 2 teams in every pool of the first round, carrying forward their match result.
POOL G Pts P W L PF PA DP
 Hungary 9 3 3 0 53 37 +16
 Ireland 5 3 2 1 43 37 +6
 Slovakia 4 3 1 2 36 44 -8
 Serbia 0 3 0 3 39 53 -14
POOL H Pts P W L PF PA DP
 Poland 9 3 3 0 56 30 +26
 Wales 6 3 2 1 47 45 +2
 Turkey 3 3 1 2 35 52 -17
 Scotland 0 3 0 3 38 49 -11
10/10/26 Hungary  17–8  Slovakia
10/10/26 Serbia  10–16  Ireland
10/10/27 Hungary  14–13  Ireland
10/10/27 Serbia  13–15  Slovakia
10/10/26 Poland  23–7  Turkey
10/10/26 Scotland  15–18  Wales
10/10/27 Poland  17–12  Wales
10/10/27 Scotland  12–15  Turkey

Final round[edit]

13th-16th places[edit]

Matches were played at Topsportcentrum (Rotterdam).

 
13th-16th places13th-14th places match
 
      
 
October 28
 
 
 Slovakia20
 
October 30
 
 Scotland15
 
 Slovakia21
 
October 28
 
 Serbia14
 
 Serbia23
 
 
 Turkey12
 
15th-16th places match
 
 
October 30
 
 
 Scotland16
 
 
 Turkey12

9th-12th places[edit]

Matches were played at Topsportcentrum (Rotterdam).

 
9th-12th places9th-10th places match
 
      
 
October 28
 
 
 Hungary18
 
October 30
 
 Wales14
 
 Hungary19
 
October 28
 
 Poland20 g.g.
 
 Ireland18
 
 
 Poland21
 
11th-12th places match
 
 
October 30
 
 
 Wales11
 
 
 Ireland10

5th-8th places[edit]

Matches were played at AHOY sportshall (Rotterdam).

 
5th-8th places5th-6th places match
 
      
 
October 29
 
 
 Russia15
 
October 31
 
 Catalonia19
 
 Catalonia21
 
October 29
 
 England16
 
 England17
 
 
 Portugal15
 
7th-8th places match
 
 
October 31
 
 
 Russia15
 
 
 Portugal23

Semifinals[edit]

Matches were played at AHOY sportshall (Rotterdam).

 
SemifinalsFinal
 
      
 
October 29
 
 
 Germany11
 
October 31
 
 Belgium34
 
 Belgium21
 
October 29
 
 Netherlands25
 
 Czech Republic11
 
 
 Netherlands36
 
3rd-4th places match
 
 
October 31
 
 
 Germany11
 
 
 Czech Republic18

Final standing[edit]

Key
Qualified for the 2011 IKF World Korfball Championship
Rank Team
1st, gold medalist(s)  Netherlands
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Belgium
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Czech Republic
4  Germany
5  Catalonia
6  England
7  Portugal
8  Russia
9  Poland
10  Hungary
11  Wales
12  Ireland
13  Slovakia
14  Serbia
15  Scotland
16  Turkey

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