2016 European Lacrosse Championship

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The 2016 European Lacrosse Championship was the 10th edition of the European Lacrosse competition for national teams. It was played in Budapest, Hungary from 28 July to 6 August 2016.[1][2]

Draw[edit]

The draw was held in Budapest on 10 January 2016.[3]

The four first qualified teams (England, Ireland, Sweden and Netherlands) were placed directly into groups A to D respectively. The other 20 teams were divided into five pots according to its position in the 2012 European Championship.[1]

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4 Pot 5

 Germany (5th)
Scotland Scotland (6th)
 Finland (7th)
Israel Israel (8th)

 Czech Republic (9th)
 Wales (10th)
  Switzerland (11th)
 Slovakia (12th)

 Italy (13th)
 Norway (14th)
 Belgium (15th)
 France (16th)

Spain Spain (17th)
 Latvia
 Poland
 Austria

 Russia
 Denmark
 Slovenia
 Hungary

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L GF GA GD Qualification England Germany Latvia Czech Republic Hungary Italy
1 England England 5 5 0 95 19 +76 Quarterfinals 16–6 17–2 22–0
2  Germany 5 4 1 56 29 +27 9–7 18–1 15–2
3  Latvia 5 3 2 58 32 +26 Classification 9–16 10–13 3–8
4  Czech Republic 5 2 3 47 44 +3 6–12 11–5
5  Hungary (H) 5 1 4 20 79 −59 Classification 17–24 1–27 2–15 11–8
6  Italy 5 0 5 14 87 −73 3–18 1–21
Source: Lacrosse2016
(H) Host.

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L GF GA GD Qualification Wales Scotland Norway Republic of Ireland Austria Denmark
1  Wales 5 4 1 58 24 +34 Quarterfinals 6–5 3–5
2 Scotland Scotland 5 4 1 61 35 +26 8–12 12–10 10–8
3  Norway 5 3 2 63 33 +30 Classification 9–16 10–8 14–5 24–2
4  Ireland 5 3 2 54 28 +26 16–0 17–5
5  Austria 5 1 4 24 69 −45 Classification 17–24 3–16 1–16 15–7
6  Denmark 5 0 5 21 92 −71 3–21 4–15
Source: Lacrosse2016

Group C[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L GF GA GD Qualification Israel Switzerland Sweden Belgium Slovenia Spain
1 Israel Israel 5 5 0 71 13 +58 Quarterfinals 12–0 17–1
2   Switzerland 5 4 1 60 22 +38 2–9 23–1 12–4
3  Sweden 5 3 2 53 37 +16 Classification 9–16 6–16 3–8 14–4
4  Belgium 5 2 3 38 62 −24 4–17 5–15
5  Slovenia 5 1 4 9 80 −71 Classification 17–24 1–18 5–13 2–14
6 Spain Spain 5 0 5 38 55 −17 8–12 11–12
Source: Lacrosse2016

Group D[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L GF GA GD Qualification Finland Netherlands Poland Russia Slovakia France
1  Finland 5 5 0 80 10 +70 Quarterfinals 21–1 19–2
2  Netherlands 5 4 1 61 25 +36 2–11 19–7 21–1
3  Poland 5 3 2 32 29 +3 Classification 9–16 2–11 2–4 10–3
4  Russia 5 2 3 33 52 −19 4–15 7–8 12–4
5  Slovakia 5 1 4 28 59 −31 Classification 17–24 4–10 4–9
6  France 5 0 5 13 72 −59 3–18 2–11
Source: Lacrosse2016

17th to 24th position bracket[edit]

  21st place match 21st – 24th place play-offs 17th – 24th place play-offs 17th – 20th place play-offs 17th place match
                                               
     A5   Hungary  12  
     C6   Slovenia  4  
   C6   Slovenia  3        A5   Hungary  9  
   D5   Slovakia  12        B6   Denmark  7  
   D5   Slovakia  12
     B6   Denmark  13  
   D5   Slovakia  7        A5   Hungary  1
   A6   Italy  9        C5  Spain Spain[4]  0
     C5  Spain Spain[5]  0  
       A6   Italy  1  
 A6   Italy (OT)  13        C5  Spain Spain[6]  0
  23rd place match      D6   France  12        B5   Austria  1     19th place match
   C6   Slovenia  5    B5   Austria  10    B6   Denmark  3
   D6   France  9      D6   France  3      B5   Austria  13

9th to 16th position bracket[edit]

  13th place match 13th – 16th place play-offs 9th – 16th place play-offs 9th – 12th place play-offs 9th place match
                                               
     A3   Latvia  27  
     C4   Belgium  3  
   C4   Belgium  8        A3   Latvia  17  
   D3   Poland  10        B4   Ireland  12  
   D3   Poland  5
     B4   Ireland  15  
   D3   Poland  10        A3   Latvia  12
   C3   Sweden  12        A4   Czech Republic  10
     C3   Sweden  6  
       A4   Czech Republic  8  
 C3   Sweden  14        A4   Czech Republic  9
  15th place match      D4   Russia  7        B3   Norway  6     11th place match
   C4   Belgium  11    B3   Norway  14    B4   Ireland  10
   D4   Russia  7      D4   Russia  1      B3   Norway  7

Tournament bracket[edit]

  5th place match 5th – 8th place play-offs Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                                               
     A1  England England  12  
     C2    Switzerland  3  
   C2    Switzerland  9        A1  England England  14  
   B2  Scotland Scotland  8        D1   Finland  1  
   D1   Finland (OT)  9
     B2  Scotland Scotland  8  
   C2    Switzerland  5        A1  England England  7
   A2   Germany  10        C1  Israel Israel  6
     C1  Israel Israel  8  
       A2   Germany  4  
 A2   Germany  9        C1  Israel Israel  10
  7th place match      D2   Netherlands  5        B1   Wales  3     3rd place match
   B2  Scotland Scotland  8    B1   Wales  12    D1   Finland  12
   D2   Netherlands  11      D2   Netherlands  5      B1   Wales  4

Final standings[edit]

Pos. Team W–L
1st, gold medalist(s) England England 8–0
2nd, silver medalist(s) Israel Israel 7–1
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Finland 7–1
4  Wales 5–3
5  Germany 6–2
6   Switzerland 5–3
7  Netherlands 5–3
8 Scotland Scotland 4–4
9  Latvia 6–2
10  Czech Republic 4–4
11  Ireland 5–3
12  Norway 4–4
13  Sweden 5–3
14  Poland 4–4
15  Belgium 3–5
16  Russia 2–6
17  Hungary 4–4
18  Austria 4–4
19  Denmark 1–7
20  Italy 3–5
21  Slovakia 2–6
22  France 1–7
23  Slovenia 1–7
24 Spain Spain[7] 0–8

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "HIVATALOS: Magyarország rendezi a 2016-os Lacrosse Európa-bajnokságot". Official ELC 2016 blog. 7 January 2016. Retrieved 11 July 2016.
  2. ^ "Hungary to host the 2016 Men's European Championships". English Lacrosse Association. Archived from the original on 2015-05-12. Retrieved 11 July 2016.
  3. ^ "Groups Drawn for Men's EC16". Federation of International Lacrosse. 19 January 2016. Retrieved 11 July 2016.
  4. ^ Spain forfeits due to illegal alignement. Original result, HUN 13–6 ESP
  5. ^ Spain forfeits due to illegal alignement. Original result, ESP 14–7 ITA.
  6. ^ Spain forfeits due to illegal alignement. Original result, ESP 10–8 AUT.
  7. ^ Spain was relegated to the last position due to illegal alignment in the three knockout matches.

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