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European Games
2017
File:2017 IQA European Games logo.png
Tournament information
Sport Quidditch
Location Oslo, Norway
Dates 7–9 July 2017
Administrator(s) International Quidditch Association
Quidditch Europe
Tournament
format(s)
Pool play
Single elimination bracket
Host(s) Norges Rumpeldunkforbund
OSI Vikings
Venue(s) Haraløkka Sports Complex
Teams 15
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The 2017 IQA European Games were the second European championship for the sport of quidditch. The tournament was held on 7–9 July 2017 in Oslo, Norway and was hosted by the Norges Rumpeldunkforbund and local club OSI Vikings.[1] All European IQA member nations in good standing were allowed to compete. [2] The winners of the tournament were the United Kingdom, who defeated the defending champions France 90*-70 in the final. France subsequently took the silver medal and Norway won the bronze, after defeating Belgium 140*-80. This tournament marked the United Kingdom's first international gold medal at quidditch.

Competing teams[edit | edit source]

The following 15 teams have registered to compete:[3]

     Winner      Runner-up      Third place      Participant
Team Previous appearances in tournament[lower-alpha 1]
 Austria 1 (2016)
 Belgium 3 (2014, 2015, 2016)
 Catalonia 2 (2015, 2016)
 France 4 (2012, 2014, 2015, 2016)
 Germany 2 (2015, 2016)
 Ireland 2 (2015, 2016)
 Italy 2 (2015, 2016)
 Netherlands 2 (2015, 2016)
 Norway (host) 2 (2015, 2016)
 Poland 2 (2015, 2016)
 Slovakia 1 (2016)
 Spain 2 (2015, 2016)
 Sweden 0
 Turkey 2 (2015, 2016)
 United Kingdom 4 (2012, 2014, 2015, 2016)

Structure[edit | edit source]

The tournament followed the usual two stage format with a group stage on Day One and a bracket on Day Two. The 15 participating teams were divided into three five-member stacked groups according to their previous World Cup standing, with Group A comprising the five highest-ranked teams and Group C the five lowest-ranked teams.[4] Following the group stage, all teams within each group were seeded according to their performance and moved on to the bracket.[5]

Group A
Team 2016 Rank
 United Kingdom 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
 France 5
 Turkey 6
 Belgium 7
 Norway 9
Group B
Team 2016 Rank
 Spain 10
 Germany 11
 Catalonia 12
 Italy 13
 Austria 14
Group C
Team 2016 Rank
 Slovakia 17
 Netherlands 18
 Poland 19
 Ireland 20
 Sweden

Results[edit | edit source]

Group stage[edit | edit source]

Group A[edit | edit source]

Seed Team W L PD[lower-alpha 2]
1  United Kingdom 3 1 170
2  France 3 1 90
3  Belgium 2 2 0
4  Norway 1 3 −80
5  Turkey 1 3 −180
United Kingdom  70* 60  Norway
France  100* 60  Turkey
United Kingdom  80* 20  France
Turkey  150* 120  Belgium
Turkey  80 140*  Norway
France  140* 130  Belgium
Belgium  80* 50  Norway
United Kingdom  140* 30  Turkey
United Kingdom  70 80*  Belgium
France  150* 50  Norway

Group B[edit | edit source]

Seed Team W L PD[lower-alpha 2]
6  Germany 3 1 270
7  Spain 3 1 70
8  Austria 3 1 20
9  Catalonia 1 3 −160
10  Italy 0 4 −200
Germany  100* 40  Catalonia
Spain  130* 90  Italy
Spain  180* 110  Catalonia
Italy  50 80*  Austria
Spain  20 120*  Germany
Catalonia  50 90*  Austria
Catalonia  130** 120°°  Italy
Germany  90 100*  Austria
Spain  110* 50  Austria
Germany  170* 40  Italy

Group C[edit | edit source]

Seed Team W L PD[lower-alpha 2]
11  Poland 3 1 200
12  Slovakia 3 1 150
13  Netherlands 3 1 140
14  Ireland 1 3 −120
15  Sweden 0 4 −370
Netherlands  100* 40  Ireland
Poland  70* 40  Slovakia
Slovakia  120 50*  Sweden
Poland  200* 140  Ireland
Poland  80 90*  Netherlands
Ireland  120 60*  Sweden
Ireland  60 120*  Slovakia
Netherlands  210 50*  Sweden
Netherlands  60 110*  Slovakia
Poland  260* 30  Sweden

Bracket[edit | edit source]

 
Round of 16Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
              
 
 
 
 
Match 12
 
 
 United Kingdom140
 
Match 5
 
 Austria30*
 
 Austria100*
 
Match 19
 
 Catalonia40
 
 United Kingdom110*
 
Match 6
 
 Norway40
 
 Norway190
 
Match 13
 
 Netherlands60*
 
 Norway190*
 
Match 7
 
 Turkey120
 
 Turkey160*
 
Match 28
 
 Slovakia20
 
 United Kingdom90*
 
Match 1
 
 France70
 
 France290*
 
Match 8
 
 Sweden10
 
 France280*
 
Match 2
 
 Italy40
 
 Spain100
 
Match 15
 
 Italy110*
 
 France80*
 
Match 3
 
 Belgium50 Third place
 
 Belgium200*
 
Match 9Match 26
 
 Ireland10
 
 Belgium120* Norway140*
 
Match 4
 
 Germany50  Belgium80
 
 Germany180*
 
 
 Poland30
 

Quarter-final consolation[edit | edit source]

 
First roundFifth place
 
      
 
Match 20
 
 
 Austria20
 
Match 27
 
 Turkey140*
 
 Turkey120°°
 
Match 16
 
 Germany130*°
 
 Italy20
 
 
 Germany120*
 
Seventh place
 
 
Match 22
 
 
 Austria110*
 
 
 Italy70

Round of 16 consolation[edit | edit source]

 
First roundSecond roundNinth place
 
          
 
 
 
 
Match 21
 
 
 Catalonia100*
 
Match 14
 
 Slovakia30
 
 Netherlands80
 
Match 23
 
 Slovakia100*
 
 Catalonia50
 
Match 10
 
 Spain90*
 
 Sweden30*
 
Match 17
 
 Spain170
 
 Spain210*
 
Match 11
 
 Poland50 Eleventh place
 
 Ireland90*
 
Match 24
 
 Poland130*
 
 Slovakia50
 
 
 Poland120*
 
 
Second roundThirteenth place
 
      
 
 
 
 
Match 25
 
 
 Netherlands160*
 
Match 18
 
 Ireland60
 
 Sweden70*
 
 
 Ireland130
 

Notes[edit | edit source]

  1. Bold: winner, Italics: host.
    Odd years are European Games, even years are World Cups.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 120 cap

References[edit | edit source]

External links[edit | edit source]


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