1997 Sudirman Cup

The 1997 Sudirman Cup was the fifth tournament of the World Mixed Team Badminton Championships. It was held from May 19 to May 25, 1997 in Glasgow, Scotland.

1997 Sudirman Cup
Tournament details
Dates19 May – 25 May
Edition5th
VenueScotstoun Leisure Centre[1]
LocationGlasgow, Scotland
1995 1999

ResultsEdit

59 teams competed in this edition of Sudirman Cup. Nigeria, Morocco, Turkmenistan, Uganda and Zambia also entered, but ultimately did not participate.[2]

Group 1Edit

Subgroup 1AEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  China   England 5-0
  South Korea   England 4-1
  China   South Korea 3-2

Subgroup 1BEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Denmark   Sweden 4-1
  Indonesia   Sweden 5-0
  Denmark   Indonesia 3-2

Semi FinalsEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  China   Indonesia 3-2
  South Korea   Denmark 3-2

Relegation playoffEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Sweden   England 4-1

FinalEdit


1997 Sudirman Cup Champions
 
China

Second title

Group 2Edit

Subgroup 2AEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Germany   Chinese Taipei 3-2
  Germany   Japan 3-2
  Germany   Thailand 3-2
  Chinese Taipei   Japan 3-2
  Chinese Taipei   Thailand 3-2
  Japan   Thailand 3-2

Subgroup 2BEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Malaysia   Netherlands 3-2
  Malaysia   Russia 3-2
  Malaysia   Canada 4-1
  Netherlands   Russia 3-2
  Netherlands   Canada 5-0
  Russia   Canada 3-2

PlayoffEdit

Team One Team Two Score Notes
  Malaysia   Germany 3-2 7th-8th
  Chinese Taipei   Netherlands 3-2 9th-10th
  Russia   Japan 3-2 11th-12th
  Thailand   Canada 3-2 13th-14th

Group 3Edit

Subgroup 3AEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Australia   Hong Kong 3-2
  Australia   Finland 3-2
  Australia   Austria 3-2
  Hong Kong   Finland 3-2
  Hong Kong   Austria 3-1
  Finland   Austria 3-2

Subgroup 3BEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Scotland   New Zealand 3-2
  Scotland   India 3-2
  Scotland   Norway 5-0
  New Zealand   India 5-0
  New Zealand   Norway 4-1
  India   Norway 4-1

PlayoffEdit

Team One Team Two Score Notes
  Scotland   Australia 3-2 15th-16th
  Hong Kong   New Zealand 3-2 17th-18th
  India   Finland 4-1 19th-20th
  Norway   Austria 4-1 21st-22nd

Group 4Edit

Subgroup 4AEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  United States   Poland 3-2
  United States   Iceland 4-1
  United States   Bulgaria 5-0
  Poland   Iceland 4-1
  Poland   Bulgaria 5-0
  Iceland   Bulgaria 3-2

Subgroup 4BEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Ukraine   Wales 3-2
  Ukraine   Switzerland 5-0
  Ukraine   Czech Republic 5-0
  Wales   Switzerland 5-0
  Wales   Czech Republic 4-1
  Switzerland   Czech Republic 3-2

PlayoffEdit

Team One Team Two Score Notes
  Ukraine   United States 4-1 23rd-24th
  Poland   Wales 3-2 25th-26th
  Iceland   Switzerland 3-2 27th-28th
  Bulgaria   Czech Republic 3-2 29th-30th

Group 5Edit

Subgroup 5AEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Belarus   France 4-1
  Belarus   Portugal 5-0
  Belarus   Belgium 5-0
  France   Portugal 3-2
  France   Belgium 5-0
  Portugal   Belgium 4-1

Subgroup 5BEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Ireland   Spain 4-1
  Ireland   Peru 4-1
  Ireland   Kazakhstan 4-1
  Spain   Peru 4-1
  Spain   Kazakhstan 5-0
  Peru   Kazakhstan 3-2

PlayoffEdit

Team One Team Two Score Notes
  Belarus   Ireland 4-1 31st-32nd
  France   Spain 4-1 33rd-34th
  Portugal   Peru 3-2 35th-36th
  Kazakhstan   Belgium 4-1 37th-38th

Group 6Edit

Subgroup 6AEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Sri Lanka   Slovenia 4-1
  Sri Lanka   Pakistan 4-1
  Sri Lanka   Guatemala 4-1
  Slovenia   Pakistan 3-2
  Slovenia   Guatemala 3-2
  Pakistan   Guatemala 3-2

Subgroup 6BEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Israel   South Africa 3-2
  Israel   Jamaica 3-2
  Israel   Mauritius 2-3
  South Africa   Jamaica 4-1
  South Africa   Mauritius 4-1
  Jamaica   Mauritius 3-2

PlayoffEdit

Team One Team Two Score Notes
  Sri Lanka   Israel 3-2 39th-40th
  Slovenia   South Africa 3-2 41st-42nd
  Jamaica   Pakistan 3-2 43rd-44th
  Mauritius   Guatemala 3-2 45th-46th

Group 7Edit

Subgroup 7AEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Cyprus   Mexico 5-0
  Cyprus   Malta 4-1
  Cyprus   Luxembourg 3-2
  Mexico   Malta 4-1
  Mexico   Luxembourg 4-1
  Malta   Luxembourg 3-2

Subgroup 7BEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Italy   Slovakia 4-1
  Italy   Brazil 5-0
  Italy   Argentina 5-0
  Slovakia   Brazil 5-0
  Slovakia   Argentina 5-0
  Brazil   Argentina 5-0

PlayoffEdit

Team One Team Two Score Notes
  Italy   Cyprus 5-0 47th-48th
  Mexico   Mexico 4-1 49th-50th
  Jamaica   Malta 3-2 51st-52nd
  Luxembourg   Guatemala 4-1 53rd-54th

Group 8Edit

Team One Team Two Score
  Lithuania   Estonia 3-2
  Lithuania   Armenia 5-0
  Lithuania   Greece 4-1
  Lithuania   Chile 5-0
  Estonia   Armenia 5-0
  Estonia   Greece 5-0
  Estonia   Chile 5-0
  Armenia   Greece 3-2
  Armenia   Chile 5-0
  Greece   Chile 5-0

Final classificationEdit

Group 1
Pos Country
1   China
2   South Korea
3   Denmark
3   Indonesia
5   Sweden
6   England
Group 2
Pos Country
7   Malaysia
8   Germany
9   Chinese Taipei
10   Netherlands
11   Russia
12   Japan
13   Thailand
14   Canada
Group 3
Pos Country
15   Scotland
16   Australia
17   Hong Kong
18   New Zealand
19   India
20   Finland
21   Norway
22   Austria
Group 4
Pos Country
23   Ukraine
24   United States
25   Poland
26   Wales
27   Iceland
28    Switzerland
29   Bulgaria
30   Czech Republic
Group 5
Pos Country
31   Belarus
32   Ireland
33   France
34   Spain
35   Portugal
36   Peru
37   Kazakhstan
38   Belgium
Group 6
Pos Country
39   Sri Lanka
40   Israel
41   Slovenia
42   South Africa
43   Jamaica
44   Pakistan
45   Mauritius
46   Guatemala
Group 7
Pos Country
47   Italy
48   Cyprus
49   Slovakia
50   Mexico
51   Brazil
52   Malta
53   Luxembourg
54   Argentina
Group 8
Pos Country
55   Lithuania
56   Estonia
57   Armenia
58   Greece
59   Chile
  Promoted to higher group
  Relegated to lower group

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Sudirman date is huge filip for Smillie". The Scotsman. 15 May 2004. Retrieved 6 August 2018.
  2. ^ Populorum, Mike. "Archiv SudirmanCup". sbg.ac.at. Retrieved 8 May 2019.