2004 European Women Sevens Championship

The 2004 European Women Sevens Championship – the second edition of the European Women's Sevens Championship. It took place between the 21 and 22 May 2004 at Limoges.

2004 European Women Sevens Championship
Host nationFrance France
DateMay 21–22, 2004
Cup
Champion England
Runner-up Italy
Plate
Winner Switzerland
Runner-up Sweden
Bowl
Winner Lithuania
Runner-upLimousin
Shield
Winner Poland
Runner-up Norway
Tournament details
Matches played48
2003
2005

It was England who take home the first European Women's Sevens Championship after defeating Italy 38-7.Fira-Aer

Pool StageEdit

Key to colours in group tables
Teams that advanced to the Cup Quarterfinals
Teams advanced to the Shield Quarterfinals

Pool AEdit

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
  Spain 3 0 0 97 0 9
  Croatia 2 0 1 38 39 7
Limousin 1 0 2 31 64 5
  Belgium 0 0 3 10 73 3
21 March
  Spain29–0  Croatia

21 March
  Belgium10–21Limousin

21 March
  Spain35–0Limousin

21 March
  Belgium0–19  Croatia

21 March
  Croatia19–10Limousin

21 March
  Spain33–0  Belgium

Pool BEdit

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
  France 3 0 0 138 0 9
  Portugal 2 0 1 86 32 7
  Norway 1 0 2 20 75 5
  Bosnia and Herzegovina 0 0 3 0 132 3
  • France 48-0 Norway
  • Portugal 59-0 Bosnia-Herzegovina
  • France 58-0 Bosnia-Herzegovina
  • Portugal 27-5 Norway
  • Norway 15-0 Bosnia-Herzegovina
  • France 32-0 Portugal

Pool CEdit

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
  England 3 0 0 134 7 9
  Italy 2 0 1 87 35 7
  Lithuania 1 0 2 21 92 5
  Czech Republic 0 0 3 0 108 3
  • England 47-0 Czech Republic
  • Italy 40-0 Lithuania
  • England 52-0 Lithuania
  • Italy 40-0 Czech Republic
  • Czech Republic 0-21 Lithuania
  • England 35-7 Italy

Pool DEdit

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
  Sweden 3 0 0 66 0 9
  Switzerland 2 0 1 50 19 7
  Poland 0 1 2 12 57 4
  Bulgaria 0 1 2 24 78 4
  • Switzerland 33-12 Bulgaria
  • Sweden 28-0 Poland
  • Switzerland 17-0 Poland
  • Sweden 31-0 Bulgaria
  • Bulgaria 12-12 Poland
  • Switzerland 0-7 Sweden

Classification StagesEdit

9th-16th Quarter Finals

  • Limosin 41-0 Bosnia-Herzegovina
  • Poland 0-7 Czech Republic (AET)
  • Lithuania 40-0 Bulgaria
  • Norway 0-7 Belgium (AET)

13th-16th Semi Finals

  • Bosnia-Herzegovina 0-66 Poland
  • Bulgaria 0-14 Norway

9th-12th Semi Finals

  • Limousin 32-12 Czech Republic
  • Lithuania 21-0 Belgium

1st-8th Quarter Finals

  • Spain 7-0 Portugal
  • Sweden 14-21 Italy
  • England 31-0 Switzerland
  • France 51-0 Croatia

5th-8th Semi Finals

  • Portugal 0-28 Sweden
  • Switzerland 27-0 Croatia

1st-4th Semi Finals

  • Spain 7-22 Italy
  • England 33-0 France

Finals

15th/16th Final

  • Bosnia-Herzegovina 0-19 Bulgaria

13th/14th Final

  • Poland 33-17 Norway

11th/12th Final

  • Czech Republic 0-14 Belgium

9th/10th Final

  • Limousin 7-29 Lithuania

7th/8th Final

  • Portugal 0-5 Croatia

5th/6th Final

  • Sweden 7-12 Switzerland

3rd/4th Final

  • Spain 14-27 France

1st/2nd Final

  • Italy 7-38 England

ReferencesEdit