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2006 Women's European Water Polo Championship

The 2006 Women's European Water Polo Championship was the eleventh edition of the now tri-annual event, organised by the Europe's governing body in aquatics, the Ligue Européenne de Natation. The event took place in the Banjica Sports Center in Belgrade, Serbia from September 2 to September 9, 2006.

There were two qualification tournaments ahead of the event, held from April 7 to April 9, 2006 in Nancy, France (with France, Germany, Great Britain and the Netherlands competing) and in Madrid, Spain (Czech Republic, Greece, Spain and Ukraine).

Contents

QualificationEdit

TeamsEdit

SquadsEdit

  GermanyEdit

  GreeceEdit

  HungaryEdit

  ItalyEdit

  NetherlandsEdit

  RussiaEdit

  SerbiaEdit

  SpainEdit

Preliminary roundEdit

GROUP AEdit

Team Points G W D L GF GA Diff
1.   Hungary 7 3 2 1 0 41 18 +23
2.   Spain 7 3 2 1 0 37 23 +14
3.   Netherlands 3 3 1 0 2 33 29 +4
4.   Serbia 0 3 0 0 3 14 55 –41
  • Saturday September 2, 2006
Serbia   4 – 17   Spain
Netherlands   6 – 11   Hungary
  • Sunday September 3, 2006
Serbia   6 – 16   Netherlands
Spain   8 – 8   Hungary
  • Monday September 4, 2006
Netherlands   11 – 12   Spain
Serbia   4 – 22   Hungary

GROUP BEdit

Team Points G W D L GF GA Diff
1.   Italy 9 3 3 0 0 39 27 +12
2.   Russia 6 3 2 0 1 45 31 +14
3.   Greece 3 3 1 0 2 26 32 –6
4.   Germany 0 3 0 0 3 28 48 –20
  • Saturday September 2, 2006
Russia   15 – 6   Greece
Italy   17 – 8   Germany
  • Sunday September 3, 2006
Greece   13 – 9   Germany
Russia   12 – 14   Italy
  • Monday September 4, 2006
Germany   11 – 18   Russia
Italy   8 – 7   Greece

QuarterfinalsEdit

  • Wednesday September 6, 2006
Russia   17 – 11   Netherlands
Spain   10 – 9   Greece

SemifinalsEdit

  • Thursday September 7, 2006
Italy   15 – 10   Spain
Russia   12 – 11   Hungary

FinalsEdit

  • Wednesday September 6, 2006 — Seventh place
Serbia   6 – 15   Germany
  • Thursday September 7, 2006 — Fifth place
Greece   11 – 12 [aet]   Netherlands
  • Saturday September 9, 2006 — Bronze Medal
Hungary   12 – 11   Spain
  • Saturday September 9, 2006 — Gold Medal
Russia   12 – 10   Italy



Final rankingEdit

Individual awardsEdit

ReferencesEdit