2009 European Women Sevens Championship

The 2009 European Women Sevens Championship was the seventh edition of the European Women's Sevens Championship.

F-EN Tournament 2009Edit

Date/Venue: 7 March 2009 at Ljubljana, Slovenia

  • Participants: Austria, Hungary, Croatia and Slovenia, with guests Bosnia-Herzogovina and Serbia
  • Slovenia 7-45 Croatia
  • Austria 19-12 Hungary
  • Slovenia 0-35 Austria
  • Croatia 33-0 Hungary
  • Slovenia 5-29 Hungary
  • Croatia 17-12 Austria

F-EN Tournament 2009Edit

Date/Venue: 21 March 2009, Zagreb, Croatia

Participants: Austria, Hungary, Croatia and Slovenia, with guests Bosnia-Herzogovina and Serbia

Europe Emerging Nations 2009Edit

Date/Venue: April 12, 2009 at Zanka, Hungary.

  • After a training camp, a tournament was played. Initially it was expected that Serbia, Czech Republic, Finland (development team), Poland, Austria, Bulgaria, Bosnia Herzegovina, Croatia and Hungary, possibly Slovenia would take part.

Pool StagesEdit

Group A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Austria 3 0 0 55 19
Poland 2 0 1 71 17
Finland 1 0 2 38 22
European Mix 0 0 3 5 111
  • Finland 26-0 European Mix
  • Austria 12-7 Poland
  • Austria 31-5 European Mix
  • Finland 5-10 Poland
  • Poland 54-0 European Mix
  • Finland 7-12 Austria

Group B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Hungary 1 2 0 45 35
Czech Republic 1 1 1 35 38
Bosnia Herzogovina 1 1 1 24 29
Croatia 0 2 1 31 33
  • Czech Republic 14-14 Hungary
  • Croatia 5-5 Bosnia Herzogovina
  • Croatia 14-14 Hungary
  • Czech Republic 7-12 Bosnia Herzogovina
  • Bosnia Herzogovina 7-17 Hungary
  • Czech Republic 14-12 Croatia

Classification StagesEdit

Bowl Semi Finals

  • Finland 5-0 Croatia
  • Bosnia Herzogovina 5-0 European Mix

Cup and Plate Semi Finals

  • Austria 0-19 Czech Republic
  • Hungary 21-14 Poland

7th place

  • Croatia 40-0 European Mix

Bowl Final

  • Finland 5-0 Bosnia Herzogovina

Plate Final

  • Austria 7-14 Poland

Cup Final

  • Czech Republic 14-26 Hungary

FIRA-AER Tournament 2009 - Division BEdit

Venue/Date: 6–7 June 2009, Zenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina. This was replaced in 2008 by World Cup qualifying. Slovenia, Ukraine, Georgia, Slovakia and Greece were expected to join this tournament in 2008. The plans of Slovakia and Greece aren't yet known. (Source Fira-Aer)

Pool StagesEdit

Group A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Poland 4 0 0 100 24
Denmark 3 0 1 70 48
Georgia 2 0 2 71 47
Luxembourg 0 1 3 27 56
Slovenia 0 1 3 15 108
  • Slovenia 0-34 Poland
  • Denmark 17-14 Georgia
  • Poland 17-7 Luxembourg
  • Denmark 31-0 Slovenia
  • Georgia 12-10 Luxembourg
  • Poland 34-5 Denmark
  • Georgia 33-5 Slovenia
  • Denmark 17-0 Luxembourg
  • Poland 15-12 Georgia
  • Luxembourg 10-10 Slovenia

Group B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Switzerland 4 0 0 149 0
Hungary 3 0 1 67 32
Ukraine 2 0 2 74 50
Bosnia & Herzegovina 1 0 3 10 92
Serbia 0 0 4 5 131
  • Ukraine 0-24 Switzerland
  • Serbia 0-29 Hungary
  • Switzerland 42-0 Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Serbia 0-41 Ukraine
  • Hungary 12-0 Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Switzerland 51-0 Serbia
  • Hungary 26-0 Ukraine
  • Bosnia & Herzegovina 0-33 Ukraine
  • Switzerland 32-0 Hungary
  • Serbia 5-10 Bosnia & Herzegovina

Classification StagesEdit

Plate Semis

  • Georgia 14-5 Bosnia Herzogovina
  • Luxembourg 0-5 Ukraine

Cup Semis

  • Poland 21-12 Hungary
  • Denmark 0-39 Switzerland

Bowl Final

  • Slovenia 36-5 Serbia

7th Place

  • Luxembourg 5-0 Bosnia Herzogovina

Plate Final

  • Ukraine 10-7 Georgia

3rd place

  • Hungary 22-10 Denmark

Cup Final

  • Poland 0-37 Switzerland

F-EN Finals 2009Edit

27 and 28 June 2009 at Vienna, Austria

Participants are Austria, Hungary, Croatia and Slovenia, with guests Bosnia & Herzegovina and Serbia

FIRA-AER Tournament 2009 - Division AEdit

Venue/Date: 4–5 July 2009, Bruges, Belgium.

  • Group A consists of Finland, Israel, Czech Republic, Latvia, Croatia, Belgium B (replacing Lithuania).
  • Group B consists of Andorra, Romania, Bulgaria, Malta, Belgium, Austria.

Pool StagesEdit

Group A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Finland 5 0 0 125 5
Czech Republic 4 0 1 80 28
Israel 3 0 2 32 39
Belgium B 2 0 3 37 74
Latvia 0 1 4 22 61
Croatia 0 1 4 10 99
  • Czech Republic 33-0 Belgium B
  • Israel 10-7 Latvia
  • Finland 43-0 Croatia
  • Latvia 0-10 Belgium B
  • Czech Republic 14-0 Croatia
  • Finland 20-0 Israel
  • Croatia 0-27 Belgium B
  • Finland 10-5 Latvia
  • Israel 0-12 Czech Republic
  • Latvia 10-10 Croatia
  • Israel 17-0 Belgium B
  • Finland 28-0 Czech Republic
  • Israel 5-0 Croatia
  • Czech Republic 21-0 Latvia
  • Finland 24-0 Belgium B

Group B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Belgium   4 0 1 56 17
Malta 3 1 1 82 12
Romania 3 1 1 67 31
Austria 3 0 2 55 44
Andorra 1 0 4 19 70
Bulgaria 0 0 5 17 122
  • Bulgaria 7-19 Austria
  • Romania 5-5 Malta
  • Andorra 0-5 Belgium  
  • Malta 5-7 Austria
  • Bulgaria 0-24 Belgium  
  • Andorra 7-14 Romania
  • Belgium   15-0 Austria
  • Andorra 0-19 Malta
  • Romania 31-0 Bulgaria
  • Malta 17-0 Belgium  
  • Romania 17-7 Austria
  • Andorra 12-10 Bulgaria
  • Romania 0-12 Belgium  
  • Bulgaria 0-36 Malta
  • Andorra 0-22 Austria

Classification StagesEdit

Bowl Semi Final

  • Latvia 5-17 Bulgaria
  • Croatia 0-19 Andorra

Plate Semi Final

Cup Semi Final

  • Finland 31-0 Malta
  • Czech Republic 19-7 Belgium

11th Place

  • Latvia 10-0 Croatia

Bowl Final

  • Bulgaria 0-7 Andorra

7th Place

  • Israel 10-0 Romania

Plate Final

3rd Place

Cup Final

  • Finland 29-0 Czech Republic

FIRA-AER Tournament 2009 - Top 10Edit

Venue/Date: 11–12 July, Hanover, Germany.

  • Participants were Italy, Spain, Germany, France, Portugal, Netherlands, Sweden, England, Russia, Moldova

Pool StagesEdit

Pool A

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
England 4 0 0 87 5
Spain 3 0 1 43 24
  France 1 1 2 57 60
Portugal 1 1 2 36 63
Sweden 0 0 4 17 88
  • Portugal 0-34 England
  • Spain 14-0 France
  • England 7-0 Sweden
  • Spain 12-0 Portugal
  • France 40-12 Sweden
  • England 24-0 Spain
  • France 12-12 Portugal
  • Spain 17-0 Sweden
  • England 22-5 France
  • Sweden 5-24 Portugal

Pool B

Nation Won Drawn Lost For Against
Netherlands 4 0 0 111 19
Germany 3 0 1 50 36
Russia 2 0 2 56 48
Italy 1 0 3 29 61
Moldova 0 0 4 7 89
  • Moldova 0-26 Netherlands
  • Russia 12-5 Italy
  • Netherlands 19-0 Germany
  • Russia 22-0 Moldova
  • Italy 0-14 Germany
  • Netherlands 31-12 Russia
  • Italy 17-0 Moldova
  • Russia 10-12 Germany
  • Netherlands 35-7 Italy
  • Germany 24-7 Moldova

Classification StagesEdit

Plate Semi Final

  • France 21-10 Italy
  • Portugal 17-7 Russia

Cup Semi Final

  • England 44-0 Germany
  • Spain 12-7 Netherlands

Bowl Final

  • Sweden 27-7 Moldova

7th Place

  • Italy 7-26 Russia

Plate Final

  • France 19-0 Portugal

3rd Place

  • Netherlands 35-10 Germany

Cup Final

  • England 20-12 Spain

Europe Emerging Nations TournamentEdit

26 September 2009 in Slovenia

  • Slovenia 0-28 Hungary
  • Hungary 31-7 Austria
  • Austria bt Slovenia
  • Hungary 35-0 Slovenia
  • Austria bt Slovenia
  • Hungary 19-19 Austria

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