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Liepaja, Latvia / 29 Jan - 1 Feb 2020   
Group EGroup F
Czech Republic (4)Germany (5)
Spain (19)Latvia (8)
Netherlands (23)Austria (24)
Liechtenstein (33)France (32)

Match Schedule

Date Time Phase Match Score
29.01 10:00 Group E 0 - 0
29.01 13:00 Group E 0 - 0
29.01 16:00 Group F 0 - 0
29.01 19:00 Group F 0 - 0
30.01 10:00 Group E 0 - 0
30.01 13:00 Group F 0 - 0
30.01 16:00 Group E 0 - 0
30.01 19:00 Group F 0 - 0
31.01 10:00 Group E 0 - 0
31.01 13:00 Group F 0 - 0
31.01 16:00 Group E 0 - 0
31.01 19:00 Group F 0 - 0
01.02 10:00 7th place 0 - 0
01.02 13:00 5th place 0 - 0
01.02 16:00 3rd place 0 - 0
01.02 19:00 Final 0 - 0

Group E

Standings

Team M W T L GF-GA Points
CZE M
0 0 0 0 0-0 0
ESP M
0 0 0 0 0-0 0
NED M
0 0 0 0 0-0 0
LIE M
0 0 0 0 0-0 0

Group F

Standings

Team M W T L GF-GA Points
GER M
0 0 0 0 0-0 0
LAT M
0 0 0 0 0-0 0
AUT M
0 0 0 0 0-0 0
FRA M
0 0 0 0 0-0 0

 

Scoring Leaders Statistics

Rank Player Team M G A Points PIM

 

Goalkeeper Statistics

Rank Player Team M S G %

 

Other qualifications

EUR1: Denmark, 30th January – 2nd February 2020

EUR2: Slovakia, 30th January – 2nd February 2020

AOFC: Thailand, 2nd – 7th March 2020

 

General Event Information

A total of 35 teams have registered for the 13th Men’s WFC which will be hosted by Helsinki, Finland from 4th – 12th December 2020.  16 countries will be participating in the WFC and the Finnish Men’s team is the reigning world champion after defending their gold medal in Prague in 2018.

Finland, as the host country, received a direct qualification. WFC in Helsinki acts as the qualifying event for The World Games which will be hosted by the USA in 2021. Therefore the teams from Canada and the USA are directly qualified for the final round of WFC 2020, while all other 32 countries will compete for the remaining 13 places via regional qualification events.

In Europe, there will be six qualification groups with three event locations – Frederikshavn (Denmark), Poprad (Slovakia) and Liepaja (Latvia). The Asia-Oceania qualification will be held in Bangkok (Thailand).

For the first time, a new playing system will be introduced in the qualifications.  In Europe, there will be four days of play (reduced from five) and 3 teams will qualify from each qualification event. In each event, there are 2 groups of four teams, and the teams will play once against the others in their group. On the final day will be a play-off round of cross-over matches, as follows:

Final – 1st Group E v 1st Group F (both teams qualify)
3rd place – 2nd v 2nd (winner qualifies)
5th place – 3rd v 3rd
7th place – 4th v 4th

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