Squadre / Teams

Girone A / Group A

Headingley Outlaws (GBR)

Pont-de-Vaux Faucons (FRA)

TB Phönix Baden (AUT)

Tchoukball Beasts Hassels (GER)

Unet Caronno Spartans (ITA)

Val-de-Ruz Flyers (SUI) 

 

Girone B / Group B

Lausanne Olympic (SUI)

Portsmouth Drakes (GBR)

Rovello Sgavisc (ITA)

SG Urbich (GER)

Tchoukball Fusiòn Madrid (SPA)

Tchoukball SGH (POL)

 

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Rovello Sgavisc

Composta da giocatori che vanno dai 20 ai 35 anni con varie esperienze a livello internazionale, di cui 6 vincitori dell’ultimo Europeo per nazioni (sia maschile che femminile) svoltosi a Castellanza nel luglio scorso, da anni ai vertici della Serie A italiana, e dopo numerose partecipazioni alla EWC, con un 4° posto come miglior risultato ottenuto,  i Rovello Sgavisc sono alla loro seconda partecipazione alla ESC.

Vittoriosi nel 2016 si presentano a questa edizione con solo un pareggio fino ad ora a rallentare la corsa verso il 1° posto della regular season del Campionato Italiano 2018/2019, e quindi con tutte le carte in regola per tentare di bissare il successo.

 

Composed of players ranging from 20 to 35 years with various experiences at international level, including 6 winners of the last European for nations (both male and female) held in Castellanza last July, for years at the top of the Italian Serie A, and after numerous participations at the EWC, with a 4th place as best result obtained, Rovello Sgavisc are at their second participation in the ESC.

Victorious in 2016, with only a draw so far to slow the race to the 1st place of the regular season of the Italian Championship 2018/2019, they have all the cards in order to gain the success again.

 

Unet Caronno Spartans

OSGB Caronno Spartans is a new team, born from the ashes of Sharks and Killer Whales. A team that combines experience and technique, whose goal is to do well both in the Championship and in the ESC 

Pont-de-Vaux Faucons

Les Faucons" from the city of Pont-de-Vaux were born in 2010. Two titles of champions of France (2015 and 2017), two participations in European Cup: ESC in 2016 (5th place) and EWC in 2018 (12th place ).

Tchoukball Fusiòn Madrid

The history of Tchoukball Fusion Madrid

It all started in October 2012 at the Pont de Vaux International Tournament. There Rocío, Miguel, Jorge, Pepe and Luis put the first stone of what has become Tchoukball Fusion Madrid. Since that day, dozens of players have passed through our ranks, some of them from different nationalities. For the global tchoukballers who come to spend time in Madrid, trying their luck with us has become almost a tradition.

To our credit we can boast that we have represented Spain three times in the Silver Cup of Torino in 2015, Weimar in 2017 and Warsaw 2018. This year we will compete in Rovello as current champions of Spain. A title that we have been winning consecutively since 2014 until now.

We really want to keep improving and that is why we try to grow tchoukball in Spain in all possible ways.

 

Headingley Outlaws

Headingley Outlaws Tchoukball Club was established in 2013 and in the club's short history have been Tchoukball UK (TUK) Division One Champions twice. Now in its sixth year, the club are competing in the TUK Super League once again and looking to maintain their status.

Lausanne Olympic

Lausanne Tchoukball Club was founded in 1985. Quickly, the main goal of the club was to have a competitive first team. Numbers of players joined our club thanks to universities in the city. Lausanne Olympic is also the only Swiss team who won the EWC, and was the first winner of the competition. Last year, the team finished 4th at national level and 2nd in the silver cup.

Portsmouth Drakes

Portsmouth Tchoukball Club: A Summary

Portsmouth Drakes, formed in 2009 with a name inspired by 1992 film The Mighty Ducks, have qualified for their first ever European competition following an excellent 2017-18 season in which they finished 3rd in the Super League under the coaching of UK international, Liam Green.

Some brilliant performances last season led the Drakes to 3rd in the league just 5 points behind the eventual champions, as well as a runners-up medal in the Super Cup in May. The performances continued into the current season with a 3rd place at the Domini Fox Memorial Tournament in October and another runners-up medal after a narrow defeat in the National League Cup in November.

 

The Drakes, one of two teams at PTC along with the Ducks, have been able to strengthen both of their sides in the past few months with the re-acquisitions of Alex Pryor and Elle Jones. The signing of numerous graduates and students from the University of Portsmouth, including David Jackson, Charlie Wuidart-Gray and Matt Harris has helped to boost the teams’ options for the current season.

ESC Squad: #14. Liam Green (Coach), #2. Elle Jones, #5. David Jackson, #7. Alex Pryor, #13. Jordan Farrelly, #15. Andy Haigh, #21. Matt Harris, #31. Charlie Wuidart-Gray, #56. Mike Emery, #66. Nick Rowe.

 

SG Ubrich

The last successes were the 4th place for the DM 2017 and the 5th place for the DM 2018.

TB Phönix Baden

In 2013 the team TB Phönix Baden participate their first time in an international tournament.

The best achievement was the 6th place at the EWC in Saronno in 2015.

This year the young mixed team is going to performe and give their best at the ESC in Rovello.

 

TB Beasts Hassels

Tchoukball has existed in Düsseldorf since 2013. Our Team Tchoukball Beast

Hassels has 8 Players.

The youngest is 16 years old, the oldest 27 years old. In Düsseldorf we are

a total of 40 active players.

At the German Championship 2018 in Düsseldorf, we reached the 3rd. place. 

 

Only 2 points separate us from the European Winners Cup. (30:32 semi-final)

The European Championship 2018 in Castellanza was great for the German

Teams and all had a lot of fun. 

Now we are happy to be in Italy again.

 

Tchoukball SGH

Tchoukball SGH

Our team was founded in 2015 by a group of friends studying at the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) and since then it evolved pretty quickly. Last year we accomplished our biggest success so far by taking the second place in Polish Tchoukball Championship and therefore securing our slot in ESC 2019. At the beginning of February we took the third place in Polish Tchoukball Cup so we feel ready to face international competition. Our first big international experience was playing in the last edition of ESC, as we were co-hosting the tournament in Warsaw. In August 2018 five of our players participated in European Tchoukball Championship in Castellanza representing Poland    

Prlease find also attached updated registration form - we've added one player. I hope it is not a problem.

Best regards,

 

Val-de-Ruz Flyers

Founded in 1972 by Michel Favre, the Val-de-Ruz club is one of the first Tchoukball teams in the world. Today, the club has more than a hundred members and ranks among the best Swiss teams. In 2018 the flyers finished the Swiss championship at the 2nd place and the Swiss Cup also. in 2017 they won the Swiss Cup.

16-03-19

Alle ore 10.00 presso la sala riunione al terzo piano del centro civico di Rovello Porro si terrà la conferenza stampa dedicata alla European Silver Cup 2019

01.03.2019

Estratti i gironi della ESC 2019!!! 
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13.12.18

I Rovello Scighera vincono il nostro tradizionale torneo di Natale. Vedi la classifica.