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14th Champions Cup, lineups

The 14th European Champions’ Cup (ECC) will take place from 12th – 14th November in England. It is an annual competition in which twelve teams compete; the national club champions from the top ten countries in the previous European Teams Championships plus the host country and the holder country. Those NBOs lacking a national inter-club competition may be represented by the winner of its most prestigious team event. 

This year Israel, Monaco and Germany withdrew and thus have been replaced by Netherlands, Turkey and Romania. England is allowed two teams because they finished in the top ten in 2014 EBTC and they are the host. Italy has entered a team as the holders. 

 

EUROPEAN BRIDGE LEAGUE

PARTICIPATING TEAMS

Bulgaria Radkov – Bulgarian National Champion

Roumen Trendafilov (pc), Vladislav Isporski, Tenyu Tenev, Todor Tiholov

Denmark Pharmaservice – Danish National Champion

Hans Christian Graversen (pc), Henrik Caspersen, Poul Clemmensen, Emil Jepsen, Jens Kofoed, Lars Tofte

England Allfrey Allfrey –English National Champion

Alexander Allfrey (pc), Mike Bell, Tony Forrester, David Gold, Andrew Robson, David Bakhshi

England host EBU team

 Simon Gillis (pc), Boye Brogeland, Tom Hanlon, Espen Lindqvist, Zia Mahmood, Erik Saelensminde

France Soulet – French National Champion

Philippe Soulet (pc), Michel Lebel, Erick Mauberquez, Christophe Oursel, Bernard Payen, Thierry de Sainte Marie

Italy G.S. Allegra

 Maria Teresa Lavazza (npc), Alejandro Bianchedi, Denis Bilde, Norberto Bocchi, Massimiliano Di Franco, Giorgio Duboin, Agustin Madala, Massimo Ortensi (coach)

Netherlands BC’t Onstein

 Louk Verhees (pc), Berend van den Bos, Joris van Lankveld, Ricco van Prooijen, Richard Ritmeijer, Magdaléna Tichá

 

Norway Heimdal BK

 Erik Berg (pc), Geir Helgemo, Olav Arve Høyem, Aksel Hornslien, Lars Arthur Johansen, Børre Lund

Poland Ruch SA AZS Politechnika Wroclaw

Stanislaw Golebiowski (pc), Piotr Gawrys, Michal Klukowski, Michal Kwiecien, Wlodzimierz Starkowski, Piotr Zatorski

Romania Top Bridge Bucharest – Romanian National Champion

Marius Briciu (pc), Ionut Coldea, Filip Florin, Ovidiu Ghigheci, Bogdan Marina, Iulian Rotaru

Sweden Uppsalabridgen, Skalman

 Krister Ahlesved (pc), Tommy Bergdahl, Jonas Petersson, Niklas Warne

Turkey Cayyolu Bridge Club

Sedat Dinc(npc), Suleyman Kolata, Ismail Kandemir, Tayfun Ozbey, Levent Ozgul, Ali Ucar, Nafiz Zorlu, Tolga Ergen (coach)

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