Spain, Luxembourg and Romania hosts the Men’s ETC first round
Top 8 seeds in Men’s ETTU Cup are French Istres Tennis De Table, Stella Sport La Romagne, Caen TTC, Czech’s El Nino EHW, Hungarian Cvse-Swietelsky-Wewalka, Dutch Enjoy & Deploy Taverzo, and two clubs from Ukraine TTSC Nord and Fortune. The knock out s
Top 8 seeds in Men’s ETTU Cup are French Istres Tennis De Table, Stella Sport La Romagne, Caen TTC, Czech’s El Nino EHW, Hungarian Cvse-Swietelsky-Wewalka, Dutch Enjoy & Deploy Taverzo, and two clubs from Ukraine TTSC Nord and Fortune. The knock out stages will commence on November 21th. In the opening stage scheduled for September 5th cubs are divided in four groups.
Host of group 1 is DKV Borges VALL. In Spain they will host Portugal’s Grupo Desportivo dos Toledos, Belgium’s TT Vedrinamur and Turkish Turk Telekom Ankara Spor Kulubu.Traditionally, during the STERILGARDA European Youth Championships, ETTU General Secretary Richard SCRUTON, Chairman of Rankings Committee Igor HELLER and Deputy Chairman of Youth Committee Anton HAMRAN had conducted the draw for the Women’s European Champions League and ETTU Cup for Men and Women.
Luxemburg’s DT Etzella Ettelbruck will host Romania’s CS Mioveni, Italian ASD Marcozzi Cagliari, Turkish TED Sports club. In Luxemburg, again, DT Echternach will host STK Banat Zrenjanin from Serbia ,Belgium’s Sokah Hoboken, Spanish Irun Leka ENEA and Cyprus’ Goodgate Etha Engomi. Romania is the host of the last Group. Beside CS Pristavu Campulung, there will play Fokus BTK from Norway, NTK Ilirija from Slovenia, Portugal’s Grupo Desp. Do Centro Soc. Do Juncal and Luxembourg’s DT Union Letzebuerg.
The teams finishing on positions no. 1. And 2 in their respective groups will be qualified for the second round, which is scheduled for 3rd October. In the second round we already have 8 clubs divided in four groups: Logis Auderghem TT from Belgium, TTSC Elem from Russia, Cajasur Priego T.M. from Spain, TT Amatori Sterilgarda from Italy, STK Libertas Marinkolor from Croatia, Istanbul BBSK from Turkey, DT Diddeleng from Luxembourg and Svyazist UFA from Russia.