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North East Regional information

The North East region consists of the following countries:

Sweden, Finland, Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Belarus, Norway, Iceland

The Regional Series Committee (RSC) for the North East is:

George Fedorov, Russia  
Tadas Uselis, Lithuania       
Paul Eriksson, Sweden       

The CSC representatives for the North East Region are:

Markus Erkinheimo FI, NE
Hanna Öunap, FI, NE
Nicklas Tehler, SE, NE

Questions for the NE RSC may be addressed to NERSC(at)efdf.org.

2007 EUCR Information

EUCR Results and Qualifiers for the EUCFs:

Open                                    Women
1. Skogshyddan (SWE) *              1. Helsinki Ultimate(FIN)
 2. Helsinki Ultimate (FIN)*           2. Atletico (FIN)*
 3. SOS (FIN)*                               3. Turku Terror (FIN)*
 4. Karhukopla (FIN)*                    4. UFO (FIN)
 5. Viksjofors(SWE)                       5. Moments/Syndromes (LAT/SWE)
 6. UFO (FIN)                                6. Viima (FIN)
 7. Zeps (LTU) (RUS)                   
 8. Otso (FIN)
 9. Stockholm Syndrom (SWE)
10. Novgorod Bears (RUS)
11. Life is Good (LAT)
12. Tallinn FC (EST)
13. JuPiter (RUS)

Spirit winners - Open Life is Good, Women - UFO

* indicates an EUCF qualified team

The tournament is over, congrats to the qualifiers and thanks to all teams and players who came down and made the tournament a huge success. Nice work guys and gals.

For full tournament results, spirit scores click here.

2007 EUCF Information

  • NE has been awarded 4 open bids to the 2007 EUCF which will be in Basel, Switzerland, Oct. 5-7.
  • NE has been awarded 3 women's bids to the 2007 EUCF in Basel.

Any questions can be mailed to the Championship Series Committee at eucs(at)efdf.org.

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