EUCF BID ALLOCATION
The best teams from each region will, every October,
play a three-day tournament to determine the European Club Champion.
Bids to the annual EUCF will be distributed according to prior results
from the EUCFs and be announced on this website.
Bid allocation Rules
Open and Women
- Every region initially gets one less bid than the
number of its teams participating in the prior EUCF, with a minimum of
2 bids and a maximum of 5.
- Last placed regional teams (L) will be compared with
second last placed regional teams (S). L-teams from regions with 6 bids
and S-teams from regions with only 2 bids will be disregarded (rule 1).
- The best L-team is compared with the worst S-team. If
the L-team finished better than the S-team, then the region of the
L-team gains a bid from the region of the S-team.
- Compare the next best L-team with the next worst
S-team. If the L-team finished better than the S-team, then the region
of the L-team gets a bid from the region of the S-team.
- A region may gain or lose only one bid per year
according to the criteria defined above.
- If a region is unable to fulfill its bids, rule 4 is
applied and either the third S team or L team will have its region fill
the bid. This is the only way a region may lose more than one bid.
A maximum of 5 bids to any one region may be distributed through rule
1. Usually 12 bids will be distributed this way. The remaining four
bids will be distributed through rule 3. No region may have more than 6
bids to the EUCF or less than 2.
The 2008 Women's EUCF will feature 8 teams. The same rules apply,
however, with one automatic bids per region and 4 wildcard bids being
It is important for teams to do as well as possible at the EUCF
tournament in order to earn their region an extra bid in the following
year’s EUCF. A good showing by a region’s teams
will ensure their region gets as many chances as possible to claim the
Any questions can
be mailed to the Championship Series Committee at eucs(at)efdf.org.
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2009 CSC Committee
"Oddi" Furlan, Chair
Ruediger Veitl, DE, CE
Katka Svobodova, CZ, CE
Markus Erkinheimo FI, NE
Tiina Rättö, FI, NE
Buddha Schneider, CH, SW
Emilie Vaillant, FR, SW
Si Hill, UK, W
Aura Mackenzie, UK, W
Paul Eriksson, SE, EFDF
Alia Ayub, UK, EFDF