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Euros Format 2023

The European Roundnet Championship 2023 will consist of two events. On Saturday, there will be a men's and women's tournament (with a closed and a non-closed division). On Sunday, there will be a squad tournament.



During this day, you may partner up with any player of any country.


There will be a closed 16-team Pro division for women's and for open. To qualify for the Pro division, teams have to get to the top 16 of the ETS team rankings.


The ETS team rankings will take the best two results of the European Tour Series - from the gold division for open - (ETS Paris, ETS Prague, ETS Sweden, ETS London, ETS Vienna).

If a team that finishes in the top 16 decides to not participate at Euros, other teams will move up. If a player is in the top 16 with two different partners, he can decide who he is going to play with in the closed division. The other player will not be able to play in the Pro Division.

Rules for qualifying to women's Pro is coming soon...

During Day 1, there will also be different divisions sorted by skill level that are open to everyone.


For the squad tournament, NGBs can choose their national team which will consist of three women's teams and three men's teams who play together in the same squad. Individual and team rankings  from the ETS season will be provided by EURA to help NGBs. The only requirement for players to be eligible to play for their country is that the player has to have taken part at one ETS event (the ETS Championship on Saturday can count and make a player eligible for the Squads European Championship).

In a matchup between two countries, the winner is decided by which squad won more of their games (e.g. one country wins 4 of their 6 games, they won the match against the other country). The women's teams and men's teams will be competing together as a squad. In case the matchup ends with a 3-3, there will be another deciding match. The deciding match will take one woman and one man from the 6 teams of the squad to create a mixed team (predetermined at the beginning of the tournament) that will compete in a single set to 21.

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