8th European Universities Football Championship
Warsaw, Poland: July 18-25, 2010
In men finals, the title of champions went to Halic University, Turkey who won a thrilling final match against Holly Cross University in Kielce, Poland.
In women finals, the title of champions went to University School of Physical Education in Wroclaw, Poland who won an exciting final match against University of Lausanne, Switzerland.
Medals and awards were presented by Antonis Petrou and Andreas Demetriou - EUSA Technical Delegates for Football, Adam Roczek - EUSA Sports Manager, Marek Konopczyński - OC President, Zdzisław Brzeziński - Mayor of Piastów and Suleyman Rana and Sylwia Szmytelska from Rasio Sport Company.
Apart from medals, Best Player award, Best Scorer award and Fair Play award were attributed in both tournaments.
12 men and 7 women teams participated in this year’s European Universities Football Championship which was taking place in Warsaw, Poland between July 18 and 25, 2010. EUSA flag was in the end passed to Head of Delegation of Halic University, Turkey, as the next championship will take place in Istanbul, Turkey where teams are warmly welcomed to join the 9th European Universities Football Championship next year.
More information is also available at the official website of the championship: http://football2010.azs2.waw.pl.
1. Halic University, Turkey
2. Holly Cross University in Kielce, Poland
3. Ternopil Pedagogical University, Ukraine
4. Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
5. The Interregional Academy of Personnel Management in Kiev, Ukraine
6. Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal
7. Kuban State University, Russian Federation
8. University de Montpellier, France
9. University of Wurzburg, Germany
10. University of Almeria, Spain
11. Nakhchivan State University, Azerbaijan
12. University of Jyvaskyla, Finland
1. University School of Physical Education in Wroclaw, Poland
2. University of Lausanne, Switzerland
3. University of Montpellier, France
4. University of Goettingen, Germany
5. Siberian Federal University, Russia
6. University of Coimbra, Portugal
7. University of Warsaw, Poland
Best player: Mykhailo Reinish - Interregional Academy of Personnel Management Kiev, Ukraine
Best scorer: Antonio Zamora Maraver - University of Almeira, Spain
Fair play: Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
Best player: Ana Servolo - University of Coimbra, Portugal
Best scorer(s): Valentina Mercolli - University of Lausanne, Switzerland & Joanna Plonowska - University School of Physical Education in Wroclaw, Poland
Fair play: University of Lausanne, Switzerland