Almeria 201310th European Universities Football Championship

Almeria, Spain: June 23 - 30, 2013


Rector of the University of Almeria

The European Universities Football Championship Almeria 2013 concluded on 30th June with an exciting Finals followed by the Closing Ceremony at “Campo de Futbol Universidad de Almeria”. Over 500 participants from 22 Universities from 11 countries took representing 16 men and 8 women teams part in this year’s edition of the event which otherwise started on June 23.

Men's Finals


In men’s finals, the title of champion/s went to Catholic University San Antonio – UCAM Murcia - (Spain) who won a thrilling final match against University of Almeria (also Spain). The final match was very intense and equalled ending with 0-0, after disputing the extra time UCAM Murcia got the win due their greater fortune in the launch of penalties.

Women's finals


In women finals, the title of champion/s went to University of Montpellier I (France) who have won an exciting final match against University of Malaga (Spain). The French team was ahead by two goals in the first half, but the University of Malaga managed to tie the middle of the second half. In the final section University of Montpellier I scored twice goals more getting a 4-2 victory.

Participants' flags at the Closing ceremony


Medals and awards were presented by Mr Pablo Martínez (Director of Organisation). The Ceremony was attended by Mr Arie Rosenzweig, EUSA Representative, Mr Antonis Petrou and Mr Andreas Demetrius, EUSA Technical Delegates as well as the President of Organizing Committee, Mr Jose Antonio Guerrero, and the representatives of Almeria Town Hall, Country Council of Almeria and Andalusian Regional Goverment. On behalf of the Organizing Committee the Honourable Rector of the University of Almería, Mr Pedro Molina, officially closed the Championship.

Rector of the University of Almeria Mr Molina and EUSA Representative Mr Rosenzweig


The organization of the EUC Football has been a success recognized by participants, for good accommodation and food, transport system and sports facilities. Also by the amount of information available online (live TV, live statistics, etc ...) and to develop the campaign "Welcome to Country" by hundreds of schoolchildren have been supporting the different participating countries, causing exciting moments in encounters with the teams.

Athletes' march pass


The EUSA flag was passed to Mr Arie Rosenzweig, EUSA Executive Committee member, to hand it to the Organising team from Osijek (Croatia), where the next EUC will be held in 2014. All teams are warmly welcomed to join the next European Universities Football Championship 2015 and the European Universities Games Rotterdam in 2014.


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Medallists men


1. Catholic University San Antonio of Murcia, ESP
2. University of Almeria, ESP
3. Catholic University San Vicente Valencia, ESP
4. Kuban State University, RUS
5. University of Bielefeld, GER
6. University of Halle, GER
7. University of Minho, POR
8. University College of Namur-Liege-Luxembourg, BEL
9. Chernivtsi National University, UKR
10. University of Freiburg, GER
11. University of Montpellier I, FRA
12. Moscow State Regional Socio-Humanitarian Institute, RUS
13. College of Nyiregyhaza, HUN
14. University of Nottingham, GBR
15. University of Jyvaskyla, FIN
16. Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences, FIN

Medallists - women

1. University of Montpellier I, FRA
2. University of Malaga, ESP
3. University Paul Sabatier Toulouse, FRA
4. University of Valencia, ESP
5. University of Magdeburg, GER
6. University of Porto, POR
7. Marmara University, TUR
8. University of Almeria, ESP