(Photo: Lithuanian Badminton Federation)
Exciting clashes await
Date: 8/5/2023 11:34 PM
Published by : Sara González Martínez (BEC)
As the 2023 European U17 Championships enter their final day of the team event's group stage, the pressure is at its peak and teams competed fiercely today for crucial points. 

Today will be a decisive day for many teams as only the top team from each of the eight groups will advance to the quarterfinals. With so much at stake, we are in for a thrilling spectacle.

Among the teams vying for a spot in the quarterfinals, the host nation, Lithuania, faces a strong opponent in Türkiye. Both teams have secured 5-0 wins in their previous matches. Now, they will go head-to-head in a battle for the top spot in their group.

Every match during this final day of the group stage is of utmost importance, with teams striving to clinch victories and avoid defeats. Who will make it to the quarterfinals and move one step closer to the title?

For those eager to keep track of the standings in each group, detailed tables can be seen here.

How to follow the all the action and the draw
Unlike the previous two days, the third and final day of the Group Stage of the 2023 European U17 Team Championships will feature three sessions only, scheduled at 9am, 1pm, and 5pm (CEST). You can catch all the live matches on

Following the day's matches, the draw for the knockout stage will take place to determin the quarterfinal matchups. Fans can stay updated through Badminton Europe Confederation's social media channels and the Badminton Live app. The draw will be streamed live on

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