(Photo: Lithuanian Badminton Federation)
Schedule changes for the team event
Date: 8/6/2023 2:51 PM
Published by : Sara González Martínez (BEC)
Due to the humidity at the venue, we have had to make some changes to the schedule for both today and tomorrow's matches at the 2023 European U17 Team Championships. Please take note of the following updates.

Today's schedule - Sunday, 6th August
At 6pm (EEST), the following matches will be played, featuring teams with a chance to secure their spot in the quarterfinals:

  • Ukraine vs. England
  • Poland vs. Switzerland
  • Romania vs. Belgium
  • Denmark vs. Germany
  • France vs. Hungary
  • Spain vs. Estonia

After these matches, the draw for the quarterfinals will take place.

Tomorrow's schedule - Monday, 7th August
At 10am (EEST), brace yourselves for the quarterfinals, where the top teams will battle it out to secure their place in the next stage of the team event.

Also, on 7th August, not before 12pm (EEST), we have additional group stage matches lined up for teams that due to their current points cannot make it to the quarterfinals. But don't worry, these matches will still bring competitive badminton action:

  • Israel vs. Italy
  • Scotland vs. Greece
  • Norway vs. Slovenia
  • Netherlands vs. Finland
  • Wales vs. Bulgaria
  • Austria vs. Slovakia

Finally, at 4pm (EEST), the semifinals will kick off, showcasing intense matches between the best teams from the event.

Important Note: All times are indicated in Eastern European Summer Time (EEST), the local time in Vilnius, Lithuania, where the tournament is being held.
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