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2011 Rollball World Cup

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2011 Rollball World Cup

2011 Rollball World Cup was the first world cup of the game rollball. It was held at the Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex in Pune. It was won by Denmark, a non-member of the International Rollball Federation, and host India ended second. This had 28 group stage matches and 2 semi-finals and a final. There were 31 matches in total. Tanzania from Africa; Belgium, Belarus, Denmark, Netherlands and Sweden from Europe were the six non-members of International Rollball Federation participating in this World Cup.

Participating teams

There were 16 national rollball teams:

Africa (3)
Asia (7)
Europe (6)

Matches

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17 April 2011.
  1. India vs Kenya.
  2. Denmark vs Bangladesh.
  3. Great Britain vs Hong Kong.
  4. Netherlands vs Malaysia.
18 April 2011.
  1. Belarus vs Nepal.
  2. China vs Belgium.
  3. Denmark vs Belgium.
  4. Great Britain vs Tanzania.
  5. Netherlands vs Malaysia.
  6. India vs Sweden.
  7. Netherlands vs Nepal.
  8. Uganda vs Tanzania.
19 April 2011.
  1. Bangladesh vs China.
  2. Denmark vs China.
  3. Great Britain vs Uganda.
  4. Hong Kong vs Uganda.
  5. India vs United Arab Emirates.
  6. Kenya vs United Arab Emirates.
  7. Malaysia vs Belarus.
  8. Netherlands vs Belarus.
20 April 2011.
  1. Bangladesh vs Tanzania.
  2. Belarus vs Uganda.
  3. Denmark vs United Arab Emirates.
  4. Hong Kong vs Tanzania.
  5. India vs Belgium.
  6. Malaysia vs Nepal.
  7. Nepal vs Great Britain.
  8. Sweden vs Kenya.
21 April 2011.
  • Visit day
22 April 2011.

References

  1. ^ 2011 Rollball World Cup Matches
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