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WOMEN'S FUTNET - 2015 RESULTS

Results  MenWomen
Fixtures  MenWomen
Rankings  MenWomen

Men's Archive201820172016201520142013201220112010
Women's Archive201820172016201520142013201220112010

DATE VENUE MATCH COMPETITION STAGE
10.10 Cluj-Napoca (Romania) Czechia 2-0 Slovakia (22-14) World Championship Semi-Final
10.10 Cluj-Napoca (Romania) Hungary 2-1 Switzerland (34-25) World Championship Semi-Final
10.10 Cluj-Napoca Romania 2-0 Poland (22-11) World Championship 5th Place Match
10.10 Cluj-Napoca (Romania) Slovakia 2-1 Switzerland (28-24) World Championship 3rd Place Match
10.10 Cluj-Napoca (Romania) Czechia 2-0 Hungary (22-9) World Championship Final
09.10 Cluj-Napoca Romania 0-2 Hungary (11-22) World Championship Group A
09.10 Cluj-Napoca Romania 0-2 Czechia (7-22) World Championship Group A
09.10 Cluj-Napoca (Romania) Czechia 2-0 Hungary (22-17) World Championship Group A
09.10 Cluj-Napoca (Romania) Switzerland 2-0 Poland (22-13) World Championship Group B
09.10 Cluj-Napoca (Romania) Slovakia 2-0 Poland (22-5) World Championship Group B
09.10 Cluj-Napoca (Romania) Switzerland 2-0 Slovakia (22-12) World Championship Group B
09.10 Cluj-Napoca Romania 0-2 Slovakia (13-22) World Championship Quarter-Final
09.10 Cluj-Napoca (Romania) Hungary 2-0 Poland (22-12) World Championship Quarter-Final

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