Longines EEF Series

Regional  Qualification

South
Central
West
North

COUNTRY

COUNTRY

Gorla Minore
25-28 April

Athens
30 May-2 June

TOTAL:

QUALIFICATION SEMIFINAL

Bulgaria


Greece


Italy


Romania


Turkey


Ukraine

Region South consists of the following NFs:

  • Albania
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Bulgaria
  • Croatia
  • Cyprus
  • Greece
  • Italy
  • North Makedonia
  • Malta
  • Romania
  • San Marino
  • Serbia
  • Turkey
  • Ukriane

COUNTRY

COUNTRY

Mannheim
01-07 May

Bratislava
13-16 June

TOTAL:

QUALIFICATION SEMIFINAL

Austria


Czech Republic


Germany


Hungary


Netherlands


Slovakia


Switzerland

Region Central consists of the following NFs:

  • Austria
  • Czech Republic
  • Germany
  • Hungary
  • Liechtenstein
  • Netherlands
  • Slovenia
  • Switzerland
  • Slovakia

COUNTRY

COUNTRY

Peelbergen
16-19 May

Luxembourg
06-09 June

TOTAL:

QUALIFICATION SEMIFINAL

Belgium


Spain


France


United Kindom


Ireland


Portugal

Region West consists of the following NFs:

  • Andora
  • Belgium
  • Spain
  • France
  • Great Briatin
  • Ireland
  • Luxemburg
  • Monaco
  • Portugal

COUNTRY

COUNTRY

Stutteri Ask
15-19 May

Drammen
06-09 June

TOTAL:

QUALIFICATION SEMIFINAL

Denmark


Finland


Latvia


Lithuania


Norway


Poland


Sweden

Region North consists of the following NFs:

  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • Island
  • Israel
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Sweden

The Longines EEF Series builds through three rounds. During the regional qualifiers, eligible nations will score points to earn progression to the semi-finals. Europe is spilt into four regional groups, with two regional qualifiers for each group. Teams earn points according to their classification in the respective RQs in their Region (teams competing in additional events, outside of their region do not score points), using the following point scale.

The points for each team are added together to establish the Region standings and the top 5 teams from each regional group will move forward to the semi-final. At the semi-finals, it’s all to play for as the top 5 from each semi-final gain progression to the Final. 

  • 1st place: 100 pts
  • 2nd place: 90 pts
  • 3rd place: 80 pts
  • 4th place: 70 pts
  • 5th place: 60 pts
  • 6th place: 55 pts
  • 7th place: 50 pts
  • 8th place: 45 pts
  • 9th place: 40 pts
  • 10th place: 35 pts
  • 11th place and beyond: 30 pts 

REGION SOUTH

Gorla Minore

25-28 April

Athens

30 May - 2 June

REGION CENTRAL

Mannheim

01-07 May

Bratislava

13-16 June

REGION WEST

Peelbergen

16-19 May

Luxembourg

06-09 June

REGION NORTH

Stutteri Ask

15-19 May

Drammen

06-09 June

SEMIFINALS

Deauville

20-23 June

Budapest

11-14 July

FINAL

Warsaw

5-8 September