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Sweden was down by three balls at the break against the Faroe Islands in the opening match of the European Open Championship but turned the game around and won after a very strong second half.
The national team tournament European Open Championship for girls aged 16 kicked off on Monday morning with a meeting between Romania and Slovenia.
Iceland is by most standards a fairly small country, with a population of around 350.000. It is therefore quite astonishing that no less than 54 teams from 12 different clubs are participating in Partille Cup!
Club Italiano from Chile has arrived to Gothenburg after a trip that took two days (!).
– We are very tired but also very excited, says Sebastian Araya, leader and physiotherapist for the team.
In 1972, Västra Frölunda's juniors won gold in the Partille Cup. In connection with the 50th anniversary, the team will be reunited and relive old memories at the same time as they will visit this year's edition of the Partille Cup.
Now Partille Cup's new webshop is here. This year's tournament starts next week and the new webshop is now up and running. Feel free to look in the webshop and check out the Partille Cup collection.
In a week, 1056 teams from 30 nations will arrive in Gothenburg to participate in the Partille Cup. Partille Cup's general secretary Fredrik Andersson can't wait.
See which teams you might face in the play-offs.
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