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Brits receive schedule for 2014 European Qualifiers

10th July 2012

The British Gas GBR Men’s Water Polo team will host FYRO Macedonia, Czech Republic and France in European Championship qualifiers next season.

The Brits, who are currently preparing to compete at the Olympics for the first time since 1956, will play six matches between November 2012 and November 2013 as they look to book a place in the Preliminary Round for the Championships.

FYRO Macedonia will most likely provide the toughest opposition, having competed at the past three European Championships.

Czech Republic have never reached the European finals while France have been absent since 2001 - the last time the Championships were held in Budapest.

Group E fixtures for European Championships 2014 Qualifiers

  • 7 November 2012: FYRO Macedonia v Great Britain
  • 12 December 2012: Czech Republic v Great Britain
  • 3 April 2013: Great Britain v France
  • 5 June 2013: France v Great Britain
  • 10 July 2013: Great Britain v Czech Republic
  • 6 November 2013: Great Britain v FYRO Macedonia

Having qualified for the European Championships for the first time in 15 years earlier this season, the British Gas GBR Women's Water Polo team will face Spain, Ukraine, Croatia and Serbia as they look to qualify for a second consecutive finals.

Their match schedules are yet to be released.

European Champs 2016