Italy, with four representative teams, participates in the European Championship for men’s and women’s teams, the important and demanding event that every year brings the best continental forces to the field. All events are scheduled for July 5-9 in four different countries: England, Germany, Wales and Iceland.
European Amateur Team Championship, schedule
The competitions are developed with the same formula: classification to 36 holes stroke play in the first two days (sum of the five best scores of six), then the eight best classified will access the first round of match play, where they will play for the title. elimination.
live with matches of two quartets and five singles. The other teams that will continue in the classification will be divided into two other groups where they will compete for positions starting from the ninth. European Amateur Team Championship – Fans will take part in the Royal St.
George’s Golf Club in Sandwich in England where the blue team will be made up of Filippo Celli, who recently won the Individual European Championship, Pietro Bovari, Matteo Cristoni, Lucas Nicolas Fallotico, Giovanni Manzoni and Massimiliano Campigli.
Accompanying the team: Alberto Binaghi, Technical Commissioner of the Men’s Amateur Team, Federal Trainers Alessandro Bandini and Alain Vergari, Athletic Trainer and Nutritionist Massimo Messina and Captain Simone Armando Colozza In the race 19 formations including Denmark defending the title, France, defeated in the 2021 final (5.5-1.5), the champion teams of the previous three years, Germany (2020), Sweden (2019) and Finland (2018), as well as England, Holland, Scotland and Spain.
In the Championship, which has been held since 1959, Italy has won a title (in 1999) and twice won silver. Men’s European Team Championship / Jean ‑ Louis Dupont Trophy – Italy, defeated last year in the final by Germany (4.5-2.5), will once again try to carve out a leading role among the 18 Men’s teams that will dispute the title in the St.
Campo Leon-Rot, in the German city from which the club takes its name. Defending the blue colors will be Marco Florioli, Filippo Ponzano, Flavio Michetti, Tommaso Rossin, Pietro Guido Fenoglio and Eugenio Bernardi. They were assisted by Deputy Technical Commissioner Giovanni Gaudioso, Federal Coach Giorgio Grillo, physiotherapist Cristiano Cambi and Captain Giovanni Bartoli.
Alongside the defending champions, who will have home court advantage, and the Azzurri, France (scored in 2019), Spain (2018), Denmark (2017), then Austria, Czech Republic, England and Sweden. The review has been carried out since 1980 and Italy has three successes (1982, 2003, 2014) and four second places.
Ladies European Team Championship – The ladies will compete for the title in Conway, Wales at the Conwy Golf Club, where representatives from 20 nations will compete in an event that has been held since 1959. This is the blue team: Alessandra Fanali, Carolina Melgrati, Benedetta Moresco, Alessia Nobilio, Emilie Alba Paltrinieri, and Anna Zanusso.
With them Anna Roscio, Director of the Women’s National Team and Captain, Roberto Zappa, Technical Commissioner of the Women’s National Amateur Team, and Enrico Trentin, Federal Coach. England will defend the title it snatched last year from Sweden (5-2), which it had won for the previous three years.
Other participants were France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Wales, Denmark and Finland. Blue, who never won the race, finished second four times. Women’s European Team Championship – For the Girls, a trip to Iceland, where the tournament, born in 1991, will take place in Garðabær, at the Oddur Golf Club course with the participation of 18 teams.
Playing for Italy: Paris Appendino, Ginevra Coppa, Matilde Partele, Francesca Pompa, Lorena Rossettin and Francesca Fiorellini, who won the ANNIKA Invitational in Sweden in mid-June. With team captain Stefano Sardi and federal coaches Alex Senoner and Stefano Soffietti.
Spain defends the title with France, defeated in the 2021 final (4.5-2.5), ready to take revenge in a context that includes, among others, teammates from Germany and Denmark, who scored in the previous two years, the The Netherlands, the Czech Republic, England and Sweden.
Italy from 2014 to 2018 was a great protagonist with two titles (2016 and 2018) and three second places (five, in total, silver).