2007 European Baseball Championship – Qualification: Wikis

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The qualification for the 2007 European Baseball Championship was held from July 25-29, 2006 in Russia and August 1-5, 2006 in Belgium. 16 nations contested to qualify for 2 spots available among the 10 other sides already qualified. In the end, 3 teams qualified for the 2007 competition, because of the removal of Greece.[1] Austria replaced Greece, being the runner-ups in the qualifier pool in Russia, while Croatia and Russia won their qualifier pools and were qualified to compete in the 2007 competition, to be placed with the 9 already qualified teams from the 2005 competition. These are, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Ukraine and United Kingdom.

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Qualifier Pool 1

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Group Stage

Group A

Qualified for the semi-finals
Did not qualify for the semi-finals
# Team Games Wins Losses Tiebreaker
1  Russia 3 3 0
2  Austria 3 2 1
3  Poland 3 1 2
4  Georgia 3 0 3
July 25, 2006 Poland  4 – 7  Austria Planernaya, Russia
July 25, 2006 Georgia  1 – 12  Russia Planernaya, Russia

July 26, 2006 Austria  14 – 2  Georgia Planernaya, Russia
July 26, 2006 Russia  11 – 1  Poland Planernaya, Russia

July 27, 2006 Georgia  5 – 19  Poland Planernaya, Russia
July 27, 2006 Austria  1 – 12  Russia Planernaya, Russia

Group B

Qualified for the semi-finals
Did not qualify for the semi-finals
# Team Games Wins Losses Tiebreaker
1  Belarus 3 3 0
2  Lithuania 3 2 1
3  Finland 3 1 2
4  Turkey 3 0 3
July 25, 2006 Lithuania  6 – 10  Belarus Balashikha, Russia
July 25, 2006 Turkey  16 – 23  Finland Balashikha, Russia

July 26, 2006 Finland  2 – 15  Lithuania Balashikha, Russia
July 26, 2006 Belarus  11 – 1  Turkey Balashikha, Russia

July 27, 2006 Lithuania  8 – 5  Turkey Balashikha, Russia
July 27, 2006 Finland  3 – 13  Belarus Balashikha, Russia

Final round

Group C

# Team Games Wins Losses Tiebreaker
1  Poland 3 3 0
2  Georgia 3 2 1
3  Finland 3 1 2
4  Turkey 3 0 3
July 28, 2006 Finland  5 – 10  Georgia Balashikha, Russia
July 28, 2006 Poland  11 – 1  Turkey Balashikha, Russia

July 29, 2006 Poland  16 – 6  Finland Balashikha, Russia
July 29, 2006 Turkey  13 – 16  Georgia Balashikha, Russia

Semi-finals

July 28, 2006 Belarus  5 – 15  Austria Planernaya, Russia
July 28, 2006 Russia  11 – 1  Lithuania Planernaya, Russia

3rd place

July 29, 2006 Lithuania  10 – 8  Belarus Planernaya, Russia

Final

July 29, 2006 Russia  17 – 0  Austria Planernaya, Russia

Qualifier Pool 2

Group Stage

Group A

Qualified for the semi-finals
Did not qualify for the semi-finals
# Team Games Wins Losses Tiebreaker
1  Croatia 3 3 0
2  Ireland 3 2 1
3  Slovakia 3 1 2
4  Norway 3 0 3
August 1, 2006 Slovakia  2 – 6  Ireland Antwerp, Belgium
August 1, 2006 Norway  5 – 20  Croatia Hoboken, Belgium

August 2, 2006 Croatia  8 – 0  Slovakia Hoboken, Belgium
August 2, 2006 Ireland  7 – 1  Norway Hoboken, Belgium

August 3, 2006 Slovakia  13 – 2  Norway Antwerp, Belgium
August 3, 2006 Croatia  2 – 1  Ireland Antwerp, Belgium

Group B

Qualified for the semi-finals
Did not qualify for the semi-finals
# Team Games Wins Losses Tiebreaker
1  Belgium 3 3 0
2  Switzerland 3 2 1
3  Slovenia 3 1 2
4  San Marino 3 0 3
August 1, 2006 San Marino  2 – 12  Slovenia Hoboken, Belgium
August 1, 2006 Belgium  7 – 0  Switzerland Hoboken, Belgium

August 2, 2006 Switzerland  10 – 0  San Marino Antwerp, Belgium
August 2, 2006 Slovenia  1 – 7  Belgium Antwerp, Belgium

August 3, 2006 Slovenia  4 – 8  Switzerland Hoboken, Belgium
August 3, 2006 Belgium  11 – 1  San Marino Hoboken, Belgium

Final round

Group C

# Team Games Wins Losses Tiebreaker
1  Slovakia 3 3 0
2  Slovenia 3 2 1
3  San Marino 3 1 2
4  Norway 3 0 3
August 4, 2006 Slovenia  13 – 2  Norway Antwerp, Belgium
August 4, 2006 Slovakia  7 – 2  San Marino Hoboken, Belgium

August 5, 2006 Norway  3 – 13  San Marino Antwerp, Belgium
August 5, 2006 Slovakia  13 – 3  Slovenia Hoboken, Belgium

Semi-finals

August 4, 2006 Croatia  13 – 3  Switzerland Antwerp, Belgium
August 4, 2006 Belgium  1 – 4  Ireland Hoboken, Belgium

3rd place

August 5, 2006 Switzerland  2 – 15  Belgium Antwerp, Belgium

Final

August 5, 2006 Croatia  12 – 2  Ireland Hoboken, Belgium

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