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What is a UEFA Regions’ Cup?

The UEFA Regions’ Cup kicks off in Bavaria on Tuesday and we have a lowdown on a 11th book of a tournament.

What is a UEFA Regions’ Cup?

The UEFA Regions’ Cup is a foe for players who have never featured during any veteran level. Contested by a winners of inhabitant pledge tournaments – with a smallest countries fielding inhabitant pledge teams – it is a showcase for a resources of talent that exists underneath a radar in European football.

Have players left on from a UEFA Regions’ Cup into veteran football?

Christoph Metzelder went from UEFA Regions' Cup subordinate to Real Madrid

Christoph Metzelder went from UEFA Regions’ Cup subordinate to Real Madrid©Getty Images

Quite a few, many notably Christoph Metzelder, who played in 1999 subordinate for Westphalia and 3 years after started a FIFA World Cup final for Germany. Bulgaria have also seen 7 players go on from their pledge squads to play competitively during comparison turn for their country.

Who are a contenders?

In Group A, hosts Bavaria start opposite Ligue de Normandie from France, who knocked out holders Zagreb in qualifying. Also concerned are West Slovakia, subordinate victors opposite a Irish deputy side that reached a final dual finals, and 2017 hosts Istanbul.

Group B features Hradec Králové, a record seventh opposite Czech qualifier, 2007 champions Dolnośląski of Poland, Russia’s South Region – Chayka, and Castilla y León, winners in 2009 and holding Spain’s unmatched sum of sum finals appearances to eight.

When and where are a games?

The organisation theatre is played on Tuesday, Thursday and subsequent Sunday. The tip organisation in any organisation will afterwards strive for a prize on Wednesday 26 June. Matches will be hold during stadiums in Hankofen, Kelheim, Landshut and Neustadt, with a final during Burghausen.

Where can we watch a games?

The Bavarian Football Association (BFV) is streaming each diversion on a Facebook page.

2017 UEFA Regions' Cup review

2017 UEFA Regions’ Cup review

How can we buy tickets?

Tickets are accessible from all a horde stadiums.

Who are a past winners?

Italian sides have won 3 of a prior 10 editions (with Veneto a usually mixed champions), with dual successes for pledge teams from Spain. Five editions have been won by a hosts – including 3 of a final four. The final dual finals have starred a same teams, with a Irish deputy winning as hosts in Dublin in 2015 opposite Zagreb, who took punish dual years ago in Istanbul.

Hall of fame

Players with a many UEFA Regions’ Cup appearances (including qualifying)
28: Ken Hoey (IRL: Republic of Ireland, Region 1, Leinster Munster, Eastern Region, Region 2)
27:
Ray Whelehan (IRL: Republic of Ireland, Region 1, Leinster Munster)
26: Brendan O’Connell (IRL: Republic of Ireland, Region 1, Leinster Munster, Eastern Region)

Players with a many UEFA Regions’ Cup finals appearances
15: Ken Hoey (IRL: Region 1, Leinster Munster, Eastern Region)
13: Brendan O’Connell (IRL: Republic of Ireland, Region 1, Leinster Munster, Eastern Region)
11: Nikica Brujić (CRO: Zagreb)

Record-breaker Ken Hoey rises a prize in 2015

Record-breaker Ken Hoey rises a prize in 2015©Sportsfile

Players with a many UEFA Regions’ Cup final appearances
3= Ken Hoey (IRL: Region 1, Leinster Munster, Eastern Region)
3= Brendan O’Connell (IRL: Republic of Ireland, Region 1, Leinster Munster, Eatsern Region)

Players with a many UEFA Regions’ Cup goals (including qualifying)
18: Željko Štulec (CRO: Zagreb)
9= Serhiy Chudak (UKR: Kahovka-Kzeso)
9= Javier Moreno (ESP: Madrid)
9= Aretas Gėgžna (LTU: Nevézis)
9= Zoltán Varga (HUN: Szabolcs Gabona Csoport)
9= James Walsh (IRL: Republic of Ireland, Region 1, Leinster Munster)

Players with a many UEFA Regions’ Cup finals goals
6: Zoltán Varga (HUN: Szabolcs Gabona Csoport)
5: Gabriel David (CZE: Central Moravia)

Finals tip scorers
2017: Roberto García (ESP, Castilla y León) 4
2015: Salim Uzun (TUR: Ankara) 4
2013: Franco Ballarini (ITA: Veneto) 4
2011: José Ferreira (POR: Braga) 3
2009: Aleksandr Gorbunov (RUS: Privolzhie) 4
2007: Admir Hanić (BIH: Tuzla Canton); Szymon Jaskułowski (POL: Dolnośląski); Javier Santos (POR: Aveiro) 2
2005: Ivan Todorov (BUL: South-West Sofia) 4
2003: Zoltán Varga (HUN: Szabolcs Gabona Csoport) 6
2001: Gabriel David (CZE: Central Moravia) 5
1999: Alain Borriero (ITA: Veneto); Javier Moreno (ESP: Madrid) 3

Winners

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