Competitions and Results

ANTWERP, 24-26 APRIL 2019

PCU GAMES

Competitions and Results

Six competitions, added with an overall Fair Play competition, are organized in men & women’s Futsal, Volleyball and Basketball. The allotment of the pools is organized on Tuesday 23 April 2019 by the Secretary General of the PCU Committee, Prof. Dr. G. A. Kotchofa. Please note that the match schedules are subject to changes if the participation requires so. The final and official match schedules are presented during the PCU Games Opening Ceremony on 24 April 2019.

 

General Map of PCU Games locations (Pdf)

A list of all 50 participating teams (Pdf)

 

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FUTSAL : Men & Women Competition

Sports Center Het Rooi, Berchemstadionstraat 73, B-2600 Antwerp

Men: 16 teams, 4 pools of 4 teams
Women: 6 teams, 2 pools of 3 teams

 

Sports Center Het Rooi, How to get there (Pdf)

Laws of the Game Futsal (Pdf)

Match Schedules Futsal Men (Pdf)

Match Schedules Futsal Women (Pdf)

Results and Standings after Day 1 : Men / Women (Pdf)

 

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BASKETBALL : Men & Women Competition

Sports Center Plantin Moretus, Plantin Moretuslei 343, B-2140 Antwerp

Men: 6 teams, 2 pools of 3 teams
Women: 6 teams, 2 pools of 3 teams

 

Sports Center Plantin Moretus, How to get there (Pdf)

Laws of the Game Basketball (Pdf)

Match Schedules Basketball Men (Pdf)

Match Schedules Basketball Women  (Pdf)

Results and Standings after Day 1 : Men / Women (Pdf)

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VOLLEYBALL : Men & Women Competition

Sports Center Wilrijkse Pleinen, Vogelzanglaan 6 – B-2020 Antwerp

Men: 6 teams, 2 pools of 3 teams
Women: 10 teams, 2 pools of 5 teams

 

Sports Center Wilrijkse Pleinen, How to get there (Pdf)

Laws of the Game Volleyball (Pdf)

Match Schedules Volleyball Men (Pdf)

Match Schedules Volleyball Women (Pdf)

Results and Standings after Day 1 : Men / Women (Pdf)

 

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OVERALL FAIR PLAY RANKING

After every match the referees award Fair Play points to each team based upon conduct of the delegation and Fair Play on the field. The winner of the Fair Play ranking receives the Enrico Prandi Trophy. The 2018 winner of the Enrico Prandi Trophy is London South Bank University (England).